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Tuesday December 6
 12:00pm San Francisco: Emergency Rally for the Ancient Redwoods
 6:00pm Los Altos Hills: Screening of " Aristide and the Endless Revolution"

Wednesday December 7
 1:00pm San Francisco: Bay Area Action to Stop Global Warming
 7:00pm San Francisco: Sleepwalking to the End of the World? Ecological Landslides of Climate Change

SF, NYC, LA Calendars, ASHKENAZ and SF Indymedia PLUS+

OFFER: MacWorld Pass, Moscone Center  Jan 9-13 2006

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Moscone Center in January.

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Act now. This priority code is good until Dec 9th.


Chemical used in food containers disrupts brain development
Chemical Used In Food Containers Disrupts Brain Development


Fun hoop video

Oppose Alito and respond to Justice Sunday III

"stress makes you sick"

Click to join catapultthepropaganda


deforestation maps   Trees are disappearing:

Aspartame's impeccable Study proving cancer beyond any shadow of a doubt
 Aspartame, the _controversial  artificial sweetener
that was approved when Donald _Rumsfeld

Weather  Modification a Long-Established, Though Secretive, Reality

More of Third World Fit for Wind Power - UN Study CANADA: December 5, 2005

  Earth-friendly grenades proposed
Scientists say the little bombs could advance recycling as they annihilate people. (Story in World Science)

Middle Class Gets in Line for Help With Rising Heating Bills - by Paul Vitello, N.Y. Times  (read this story)
Fears of Big Freeze as Scientists Detect Slower Gulf Stream - by Steve Connor, The Independent UK  (read this story)
Gulf Stream ‘engine’ weakening, say scientists - by John von Radowitz (read this story)
Melting Arctic ice risks Canada-US territorial dispute - by Agence France Presse  (read this story)
The Peak Oil Crisis: Washington Stirs - by Tom Whipple, Falls Church Press (read this story)


See Salmon Spawn in Marin (santa rosa)

Here is some information on how to view coho salmon spawning in Lagunitas Creek and its tributaries. Thursday's storm raised water levels enough to kick off the season, which lasts into early January. 

 Here is a picture taken Saturday, 12-03 at the Leo Cronin Salmon Viewing area: 

 In the center of the picture is a female, and just above her is a large male. Note the red color of the male. The blur at upper left is another smaller male, which is hovering in hopes of a shot at fertilizing the female's eggs. Note the light color of the gravel around the female. This is a redd or nest, which she has dug by thrashing on her side. At the bottom of the picture is a much smaller male, called a jack, which is also hoping to get some action. The larger salmon spend about 3 years in the ocean, while the jacks are males that return after only 6 months in the ocean. 

 The salmon move in pulses about a day after each storm, so timing is very important. Be sure to ask other people in the area if they have seen salmon, word of mouth is the easiest way to find them. 

 Check this site for updates, tours and detailed information: 

 Here is a brocure and map of viewing areas: 

 This information is from The Exchange, a Santa Rosa based hiking group. If you enjoy hiking and nature outings such as salmon viewing, check out our website. 

 Watch the slideshow of pictures from past events and see the list of past outings. If it sounds like something you'd enjoy, click the "join the hiking exchange" link. You'll get emails a couple of times a month when someone puts together a hike or other outing.   -Paul


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 you've heard most all these points more than once here...


some more stickers with the idea of Re-Unification of Cascadia:




and here is a piece in a wiki on Cascadian reconstructed history

We need a mass exodus out of government, indoctrination centers, aka
"public"(what's so public about them?) schools.

We will never succeed at having a literate and informed electorate as
long as people give their children to (mind control facilities).

Compulsory attendance laws must be abolished so that no one has to go
to school or no parent has to send their children to school if they
don't want to.

ACLU to Sue CIA to stop the transportation of terror suspects 
to countries outside US legal authority.

Neo-Crazies Planning Beyond Iran!! 
 WAR :

Iraqi voters: Yankee Go Home!!!

FISK: America slowly confronts the truth

Kissenger is just a recycled NAZI everyone should either have known it or at least should be aware of it by now.  
 He sold the MIA'S and POW'S of Vietnam to the North Vietnamese yet he was hailed as a GREAT MAN.
 He has always sided with the Republicans so he should feel right at home with this bunch of recycled NAZI's.

Bad News For UK Energy      Can you say " peak oil "

« ASPO USA: Denver World Oil Conference
Straight Talking »
Bad News For UK Energy
On the 27th October the DTI published the following information, thanks to Nick Rouse for bringing it to my attention:

  For the three months June 2005 to August 2005 compared to the same period a year earlier:
  - production of petroleum fell by 16.2%;
  - production of natural gas fell by 17.0%;
  - production of coal and other solid fuels fell by 24.9%;
  - electricity produced from nuclear sources rose by 11.8%;
  - electricity produced from wind and natural flow hydro fell by 4.4%.
  Energy Trends Table 1.1

What I find amazing is why this wasn’t news. Why wasn’t this the talking point of the day with John Humphrys quizzing Malcolm Wicks in the morning, John Snow presenting some scary graphs at 7pm and Jeremy Paxman giving over Newsnight to the emerging crisis, it certainly deserves the coverage.

The 17% fall in natural gas is the most concerning in my opinion since there isn’t the import or storage capacity to make up such a huge difference even if the gas was available on the market. We can probably discount the increase in nuclear as an anomaly since we know the fleet is being decommissioned over the next decade or so, I’ll put it down to there being one or more reactors down for maintenance in 2004 that are operating again now.

I quoted this graph a few weeks ago from the DTI Energy Trends publication, it can now be updated with the latest data.
That doesn’t look pretty does it? I had to extend the y-axis to fit August on the graph! The extraction rate for August 2005 was 54.7TWh compared to 73.3TWh, a decrease of 25% year on year.

Most of the attention (well what little attention is on resource depletion at all!) seems to be on oil. Oil depletion and the term peak oil is becoming known, a few dozen books have been written, peak oil is mentioned in the newspapers every week or so but gas hardly gets a mention.

Even amongst the peak oil advocates gas is usually dismissed by saying the global gas peak is a decade or more after the global oil peak. This misses the point though. I think gas depletion will cause acute and more immediate problems in certain parts of the world than global peak oil and long before the global peak gas extraction rate. Yes, by certain parts of the world I mean the UK. America are also likely to have difficulties with gas this winter with the hurricane damage only compounding what was already looking like a very tight situation. 

The difference is that oil can be easily transported, in 1970/71 when American oil production peaked it wasn’t (too much) of a problem since the rate of extraction decline was low and more oil could be imported from overseas. A local gas peak is different. Post peak decline rates are likely to be faster than oil and it is incredibly difficult to import from overseas. This is the problem the UK now faces and I don’t see how we can overcome it. I doubt we will be able to replace beach gas lost through depletion and even if we do find a willing vendor they’ll be able to name their price whilst offering us little or no security of supply. 

With oil, gas, coal and soon nuclear energy production crashing, the UK must face reality, we must either reduce demand in a controlled fashion in line with reduced energy production, import energy at immense cost (if even available) or face serious disruption. 

 Some Solutions to the Sheople Problem

I would support the idea of moving Congresscritters (AND their staffs) back to 
their home districts, both because it would reduce costs (Washington is NOT an 
inexpensive city to live in) and because it would tend to make them (AND their 
staffs) more responsive to the people they supposedly represent.  

Tue Dec 6

# *Marbled Murrelets “Fly In” to Sen. Feinstein’s Office in Protest** *

*Nanning Creek Grove Logging Threatens Endangered Bird*

WHEN:  Tuesday, December 6, 12 noon
WHERE:  Office of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, One Post St., (at Market) San Francisco
WHAT:  Marbled Murrelets, sea birds that depend on old growth forests for nesting, will “fly in” to Sen. Feinstein’s office to protest destruction of their habitat in rare ancient redwood forest on California’s north coast. Besides the murrelets, activists will bring photo representations of the old growth grove.
WHY: Ancient redwoods, some over 15 feet in diameter, standing over 300 ft tall, likely to be thousands of years old. are being logged in prime marbled murrelet habitat on Maxxam/Pacific Lumber land.  This elimination of habitat of the murrelet, listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) is allowed under a provision of the 1999 Headwaters Deal, negotiated by Sen. Feinstein as well as other federal officials and Maxxam CEO Charles Hurwitz.
In recent weeks, activists have locked to trucks, climbed and maintained vigils high in the branches of giant trees, and challenged US Fish & Wildlife Service’s permitting of this plan in the courts, but logging of massive trees on steep hillsides continues.
photos: file://localhost/pub/

#  EMERGENCY RALLY for the Ancient Redwoods     CALL TO ACTION! 
    from the Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters 
Come out and Stand Up for the Ancient Redwoods! 

EMERGENCY RALLY !!  Tuesday Dec. 6 at noon 

Sen. Dianne Feinstein's office 
One Post St. @ Market, San Francisco 


On Veteren's day, Maxxam/Pacific Lumber (PL) started logging in the Nanning Creek Grove in Humboldt County, and have now moved into the ANCIENT REDWOOD GROVE that includes trees OVER 15 FEET IN DIAMETER and up to 2000 years old. 

Earth First! and Humboldt Forest Defense activists have erected tree-sits in the branches of some of the massive trees, and have held vigils at the logging road gate outside Scotia, including a lock-down action last Monday when four people were arrested. 


Nanning Creek Grove is east of the company town of Scotia and comprises the largest chunk of in-tact unprotected habitat for the federally listed Marbled Murrelet in California. 

Logging in this rare habitat, which should be protected under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) is allowed under provisions of the 1999 Headwaters Deal, negotiated by Senator Feinstein and other government officials and the infamous corporate raider Charles Hurwitz, CEO of Maxxam Corp. 

The murrelet is listed as threatened under the ESA and as endangered under the California ESA. Permission granted by US Fish and Wildlife Service for ScoPac to log this critical habitat flies in the face of a 2004 report commissioned by that same agency that stated that current logging practices in Northern California threaten the small seabird with an 80% probability of extinction in the next 55 years, and a 100% probability of extinction in the next 95 years. The 250-acre plan was cynically named named "Bonanza" by PL. 

Info: 510-548-3113 

See images of tree-sits and the magnificent forest at <> 


Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters (BACH) 

2530 San Pablo Ave. 
Berkeley, CA  94702 
phone: 510 548 3113 
email:>bach headwaterspreserve org 

# EMERGENCY RALLY Ancient Redwoods being logged
 Tuesday, December 6, 2005   12:00 PM 
Sen. Dianne Feinstein's office  One Post St. @ Market, San Francisco 

# December 6 National Day of Counter-Recruitment Action (New Orleans)
   Join CINDY SHEEHAN, HOWARD ZINN, DAHR JAMAIL, war resisters PABLO PAREDES and CAMILO MEJIA, Progressive Democrats of America director TIM CARPENTER, Iraq Vets Against the War & Campus Antiwar Network member DAVID AIRHART, and many more in supporting this day of counter-recruitment action on December 6! (Full endorsement list below.) 
December 6, 2005  Campus Antiwar Network 

 # TUESDAY 12/06
 The FIRST TUESDAY is always FREE DAY at the following SF MUSEUMS: 
California Legion of Honor art museum (34th Av in Lincoln Park; 415-
863-3330; 930am-5pm;  free EVERY Tuesday, in 
fact), New Asian Art Museum (200 larkin at The Civic Center; 415-379-
8800; 10am-5pm), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (701 Mission @ 3rd; 
415-978-ARTS; 11am-6pm), SF Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA...151 3rd 
St; 151 3rd St; 415-357-4000; 11am-6pm), and the Jewish Museum (121 

# Tue Dec 6 7pm Foster Farms Cruelty Leafleting - El Cerrito
 Safeway, 10636 San Pablo Ave (at Moeser), El Cerrito 
 Info: Outside of Safeway, one of Foster Farms' top suppliers, join EBAA
as its exposes Foster's inhumane treatment of animals. Visit for more information.

# Tue, Dec 6 7 pm Executing Justice: California and the Death Penalty
Community Media Center 900 San Antonio Road (Wheelchair accessible) Palo Alto


Wed Dec 7

# Wed Dec 7 Global Warming Action - Short Alert  

The Bay Area Says Stop Global Warming NOW!!! 1pm, Wednesday, December 7, 2005, SF City Hall Steps (Polk & Grove). Bay Area environmental and social  justice groups, San Francisco Supervisors Ross Mirkarimi and Tom Ammiano, concerned residents, and a GROVE of GIANT CALIFORNIA REDWOOD TREES join in spirit 10,000 delegates from 189 countries, THOUSANDS of activists in the streets of Montreal, and hundreds of solidarity actions around the globe to say NO TO GLOBAL WARMING and what we can do about it!! As the first UN Climate Summit since KYOTO unfolds in Montreal (Nov 28--Dec 9), Global Exchange, Rainforest Action Network, and many others, invite you to a PRESS CONFERENCE and SHORT MARCH from San Francisco City Hall to the Federal Building to demonstrate broad support for immediate implementation of local, state, and federal policies that stop global warming, fast becoming the overarching issue facing the planet today! For more information, to volunteer, or to endorse, please contact chalicenew earthlink net 415-731-7924.
To automatically send a fax to the President and sign the People\'s Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol, go to
To support the Community Choice Energy Plan that will make San Francisco THE WORLD LEADER in renewable energy and expedite the shutdown of SF\'s dirty power plants, go to

from another source:

Delegation to Mayor's Office; Short March to Federal Building;
Delegation to House Minority Leader's Office. Please don't
worry about not being a direct constituent of either of these
politicians -- Newsom has aspirations to higher office ...

=v= According to this
Global Exchange action has been described as entailing "an
after teach-in with representatives from the San Fran and
Oakland mayoral offices."

=v= I am concerned that this even *not* be yet another feel-good
eco-photo-op for Newsom & Co.  A few months back, Newsom signed
some sort of green cities pledge on World Environment Day, and
got excellent press for it nationwide.

=v= Shortly after that, he cut back Muni service AND raised its
fares AND devoted more money to extend police state tactics to
the Muni system.  I shouldn't have to spell this out, but that
is the opposite of a green cities approach, as it discourages
people from using public transit and encourages them to drive
cars, pollute the air, waste gas, and fund oil wars.

=v= No more feel-good "oh isn't this green" photo ops.

# Wed, Dec 7 1:00 pm Global Warming Action
SF City Hall Polk & Grove San Francisco

# Wed Dec 7 FIRST WEDNESDAY is always FREE DAY at the following SF MUSEUMS: 
  Exploratorium (kids' hands- on science ...3601 Lyon), Mexican Museum ( ...Fort 
Mason Bldng, D Marina @ Laguna), Museo Italiano Americano (I ...Fort Mason Bldng C)
, Cro SF Museum of Craft & Folk Art ( ...Fort Mason Bldng A), and the fabulous SFZoo 
(Look for RJ at Gorilla World...Sloat @ 45th)!

# Wednesday, December 7, 2005 at 6pm Oakland City Hall Be There
Help save the Otherworld. I've attached our petition
to the City of Oakland. Please distribute this message
deep and wide. And feel free to contact me if you are
interested in helping out with anything. We will need
teachers, instructors, and other facilitators. Act
now, stay Positive and become a part of a movement
that will sweep the East Bay. The Vulcan Studio's are
Next...Stay Tuned. JPP4 Don't forget! 

# Wed, Dec 7 7:00 pm Film Screening of "Independent America"
Varnish Fine Art 77 Natoma St. (between 1st & 2nd St. and Mission & Howard) SF

# Sleepwalking to the End of the World? 
The Ecological Landslides of Climate Change and their Causes - From Fossil Fuel Burning to Environmental Injustice
Wednesday, December 7th, 7pm - 9 pm
New College Cultural Center, 766 Valencia Street, San Francisco
Scientist finally confirm that we may have only 10 years to turn things around. Let's talk about how, who and why.  The talks include a slide show of recent facts on the ground including research on melting polar ice caps, hurricanes, ocean acidification, and changes in the Gulf Stream.
Maurice Campbell - Sits on the steering committee of ANSWER Coalition, Bi weekly radio KPOO host of Connecting the Dots, Sits on San Francisco CCA Community Choice Aggregation Committee on how energy will be purchased in the future incorporating Wind and Solar from ESP's Electric Service Providers, and various Environmental Justice organizations and committees.
Maria Gilardin - Producer of the weekly radio program Time of Useful Consciousness. Has done environmental writing and reporting since 1992. Recently produced a 6-part radio series on Climate Change and wrote: Apocalypse Now? How Mankind is Sleepwalking to the End of the World, posted on TUC Radio's web site . Maria is building a straw bale house with solar electric.
The event is FREE, donations to Maurice's work in Hunters Point or Maria's TUC Radio are welcome.
Wheelchair accessible 415-437-3425.Jon Garfield, Director
Center for Education and Social Action
New College of California
(425) 437-3425; jon newcollege edu  

# 12/7: Global Warming: What We Know and What's Being Done About It (palo alto)
Raise Your Energy IQ! Join us for another forum in the Energy Series. 

 Renowned climatologist Dr. Ben Santer will talk about the evidence that has led to the identification of a human influence on global climate and some of the policies we have, or should have, to combat it. Recipient of the MacArthur "genius" Fellowship, Dr. Santer is a leading figure in this field. 

 Date: Wed., Dec. 7: 7pm to 9 pm 
 Cost: $5 Acterra members, $10 non-members 
 Location: Acterra, Raptor Suite 
 3921 E. Bayshore Rd. 
 Palo Alto, CA 94303 

 For more info contact Yuliya Shmidt, library acterra org, 650 962-9876 x.306

# Benefit for KJ @ Synchronize Wed Dec 7 10pm - 2am Il Pirata  2007 16th St. @ Potrero SF 
 Hello everyone. As some of you might or might not know, KJ is nearing what is most likely the turning point in his 3 year legal battle with Homeland Security. Tomorrow is a deciding court date for him, and may mean whether or not he is allowed to stay in the country. In order to make sure that he has a good defence, he has had to pay for some legal fees, which have amounted to quite a lot of money. Hopefully, tomorrow will allow KJ to breathe a sigh of relief at the outcome. 

We at Synchronize are proud to call ourselves friends of KJ, and have offered to use our weekly party to help him raise some cash for his legal fees. This Wednesday night, we'll have KJ spin, along with our resident, BARRATT. We'll also be asking for a minimum donation of $5.00 to help KJ in his time of need. He has given this community so much with his presence, his music and love, and dedication to this city of ours. We wish to give him something back through this fundraiser. Hopefully we will be celebrating a positive outcome in his case as well! 

Once more, SYNCHRONIZE is an open, unaffiliated party that always provides the friendly atmosphere that it is loved for. Music brought to you by our guest DJs, as well as by the resident Synchronauts: Zul, Sentient, Barratt and Random. 

Come get some tasty drinks, dance and chill out with the friends and family! We hope to see lots of your smiling faces there this week. :)  Cheers! 

Thu Dec 8

#  “Good Green Kitchens”       THURSDAY DECEMBER 8, 2005
    Hosted by Laura Ingall, San Francisco Department of the Environment

Jennifer Roberts, author of Redux and Good Green Homes, will give a sneak
preview of her next book, Good Green Kitchens, which will be published in
Spring 2006. Learn about what makes a kitchen green, and hear about
Jennifer’s real-world experiences with having her own kitchen ripped out
and rebuilt at the same time that she was writing about other people’s
green kitchens.

The San Francisco Guild meets once a month to discuss green building topics
including: Home Remodeling Green Building Guidelines, Tankless hot water
heaters, Hydronic heating, envelope upgrades, etc.

The SF Green Remodelers Guild is held the second Thursday of the month at
the San Francisco Department of the Environment, 11 Grove Street, 5:30pm -
7:30pm. There is a $15 fee, which includes food.

5:30-6:00     Sign in and Networking
6:00-7:00     Topic Presentation
7:00 -7:30    Open Discussion

 San Francisco Department of the Environment, 11 Grove Street

Meeting Cost $15 per person (with or without meal)

 Dinner will be provided for all attendees who would like one. Please
specify Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian.

Payment Cash or check at the door. A receipt can be provided.

RSVP Please indicate the number in your party and your meal preference by
Tuesday, December 6.

Space is limited to 50 attendees and pre-registration is required.  RSVP to
Taleesha Becker of Build it Green at:,  or call
510-845-5106 ext 222. Your registration will be confirmed by email.

Please feel free to contact me if there are any questions.  Thanks!
 Melinda Hue Environmental Associate  I  Green Building
San Francisco Department of the Environment
11 Grove Street  I  San Francisco  I  CA  I  94102
Tel 415.355.3718  I  Fax 415.554.6393

# Thursday December 8, 7-10pm: Completing Relationships
Suggested Donation or Trade: $30 - 10
Location: Berkeley (near Rockridge BART)
RSVP: fryday (at) (please let us know the date
and name of the evening)

Perhaps there is a relationship in your life that you
would like to  have closure around - or shift to a
place that serves your life goals more perfectly. It
could be that you want more space in your life for a
new future relationship or that you find a past
relationship is still  lingering
in a new relationship. This will be a welcoming,
supportive space to complete that relationship and put
it to rest with compassion and love.

We will engage in a variety of exercises including
meditation, sharing, writing, witnessing, and silent
contemplation to support you in the process of
completing a relationship as it currently is. In doing
so, you may 
find space to create a new relationship with the same
person, or continue the process of letting go of an
old relationship. 

It would be honor to have you with us as you continue
your journey of completion. Please let us know if you
are considering coming that  night, so that we may
expect you as well as keep the group small and
intimate.  Space
is limited, so a word with you would be great!


*** Sunday, December 11, 3-10pm: Doodad Exchange and
Heartwood Housewarming Party -- An afternoon potluck
gathering to warm up Heartwood and exchange your
sacred objects, altar objects, doodads and art pieces!
*** In January: Kama Sutra Kissing!  We will lead
kissing partners through the kisses presented in the
Kama Sutra and add a few twists and turns along the


Sunday, December 11, 3-10pm: Doodad Exchange and
Heartwood Housewarming Potluck Party
Bring: Food to share,  altar/sacred objects, art and
Location: Berkeley (near Rockridge BART)
RSVP: fryday (at) (please let us know the date
and name of the evening)

Do you have sacred objects, altar objects, art or
doodads you are done with and would like to offer to
other people in the community rather than throw them
away? Join us for an afternoon potluck gathering to
warm up Heartwood,
our beautiful fuzzy :palace, and exchange all those
objects so that they can continue their journey with
someone willing to love them as much as you did! :)

We will gather and share food and stories around the
offerings you bring, and most importantly we will
share beautiful moments of freedom together during
this time and era of commercial madness. And for us,
this will also be a time to have you to join us in
celebrating a new age of our
relationship, and age of living, creating and
visioning together in service of the community.

Ah, and for this one, we'll just invite ALL OF YOU and
see how many people we can fit in our new place. No
limitation, no restriction in numbers. We want you, we
want to welcome you, we want to give you our love and
appreciation until we drop! :)

# The Heydey of Natural History Thu Dec 8 7:30-9 pm Free.
Never has the status of science been held in higher esteem and the  
public taken a bigger interest in natural history than during the  
mid-19th century in America and Britain. This was a time of great  
voyages of discovery, when fabulous fossil beasts were first  
unearthed and put on public display. Most of today's renowned science  
museums, including the California Academy of Sciences, were  
established amid this enchantment with natural history. No middle- 
class home was thought complete without a display of butterfly  
collections or stuffed birds. John Dillon, Science Director at the  
Randall Museum and President of the San Francisco Amateur  
Astronomers, will explore the nature and extent of this fervor and  
how Charles Darwin's Origin of Species influenced it. San Francisco  
Naturalist Society general meeting. For more information, contact  
Patrick at (415) 225-3830 or Free.

 Randall Museum 199 Museum Way SF (415) 554-9600 Southeast of Haight / Buena Vista park
 jkodiak earthlink net (415) 225-3830

# Thu, Dec 8, 2005 - Fri, Dec 9, 2005      
 Global Youth Media & Arts Festival
SOMArts 934 Brannan St.@ 8th San Francisco

Fri Dec 9
# Fri Dec 9 How the CIA Manipulated the UN in Iraq - The Commonwealth Club 
  How the CIA manipulated the UN in Iraq 
  Friday, December 9, 2005 
  11:30 a.m., Check-in; 12:00 p.m., Program 
  Club Office, 595 Market St., 2nd Floor, San Francisco 
 $8 for Members, $15 for Non-Members 
Phone: (415) 597-6700   Email: club commonwealthclub org 
 Former Chief weapons inspector for the United Nations Special Commission in Iraq, Scott Ritter, will share his first-hand account of how the CIA manipulated and sabotaged the work of UN departments to achieve the U.S.’s hidden foreign policy agenda in the Middle East. Labeled a hero by some, a maverick by others, and a spy by the Iraqi government, Ritter was the UN's top weapons inspector in Iraq between 1991 and 1998. Before working for the UN he served as an officer in the US marines and as a ballistic missile adviser to General Schwarzkopf in the first Gulf war. 

 In charge of searching out weapons of mass destruction within Iraq, Ritter was on the front lines of the ongoing battle against arms proliferation. His experience in enemy territory served as the basis for his book Endgame, which explored the shortcomings of American foreign policy in the Persian Gulf region and alternative approaches to handling the Iraqi crisis. Ritter went back to Iraq in 2000 to film his documentary, “In Shifting Sands: The Truth of UNSCOM and the Disarming of Iraq,” which focuses on the disarmament of Iraq and its implications for U.S. foreign policy. 

 In 1991, Ritter joined the United Nations weapons inspections team, or UNSCOM. He took part in 52 inspection missions, 14 of them as chief. His team in 1995 discovered missile guidance equipment that Iraq had bought from Russia through a Palestinian agent. He led the UN weapons inspection team into Iraq in January of 1998, only to be blocked from the weapons sites by Iraqi officials. Accusing him of being a spy, Iraq refused Ritter and his team an escort to the inspection sites, thereby preventing them from doing their job. 

# Fri Dec 9 6pm Foster Farms Cruelty Leafleting - Oakland
 Safeway, 5130 Broadway, Oakland
 Info: Outside of Safeway, one of Foster Farms' top suppliers, join EBAA
as its exposes Foster's inhumane treatment of animals. Visit for more information.

# Fri, Dec 9 9:00 pm - 2:00 am World Can't Wait, Dance Party and Benefit
DRIVE OUT THE BUSH REGIME   Studio Z 11th and Folsom SF

Sat Dec 10

# FLOWERS FOR PAKISTAN Sat Dec 10 9:00 AM 25th and Harrison  Mission District SF
The Pakistan earthquake has killed thousands of people and promises to take more lives this winter. We in the United States can share our wealth and our compassion with those in need by donating to the relief effort. 

The Plant Compassion: Flowers for Pakistan Project is an act of civic participation to raise awareness of the devastating October 8 earthquake and to raise money for relief. Volunteers will plant hundreds of donated flower bulbs in a San Francisco public park, which will act as a conduit of our goodwill and support to those affected by tragedy. Additionally, the donations you make in honor of this project, will go directly to the relief fund Doctors without Borders, who are delivering urgent medical relief to severely wounded people. 

Our flowers will bloom in the spring, which will be evidence of our continued support to our brothers and sisters who will still be struggling to rebuild their lives. The act of planting a life in the earth is real as well as symbolic. Time of course is of the essence. 

Planting party is December 10th, 9am till noon, in Garfield Park. Meet at Harrison and 26th street in the Mission. Wear closed-toed shoes, long pants, and layers. Tools and snacks provided. 

Please visit for more information about the planting or to make a donation. email gavinsuz at hotmail com to volunteer. 

This project is supported by The Neighborhood Parks Council and SF Recreation and Park Department. Peace. 

# Sat, Dec 10 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Hands-on Mushroom Class
Berkeley Eco-House 1305 Hopkins St. Berkeley

# Eco-civic-exercise opportunity in Golden Gate Park 12/10 Saturday
Here is an opportunity to be out of doors healing the planet in Golden
Gate Park.

Join us on Saturday December 10th as a group of us tend the
Rhododendron Dell in Golden Gate Park. We will meet up with Steve
Cismowski the park's area supervisor and help garden in the Rhody Dell.

Great cause, great companionship, good exercise in the tame outdoors.

Please email lwisch pacbell net or call me 415-647-8216 for details.
Your friends and children are welcome to help us tend this treasured
commons Golden Gate Park.

All tools and gloves will be provided. Just dress comforably for the
weather. We meet at 10am and work til 12:30 or 1pm.

The Dell is on Kennedy Drive just east of the new DeYoung tower on the
same side of Kennedy Drive as the DeYoung. There is a statue in the
middle of the dell of Rhododendrons.
 Bring your entire family and have a fun time in the park.
 Hope to see you there. Larry W

# Meet the Dyke March Sat Dec 10 2:00pm-4:00 pm FREE
GLBT Historical Society Sponsors Celebration of
San Francisco Dyke March History on Dec. 10

Meet the Dyke March, an afternoon of performance, videos,
dialogue and celebration, is set for Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, from 2  
to 4
p.m. at the GLBT Historical Society, 657 Mission St., 3rd Floor, San
Francisco. The event is taking place in conjunction with an exhibit  
at the
Historical Society of photographs by Cathy Cade and Jane Philomen  
Cleland documenting the 12-year history of the Dyke March, a dynamic  
gathering that brings together tens of thousands of women each June  
to march through the streets of San Francisco the evening before the  
annual LGBT Pride Parade.

"Meet the Dyke March" festivities will honor San Francisco Dyke March
cofounders Lisa Roth and Leslie Mullin. The afternoon will feature a  
presentation by Cade and Cleland; a revue of performance artists,  
musicians and drag kings drawn from the Dyke March committee;  
reminiscences of Dyke March history; and an opportunity for members  
of the community to give feedback to the organizers of the 2006 Dyke  
March. In addition, the Historical Society galleries will be open for  
viewing. Light refreshments will be provided. The event is open to  
the public; admission is free, but donations to support the GLBT  
Historical Society are encouraged.

Marking its 20th anniversary this year, the GLBT Historical Society is an
internationally renowned museum, archives and research center devoted to
increasing public understanding, appreciation and affirmation of the history
and culture of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and other sexual minority
individuals and communities.
GLBT Historical Society
657 Mission St., 3rd Floor
San Francisco

The Historical Society is located on Mission St., between 3rd and New  
Montgomery.  The closest BART/MUNI stop is Montgomery.  The #14 bus  
will also take you there.  There is plenty of (paid) parking at the  
Mission Garage, 5th and Mission.
info glbthistory org 415-777-5455

# Marin Raw Food Potluck Sat Dec 10, 6 to 9 pm.
 Our speaker will be:  Jon Cotton
 Topic: Cleansing and the Acid/Alkaline pH balance
Jon Cotton is a natural nutritionist, health expert, teacher and inspirational speaker.  He has studied health & nutrition extensively and has modeled what he's learned in his own life.  He also integrates an energetic understanding of the body from 15 years as a teacher of meditation & intuition.

 Jon is the CEO of and has healed himself from a lifetime of chronic fatigue with the information he shares.  He has helped over 12,000 people go through his health programs with amazing results.

 He transitioned from a total meat, dairy and sugar based junk food diet (the standard American diet) to a vegetarian diet, a vegan diet (no meat or dairy) and eventually an all-alkaline forming diet.  He has been vegan for 13 years and 100% raw for the past 8 years.  Now, he has not been sick a day in 13 years and is lighter with more energy than at any time in his life.  You will rarely meet anyone as healthy and with as much energy as Jon.

 You can read more about Jon here...
and at his products site, here...

Jon will speak to us about Cleansing and the Acid/Alkaline pH balance, and will also touch on some exciting new discoveries regarding testing the quality of our food, EMFs and the ancient science of Vastu involving the energetics of placement of the home and everything in it for maximum cellular resonance, health and vitality.

 "I've been to Jon's all day workshop and can tell you he is a passionate, fascinating and inspiring man, so be sure to join us for this very exciting and rare opportunity to hear Jon share his health secrets with us."
 ~ Hugh Cruickshank Please check our web site each month for upcoming speakers.
Potluck Information and Location: 
Where: AldersgateChurch in the Terra Linda area of San Rafael.
 1 Wellbrock Heights.  San Rafael, CA 94903 (see directions below or the map on our web site).

 Cost: A $4 donation (this covers the monthly rent on the meeting space) and bring a raw food dish to serve 8, for each person attending.
 The meeting starts at 6:00 pm.  PLEASE try to be on time.  We eat at 6:15 and our speakers generally start at 7:00. Please bring a raw food dish of your choice to serve 8 people making sure to review the guidelines for food below, or on our web site.

# Hot Glass, Cold Beer Sat Dec 10 7:00pm-12:00pm
$20, includes blown glass cup and beer to fill it all night
Come See Glass Blowing!!!! And Fire dancing!!!! Live Jazz!!!!
non profit organization. A glass blowing community for the   public.
SF's center for education and creation of   glass arts!!
Please join us in cellebrating glass art and fire. With entry you  
will get to take home your own blown glass vessel, and free beer to  
fill it all night!
Drums and Sax Jazz Duet, jazz school, Tim Orr  and  Erin Bernett
Enjoy glass blowing demonstrations and get involved with the San  
Francisco art glass community. Learn how you too can become a glass  
blower.  Sincerely from the glass artists at Public glass
Public Glass 1750 Armstrong St. San Francisco
Coming from the East Bay- Take 80 W. over the Bay Bridge towards SF
This turns into 101 S.  stay on 101 S. exit 3rd st.  Take a left on  
3rd. Follow 3rd st. East till Armstrong. Take a  left on Armstrong.
Coming form South San Francisco- Take 101 N. exit 3rd st.  Take a  
right onto 3rd. Follow 3rd eastward till Armstrong st. left on Armstrong 
admin publicglass org 415-671-4916

# Xenodrome Benefit (aka Drome-A-Thon) Sat Dec 10 8:30 PM - ?
 $20 sliding scale donation
 Xeno welcomes you to an exciting evening of eclectic music,  
performance and circus cabaret all benefiting the Xenodrome  
Collective.  We begin early with spoken word by the lovely poetess  
Taylor Maiden Space & friends.  Then we heat things up with an  
eclectic jam by a fistful of talented Bay Area jazz musicians and  
performance artists.  Next, Xenodrome is proud to present our homies  
Gooferman (voted Best Electronic Music Act, Bay Guardian Best of the  
Bay 2005) Hooray!
The evening crescendos with electronica, down tempo, crunch & breaks  
from our glorious line-up of DJs and mad scientists:
Please join us in this effort to support San Francisco's alternative  
theatre arts and keep our beautiful underground culture alive in THE  
Your sexy hosts Reggie (aka Radio Bimbas) & Steeve eagerly await your  
Doors open @ 8:30 pm / Performances start @ 9:00 pm
$20 sliding scale donation requested
Xenodrome is located at
1320 Potrero Avenue (between 25th Street & Cesar Chavez)
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 285-XENO
1320 Potrero Avenue (btw. 25th St. & Cesar Chavez)

Sun Dec 11
# To All Animal Artists ~
Animal Switchboard (AS) is looking for a logo for its various purposes (e.g., letterhead).  The general idea is a couple of telephone poles with a wire between them with a couple of birds perched on the wire, and a squirrel (or two) crawling up one of the poles.  If you want to elaborate on that, feel free - but remember to keep it simple as it's just a logo - not a huge picture - probably best to just to draw something with dark pencil or black ink.
If any artist out there would like to take a crack at it, you can e-mail your work to Virginia Handley, AS President, at virginia animalswitchboard org or snail mail it to Virginia at Animal Switchboard, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA 94123 - or just bring artwork with you to upcoming "Animal People Party," hosted by AS at Fort Mason Center on December 11, Sunday, 2 PM to 4 PM. 
If your art is chosen to be the AS logo, there will be a prize - and, of course, some publicity for your artwork.

# You are invited to the ACLU of Northern California Bill of Rights Day Celebration
 Sunday, December 11, 2005  2pm reception, 3pm program 
At the San Francisco Marriott (55 Fourth Street at Mission) 
Sean Penn will be presenting our annual civil liberties award to Sister Helen Prejean 
Youth Speaks will be performing 
$25 per person ($10 for students/low-income) 
For more information, or to sign up, visit

# 12/11: ACLU Bill of Rights Day w/ Sister Helen Prejean & Sean Penn (SOMA / south beach)
 ACLU of Northern California's annual Bill of Rights Day Celebration 
 Voices for Justice: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 


 Sunday, December 11, 2005 
 San Francisco Marriott (55 Fourth Street at Mission) 
 2:00-3:00 pm reception 
 3:00-4:30 pm awards program, keynote speaker 

 Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn presents our annual civil liberties award to Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking 

 Youth Speaks performs 

 Tickets are $25 per person / $10 student and low income 


# Sunday, December 11, 3-10pm: Doodad Exchange and
Heartwood Housewarming Potluck Party
Bring: Food to share,  altar/sacred objects, art and
Location: Berkeley (near Rockridge BART)
RSVP: fryday (at) (please let us know the date
and name of the evening)

Do you have sacred objects, altar objects, art or
doodads you are done with and would like to offer to
other people in the community rather than throw them
away? Join us for an afternoon potluck gathering to
warm up Heartwood,
our beautiful fuzzy :palace, and exchange all those
objects so that they can continue their journey with
someone willing to love them as much as you did! :)

We will gather and share food and stories around the
offerings you bring, and most importantly we will
share beautiful moments of freedom together during
this time and era of commercial madness. And for us,
this will also be a time to have you to join us in
celebrating a new age of our
relationship, and age of living, creating and
visioning together in service of the community.

Ah, and for this one, we'll just invite ALL OF YOU and
see how many people we can fit in our new place. No
limitation, no restriction in numbers. We want you, we
want to welcome you, we want to give you our love and
appreciation until we drop! :)

# living foods potluck, take 2 Host:  bryan and jessy
Location:  Bryan's House 218 Union St. #4, San Francisco, CA
When:  Sunday, December 11, 5:00pm 415 3999707 (bryan),415 6262976 (jessy)
Thanks to those of you who came to the potluck on Saturday, December 3rd, and to Lisa and Station 40 for hosting it. 
 And thanks to those who organized to have another one this Sunday! This one will be at Bryan Au's place. He is opening up a raw restaurant in union square soon (called Pa-Raw-Dise), and is also the author of Raw in Ten Minutes. Please check out his website:

 To participate, bring an organic living vegan dish to share, for approximately 10-15 people. If you can, label the ingredients.* 

 Let us know if you have questions or need a recipe suggestion ( or Feel free to invite others too. Just add their email to the list or pass along the information. 

 Thanks to Bryan for hosting! Map to location is here:,ca&iwloc=A&iwstate2=savedloc%3A1&hl=en

 Also, if you know of anywhere to get organic produce donations for this event, please let us know! Thanks. 

 FAQ from living foods website: (or )

 What do raw/living foodists eat?
 Raw and Living Foodist eat all fruits, vegetables, sprouts, nuts, seeds, grains, sea vegetables, and other organic/natural foods that have not been processed. In some instances, there are special ways to prepare the foods (example: most raw and living foodists soak/sprout nuts, seeds and grains before consuming them). For some delicious recipes, see our recipe section!

 Other websites:

 PLEASE, no meat or other flesh products or derivatives, dairy, eggs, sugar, or processed food over 105F). If possible, avoid soy products, corn, wheat, honey, and peanuts or clearly mark their presence in your recipe, to help those who are sensitive to these common allergens or those who wish to avoid exposure to foods that may be genetically engineered (or GMO-contaminated). 

 {I didn't realize we'd be having another potluck so soon after the last one, so I'm using the same invite list. Please email me if you want to stop getting raw potluck invites at jessy earthshareca org

# Sun, Dec 11, 2005      7:00 pm
 Special Film Event Caught in the Crossfire, The Untold Story of Falluja. A fundraiser for the refugees of Iraq
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
1924 Cedar St. (at Bonita) Berkeley

# Sun, Dec 11, 2005      7:00 pm Special Film Event Caught in the Crossfire, 
The Untold Story of Falluja. A fundraiser for the refugees of Iraq
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists 1924 Cedar St. (at Bonita) Berkeley

 Join us for the screening of this groundbreaking new documentary and talk-back with filmmaker Mark Manning, and journalist Dahr Jamail. 
 The event is a fundraiser for the International Peace Angels, a grassroots NGO that is providing humanitarian aid for the people of Iraq.

 Caught in the Crossfire is a joint production of Iraqi and American unembedded filmmakers, documenting the conditions experienced by the civilians of Falluja following the siege of Operation Phantom Fury. The refugees of Falluja risked their lives to bring this story to the world.

 $10 at door, no one turned away for lack of funds wheelchair accessible. 510-387-9712

Tue Dec 13

# Tue Dec 13  5:30 PMFoster Farms Cruelty Leafleting - Danville
 Location: Safeway, 3496 Camino Tassajara, Danville
 Info: Outside of Safeway, one of Foster Farms' top suppliers, join EBAA
as its exposes Foster's inhumane treatment of animals. Visit for more information.

Thur Dec 15

Thur Dec 15 Full Moon and Bill of Rights Day

# Thu, Dec 15, 2005      7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
 Save the Endangered Species Act - Slide Show and Discussion 2530 San Pablo Ave Berkeley

# Thu, Dec 15 7:00 pm 5$ So How'd You Become an Activist?   
featuring Wavy Gravy and "Diamond Dave" Whitaker
New College Cultural Center
777 Valencia St between 18th & 19th Streets) San Francisco

# Good Vibes High - The Student Body Never Looked So Good
 December 15, 2005 8:00pm- 2:00am $20 or $25 at the door
 Tickets go on sale November 15th at
 and at all Good Vibrations locations.

603 Valencia Street (at 17th Street)
San Francisco, CA 94110

1620 Polk Street (at Sacramento Street)
San Francisco, CA 94109

2504 San Pablo Avenue (at Dwight Way)
Berkeley, CA 94702

Tickets are $20 in advance, or $25 at the door.
DNA Lounge 375 Eleventh Street  at  Harrison
San Francisco 415-626-1409

Fri Dec 16

# EBAA Holiday Happy Hour    Dec 16 6 PM 
Location: Pacific Coast Brewing Company, 906 Washington Street, Oakland
 Join EBAA for an evening of holiday cheer at Pacific Coast Brewing
Company in downtown Oakland.

# Clown Entree Show Fri Dec 16 7 pm FREE!  Donations accepted
Come check out the "Clown Entrée* Show," brought to you
by the Clown Conservatory class of 2006. The show is, of course, free  
and family friendly. Donations are accepted.
*The Entrée is a European form and is like a very short clown  
playlet, or scene.
Where: 755 Frederick St. (@ Arguello. Bus lines: 7, 33, 71, N)
When: Friday, December 16th, 7pm.
How Much: FREE! Donations accepted.
Circus Center of San Francisco
755 Frederick St. (@ Arguello, across from Kezar Stadium)
romance riseup net 415-759-8123

# Bent  Friday, December 16th, 8pm-1am SF Citadel hosts Bent 
Bent presents Purity - a twisted night of hedonism and debauchery exclusively for the kinky youth* constituent. Upstairs, a DJ playing goth/industrial and requests, dance space, social area, and snacks; downstairs, a huge dungeon space to play out all your warped fantasies. A sex-positive environment with room for flogging or fucking 
as takes your fancy. 
An SF Citadel event in the new location on 1277 Mission St. $20 at the door; dress to showcase your purity (all white, religious attire, schoolgirl, pure evil... c'mon, be creative!) and get $5 off next time. Volunteer for 1 hour and get in free! 
To ask questions, bitch, send naked pictures, or volunteer, email chey at 
what is "youth"? the party is for 18,19,20's,30's.
DO NOT PARK ON MISSION. Tow trucks allegedly tow before the street signs say so.

Sat Dec 17

# Sat Dec 17 Int'l day to end violence against sex workers.

# Panel Discussion:  Int'l Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers
 Dec 17 10AM-2PM $5 donation
Dec 17th, Third Annual International Day to End Violence Against Sex  

International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers is meant to  
call attention to hate crimes and violence against sex workers all  
over the globe. Originally thought of by Dr. Annie Sprinkle and  
started by the Sex Workers Outreach Project USA as a memorial and  
vigil for the victims of the Green River Killer in Seattle  
Washington, it has grown to be a day for strategizing to end these  
acts as well as remember the victims. Over thirty cities around the  
world have participated in this event.

This year Sex Workers Outreach Project is expanding events to cover  
the entire week of December 17th so that we may diversify the forums  
for discussion around violence against sex workers.

The Panel Discussion portion of these events on Dec. 17th from  
10AM-2PM will focus on both identifying forms of violence against sex  
workers, including structural violence and stigmatization, as well as  
thinking of solutions.  Panelists will include sex workers' rights  
activists, sex workers, prison abolitionists, law enforcement, and more!

Our tentative schedule for this entire week is as follows:
Thursday, December 15th: 6:30 PM-8:30 PM
Memorial and Community Discussion
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
1924 Cedar x Bonita

Saturday, December 17th: 10 AM-2 PM
Ending Violence, Discrimination and Stigma Around Sex Work
1515 Webster St.
Panel discussion in the morning followed by lunch and afternoon  
strategizing. $5 donation requested.

San Francisco:
Saturday December 17th : Dusk
Candlelight Vigil
Civic Center Plaza
Polk and Grove St In front of City Hall

Mark your calendars and keep your eyes peeled for more information  
about these events!

What can YOU do to participate in the INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END  

One of the ways to contribute to this event is to submit original  
artwork and or written word to be displayed at the candle light vigil  
in Civic Center at dusk on December 17th. Make yourself heard in the  
fight against this violence. Please submit your personal response to  
violence against sex workers, your vision of a better future for sex  
workers, and your message to the victims and/or perpetrators of these  

You can send or drop off your submissions Sex Workers Outreach  
Project USA, 333 Valencia St. Ste. #445 San Francisco, CA 94103 by  
December 10th. Please call in advance to let us know you are coming  
415-341-7656.If you would like to volunteer to help at these events  
or if you would like to donate money, please email robyn swop-usa org  
or kelly swop-usa org

 Oakland YWCA 1515 Webster St. Oakland
 kelly swop-usa org 415-503-0254

# One of the most recently blossomed yoga studios in
town, Yoga Sangha, 
is graciously hosting an afternoon for yoginis and
yogis (and anyone else as well) to come for a 
Thinley Wangmo trunk show and studio salon.

Saturday December 17th
11:00 am - 12:30pm  Yoga Class
12:30pm - 2:30pm Kirtan, Trunk Show & Refreshments
Yoga & Kirtan with Katchie Ananda

the newest generation of TW designs will be available
which are quite a rebirthing after a bit of a hyadus.
perhaps more costume-like for the daily myth making of
life, still inspired by seamlessly fusing the ancient,
present, & future, and certainly expressing my passion
for dance and movement. the old favorite designs will
also be on the racks, with an emphasis on yoga
friendly garments.

this is a free event and open to all.  we would love
to see you, so come by for a cup of chai, and relax in
this sanctuary.

to view some of the newest pieces, go to  look me up (tenley)

and a little possible bonus will be the BIZZARE
BAZAAR on the same day until 8pm. so if you arent able
to get to the Sangha earlier, you might just be able
to find me and my rack at this traditional event. 
located at The Blue Cube, 34 mason at market

lotsoluv! tenley 3030-A 16th Street (btwn Mission & Valencia)
 San Francisco, CA  (415) 943-0000 Across the street from the 16th Street Bart station
# Saturday December 17th, 6-9pm
Holiday Gathering, San Rafael, CA
Go ahead and mark your calendars for our annual
Holiday Gathering!

# -SATURDAY 12/17: 11th Annual SF CACOPHONY 
Union Square, Mission, Union Square, Chinatown, and North Beach 
districts... it lasts all afternoon and all evening, and it attracts 
hundreds of crazed, drunken Santas and undesignated Christmas 
Things... it's always a kick; FREE, but bring lots of cash in small 
bills so you can BuyYOBooze and get on Muni when you're too drunk to 
drive, hitch, or crawl; the organizer is RJ's Cacophony GalPal Roxane 
at: Burning_Jezebel yahoo com  the official website is AND last year's pix are at

Wed Dec 21 DAY OF GENOCIDE: Pillgrims Landed 1620

# Safeway Call-In December 21 All-Day

Info: Ask Safeway to join EBAA's Foster Compassion campaign by asking
Foster Farms to improve conditions for birds. Call Safeway toll-free at
1-877-505-4040 between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
East Bay Animal Advocates P.O. Box 1406 Martinez, CA 94553 (925) 487-4419 
info eastbayanimaladvocates org

*Visit EBAA Online*

# Unsilent Night Wed Dec 21 6:45 PM Free

"Unsilent Night," composer Phil Kline's free, all-volunteer outdoor  
boombox holiday concert, returns to San Francisco for its third  
annual performance on Wednesday, December 21, 2005, at 6:45 PM.

A moving piece of ambient public art, Unsilent Night can be compared  
to a holiday caroling party, except that participants don't sing.  
Instead, each carries a boombox playing a separate cassette, CD, or  
MP3 that becomes part of the piece. In effect, Kline and his co- 
performers become single elements in a huge, mobile sound system.

Performed within the confines of the city streets, Unsilent Night  
reverberates off the cars and buildings, resulting in a magnificent,  
drifting cloud of shimmering, echoing sound. The 43-minute piece  
includes chiming bells, choral voices, and various electronic  
effects. (Kline cites Brian Eno and Charles Ives among his influences.)

Kline has performed Unsilent Night in Manhattan every year city since  
1992. In San Francisco last year, some 500 people took part. This  
year marks the first chance for iPod users to participate, as Kline  
will make MP3 files of the piece available on his website.

Participants are invited to bring a boombox to Mission Dolores Park  
at 18th and Dolores Streets, gathering at 6:45 PM. After Kline  
distributes tapes and CDs among the players, the group will begin the  
piece, strolling a mile-long, predetermined route though the Mission,  
Noe, and Castro districts. The event will be held rain or shine.

Dolores Park 18th and Dolores St San Francsico

 Friday December 30 & Saturday December 31, 2005
 @ SF Concourse Exhibition Center
 635 8th Street (@ Brannan)  San Francisco, CA 
  Ages 18 and over welcome

<<<<<< TWO SCI SETS EACH NIGHT! >>>>>>
  DRESDEN DOLLS (30  & 31) 
   YARD DOGS ROAD SHOW  (30 & 31) 
   GANGA GIRI (AUS)  (30 & 31) 
  APHRODESIA (Funk n' Soul) (30) 

  LORIN (Bassnectar) (30 & 31) 
   LAWGIVERZ (Trigger UK) (31) 
  JENÖ (Wicked) (31) 
  RANDOM RAB (El Circo) (31) 
   BROTHER (13 Moontribe) (31) 
   SOTEG (Bless Records) (31) 
   LAIRD (Get Yr. Freak ON!) (31) 
   KOSMIKNEIL (Trigger UK) (30) 
 LIL JOHN (Raindance)  (30) 
   SHAWNA  (El Circo) (31) 
  DFUNKT  (EzLuv)  (30) 
   CLAY  (Yoga Tai Chi) (31) 
REBECCA WATKINS (Get Underground)  (30) 
   MANCUB VS. KAPT’N KIRK (Space Cowboys)  (30)ys)ys)

  VAU DE VIRE SOCIETY  (30 & 31) 
  EL CIRCO (30 & 31) 
   KID BEYOND (Beatbox Alchemy) (30)
 APSARA  (31) 


Plus Art Encampments, Novelty Zones,
 Midnight Miracles & Everything! 

Costumes VERY Encouraged. 
 Come Dressed as your Dream!

Friday Night: 7pm - 2am (Tickets: $45)
Saturday Night: 7:30 - 4am (Tickets: $70)
 Two Night Pass: $110

Or visit any of these sites for more info...




Tickets on Sale SOON at Outlets in
SF, Santa Cruz, San José, Berkeley & Mill Valley

Sea of Dreams Imagery by Andrea Burden 

# Fri Dec 30 Opel, Spundae, Mighty & Marine Parade present a special night w/ 
 ~Adam Freeland (!)  ~performing w/ MC Juice Aleem 
+  Laird (Get Yer Freak On) 
Shissla vs. Alibi (House of Lotus) 
Syd Gris (Opel / Opulent Temple) 
Kramer (Deep End / / United Tribal) 
Aaron Pope (Deep End / Mixed Elements) 
Dirtyhertz (Looq / Pangea) 
Vinklemann (Opulent Temple) 
 + more tba!  10pm-4am 
@ Mighty: 119 Utah @ 15th  pre-sales $10! 

# Sat Dec 31 Opel presents Infuse NYE: The Rekindling of Hope 
 w/ special guests: 
 Lee Coombs (Thrust / Perfecto / Fingerlickin', UK) 
Dylan Rhymes (Kingsize / Lot 49, UK) 
Bassbin Twins ( 
+    Jondi & Spesh (Qool / Looq) 
Syd Gris (Opel / Opulent Temple) 
Ethan Miller v. ViaJay (Friends n' Family) 
Hoj (Opel / 
Melyss (Opel / Sister SF) 
Fred Funk (Brass Tax) 
Aaron Jae v. Bam (Evil Breaks / 
Shanti (Triple Power / Rhythm Society)   + more tba 
 9pm- till you stop dancing  DNA Lounge  375 11th St. @ Harrison St. 
 Pre-sales start at $25 

more parties on NYE


Global IMPEACH Bush -Day January 1, 2006 and the year of 2006 to Do It
Unless you are in favor of invading and occupying innocent countries for
their oil, Killing and torturing innocent people and turning the whole
World against the United Stated and bankrupting the US Citizens and
driving the US into a depression that will make the depression of 1929
look like a Sunday picnic* during  which we will probably be invaded and
taken over during our weakness caused by it.
During the1929 Depression the US population was much smaller and
people lived on farms or in houses that had a yard where they could grow
vegetables to get by during the depression and people helped their
 Do you have room to grow vegetables in your apartment, condo, town
house ? And have you ever even spoken to Your neighbors ? !

March 2006 Call to Action: Confront the War Machine
Become A PART of the Solution at Liberty Underground. Learn how the Broadcast News Media Deceives You!

 Jan 7 SUSTAINABLE  SOLUTIONS CARAVAN: to kick-off an another amazing journey
 through Mexico and Central America to Costa Rica
 traveling in buses that run on  straight vegetable oil.
   Stilt walkers, engine conversions, live music, good
 food, information sharing, community. CELLSPACE, 2050
 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA 94110, January 7,
 2006, visual performances, live music begins 8pm.

# OFFER: MacWorld Pass, Moscone Center  Jan 9-13 2006

# FYI the US runs a school of torture at Ft. Benning, GA
Previously called School Of the Americas (SOA),
now called Western Hemispheric Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC).
Congress demanded SOA be closed down. So they simply renamed it.
SOA used to be in Panama, until Manuel Noriega said it had to go.
Noriega was an important drug smuggling ally for the CIA.
When he broke with the CIA because he was not happy about the US school of torture in Panama, his days were numbered. 
Two other notable men who the CIA made alliances with:
Sadam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden.
The CIA makes allies of people it can use to torture and murder it's enemies.
The CIA was arming, training and using Osama Bin Laden to fight the USSR in Afghanistan.
Before Sept 11, 2001, the CIA was negotiating an oil pipeline through Afghanistan to be built by Haliburton, paid for by Enron, to supply Unocal 76.  Those negotiations broke down.  That was plan A.
Plan B was flying our own airplanes into our own buildings and blaming them.
SEE: Operation Northwoods (1962) Plan B has been on the table for 43 years.
Cheney, Perle, Wolfowitz, et al are part of Project for a new American Century (PNAC) who wrote: (a year before 911)
Without a Pearl Harbor style invasion the American people will not accept 
the empirical mobilization necessary to seize middle eastern oil. 
CIA initiated Saddam Hussein by having him commit an assasination in Iraq to prove himself.
Once installed to power by CIA, Saddam did oversee the torture and execution of an entire generation Iraqis.
Every Iraqi student or activist who had political aspirations was killed by Saddam who was a CIA operative.
Learn more about the School of Assasins (School of Americas) at School Of Americas Watch:


The Great Owl Invasion
obvious and blatant freemasonic symbols on the dollar bill, what precisely that hidden microscopic owl is doing there.
Neither will we ever be certain whether those plans for the National Mall surrounding the White House, the Washington Monument and the U.S. Capital proposed by the McMillan Commission in the same year that the Bohemian Owl worshipers legally acquired their grove in California, had anything to do with why there appears to be a Giant Owl surrounding the Capitol Building.

As an American citizen I am bound by no law executed by Bush Coup.
I shall not follow any fruadulent advice from John Ashcroft or Mr Torture: Alberto Gonzalez
I am bound by no Judgement by John Roberts or any other criminal installed by BushHitler.
Wake UP America, the current organized crime family Hi-Jacking Washington, DC
is similar (in fact connected) to the NAZI hijacking of a highly civilized Germany. 

Patriot Act is illegal.  No law or provision of Patriot act is legally binding.
Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States of America
is Null and Void - Marburry V. Madison, 1803

Any officer who attempts to enforce an illegal law such as patriot act is unlawful and may be ignored or arrested.

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