SF events 11.11 http://planttrees.org/events.php (more complete)
SF events 11.11 http://sffreaks.tribe.net http://sfbay.tribe.net
SF events 11.11 http://www.indybay.org/news/2004/11/1704761.php
SF events 11.11 http://www.craigslist.org search "sf events"
Who is Alberto Gonzales? ( war criminal ) (Bush Attorney Gen'l)
Smoking Gun: election Fraud http://whatreallyhappened.com
Flash Animation: 2000 pRes elect theft:
His message is clear:
# NOV 8-12 Mon-Friday 9am all week long!
Lets get the commuters before they go to their office! Could you spread
the word? Thanks! A WAR CRIMINAL HAS JUST BEEN ELECTED PRESIDENT
POETS, PREACHERS, SOOTHESAYERS THE TIME IS NOW.
LET US GATHER IN FRONT OF CITY HALL
AND READ POETRY IN PROTEST OF THE WAR
BRING YOUR FAVORITE PROTEST POEM, WRITING, SONG
STEPS OF CITY HALL VANNESS/MARKET FRIDAY MORNING 8:00 AM
LAURIE MIMOSA (LJSMIMOSA@YAHOO.COM) art is permitted everywhere
Be a clown Be a clown All the world loves a clown.
# KFC Protest VALENCIA @ 21ST 11/11/04 Thursday, 2:00 pm
# EVERY THURSDAY, 4:30-6:30pm
SUPPORT THE LOCAL 2 WORKERS! JOIN ANSWER ON THE PICKET LINE!
Crowne Plaza Hotel, 480 Sutter St. btwn Stockton & Powell
# 11/11 at 6:30pm in SF: Palestine: The Women's Experience http://indybay.org
Women's Building - Audre Lorde Room 3543 18th St @ Valencia
# Thu Nov 11 Recept 6:30pm - Screen 7:30pm docu on polyamory
in queer women's lives. "Women In Love" FILM ARTS FDN. 145 9th St $10
11/11 at 7pm in SF: Anarchist Library Life and Times of Voltairine de Cleyre
City College SF 50 Phelan Ave Room 259, Cloud Hall http://indybay.org
# Future of Food: Film - Panel - Party Thu Nov 11 7:00pm Film/Panel;
9 pm Party $10 Film presales; $10 Party presales ($15 at the door)
Please join Slow Food and Om Organics for an educational and delicious
evening to promote a sustainable local food supply and organic
There’s a revolution going on in the farm fields and on the dinner
tables of America— revolution that’s being fought behind closed doors
of corporate boardrooms and government agencies over the use of
genetically modified organisms in our food. The Future of Food offers an
in-depth look into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled GMO
products that have quietly filled grocery store shelves over the past
At the historic Castro Theater in San Francisco, Alice Waters will
introduce the screening of the highly-acclaimed film, followed by a
panel discussion and Q&A with filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia; Ignacio
Chapela (Assistant Professor of Ecosystem Sciences at UC Berkeley and
who appears in the film); and Michael Pollan (Knight Professor at the UC
Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, contributing writer to the New
York Times Magazine, and author of The Botany of Desire: A Plant’s Eye
View of the World). Film/panel proceeds benefit Slow Food.
Following the screening, join Om Organics at the after-party to talk
about the film, meet local farmers, sip sumptuous organic beverages, and
taste fresh, organically grown delectables prepared by Sharon Ardiana of
Lime Restaurant and Jamie Lloyd of Besos Foods. There is no charge for
food & drink. Party ticket proceeds benefit Om Organics programs in the
Bay Area. TICKETS and MORE INFO: www.OmOrganics.org FILM & PANEL:
7pm Castro Theater, 429 Castro Tickets $10/presales
PARTY: 9pm Lime Restaurant, 2247 Market Street, San Francisco
Tickets $10/presales (these will sell out!)
(A very limited number of tickets will be available at the door for
$15.) firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.OmOrganics.org
# fREE BioDiesel Workshop Thurs 11/11 Thu Nov 11 7PM FREE forum
all of your questions answered... Biodiesel 101 - A Clean, Homegrown,
Alternative Fuel Join us for a panel discussion Topics include:
* What you need to get started using biodiesel
* Differences between bio and petrodiesels
* Where to buy it, or where to learn how to make it
* Sustainable and community-scale biodiesel production
* Cooperatives, upcoming events, biodiesel activism, and other
community projects http://www.ecologycenter.org
Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo @ Dwight Berkeley
# Thu. Nov. 11 7:30 pm Mosquitoes & Human Health - SF
San Francisco Naturalist Society general meeting.
Angela Rory, of the San Mateo County Mosquito Abatment District will
discuss insects as disease vectors, with particular emphasis on the
new threat of West Nile Virus. Randall Museum, 199 Museum way, SF
# The Plasticene Discontinuity Thu Nov 11 - Sat Dec 27 9a-4pm free
closed Sunday/Monday Bay Model Visitor Ctr 2100 Bridgeway Sausalito
(415) 332-3871 email@example.com http://laughingsquid.org
# Health and Environmental Justice Invites You to a Brown Bag Lunch
Presentation By Environmental Justice Leaders from the Navajo Nation
Lori Goodman and Anna Frazier from Dine CARE (Citizens Against Ruining Our
Environment) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2004 NOON Greenaction, One
Hallidie Plaza, Suite 760, SF Powell/BART/5th/Market above Ritz Camera
# Fri Nov 12, opening night for "GO FURTHER!" starring Woody Harrelson
1 - how bout 5:30pm dinner at
2 - then get there at 7pm for the 7:30pm show at
Opera Plaza. Can someone get there earlier to line up?
I'll check if they have discounts if you buy 10 ticket vouchers.
pls RSVP if you plan to attend event #1 or #2. If you are a maybe, please RSVP before Friday Nov 12, before 4pm
I am planning to do a movie night to support Woody.
Woody said he hasn't made a movie in 5 years AND on Nov 5, he has TWO movies out on the SAME day. The other movie is AFter the Sunset , which costs $40 million and Go Further Costs to produce $40! (of course he's exaggerating)
more info, soon, please spread the word
If they are bicyclists, tell them it's about a 1000 mile bicycle tour down the coast.
If they are an environmentalist, tell them it's an environmental movie!
If they like comedy, tell them it's a semi-comedy movie with a few good laughs.
Living Foods: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SFLivingFoods/
due to my high amount of emails, I am unable to answer everyone's emails on vegetarian questions.
# Moving Mountains by Kicking Rocks Fri Nov 12 6-8p Free
1007 Market @ 6th) http://www.luggagestoregallery.org squidlist
# Evening with International Water Frontliners Fri nov. 12 6-8pm $10
Public Citizen invites you to an evening of celebration and solidarity
evening will honor water organizers from Bolivia, Ghana, Guam,
Detroit and California who will share stories of their struggles for
clean and affordable water.
There will be a short discussion session, followed by a reception with
delicious African food and music. Honored Guests
• Mawuli Dake
Member of the Ghana National Coalition Against Privatization of Water
• Marcela Olivera*
Key international liaison for the Coordinadora de Defensa del Agua y
la vida, leaders of the
Cochabamba water revolt
• Sabina Perez
Organizer against the privatization of water in Guam
• Maureen Taylor*
Director of the Michigan Welfare Rights Coalition
• Paola Ramos*
Representative from the Environmental Justice Coalition for Water
Public Policy Conference. See http://www.arc.org
American Baptist Seminary Hall 2606 Dwight Way in Berkeley ,
opposite People's Park, Berkeley Maawuli@yahoo.com 510-666-0888
# Prospects of Human Life Extension Fri Nov 12 7pm coffee, 8pm talk
Free! ($10 donation welcome) Seminar About Long-term Thinking,
speaker is MICHAEL WEST, founder of Geron, founder and CEO of
Advanced Cell Tech , leading researcher in age-related degenerative
disease and embryonic stem cells. Fort Mason Center Marina/Buchanan
SF http://www.fortmason.org firstname.lastname@example.org 415 561 6581
# Fri, Nov 12 7:00 pm Earth First! Attorneys on activism $5
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists 1924 Cedar St (at Bonita)
Radical attorneys representing Judi Bari & Darryl Cherney, who were
victorious in a $4.5 million lawsuit against the FBI and Oakland Police.
# 11/12 8p California Anarchist Prisoner Solidarity benefit punk show
924 gilman street berkeley http://indybay.org
# Get on the Bus: Go See "Go Further" this Fri Nov12 10PM
Act I & II and Landmark Theater in Berkeley and in S.F. at
SF Bay Area More Info: http://www.gofurtherthemovie.com
Woody Harrelson's movie /website http://www.voiceyourself.org
# http://www.secretgardensf.com November Secret Garden
Fri Nov 12th 6:30pm-10:30pm Sat Nov 13th 11am-5pm
# Sat Nov 13 Noon-4pm FREE Grand Opening Party!
2564 4th ST @ Dwight in Berkeley http://biofueloasis.com
# Fri Nov 12 8-10pm Alcyone @ http://bambuddhalounge.com
(@ Phoenix Hotel), SF. Free! 601 Eddy @ Larkin Bar. Tasty menu.
Outdoors if it's fine, indoors if its not. percussion by Jason "Drumfire"
# NOV 12-13-14 National/International conference on the gift economy
Clark County Library 1401 East Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, Nevada
$50 reg. Scholarships avail http://www.GiftEconomyConference.com
# Fri Nov 12+Sat Nov 13 Secret Garden: Celebration of Women in Art
$2 Fri 6:30 -10:30 p.m. Sat 11a-5p http://www.secretgardensf.com
# Fri Nov 12 Billion Bunny Bar HOP! We'll start at Harvey's at 8pm
18th St. and Castro St.), 9pm, we leave Harvey's for our next dest
hour at each bar, No Bunny Left Behind policy requires us to help find
any bunny's who may be a little late. To locate us after 9pm, call the
Safety Bunny Phone at (510)282.3699/(510)Cub.Foxy (or) the Bouncy
Bunny Phone: (415)699.4356
In the spirit of diversity, we are also inviting all other bunny
friendly critters. But please, just remember the bunnies are your
friends and not some tasty bar snack.
# Dopamine Friday, Nov 12 10 PM - 6 AM
DJ Seven (low-rise recordings, http://www.djseven.com
Jonathan Perel (dopamine) Paul Hamadeh (dopamine)
Thomas B (FnF, http://www.konvoy.org Techno, Breaks, House, Prog
Shadow Lounge: 299 9th and Folsom free before midnight / $10 after
If you haven't been to the shadow lounge recently, they have remodeled,
moving the bar to the side of room, opening up the dance floor, while
keeping the couches and booths in place. There is a solid little sound
system and the overall vibe is of a small nightclub and intimate
# Funky Puppet Supper 4: The Devil Take Them! Fri, Nov 5 - Sat, Nov 13
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm $20
A commedia dell'arte cabaret performance with a three-course dinner,
puppets, and more,
Funky Puppet Supper announces its fourth production, The Devil Take
- The Funky Puppet Players (commedia, pupetry, and bufoonery)
- Fou Fou Ha (dancing madness)
- Kerri Krinsinski (on the ropes)
- pirate chef Justine Werfelman
- special guests (puppetry, performance, and circus)
Thur., Nov. 11 (pay what you can brown bag night) Fri 12 Sat 13
Puppet crafting/appetizers at 6:30 PM (BYO puppet if you have one)
Food and show at 8 PM CELLspace.org 2050 Bryant @ 18th
# Sat Nov 13 NOON 24th @ Mission. Liberate Palestine, Liberate Fallujah!
Stand with the targeted. Anti War Rally bring everyone you know.
# Sat. Nov. 13, 12noon TARGETS OF EMPIRE PROTEST
24th & Mission St. at 24th St BART
Stand in solidarity with all the targets of the empire
from disenfranchised youth in U.S. inner cities to Palestinians
resisting Israeli occupation. time is now to continue the fight against wars abroad and
oppression here at home. People will find themselves struggling to get
by because of the actions and inactions of the U.S. government. As people
in Palestine and Iraq are killed by U.S. made and funded bombs and bullets,
the people of Haiti will be kept from having a democratically elected
government, and prevented from trying otherwise. As the U.S. continues
to wreak havoc in Afghanistan and threaten countries around the globe,
people here at home will struggle for housing, health care, education and jobs.
# Erotic Health Day-Support local sex workers!
Saturday November 13th is Erotic Health Day. Ten percent of proceeds
from SF's adult clubs and entertainers will be voluntarily donated to
help St. James Infirmary continue to assist all erotic performers
improve their health and finacial future. Come out and support your
local strippers, dancers and entertainers and support the nations first
and only free medical clinic serving the erotic arts industry and sex
workers with primary care. For more info check out
http://www.erotichealthsf.com or http://www.saintjamesinfirmary.org
# Nov 13 LAPTOPS for IRAQ soldiers
# 11/13: VeloSwap Bicycle Swap & Show
VeloSwap, the world's largest bicycle swap meet and show, Sat. Nov.
13th at the Cow Palace. Sell, swap, see, show and buy bikes, parts, and
accessories. Sales and exhibit space available to individuals, clubs,
teams, retailers, and suppliers. Open to the public, tickets are $6 at
Bay Area bicycle stores including REI, Performance, City Cycle,
American Cyclery, Cyclepath-Hayward, Supergo, and Sports Basement.
Tickets online at San Francisco Bicycle Coalition "IF YOU'RE INTO
BIKES,YOU'VE GOT TO BE AT VELOSWAP!" Click for VeloSwap Info or call
800.811.4210 x222 http://www.craigslist.org/eve/43097388.html
# Sat Nov. 13 10a-2p exciting workshop with bio-acoustician Michael
Stocker (Science Advisor to Seaflow) and evolutionary biologist Healy
Hamilton, Ph.D. (Research Associate, Dept. of Ornithology & Mammalogy,
California Academy of Sciences $24/ notaflof
at Seaflow’s office, Bldg. 1062 Ft. Cronkhite Sausalito,
Our presenters will explore the many fascinating ways animals have
adapted to perceive and communicate within their environments,
with a focus on ocean animals, particularly the sound communication
of whales and dolphins. http://www.seaflow.org
# Animal Law Panel @ Shaking the Foundations Conference
Sat Nov 13 11:10 AM - 12:40 PM
Stanford Law School, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA
More details and registration: http://shaking.stanford.edu
# 11/13: Chicken Run screening (berkeley) Sat Nov 13
7 p.m. Film: Chicken Run. FREE TO THE PUBLIC Long Haul Infoshop
Bike-riding cartoon chickens liberate themselves from oppression! Bring
kids and adults. radical community center at 3124 Shattuck, two
blocks east of the Ashby BART. (510)540-0751
# 11/13: 7:30pmSecret History of the Witches Oakland
Feminist Historian & Independent scholar Max Dashu founded the
Suppressed Histories Archives in 1970, back in the days when Women's
Studies departments had not yet come into being. Since then, she has
photographed over 10,000 slides and created 80 slideshows on
international women's history, including Women in Power, Witch Hunts,
Racism, Goddesses, and Priestesses. Max has done extensive
interdisciplinary research on the European witch hunts and folk
traditions about witches. She is also an artist who publishes prints
and notecards highlighting powerful women (which are available at
Chnage Makers). Visit her website for more information
http://www.suppressedhistories.net $5-20 Sliding Scale
Change Makers Books & Gifts for Women 6536 Telegraph Oakland
4 blocks south of Ashby, on the corner of 66th and Telegraph
# Sat, Nov 13, 2004 2:00 pm - 11:00 pm 22/30
The Second Annual We The Planet Music and Activism Festival
The Henry J. Kaiser Center 10 Tenth Street Oakland
Workshops (2:00PM - 6:00PM), Concert (7:00PM - 11:00)PM
# Vendela Vida, Wendy-O Matik, Annalee Newitz Writers With Drinks
$3 Sat Nov 13 7:30p 3225 22nd@ Mission http://makeoutroom.com
# Estrogenesis: the first major showcase featuring women who produce,
arrange and perform electronic music. Featuring a variety of different
genres of electronica in two rooms of audio and visuals.
Software raffle $2 a ticket for Ableton, Propellerhead and Native
Instruments software. 9:00pm-4:00am $10
Sat. Nov 13 @ The Blue Cube 34 Mason St. Between Turk and Eddy
Featuring all live perf DJ Polywog and the Tadpoles DJ Amber
Featuring C-flava on Djembe Lila's Medicine Rena Jones Jagit Chada on Tabla and Negmedden Shaheen on percussion
Artemis & RTFM Divasonic & Safar Suspect Seen
Featuring Sariah Storm Blevin Blectum
Featuring the visual talents of Siouxzen, aggiflex, temptnt & Spiraling
Eye Productions. Hosted by Audio Angel (Sister SF).
Paintings By IKAMYO, dance perf Future Trybe and more TBA
Blue Cube offers a small menu of fine world fusion finger foods and
alcoholic beverages. http://www.digitalblissproductions.com
THE POT BELLIED PARTY SAT NOV 13 Shortbus Atom Weaver
Andy W Praxis Rexual Healing Arson (510 Junglists)
510.832.3287 5 dollars / All night / East bay
# Vegan Organic Potluck, Palo Alto, CA Nov 14
http://www.infinitelove.info/event.htm 10am Bay Leaf Café
520 Ramona Palo Alto, CA 94301 RSVP LoriLib@Yahoo.com
# FREE SOUND HEALING AND TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE Sun Nov 14
Sound Healers and Inventors on the Cutting Edge of creating new technologies and techniques for Healing and Expanding Consciousness.
This free day-long Industry Conference, consisting of workshop presentations and a panel of experts, includes cutting-edge, innovative Sound Healers and Technological Wizards. Join leaders in the Sound Healing industry, as they bridge higher, intuitive levels of experience and knowledge with emerging techniques and technologies, promoting clear methodology and tools that measure results. 12-12:30 - Musical Invocation with Harpist Joel Andrews
12:30 - 2:30 Panel Discussion
2:45 - 3:45 Workshop/ Presentation - Don Estes
4:00 - 5:00 Workshop/ Presentation - Patrick Flanagan
5:00 - 7:00 Experience the Presenter's Technology
739 Bryant @ 5th & 6th St SF (650) 324-0464 (800) 9000-MIX
# Sun Nov 14 12:30-3:30pm Fungus Fighters Rinconada Park Palo Alto
We will be working to clear ivy away from some young oaks and mature
sycamores next to the Girl Scout house. Appropriately, we have a girl
scout troop who will be working with us. http://canopy.org
# Sun Nov 14 1pm JASMINA L.VUJIC, Ph.D. (rescheduled) presents
"Nikola Tesla: The Genius Who Lit The World".
An printable pdf description of our Fall 2004 meetings is available at:
# SF Tesla Society Presents a free presentation by Jasmina Vujic, Ph.D.
"Nikola Tesla: The Genius Who Lit The World" Sun Nov 14 1 - 5 p.m.
at Round Table Pizza 2nd Floor 5160 Geary Blvd. (at 16th Ave.) SF
Dr. Vujic is an Associate Professor of Nuclear Engineering at U. C. Berkeley
where she co-taught a recent Freshman Seminar focusing on Nikola Tesla's
amazing scientific accomplishments. She received her Ph.D. in 1990 and MS in
1987 in Nuclear Science from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She
received an MS in Engineering Physics in 1984 and a BSEE in Electrical &
Nuclear Engineering in 1977 from the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
Dr. Vujic is also a board member of the Tesla Memorial Society of New York.
She will share with us some fascinating details about Nikola Tesla; his life
and his science.
Basic biographical information about Nikola Tesla is available at:
Parking is available on the street or for $ 2 per hour in the garage nearby
behind ROSS Dept. Store. http://www.sftesla.org and
# Pratap Chatterjee discussing "Iraq, Inc." Sun Nov 14 2pm Free.
Join Pratap Chatterjee of CorpWatch, who will be at two local bookstores
in early November, discussing his brand new book, "Iraq, Inc." Bringing
together a critical mass of evidence from major media sources together
with an on-the-ground account of the Iraq occupation business,
Chatterjee presents the most complete-to-date account of the exploits of
private contractors hired to reconstruct and run Iraq.
"Iraq, Inc. is essential reading for anyone who wants to know what has
really gone wrong in Iraq." -Naomi Klein, author No Logo, columnist The
"Iraq, Inc., is the ultimate primer of how modern U.S. invasion and
occupation for profit is being waged. You won't learn any of this on the
evening news." -Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!
Pratap Chatterjee is an award-winning journalist and program director
Bay area-based nonprofit Corpwatch. Modern Times Bookstore
888 Valencia @19th/20th St http://www.mtbs.com/
email@example.com 510-271-8080, ext. 1 http://corpwatch.org
# Refa One Art Reception Sun Nov 14 6-9pm Free
Good Vibrations 2504 San Pablo Berkeley http://goodvibes.com
# Tingle Tangle Dixiestomp Masquerade Sun Nov 14 9pm till the wheels
come off $5-$7, cheapest with a mask Amnesia 853 Valencia @ 20th
# grand opening of "Irth Cafe" Nov 15 Hayward Raw & Veg Cuisine!
http://WWW.IRTHCAFE.COM 855 B ST Organic-Kosher Certified
# Media Technology and Democracy Post-Election 2004:
Where Do We Go from Here? Mon Nov 15 7- 9 pm New College Cultural
Center, 766 Valencia @ 19th http://newcollege.edu
# Mon Nov 15 Sunset Promotions Presents: CC's Acoustic Underground
Showcase (CAUSE) http://www.CAUSE-music.com John Ellis Band & Mokai
Elbo Room 647 Valencia, 8:00PM til 12:30 AM $7 sunsettickets.com
# Nov 18 Dec 16 3rd Thur PlanetWork.net Mcbean 7pm?
# Expo for the Artist & Musician Presents: Thursday Night D.I.Y.
Thu Nov 18 7-11:00 pm CELLspace, 2050 Bryant @18th $5
7:15-8:15 pm -- "Get Your Music to the Masses"
7:15-8:15 pm -- "Documentary Filmmaking 101"
8:30-9:30 pm -- Working Artists in Conversation
9:45-close: Short film screening and mixer, featuring:
# AFTERMATH Thu Nov. 18th at 111 Minna Dance out your frustration.
Voice yourself in community forum open mic.
Dancing hard between 8pm and 2am to your favorite DJxs
Speaking your mind on the mic between 10:30 and midnight
# Sat Nov 20 3-5p Project Leader Training Palo Alto http://canopy.org
A great opportunity for you to expand your skills, learn new
information, and give back to the community all at the same time! Local
ISA certified arborist Kevin Raftery will be leading a Planting Leader
and Fungus Fighters Training. Volunteers will learn the correct way to
plant trees, work with other volunteers, and the correct techniques for
removing ivy and root crown excavations. You will be given the tools
you need to lead small groups of volunteers during future volunteer
events. You'll also get a hands-on opportunity to polish these new
skills. Plus you'll get a free t-shirt! In return for this training,
Canopy asks that you put your knowledge to work at three tree planting
or Fungus Fighters events during upcoming year. You must be at least 16
years old to attend the training.
# Sat. Nov. 20 7 pm Axis Mundi @ Eden Tantra Kabaret - SF
Five Environments'. Main Stage' Marketplace Sensations Buddha Love
Bar Altar Room
Libations, Ritual, Body & Energy Work, Vendors, Goddesses, Blindfolds,
Scarves, SnakeCharmers, Temple Dancers, Art, Films & Live Music!....
SHESUS THRICE, Sangita Moskow & Axis Mundi - Sonic Shamanic Trance
Come prepared to TRANCE DANCE & MEDITATE
Experience the Ecstasy of the Vedic Cave Rituals of ancient India!
AXIS MUNDI's powerful devotional Chant revives the timeless ritual of
Shakti-Shiva's Dance... the Spontaneously Arising Ecstatic Agony of
Endless Bliss born at the dawn of Consciousness. Join us for Trance
Dancing & Dynamic Whole Body Meditation as we journey through the
mystical dimensions of Coherent Emotion & Primal Yearning.
111 Townsend @ 2nd & 3rd $25 Single...$40 Couples
7 pm to 1 am Live Music begins at 10 pm
# Sat Nov 20 7:30-10pm Valencia Street Songwriter Showcase $10
At this acoustic showcase, Trevor Levine, Austin Willacy, and other hot
local singer songwriters will unveil their hearts and souls. You'll be
touched by song lyrics about love, fear, and courage. then roused by
delicious social commentary. Since the songwriters will perform in a "round
robin" fashion, passing the microphone from song to song, you'll enjoy a
healthy mix of toe-tapping numbers, soulful ballads, and comical sing-
alongs. SpiralMuse Home of Well Being, 3387 22nd St @ Guerrero
# PLANET SOL 11.20.04 8pm-4:30am $15 3 rooms of sound!
8:00pm Doors Open 8:00-9:30pm Open Bar 11:30pm Doors Close
Midnight "The Birth of Planet Sol" 4:30am Afterburn with Laird & Friends
(((Costumes for space travel ))) http://www.solsystem.org/planetsol
Freddy Clarke Indra Fire Hoop Hoopaliscious UV99 Greg Kalamar
JK sound Visuals by Spotworks http://.spotworks.com
Adnan Alcyone with Drumfire Donna Matrix Dragn'fly Kramer
Michele Bass MVP Ooah the Turntablist Rawkshow Sunder Dr. Gyrate
# Sat Nov. 20 In Celebration of the opening of the Blue Cube,
Tantra **Surround** presents: IN THE LAB Dimitri D.K.N.
Deeper in Zen Penta Saturnia IN THE CUBE Waterjuice KJ (Tantra)
Liam Shy Tandava Sound by KV2 Audio http://kv2audio.com
Digital Surround Sound Processing by TiMax
Gourmet vegetarian foods plus full bar
All new Psychedelic Art by Dreamtime Designs
$20 at the door or onlinehttp://www.tantrasf.com 10pm-6am, 18+
The Blue Cube 34 Mason @ Market San Francisco 415-820-3201
# Sat Nov 20 Scorpio Ball!!!!! xTHE ORIENT EXPRESS x 10p Mighty Gallery
119 Utah @ 15th, SF $15 pre $20 Door Costumes & Sensual Attire
Cheb i Sabbah Lorin Chris Sia Random Rab Neptune Moondoggy CB
Aphrodesia Balinese Monkey Chanting
Korean Drum Dancing Arabesque Dance Troupe Fashion Show Nomadia
The Little Tokyo Sushi & Sake Lounge!! http://bonsterproductions.com
# Sun Nov 21st - SpiralMuse Workday Partay 10am - 4pm
Marcella Eversole ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
SpiralMuse Home of Well Being, 3387 22nd St @ Guerrero
# Vegan potluck grattitude feast "Show Off Your Holiday Food"
Vegetarian Education Group of Marin hosts a holiday potluck on
Sun Nov 21 6-8:30p La Plaza Conference Room
4340 Redwood Highway, San Rafael
cost: a dish to share, plus $4 or $3 with a can for the food bank
contact: Patti Breitman 415-459-1666
# Special benefit screening for the SF Bay Area Independent Media Center
http://www.indybay.org *ABOUT BAGHDAD* Sun Nov 21 7:30 p $5
@ Station 40 3030b 16th St (& Mission), directly across from BART
In July 2003 Sinan Antoon, an exiled Iraqi writer and poet, returned to
Baghdad to see what has become of his city after wars, sanctions,
decades of oppression and violence, and now occupation. Antoon takes
journey exploring what Iraqis think and feel about the post-war situation
and the complex relationship between the US and Iraq.
About Baghdad is a journey into the hearts and minds of the hundreds of
Iraqis we encountered in Baghdad. In the simmering heat of Baghdad’s
summer, Iraqis, of various ethnic and political backgrounds and
orientations, speak of past horrors and present fears.
Reflections on the traumatic legacy of dictatorship, sanctions and war,
also reflect resilience and humanity of a people who were, for decades,
dehumanized and disappeared behind Saddam’s image. From poets to
politicians, cabbies to communists, a retired senior citizen to an
American soldier at Bremmer’s HQ, "About Baghdad" navigates the dire,
and oft misunderstood and misrepresented, straits separating, yet
involving, both Iraqis and Americans.
Amy Goodman interviews the filmmakers:
Review from the Daily Star:
### Fri Nov 26 2004 BUY NOTHING DAY http://adbusters.org
# Dear Animal Companions, Guardians, Lovers, Liberators & Vigilers:
DAY OF THE DOG Dec 1 Wed Noon, at UCSF through December 7th.
513 Parnassus Ave 415-751-3756 or e-mail email@example.com
protest to spare about 800 dogs and puppies from some very cruel
and bizarre experiments at UCSF. We have a very unusual event
planned and you do not want to miss it! Bring your dogs! Your friends!
Your kids! Your pom poms! Just be sure to come and take a stand for
the dogs! We've hot chocolate and soy chai and that’s just the beginning
# 12.2 1st Thu Art Receptions 49 Geary @ Market 5:30-7:30 FREE
# Paintings by Local Artists at Matt Gonzalez's office Fri Nov 5 5-8pm
Free San Francisco City Hall Van Ness and Grove, room 282
# Sat Dec 4th 7.30pm Kali's Angels @ Open Secret, San Rafael. Suzanne's
sensational all-girl acoustic trio brings you "High songs and hot tea
with loved ones". More info http://www.kalisangels.com
# Santarchy Tokyo 2004 Sat Dec 25 12:00 noon FREE Meet at the statue
of Hachiko the Faithful Dog at Shibuya Station at 1200 NOON.
# Fri Dec 31st Alcyone @ Anon Salon's "Sea of Dreams 05", Park Plaza
Hotel, LA. (To Be Confirmed!) Anon Salon hosting 2 fantastic, legendary
NYE events simultaneously; one at the Regency in SF and the other in LA!
# Jan 20 Fraudulent inauguration of war criminal GW Bush GENERAL STRIKE
Also Massive National Protests: http://indymedia.org
# Mar 19,20 Anniv of 2003 bombing of IRAQ - GENERAL STRIKE
Massive Global Protests: http://sf.indymedia.org http://protest.net
# NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION - INCOME TAX IS VOLUNTARY
Do not feed the machine April 15th. GENERAL STRIKE
Northern California War Tax Resistance announce list. (510) 843-9877
Infor/support for conscientious war tax resisters in the SF Bay Area.
PATRIOT ACT is NULL and VOID
Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID. Marburry v. Madison -1803