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SF events 4.27
SF events 4.27
SF events 4.27

If you're familiar with Illustrator CS and want to help me draw new PLANT TREES cards...

I have propane tank. need heat element to print new PLANT TREES shirts;
to cure my oil based ink. Or if someone has water based ink or printshop.

Burningman supplies avail in Menlo Park:

new movie spanks Dick Cheney

CNET's free music: Web site
# 4/25-05/02 @ CELL Expo for the Artist & Musician

# Tue, Apr 27 7-9pm Biodiesel & Sustainability: a panel discussion
BioFuel Oasis 2465 4th St @ Dwight Berkeley

# Comedy Improv: Resident Gene Steele scene work, mime, character 
creation and just letting go and embracing your inner clown. 
4/27 Tuesdays 6:30-8pm IKHQ- 136 Taylor @ Turk/Eddy $5  

# TOAST IN ARIZONA, APRIL 28 - MAY 2 Arizona Regional Burn!  
Come out to Witch Well Arizona at "Area 51" and Burn Toast.  
 artists, musicians, performers, participants.  
 To participate as greeters, rangers, lamplighters,earth guardians 

# Meeting with Maria Luisa Mendonça and Marcelo Resende 
members of Rede Social, the World Social Forum, 50 Years is Enough , and the Land Research Wed, Apr 28, 2004   6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
 	Room 6 New College 777 Valencia @ 19th

# Dear Road Scholars,   Social Frontiersmen/women, 
    and sun worshipping earth defenders,
 Brion Livingston's LUCID ACTING: The building of the bridge  between 
dreams and waking conscioussness, to build the singularity of the Lucid mind
 WHO:Brian, an actor/director/playwright earned his BA in theater at 
SF State University.  He has directed, acted and taught theater 
here in the Bay Area for the last five years. He is  member of MFC and 
our greater family of cultural creatives.
 WHAT:In this class Brian will share his visions of theatrical possiblity. 
The foundations of his brand of theater are rooted in Method acting, 
Viewpoints Training inspired by Anne Bogart collaborative ensemble
investigations of material.  The exercises he has to share are geared
towards a deep integration of body/mind/spirit allowing the performer 
to work quickly and precisely in rehearsal and performance.  Our focus 
will be on how to develop material for performance. Be assured this 
class should not be missed.  We will be nurturing our ability to build 
together, taking responsibility for dynamic and inventive moments in
performance and creating a common vocabulary from which to explore and
generate new material.
 Please feel welcome even if you have no experience in theatre, this is 
a great introduction.      672 S.Van Ness @ 16th  in the lower Mission 
 Wed April 28 6:30 to 9:30 pm  Please arrive on time.
 $15 to $25 none turned away!!!  JUST SHOW UP!!!!!
 May 5th - ERIKA SHUCH - Composition of the Poetic from 
the mundane - weaving movement, text music and imagery.
 May 12th - HEIDI FINSER - Eurythmy as NeuroLinguistic healing - 
 Taking Rudolf Steiner's powerful technique of union with the word and 
the   body into the sphere of transformational healing
 May 19th - JIM SANTI OWEN - Returns with more math to soul to music.
     The anatomizing of rythym.
 May 26th - BRENTON CHANG - Foundations of Contact - The language of 
    physical sciences experienced with heart opening    
  June 2nd - LISA MEKIS  - returns with a deepening investigation of 
  Community and the Permaculture Model.
  June 9th - KATE MAEMBE - The Songs of the BANTU Tribe of Africa
 June 30th - ALLI STARR - Activism superstar and world bridger Alli 
 Starr  teaches 
  "Pro-justice/Anti-oppression Workshop for Change Makers"               
# Daniel Ellsberg
 Wed Apr 28, the Oakland Public Library sponsors "An Evening with Daniel Ellsberg," at which the author discusses and signs copies of his book Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers. 7 p.m., Oakland Museum 1000 Oak, Oakl. Free 

# April 28: Books Not Bars statewide candlelight vigil: 7 pm
Frank Ogawa Plaza 14th and Broadway, Downtown Oakland

# 4/28: Oil, Power and Empire -- a talk with Larry Everest  7:30 pm
 First United Meth Church 9 Ross Valley Drive (corner 4th St.), San Rafael
 Oil, Power & Empire: Iraq and the US Global Agenda history of US intervention against Iraq and the devastating consequences for the people and the region. He shows the ways in which war today is a continuation of that history but also a radical leap to more direct military control of Iraq and other countries around the world. And he offers us hope that we can be of use in this time of crisis. Suggested Donation: $5 

#  volunteer plug-in meeting and action spokescouncil 
 Wed Apr 28 at 8pm, 2940 16th @ Capp.    ( see 4/30 ) for:
Days Of Mourning And Resistance Against the U.S. Occupation of Iraq

 Urgent call to protest Alan Dershowitz: Thu Apr 29 Rally at 5:30 PM
Dershowitz speaks at 7:30 PM @ Zellerbach Hall

New York Times Best Seller, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy
 - how the Bush family is fixing the election of 2004,
- the State Department's secret "Iraq Strategy" document - that lays 
bare the true reasons our troops are still putting their lives on the line
- the real story behind the War on Terror, the "Third Ring," and the 
billion-dollar bonanza plan called Homeland Security.
Wed Apr 28, 7PM Cooperage at Sonoma State Univ 
1801 East Cotati Ave  Rohnert Park,
Thu Apr 29, 7PM Berkeley Fellowship of Unit Univ Cedar and Bonita

# 4/29: America's War on the Black Community 7 to 9pm
Temescal Library Community Room, 5205 Telegraph Ave, Oakland
# Ongoing 5 Rhythms Dance Class with Lucia Rose "sweat our prayers." 
  Thursdays 7-9pm  IKHQ $10 Followed by: Spin Jam! evening of commun
movement exploration. Come play with us! Wonderful people, lots space
groovin' beats. Now in its 5th year! Thu 9-12:30pm IKHQ $5 136 Taylor

# SF Political Trivia Contest Thu Apr 29 8-10pm
 Registration as a Permanent Absentee Voter
 Come to SF's first Political Trivia Contest.  First round is from 8-9
p.m. and includes categories of For Channel 26 Junkies, Only in SF, and
LGBT and Diversity Facts.  MCs include School Board Member Mark
Sanchez, Reporter Savannah Blackwell and Housing Activist Tommi Mecca.
 Second round is from 9:15 to 10 p.m. and includes categories Good Luck
in Finding a Cheap Apartment, Famous San Franciscans and Do You Know
Your Supervisor?  MCs for the second round include Supervisor Matt
Gonzalez, Supervisor Chris Daly and Housing Activist Calvin Welch.
 Cover charge is registration as a permanent absentee voter.  Each
round's winning team of two to ten will receive a free beer and the
overall winning team gets a better-than-cash-value prize.
 Dylan's 19th and Folsom

# 4/29: ZAPATISTA! 8PM $8 A.T.A. 992 Valencia @21st
ZAPATISTA! 56 min A film from the front lines of the civil war in Mexico.
 proceeded by: -BURMA BEHIND BARS 30 min. 

# SFLR vs. FCC: Round 1 Apr 30 9am Federal Building, 19th Floor: 
Courtroom 10

#  Days Of Mourning And Resistance Against the U.S. Occupation of Iraq
 Gathering points on Friday, April 30 
 8:30am gather at justin herman plaza embarcadero BART, SF
 1:00pm reconverge at union square, SF perf & art against empire
 4:30pm main street march, burlingame caltrain
 6:00pm critical mass, justin herman plaza 
 volunteer plug-in meeting and action spokescouncil 
 Wed Apr 28 at 8pm, 2940 16th @ Capp.

# 4/30: March Through Main Street anti-war action 
Meet at the Burlingame Train Depot 290 CALIFORNIA DR  BURLINGAME, CA
# Fri Apr 30 5:30 pm Justin Herman Plaza 
Market @ Embarcadero Last Friday of every Month. Bring Bike, helmet, lights.

# 911  Meeting APR 30, FRI 7 PM 530 Lake Park Ave 
Grand Lake Community Center, a few doors from the Grand Theater. 
From Hwy 580 South, take the Grand Ave exit.
Proceed straight ahead to Lakeshore Ave. Left, under the freeway.
Immediate left again into Lake Park Avenue.  Parking is available under
freeway.  [All short distances here] From Hwy 580 north, take the Grand
Ave exit and proceed straight ahead to 530 Lake Park Avenue, on your
right, just before the Grand Theater. - - - -

# Myths of Thee Underground Fri Apr 30 8pm $5
 Celebrating 20 years of Artists’ Television Access!
 ATA webzine issue #2 release party and video screening Artists' Televsion Access
 992 Valencia at 21st

# Tantra Fools Special Event: FREE for National Dance Week Apr 30 
 8:30-10:30 pm Begins Promptly! Open Door Yoga 1500 Castro @ 25th  415.806.5585

# A Seuss-ical Satire by Shadowcircus Creature Theatre
 Fri Apr 30 9p-2am $5 Edinburgh Castle 950 Geary

# register for the Great Earth Walk on behalf of Sea Shepherd at:  FREE! Sat May 1  

# MAYDAY  MAY DAY How many more must die? SAT MAY 1 UN PLAZA SF  
 Procession on May 1 through the Civic Center bearing panels with the 
names/photos of the dead in Iraq, both Coalition troops and Iraqi civ
from the UN Plaza to the Federal Building, to Vets Building,City Hall  reading of 
names, song and bearing witness to the horror of war.  

# 5/1: Cannabis Freedom Day in S.F. noon-6p UN plaza. 5:30p Million marijuana March

# Sat, May 1 10 am - 3 pm Education Not Incarceration Teach-In and Speak-Out
Oakland Tech High School 4351 Broadway

# Sat 5/1 11am : May Day Convergence: Out of the Cubicles, Into the Streets!
 Yerba Buena Gardens. Mission @ 4th Fun and Surprises guaranteed.

# 5/1: Be Kind To Animals Fair/  national 'Be Kind To Animals Week'.   
 11 am - 3 pm  ACC & the SF SPCA

# bbq, open house, open studio saturday may 1 all afternoon
ABCo waterproofing 3135 filbert st.  94608 BYObbq	
# Sat May 1p-9p How Weird Fair Howard @ 11th/12th
4 City blocks music dancing, crafts art, perf merriment. $5/3 costume.

#   The 5th Annual How Weird Street Faire Sat May 1 1pm - 9pm
 12th and Howard Streets through the SOMA District
  Donation: $5 (or $3 wearing a weird costume)
  you're always welcome to come and do your own thing in the street. 
The line up has been posted  at http:///
 We still need volunteers... please email Amanda if
you'd like to be "Weird Staff." Thanks! See you soon!!!  HoW W3Ird HQ
 This is a day you don't want to miss. A party where there will be lots 
of people you know and a place for you and your friends to dance and 
meander in the sunny streets and celebrate being in the beautiful Bay 
Area. Like last years there will be bumpin beats from Bay Area music 
collectives -  Tantra, Laird and Lush Camp, Adam Ohana and the Space 
Cowboys on the Unimog and East Bay collective Skills Productions. And 
of course art and vending and food and gardens in the streets. And new 
this year is a beer garden and a PERFORMAnCE stage for bands and weird 
acts.  I hope you are as excited as I am!      Santosh
Brad Olsen 1560 Howard St SF CA 94103

# Jigs ‘n’ Rigs fest 04  Sat 1 May Beltaine -
 Celtic festival when the light was welcomed back from the Darkness… 

# MANIFESTO: Coming Out Against Empire Sat May 1 7 pm $10
30 local authors deliver 3 minute declarations against the “logic of rule”
 CELLSpace 2050 Bryant @18th & 19th St  Appearing:
Tamim Ansary                                Beth Lisick
Justin Chin                                 Jon Longhi
Diane di Prima                              Alejandro Murguia
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz                 		Eileen Myles
826 Valencia Kids                         	Peter Plate
Dave Eggers                                 Ishmael Reed
Ananda Esteva                              	Al Robles
Agneta Falk                               	Sean San Jose’
Lawrence Ferlinghetti                  		Leslie Scalapino
Jewelle Gomez                             	Anthony Swofford
Matt Gonzalez                               Michelle Tea
Daphne Gottlieb                            	James Tracy
Thea Hillman                               	Tim m’ West
James Kass                                 	Youth Speaks

# Sat May 1 7pm - 9pm Car-Free Morocco Slideshow 2530 San Pablo @ Dwight , 
Berkeley. Free.

# monthly South Bay Vegetarian Society dinner Sat May 1 7:30p 
International Veg House San Jose 520 East Santa Clara St@13th/14th St
 near San Jose State University, features a variety of Chinese, Italian, 
Mediterranean, American cuisine, w/especially good fake meat dishes.

# ANON SALONtwirls round the pole with...MAY PLAY
A Beltane Ball and a half
 SAT MAY 1 285 9th St (@ Folsom)9 pm - late ($12 in pagan rainments/ $15 for the uninitiated)

# Spring Open Studios at Hunters Point Shipyard
 May 1st and 2nd, Saturday and Sunday 11am-6pm Free
# May 2 S.F. LiFE (SF Living Foods Enthusiasts)
Potluck: 1st Sun each month ("usually"), 1 PM
Where: Mission St Police Station Community Room, 630 Valencia at 17th  Free for members, $3 non with raw dish

# Sun May 2  -Daytime FREE-Live Music, Drum Circle, Entertainment for Kids
 2 pre-set organic meals to choose from (yes, there will be a vegan choice).  
 newly built Permaculture Garden.
37? bolinas Dr. @ Sir Francis Drake, Fairfax, Marin County, CA
At the last big party, over 500 showed up.  I saw many veg friends.
Living Foods:
# Sun, may 2, 7pm-midnight.  Conscious Sound Collective: CODE RED!  Carol Brouillet & Jim Hoffman to speak.  
Film: Perspective on 911.  Performances, Spoken Word, etc. 11pm DJs.
136 Taylor @ Turk / Eddy. http//

# Sun. May 2  7 pm Benefit Concert & Comedy Night for Social Justice 
 promote voter awareness & critical thought on essential social issues, human & civil rights, environmental & economic sustainability, voter turnout, and to help promote Progressive Non-profits. Rasselas, 1534 Fillmore @ Geary $10 6:30 pm  

Sun, May 2 - Sun, Jun 6 exhibit of drawings by Iraqi school children
MOCHA (Museum of Children's Art) 528 9th St Oakland

# May 4 FULL MOON!

# Mark Jones Art opening May 4th @ the ATTIC
 24th St @ Mission & Valencia, 6 - 10pm Full bar. DJ.

# Tue, May 4 7pm 	Speaker: Eric Quezada: Is Venezuela Next?
Community Media Center 900 San Antonio Rd. Palo Alto

# Tue, May 4 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
 Protecting the Rainforests and the Indigenous Tribes that care for them
Sunrise Center 45 San Clemente Drive, Suite C-200 Corte Madera 

# 5/5: Michael Franti  SOTA -555 Portola Drive - San Francisco 
 An Intimate Evening with Michael Franti and friends. A concert to benefit the School of the Arts on May 5, 2004. Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door. Phone 695-5720 for Info and Box Office.

# Thu, May 6 6:30 pm  Forum: Drug War Crimes - The Consequences of Prohibition
The Independent Institute Conference Center 100 Swan Way

# Thu, May 6 7:30 pm Ripe for Change: Rethinking California's Food Economy
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, 1924 Cedar @ Bonita

# Fri May 7 5-9pm 1st Fridays art receptions @ Matt Gonzalez' office City Hall

# May 7-16 Nuclear Protest:Mercury, NV 

 Every 2nd Thursday  monthly 111 Minna  st @ 2nd st.) 8pm - 2am THU MAY 13 
 MAIA MARK GROWDEN band dj TREE (Michele Bass) Mystic Alchemy, 
SoulSonic, MysticFamilyCircus dj DOTCOM (Peter Blik)
  PETER PANKIND  Brendom Random Lucid (wendy), Tom Sepe (c.Hook),
 Cooper Hazen (shadow) and varied N'emsemble pan-characters 
spirit of youth and the mischief of green love. $5 <10:30p/ $10 <10:30p 415-267-7634 vm. 

# May 14-16 Altered States & the Spiritual Awakening Conference - SF
 Ram Dass and others.

# May 14-16
The Art of Resistance Political Artists' Conference
The 2004 conference is the first annual gathering of political artists 
from around the country and the world.  The conference will consist of two 
days of workshops, speakers and events exploring political art.  
Conference participants will receive hands-on skills and practical 
knowledge, a broader understanding of the history and current state of 
political art and benefit from the rare opportunity of being able to spend 
a weekend in a building full of political artists from across the country.  
We hope to strengthen the movement of artists for global justice by 
linking together communities of artists whether geographically bound or 
connected by specific issue.

# Interfaith Pagan Pride Parade Celebration-May 15 Theme-"Divine Feminine" 
 Sat May 15 10 am - 5 pm, Berkeley Civic Center Park (MLK at Center) 
Music, Art, Crafts, Food, Ritual, Performances, Author's Circle  
Parade 11:30 am  

The world still says no to war! Keep space for peace, no new “star wars”!
May 15th Join us in a protest for peace at Vandenberg Space Command

# May 17th Day of Action To Protest Bush's Anti-Gay 
Constitutional Amendment Drive

# magnetic party! 	May 26, 2004 in Santa Cruz.
Dj Spun (SF/NYC) Rick Preston (SF) special live performance from : 
Plump Kitties  featuring dj tswirl, reverend markus hawkins 
(electric violin) & lizard (percussion) opening music from Manx (SEA) 

# May 29 digital be-in 7pm-4am @ 934 Brannan

# Block Party Bonanza!! May 30 Portland, OR to set World Record!

 Sun june 6 permitted march ending in a really, really free market with the theme: corporations out of iraq; corporations out of the commons...or something along those lines.  a date to save.
# June 12,13 Santa Rosa Health & Harmony Fest

# June 18,19,20 Sierra Nevada World Music Fest Angels Camp, CA

# June 19 Sustainable World Coalition SF

# Pagan Ancient Ways Festival at Harbin Hot Springs, MIddletown, CA mid-June.

# July 1-7  Rainbow Gathering Shasta, CA

# Aug 6,7,8 French's Camp, Piercy, Humboldt, CA

# August 29 - The World Says No to Bush - Worldwide Day of Action 
and protests in NYC during Repub Nat'l Conv (Aug. 30 through Sept. 2)

# August,  Santa Cruz mountains

# Aug 30 - Sep 6 2004 fine desert camp art
2x / month Newsletter:

# Sep 11 Power To The Peaceful Concert GG Park Michael Franti

# Earthdance Black Oak Ranch  Sep 17,18,19.

# Nov 6-7 2004 8th @ Brannan
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