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Urban Remedy Pops Up; Project Open Hand Screening

Juice pop-ups, food advocacy films, and more events to check out.

SOMA—If you can resist the waft of fried chicken from Little Skillet, juice and raw-food company Urban Remedy has set up a cart right next door at 330 Ritch, serving juice, almond milk, meal-replacement shakes, kale chips, and brownie brittle. They're around Monday-Friday, 8 am-3:30 pm. [EaterWire]

CIVIC CENTER—Help out Project Open Hand by grabbing a ticket to a screening of hunger documentary A Place at the Table, to be held tomorrow night at the Opera Plaza Cinemas. The film will be followed by a panel discussion on food insecurity and nutrition issues in the Bay Area. [EaterWire]

MISSIONForeign Cinema is turning 15 this month, and they're celebrating Mission-style with a grown-up quinceañera on Thursday night. Trannyshack's Heklina will MC a drag queen-filled show, while a whole roasted suckling pig, handmade tortillas, taco station, ceviche bar, and cocktails will be served. Tickets are $100, with proceeds supporting LGBTQ youth organizations. [EaterWire]

MISSION/FOREST HILL—Feel like tackling a new cooking project? There are two classes this weekend worth checking out: Luke's Local is teaming up with Mariquita Farm to teach canning (with plenty of tomatoes and peppers to take home), while Arab baking expert Reem Assil is kicking off a six-part series on bread, pastries, baklava, and more at the Arab Cultural and Community Center. [EaterWire]

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