5 Exciting Events Going Down This Week In S.F.!

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main Sure, the weather right now may be nothing short of, “blah,” and we’re working hard on those resolution goals, but that doesn’t mean we can’t throw in a good time or two. In fact, our lineup makes it all too easy to earn some happy points — those have to exist, right? So, whether you’re looking for a new way to get in some cardio or are lusting after a sartorial showdown, our weekly roundup is the crème de la crème of soirées. Slide down the list below and see why last week is dullsville in comparison.

Master Pop Sculpt Class
Want to get your body toned in time for the soon-to-bloom spring trends that are bound to show some skin? Us, too. That’s why we’re jazzed up and ready to break a sweat at this Wednesday’s Master Pop Sculpt class. And this isn’t your regular everyday workout, either. The founder of Pop Physique, Jennifer Williams, is heading up the workout session, so give it your all!
When: Wednesday, January 23, 8:30 a.m.
Where: Pop Physique, 2424 Polk Street (between Filbert and Union streets); 415-776-4678.
Cost: $20; Buy tickets here!

S.F. Film Redux
If you wind up sleeping in and missing the above workout, we’ve got another way to get your heart racing. Turns out, watching scary movies actually burns calories, and The Bold Italic is bringing the screams at its S.F. Film Redux. The Roxie theatre will be playing So I Married An Axe Murderer, a film featuring familiar city landmarks. Be sure to pay attention for the trivia questions!
When: Wednesday, January 23, 6 p.m
Where: The Roxie, 3117 16th Street (at Valencia Street); 415-863-1087.
Cost: $21; Buy tickets here!

Design Resolutions: Six Principles of Good Design Panel
For those of us who are in a home-décor rut, this design panel will help dig you out. Editors of design magazines, including Dwell, will be there to offer six of their expert tips on how to spiffy up your nest — all for free! Topics such as proper lighting, clutter reduction, and budget will up for discussion, so, really, you’ll have no excuse to wind up on Hoarders!
When: Thursday, January 24, 6 to 8 p.m.
Where: Zinc Details, 1905 Fillmore Street (between Bush and Pine streets); 415-776-2100.

Snow Fashion Show
We all know that nothing looks more chic in the winter than wearing monochrome white. That’s why this year's annual Snow Fashion Show is bound to put our jaws on the floor. Models will be strutting the runway in snow-colored garments stitched together by local designers, such as Cari Borja, Joseph Domingo, and Julie Schindler. And we can get in on the fun, too, as guests are required to don the shade, head to toe!
When: Saturday, January 26, 6 p.m.
Where: Cowden Automotive, 875 Folsom Street (at 5th Street); 415-777-9858.
Cost: $20 to $50; Buy tickets here!

Hair Movie Night
When watching classic black and white films, we can’t help but fawn over the bygone hairstyles that seem impossible to replicate on our own. And this Monday, we wont have to long for the locks alone. Morphic salon, our go-to for twisty braids, is hosting Hair Movie Night, celebrating the iconic tresses of Marilyn Monroe. Guests will get to see the film Some Like It Hot, while munching on popcorn, and slurping down libations. Even luckier guests will win novelty items of the actress in a competitive raffle.
When: Monday, January 28, 6 p.m.
Where: Morphic, 660 Market Street (between 3rd and 2nd streets); 415-789-6682.

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