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All clothing $1: Out of the Closet 2415 Mission @ 20th St.
M-Sa 10-7 Su 10:30-6:30. Tell a friend. Bnft AIDS hlthcr fdn.

 Just help save those "FREE" dogs (alameda)
Too many labs "adopt" pets and too many pounds/shelters have no room for all the animals they get, so many are put down before getting a second chance. The AKC has many breed specific rescue societies - we got one of our dogs from them - the link is: 

South Bay Purebred Rescue - dedicated to the rescue and placement of purebred dogs and puppies of all breeds. 

There are many other great organizations working to place dogs into HOMES, instead of kennels, labs or pounds. Rocket Dog Rescue is wonderful - their link: 

Pet Rescue and Adoption deals in all sorts of animals. Contact them at: 

Smiley Dog Rescue - 
A great group helping to save dogs from being put down. 

The point is if you take a minute or two on the web, you might find a way to save your pet from an awful & undeserved end. 

Kelpie Wilson | Interview: Suing the Climate Changers

spread the word.....and
Farmworkers take down Taco Bell
Cointelpro: The FBI's War on Black America
goto farmers market at close of day 
buy discount organic fruit and greens 
put in blender drink yummy green smoothie 

Thu March 10 NEW MOON

# Thu Mar 10 3pm It's amazing to hear about the CIW victory with the Taco Bell boycott, but
unfortunately we have a company in the area that has proven even more
difficult over the years for farm workers - ie Gallo.  For more info on
the Gallo contract campaign check out and
hopefully some folks can make it out to Beverages and More on Thursday.

# Thu, Mar 10 4:00 pm
"Science and Technology for a Sustainable World".
Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
3333 Coyote Hill Road Palo Alto
The Palo Alto Research Center in conjunction with several Bay Area sponsors,
is holding a series of talks called "Science and Technology for a
Sustainable World". The events are free and open to the public. All talks
will be at the George E. Pake Auditorium.

Thursday, March 10, 4 pm
David Gottfried, President, WorldBuild Technologies, and Founder of the
Green Building Council

Thursday, March 24, 4 pm
Barbara Waugh, HP, Co-founder of World eInclusion

Thursday, April 7, 4 pm
Tim Woodward, Managing Director, Nth Power

COST: Free

# New York Underground Thu Mar 10 7:00pm free
 The Anatomy of a City

City Lights and Laughing Squid are proud to present Urban Exploration (UE) legend Julia Solis reading and presenting images from her book New York Underground. (Routledge 2004)

The worlds' greatest metropolis is also home to the most extensive, mysterious and, only partially plumbed, man made subterranean landscape. Julia Solis has been exploring this world for years and, in her beautifully written and lovingly illustrated volume she shares much of the hard won lore and hidden history she has mined from the depths of Manhattan.

With the publication of her book New York Underground Julia Solis firmly takes her place as a leader in the historical research and documentation of this fascinating subject.

Julia has forged affiliations with some of the country's most compelling figures and groups in the world of UE. Inspired by San Francisco's protean UE group The Suicide Club <>, Julia formed the secretive exploration society Dark Passage <> in 1998. An officer of Brooklyns' nefarious Madagascar Institute <> and an early organizer of The Los Angeles Cacophony Society <>, Julia was well prepared to embark on a career of exotic exploration.

Co-founder of New York City historical research and preservationist association Ars Subbterenea <> Julia continues to be an inspiration for anyone with the curiosity to wonder what's beneath it all and the courage to take a peek.

Julia has also written a collection of macabre short stories entitled "Scrub Station."

On Sunday, March 6th The San Francisco Chronicle published the following article on Julia Solis and her upcoming talk:

"SUBCULTURE: Going underground - Urban explorer documents the hidden world of speakeasies, sewers and subways" (by Annie Nako, San Francisco Chronicle, Sunday, March 6th, 2005)

 City Lights Bookstore 261 Columbus SF 415-362-8193

# Thu, Mar 10    Screening begins at 7:30 PM   
Premiering- The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw
The Grand Lake Theatre Oakland 3200 Grand Ave
Followed by a dialogue with Producer- Barrie Zwicker,
Author of 9-11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA, Webster G. Tarpley
Director of Project Censored- Peter Phillips;
Investigative Researcher- Michael Kane;
the press & the public
A Benefit for the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance
Tickets $10, available at the door (and soon to be available at local bookstores)
Berkeley @ Cody's Bookstore 2454 Telegraph Ave., 510-845-7852
& 1730 Fourth St., 510-559-9500
@ Black Oak Books, 1491 Shattuck Ave. 510-486-0698
Co- Sponsors- Veterans for Peace- Chapter 69, Radio, Kepler's Books, Black Oak Books, Cody's Bookstore, City Lights Bookstore, Valencia Street Bookstore, Modern Times Books

#  March 10 - Hunter S. Thompson Memorial reading - Edinburgh Castle -950 Geary, SF- 9pm
Bucky Sinster, Michelle Tea, Jack Boulware, etc....

# Ken Marcus Gallery Opening  Thursday, March 10  9pm-12a
 Madame S  321 7th St
 Thursday, March 10th, 9 p.m.-12 a.m. 
Schmooze with Ken Marcus and Top Models! 
DJ Geoff and DJ Addison of Stargaze, San Francisco 
Fetish Attire Encouraged  Cash Bar 
 Presented in conjunction with the 2004 San Francisco Fetish Ball.

Fri Mar 11

# SFLR goes to court!  the ultimate thrill...
Hi folks, Here's the skinny on our hearing on Friday:
9 AM, Federal Bldg 450 Golden Gate @ Polk. 19th floor, courtroom 10
This is the last hearing we will have in federal court.  The case 
stands as follows:
Sara Winslow, US Attorney, is arguing that SFLR broadcasted 
illegally, so the FCC was justified in entering a private home and 
seizing the radio stuff.  SFLR is arguing that the law that the FCC 
used to enter and seize, a 19th century maritime law designed to 
permit government agents to surprise and board ships carrying 
contraband in the harbor, isn't a proper legal basis for raiding a 
house, being as a house is not a ship and no illegal drugs or aliens 
were found.  It's possible that both sides will win!  If that 
happens, then the judge will decide whether the FCC's case is 
stronger than ours...or which is more fundamental, or something like 
that.  Ideally we will be able to argue our case in front of the 
Ninth Circuit where federal policy change is possible.
Come and support your friendly neighborhood radio underdogs!
Ninth Circuit or bust!!   -Charlotte

# March 11, 7pm
 55 Grant on 4th floor , Bryan catering with amazing food! cost to get in is $5 you get tons of raw organic food, VIPS, fashion show, 7 x 7 Magazine WIll be there photographing, etc.!
It is a huge hair salon space, there will be models, VIPS, Tsunami benefit.

# Fri, Mar 11 7:30 pm
 Premiering- The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw
401 Van Ness Ave. (near the Civic Center) SF
Followed by a dialogue with Producer- Barrie Zwicker,
Author of 9-11 Synthetic Terror: Made in USA, Webster G. Tarpley
Director of Project Censored- Peter Phillips;
Investigative Researcher- Michael Kane;
the press & the public
A Benefit for the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance
Tickets $10, available at the door , at local bookstores
In San Francisco-Black Oak Books, 630 Irving St. 415-564-0877
Black Oak Books, 540 Broadway St., 415-986-3872
City Lights, 261 Columbus St. 415-362-4921
Valencia Street Books, 569 Valencia St., 415-552-7200
Modern Times, 888 Valencia St. 415-282-4925
at City Box Office 415-392-4400

Co- Sponsors- Veterans for Peace- Chapter 69, , Project Censored, KPFA, Pacifica Radio, Kepler's Books, Black Oak Books, Cody's Bookstore, City Lights Bookstore, Valencia Street Bookstore, Modern Times Books

# Friday March 11trh, I'll be showing my Walk Accross America slideshow. It's been a while since i've put on this show -- not since 9 / 11, but  I think it's time to dust off the cobwebs and show a different side of Americana that few people living in urban America get to glimpse. So come on down and get a taste for a real life Forest Gump type of adventure. We''ll start promptly at 7:30pm. Hope to see you there.
 Location - 889 Walker Ave (East Bay, near Grand lake Theater). On 580, take the Lakeshore Ave. exit, turn left on to Grand Ave, go two blocks, right onto Mandanna (7-11 on corner) and take the first left on to Walker Ave. hard to see 889, so look for 887 (in same building). Call if you need help 510-812-6313. Please RSVP if you can.

# Friday, March 11, 2005  ' M E T A '  featuring: 
LUSINE (Ghostly International, Hymen) 
KRADDY (Muti, Refiner) 
MR. PROJECTILE (Semisexual, Merck) 
MOZAIC (13moontribe, Spaceship Gaia) 
BORETA (Semisexual) 
DAVE JOLLEY (13moontribe) 
The French Fry Factory  278 4th St., Oakland 
9pm - late  $5 before 10 / $8 after 
Sound by Magnetic. 

# TrinityWolf Network Presents: Living Room (Second Fridays)
The underground party where queers, freaks and divas feel at home
Showcasing art, music and fashion from local artists
Featuring resident and guest DJs spinning; hip hop, d&b, soul, oldschool,
house:  LP  Trinity  Black  Discovery
Hosted by JB R.A.P. (from Deep Dick Collective)
Live Performance by Scarletto
Premiere Party: Friday, March 11th
10:00 pm - 3:00 am
Free before 11:00 PM if you email the guestlist:
(include name, email and where you heard about Living Room)
$8 after 11:00 pm At the Oakland Noodle Factory
1255 26th ST @ Union St West Oakland 3 blocks North of Grand
Between MLK and Market (10 min. from SF)
 Info Line: (510)595-5526 email:

#  Fri Mar 11 moontribe @ 1015 Folsom ( @ 6th St. )
discount $10 guestlist is here (otherwise, it's $20 at the door!):
i'm on at 10pm to get things started, live mashup style.  expect to hear some pretty groovy shit.
full lineup and details are here:
hope to see some of you there!
my shitty homepage:
MP3s are back online!  click the above link.

 Building the Movement to Stop Global Warming
Weekend Workshop March 11-13, 2005, Malibu CA
Environmental Education Services in a partnership with Green House Network

# March 11, 12, 13: 3 performances only, SF debut of award-winning 
queer/trans spoken word artist S. Bear Bergman!
398 11th St. at Harrison SF 

Sat Mar 12

# War Tax Resistance Workshop- Palo Alto
Saturday March 12, 9-Noon   FREE
Palo Alto Friends New Meeting House
957 Colorado Ave, @ Louis, Palo Alto, CA
Between Middlefield and Hwy 101, Between Oregon Expy and Loma Verde    (510) 843-9877  
Unhappy about the U.S. policy on militarism, stop paying your taxes.  More than half of our federal
income taxes are being used for war. Find out more about this form of conscientious objection at our
introductory workshop.  Topics will include:
-- Creative legal protests
-- Refusing to pay all or part of federal taxes and the possible consequences of this form of civil disobedience
-- Living below the level of taxable income
-- Phone tax resistance
-- Redirecting resisted taxes to local alternative funds and/or community organizations
-- Local support networks for war tax resisters
Northern California War Tax Resistance (510) 843-9877    
Thank you for working for peace! 
To join listserve send blank email to:

# Sat, Mar 12 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Do Kids Need Vitamins?
Sheehan Chiropractic 2515 Ocean Ave.,Suite 6 SF

# Sat March 12th.  fundraiser Westin St. Francis Hotel
(335 Powell Street @ Union Square), from 11am – 12:30pm.

# *Keep the Pressure on Puck*
Don?t forget the weekly protest against Wolfgang Puck this Saturday at
5:30 p.m. in front of Postrio.  The protests are part of Farm
Sanctuary?s ongoing campaign to convince Puck to pull veal and foie
gras from his menus.  Last week?s successful protest was covered by KGO
(Channel 7); let?s keep up the protests and keep the pressure on Puck!
Where: Postrio, 545 Post St., San Francisco
When: Saturday, March 12, 5:30 p.m.
Leaflets and signs will, of course, be provided. 
More info:

# She Creates Sat Mar 12 7-10 PM 965 Mission St.
 group art exhibit celebrating International Women's Day. 

# Premiering:
The 9/11 News Special You Never Saw

Film premier followed by discussion with producer Barrie Zwicker, 
joined by Webster Griffin Tarpley, author of "9/11-Synthetic Terror: 
Made in USA;" Peter Phillips, director of media watchdog group 
Project Censored; and MC, Bonnie Faulkner, host of KPFA's Guns and 

Saturday, March 12, 7:30pm
545 Pacific Ave, Santa Rosa (off Mendocino Ave, near SRJC)

Adm. $10 at the door (Students $5)
For info call Project Censored: 707-664-2500
Peter Phillips Ph.D.
Sociology Department/Project Censored
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Ave.
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

# Something Else Presents: SPIN THIS! A nite of Dark Electronix
"Whatever caused the rapid expansion of the universe following the Big Bang--the same forces caused tiny ripples. Because if you try to do something too fast, you shake a little."
--Maclean's,  May 4, 1992, George Smoot
SATURDAY March 12 A bold and tantalizing melting
mixture of danceable Power Noize, Psy-Trance, Industrial, Drum & Bass, EBM,
IDM, Breaks, Dark Jungle ... and anything else that will keep you freaks on
the dance floor!
Your hosts and musical tourguides: members of The Dark-Tekno Collective=
Fanboy (Dark-Tekno/Astral Psyentists/Freaknation)
Jawa (Assimilate/Burning Chrome/BAGG/Loma Prieta)
Phreaki Boi (PsychoSynthesis/Loma Prieta/The Haven)
RMS (katabatik, MMS, POLAR)
Featuring very special guest 4orm-viru$! (Affliction, IHeartNoize)
Our new funky, quirky venue is flipping awesome!
We are at the EZ5, located at 682 Commercial St. San Francisco
Off of Kearny between Sacramento and Clay.
7p-2a Saturday March 12
21+ w/proper ID
FREE B4 9, $1 between 9-11, $3 after
Tap drink special!  $3 from 7-10

# Art SF 2nd Saturdays presents: Belief Sat Mar 12 8p-1am $5 
Come join us for another 2nd Saturday at Art SF 110 Capp St. 5th Floor @ 16th St

# Hookahdome, Episode 1 : Soul Candy! Sat Mar 12 9:00pm-4:00am
 $20 until March 8th, $25 thereafter
The creators and purveyors of the Hookahdome theme camp of Burning Man are delighted to request your presence at our first ever fund-raising event!
Join us in an intimate detour into our fondest playa memories of the Hookahdome and beyond. Succumb to our masterful musical sorcery and smolder with the fragrant incense of the sacred hookah. Enjoy exotic live performances and be enveloped by the warm social energy of your playa brothers and sisters. Dance with abandon and surrender your body to the experience that can only be called Soul Candy! venue TBA: Details on website by March 10

# 4th Annual SF Fetish Ball Sat Mar 12 9:00 PM
 SF Gift Center  888 Brannon

MAR 12/13 Inspiring Masculine Presence Unleashing Feminine Fire~A Workshop For Men & Women
Oakland Lake Merritt / Grand

"The workshop helps men and women 
understand how to improve the way they 
come across to the opposite sex in a way 
that makes you irresistible in their eyes... 
You'll walk out feeling liberated and high." 
Technology Executive, San Francisco 

"I'm finding my relationship to women 
in general has changed. I'm feeling 
more comfortable and self-assured. 
Feeling how much I love women and 
how much women love men." 
Craig Cerney 

We live in a world that sends us very confusing messages about masculinity and femininity. 

In the quest for equality (and in reaction to the harmful and limiting sexism of the 50's), many men & women have felt that the only route is to pretend that they are not only equal, but also the same. This can be a huge loss for both genders and can limit passion and connection in romantic love. 

All men & women naturally possess both Masculine & Feminine qualities -- different people have different mixes of each. This workshop helps us find what our intrinsic individual mix is -- and experience the strength and freedom inherent in acting from that authentic place. 

Many people erroneously equate masculinity with power that harms, while equating femininity with weakness and accommodation. The result is twofold: 

* People may refrain from fully animating their masculinity, because they believe it will necessarily harm or violate others -- when, in reality, any power can be used either to harm or to help. 

* People with a natural abundance of feminine energy may adopt a false masculine shell, believing that it's the only way to be powerful -- not realizing that often a more effortless & effective power can flow from their feminine essence. 

People are most powerful, effective and free when they can animate both their masculine and feminine aspects from a place of love and openness as opposed to fear and defensiveness. 
The goals of the workshop include: 

* Challenging & inspiring the masculine to be consciously present, loving & deeply trustable. 
* Creating a safe, supportive and inviting space for the feminine to open in full radiance. 
* Guiding men and women toward connecting with their authentic selves in ways that feed and free them. 
* Supporting participants in having relationships in which each person feels deeply powerful and served by the other. 
* Witnessing how a polarity of Masculine & Feminine energy can enhance the chemistry & eroticism of a relationship. 

This experiential workshop will be taught using WholeBody Learning. In addition to learning concepts in your mental body -- you'll also experience them in your physical, emotional, intuitive & spiritual bodies -- your "WholeBody." Thus, you'll be better able to fully embody your new-found power & freedom. 

This is an "advance practice" workshop. Through talks, Q&A and intensive & extensive experiential practice we'll be gaining the ability to be our most free, powerful and fully-expressed selves -- while faced with some of life's more challenging situations. 

FACILITATOR: Scott Longwell 


Call Brian at 415-341-4411, or send an email to -- if you have any questions about this event. 

DATE: March 12-13, 2005 

Saturday, 11am-7pm 
Sunday, 11am-7pm 
[Please arrive 20 minutes early to finish registering and get settled] 

- $245, if deposit of $100 is postmarked at least 2 days prior to the event. 

A limited number of work-trade options are also available. Call Scott at 510-836-2041 for more information and to see about the possibility of arranging a trade for workshop tuition.

Sun Mar 13

# The Irish Republican Socialist Committees of North America's San Francisco
Bay Area chapter will again be participating in the San Francisco St.
Patrick's Day Parade and is once again organising an Anti-Imperialist
Contingent as part of its participation.
The parade is taking place this year on Sunday, March 13th.  While we never
have many details this much before the actual parade date, the contingent
will undoubtedly assemble between 10:45 and 11:15 a.m., somewhere south of
Market and, of course, details will be forthcoming once we know them.
The focus of the Anti-Imperialist Contingent this year will again be on
ending the occupation of Iraq and of Ireland, and the slogans we are putting forward are:
British and American Imperialism, Out of Iraq! Out of Ireland!
No War but the Class War!

# Sunday, March 13, join Canopy in a tour of the trees at Gamble Garden. Canopy's Program Director Jana Dilley (me) and Gamble's Director of Horticulture Merrill Jensen will be leading a free Tree Walk. We will meet in front of the Carriage House at 1 p.m.
Embarcadero @ Ramona.

# Scratch Video – Revolution Remixed: 
A post-modern call to battle, for our planet, for our communities, for our

Join us for a screening of three radical remixes of popular Hollywood movies
by local film makers.  These brief, yet high impact culture jams address
globalization, 9-11, war on terrorism, the industrial military complex,
racism, consumer culture, business as usual, our disconnection with nature
in favor of technology, and more. After the film, there will be a
conversation between the film makers and the audience on the films, scratch
video, and local action in Oakland.  

The Red Pill (25 minutes)

THe reD PILL Is a scraTcH vIDeo, a coLLaGe oF cLIPs From HoLLYwooD FeaTure
FILms. IT JuxTaPoses crITIcaL DIaLoGue sPoKen BY THe acTors THaT we Have
maDe GoDs oF, wITH PowerFuL ImaGerY ProDuceD BY THe ProDucTIon sTuDIos THaT
we Have maDe BILLIonaIres oF -- BuT THen reeDITs, remIxes anD
reconTexTuaLIzes IT, To cHanGe THe waY You THInK aBouT THe worLD, To
cHaLLenGe You To THInK oF new waYs oF cHanGInG THe worLD. 

THe reD PILL Is a muLTImeDIa cuLTure Jam THaT TaKes THe Hour-anD-a-HaLF-LonG
commercIaLs For consumer cuLTure, THe ProPaGanDa THaT Is soLD To us as
enTerTaInmenT -- anD THen, In ProuD, GuerILLa, HIP HoP TraDITIon,
reaPProPrIaTes THem anD ForGes THem InTo a weaPon oF war In THe FIGHT
aGaInsT THose verY same aDverTIsInG aGencIes anD THeIr corPoraTe cLIenTs
THaT wouLD BuY anD seLL our verY souLs. 

The Fellowship of the Ring of Free Trade (6 minutes)

Now, for the first time ever, the hidden prophecies of J.R.R. Tolkien's
classic epic, The Lord of the Rings, are decoded in this accurate re-edit of
Peter Jackson's blockbuster motion picture. Unknownst to many readers, The
Lord of the Rings - once thought to be merely a story of archetypal struggle
between good and evil - has been found to contain astute prophetic messages
about the impending crisis of capitalist modernity. The Fellowship of the
Ring of Free Trade includes subtitles of the decoded dialogues in
painstaking detail and the true identities that the story's characters
represent within the prophecy. 

The Twin Towers (15 minutes)

This sequel to The Fellowship of the Ring of Free Trade explores post-911
issues within Mordor (aka United States).
Free Admission

3-5pm, Sunday March 13th, 2005

Parkway Theater
1834 Park Blvd. 
Oakland, CA 94606

Sponsored by Post Carbon Institute  City Repair
Oakland West  and st01en collective with the
intention to connect with people interested in local action, scratch video,
ecological building, post fossil fuel living, and other community projects
in Oakland.

Contact Info: st01en collective, Post Carbon Institute, City Repair Oakland West

Mon Mar 14

# The Artistry of Performance Monday, March 14 
1275 Connecticut @ Cesar Chavez, SF

Join world reknown performers Hoopaliscious (Anah
Reichenbach of Hoop Revolution and SATORI,  and GlitterGirl (Isa Isaacs of
Temple of Poi,  for this donation
based play shop aimed to assist you in your journey
as a new or seasoned Performance Artist!

Open to performers of any type working with any tools,
this event includes exploratory dialogue and
instruction to help you:

  - discover your stage persona or character
  - develop your performance mindset
  - assess your current strengths
  - identify your areas of growth
  - integrate specific feedback on ways to express
yourself more fully
  - learn to utilize the performance experience as a
 catalyst for the discovery and transformation of the
  - understand the importance of costuming
  - transforming perceived failure into feedback for
performance success
  - working effectively in a group

What to Bring:

- your tools to play with
- an open mind!
- comfy clothes to move in
- a pillow to sit on
- your flow journal or notepad - see this URL for
- a donation 
- water or other refreshments
- any costuming or masks you would like to explore

We also encourage you to bring some snacks to share
with the community of artists joining us!

Please RSVP to: or

Feel free to call with any questions!
Anah (323)465-4667

Doors open at 6PM. The workshop will run from 6:30 -
8:30 with an open spin after.

The event is held at 1275 Connecticut Ave (off Ceasar
Chavez between 101 and 280) in San Francisco on
Monday, March 14.

 We are so excited to spend this special evening with
our performance family!

 See you in the circle, Anah and Isa

# I am starting to work with other practitioners both with single individuals and couples.
I also work with couples on my own at the same rate as working with individuals.
Check out pics:  
or at:
Password: TPB2005        2 for 1 Super Deal!!!

My friend Claire is visting from AL and for the fun of it we will both massage you or you and your partner(or close friend) for the same price as my regular rates (see website, I just launched this so yes lot's refining to do). Claire  has absorbed many healing modalities through her on-going international travels.   From the ayurvedic practices of Nepal, to the hamam of Morocco, to the sexual progressiveness of the Netherlands, to spirit-healing practices of Brazil,  Claire incorporates her vast collection of knowledge and experience into each and every session with ease and fluidity.

So you will receive my very uniquely innovative style of bodywork in synergy with Claire's magical presence at the same rate that I am asking for, basically two of us for the price of one.

Claire will be visiting until March 15th so act Now!!!

Also Claire will be leading this playshop...

Second up:  Monday, March 14 from 7-9pm @

WASH TEMPLE: living exploration space      3215 Peralta Street, Oakland            Phone: 510-917-0479 or Claire's Cell: 205-401-0613

Spiritual Economics: Your Natural Abundance is Ready for YOU!

In this perilously materialistic world, we as a collective humanity have lost our respect for money.  We are so overcome by fear of lack, fear of scarcity, fear of poverty, that we actually repel prosperity as opposed to manifesting it.

Through Your Natural Abuadance, you will be coached to deeply examine the beliefs and attitudes you harbor towards money, as well as the people, places, and events that have influenced these beliefs and attitudes.  We will look at the energetic aspects of money, the spiritual applications of economics, as well as the practical realities of your past, present, and future financial situations.

Once we individually become clear on where we stand with money, including how much money we need to maintain the life we desire, we are no longer merely surviving, we’re thriving!  We are letting the money-flow pour through our life without blocking it.  That is my intention with this course—assisting you with the manifestation of unapologetically blissful abundance!  And perhaps even the realization that less is more!

Energy offering: $25-$33    Come Play, Play, Play!!!

Keep In Touch, Brian O'Connell 415-341-4411
Imagination is more important than knowledge... ~Albert Einstein

# Death Guild's 12-year Anniversary Mon Mar 14 9:30 PM
 Glas Kat  520 4th St @ Bryant, SF
The theme is "The Dirty Dozen" 
Hundreds of giveaways, all night long 
12-year anniversary CDs from 
all five of the Death Guild DJs 
Death Guild calendars, T-shirts, birthday cake, and more! 
and the launch of Death Guild Radio 
9:30pm until close, 18+ with valid ID 
$5 until 10:30, $7 after 
Also possibly a couple hundred loaves of bread given away...

Tue Mar 15
# March 15th, 2005, will mark the ninth year of the International Day
Against Police Brutality (IDAPB). It first began in 1997 as an initiative
of the Black Flag collective in Switzerland, with the help of the Montreal
Collective Opposed to Police Brutality. The date was chosen because on
March 15th, two children, aged 11 and 12, were beaten by the Swiss police.

# Tue, Mar 15, 2005 - Tue, Mar 29 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
 National Nutrition Month events with an "Eat In Season" theme
Tuesday Berkeley Farmers' Market
Derby Street at Martin Luther King, Jr. Berkeley

# Tue, Mar 15, 2005 - Tue, May 10 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm FREE
 Choices for Sustainable Living - Ecology Center
2530 San Pablo Ave, near Dwight Way Berkeley

# YLEM Forum: Art Enlivening Biology
Tuesday, March 15, 7:30 pm
McBean Theater, Exploratorium
3501 Lyon St., San Francisco, CA 94123
FREE, Open to the public and wheelchair accessible

Sponsored by YLEM: Artists Using Science and Technology
Contact: Trudy Myrrh Reagan,, 650-856-9593

The YLEM Forum, "Art Enlivening Biology," features Jo Hanson, whose
work in combining art and ecology is legendary, Julie Newdoll, a
painter who combines diagrams of biologically active molecules with
images from mythology, and Jonathon Keats' "misapplications of science."

Artists Restoring the Land
      Jo Hanson is a long-time environmental artist, a curator, lecturer,
writer and advocate. Hanson will talk about her work and that of other
artists who try to restore the land. She notes that cold facts do not
produce environmental change in the economy and our personal habits
that are so urgent. "Such a paradigm change occurs in the heart, in
the presence of knowledge. It is the arts that key in the heart. The
rhetoric must be some version of a song of love."
      Her alarm about the waste society began with daily cleaning of her
windy block of San Francisco in 1970. She began by making whimsical
sculptures from what she collected, then moved to larger efforts, like
a pioneer artist-in-residence program at San Francisco's waste
disposal company.
      Along the Russian River, Hanson's work expanded to include
restoration of native growth, creek and creek bank rehabilitation.
Sadly, she learned that reintroducing native plants does not restore
the self-sustaining ecology it once had. Preventing new destruction is
      A former San Francisco Arts Commissioner, she has also advised the
Exploratorium artist in residence program and co-curated ecological
exhibitions at venues like the San Francisco International Airport.
She co-produces the Women Environmental Artists Directory, and serves
as art and ecology advisor for EarthLight Magazine  and the Bioneers

Merging Myth and Macromolecules in Art
      Julie Newdoll merges life sciences and mythology in her paintings.
She believes that biological systems and ancient cultures, their
myths, and legends, have evolved in similar ways; that they reflect
each other, and speak from our deepest roots. Inspired by nature on a
small scale, she incorporates the delicate images captured with a
microscope and structures of macromolecules such as DNA, RNA, and
proteins in her compositions.
      Her artwork has been featured on numerous journal covers, including
such publications as Nature Reviews Genetics, and art publications
such as Art Business News. In 2005 her work will be shown at the New
York Hall of Science, and the Florence Biennale. She completed a
residency in the Czech Republic with the National Gallery in Prague. 
Newdoll earned a B.A. in microbiology from the University of
California at Santa Barbara, and an M.S. in medical illustration from
the University of California at San Francisco.

The God Project
      Jonathon Keats will discuss his witty 2004 work,"The God Project,"
featured on the cover of San Francisco Weekly and on KQED's March 2
Spark program. Is science an art? Is art a science? In this talk,
Keats will address these questions by telling about his forays into
genetics and neurology laboratories at UC Berkeley and UC San
Francisco. In "The God Project," he attempted to genetically engineer
God in a petri dish. He'll also describe "Brain Trust" (2003) and his
works that play with non-standard time and distance measurement. His
projects are "thought experiments" that rigorously misapply practices
borrowed from biology, chemistry, and physics (as well as law and
economics). Keats strives to take up where natural philosophy left off
- and to bring others into the process.
      Jonathon Keats is a conceptual artist, novelist, and critic. His
conceptual art projects have been featured on the BBC World Service
and he is represented by Modernism Gallery. Additionally, Keats serves
as the art critic for San Francisco Magazine and a columnist for
Artweek.  He is the author of the novel The Pathology of Lies (Warner
Books), and the forthcoming Lighter Than Vanity (Eksmo). He has
recently been awarded fellowships  at Yaddo and the MacDowell Colony

Full information at:      ###

# Also, you might be interested in some free movie screenings SF IndieFest is co-presenting with a club called Drunken Monkey, Tuesdays at the Cat Club, 1190 Folsom at 8th. Doors are at 9p, movie starts at 10p, DJ spins 12a till close at 2a. Cats is 21up:
March 8: Fight Club, March 15: Airplane, March 22: Boondock Saints, March 29:  Repo Man

Wed Mar 16

# Please forward widely:  REMEMBERING RACHEL CORRIE:
An Evening of Music, Poetry and Activism 
 Come celebrate the life and activism of International Solidarity Movement activist Rachel Corrie who was killed by a D-9 Caterpillar bulldozer driven by Israeli soldiers on March 16, 2003 while non-violently attempting to prevent the demolition of a family home in the refugee camp of Rafah, occupied Palestine. Find out what Palestine-solidarity activists and others are doing to further the cause of peace and justice in the Middle East and the world.
Featured Speakers: 
Peter Camejo - Julia Butterfly Hill - Pratap Chatterjee – Barbara Lubin - Starhawk and many more...
Featured Musicians: 
Iron Sheik - Matthew Owens - Tariq Ghazalah – Brass Liberation Orchestra and many more.
Also featuring the poet Noura Erakat
Time: Wednesday, March 16th, 7:00 PM   
Place: King Middle School, 1781 Rose Street, Berkeley 
Requested Donation $20        Reception at 6:00 PM, $50 
 A Benefit for the International Solidarity Movement & The Rachel Corrie Foundation
For more information: - 510-236-4250, 510-825-6968 
Flyer (PDF Document) Please download, copy, and distribute.  More info,

Thu Mar 17

# Thu Mar 17 7-9:30pm Free Meaningful Movies
gathering, 2141 Broadway, Oakland
 Usually about 10-20 people attend. 
will be in a class room setting and there should be time in between 
movies to visit, make new friends and talk about the movies.
Movie Titles:
Dance With Me (15 min in English) 
Set in 1930's France, this is an enchanting tale of romance for an 
older couple at the time of their anniversary.
Farther Than The Eye Can See (75 min, English)
Blind since childhood, Eric Weihenmayer has not let that limitation 
stop him from his love of mountainclimbing. This documentary is an 
intimate look at one of the most successful Mount Everest expeditions 
that includes  expansive cinematography, emotion, humor and suspense.
Naropa University-Oakland located at 2141 Broadway (upstairs), corner
of 22nd Street and Broadway near 19th St BART. For disabled elevator
access, please call ahead. Donations appreciated to defray expenses.
For info call Levi at 510-282-9202 or email

Fri Mar 18


# Help get the word out. Please forward. Thanks!

*11th Annual Radical Performance Festival*

Bay Area's Longest-Running Political Theater Festival, the Radical 
Performance Festival '05 will present
conscious visual and performing artists in a two-night benefit celebration!
SOMARTS Cultural Center* 934 Brannan St @ 8th St, San Francisco*
Fri and Sat March 18th and 19th 2005!!*

Dozens of socially-conscious artists bring their voices to The Eleventh 
RADICAL PERFORMANCE FEST by presenting new works of poetry, dance, theater,
music, hip-hop, a cappella singing, spoken word and more!

Fri & Sat Emcee: Nafis!
plus antics by Big Tadoo Puppet Crew

*Fri 3/18:
Sparlha Swa
Shailja Patel
JB:Rap (of the D/DC)
The Luckey Brothers
Julia Butterfly
Pick Pocket Ensemble
Ashley Brockington
Art in Action poets
Ky-Phong Tran (of the Vietnamese Artists Collective)
w/Linh Nguyen

Sat 3/19:
Sistas in the Pit
Deep Dick Collective
Colored Ink
Matt Gonzalez
Blue Buddha
Brass Liberation Orchestra
Dancers Without Borders
Art in Action poets*

Eleven years after its inception (at a tiny bar in the
shaking up the Bay Area by presenting diverse, vital
local artists who are all about changing the world
with their thought-provoking, passionate performances.

The RPF'05 features some of the finest, known and
emerging, local artists/performers who are chosen not
only because of the high caliber of their work, but
because their vision speaks directly to the need for
creative action in responding to the local and global
issues of our times!
**Price: $10 to $25 sliding scale (Tix sold nite of show only)
Box Office: 7:30pm Show: 8pm
To volunteer or to reserve a ticket call: (415) 282-3104*

*All of the artists and producers are donating their time. 100% of the 
proceeds after expenses goes to the
Art in Action Youth Scholarships and the "Attica to Abu-Ghraib" conference
please visit: &

Sat Mar 19

#  March 19, 2005: Global Day of Action?No to War & Occupation
SF March Assembles: 11 a.m. Dolores Park; Rally: 1 p.m. Civic Center

 Location: The Streets of Our World!!!  GLOBAL  
More Info:  
March 19-20 marks the two-year anniversary of the U.S. bombing and invasion of Iraq. After all of the death and destruction, and with the Bush administration claiming a mandate to continue their war, there's a new urgency and a stronger determination within the global antiwar movement to bring the troops home now. 
*End the War on Iraq* 
* Bring the Troops Home Now * 
*So They Stop Returning Home in These* 
and instead of war and global devastation let's... 
*Rebuild Our Global Communities * 
Millions will again unite globally to say YES to world peace!!! 

# # Sat Mar 19 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Palo Alto
  Canopy will be holding a Fungus Fighters workday to remove ivy that is damaging trees in Rinconada Park. We are looking for volunteers to help. If you are interested, contact Canopy at 650-964-6110 or by email at No experience is necessary.

# Saturday March 19th,  2:30 - 5:30
Screening: The Emotional World of Farm Animals
 Pacifica Library, 104 Hilton Wy (at Palmetto), Pacifica. 
 Free with RSVP     RSVP:
Please join Bay Area Vegetarians for this special event.  Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson’s latest book, The Pig Who Sang to the Moon, is a groundbreaking work that explores the emotional lives of pigs, cows, chickens, sheep, goats, and ducks. In both the book and its companion piece, the documentary film "The Emotional World of Farm Animals", Masson learns about and develops relationships with animals most often ignored—except when they’re being eaten. As he shares his new knowledge and insights with us, it’s easy to understand his affection for these animals—and his conviction that we must change the horrendous reality most of them live.   
FYI, there is no graphic footage in this film.
 It is suitable for audiences of all ages.
Doors open at 2:30, film starts at 3:00 pm;  free admission with RSVP   Light vegan refreshments served.   Please bring a friend to see this film.    
Sponsored by: Bay Area Vegetarians, 

# Sat Mar 19
Hey y'all the house of lotus is gearing up to do it again.
this st patricks day we are breaking out the el circo sound system and
special guests for serious subsonic love.
come join us and help us put this operation back on the nevada playa where
it belongs.
deets below and flyer attached.  its gonna rock and your ass needs to be in
the muthafukkin place.  underground location in the mission.  please respect
the neighbors.  ssshhh
tha deets: Saturday March 19th
10PM - 6AM 270 14th St at Mission
House O'Lotus DJs: Alibi (Lotus)
DeepEddy (Lotus) Shissla (Lotus, pARTicipate)
PLUS - top secret guest: Agent Squish (Bassnympho Labs)
Sound by El Circo Sound System
$10 in festive irish threads $15 w/o

# here's what we're thinking... gonna blow your mind this time
music in motion through mutliple formats
djs feeding in and off of each other   no style-- and many
9-10 30 sly 10 30 - 11 30 - dfunkt  11 30 - 12 30 - rodman
12 30 - 3:30 - kaptn kirk vs mancub vs lazy slave
3:30 - 4:30 rodman vs whoever is sober enough to spin
some overlap between all sets of course with 
the VS tag teaming flow goin on
always an amazing place with amazing peoples
march 19  anon salon presents;  dc raves dj selectas...
285 9th St @ Folsom

# Mar 19,20 Anniv of 2003 bombing of IRAQ - GENERAL STRIKE
Massive Global Protests: 

Sun mar 20

# Sunday, March 20 7:00  - 9:30 PM Hotel Utah 
500 500 4th Street ( at Bryant )    some
of the most beautiful, heartfelt soul moving and sole 
tapping music in an intimate environment. 
These events have been held monthly since November at 
the Spiral Muse Home of Well Being, and are now going 
to be held at San Francisco's famous Hotel Utah 
beginning with the next showcase on Sunday, 3/20/2005.
 The bands at the last showcase included the very 
soulful Shelley Doty ( ) and the
ethereal  songstress Polyanna Bush ( ).  
atmosphere is intimate, the musicians will move you, 
and the price is right too --there is only a $7 cover.
 If you sign up at 
at least 48 hours in advance of the show, you can get 
2 for 1 admission prices, so that is 2 for $7.00. This

# "Central Park Belongs to the People--March on Central Park on March 20 
to End the Occupation!"

# The Rasa Family Presents... EARTH AWAKENING

Spring Equinox with Tezkatlipoka Aztec Dance
Studio Rasa, Berkeley
Sunday, March 20th 
$10, free to all children!

The Aztec Dancers will join us in a blessing for the
children and
to share their brilliant dance accompanied by their
drumming. We will circle together in song and prayer
and unify to welcome in Spring's renewal. Bring an
instrument and an offering for an earth altar. We will
dance, sing and enjoy the blessing of life.

7:00 Altar Creation
7:30 Blessing of the Children
7:45 Aztec Dance Performance
8:45 Community Music Circle with Local Singer

Also on the Equinox...

REIKI 1 TRAINING with Matt and Ed Schmookler

Join us this Spring Equinox for an all day training
and attunement in the first degree practice of Reiki. 
Reiki, Universal Life Energy, is an ancient practice
of hands-on healing from Japan. Attunement allows
access to this energy to help yourself and others
heal. In the training you will learn how to hold your
hands gently on the energy centers of the body and
allow Reiki to flow through. You will learn hands on
positions for treating yourself and others. You will
also learn the history and principles of Reiki and
basic ethics and anatomy for Reiki bodywork practice. 
Ed and Matthew are father and son and are both Reiki
masters and teachers. Matthew has been practicing
Reiki for over six years and Ed, for seven.

Limited Space Available
Please call (510) 459-0479 to reserve space

Where is it all happening...

Studio Rasa
A community sanctuary in Berkeley offering movement,
meditation, massage, music and more...

933 Parker (btwn 8th and 9th St.)
(510) 843-2787

sharing the essence of life

Mon Mar 21

 On-going Mondays from 5:30-6:30pm
Starting March 21st @ The Circus Center
755 Frederick Street SF, CA 94122 (right by UCSF) or call 
(415) 759-8123.

# Natural Resources, a pregnancy,childbirth and early
parenting center will be  hosting an evening lecture with
Michel Odent on Monday, March 21st from 7:45 to 9:45pm at the Noe
Valley Ministry.  1021 Sanchez St. near 23rd St.
Tickets $20 Natural Resources at  415)550-2611. Compassion means not mutilating your baby.

# Also, you might be interested in some free movie screenings SF IndieFest is co-presenting with a club called Drunken Monkey, Tuesdays at the Cat Club, 1190 Folsom at 8th. Doors are at 9p, movie starts at 10p, DJ spins 12a till close at 2a. Cats is 21up:
March 8: Fight Club, March 15: Airplane, March 22: Boondock Saints, March 29:  Repo Man

# Please help support the campaign to shut down the PG&E power plant in
Hunters Point.  Flyer's being sent as an attachment.  spread the word...

Wed Mar 23

# Protest to shut the pg&e hunters point power plant
 Evict PG&E from Hunters Point!      COMMUNITY PROTEST
 for environmental justice    Wed March 23, 2005 12 Noon
 PG&E Corporate HQ 77  Beale St , SF
 at Market Street near Embarcadero BART
Sponsored by the Coalition to Shut Down the PG&E Hunters Point Power Plant,
Huntersview Tenants Association, All Hallows Garden Residents Association,
Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice, Code Blue, Community
First Coalition  (415) 248-5010

Thu Mar 24

Thursday, March 24, 7:00 PM
Mission High School, 3750 18th Street (at Dolores)
$5 requested donation; Free for students; No one turned away
Featured Speakers include:
?Rahul Mahajan, Anti-war Activist and Author of Full Spectrum Dominance: U.S. Power in Iraq and Beyond
?Cindy Sheehan, mother of fallen Iraq war soldier, Co-Founder of Gold Star Parents for Peace, and member of Military Families Speak Out
?Fernando Suarez, father of fallen Iraq war soldier, Founder of Guerrero Azteca Project and member of Gold Star Parents for Peace
?Aimee Allison, Gulf War conscientious objector, counter recruiter, and Oakland City Council candidate
?Howard Wallace, San Francisco Labor Council, National Board of Pride at Work, and Steering Committee of US Labor Against the War
?Sean O'Neil, US Veteran of the Iraq War and purple-heart recipient
?Medea Benjamin, Co-Founder of Global Exchange and CODEPINK: Women for Peace

# Th Mar 25 FULL MOON

# ***please forward***** The 8th Annual
*****A N A R C H I S T  C A F E*****
Vegan dinner!!  Music!!  Spoken Word!! Surprises!!
Friday, March 25, 2005 6pm on
"The Kitchen" 225 Potrero Ave., at 16th St SF
$5 - $15 donation requested No one turned away 
VIDEO by Video Activist Network
dinner 7 - 8
performers indoors 7-10:30
video 8-9
all ages!  kid space!
drug and alcohol free space.
wheelchair accessible.
volunteers needed to help volunteer, email
This year’s Anarchist Café is a benefit for The Central Committee for
Conscientious Objectors, which supports and promotes individual and
collective resistance to war and preparations for war; and for From Attica to Abu Ghraib: An Organizing
Conference on Human Rights, Torture, and Resistance, sponsored by the
International Human Rights Initiative

Fri Mar 26

#  ? Golden Gate Park ? Stanyan @ Waller / Kezar Pavillion ?
 10th Annual San Francisco Anarchist Book Fair March 26th

Speakers confirmed so far include:

Barry Pateman - archivist at the Kate Sharpley Library, and senior
editor at the Emma Goldman Papers. The most recent volume of
Emma Goldman - A Documentary History Of The American Years
Volume 2: Making Speech Free, 1902-1909 has just been published
by University of California Press,and he has authored introductions
to both the new edition of Alexander Berkman's 'What Is
Anarchism' and The Voltairine De Cleyre Reader

Ward Churchill - reknowned scholar activist and troublemaker is
the author and editor of numerous books and audio CDs. His latest
work is On The Justice Of Roosting Chickens

Eric Drooker - legendary graphic artist whose work has graced a
thousand walls, posters, t shirts and book covers. His seminal novel
without words, Flood! is now available again in a new elegant

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz - pioneering feminist, and perennial activist
is the author of two (to date) autobiographies - Red Dirt: Growing
Up Okie, and her memoir of the 60s, Outlaw Woman

Peter Werbe is an editor of Fifth Estate, the longest-running
anarchist journal in America today.

Chris Carlsson spent 13 years stealing office supplies to produce
Processed World, a zine that chronicled the drudgery of 9-to-5 desk
jobs. He helped bring Critical Mass into being, and created
SHAPING SAN FRANCISCO: The Interactive Multimedia
Excavation of the Lost History of San Francisco

Entartete Künst (German for 'degenerate art') is an
anarcho-electro/hip-hoppers put out political electronic music that
fuses low- and high-brow culture (think dark, slow hip-hop with
Noam Chomsky samples) into a potent mix that challenges the
status quo.


# Also, you might be interested in some free movie screenings SF IndieFest is co-presenting with a club called Drunken Monkey, Tuesdays at the Cat Club, 1190 Folsom at 8th. Doors are at 9p, movie starts at 10p, DJ spins 12a till close at 2a. Cats is 21up:
March 8: Fight Club, March 15: Airplane, March 22: Boondock Saints, March 29:  Repo Man

April 2005

# SECOND ANNUAL National "I'm Embarrassed 
by the pResident" Day, April 1st, 2005.
WEAR A BROWN RIBBON, official button, brown clothing
in protest of all the BS coming out of the White House

#    a comMUNIty mutiny against fare hikes hits SF in the form
  of a reclaim the streets (RTS) street party on
  Its a masquerade ball, so if you dont want to hang for it later,
  you better D r E s S    t O    I m p R e s S.   We'll hit the streets 
at 1 pm sharp in search of fun and mischief...
Download publicity (or make your own) at or and put them up anywhere and everywhere.

Sat April 2 12 PM - 3 PM
at the historic Swedish American Hall
above Café DuNord, 2174 Market Street (at 15th Street)

# DUSTFISH CIRCUS and FUNDRAISER   4/2/05   @NIMBY in Oakland 
Every year we hear complaints about not enough LIVE MUSIC on the Playa, and every year, DUSTFISH goes to the Playa, builds a stage and bar, plugs in the lights and PA, and presents HOT LIVE MUSIC, and DJS...last year we presented a Stilt Ballet and the searing music of KAN'NAL, among other things.   Here's your chance to support LIVE ART on the Playa and have a Blast doing it! 
Whether it's live music or djs or just a fun good vibe you're after, you'll find it this night... 
LIVE (inside stages)  *DR. ABACUS*  *GOOFERMAN*  *FUNKY BEULAH*  *ECC (Evolution Control Committee)*  *ALT TAL*  *ARTEMIS*  *KURT WAHLBERG*  *LA MALINCHE (Flemenco)*  *GROUNDCHUCK*  *FIRE ARTS COLLECTIVE*   and believe it or not a *FLASH & LORD HUCKLEBERRY DUET* 
and, should you feel like dancing your booty off around the fire: 
DJS (outside)  *OOAh*  *SMOOVE*  *NoMe*  *LARON aka SWAN*  *DAISY CRAVE*  *SHRIMP*  *LEO* 
@NIMBY  ( ) for directions...(just over the Bridge if coming from SF) 
4/2/05    9pm-??? (you might wanna bring your sunglasses?)    $5 b4 11pm   $10 after for changes, more (yes, more!) and updates...Festive (Playa) Attire Highly, I'm laughing my ass off....... 
and, many, many thanks, in advance...DUSTFISH LOVES YOU!  
(now, bend over and crack a smile!) 
28th @ Peralta, Oakland.
details at

Do not feed the machine April 15th. GENERAL STRIKE
Northern California War Tax Resistance announce list. (510) 843-9877
Infor/support for conscientious war tax resisters in the SF Bay Area.

# Five years after thousands of activists came to Washington 
DC in the first mass show in the U.S. of dissent and solidarity with the global 
struggle against the World Bank and IMF, the Mobilization for Global Justice is 
calling for people to come to Washington DC April 15-17th, 2005 to protest the 
institutions during their semi-annual spring meetings and to celebrate the 
other, more just world that is under construction due to the daily resistance 
of millions of people worldwide! 
For More Information and to Get Involved: 
Visit E-mail 

# 4/15-17 Washington DC: Spring Mobilization 
against the World Bank and IMF

# 5th Annual Conference for Young Women Affected by Breast Cancer Feb 19-20, 2005; 96th Meeting American Association for Cancer Research April 16-20, 2005; SABCS 2005 Breast Cancer Action

April 28-May 1st, 2005 Witch Well, Arizona
Announcing Toast! the Arizona regional burn 2005, brought to you by the Azburners, Burning Man's Arizona regional community. Come out to Witch Well Arizona and enjoy 4 days of artistic creation and interactive participation within the ethos and culture of Black Rock City. Toast 2005 is April 28th -May 1st . Tickets are already on sale. For more info see
Be there or be square!
For more info on Arizona based regional events contact, or check out the regional website,

# Bicycle Film Festival: Call For Entries
Sunday, May 1 2005  - Tuesday, May 31 2005 
 New York, Los Angles, San Francisco, Tokyo, and London! Haight Ashbury
 212 726 8505

# San Francisco Sex Worker Festival 2005
 Sunday, May 1 2005  - Sunday, May 8 2005 
 Roxie Cinema  3117 16th St @ Valencia
 Providing information about sex worker rights and issues. 
 BAYSWAN is specifically geared towards sex workers as well as activists, students and faculty. BAYSWAN, Bay Area Sex Worker Advocacy Network, is a collaborative project providing information for sex workers and about the sex industries. BAYSWAN organizes to improve working conditions, increase safety and services for workers, and to eliminate discrimination on behalf of individuals working within the sex industry. 

# May 20-29 Portland, OR Village Building Convergence 5
Human-Scale Community Action at the Urban Crossroads
Ready to change the world starting in your neighborhood? intersection repair

# June 11th-12 27th Annual HARMONY FESTIVAL
(Formerly Health & Harmony Festival)
Northern California's premiere community celebration of progressive culture
Music * Arts * Ecology * Healthful Living
Saturday and Sunday, June 11th-12th, 2005.
Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA
11AM - 8PM Saturday? 11AM - 7PM Sunday
Saturday Night Dance?? 8PM - 12 PM

# June 17,18,19
Sierra Nevada World Music Fest. Calaveras Co. Fgnds.

#   BURNING RIVER – June 25 & 26
 Saturday & Sunday, 2 hours north of the Bay Area on the Upper Cache River
 Can you imagine 100+ Burners on a fabulous, hot, sunny day on the river?  We can dress in crazy attire, have water battles (Super Soakers are a must), chill out on the beaches and just enjoy being in a wet, tree-lined environment with amazing scenery right before our eyes.  Once you are on the river, there is nothing to do but have fun and relax.  All meals are taken care of and all gear is sent ahead.  The most you have to worry about is loosing your paddle and having to swim.
 At night, we can put on the Bling!Bling!, light up our e-poi/e-staffs while dazzling the natives by the river’s edge.  With a little coordination, we could set up our own cozy village with a community bar among the trees and deeply connect with one another.
 If we get enough interest, we may be able to take over one campsite for ourselves (run the music, stay up all night, etc.) and have leverage to book a campground on the way for the preceding Friday night stay or perhaps negotiate discount rooms at the local casino for Friday night.  Stay tuned for these opportunities…
 This is an all-inclusive, family-oriented (12 yrs +/min. 65 lbs.) event so we encourage you to bring the whole Burner family and to post this announcement out to other Burner communities.  The company running it has Burners on the payroll but the guests will be a mix of Burners and non-Burners – our goal is to make it mostly Burners! 
 The scheduled trip includes 2 days of volcanic river canyon rafting (rated class 3 but is mostly class 2) in either a 2 person ‘ducky’ or a 4 persons raft.  The $139 pp fee includes all on-river meals and evening entertainment, life jacket, camping fees, parking, raft rental, paddles and shuttle service.  There will be some free tickets for those in our community who cannot afford this adventure but passionately want to attend.
 2 hours north of the Bay Area on the Upper Cache River.   See you on the river! Glimmer

Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID.  Marburry v. Madison -1803

treasonous, secretive congress, is not binding law.
Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID.  Marburry v. Madison -1803

-The Geneva convention instructs us to resist genocide by any means necessary.
-The US constitution directs us to overthrow our government if it fails to represent us.

If a cop does not understand these laws, you can arrest him for impersonating an officer.

Get used to ignoring or arresting officers who do not understand the US Constitution.

Live free or die.

Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID.  Marburry v. Madison -1803
Ignore or arrest any cop who asks to see such. You are allowed to do so 
by the Geneva Convention and the US Constitution.
Passed by treasonous, secretive congress, HR 418 Real ID ACT
is NULL AND VOID. Note how senate secretly approved this bill the eve before running away to winter break.  Note US history of passing repressive legislation the eve before a break,
so that no opposition or public response can take place.
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.