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Do you like sports? Did you enjoy watching the Miami Heat lose? Do you have no idea what I’m talking about but enjoy FREE food and drinks? Then San Francisco Professional Career Network‘s social tonight at the Potrero Hill Sports Basement is for you!

Sports Basement is offering FREE beer, wine, pop, water, and food, FREE follow-up classes (including self-defense), and 20% off sports equipment you buy at this MeetUp. The trade-off? You have to listen to speakers talk “about a sports activity that can put balance back into your life,” and “what you need to know to get a pleasurable sports activity into your life.” I’m not sure what they mean by “sports” here, but keep your wits about you, and don’t sign any legal documents, especially ones that commit you to a cult of mysterious “sports.”

SFPCN’s “Stay in Balance with Sports: Learn How While Socializing” at Sports Basement
1590 Bryant St. at Alameda [Potrero Hill]
Tuesday, June 14, 5-8pm
FREE with RSVP

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Sarah M. Smart - Red-Light Special

Sarah M. Smart was summoned into being on a distant ice cream planet
through an unholy union of Two-Buck Chuck and unicorns. They sent her to Indianapolis and then the University of Missouri's School of Journalism
to spread peace and big hair. Perpetually in mourning for the comma, she
has worked for a variety of print media, including Indianapolis
Monthly
, Global Journalist, and Vox. Since moving
to San Francisco for the booming dumpster-diving scene, she has been an
online operative for such fine folks as Horoscope.com , Neo-Factory, and
Academy of Art University. After a day of cat-feeding, hat-making,
dog-walking, vegan baking, and daydreaming about marrying rich, all she
wants is a margarita as big as her face.