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SF events 7.15
SF events 7.15
SF events 7.15
SF events 7.15

Stop Repeal of Roadless Rule. from "Environment CA" (PIRG project)

Grand Theft America

Boycott SlimFast/ Unilever: Fired Whoopi Goldberg for Anti-Bush humor.

# hula hooping at Willard Park in Berkeley Sun Jul 18 
 Derby @ Regent 2-6pm

# Jazz: A Benefit for Modern Times Bookstore Sun July 18 2 pm $5 
 Lavay Smith and Chris Siebert, and the Ben Goldberg-Devin Hoff Duo
 A Musical Fundraiser Event for Modern Times Bookstore!
 888 Valencia @ 20th

# July 18-MARGINAL PROPHETS SHOWS- Cat Club 1190 Folsom @ 8th

# Republican Freakshow - RNC Benefit Party Sun July 18 6-10pm $10  
 Art: slide shows by cartoonists Lloyd Dangle – “Trouble Town” and
Keith Knight – “K Chronicles” and “(th)ink)”.
 Live Music: the surf sounds of the Copper Tones and the semi-conscious
hip hop of the Marginal Prophets (California Music Awarded winner for
Outstanding Rap Album).
 Short Films: “The Lord of the Rings of Free Trade” and “The Twin
Towers” by the st01en collective. “War Pigs” and other short films by
Jeff Taylor of Whispered Media and Ronald Reagan Home for the
Criminally Insane movies by Bill Carpenter.
 Photography: Eric Wagner’s photos of anti-war and pro-war demos.
 Dance: performances by Mila Salazar and Amy Little.
 Clowns: Clownarchy – A farce to be reckoned with!
 Audience Participation: A political impersonation contest and special
surprises from the Ronald Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane.
 Food: Ya Mo, a vegetarian Thai restaurant, will be serving food for
just $3 a plate. Republican Drink Special: The $6 glass of water
 A portion of the proceeds will also go to the Haiti Action Committee or 415-385-5956
 The Cat Club 1190 Folsom @ 8th

# Benefit for Women's Cancer Clinic Sun July 18 7 p.m. $12
 Cancers Raise Money for Women with cancer   night
of celebration and support for the Charlotte Maxwell Complementary
Clinic, an alternative healing center for low income women.
 Featuring performers: Montuno Groove (salsa)
Omeyocan (urban indigenous fusion) Regina Wells
special guests: Carolyn Brandy (percussion) Barbara Valladares (vocals)
 La Pena 3105 shattuck @ Ashby Berkeley (510) 849-2572             squidlist 

# Sunday School with the Vau De Vire Society Sun July 18 9p-3a $8
live music / variety show featuring: (30 + dancers / performers)
 Kid Beyond (vocal percussionist / beat boxer extraordinaire)
 Boneless Children Foundation (quirky eclectic rock n’ roll quartet)
 Stink 69 (a collaboration between SF Opera vocalist, local punk
 musicians and debaucherous dancers) Rick Robinson (One Man Band)
 Raw B (Beatsauce/turntablist) Studio Z 314 11th St @ Folsom

# Winston Smith Book Signing, "All Riot on the Western Front"
 Tue July 20 7pm Free
 City Lights Book Store 261 Columbus (btw. Pacific & Broadway) in North Beach 

# Berkeley Vigil - July 20, Tuesday, at 7pm, above the underground lab, known as the Northwest Animal Facility, Corner of Oxford Street & Berkeley Way, UC Berkeley; Info: East Bay Animal Advocates, 925-487-4419 or

# "Strangers on a Train" Tue July 20 8pm, film at sundown FREE
 An outdoor screening of Hitchcock's STRANGERS ON A TRAIN, the British 
cut: Darker, Stranger, more Homosexual! Bring a friend. Bring a coat.
 AFTER: dj's bobby & jeremy play strange train music (... felt, blue 
orchids, TVPs, 14 iced bears, raincoats, th' faith healers, kinks, 
pop group, the equals El Rio 3158 Mission
# meeting of the (Northern California) 9-11 Truth Alliance Thu July 22, 
7-10pm Grand Lake Neighborhood Center 530 Lake Park @ Grand, Oakland. - - - -  

# Artists Speaking Out! - A Benefit for
 Thu July 22 8-11pm $10 Twenty top local songwriters, musicians,
 2050 Bryant @ 18th St 510-517-3134

# Brooklynne Bnft, extreme erotica open mic Thu July 22 8PM $5
 Performances by: The Sex and Culture goddess- Carol Queen, Other
Magazines superhero extordinary- Charlie- Girl, the sexy spoken word
stylings of Lady Monster, the kick-ass empowerment poetry of Daisy
Anarchy, and more. Plus: raffle prizes from Good Vibrations,
Castro Video, an Extreme Erotica Open Mic (Come with your best and 
wildest tales) and go go dancing and on and on... 
26 Mix 3024 Mission @ 26th

# International Working Class Film and Video Festival
 Thu July 22nd, Fri July 23rd, and Thu July 29th 7 pm $5
 Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
2868 Mission @ 25th St

# Celebrate the Art of Recycling. 5-9 p.m., Fri July 23 
 One night only. In our new studio at 503 Tunnel Ave.
 double art show by Sharon Siskin and Don Ross who are 
finishing their residency at SF Recycling & Disposal, Inc.

# Come shake your sexy booty - Get Freaky, July 23
 Yummy musical madness featuring: Soteg live (Bless Records)
 Lorin  Adam Ohana  Brother  Janaka and MC Colonel  Moondoggy  Laura 
Jocelyn  Dorfex Bos  Malakai  Décor-Fuzzy Phillipe's Fabulous Fluff
 MIGHTY 119 Utah @ 15th St/ 1 block East of Potrero 10pm-6am $10  

# Depth- July 23 Bman event Intimate Kaos event featuring some of
our favorite DJs and art from our closest friends. And as a highlight, we'll
be putting on display for your psychadelic pleasure a prototype of our B-Man
interactive art project. 

#  paul reuben's day. drunken redheaded sluts july 24 sat in the mission SF

#  Monkey vs Robot Sat June 24 at Cellspace, 10pm - 3am $10
$5 if you come as a monkey or robot A Slice of (Playa) Life
 DJ Lineup: The Geometrist  DJ Ripple  Kraddy  DJ Push  benchun 
 Performances by Futuretrybe and Infinite Kaos 2050 Bryant 
 @ 18/19th St.  

# SF Day-out-of-Time  July 25 White Spectral Mirror, Noon-Beyond
 Golden Gate Park, Hippie Hill Potluck, drum circle, costume party 

# SHORT AD: Mutant Vehicle, Show N' Tell Sun July 25  1 pm $5 don
 Bands*, B.B.Q, Toxic Bar and More
 *F-space, Drop Black Sky, Plastination, Blue Max, Six Million Dollar 
Band. 1598 Custer Avenue, San Francisco

# come on by and see Mystic Family Circus' new
theatrical productions at the 1st Annual San Francisco
Theatre Festival on SUNDAY, JULY 25 at Yerba Buena
Gardens (free admission)…. 1pm 3pm + 4:10 pm
More than 50 performances will take place on nine
stages from 10 am to 5 pm.  Mission@ 3rd, 4th St.

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# July 25-26, 2004, there will be a mass event world-wide unifying all
spiritual, peace, environmental and artistic, scientific and cultural
organizations under the Banner of Peace on behalf of humanity's
switching tracks and going from the irregular Gregorian to the perfect
harmonic standard of the Thirteen Moon/28-day calendar."   -- Dr. Jose Arguelles

 How to Uproot the System and Build a Better World Edited by David Solnit
 WED JULY 28, 7PM UFCW Local 648 Union Hall 1980 Mission @ 16th/15th
Featuring contributing activist-authors:  Chris Crass  Van Jones 
 Ramsey Kanaan  Elizabeth Betita Martinez  Rachel Neumann 
Patrick Reinsborough  Tom Wetzel  + Street Theater by Antonia Juhasz 
and David Solnit of Art and Revolution with composer, artist, Punk Rock 
Orchestra violinist Carey Lamprecht.

#  If you covet your First Amendment rights and oppose a Police State, please PACK the COURTROOMS on the following dates, to let the judge, D-A, and Public know where you stand!:
 ----2pm, Friday July 30th, Dept 22, 3rd Floor, 850 Bryant (btw 6th & 7th Sts.), SF
 ----9am, Tues, Aug 3, Dept A, 2nd Floor, 850 Bryant
 --FAX NUMBERS FOR SF SUPES!!! If you have a fax machine, please fax each Supervisor's office with the sample letter below--or preferably your own! (The original call-to-action included only the phone and email addresses of the SF officials to contact.)
 Chris Daly 554-7974
Tom Ammiano 554-6255
Sophie Maxwell 554-7674
Aaron Peskin 554-7454
Gerardo Sandoval 554-6979
Tony Hall: 554-6546
Bevin Dufty 554-6909
Fiona Ma 554-7432
Michael Alioto-Pier 554-7843
Matt Gonzalez 554-7634 
 For Global Ecology & Global Justice, End Corporate Rule!

# If you covet your First Amendment rights and oppose a Police State
 please PACK the COURTROOMS 2pm, Friday July 30th, Dept 22, 3rd Fl
 850 Bryant @ 6th & 7th St SF
 9am, Tues, Aug 3, Dept A, 2nd Floor, 850 Bryant

# Fri July 30 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza

# Fri July 30 Grand Opening
 venture beyond old limitations into new realms of experience.
 Be our guest for this lively and sumptuous celebration with:
 a.. Becca Osborne an amazing singer in her own right (Joan's
sister) has a powerful presence and a scintillating voice.
 b.. Kid Beyond -- one of the best beatboxer's in San Francisco
 c.. Ariah Firewalker original music is an eclectic blend of
soul, jazz, electronica, and R & B   d.. Bekka and the Frogland Orchestra
 -- Playing Tribal Avant Funk music
 e.. Tarot Readings and sexy astrology
 f.. BUTO Dancers   g.. Circus performers
 h.. DJ Gray spinning tunes that will groove you into the night.
 1074 Folsom @ 7th St corner of Moss Alley
 La Carnival de la Sense Leave your masks at the door, Unwind your Body,
Open your Mind and Revel in your Senses. July 30th 7:30 to 10:30pm
# Speak Out presents Bill Santiago in "Spanglish 101"
A Total Immersion Comedic Excursion into Latino USA
(Laughs for Latinos and the Latino-curious)
 Fri July 30 8 pm 	La Peña Cultural Center 3105 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley
 $12 gen $7 youth
 Also appearing: headRush Oakland's own satirical guerilla performance crew
 and Susan Galleymore, Founder of MotherSpeak and member of Military

# JULY 30 - AUG 1 ENOSA FEST private land 
40mi. E of Eugene, Oregon, near Triangle Lake.  roam play create, 

# Urban Sustainability Bike Tour! Sat July 31

Alibi  Bali  Dano  Dragn'fly  Smoove  Sunder & McGarry more DJs TBA

# COME TO THE NEXT HEARING! If at all possible, come to the next RTC hearing (9am, Tues, Aug 3, Dept A, 2nd Floor, 850 Bryant). Please RSVP if you intend to come, and we will get a bigger courtroom if necessary. A strong presence in the courtroom will show the judge and the public that Bay Area residents dearly covet our First Amendment rights, and clearly object to corporate control of the commons!!!

# Fri Aug 6 5-9pm 1st Fridays art receptions @ Matt Gonzalez' office City Hall

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

# Mousetrap... Aug 7th... Haunted Barn: Innes Av. South of Evans, Hunters Point,
 bordering on Naval Shipyard. Life size mousetrap, complete with bowling balls...

# FIREDANCE FESTIVAL An Alchemical Celebration of Drum, Dance, and Song
 Thu Aug 12-Sun Aug 15 Santa Cruz Mountains.

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

# Aug. 18? Portland Raw Foods 

# Thu Aug 19 Who Owns Water?  Protecting the World's Water 
from Corporate Takeover / water
Fortune magazine has predicted that "water is the oil of the 21 
century," and now corporations are rushing to invest in the new 
get-rich economy of water. Giant water, energy, food, and shipping 
companies have plans to buy water rights, privatize publicly-owned 
water systems, promote bottled water, and sell "bulk" water by 
transporting it from water rich areas to thirsty markets. As the 
world's water becomes scarcer and corporations seek to exploit this 
scarcity for profit, people around the world are losing ownership and 
control of water resources on which they depend. But water is a human 
right; to the extent one has the right to live, one has the right to 
 Join us for a discussion with Juliette Beck and John Gibler of Public 
Citizen's Water for All Campaign. Public Citizen's Water for All 
Campaign is dedicated to protecting water as a common resource, 
stopping water privatization and bulk water sales, and defending 
access to clean and affordable water around the world. Come hear how 
people in California and around the world - from Stockton and Gualala 
to Bolivia and Bangladesh - are defending the global commons and our 
right to water, and find out how you can help. 7 pm - 9 pm
 Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo @ Dwight , Berkeley. Free.
Info: 	510-548-2220 x233
# Aug 27-29 Club Risqué Mendocino

# confluence aug 28-29 5pm-10am marin

# 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

# We need volunteers for the amazing FREE concert  & social justice rally that we produce. 
 6th Annual 911 POWER TO THE PEACEFUL FESTIVAL Saturday September 11 2004
 To volunteer, please email:
 Checks payable to: Power to the Peaceful 3470 19th St SF, CA  94110  USA
# Delectable Day of Play benefit for abused and neglected children on 
09/12/04. City Hall Civic Center

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

# Washington DC: Sep 18-19

# Sept 25

# Nov 6-7 2004 8th @ Brannan
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