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SF events 8.24
SF events 8.24
SF events 8.24
SF events 8.24

Free food for your burningman camp: come pick it up this week: SF 415 269 7738 or Palo Alto 650 854 5829  

The remineralization of forests, farms, orchards, and gardens with 
glacial gravel and rock dust is nature's way to regenerate and 
fertilize soils.

BBC: Bush and Blair nominated for the Nobel Prize
Sign the petition to stop this sycophantic idiocy:

Via NY Transfer News Collective  *  All the News that Doesn't Fit
Agencia Cubana de Noticias (AIN)
Fahrenheit 9/11 to be Mass Marketed on Video and DVD

# KUNDALINI YOGA for Beginners Tue Aug 10, 17, 24 & 31  2-3pm
FREE1607 Shattuck Berkeley

# The State Lands Commission staff has scheduled a public workshop 
Public Trust for Tuesday, August 24th at the State Building (new 
addition) in the Milton Marks Conference Center at 455 Golden Gate 
Avenue in San Francisco(Civic Center BART station).  4 PM to 7 PM.
 There will be a discussion of the various perspectives on the Public 
Trust lands: the public agency with oversight responsibilities, the 
developer and the general public. This is an important opportunity to 
learn about the Trust and have the opportunity to interact with the 
Executive Director and staff of the State Lands Commission.

# TUE, AUG 24 -- 6-9pm  CREATIVE ACTION NETWORK -- Launch Party
 RICA 1838 Union (at Laguna),
 The Creative Action Network is a group of
 over 100 creative professionals -- filmmakers,
 marketers, entrepreneurs, artists, musicians,
 attorneys, designers, executives, writers --
 united to take back the country from the
 far-right, advancing a progressive agenda
 nationwide through hard-hitting TV ads.
  come enjoy free drinks  and tapas. Kid Beyond 30-60 minutes of
 live-looping at 7pm. All ages. Free.

# Human Awareness Institute Introductory Presentations
 For over  35 years, the Human Awareness Institute (HAI) weekend  
workshops have  been a powerful vehicle supporting people in changing  
their lives. Introductory Presentations are an opportunity for you to  
get a sense  of what our workshop is all about.
 The event's format will include an informal  talk by a HAI presenter,  
followed by questions and answers and the  chance to participate in  
several loving and safe exercises. open to the general public.
 Tue 24 Aug Deepening Intimacy--Intro to the Tools
Opens 7p.m. for 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. presentation
Park-Bellevue Tower 565 Bellevue Ave, Oakland

# 8/24: Building an Anti-War Movement to Stop America's Other War (oakland downtown)  
 “Building an Anti-War Movement to Stop America’s Other War,” Tuesday, August 24, 2004, 7 to 9:30pm, Fellowship Hall of Humanity at 390 – 27th St in Oakland. Featuring Willie Mukassa Ricks, leader in the 1960’s Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) who coined the term “Black Power.” 
This event is sponsored by the African People’s Solidarity Committee (APSC) as part of the work to build the “March for Social Justice to Stop America’s Other War!” on October 23, 2004 in Oakland, California and other cities. (510) 295-7834 

# Wed Aug 25 Rally in downtown Palo Alto at “Listening for a Change” 
between 11AM and 1PM. at Lytton Plaza, (University and Emerson.)
  1PM. March to Congresswoman Anna Eshoo’s office
to show our opposition to the 9-11 Cover-Up and her committee’s H.R.
4104’s  Police State Proposal.
 Saturday, September 11th, 2004, Rally 10AM in San Francisco
in solidarity with people throughout the world join us in a Global Day of 
Action in support of the 9-11 Truth and Peace Movements. The Northern 
California 9-11 Truth Alliance will hold a rally against Lies, War, the 
Police State, & State Sponsored Terrorism, for Truth, Peace & Justice, 
Compassionate Impeachment at the Panhandle (between Oak and Fell at
Ashbury), 10:15 AM march/parade up Ashbury to Haight Street through Golden
Gate Park  to Speedway Meadow (about two miles) to arrive at the
 6th Annual 911 Power to the Peaceful Concert featuring Michael Franti & 
Spearhead 11AM, concert & social justice festival lasts until 5:00
PM and is free to all.
        Music, Art, Humor, Endorsements welcome. To help/endorse
(organizations or individ)  Carol Brouillet, 9-11 Truth 
Alliance, PO 60511, Palo Alto, CA 94306, tel. 650-857-0927, - - - - - - -  - 

# Sudan Day of Conscience Noon-1p Wed Aug 25 
Civic Center Plaza San Francisco (across from city hall)

# 5 events
 Wed, Aug 25 5pm - 7pm UN World Environment Day 2005 Pub Mtg
SF Main Public Library in the Latino-Hispanic Community Meeting Room
 (located on the Library's lower 100 Larkin Street at Grove San Francisco CA 
 Wed, Aug 25 7pm ART IN ACTION - Youth Power Arts Festival
Santa Cruz Veterans’ Hal 846 Front St Santa Cruz CA 
 Wed, Aug 25 7:30 pm  Screening of "Burials and Borders" 
by Paula Levine Yerba Buena Center for the Arts 701 Mission @ 3rd
 Wed, Aug 25 7:30 pm BAVC Digital Movies/Digital Culture
Yerba Buena Center 301 Mission Street at 3rd
 Wed, Aug 25 11pm - 1pm  Rally in downtown Palo Alto at 
"Listening for a Change" Lytton Plaza, (University and Emerson.)

#  SF Food Bank Wed Aug 25 6-8PM 900 Pennsylvania Ave 

# Thu, Aug 26 3-7pm Ecology Center's newest Berkeley Farmers' Market
 Grand Opening at its new Shattuck Avenue location
North Shattuck Farmers' Market Shattuck at Rose  Berkeley

# Vignettes of S.F. Home Movies Thu Aug 26 7-9pm $5  
Doors 7p 7:30-7:45 Guest Speaker: Don Levison & Friends
 Don Levison will present original 16mm films of early San Francisco
and Bay Area taken by his father, ranging from the mid 1920s to 1940.
These will include the construction and opening of the Golden Gate
Bridge, the Treasure Island Exposition of 1939 and other views around
the Bay.  These films will be shown on an original Bell & Howell Film
Projector dating from the 1920s.  Along with these wonderful films
will be shown some other 8mm home movies from private collections.
 Mission Dolores School Auditorium 3371 16th St@ Dolores

# Tribe's "Spank Me I'm 1" B-day Party Thu Aug 26 7:30-9:30 Free
 party is open to everyone and will include free drinks from 7:30-9PM 
for anyone who brings their profile page. performances on Odeon stage 
  "Kostume Kareoke" night immediately follows. The Odeon supplies 
 costumes+2,800 songs You get drunk and make a fool of yourself.
 The Odeon 3223 Mission Street @ Valencia to sign up

# Winston Smith Book Signing Thu Aug 26 8pm Free
 The Trilogy is at last complete! Join Winston and friends inaugural book
signing for his new tome: All Riot on the Western Front, Montage Art of 
Winston Smith Vol III 104 pages of wild and wacky weirdness
that Winnie peddles as "art", published by Last Gasp of SF
 Smith's work has been featured in Playboy, Spin, and
The New Yorker, as well as on album covers for
Dead Kennedys, Green Day, DOA, George Carlin, etc.
Dinosaurs ravage suburbia while dodos frolic with
Gibson girls. Guaranteed to shock and awe!
 Varnish Fine Art 77 Natoma (off 2nd St @ Mission & Howard)

)'( Paddy Mirage Fundraising Train Thu 26 Aug @ Swig 561 Geary 8p-2a
 Entertainment: Da Capo, Benny Taffe, Irish DJ Stiophan Luithar,
 And us....... juggling, singing, dancing and probably falling down a lot )'(

# "It's like That: 20 years of RUN-DMC-JMJ"
Legendary Hip Hop Group Honored by Epic Photo Exhibition
50 works/ 30 Artists/ 20 Years Aug 5th - Aug 29th
 Featuring Live Music by J-Boogie, Aima, Duece Eclipse, B-Love
Charles Cooper, Diversify, Romanowski Hosted by TeN of Quad
 PUNCH GALLERY 155 Tenth @ Mission free
1) Bring together the landowners, local spring lovers and Burning Man
participants to improve ecological and user conditions at Frog Pond Springs.
2) Create a volunteer network to promote environmental stewardship, first
at Frog Pond and then at significant sites around the Black Rock Desert.
Participants must come self-sufficient & prepared to work hard, learn, and
share in a celebratory spirit. Details
sign up early at )'(

# Back to School party Fri Aug 27 4p-2am free w/UESF memb card; $7 
United Educators of SF and School Workers! Unionists and
Teachers! Pro-education Hipsters! Ex-Class Clowns!
 Friends going to the Burn while we go Back to School?
 Shake off your end-of-the-summer blues with United Educators of
SF first 'Back To School' Jam 3 of SF's hottest bands, 3 DJs,
Happy Hour, snacks, funk, rock, hip-hop, and soul for $7?
             (10-piece funk/rock/hip-hop machine)
 GRIDDLE (your personal progressive rock saviors)
 RYP (folk/funk sensation)...opens @ 7pm & DJs?:  DJ Goldmyne  
 DJ Manny Black  DJ Shyza Studio Z, 314 11th St@ Folsom 21+

# Fri Aug 27 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza

# sPaZ rolleR diSco Fri Aug 27 9pm-? Donation, $5 suggested
 spAz-mutant Roll Skat Disco!!! 1-800-486-6862
 dj's include: tomkat  megabitch  julie julz  goToxy  Mark Amoeba
 at Nascent Project north, west berkeley, near gilman. 3rd St. (Jones)
Berkeley 510-559-9427  1-800-HUM-NUMB

# Aug 27-29 Club Risqué Mendocino

# Come to the Earth First! ACTION Rendezvous on Aug 27-30.
 Come and give a training, help plan an action, or find out how to get
involved in Biscuit Forest Defense at the Earth First ACTION Rendezvous.
We will be camping in the breathtaking Klamath-Siskiyou mountains within
the largest public timber sale of all time, the Biscuit Salvage Sale.
 See this amazing fire touched forest, learn about threats to the
greater region, and learn or share the skills to defend Cascadia.
 Activities will include singing, dancing, playing, timber sale monitoring,
campaign and tactic discussions, action planning, and many inspiring
trainings and activities. call Cascadia Earth First!...get involved
and help us to save the Biscuit Matrix.
Call 541 482-2640 or email

# 8/28: Zero Waste Network Conference (oakland downtown)
Recycling is important, but it's not enough! Preventing waste, reducing toxic materials, creating jobs, forcing manufacturers to make cleaner products, composting, recycling and MORE are part of the Zero Waste approach. Visit for information about zero waste and about this conference in downtown Oakland. 
 Sat Aug 28 8 am - 5 pm  Oakland, Federal Building at 1301 Clay St, North Tower, 
3rd Floor Auditorium. 
  This one-day event is a gathering of Zero Waste experts and advocates from across North America and around the globe. Attendees will be collaborating to move the ideas of Zero Waste into action.       Who should attend? 
· Community activists fighting landfills or incinerators and advocating the Zero Waste alternative 
· Allies in waste prevention campaigns 
· Green Jobs advocates 
· Anyone interested in learning more about Zero Waste 
 Visit to sign up! 

 A Public Rally in Washington Square Park, North Beach, San Francisco
 Sat Aug 28 1 PM to 5 PM Performance Art Stage featuring:
 Poetry Readings, Music, Spoken Word, and Live Theater. All dedicated to 
Our Freedom of Expression. Come face-to-face with "controversial", 
thought-provoking and completely UN-censored Art: Feast your eyes on a 
powerful visual message. Jack Hirschman - Poetry
 Pono - Indie/Pop/Rock/Electronic Folk Terrorism
 We also even have a few SURPRISE guests that you will not want to miss!
 The events that led up to this rally: The Guy Colwell painting, the 
threats to and assault on gallery owner Lauri Haigh, and the eventual 
closing of Capobianco Gallery etc.      Abuse Painting in City Hall?
 the capobianco gallery is closed
 Attacked for art, S.F. gallery to close Backers rally
after violent responses to painting of tortured Iraqis          Guy Colwell

# PolyAmory Potluck: Main Love+Politics Meeting and Potluck
 Satu Aug 28. 6p potluck.  meeting 7-9:30.  Wendy-O Matik, author of 
Redefining Our Relationships: Guidelines for Responsible Open 
Relationships, will be making a presentation and leading 
 2139 O'farrell, just 1 block from the intersection of Geary/Divis
 please RVSP or (301)325-4460.

# Sweet & Sour, Queer Film Night Sat Aug 28 doors 7pm, show 8 $5 
 Film screenings that raise money for film creation:
featuring 8 short films: Shawna Virago's Hustle  & Shut-Up Josephine
Jeanette Aguilar's Simone's 24 - Shani Heckman's Another Day
Leslie Satterfield's Scar & Come Back to Bed - Ricky Lee's Hella Hos
Karla Ramirez's Mind If I Call You Sir?            squidlist
 Artist Television Access 992 Valencia @ 21st
# Happy Tree Friends 3rd Strike screening,Q&A Sat Aug 28 8 PM Free
 Featuring some of the "cutest" (and most unlucky) animated critters Borderlands Books 866 Valencia 
(bet. 19th & 20th) 415-824-8203 

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

# RAWSTOCK II - THE BIG FIG FEST Macdonald Farm, Sebastopol, Ca  
 August 28-30 (707) 829-0362

# Trannies On Film Saturday, Aug 28,29 2-6pm $5 Nobody turned away 
 New College of California Cultural Center 766 Valencia  (@19th)
 Saturday: 2- A brand new short film by Shawna Virago
2:05 - Born Queer: Dear Doctors by Eli se Mbessakwini
2:15 - A film about trans representation in sitcoms.
3:30 - Toilet Training by Tara Matik & Sylvia Rivera Law Project
4:15 - Iron Ladies by Yongyoot Thongkonthoon
 Sunday: 1:30 - Self Portrait #1: Reverence, How Long Has It Been and 
True Spirit by Tobaron Waxman
2:15 - No Dumb Questions by Melissa Regan
3- Shinjuku Boys by Kim Longinotto & Jano Williams

 Parts: Photos and Prints by Emma Ramstad, Shana Agid, and Del LaGrace
Volcano in conjunction with Trannies on Film (with support from Fresh
Meat Productions) August 18th–September 8th
At New College Cultural Center 766 Valencia (between 18th and 19th) SF
 Art opening post screening of Trannies on Film, Sun Aug 29  4pm  766 Valencia Street (@19th)   squidlist
# 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)

# Sun, Aug 29 2pm  "The Selling Off Of San Francisco" & 
Privatization Scams That Threaten Our Lives & Basic Services
Women1s Building Audre Lorde Room 3543 18th St./Valencia St.

#  A Really Really Free Market (for the rest of us) 8/29, 2-5 pm Join a celebration of sharing! 
 Sharon Meadow, Golden Gate Park SF, CA (near JFK Dr. & Kezar, 
toward eastern side of park, near carousel,Children,s Playground, 
near the tennis,bowling 
 Reclaim Our Commons, Take It Back! 
Seeds will GROW where the Empire cracks... 
 Co-create and co-experience 
fabulous displays of kindness and generosity 
and outrageous alternatives to greed! 
 The Really Really Free Market 
is not for profit and has no prophets... 
itís for people... itís for the rest of us in the bottom 95%! 
 Share Your Stuff: 
food, flowers, toys, clothing, art, poems, fruit, vegetables, herbs, CDs, tools, books, magazines, bubbles, stickers, seeds, stories, balloons, candles, chocolate, beach balls, cards, plants, music, miscellany, and more...          Share Your Skills: 
massage, acrobatics, drawing, silk-screening, music, hair cutting, juggling, armor building, language, jewelry making, dancing, humor, face painting, games, repairing, yoga, haiku, acting, origami, knitting, puppets, singing, storytelling, magic, and more... 
 Share Your Potential: 
wishes, dreams, fantasies, potential, imagination, power, ideas, passion, energy, spirit, compassion, love, utopianism, and more... 
 Share your freedom: 
bring your freedom, get your freedom, 
fly your freedom, smile your freedom, 
sing your freedom, dance your freedom, 
live your freedom, BE your freedom! 
Bring what you value to share 
with others in the Really Really Free Market. 
It won't be Really Really Cool 
unless you bring the Really Really Cool stuff. 
   Bring your friends, bring your kids, 
bring your joy, bring yourself! 
   Be wild and brave, be natural and human, be creative and cool, 
and be Really, Really, FREE! 
   The Really Really Free Market 
is part of the global justice movement, 
showing alternatives to corporate so-called free trade 
and corporate so-called free markets. 
   The Really Really Free Market demonstrates 
that ìanother world is possibleî... 
and that we can make and live that world NOW! 
   A Really Really Free Market 
is a demonstration of a  gift economy 
a  moral economy , a  cooperative economy   
a  people s economy  and a practical demonstration of 
Reclaiming Our Commons by calling forth 
the amazing goods, services, talents, skills, cheer, creativity, and generosity 
that we all have and can all share with one another. 
  No need for money, profit, hierarchy, domination, leadership, corporations, commodification, destruction, alienation, genetic engineering, torture, toxic waste, greed, bombs, envy, suffering, killing, plutocrats, parasites... 
 This is a day off from all that, with the hope of birthing something new... 

# Sun Aug 29 4-6 pm Palo Alto local arborist Dave Muffly tour trees  
 Tree Walk free  meet Rinconada Park, corner of Hopkins and Harriet. 

# August,  Santa Cruz mountains

# full moon August 30th @ 2:22am 

)'(  Aug 30 - Sep 6 2004 fire desert camp art
2x / month Newsletter:> (you can actually type in Black 
 Rock City) or <> 
The professionals like to pontificate about weather here: 
and here's more weather jargon and lunacy:'(

)'(Temple of Venus will be serving women from Wed-Sat 1PM - 5PM 
 (or by appointment.) We are located on Venus near 2:00, behind the 
 Opulent Temple -- together we are The Opulent Temple of Venus. )'(

)'( Lorin 2am THU NIGHT @ DISORIENT 10:00 b/w Mercury Venus
12:30 a.m. FRI NIGHT @ SOL SYSTEM 10:00 Esplanade
 FRI NIGHT @ EL CIRCO 2:00 Esplanade big white dome)
this camp is going to be going off all night Friday
night and all night Saturday night..Tifa?s show beams
down around 11pm Friday night...later on, around 3 am,
I will be playing deep, naughty, slinky beats...
attempting a distinctly different feel from saturday's
set: one part emphasis on Groove, two parts emphasis
on Throb, ...the slow wobbling bawmbz..... 
SAT NIGHT @ LUSH CAMP 2:00 Espl 5-6:30am next to dome

)'(  Fri Sep 3 4pm @ The Man Critical-Tits Bike Ride )'( 

Black Rock Animal Control for human animals



 Shovels, pickaxes, McLeods, Chainsaw, pruning saws,Loppers, pruners,
 axes, machetes, Tarps, wheelbarrow, rope, Leather gloves
 Bring donate Earth Guardians Esplanade KICK-OFF Wed 9.1
2PM: Ingredients announced The Man: 180 degree side - facing Ctr Camp

Black Rock City NV 94110 I'll keep adding these to the top...

13 Moon at 2and Saturn. Sol System @ 10/ Esplanade 

7:30 Esplanade Black Rock Roller Disco

5 and Venus with Snuggletown

Lite Brite camp is at 8:30 and Mercury

*Green Gorilla Camp* 2& Neptune

AD COW COUNTRY CLUB --  Woonami Village Mercury and 7:00.

7 - Earth Woonami South Central Jesus

4 o'clock & Mercury Monkey Puzzle  ooo ooo eeek!

4:20 and Mercury! Mutaytor baby! :)

8:30 and Mercury at the Rainforrest Refugee Camp

Blyss Abyss 3:30 & Mecury

Those are the new.  Below are camps on previous calendar.

Infinite Oasis 4:30 Mars, Earth

Comfort & Joy Mercury @ 7:30

6:30 and Earth (I think), BLD Blue Light District

HOTD is at 5& Mercury.   Area 54, 4and Esplanade.

Please come relax at the Jail within Avalon Space Station (A.S.S.) at 
6:30 and Earth to get a poloroid of your stay in the Slammer to send to 
the folks back home and have us whisper gentle suggestions of how next 
to commit your own playa travesties! "There's No Place Like Jail"

($ECRET ENCODED MESSAGE: On Thursday, September 2nd @ 6pm, you will 
appear in Center Camp at Billion Bunny Voyage To Lepus Landia dressed 
like a space bunny. You will have a sudden craving for crisp carrots 
and you will join the Billion Bunny March to protest humanity and all 
humanoid life forms! You will demand that the Man, if he can't give way 
to a furrier life form, at least put on a pair of bunny ears!- END of 
LadyBee's 2004 BM Theme Art Highlights:

# To help get it in SF, CONCERT  Sept 1--Studio Z:  A LITTLE REBELLION
 Rock & Roll Fundraiser for PersonsInc.

# Sat, Sep 4 10a-3pm  World Food Fest Event IV. - Asian Cuisine
Berkeley Farmers' Market Center St. at Martin Luther King, Jr  Berkeley

# September 4 & 5- SF Zinefest -Cellspace, SF - 10AM- 5P

# Sun Sept 5 Picnic; Hiking; Giant Kiting (with FREE BEER) 11 a.m. on 
At the light across from the Exploratorium, don't go left to the Bridge, 
split off straight/right, past warehouse-looking buildings.  Crissy Field 
parking is to your right, where signs direct.  If too confusing, call Eros  
415/752-2699, or cell that day at  415/710-2533.  

# Thu, Sep 9 5-9pm  SPARK BLOCK PARTY and BAVC Open House
Florida @ Mariposa & 17th) Free or $5 don

# Get Freaky! 9.10 Club Mighty Utah @15th

# 9-11 Ceremony Chrissy Field (Warming Hut) Start time 5:30AM
 On September 11, 2004 a ceremony in remembrance of those who lost 
their lives will take place at Crissy Field near the Warming Hut.  
From this location the Golden Gate Bridge will be beautifully lit up 
as we approach sunrise. Jeffrey Orth, who became know as the "Flag 
Man" for walking the Golden Gate Bridge, holding a flag high, every 
weekday for eight months will lead the event.  Please join us.
 Scheduled participants include:   San Francisco Girls chorus
Perry Saxton (SFFD)  Sings national anthem
Dr. Farid Younos PhD.  Afgahani-American Muslim Scholar, Stanford
91st Army Division Color Guard and Riffle Salute Team
San Francisco Gay & Lesbian Marching Band
Plus various dignitaries and representatives.
 Directions to get there:  Follow Marina Boulevard all the way to the 
end.  Enter the Presidio.  Follow Old Mason Street (once in the 
Presidio) and go the end.  Look for the Warming Hut.
 Jeffrey Orth    (415) 931-6909

# This is a "Friendly Favors" event; go to to sign up.
2004 Sep 11th - Sat at 9:30 AM Sir Francis Drake @ College, Kentfield.
JIM MARRS & KEVIN DANAHER - 9/11 Conference in Marin
9/11 as a symptom of a larger social, political, and spiritual crisis.
Transformation through inspired truth-telling, peace-making, and
forgiveness. Location: College of Marin, Fusselman Hall Please see DETAILS at > EVENTS
# Sep 11 Power To The Peaceful Concert GG Park Michael Franti

# What's your library doing on September 11?
 September Project collection of people, groups, orgs working to create
day of engagement, a day of conversation, a day of democracy.

# Sat, Sep 11, 2004 10am Rally in SF Panhandle  Oak / Fell/Ashbury
Global Day of Action in support of the 9-11 Truth and Peace
 10:15 AM march/parade up Ashbury to Haight Street through Golden Gate 
Park to Speedway Meadow (about two miles) to arrive at the
6th Annual 911 Power to the Peaceful Concert featuring Michael Franti & 
Spearhead beginning at 11AM, concert & social justice festival lasts until 
5PM and is free to all. Music, Art, Humor, Endorsements welcome.
 Endorsers of the protest include- Berkeley Gray Panthers, Grandmothers For 
Peace International, Riva Enteen- Chair, KPFA Local Station Board, 
Brandon Batzloff- Director, Free Voices  Veteran's 
for Peace- Chapter 69  
East Bay Food Not Bombs
For more details contact- Carol Brouillet, Northern California 9-11 
Truth Alliance,, 650-857-0927

# SAT SEP 11 UN PLAZA 11a-1pm

# We need volunteers for the amazing FREE concert  & social justice rally
 6th Annual 911 POWER TO THE PEACEFUL FESTIVAL Sat Sept 11 
payable to: Power to the Peaceful 3470 19th St SF, CA  94110  USA

# Sat Sept 11, 8pm-4am “9-11: The Day the Lie Died” at
art, dance, music, film, performance and community dedicated to raising 
awareness and mobilization in regards to the Sept 11, 2001, attacks.  
Featuring the film, “Hijacking Catastrophe,” speakers, performances, art 
installations, and audiovisual art by djs/vjs: Neptune, Chris Sia & 
Geeno, An*Ten*Nae, Brother, Videojon, Caroluna, “9-11: The Day the Lie 
Died” is both a memorial of the victims and a mobilization of our 
community to seek the truth of the Sept 11, 2001 events, in order to 
restore true democracy and peace.  free,public.  Freedom to the republic.

# Kid Beyond- 8/29 - 9/5: Burning Man -- 10 shows all week
- Tue, 9/7: The Vowel Movement -- Studio Z
- Thu, 9/9: Fringe Festival -- Late Night w/God
- Fri, 9/10: Sublounge -- Sister SF (me in drag!)
- Sat, 9/11: Fringe Fest -- Late Night w/God
- Sat, 9/11: Anon Salon -- 9th & Folsom
- Sat, 9/11: Studio 352 -- 3rd & Clement
- Sun, 9/12: Day of Play benefit -- City Hall
- Fri, 9/17: Cellspace -- ANDC
- Sat, 9/18: Fringe Fest -- Late Night w/God
- Sun, 9/19: Fringe Fest -- Late Night w/God
- 9/21 - 9/26: New York City Peace,
 Andrew Chaikin, aka Kid Beyond |
To subscribe
# Delectable Day of Play benefit for abused and neglected children on 
09/12/04. City Hall Civic Center

# Sunday, Sept 12    Free Opera and FREE BEER in  Golden Gate Park  
11:15 a.m. 415/710-2533
Sharon Meadow is at the southeastern end of the 
park, between the Children's Playground and the 
tennis courts across the street from the huge 
Victorian Glass House.  Opera 1:30-4:00), but to help with 
seating please try to join group during singing 
warm-ups by 11:15 a.m. 

# Headwaters Reunion Sep 13th-17  Grizzly Creek State Park Campgrounds. 
RSVP Shunka Wakan North Coast Earth First! (707) 268-5613

# Thu, Sep 16 5:30 pm Take It Personally: The Global Water Crisis
The Commonwealth Club of California 595 Market 2nd floor
 Dame Anita Roddick, Founder of the Body Shop, Author, Activist
 Reception: 5:30 p.m. / Program 6p.m. / Booksigning 7:15 p.m. $15
# Earthdance Black Oak Ranch  Sep 17,18,19.

# Washington DC: Sep 18-19

# "How Berkeley can you be" Parade SUN SEP 19 

# Fri Sep 24 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza

# Sept 25

# World Vegetarian Day we need your help Sun 26 Sep Golden Gate Park Noelle

 # Wed, Sep 29, 2004 - Sat, Oct 2, 2004      
 Engineers for a Sustainable World National Conference, SOLUTIONS FOR A 
SHRINKING PLANET: Sustainable Engineering and Enterprise
Stanford Univ

# Oct 1-3 NorCal Arts and Music Fest Psychedelic City. town all to 

)'( SF Decompression Sun Oct 10 
volunteer, theme camp, art, perform )'(

# Global WALKOUT for Peace, Freedom & Justice for all
 FRI OCT 22, 2004

# national Liberation Now! conference
 University of California @ Berkeley Oct 29-31, 2004 $10 includes 
vegan meals, a free gift bag, and tons of great speakers

# Corporations trying to gut nations's strongest consumer protection 
in Nov. election with Prop 64:
 They're claiming lawsuits that help people are "frivolous."  
 Vote NO on prop 64, which would also gut environmental protections.

# Nov 6-7 2004 8th @ Brannan
new economy built upon sustainability, ecology, and social justice 
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.