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Claim:   Participating in a one-day "gas out" on May 19 will help bring 
 the retail price of gasoline down.
 Status:   False.
Changing day of purchase has no effect. Stop driving. That has effect.
# May 18 new moon

# Every Tues 1pm 94.1fm YOUR OWN HEALTH&FITNESS
2pm EXPLORA-TION Michio Kaku

# Haiti Solidarity March and Rally Tue May 18, 4pm 14th @ Broadway  

# EBCAW Video Screening: We Interrupt this Empire Tue May 18 7-8:30pm
  The San Francisco Video Activist Network presents the story you won't see
on Fox News: an unflinching look at the Bay Area's radical resistance to
an illegal and horrific war.
"We Interrupt This Empire..." is a collaborative work by many of the Bay
Area's independent video activists which documents the direct actions that
shut down the financial district of San Francisco in the weeks following
the United States' invasion of Iraq. With the audio backdrop including the
live broadcasts of SF Indymedia's Enemy Combatant Radio and the SFPD's
tactical communications that were picked up by police scanners, the
documentary takes a look at the diverse show of resistance from the
streets of San Francisco as well as providing a critique of the coporate
media coverage of the war and exploring such issues as the Military
Industrial Complex, attacks on civil liberties, and the United States'
current imperialist drive.
"This is a clear picture of what's left of an American conscience in the
midst of this national horror-show--this is the best damn doc I've seen on
the local face of what might have been the largest anti-war movement in
world history. "
Where: Grand Lake Neighborhood Center, 530 Lake Park Ave, Oakland (between
Grandlake and Lakeshore, under 580). Wheelchair Accessible
Why: Because we need to show the world that we do know what's going on
with our government and we're NOT OK with it.  $1  (510) 658-8994
 East Bay Community Against the War 
# Tue May 18, MSSF General Meeting: Doors open and mushroom ID at 7:00 pm. The speaker at 8:00 pm. will be Dr. Tom Bruns on "Observations on the Natural History of Ectomycorrhizal Fungi".

# TRIPPED WIRE: Between the Edges of Noise and Music Tue May 18 8pm-12  
Doors 7 $2/$5 sug don  Colliding noise,  sound art and music, perf/video 
 111 Minna St @ 2nd)

# Every Wed 1-2pm 94.1fm 4:20 report Ed Rosenthal
# Every Wed 2-3pm

# Wed. May 19  6:30-9 pm Department of Peace Meeting with John 
 Robbins - SF Unitarian Universalist Church of SF, 1187 Franklin @ Geary

# 7 PM - Wed May 19 522 Valencia 3rd Fl. Auditorium $5  
 Peace in Iraq through Change at Home  by RAMZI KYSIA

# Mission Movie Dance Party Benefit 
 Wed May 19 8pm-1am $7 Elbo Room - 647 Valencia @ 17th

# Red Vic Theater in San Francisco presents: American Dream 2.0
"San Francisco Becomes Fastest-Shrinking City" declares Reuters 
 artist, an immigrant and an entrepreneur, each fighting to realize
 a dream in the face of  instability.  Wed May 19 2pm, 7:15pm, 9:15pm 
After evening screenings Q&A with  filmmakers & cast
Thu May 20 7:15pm After eve screenings Q&A with filmmakers & cast
Thurs., May 20th 9:15pm After screening Q&A with cast &  Chris Daly
This doc film features: Lawrence Axil Comras
Krista DeNio Murali Krishna Devarakonda

# Mission Movie Dance Party Wed May 19 8p-2am $8   Elbo Room
647 Valencia @ 17

# Victrola night Wed May 19 9:30pm - 1:00am free
 It's Victrola night at the Attic Club!  Come listen to 78's from the
20's to the 50's played on an antique Victrola.  Everything from Cab
Calloway to Ray Charles, old Cuban rhumbas, and dusty honky tonk.
 The Attic Club 3336 24th @Valencia / Mission
# American Dream 2.0 .com boom and bust
 Wed May 19 2pm, 7:15pm +9:15pm Thu May 20 7:15pm +9:15pm
 $5 matinee / $7 1727 Haight

# Galumpha May 19-30 Wed.-Fri. 8pm/ Sat. 2 & 8/ Sun. 2 & 7 $25  450 Florida

# 5/20: Bike to Work Day
	Free ferry rides for cyclists all day Oakland, San Francisco, Alameda, and Bay Farm Island

# SNAP OUT OF IT!? - thu lunch  Northwest Corner of Steuart and Mission Purveyors of the Benevolent Conspiracy.

# Every Thu 94.1fm 1-2 pm Herbal Highway
2-3 pm Caroline Casey

# Al Honig Show solo show Thu May 20 5-8pm free  Oakland Museum 
1111  Broadway

# 5/20 6pm Tour the World by Train

# Thu May 20 7 pm March for Women's Lives Report Back 
 New College 766 Valencia

# How To Behave TV show premiere party Thu May 20 7 pm Free
 Our new TV show, "How to Behave" will be broadcast on AccesSF, Comcast
Cable channel 29. But it will be way more fun to come to the Premiere
Party at Jillian's and watch it with everyone on the giant wall of TVs.
 How To Behave features segments shot around San Francisco like, "How
to send a girl a drink", "How to Drive a Forklift", "How to Make
Sushi".  You know, just generally how to have fun and be a crazy
maniac. Free. light appetizers. dance club after, free to both.
 preview clips at: 4th St. @ Mission

# Eyewitness Report Back from Fallujah Thur May 20 7:00pm $5 
1808 5th Street at Hearst and
 Pratap Chatterjee, Managing Ed/Program Dir Corpwatch reporting on the
political influence of Enron that began in 1995 and Halliburton in 1998
David Martinez filmmaker and writer from Texas,U.S. occupation of Iraq.

# Dr. Balaji Sampath and Ms. Kalpana Karunakaran are currently touring the U.S. to speak on issues of health and globalization. Sponsored by the People’s Health Movement-USA and the Association for India’s Development, they will speak in Berkeley at the North Berkeley Senior Center (1901 Hearst Ave. @ Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Berkeley) on May 20, 2004 at 7 p.m. Dynamic and motivating speakers, Balaji’s presentation will be of interest to everyone concerned with issues of public health, science and education in a globalizing world; Kalpana will focus on how poverty and gender discrimination affect women’s health.

# Thu May 20 SF Bike Coalition is throwing a huge 'Bike to Work 
NIGHT' bash and benefit at the DNA Lounge to celebrate all things bike. 
A stellar line of music including bands such as SF popstars Giant Value 
and great DJs like the infamous Laird. Hosted by Heklina. for more details. Doors open at 7pm 
show  starts at 8pm. $10. 375 11th St @ Harrison.

# 5/20: Biodiesel Activist Josh Tickell, "From the Fryer to the Fueltank" 
 7 pm - 9 pm Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo @ Dwight Berkeley. Free.

# Artist's book release and art reception! '4 Words' - the book. A visual journey...
 w/ Nome Edonna, David Lee, Damon Soule & Mars Thu May 20 7pm - 10:30pm 
Culture Cache Gallery 1800 Bryant @ 17th
# 5/20 BLISS - A Burning Man Benefit Critical Tits. Mighty Night Club | Art Gallery
119 Utah St. @ 15th Street 8:00pm-2:00am  Tickets: $10 in "playa style" attire; $13 without
First 50 people receive a free CD
# May 20th ASCENSION
 Bada-BING...Every year, once a year, this thing goes off, blows up, hits tha fan, whatever you want to call it...its NUTS. Last year I showcased 100% original tunes (what was to become Motions of Mutation)...this year Im hoping to do the same, will be showcasing at least 2 brand new mashers: PLEASURE THE BASSNYMPHO, and SIMULTANEOUS (featuring Forest Gump). Plus some new hip hopness (including my new KRS One remix) and some other fat shit, plus tons of rockstars (Adam, Rab, Shakatura, Alloy Trex...and HYBRID).

# SF Circus Cabaret Thr/Fri May 20/21 7-10pm $20 435 Broadway

# Every Fri 94.1fm 1-2 pm Terra Verde
# complimentary hors d1oeuvres to start & multimedia art by Tommie Murphy
 TRANSIT: a traveling new monthly, satisfying all your sensory needs... 
Fri May 21 Soluna Lounge, 272 McAllister at Larkin,  SF, **plenty of parking**
 9:30pm - 2am 21+  $3 b4 11pm, $7 after DJ's: Lance DeSardi  aka LandShark  
 Joshua  aka DJ IZ  Galen 

# "ORBIT - A Celestial Adventure" Fri May 21 Cellspace, 2050 Bryant 
 FOXGLUV (live) - launch showcase of their new album "Flame and Fortune".
ALCYONE (live) - stellar deep house and breaks with Afro-Mystik's 
"Drumfire" on percussion.
LINDEN C - deep, techy house & funky breaks (Underground Kingdom).
DJ LESLIE (aka SHILL) - purveyor of ethno-funkadelica (Church of WOW).
SHAKATURA (chill space) - dubbed out and delicious downtempo beats.
DRAGONFLY (chill space) - a rare Casbah-inspired set from the Groove 
Garden beatmeister. Stellar Nymphs Aerial Dance.   Opus Sound by Zone 
AV (Scotty's amazing new system).   Tri-Color Argon Laser by Newaje 
(Newaje did the Laser Show for Burning Man 2003's "Sol System".) 
  Visuals by Dax.   Decor by Groove Garden.   Sacred Space by Trinity 
("Altar Your Reality").   Chill Space w/ massage available.   Hot / 
cold drinks & healthy snacks available.   Doors 8.30pm.   Show 9pm.
 $15, door $20. 415 995 2670.
 This will be a non-alcohol event age 18 and over. Galactic wear  
# Head Trip Fri May 21 10 PM Free (donations accepted)
 (rough cut – 90 minutes) film by John Law & Flecher Fleudujon
 Near San Pablo & Ashby Sts., Berkeley 510-543-5054 for location
 Doggie Diner DogHeads went to Manhattan on a lark last April. 
Hauled on a trailer behind the Cyclecide Bike Rodeo’s 1966 Gillig bus and
 accompanied by a dozen local performers, pranksters and unemployed 
types call 510-543-5054 at 9:30PM, FRIDAY

# Sat May 22 10 am - 1 pm Edible Landscaping class
which varieties of edible plants do best 
in the Bay Area. We'll cover choosing, planting and caring for edible 
plants in the landscape. We'll discuss vegetables, herbs, berries, 
citrus, grapes, fruits and edible flowers and learn how to use them 
in the garden and in the landscape. Class taught by Karen Talbot, 
landscaper and teacher at Merritt College.
 Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo Ave, near Dwight Way, Berkeley.
 $10 Ecology Center members, $15 general, no one turned away 
for lack of funds Info: 	510-548-2220 x233.
 2530 San Pablo Ave Berkeley

# 5/22: Kids Creek Fest
 Kids Creek Fest: An Environmental Festival for Pre-Schoolers and their Parents
Saturday, May 22nd, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Fernandez Park, Pinole (just west of the intersection of San Pablo Ave. and Tennent Ave.)
Kids Creek Fest is a fabulous, FREE event for kids 0-5 and their parents. An entertaining and fun environmental fair complete with a Native American storyteller, juggler and juggling games, Native American crafts, an optional creek clean-up, organic gardening, fun activities, nature art crafts, a free organic lunch and product sampling, live native animals, prizes and more! Kids Creek Fest will help you teach your children the importance of caring for the earth. Sponsored by Mama Bears Playcare, Bayside Early Learning Center, The City of Pinole, Friends of Pinole Creek Watershed, and First 5 Contra Costa. Info (510) 741-8336 or email

# Power Tool Build Day May 22 High Noon FREE!

# Assassins Chalk tag game: Part II Julius Kahn Playground in the Presidio
 West Pacific Ave Sat May 22 noon 415-271-5752

 May 22, 1-5pm A celebration of Multicultural Environmental Arts FREE!
 San Miguel Child Development Center & Living Library Gardens 
 233 - 241 Oneida St., off San Jose Avenue, between Ocean & Geneva SF 

# Dogtown County Fair
 So we'll see you here at the fairgrounds for the best darn hee-haw 
 hillbilly hoedown you ever seen.
 May 22nd 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.
2600  Magnolia St , near the corner of 26th, in West Oakland
You'll be a'wantin to come cuz we got Music: Rael Razor Tanglers Dj Kevinj
 Dj Jstyle Hobo Goblins and contests: Shortest Daisy Dukes Biggest Fruit
 Biggest Vegetable Best Pie Best Rocket Best Critter and events:
 Sack Races Fashion Pageant Wanna Pitch In? We need:
 Lightweight cardboard tubes for rockets! Contestants for all events!
 Entries in all contests! More 4-H members!
Be shore to dress up Kountry or you might git tarred-n-feathered by the 
locals. Yer farm animals is shore welcome too.
There'll be plenty-o-hooch.
BYO-vittles, and bring some ter share too. If yer stumped on what to 
bring, they got lots o great ideas at
Can't remember last year's party? Check this out.

 San Miguel Child Development Center & Living Library Gardens
 Between 241 - 333 Oneida Avenue (near Ocean & Geneva), off San Jose 
 Avenue (Balboa BART Station) Free Admission & Refreshments
 Celebration of Arts, Green Building, Energy, Music, Food & Diversity!
 Translation and children's activities will be provided.
 A Living Library/Life Frames, Inc. (415) 412-5346 or (415) 206-9710 &
 SF Environment (415) 355-3700

# Sat May 22nd 2pm to 7pm
 Respire, pump and beat. To the beat. Blowing in and out with the winds of 
summer. An exhibition and sale of works by local artists will set down this 
Saturday in the sunny mission, the heart of our city's arts.  A spoonful of 
sugar to put a sparkle in your eye.  See what yer local creatives have been 
making with inspired fingers, threads and baby heads.  dada cartoon 
paintings, silkscreened pop art, prints, assemblages, one of a kind vintage 
fabric clothing design and flamboyant jewelry.  with a soundtrack to 
complement an afternoon of conversating, lucheoning and dancing.
 ARTISTS  Jon Nagel, Flatland Productions  Tanaz Modaber  Janay Growden
Daniel Meyers  Keef Ward  Layers by Hilaria  Gentle  Sandyrock Gems
 DJs  Jamin Creed  Sweet Cheeks  Massage, Food and Drink
 Red Poppy Art House 2698 Folsom (@23rd) 415.826.2402

# 5/22: "KFOG KaBoom!" Free Fireworks and Concert 
 Massive Fireworks Over San Francisco Bay and Free Concert with Train and special guests The Waifs and Robert Randolph & The Family Band on Saturday, May 22, 4 p.m.-10 p.m. at Piers 30-32, San Francisco
   A favorite annual tradition in the Bay Area, this free event, featuring a concert with major recording artists is topped off with one of the best fireworks displays in the country. The gigantic fireworks show over the Bay will explode in harmony with a KFOG World Class Rock soundtrack broadcast on KFOG at 104.5FM and 97.7FM.
   The event begins at 4 p.m. on San Francisco Piers 30-32, just south of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, with an expo area of food, drinks, interactive sponsor exhibits and continuous performances for families on the Children's Stage. At 4:30 p.m., the free live concert begins with an incredible line-up of talent: Robert Randolph & The Family Band, The Waifs and Train. The extraordinary fireworks display will cap the event at 9 p.m. KFOG estimates that 350,000 people will be lined up along the Embarcadero Promenade for the show. Other nearby spectators are encouraged to bring their radios and tune into the soundtrack simulcast on KFOG 104.597.7.
   More than seven tons of explosives are used in the fireworks display created by Pyrotechnic Choreographer Eric Tucker. The fireworks show—which takes a five full days to set up on a group of barges the size of a football field—will be fired from San Francisco Bay, just off Piers 30-32.
   Title sponsors for the event are Phillips Electronics and local Toyota dealers. For more information call 415/817-KFOG or visit

# Club Ass 5 Fri May 21 10 pm till dawn doors close at midnight
 604 1/2 haight st @ steiner ambient in the back... 2 decks!
 Everyone will have to bring a representation of ass to get in, 
example... cut off a doll's ass. Bring booze or snacks if you feel 
moved to contribute, everything helps make the party better.
 It is my birthday , i am opening a new business that weekend, rollin massage bar : truckstop massage in nebraska, and I am celebrating a new roommate move in. His name is Gil, he is from Panama , and I love him. Christie McClelland RYT, LMP,CMT Gayatri Healing  415 861 6250
# Sat May 22 6:30p We Are Everywhere: The Irresistible Rise 
of Global Anticapitalism New College Theater, 777 Valencia $5 notaflof

# May 22- Farwell Party- Venue 9 Theater -252 9th St 10PM (after
 Killing My Lobster at 8PM)  theater will no longer be in this space,

# May 22nd and Friends and Family has been invited to do the upstairs,
 Bryce, Monty, Ethan, Alex Windsor and, out of retirement,  John Carel!
 Downstairs aint too shabby either (big phat wink) with: Doc Martin, Spun, 
Markie Mark  and Dutch piloting you down memory lane. $5 before 11.

# May 23- 2nd Annual Trans/Genderqueer/Intersex/Drag & Buddies Picnic- Dolores
 Park at 19th Street during picnic time (noon or after),

# Sun May 23 2pm Hula Hooping @ Dolores Park

# Ceiba Store_ 3 Year Anniversary_ Bash ! Sun Mai 23 463 Haight 
 fillmore / webster noon to late
# May 23- Vault of Heaven- SOMA Park & Rec Center- 270 6th St 2PM-8PM - $5

 Part 1: The Mad Scientist Olympics & Borealis BBQ 2pm-8pm
SOMA Park and Rec (6th at Folsom) $5
 Part 2: The Astronomers' Ball 8pm-2am 1015 Folsom
(Redecorated, new attitude and--THANKFULLY--friendlier security!)
$5 with daytime attendance; $10 costumed; $15 not
 Come as a Mad Scientist, astronomer, quasar, or the Milky Way itself!

# Sun May 23, 5:30-5:40pm, very rare, private tour of an organic, 
vegan Living Foods kitchen then ORGANIC Vegan Living Foods - 
Full Dinner at Lombard Coffee Shop 6pm, we eat at 6:15pm
Menu: Lasagna with “cheese” Organic Salad,
With special Dressing Vegetable Pate Special Cracker Garden Cracker
 Dessert: Cheesecake with Raspberry Sauce YUM  Chocolate “Cheese”cake 
 (my favorite desserts there ) $20 includes tax and tip Limit 16 people,
 RSVP (email preferred) . Please specify which dinner you want to RSVP. Don’t forget to cancel if you can’t make it-thanks. 1972 Lombard St @ Webster St
 San Francisco, CA 94123 415-923-1052 do not call the restaurant to RSVP

# Calendar of baarn
 You are invited to celebrate our one-year anniversary. Join us for a delicious fundraiser dinner benefiting EBAA. Enjoy a variety of vegan foods while helping animals. Advance reservations are requested: (925) 487-4419 OR

# Hello all you lovely ladies!
  The next Womens' Circle (Monday, May 24)will be at the infamous
Chateau L'Orange house in Oakland(make sure you bring your towel for
the hot tub!). Bring food for the potluck at 6:30, and then 
ritual/ceremony/gathering time is at 7:30.
  Please bring your favorite fresh herbs for making smudge sticks, as
well as twine or string, and maybe a sacred stone or shell for wrapping
in the smudge.
  Also feel free to bring a piece of yourself that you would like to
offer to the circle; maybe share something meaningful that you learned,
or bring a poem you wrote, or any gift created from the heart. And here
are the directions...
   From the Bay bridge, Berkeley, and the Richmond bridge get on to
the 580 E towards Hayward/Stockton/Downtown Oakland. Go thru most of
Oakland and get off at the Seminary Ave/Warren Fwy(13) exit. Make an
immediate left under the bridge following signs to (13)Warren Fwy(don't
go all the way to Seminary). Veer right after you go under the bridge,
still following signs to (13)Warren Fwy. Continue on that same road
until you get to a stop sign. Go straight thru the stop sign, which
will put you on Mountain Blvd. Go up Mountain Blvd 1/2 mile and park on
the corner of Mountain and Leona st. We promised our neighbors we would
have NO PARKING ON LEONA ST., for it is a narrow cliff-hanger one way
road and street parking is limited. Please walk the 75 yards to the
house at 5125 Leona which is the first one on the right and the
entrance is down the wooden staircase.
   call 510-410-8876 for questions.    luv, Sherry :-)

# Sex Educator Salon Mon May 24, 8-10 pm Free 2504 San Pablo
@ Dwight Berkeley Everyone welcome

# "Thirst" also plays next Tuesday May 25 6:30 pm at the UC Berkeley 
Institute for Labor & Employment, 2521 Channing Way. We'll also be 
there for the q and a after the film.
	"Thirst" plays for a week at the Roxie Cinema, 16th & Valencia in San 
Francisco, June 18-24. All screenings will benefit Public Citizen's 
Water For All Campaign. We'll be there for the weekend evening 
screenings for a q and a.   national broadcast is on PBS's POV series 
July 13, 10pm (check  local listings).

# Tue. May 25  7:30 pm Bread & Roses Benefit with Joan Baez - San 

# 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) 

# Fri May 28 The Day After Tomorrow in a theater near you!
See related websites @

# Fri May 28 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza

# 5.28-30 Benjamin free party 415 705 0600 outdoor dance experience

# Promise for Peace: may 29th, marin, peace fair benefit for indigenous 
elders and youth peace gathering,
Stafford Lake, Novato $22 (11am-11pm)

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

# Digital Be-In 13
 San Francisco's original socially conscious cyberculture happening! 
May 29 @ 934 Brannan @ 8th 9PM-4AM 21+ w/ID
 Speakers:   Vinit Allen (Sustainable World Coalition)
Kevin Bankston (EFF)
Swami Beyondananda (
Marc Canter (Founder Macromedia)
Jim Fournier (PlanetWork)
Michael Gosney (Digital Be-In)
Marika Olsen (
R.U. Sirius (Mondo 2000/Neophiles)
 Live Performances:
Alcyone, Axis Mundi, Bluetech, Cybervixen, Dianarosa, Foxgluv, Irina
Mikhailova, Kali's Angels, Tonehenge
Dov, Goz, KJ, Ooah, Rob Rayle, Shakatura, Space Cowboys (DJs 8Ball &
Polarbear), Dr. Spook, Triptech
Transparent Network Gallery – visionary artists interpret the Be-In 13
theme – curated by Michael Gosney, sponsored by Digital Pond
Virtual World Theater
Burning Man in Microsoft Flight Simulator – experience Black Rock City
as you never have before! – modeled by Andrew Johnstone
You're On Mars! – explore the Martian landscape – Virtual World
Studios and Digispace - Bush in 30 Seconds DVD
Alex Grey/ABA Structure DVD Premiere
Be-In Tribe Network Center – Join the Be-In Tribe!
Dr. Friendly's Audio/Visual Public Instrument
Wild Divine Biofeedback Game
The Be-In's extraordinary immersive environment will feature the Emerald
City Laser, projections by D7, Synapse and top Bay Area VJs
 $20 Presale http// 
Ceiba Records: 463 Haight Distractions:  552 Haight Skills: Berkeley

# May 29-31: The 36th Annual KINETIC SCULPTURE RACE in HUMBOLDT COUNTY invloves elaborate vehicles that make most Burning Man art cars look uninspired by comparison...they cover a 35-mile course through Arcata, Eureka, & Ferndale consisting of roads, sand dunes, steep drops, water, marshy mud, and other tricky terrain, AND they have to do it strictly under HUMAN POWER; starts at Arcata Plaza on Saturday at noon and the finish is on Monday at Ferndale; if you'd like to join a caravan of people from the Bay Area, e-mail RJ's Cacophony Society buddies Don & Stacey at: 
AND (Stacey's picture page)
# Block Party Bonanza!! May 30 Portland, OR to set World Record!

#  Summer Kickoff sunset + stompy Sun May 30 Club Cocomo, 1072 Illinois 
@ Mariposa,  SF 3pm - 2am 21+ $10 b4 5pm  ~ $20 after  
DJ's: JACOB LONDON  Galen  Tasho  J-Bird  Sweet P  Solar  Jonene

# May 31 California Blues Festival Golden Gate Park Bandshell  Free 11am-5pm.

# June 2 full moon

# Jun3-Jun9
call to action:

# June 3-9 San Francisco, California
"Reclaim the Commons!" Bio-tech Mobilization: Actions to oppose Bio2004, the
biggest national gathering of corporate executives and lobbyists for the
biotech industry.  Starhawk is part of group that will teach and demonstrate
the alternatives: organic food, community gardens, urban transformation, a
gift economy. Events include panels, teach-ins, and hands-on workshops
attracting presenters from around the world. The vision is a festival of
resistance and restoration, as well as education on the insidious menace of

# Fri June 4 5-9pm 1st Fridays art receptions @ Matt Gonzalez' office City Hall

SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2004 Int'l Day of Emergency Protests:
Saturday, June 5 March on the Pentagon
Washington DC / San Francisco / Los Angeles
 San Francisco Gather 11 am @ UN Plaza
Market between 7th & Hyde, Civic Center BART
 Bring the Troops Home Now   All foreign troops OUT of Iraq
 End the Colonial Occupation of Palestine   Support the Right of Return
 U.S. OUT of  Haiti, Korea, Afghanistan, Philippines, Colombia, Cuba, Venezuela
 Money for Jobs, Education, Housing & Healthcare - Not for War!

# 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. 

# Orgasm: The Faces of Ecstasy Video Release Wed June 9, 8-10 pm Free
Berkeley 2504 San Pablo @ Dwight
# 6-11 June 2004: Spring Fungi of the Sierra Nevada: Week long course
Dr. Dennis Desjardin SFSU Sierra Nevada Field Campus.

# Transit of Venus Event Mon Jun 7, 2004  watch the transit LIVE from 
 Greece in the Phyllis C. Wattis Webcast Studio. 8:30 p.m.-11:00 p.m. PDT 
 Activities   live Webcast from Greece, from 10:00 p.m. to 10:45 p.m. 
PDT.  * Watch Venus begin its path across the Sun. 
 * Hear Exploratorium Senior Scientist Paul Doherty explain the 
  science behind the transit. 
 * Take a Transit of Venus walkabout with Exploratorium teacher Tory Brady. 
 * Engage in hands-on activities with the Physics of Toys and 
 Exploratorium Outreach staff.  * Enjoy entertainment and food. 
 The entire museum will also be open for you to explore. 

# JUNE 11-13: 12th Annual HUMBOLDT PRIDE; FREE; 12-5pm; in Arcata Plaza, twn 8th & 9th @ G St, 4  hour drive N of SF on 101; 707-839-5205;;

# Jun 12 sf
# June 12,13 Santa Rosa Health & Harmony Fest

# Power Tool Drag Races (Contestants needed) Sat/ Sun June 12-13 
 10am-5pm $10 2255 McKinnon St SF

# Sundance june 17-20 Northeast Arizona. Older than Christian calendar.

# Anarchist Gathering 2004:  Occupied Territory 
 Fresno CA June 18-21

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

# June 19 Sustainable World Coalition SF

# Sat Jun 19: Mushrooms in Your Garden: Crissy Field Center.

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

# June 26 OPEL Burningman fundraiza' SF Lorin

# July 1-7  Rainbow Gathering Shasta, CA

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

# 2004 FIRE ARTS FESTIVAL Wed through Sun, July 7-11, 2004
at the Crucible 7th @ Broadway, Oakland.

# Sun Aug 15: Mushroom Garden Workday: Presidio Community Gardens 

# 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

# full moon August 30th @ 2:22am 

# 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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