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This list has:
1) Must See
2) Stuff about me (brief)
3) SF (Bay Area) Event listing
4) Good Folks playing other places
5) Art thing & artist I liked -this week
6) Place to send your art (calls for submission)
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MUST SEE:

October 7 - Writers With Drinks- Make Out Room- 22nd Street & Mission, SF -
7PM-$3-$5
Dossie Easton, Devin Grayson, Will Franken, Alvin Orloff and Storm Florez

October 10-HURRICANE KATRINA BENEFIT - elbo room- 17th & valencia st., SF-
8Pm -$10
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ME UPDATES:

- All I have to say (just about) -
http://www.livejournal.com/users/mskittywhore/
- I got a copy of Chemical Lust with my story in (and many other people's
great stories)- yea!
- Tease-a-roma was great!
- Hung out with great folks and been writing a bit
- Going to have another sex PSA in 'Kitchen Sink Magazine'
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SF EVENTS: now-Oct 16th- more at http://www.lilycat.com

EXTENDED RUNS

September 19 - Oct 8( Tues- Sat)-"Tiki Art Two: The Second Coming of a New
Art God."-Shooting Gallery- 839 Larkin Street, SF-noon- 7 pm
a group show featuring: Bosko, Dave Burke, Davey, Kirsten Easthope, Crazy Al
Evans, Ewik, Makoto, Munktiki/Paul Nielsen, Munktiki/Stuckie, Niagara,
Isabel Samaras, Shag, Miles Thompson, Tiki Tony, Heather Watts, Derek
Yaniger

September 28-November 29 (Tues)-The New Memoirists Workshop -10 Sessions-
7-9:30 PM- $475
To register or for more information, call 415-567-6689 or email to
Akpoem2@aol.com

Sept 30 - Oct 21(Fri)- Four Years & Still Not Famous! - Dark Room - 2263
Mission St., SF-10pm- $10
UPHILL BOTH WAYS Comedy
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October 6 - Little Minsky's Burlesque- Club Deluxe- 1511 Haight St., SF-
10pm - $5

October 6 & 13 -Mad Cat Film Festival- Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley
http://www.madcatfilmfestival.org

October 6 -Tourettes-OAKLAND METRO- 201 Broadway, Oakland- Sign up: 8PM- $7
A poetry slam

October 6 - Mear- 111 Minna Gallery-111 Minna Street, SF- 7pm-11pm

Oct 6 - BINGOTOPIA w/ Underwater City People (a band)-The Knockout- 3223
Mission St., SF -8PM

October 7, 8, & 9 - Opening our Studios-1313 Mason St, SF-(Fri- 6pm -10pm,
Sat & Sun- 10am- 6pm)
With http://marinaomi.com

October 7, 8-Power Up! - 760 Market Street Suite 1056, SF-8PM- $17
Fake Personal Power Seminar with Sean Kelly

Oct Oct 7-8 -TVLand Presents Star Trek Episode 4: Mudd's Women- Theatre
Tableau Vivant 574 Natoma Street, SF-8pm & 10pm- $15

October 7 & 8(fri and Sat) - Vampire Tours - http://www.sfvampiretour.com/
Educational, spooky, fun

October 7 - Writers With Drinks- Make Out Room- 22nd Street & Mission, SF -
7PM-$3-$5
Dossie Easton, Devin Grayson, Will Franken, Alvin Orloff and Storm Florez

October 7 - Opening of "Vanilla Sex"- Center For Sex & Culture- 398 11th
St.,SF - 8PM - 11PM - Free
show of romantic images of explicit sex that challenge the banality of
pornography, by noted local photographer Michael Rosen. . Light
refreshments, raunchy readings and erotic performances! - Charles Gatewood
will read

October 7 - Comedy! w/ Danny Dechi-"Jimmie's" -1731 San Pablo St,
Oakland-8PM- FREE

October 7-MONDO PORNO HORRORSHOW-Cafe DuNord- 2170 Market, SF-8PM-$15
Charm School Dropouts, Mauve Velour (members of The Servants), Zombie Pinup
Girls, Bombshell Betty

October 7-30- (Fri & Sat - 7:30PM & (Sun-3PM)- Batman!!! The TV Show: The
Play- Dark Room -2263 Mission, SF - $15

October 7 - Swedish Shorts- Henry Miller Library- Highway One, Big Sur,
-http://www.henrymiller.org
"Perhaps the most astonishing moments ever created in a Swedish film" Ingmar
Bergman

Oct 7 & 8-The 11th Annual In The Street Festival- 500 block of Ellis., SF,
7th- 5-10pm &8th 11am-6pm
Merchants of the New Bizzare play and so does Big Burlesque (at 1PM on Sat)

October 8-HELLA IN ARENAS-Oakland Arena, Oakland
w/ System of a Down, Mars Volta

October 8 (Sat)-Dirty Little Secret-Empire Plush Room's, SF-11PM-$25
Part Camp, Part Burlesque, All Vaudeville baby!

October 8-The Photo Special - Art opening-The House of Shields, SF-6PM-9PM
-$5
With works by three local artists: Teresa Renee Norris-Mark Dong-Chris
Koperski-Oct. 8th

October 8-Rhythm & Muse- Berkeley Art Center- 1275 Walnut St., Berkeley-6:30
p.m (sign-up)-free
features poet/singer/songwriter Alice Templeton. Open mic sign-up .

Ocober 8 - Nonprofit Boot Camp in SF-
http://www.craigslistfoundation.org/bootcamp.html

Oct 8-Morbid Curiosity- True Halloween Tales-Spellbinding Tales-1901A
Encinal Ave, Alameda-7-9 pm
Readers will include William Selby, Dorian Katz, Claudius Reich, Lilah Wild,
Chris West, Joe Donohoe, and Simon Wood. We’ll discuss witches, cemeteries,
blood, roadkill, and fear.

October 9- Joan Gelfand reading as part of LitQuake-Koret Auditorium- San
Francisco Public Library.
http://www.litquake.org/

October 9-KARTINA AND BEYOND -Studio Z.tv- 314 11th St., SF- 8pm -$10
Music by THE ZYDECO FLAMES, PATRICK WINNINGHAM, DAN VICKREY(of the Counting
Crows)

October 9 -Litquake with Heather Gold- The Latin American Club -3286 22nd
Street, SF- 7 p.m

October 9(Sun)-"Bad Movie Night" - At The Dark Room Theatre- Mission St.
betw 18th & 19th, S.F. -8PM Remember TV's Mystery Science Theatre? The show
where they ran those awful cheesy science fiction movies and had a bunch of
jokers seen in silhouette commenting on them all through the picture?

October 9 - Decompression- 19th Street & Minnesota, SF -12PM-1:30AM- $10

October 9 -Sex Ed Students' Salon! -CSC- 398 11th St, SF- 7PM - free (though
donations are good)
Come join other students in local sex ed programs, or if you are
specializing in sex-related topics within other programs -- or if you're
just thinking about going back to school!

October 10- QComedy- LGBT Community Center- 1800 Market St, SF- 7:30
pm-$8-$15
host is Marilyn Pittman. Also appearing: Amma, Ali Mafi, Jane Barbone,
Shelley Steward, Lynnee Breedlove,

October 10-HURRICANE KATRINA BENEFIT - elbo room- 17th & valencia st., SF-
8Pm -$10
featuring six of the Bay Area's funkiest bands. Join California Music Award
winners the Marginal Prophets, Kofy Brown, Psychokinetics, Four Year Bender,
London Street and Ray Wilcox (formerly of !Tang and Zircus) for a night of
funk, soul, rock and hip-hop on Monday

October 11-Left Coast Writers- "Canvas Gallery-1200 9th Avenue, SF- 8PM-FREE

October 10-"With a Rough Tongue" -The Center For Sex & Culture- 398 11th
St.,SF - 7PM

October 11- Bay Area Stand-Up Comedy! - "Canvas Gallery-1200 9th Avenue, SF-
8PM-FREE

October 11-Next Slam-El Rio- 3158 Mission St., SF-7:30pm sign-up- $5

October 11-( tuesday night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight
Street, SF-8:30 ? 11:30pm

October 11-( tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF-
10PM
Music and open mic

October 11-"One Night Stand" -COBB's Comedy Club- 915 Columbus Ave.SF-
8pm-$50
evening of political satire benefiting the Planned Parenthood Golden Gate
Action Fund Will Durst, Betsy Salkind, Chelsea Handler, Tina Kim

October 11-Next Slam-Bear's Lair- Corner of Bancroft & Telegraph, Bottom fl.
Student Union, UC Berkeley - 7:30 sign up- All ages- $3

October 12- Comedy Showcase!- "50 Mason Lounge" -50 Mason Street, SF- 8PM-$7
w/ Danny Dechi

October12 (every Wednes) -Club Pirate Cat-Catalyst Cocktails -312 Harriet
St., SF-9 PM - Free Cheap
Drinks, and more Electroclash, New Wave, Death Rock tunes than you can shake
your ass too

Octr 12(every Wednes)-Poetry Slam-Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck., Berkeley-
8:30-11pm. Sign-ups: 7:30.
Hosts: Charles Ellik & Betsy Roll. Live Music: 3 Blind Mice

October 12, 19, & 26-Laugh Dammit! -SF Comedy Club- 50 Mason- 50 Masont,
SF-8PM- $7
A collection of funny people like - Tony Sparks, Ian Jensen, Mike Spiegelman

October 12- The Odeon Presents: ASK DR. HAL-Cafe Du Nord, SF-7:30pm-$7

October 13- Out Damned Spot- The Cherry Bar, SF

October 14- Medications-Bottom Of The Hill -1233 17th St, SF-10pm -$10
w/ From Monument to Masses. 21+

Oct 15, 22, & 29-Lynnee Breedlove^(1)s One Freak Show-The Darkroom- 2366
Mission, SF-10pm -$10
Less Rock, More Hilarity has been extended!

October 15 - "The Wild Creatures: Collected Stories of Sam
D'Allesandro"-http://www.litquake.org/

October 15 - Big Sur-realism: Film & Music - Henry Miller Library- Highway
One, Big Sur, -http://www.henrymiller.org - Film curators Liz Keim, Nicole
Minor and Melinda Stone join forces with Mobius Operandi

October 15 - LitQuake - Good Vibrations- Valencia & 17th St.,
SF--http://www.litquake.org/

October 15-LITCRAWL-Borderlands Books, 866 Valencia St., SF-6:30-7:45 p.m.
w/ Morbid Curiosity's editor Loren Rhoads

October 15 -FAIRY BUTCH - RETROSEXUAL-12 Galaxies-, 2565 Mission St., SF
-9:30PM

October 16- Neurotic - The Cat Club- Folsom @ 8th, SF- 10PM-$6
Fudgie Frottage, Trauma Flinstone, Burly Q

Oct 16-An all-day Legal Defense Seminar for Adult Entertainers-Center For
Sex & Culture, SF- $100
featuring Harvard educated criminal defense attorney Katya Komisaruk,

October 16-Sex-Positive Parenting Salon & Discussion-Center for Sex &
Culture- 398 11th St.,SF- 7 pm
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San Jose, LA & NEW YORK EVENTS:

San Jose - Pacific Art Collective  -
http://www.pacificartcollective.com/cxpo.htm
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LA>

 October 6 - Vaudvile - Theatre du Grotesque - The Acme Comedy Theater
135 North La Brea Ave, Hollywood -$13- 8pm

Storm & The Balls .
 10/7 & Sat. 10/8 Molly Malone's in Los Angeles
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NY> Candy from Strangers
Oct. 18  Pussycat Lounge -96 Greenwich St. New York, NY
19  The Trash Bar- 256 Grand St. between Driggs & Roebling, Brooklyn, NY
Oct. 20  Arlene's Grocery (M.E.A.N.Y. Fest 2005)-95 Stanton St, New York,
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HOT TIPS: (Sweet Folks- I have run across this week) -Thanks yous to:

1) Chemical Lust -writers of cherry bleeds....transgressive writers.
here's the info:
http://www.cherrybleeds.com/monophonic/

2) Interviewed richard hell
http://www.drinkswithtony.com/

3) Trippy Art
 http://www.rodneyland.com
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SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)

1) Sick people need your help!
http://capwiz.com/immune/home/'
and click on the button that says: Ensure Access to IVIG For Medicare
Patients Click Here.

2) What's My Line" 
The show's host, J. Keith is looking for more characters
with interesting talents or backgrounds. There is no pay, but if you'd like
to pass this along for you or anyone else that is interested on being on his
show, here is his Web site: www.jkeith.net

3) October 20 – November 17, Thursdays 7-10pm
MUSIC IN FILM class at FILM ARTS FOUNDATION
I will be teaching this class in the production track.  Please check out the
printed schedule of classes which is available around town.
http://www.filmarts.org/events.php?function=production

Knowing the Score: Music in Film
Thursdays, Oct. 20-Nov. 17, 7-10 pm (no class 11/3)

Music has historically served many purposes in film: to cover projector
noise, to help light and shadow compete against live vaudeville and
burlesque shows, and to elevate a novelty technology above the penny arcade.
While music in film still operates in many similar ways--covering poor
production sound, smoothing rough transitions, ameliorating poor acting,
reinforcing cinematic structure--its power lies in its ability to impart
emotional or subplot information, and create illusions of time and place.
Learn about the rich history and varied approaches of music in film. Watch
and analyze clips in class.

Jack Curtis Dubowsky has scored three independent features, numerous shorts,
and has composed music for television and advertising. He has worked in
music, film, and postproduction in Los Angeles, New York City, and San
Francisco, and has screen credit on two Pixar features. He has received
grants from Meet the Composer and the Zellerbach Family Fund.

$80/Filmmaker-level members; $125/others.

Film Arts Foundation
145 9th Street #101, San Francisco, CA, 94103

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XOXO - have a beautiful and creative day
   Melinda, lilycat, Ms Kittywhore, Boom Boom

http://www.lilycat.com
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