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UPDATED: Urgent action needed on REAL ID Act HR 418
A tri-national ID card, merging US driver license databases with Canada and Mexico could be passed under the banner of 9/11 today. Here's an urgent action alert from :
Call your Senators by dialing the congressional switchboard at (202) 224-3121
 it is imperative to call both of your Senators IMMEDIATELY with the following simple message:
OPPOSE all provisions of the REAL ID Act.

Save The Rain Forests By watching people have sex for the cause.
 Call it Eco-Porn:

Green Building BS

Clint Eastwood is all about logging and developing...

Only Vaccinated Amish Children Are Autistic

 Scientists raise spectre of cancer-causing packaging 

Scientists Suffer for Exposing Hazards of 
Genetically Modified Organisms in Your Food

Oregon Bill Requires Drivers License Applicants To Register For Draft

Theologian calls for response to 9/11

What Kind of Sex Does Justice Scalia Have With His Wife? 

The Most Important Thing You Don't Know About "Peak Oil"

The end of oil is closer than you think
 Oil production could peak next year, reports John Vidal. 
Just kiss your lifestyle goodbye,13026,1464050,00.html

Rumsfeld Seals The Deal On Military Bases To Launch Attack On Iran

Global Day of Action to Free World's Only Imprisoned 
Nobel Peace Prize Recipient On Her 60th Birthday

Please support the San Francisco Vegetarian Society!!!
They are now carrying RAW IN TEN MINUTES and proceeds of sales helps 
to support the San Francisco Vegetarian Society!
They are really into RAW Organic Cuisine! Thank you!
Bryan Au

The 2005 Seal Hunt: The Battle Continues:

The largest commercial slaughter of marine mammals on the planet has begun. By the end of this year's hunt, more than 300,000 seals will have been brutally killed--many of them babies as young as 12 days old. Some of them will have been skinned while still conscious and able to feel pain. Stand with me today and stop the seal hunt forever by joining the Canadian seafood boycott.

Once you've signed the pledge, you'll be able to spot Canadian seafood by using HSUS's downloadable pocket guide to spotting seafood. You can also sign up for Seal Watch, a frequent email that HSUS will send out during the hunt featuring stories and images.

Thanks for joining me in ending this awful hunt.

Please I am just trying to get as many ppl as possible aware of this terrible hunt that started last month. They beat the shit out of these seals and skin them alive. Thats fcuked. Please take 5 minutes out of your day to sign this pledge and to visit the website. If you have a little more time ...its important that you tell as many people as possible about this website and have them sign the pledge. This means a lot to me and it needs to be stopped. Thanks for your time!!!!

Learn more about the hunt at

Please help me stop this....its uncalled for!


Thu Apr 21  

# Thursday, April 21, 2005, 7pm
 Film and Discussion: In recognition of Earth Day, the UC Berkeley Environmental Coalition and the Berkeley Energy Alliance for Renewables is screening "The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream" — With brutal honesty and a touch of irony, The End of Suburbia explores the American Way of Life and its prospects as the planet approaches a critical era. With oil prices at 25 year highs, and gasoline prices at all time highs, this film is particularly timely.  Questions and answers following the film.  Co-sponsored by Post Carbon Institute.  Location: 370 Dwinelle Hall. Time: 7pm. Info: Brooke Owyang, (510) 812-6011 or

# meeting of the (Northern California) 9-11 Truth Alliance will be
Thursday, April 21, 7:00pm - 10:00pm, 
Grand Lake Neighborhood Center (GLNC) is at 530 Lake Park Avenue
between Lakeshore Avenue and Grand Avenue in Oakland.  (The Grand Lake
Theater is on the corner of Grand and Lake Park.)

911 - inside job.     Demand investigation! - - - - -  -

# SF Cable meetings this Wednesday and Thursday

The City and County of San Francisco will be holding this week the first two official community meetings on the cable negotiations with Comcast. Please come and tell us what do you want from the new cable agreement.

 Cheaper cable rates for senior and low-income households?
 Money for media production in local neighborhoods?
 Resources for Public Access, Education, and Government channels?
 Strong consumer protections and worker rights?

This and much more may be possible. Come and tell us what are your needs and the needs of your community!

 WED, APRIL 20, 2005, 7:00 PM
Presidio Branch Library (it's not in the Presidio!)
3150 Sacramento Street (near Baker)

 THU, APR 21, 2005, 7:00 PM
Minnie and Lovie Ward Recreation Center
(formerly the Ocean View Recreation Center)
650 Capitol Ave at Montana Street

Please go to for maps and public transportation.

These meetings are free and open to the public. We will post info about additional meetings as soon as these are scheduled.

Also  a link for a survey: What do you think of Comcast? Give us your opinion!

# 4/21: The End of Suburbia (berkeley) Thursday, April 21, 2005, 7pm 

In recognition of Earth Day, the UC Berkeley Environmental Coalition and the Berkeley Energy Alliance for Renewables is screening "The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream" — With brutal honesty and a touch of irony, The End of Suburbia explores the American Way of Life and its prospects as the planet approaches a critical era. With oil prices at 25 year highs, and gasoline prices at all time highs, this film is particularly timely. 

Questions and answers following the film with Jan Lundberg, Cal Simone, and others. Jan Lundberg is an energy analyst who published the Lundberg Letter on oil industry trends and now publishes, an online journal focused on ending oil dependency, paving, and disposable plastics. Cal Simone is a Jungian scholar, teacher, and writer who has dedicated his life to bringing what's in the collective unconscious to consciousness. He is writing a book on the current energetic state and trends of the American collective psyche.
Location: 370 Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley campus. 
7pm. Info: Brooke Owyang, (510) 812-6011 or

# Free.  Thu April 21 Sustainable Solutions Caravan Reportback 
 2nd annual Sustainable Solutions Caravan traveled on straight vegetable oil alternative fuel from California to Costa Rica sharing seeds, information, and technologies for sustainable living. They spread information about alternative fuels and organic agriculture and connected farmers with organic distributors, thereby providing economic incentive and technical help for farmers to transition to organic. Come hear about their trip! 
 7 pm - 9 pm.   Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo Ave, near Dwight Way, Berkeley. 
 510-548-2220 x233, 

# Thur 4/21: School of the Americas Documentaries @ Dominican University (san rafael)
 Two documentary films on the School of the Americas at Ft. Benning, GA.
Followed by a panel discussion with filmmakers and distinguished guests.

Journey to Awareness: Crossing the Line at Ft. Benning, GA
a film produced and developed by the Multimedia Academy at Richmond High School. (45 min.)
Filmmakers will be present.

The New Patriots
Dir. Robert Richter USA (2002). 18 min.
Five U. S. military veterans, including a Congressional Medal of Honor winner and a woman West Point graduate, speak out about terrorism, patriotism, and their transformation from warriors to peace activists. They also describe the School of the Americas as a school for terrorism. 
Robert Richter has garnered two Academy Award nominations, three Dupont Columbia Broadcast Journalism awards, National Emmys, Peabody Awards, and many film festival prizes.

  Thurs., April 21  7:00 PM 
 Dominican University, Alemany Library 207-208 
 Magnolia Ave. and Acacia Ave., San Rafael 
 Int'l Latino Film Festival -
Dominican Univeristy of California -

# 4/21 Bonfire Social with the Outdoor Adventure Club (Ocean Beach)
 7:30-10pm directly across from the Beach Chalet restaurant and Bar

# Tricky Monkees Mystery of the Day: What does the-- the mighty internationally re-nowned- DJ GARTH (Wicked, Grayhound Recordings), Nu-breaks kidstar- DJ PETER BLICK, Gamelan Monkey Chants- ONE PEOPLE VOICE CO. an 8 piece Balkan band BRASS MENAGERIE & surprise guests!??!? have in common? UNDER1UMBRELLA @ 111 Minna thurs. APRIL 21, 2005 8p-2a new star configurational experiments monthly offered from the heart by MYSTIC FAMILY CIRCUS $10-$15 sliding scale 8p-2p 111 Minna Gallery 111 Minna St. (cross 2nd st) San Francisco *Minna st. is 1 block south of Mission st.* *if you've often performed with mfc and wish to be on the $5 guest list, please contact Carmenchu at 650-771-5635. thank you, hope you come and support the artists* *U1U will be off for the summer and back in the fall- so don't miss your friends at this one and the next one- Sunday, May15!

# Hello from spiritual technology labs, want to remind you all about our
family affair this Thursday BEAT CHURCH FEATURING: KRADDY (muti music)
with your resident beat ministers: NEP~TUNE (spiritual technology)
KITTY~D (kitty-ology)
 this thurs. 4-21 @ nikkies 460 haight st. (at fillmore)
$5 @ tha door = begins @

Fri Apr 22

# Friday, April 22, 2005 (6am) Earth Day Sunrise Ceremony Palo Alto Baylands Baylands Nature Preserve, Sailing Station Parking Lot, 2900 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto

Fri April 22 (9am to midnight) Keplers Earth Day Benefit for Acterra Menlo Park Keplers Books,  1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park  650-324-4321

# Let's create an Environmental Teach-In April 22, which will lead up to Green Cities for the Planet and World Environment Day! Make our city awake! Make San Francisco green! Find a school, classroom, coffee shop, park, church, corner, or other place that will hold a Teach-In on April 22 and organize a learning event for our beautiful planet Earth! Let's get everyone involved, and create events like talks, slide shows, discussion groups, music, poetry, and open mikes for Earth, all over the place on April 22! Recruit expert speakers to increase our community's knowledge! Post your event! Add refined ideas that come from the events on the World Environment Day Green Cities Declaration draft WIKI for our children's children here on Earth!

# Help Re-Grow Salmon Habitat! Restore riparian habitat along San Geronimo Creek. Fri April 22nd Earth Day Celebration 1- 5pm. Where: We will meet at Roy's Pools on the San Geronimo Valley Golf Course. Directions from 101: Take Sir Francis Drake to Fairfax. Continue on SF Drake ~5 mi West of Fairfax (over the big hill, past the Golf Course). Just past the golf course, make a left onto Nicasio Valley Drive, then left onto San Geronimo Valley Drive. Park under the cypress grove on the left hand side. What to bring: Protective clothing, including work gloves and sturdy shoes. Water & snacks. Please RSVP - Contact Paola at, 415.488.0370 x102

# Art at the Dump Fri April 22 5:00pm to 9:00pm free
 Art show at the dump! The opening reception of work created by Mike Farruggia and Patrick Haywood will be on April 22, 2005 from 5 to 9 p.m. The work on display will reflect the culmination of a three-month residency where they made art from found objects taken from SF Recycling & Disposal (a subsidiary of Norcal Waste Systems, Inc.)
 SF Recycling & Disposal Artist in Residence Program
503 Tunnel Ave SF 415 330 1415

# Fri April 22 6-9p SF Green Party's Earth Day Open House
Earth Day celebration with the SF Green Party!
Join Green Party activists, Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi and School Board
members Sarah Lipson and Mark Sanchez on Friday, April 22nd to celebrate 
Earth Day at the Green Party's open house from 6:00-9:00 pm. The event also celebrates the
second year anniversary of the SF Green Party's office space at 1028 A
Howard. This is an opportunity to see what the Party is doing to make SF a
better place. 
Come on by to meet Greens, progressive activists, and elected leaders, enjoy
light refreshments and beverages and a meeting-free evening with us.
The event is free and open to the public. 1028 A Howard Street (between 6th
and 7th sts). For more info, please call 701-7090. visit us online at 

# Fri Apr 22  6:15pm Celebrate Earth Day – April 22!
"The Future of Food" – An Evening of Food, Film & Discussion featuring a
powerful new film about how genetically modified foods are quietly taking
over farmlands and flooding our grocery stores. A lively panel discussion
will follow with authors Mollie Katzen, of the Moosewood Cookbook, and
Michael Pollan, of Botany of Desire, Ignacio Chapela, UC Berkeley
Environmental Scientist, and award-winning filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia.
Friday, April 22 at St. John's Presbyterian Church, 2727 College Avenue,
Berkeley.  Wine & Cheese reception at 6:15pm; film at 7pm.  Tickets $10-20
sliding scale to benefit the Community School of the East Bay Scholarship
Fund.  For more information:  (510) 923-0505 or visit:

# SF Urban Alliance for Sustainability presents EarthNite 2005  ( *
 Friday, April 22 8pm - Midnight  $5  
 @ California Institute of Psychoacoustics
739 Bryant St (Between 5th & 6th) SF, Planet Earth 415.820.1456
SFUAS has been laying low for the long winter and is now awakening into a more active state once again.  Some exciting Sustainability events coming your way this spring/summer starting with our second annual "EarthNite" event, co-hosted by CIP (California Institute of Psychoacoustics).

This event will be less structured in businesslike behavior and more focused on celebration of our connection with our precious Mother Earth.  Join us for an evening of socializing with your fellow sustainable Urbanites, enjoy organic munchies, wine and entertainment from some of SF's finest musically-conscious acts:

- Goz w/ Special Guest
- Alex Theory (Mystic Vibration)
- Maer (Dub Beautiful/OEM Radio)
- Leila Sadeghi (Bellydance Performance)
{and a possible guest appearance by}
JONI MITCHELL Recording and Performing Artist / Activist

Joni Mitchell will be the featured lecturer at the Commonwealth Club earlier in the evening 7-9pm and we're hoping to entice her to come to our event as the after-party!  More info to come... 
 -- Bring your printed literature for our Green Info Table
-- Add your project to our growing project wall <
-- Become a SFUAS supporting member <
 Several Volunteers needed for Food Prep/Service, Decor/Breakdown . email

# April 22 Santa Cruz-ish FULL MOON Lorin

 Fri April 22 Friends and Family invites you to join us for High Rollers!

A schwanky, downtempo night of good fun gaming to help us stock
up on chips for our push to the playa!

Get out your formal, or better yet, playa formal wear and head out
for Oakland where all the fab freaks and acey doozies will be
testing their luck and bravado at...

Craps  -  Roulette  -  Blackjack  -  Poker  -  Scrabble

Dealt by pro-fessionals (no joke y'all this is the real deal!)
while enjoying trademark Schwanky beverages concocted by your
favorite underground cocktail connoisseurs and performance
bartists, served up by our hottest hotties.

Top 10 winners on the night will receive most excellent
acknowledgments of their prowess in the form of luxurious yet
oh-so-useful prizes including....

   - Pro-Dealt Texas Hold-Em Night at Your House!
   - Extremely Rare 2005 FnF Campout Tix (2 sets of 2)
   - Custom Designed Playa Finery by ViaJay
   - One of a Kind Playa Gear by Sandy Reyes
   - Sterling Silver FnF Gearhead Pendants by Kristina Kada

And much more!

Or course your night at the FnF casino wouldn't be complete
without the finest in sultry tunes provided by:

        Polyvinyl (live!)
        And a couple of other surprises =)

Whether you like to gamble or not, this will be a night to

Doors at 9:00. Gaming from 10:00 - 2:00. Party till we're done.
$5 gets you in. $15 gets you in with $20 in FnF chips!

Located at 1919 Market St. in Oakland. Here's a map:

 PS: Just to be clear, you're gambling for dope prizes, not cash.
All in good fun, yo =)

# 4/22 1015 Folsom: (***  REMOTE VIEWING ***)-    4/22  ALL SYSTEMS GO!!!    this is going to be wonderfully off the hook.
Earthling is here writing new music and Jirah will blow you away with all of his amazing new trax!

# Nu @ The Blue Cube Friday, April 22  10:00 PM
 IN THE LAB (Hard/Prog/Psytrance) 
*Enemy vs Peeche (Skills/Nu) 
 2 x 4 Turntable Battle between two fierce NRG dj's. Be prepared for pounding techno rhythms with filtered funk to make you jump. 
*Liam Shy (Tantra/Nu) 
 21 year old Liam Shy has a punk energy that turns trance dancefloors into seething mosh pits. 
*Obu (Bombay Power/Nu) 
 21 year old Obu has rocked cities from Bombay and beyond. Expect to hear the freshest psychedelic sounds from around the globe. 
*Psy2k (Mexico City/Shaman Films) 
*Apot ( 
*Sunshyne (Utopia Dreamz/Nu) 
IN THE CUBE (Breaks & House) 
*Ooah the Turntable Junky (Los Angeles - LABA/El Circo) 
 This 23 year old has rocked the dance floors at Burning Man and 1015 Folsom, playing a mix of original tracks and the hottest cuts on wax. Don't miss out on this 3 turntable performance of bass grinding tech-hop, electric mind-bending breaks and psychedelic drum and bass. 
*Denise ( Asylum) 
 This girl will not mess around. Be prepared to sweat, grind and just let go as you dance to her furious mix of fiery, funky house. 
*Antiserum (Nu) 
 Special 3 DJ Battle from local Antiserum collective comprised of Vinja, Cmos and Tacktiks. These boys have been busy in the studio cooking up massive breaks with beats that rock so hard you'll be wishing you'd brought a second pair of dancing shoes. 
*Adam Ant (Love All Stars) 
*RPM (Movement) 
*Bumiputra ( 
18+ to enter, 21+ to drink  10pm - 5am  $10 @ Door 
Located @ The Blue Cube - 34 Mason street, San Francisco 
(just off market between 5th & 6th) 

4/22-24 Weekend Events:

Xara's Third Annual Creative Mythology Festival
The Xara Project April 22-April 24
other regional events:

# Apr 22-24 Bay Area Polyfamilies Campout Mt. Tamalpais State Park.
carpool: Sally 415- 310-8351 or email

# Marin Environmental Film Festival - America's finest showcase of environmental movies
 April 22 - April 24  Smith Rafael Film Center, 1118 4th St., San Rafael, CA

 25 Films, Opening Night 'Earth Day Groove' Gala reception with Wake the Dead, guest filmmakers and speakers. Sunday afternoon 'Amazing Graze: An Organic Food Tasting Event' featuring delicious organic and artisan foods. Join us in support and celebration of our vital Bay Area food system. Special film programs for youth and teens, and much, much more!

MOVIE THEMES: Oil drilling in Alaska, energy, food systems, ecosystem integrity/habitat restoration, environmental heroes, sustainable business, and environmental art.

MEFF 2005 is produced by the Environmental Forum of Marin in association with the California Film Institute.
Check out the Festival

Plus: SUNDAY, April 24,  Screening of environmental art related films including "Ten Days to Paint the Forest " and  "For the Birds" with a talk by photographer Rob Badger and Sam Bower of  11am-1pm.

# April 22-24th: LIVING EXPO! I will be promoting and signing BOOKS at 
the  San Francisco Vegetarian Society Booth!!!

Living Foods and Cuisine RAW IN TEN MINUTES and LIVING EXPO = Bliss 
and perfection!

Living Expo is a HUGE Event and is at the Concourse in San Francisco 
Brannan @ 8th St.

So look for the new issue of YOGI TIMES MAGAZINE!!!
 It is on Page 57:

# Church of the SubGenius - Official Spring Apocalyptic Film and Video Fest
Friday, April 22nd and Saturday April 23rd
6PM  until the circuit breakers trip.
A VIP Pass, good for both nights, is a mere $5.00!
     2 nites of mind warping films and videos. Missed John Pauls funeral too? Here's your chance to pick the brains of the Church of the SubGenius pope pickin conclave! "On this slack, I will found my church."  Bob "the rock" Dobbs
     A VIP Pass, good for both nights, is a mere $5.00! I don't understand-- is something wrong  with making a little money? Unlike the upcoming Dr. Hal's SubGenius Science Fiction Movie Festival-- watch for it! --this cinematic SubGenius event will mostly feature non-"Hollywood" fare; view original videos by Dr. Hal, the late Jeff Robins, Doug Wellman, Dr. Philo Drummond, Nancy Denny-Phelps, Mark McGothigan, K-Rob and other visionaries. Multiple screens-- three, count 'em, three separate simultaneous projections! SEE! Ultra-rare films by Bishop Joey and Dr. Howland Owll!
     WATCH the programme on our Giant Screen while stewing stark naked with giggling SubGenius groupies in the luxurious comfort of our bubbling hot tub! EAT a variety of toothsome snacks throughout the evenings! DRINK yourself insensible to enhance the overall mood! (Of course, it helps if you bring the snacks, drugs, groupies etc.) LEARN uncomfortable truths about people you thought you knew as you view their most private, intimate productions! TOLERATE the non-slick but raw and honest entries, examples of Cinema Mediocrité. With surprises, gags, performances, nudity and the transcendentally numinous. Dobbs approved.  Pot luck and BYo your favorites.
     House of Dobbs Slackplex 6952 Simson St Oakland, ca (510) 633-1981 

Bay Area Celebrates National Dance Week April 22 - May 1 2005


Sat Apr 23

# Sat April 23 (8:45 am - 3:00 pm)
 Acterra Earth Day Project at the Arastradero Preserve ·  Palo Alto
 Meet at Arastradero Parking Lot, 1530 Arastradero Road. (map) 

# 4/23 Earth Day Quail Habitat Restoration (Harding Park Golf Course SF)     9 am to 12 pm

# 4/23: Earth Day Festival!  (gilroy, south county)

# 4/23: Free Kayak Demo Day  (petaluma)

# Earthday in Pacifica Sat April 23 9am-7pm Free
 PODC & Gearhead Bicycles celebrate our second Earthday in Pacifica!  All day at the North end of the Pedro Point Shopping Center (where San Pedro Creek empties into Linda Mar Beach off Highway 1).

Once again we have  a fun-packed, full-day of music, environmental tables, bike jumps, jugglers & more.  The event benefits Pacifica Ocean Discovery Center's efforts to build an ocean education facility.  Beer & Food will be available from noon-sunset, or until we run out!

Raffle Prizes could take you away on a Versus bicycle frame, or to Esalen for a day pass, for a massage, reike treatment, out to dinner or more!  Drawing is at 5pm.  Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at Gearhead Bicycle Shop, Coastside Critters, or Salada Beach Cafe.

all the information is also on our web site

5:30 Sunrise Ceremony
9  Yoga on the beach with Dana of Downward Dog
9 -10Kids Bike Ride
10- 12Pacifica Beach Coalition and San Pedro Creek Watershed CoalitionBeach Clean-up/ Creek Restoration
12 - 1  Students of Spindrift School of Art/ Cabrillo schoolGuitar ensemble 40 local elementary students.
1-1:15   Welcome
1:15-1:45  Earth CapadesEnvironmental Vaudeville
2- 2:30  Backseat Driver
2:45-3:15 The Dust
3:30 - 430The Snufftones
4:15-4:45 7th Direction
4:45 - 5:15  Raffle Prizes Announced!
5:15 - 5:45  7th Direction
6pm -  onhellipRemorseless

 Outside!  Pedro Point Parking Lot @ Linda Mar State Beach
5460 Coast Highway Pacifica

Highway 1 S through Pacifica, turn left after Taco Bell onto San Pedro Ave.  Turn into the Pedro Point Shopping Center (see Gearhead, NorCal Surf Shop, Pacifica Athletic Center)
(650) 922-2043

# April 23 Artist Gathering to Celebrate and Honor the Earth (p.s. Everyone is an Artist)
Posted by:  RSVP (suggested but not required) to Zach Pine,
Deadline:  April 23, 2005
Come celebrate Earth Day by joining professional artists, community members and passers by in an art in nature event on the edge of the Pacific. Using sand, rocks, and found objects off the beach, we will have fun collaboratively creating a vast, temporary site-specific sculpture. The very end of the day will be reserved for working in silence and listening to the sounds of nature and our work. Images of the completed work will be posted on  11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Bring a picnic! Rain, fog, or shine, the gathering will take place.
Location:  South end of Stinson Beach, CA, US

# 2005 WEST COUNTY EARTH DAY April 23 11 AM - 3 PM
 Integrated Resources Recovery Facility, 101 Pittsburg Ave, Richmond
Info: Stop by the East Bay Animal Advocates exhibit at Contra Costa
County's annual Earth Day celebration.

# First Annual Livermore Earth Day Festival. 
Sat Apr 23 11:30am - 2:30pm. Booth space cost $50

# Berkeley Earth Day Saturday, April 23rd 
 Earth Day Fair 12-5pm Civic Center Park, MLK & Allston
 Speakers Dennis Kucinich (U.S. Congressperson) invited
 Cultural Performers
€ Kotoja (West African Highlife)
€ Vissión Latina (salsa)
€ National Dance week featuring
    Company C Contemporary Ballet
   NATyA (Classical Indian Dance) 
   Brandy Shelton & Rebecca Johnson (contemporary dance) &
   Katherine Peck (guitar/vocals)
   Isadora Duncan Repertory Dancers (early modern dance)
   Miriam Peretz (Middle Eastern)
   Linda Bair Dance Company (modern dance)
   Corey Action & New Style Motherlode (hip hop)
€ Climbing Wall
€ Big Tadoo Puppet Crew 
€ Berkeley Farmer's Market Family Farm Day
€ Vegetarian food, craft and community booths

# Femina Potens' First DIY Craft Fair Sat April 23 11am-7pm Free!
 Join Femina Potens for our first ever DIY Arts and Crafts Fair!! Amazing local artists will sell their body oils and soaps, zines, harnesses, screen printed clothing and accessories, wallets, jewelry, buttons, crocheted and knitted stuff, CDs, and oh so much more. Bring your life savings and come support the women and transgendered craft-masters in the Bay Area!
And just to spice things up, we will be selling vegan (and non-vegan) baked goods, and have live acoustic performances by Jo Boyer, A Phone Call From Rome, and Yes Alexander.
Femina Potens 465 South Van Ness

# 4/23: What is your cat thinking?  (russian hill) 
 Cat behaviorist, Gail Colombo, will be @ BOW WOW MEOW @ 2150 POLK ST. between Broadway and Vallejo, Sat. April 23rd from 12-4 to answer questions and give free advice.

# KFC leafleting in San Francisco 4-23-05 NOON.
 We need your help to speak on behalf of chickens being tortured by KFC!

On Saturday, April 23rd at 12:00 noon, please join Gail Camhi and PETA
to protest KFC at Geary Blvd and 6th Ave in San Francisco, CA. For more
information, please contact Gail at Come out and
show people that the secret in KFC's secret recipe is the torture of
millions of chickens. 
KFC is responsible for slitting conscious birds' throats open, and
scalding them while they're still alive.  They cut the beaks off of
mother hens without pain killers and drug their chickens with
antibiotics to keep them alive through conditions that would otherwise
kill them.  Please join our worldwide campaign against KFC by attending
this protest. for more information. 

# Sat. April 23 Help turn up the heat on KFC and join our protest!
KFC:  250 North Bascom Ave., San Jose 95126 at 1:00

# Organum Artist's Talk Sat April 23 12-3 pm Free
 BROWN BAG LUNCH with artists Greg Niemeyer, Dan Perkel and Ryan Shaw
Organum is an interactive week of programs at New Langton Arts exploring the human voice through sound, image and technology. A week-long installation premieres Organum: The Game (2005), a video game by digital media artists Greg Niemeyer, Dan Perkel and Ryan Shaw, in which gamers navigate through the human voice box using their own voices as game controls. Organum culminates in a day of activities on Saturday April 23, from noon to midnight, including a brown bag lunch with the artists; an evening reception; and the performance The Human Voice Explored, with vocalists Seth Augustus, Aurora Josephson, and Kid Beyond.
Tickets for The Human Voice Explored performance are $8 general admission, $6 Langton members, students and seniors.  Admission to all other events is free.
 New Langton Arts 1246 Folsom @ 9th/10th St.
 415 626 5416

# Earth Day Beach Clean Up! (sunset / parkside)  Sat Apr 23, 1-4pm
 Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) and The Surfrider Foundation
 meeting near entrance #17, across from the Beach Chalet
(between Fulton and Lincoln on the Great Highway).
Clean up Ocean Beach in the name of Earth Day while winning great prizes and learning more about our aquatic environment.
The clean up will take approximately 1-1.5 hours and clean-up contest winners and the Raffle Prize drawing will begin immediately after the clean up.
What to Bring and Wear: Clothes appropriate for the weather, snacks, sunscreen, hat, water and whatever else you feel like bringing for a day at the beach. Please B.Y.O food, if you want, for post-even activities.

# Sat Apr 23, 2:30-6pm: Inspiring Masculine Presence -- Unleashing Feminine Fire- Mini-Workshop  ($35 at the door, $29 pre-sale)
April 30-May 1: Inspiring Masculine Presence - Unleashing Feminine Fire - Weekend intensive

# 4/23: Earth Day Canoe Paddle at Gallinas Creek  (san rafael)  5:00 PM – 8:30 PM 
 Celebrate Earth Day on the Bay! Join Save The Bay on a sunset canoe outing at beautiful Gallinas Creek, just north of China Camp State Park in San Rafael. As we wind through the slough to the open bay, we will discuss conservation of the San Francisco Bay and watershed, and how you can help celebrate, protect, and restore our estuary. 
 Sign up online at or for more information contact Karolo Aparicio at or by phone at (510)452-9261 x124.

# negotiations with KFC have failed. KFC has decided not to adopt any animal welfare standards as recommended by their own animal welfare board. It is now our unfortunate duty to wage an all out war of demos and public education to send the message that they cannot get away with this! So grab your signs and  your chicken hats and join us this Saturday!
KFC Demo Sat Apr 23rd at 5:30pm
We will meet at the Food Bin on Mission St between 5 and 5:30, then will walk down to KFC on Mission St.

#  Sat 4-23 6:00 PM under construction project
LIVE "iron designer" clothing construction event featuring local designers
miranda caroligne
mystery designer
LIVE hair creations from madusalon
300 page @ divisadero
LIVE beauty makeup from oui three queens
south van ness @ 15th
LIVE body glittering from mikas mogo
LIVE electronic performances from 
twittering machine
LIVE fashion house djs
jonathan + savanna
LIVE visual remix and reconstruction from dr friendly
april 23 2005
6pm - midnight
in the tin can 590 shotwell @20th in the mission
open wine bar
door sliding scale $10-20
$5 trunk show access only 6-8pm
performance 9-11pm
fashion show finale 11:30pm
ONE NIGHT ONLY on-site boutique featuring designers ana konda, estar, dominiwear, miranda caroligne, miss velvet cream, tinc, wondercloset.
accessories from antoinette celes and mogo 
FABRIC SPONSOR for under construction project is discount fabrics
press contacts and more information please visit the website
flyer photos and design miss velvet cream 
flyer back image: angela scrivani (
calling all dustfish : elke's birthday party starts at midnight : invite only access
late nite basscadet djs and more..............

# Acterra invites you to attend our Earth Day Decadent Dinner! 
Saturday, April 23, 2005 (6:30pm)
Celebrate all the Earth has to offer
as you enjoy locally-grown, seasonal, organic, vegetarian cuisine
and the company of like-minded community members.
Chef Laura Stec will once again create a tantalizing meal
that is as educational as it is delectable!
Please join us as we delight in the foods of spring
and pay tribute to the farmers who grow them. 
Five great prizes - including a case of wine and vacation cottage getaways - will be auctioned off! 
826 Lincoln Ave, Palo Alto     Tickets
$35 - $100 sliding scale (Acterra members)
$40 - $100 (non-members)
$65 includes 1 ticket + a 1-year membership. 
RSVP by April 21st
to Laura Stec, 650-962-9876 x346,

# PXL THIS! PixelVision Video Fest Sat., April 23 8:30pm $5
 LA-based Gerry Fialka brings up this year's edition of the long-running
annual celebration of videos made with the now-obsolete Fisher-Price toy camera. Over 20 shorts unspool in the prgrams two halves, with bar available for the 8:00 artists' reception.The singing Williams Sisters add some pink flesh presence to the
lo-fi b/w glitch aesthetic.
 A.T.A. Gallery 992 Valencia St@ 21st St.

# Opulent Temple presents: Across the Desert Sands
 Sat April 23 10pm-4am $15 pre-sale, $20 @ door in costume, $25 without
 Opulent Temple is a full scale sound installation camp whose mission is to provide a space for sacred dance at Black Rock City.  Beautiful camps at Burning Man take shape one party at a time, with the support of the community in gatherings of shared fun, joy, and celebration.
On Saturday, April 23rd, the Opulent Temple takes the next step into the psyche with a Middle eastern themed underground costume party designed to tickle your fancies and excite the senses, as the desert breeze whispers in your ears...
     With world music by Cheb i Sabbah, Soulsalaam, and Shanti
Break beat by Smoove, Syd Gris, Murpshstar, Geeno, Hoj, Melyss
Chill / Ambient music by Primitive Groove
Belly dance by Gina G, Zaheea, and Arabesque
Environment with some help from Anon Salon
 2 floors of music, chill area, outdoor smoking area, lush decor.  Thanks for your support!
 111 Townsend @ 2nd Near SBC Park, on Townsend, between 2nd and 3rd St. 415.640.1798

# April 23 Subliminal Broadcast, Libre, Proptronix and Soda Present:
 Exlusive Live Set by: KRIKOR (Karat, Tigersushi, Paris)
ARK (Circus Company, Paris) KEAN (Circus Company, Paris)
with local support: Dave Aju (Circus Company) Saftey Scissors (Proptronix)
Lisa Fox (Subliminal Broadcast) Live Video By: Temptnt (Konstrukt)
Aggiflex (Konstrukt) Sean Clute (Double Vision)
 10pm-5am 21 and over $10 ($5 before 11)
The Blue Cube
34 Mason St. (near Market & Turk)

Sun Apr 24

# People's Park 36th Anniversary  Sun April 24 2005  10:00 AM
10am to sunset. Celebrate with live music, acoustic and amplified main stage, drumming, dancing, food, garden tours, skateboarding, workshops and information displays. Bring your instrument! Bands and other activities to be announced soon. Planning meetings are at the Cafe Mediterraneum on Telegraph near Dwight on Sundays at noon.

# Sun Apr 24 11am A Council of All Beings at Topanga Earth Day 
 (Los Angeles)

# Sunday, April 24, 2005, ALL Day FREE
MARIN EARTH DAY 2005 College of Marin, Kentfield
On Sunday, April 24, join neighbors, friends and family at Marin County's Earth Day 2005 celebration at the College of Marin. The all-day event will feature a full lineup of hands-on activities and entertainment with a special emphasis on families, children and teens. 
Entertainment will include everything from high school talents in music, dance and poetry to professional acrobatics, musicians and jugglers. Activities for families and teens will offer real opportunities to get dirty, get involved, and get inspired around environmental issues including transportation, healthy food, green building, and recycling. Featured speakers include Ocean Robbins and Kevin Danaher. Free Valet Bike Parking provided
For more information call 456-3469 Ext 2# or visit

A Benefit for BORG2
Sun. April 24 11am-end 
Location: Bay Area Motor Club -
1598 Custer Ave @ Rankin / South of Cesar Chavez, West of 3rd St. SF
Full Event Details:

# Second Annual Area 420 Pot Luck BBQ April 24 Sun April 24 12:00 PM
 Vasona County Park  333 Blossom Hill Road  Los Gatos, CA 95132 
 More Info: 831-334-0830
Political Awareness Event and Fundraiser for Green-Aid, a non-profit 501(c) (3). 
Featuring live music by The Brunos, hot food, vendor prize raffles, and a fantastic panel of speakers. 
This year's event features Pot Guru Ed Rosenthal, Angel Raisch's doctor, Frank Lucido, and the Father of Medical Marijuana in San Francisco, Wayne Justmann. 
For more details see, we need ALL supporters to attend and sign letters to their Congresspeople!  See you there, you can also call 831-334-0830 for more details.

# CONCERT ON SUNDAY with MICHAEL FRANTI & FRIENDS (including Lynne Stewart, NY human rights attorney facing a 35 year prison term, Robert Bryan, Mumia's attorney, and many others)!  This is being sponsored by Free Mumia, National Lawyers Guild-SF Chapter, and Vanguard Foundation. More details below:
 April 24 (Sun). Michael Franti Concert to FREE MUMIA 2pm, Mission High, 18th & Dolores, SF.
 ($20; $15 seniors & students) More info

#  4-24 5 PM modernlove. presents: playschool  a play party primer 
a FREE afternoon workshop, 
hosted by Erique Fantastique, Sadie Lune, and Melissa Gira 
whether you're gearing up for your virgin sex party or are an experienced player, join us for a playful, relaxed exploration of ethical social-sexual dynamics! 
* safer sex negotiations 
* erotic spatial relations 
    (how to pick someone(s) up!) 
* respectful leering for sensitive voyeurs 
* exhibitionism for the shy 
* navigating complex relationships 
    (not just your own!) 
* how to top (and bottom, and...) with an audience 
    (bdsm beyond the at-home dungeon) 
and of course -- 
* how to get it on (or, not), and 
* the graceful exit & the morning after 
Sunday, April 24th, 5 to 6:30pm 
Center for Sex and Culture, 398 11th Street (at Harrison), #303 to buzz in 
modernlove. is a safer sex, play-driven, multigendered community of 
polysexual, perv-friendly, queer-positive, radical pleasure activists. 
we are modern lovers under 35 (and our guests of any adult age). 

# April 24, SUNDAY, 5-7:30pm Free Meaningful Movies
gathering, 2141 Broadway, Oakland
 Usually about 10-20 people attend our movie nights; this month we're 
doing it on Sunday to see how that works for people.
This is open to the public; please consider bringing a friend! We
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:

Milo 55160 (20 min, English) 
One man's paper-shuffling existence in the afterlife eventually 
guides him to acts of compassion. 

Plains Empty (26 min, English) 
A young lonely woman must make peace with a ghost of the past when 
she moves to the remote Australian outback. 

Stormy Night (10 min, Animated, English) 
In this fantistical dream landscape, a young girl and her dog journey 
through storms and questions about life. 

Suzuki Speaks (45 min, English) 
Physicist, environmentalist and TV host David Suzuki weaves themes of 
science, human experience, evolution on earth, and spirituality. This 
well-made film uses effective computer graphics to illustrate Dr. 
Suzuki's points. 

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

# Gapers Gone Wild: Gapers in Paradise Sun April 24 8:00pm $5
 Tagline: "The Most Extreme Movie Ever Made."

"This Movie is a snow boarding adventure of epic gaper proportions. Crazy skiing that makes Warren Miller films look retarded. Jumping, crashing, twisting adventure. Watch while gapers take to the slopes in paradise. Come out and enjoy the craziness."

Gapers Gone Wild runs approximately 41 minutes.

After the film, special musical guests "The Mathematicians" will perform.

Beverages will be served. Artists' Television Access
992 Valencia Street @ 21st


Mon. April 25

# Peak Oil UK:  Entering the Age of Oil Depletion
Royal Museum of Scotland, Chambers Street, Edinburgh
Monday, 25 April 2005, 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM

A one-day conference on the approaching peak and decline in global oil supplies will take place at the Royal Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh on Monday, 25 April.

Increasingly, analysts are forecasting that global oil production could reach its all-time peak before the end of this decade — mirroring the now established pattern of UK North Sea production, and marking a critical turning point when ever-diminishing supplies will challenge the world's economic and social well-being as never before. 
Amid mounting concern now about rising oil prices and rapidly growing demand, six leading experts will discuss the 'Peak Oil' problem and its far-reaching economic, social and political implications.

Former Energy Minister Brian Wilson will give the opening address:  Why Britain Needs an Indigenous Energy Policy.

The other speakers will be:

·        Colin Campbell, retired oil industry executive and Chairman of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil (ASPO):  The End of the First Half of the Age of Oil
·        Chris Skrebowski, Trustee of The Oil Depletion Analysis Centre and Editor of the UK Energy Institute's monthly magazine, 'Petroleum Review':  Depletion — The Reality in Action
·        Matthew Simmons, Chairman of major US energy investment firm Simmons & Company International:  Can Market Efficiency Overcome Depletion?  Or Why Economists Don't Get It
·        David Spaven, Chair of TRANSform Scotland, the campaign for sustainable transport, and a transport consultant:  Transport — An Oil Crisis and More
·        Jeremy Leggett, Chief Executive of the UK's leading solar energy company, solarcentury, and a former oil industry consultant:  Half Gone — The Third and Biggest Global Energy Crisis

After the presentations there will be a roundtable discussion with the speakers, moderated by BBC Radio journalist Mark Stephen.

The conference is organised by Depletion Scotland, an Edinburgh-based awareness-raising group, with support from The Oil Depletion Analysis Centre (ODAC).  More than 160 people are expected to attend.
#  #  #
For more information:
Jim Meyer  +44 (0)20 7424 0049

The Oil Depletion Analysis Centre (ODAC) is a UK-registered educational charity working to raise international public awareness and promote better understanding of the world's oil-depletion problem.  Further information is available at:

# Mon. April 25, 2005, 11 a.m. - 12 noon Corporate Globalization:
Michael Greger, M.D. Trading Away Our Right  to Protect Animals
Ocean Avenue Campus City College of San Francisco
50 Phelan Street Conlan Hall, Room E - 101

# New College of California's
Activism and Social Change & Women's Spirituality programs* present:

Voices in Motion II:
Conversations Across the Feminist Landscape

Monday April 25, 2005

New College of California
780 Valencia Street, SF
(between 18th & 19th Streets)


Please come and participate in the second of an ongoing conversation 
addressing critical issues related to feminism (past, present and future), 
and to sex, gender, and gender identity oppression. Our hope is to form an 
inclusive coalition that is respectful of multiple locations and committed 
to ongoing dialogue and action that both celebrates and challenges notions 
of "woman" and feminism in general.

On International Women's Day, 2005 we launched "Voices in Motion: 
Conversations Across a Feminist Landscape" with a gathering that brought 
together panelists and participants from multiple locations: across 
continents and classes; spanning sexualities, generations and cultures; with 
varied gender identities, ethnic identities, and races, but with one reason 
to come together: to begin a conversation about who we are, where we want to 
go, and how to get there.

This meeting is intended as both a continuation of the conversation we began 
on International Women's Day and as a reaching beyond in the hopes of 
forming a Bay Area coalition.

Please invite friends and allies.

All sexes, genders, gender identities, and gender expressions are welcome.
This event is wheelchair accessible.

*For more information:

Helene Vosters, Activism and Social Change (BA Completion and MA), 

Debbi Grenn, Women's Spirituality (MA), 415-437-3407,

# Note: this man may save your life. -PlantTrees
Dr. Michael Greger Diet and Health Lecture

The San Francisco Vegetarian Society presents a free lecture by
author, physician and nutrition expert Dr. Michael Gregor on "Cancer
Proofing Your Body with Plant Foods." According to Dr. Gregor, up to
70% of all cancer deaths are preventable through diet alone. In this
dynamic and engaging multimedia presentation, he reveals the top whole
plant super foods that have the potential to block and even reverse
tumor formation. Learn what free radicals and antioxidants really are
and exactly how they work to protect your body from the ravages of
aging, cancer and other chronic degenerative diseases. Profiling
specific cancers (such as breast and prostate), Dr. Gregor shows how a
phyto-nutrient rich plant-based diet may be our best protection
against the cancer epidemic.

This is a great lecture to attend whether or not you are a vegetarian.
In fact, it may be of special interest to your non-vegetarian friends
and relatives, so be sure to invite them.

What: Dr. Michael Gregor lecture on "Cancer Proofing Your Body with
Plant Foods."             Monday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m. 
Institute On Aging, 3600 Geary Boulevard (near Palm Avenue), SF

Dr. Gregor's free lecture will be followed by a reception. Click here
for more information about this event.

# "Stopping Cancer Before It Starts." April 25, free
Dr. Michael Greger will be speaking for SFVS on Monday evening, April
25, 2005 on "Stopping Cancer Before It Starts."   He will be speaking at
3600 Geary, at 7:30 p.m.   He needs an LCD monitor or projector
(equipment that can be plugged into his laptop in order to project pictures on a screen).  Does
anyone out there have an LCD  that he could use that evening?  If so, please e-mail Nancy Loewen at to let her know.  Thank you so very much.  This will help enormously.
Living Foods:
due to my high amount of emails, I am unable to answer everyone's emails on vegetarian questions.

# Mon, Apr 25 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
 Arcadia 2005: Artists Celebrate Trees Gallery 934 Brannan @ 8th St.

# SF Rope Bondage Peer Workshop Mon April 25 7:30pm - 9:30pm  $5
 SF Citadel   245 8th St@ Howard / Folsom 

Tue Apr 26

# 4/26: Bad guys are killing the Monarchs  (alameda) 
Noon talk in Alameda at the Elks Lodge describing how real armed Mexican "banditos" are illegally cutting the old-growth pine forest where beautiful Monarch butterflies winter almost 2,000 miles to the south of here. Speaker Danielle Lee of the Michoacan Reforestation Fund will tell of huge losses in the number of Monarchs that usually migrate each spring northward into the U.S., where their caterpillars benefit everyone by eating noxious weeds. Mexican government "federales" try to stop the "banditos," but they can't keep up with the illegal logging, and the precious forests are being decimated. It's urgent that Americans join the campaign to offset what the bad guys are doing, says Lee, who will talk at 12 noon downstairs in the rathskeller of the Elks Lodge, 2255 Santa Clara Ave., to the Isle City Branch of Sons In Retirement. Public welcome free. Call Doug Hayward at (510) 522-7055.

# 4/26 7pm Televising the Revolution: Film Screening for Haiti 
 EL RIO (3158 Mission @ Cesar Chavez, SF)

# 4/26: 7pm Pet Chicken Meetup Group  (santa cruz)

Wed Apr 27

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27 7:00am - 10:30am


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27 7:00am - 10:30am


COME *Support *Ecuadorian Indigenous Activists Attending the Shareholder
Meeting to Demand $6 billion in Compensation for ChevronTexaco's
Destruction of Their Homes, Lives and Livelihood!

COME *Support* Peace Activists Exposing ChevronTexaco's War Profiteering
in  Iraq!

COME *Support *The Soldiers Who Do Not Want to Die or Kill For Chevron's
Bottom Line!

COME *Support* Richmond Community Members Fighting ChevronTexaco's Toxic
Pollution of Their Homes, Lives and Livelihoods!

COME *Support* Environmentalists Opposing ChevronTexaco's Intentions of
Drilling in the Alaskan National Wildlife Reserve!

COME and JOIN the Protest Rally in Support of Alternatives to Oil and Oil
Addiction! In Opposition to Corporate Greed and Wars for Oil
Wherever they Are Fought!

Rally! Begins at 7:00am
Shareholders Arrive 7:00am - 8:00am
Shareholder Meeting: 8:00am - 10:00am
Report Back from Ecuadorian Indigenous Leaders Attending Meeting: 10:00am
Rally While Shareholders Depart!

We want the shareholders to hear from the Ecuadorian Indigenous
leaders who have traveled a great distance to speak truth to power. We are
therefore eager for the Shareholders to be able to attend the meeting and
for the meeting to take place.

ChevronTexaco's World Headquarters:
6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd (at Sunset, immediately East of Hwy 680)
San Ramon (Walnut Creek BART)
We Are Going to Make Shuttle Arrangements from BART and Will Also
Coordinate Car Pools – more details as they emerge – Directions Below

We are a group of bay area residents who want to join with you to stop
ChevronTexaco's war profiteering and their criminal environmental, social
and political acts wherever and whenever they occur. We
support communities in on-going struggle against ChevronTexaco. We will
stop all wars for oil. Please join us!

Want to help us organize this event?  Wanto to learn More? Have questions?
Have suggestions? Please E-mail us at

For more info. on campaigns against ChevronTexaco and more, visit: <,
< , <,<, <
(these are just groups we like, we did not ask them to endorse this flyer)

"Iraq possesses huge reserves of oil and gas – reserves I'd love
Chevron to have access to."
- Chevron CEO Kenneth T. Derr, San Francisco, 1988.

"So I think this is very promising to the American investors and to
American enterprise, certainly to oil companies."
- Bush-Backed Iraqi Vice President and former Finance Minister Abdel Mahdi
plans for a new law to privatize Iraq's oil, and open it to foreign
ownership, December 2004.

ChevronTexaco has profited from Iraq's oil for a decade. It sold
Iraqi oil under the UN's Oil-for-Food Program and it was the first oil
company to sell Iraq's oil after the 2003 invasion of Iraq. It refines
that oil in Richmond. ChevronTexaco's Iraqi war profits, plus its
unprecedented profits from the increased price of oil due to the war, made
2004 the most profitable year in ChevronTexaco's 125-year

ChevronTexaco's 2004 net income was more than $13 billion, compared to $7
billion in 2003. ChevronTexaco's biggest worry? What to do with all its
excess cash. The answer? Pass the savings on to consumers in the form of
reduced gas prices? NO. Demand that the Bush
Administration end a war to expand U.S. access to oil? NO.
ChevronTexaco – like the other world oil companies, is hording the cash,
putting it into cash reserves for a rainy day and expanding
their global empire by acquiring new companies – like their recent
purchase of oil giant Unocal. The people are fighting back to oppose war
for oil and you can join us on Wednesday, April 27!

*Between 1971 and 1991, Texaco extracted more than 1.5 billion barrels of
oil from the Ecuadorian Amazon, devastating one of the most
biologically fragile places on earth by destroying rainforests and
creating massive oil spills. In order to save millions of dollars, Texaco
simply dumped 20 billion gallons of highly toxic wastes from its
operations into the pristine rivers, forest streams and wetlands, ignoring
industry standards. Now, ChevronTexaco denies the effected peoples of
Ecuador their right to compensation, and instead is trying to get back
into Ecuador for a new round of devastation. The people of Ecuador are
fighting back. They have sued ChevronTexaco for over $6 billion in
compensation for their lost health, land, lives and way of living.

The ChevronTexaco refinery in Richmond spews a deadly array of toxins into
the air, water, and land, including cancer-causing dioxins, on the largely
African American, South East Asian and Latino communities. Since 1999,
there has been a 20% increase in toxic emissions in
Richmond and most of the increase can be attributed to the Chevron
Refinery, the largest polluter in the city. The refinery and plant have
had hundreds of accidents, including major fires, spills, leaks,
explosions, toxic gas releases, flaring and air contaminations
inflicting severe illnesses including asthma and deadly cancers, on the
people of Richmond. Despite decades of requests, demands, lawsuits and
protests, Chevron has continued to place executive salaries and corporate
profits over the health and safety of the community and
workers. The people of Richmond are fighting back and demanding that
Chevron clean up or get out.



Remove Pillar #1 – THE SOLDIERS
Support the troops by brining them home. Support war resistors.
Support counter-recruitment efforts. Support alternative job
opportunities. Support the families of soldiers and the soldiers when they
come home.

Remove Pillar #2 – THE CORPORATIONS
Eliminate the profitability of the war. Expose corporate war
profiteering. Expose the lack of rebuilding taking place in Iraq.
Expose corporate war criminals. Expose the crony capitalism fueling the
war. Cut the fuel by cutting the profits.

Remove Pillar #3 – THE CORPORATE MEDIA
Expose the lies being told to the public by the corporate media.
Expose the lies being told by the Bush Administration. Listen to
Alternative media and spread the message of resistance!

Public Transport/Bike Info to ChevronTexaco World Headquarters in San Ramon:

County Connection Bus 121:
Leave W.C. BART
Arrive San Ramon Transit Center (Bollinger
Canyon at S.R. Central Park)

County Connection Express Bus 960B
Leave Walnut Creek BART
Arrive Chevron-Texaco
County Connection fare is $1.50 regular and
$1.75 for the express bus

Leave West Oakland BART
Arrive Dublin BART

County Connection Express Bus 970B
Leave Dublin BART
Arrive Chevron-Texaco

For more information and additional connections,
see: < or<
 Bike options:
Leave MacArthur BART
Leave Pleasant Hill BART
Cross Treat Blvd., at corner of Jones Rd.
Ride bike on Iron Horse Trail south for about 9
miles to San Ramon Central
Park and Bollinger Canyon Rd.
Leave West Oakland BART
Leave. Dublin BART
Ride bike on Iron Horse Trail (from right outside
BART station), north for about 5 miles to San
Ramon Central Park and Bollinger Canyon Rd.
"There is a vision of where we want Iraq to be that would make sense in 
terms of the resources we've put into this place and our overarching goal 
for democracy." - anonymous Bush Administration official in Baghdad,
quoted  in the Wall Street Journal.

"Your silence will not protect you." Audre Lorde

# Free Lecture on Globalization Wed April 27 at 1pm
 UC Davis, MU De Carli Room
 With humor and energy Dr. Michael Greger will tackle the issue of Corporate Globalization and the impact it has on animal protection worldwide.
 What: Film showing why people go veggie and a doctor telling people how to do it!
 Encore Presentation of the film Peaceable Kingdom* with guest speakers Gene Bauston with Farm Sanctuary (featured in the film) and Kim Sturla with Animal Place. Both run farmed animal sanctuaries in the area.
# And Dr. Michael Greger (graduate of Cornell University) will speak on how to go about being a healthy and eating delicious vegetarian!
 Wed April 27 at 7:15pm
 Veteran's Memorial, VMC Club Room (203 East 14th Street), Davis
 *Peaceable Kingdom is a film where you hear the riveting stories of people struggling with their conscience around some of our society's most fundamental assumptions. An inspiring story of personal redemption, compassion, healing and hope, Peaceable Kingdom is described by many of its viewers as "a life changing experience."

# ADPSR members and supporters,
Please attend the upcoming debate sparked by ADPSR's Prison Design Boycott:
"Should Architects Design Prisons?" Panel Discussion at AIA SF with:
San Francisco Sheriff Michael Hennessey
Frank Greene, AIA (former head of AIA Committee on Architecture and Justice)
Raphael Sperry, ADPSR National President
moderator: Nicole Sawaya, KALW Station Manager
Wed April 27 5:30 - 7:30 PM Free 2 AIA LU's
130 Sutter St., 6th Floor SF Montgomery BART
to learn about and sign the prison boycott: 

# Architects Without Borders -Bay Area will be meeting again at :
Jupiters brewery at 2181
Shattuck Ave. in Berkeley across from the bart station.
Craig will be sharing information with us about his recent trip to
Asia. Please join us at 630pm on Wednesday the 27th. look for the
AWB sign on the table.

# Wed April 27 Urban Futures: Planning for Sustainable Urban Development

Join us for a presentation by Professor Raquel Pinderhughes, author 
of "Alternative Urban Futures: Planning for Sustainable Development 
in Cities throughout the World." Any consideration of sustainable 
development must focus on utilizing processes and technologies that 
are less damaging to the natural resource base, produce less waste, 
and do not pose a threat to human and environmental health. Focusing 
on water, waste, energy, transportation and food systems, and using 
examples from cites around the world, Professor Raquel Pinderhughes 
will discuss how alternative planning and policy approaches, and 
appropriate technologies can reduce the negative social and 
environmental impacts associated with urban infrastructure and lead 
to improvements in public health, the natural resource base, economic 
development, and an increased standard of living and well-being for 
urban residents. Professor Pinderhughes is Director of the Urban 
Studies Program and Professor of Urban Studies and Environmental 
Studies at San Francisco State University. She teaches courses on 
environmental planning and policy focused primarily on sustainable 
development and environmental justice. She is a resident of Berkeley 
and a member of the Ecology Center Board of Directors.

 7pm - 9pm Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo Ave, near Dwight Way, Berkeley.
 Free. Info: 510-548-2220 x223,

 Fellini, 1401 University Avenue, Berkeley
Info: Over a delicious Italian vegan dinner, learn how you can get
involved in local advocacy efforts with East Bay Animal Advocates.

Thu Apr 28

#  Thu Apr 28  1:30-10pm The U.C. Berkeley  Teach-in on Torture
Noon at Sproul Hall Plaza: Rally to stop torture!

The date for the UC Berkeley Teach- in on Torture is Thursday, April 28. The following speakers have confirmed their participation: Barbara Olshan s ky, CCR lead Guantanamo lawyer; Lucas Guttentag, ACLU case against Rumsfeld; Marjorie Cohn, International Human Rights Law Professor and Vice President of NLG, Uwe Jacobs, Director of Survivors International, Terry Karl, Stanford Political Science Professor expert on Latin American Torture; Carlos Mauricio, torture survivor and human rights advocate and As'ad AbuKhalil.

 There will be four sequential sessions on Thur., April 28 :

1) 12:00-1:00 p.m. Teach-in at the SproulHallPlaza (Upper Level)

2 ) 1:30-3:30 p.m. Human and Political Impacts of U.S. Government Promotion of Torture

Panel to include: Carlos Mauricio, a survivor of torture, Marjorie Cohn, Vice President of the National Lawyers Guild, Professor of Law and expert on International Human Rights, and Uwe Jacobs, Director of Survivors International (which counsels torture survivors).

3 ) 4-6 p.m. Defending U.S. and International Laws on Torture from Government Impunity

Panel with: Barbara Olshan s ky, Center for Constitutional Rights lead lawyer defending Guantanamo detainees, Lucas Guttentag, ACLU’s lead lawyer in the U.S. case filed against Secty of Defense Rumsfeld, and Terry Karl, Stanford Professor of Latin American Studies and Political Science, chief witness in several war crimes trials pertaining to torture in Latin America.

4 ) 7-9 p.m. To Construct a Successful National Movement Against U.S. Sponsored Torture and War Crimes

An open plenary discussion session to engage attendees, develop plans and follow through efforts to build a movement to end U.S. sponsorship of torture. This session will be guided by an experienced facilitator toward formulating implementation strategy; participants will be asked to define their own roles in future local, regional and national activities against torture. The International Human Rights Initiative (IHRI) consisting of many activist organizations will participate.

Further details to come.

 Please help us circulate the call to other faculty, especially at UCB. We especially need people to join the working committee to energize an effective effort. You do not have to be faculty, but only need to be committed to the aims of the Call and willing to work.

Professor L. Ling-chi Wang, Co-convenor
 Dr. Marc Sapir, M.D., Co-convenor 510-642-7439 510-848-3826

# Thur April 28 (5:30 pm) 14th Business Enviro Awards Reception Palo Alto
 Hewlett-Packard Company will host the hors d'oeuvre reception.
 Packard Grove at the Hewlett-Packard Company: 3000 Hanover St , Palo Alto
 Acterra members $20, General $30 per ticket
 Tickets: Ann Singer, 650-962-9876 X310,

# Dining out for Life Thurs April 28 SF Thirsty Bear Brewpub 
Thu Apr 28 6:30 pm 661 Howard St @ 3rd. (415) 974-0905
Join Queer Beer as part of Dining Out for Life, an annual SF AIDS service fundraiser, takes place this year on Thursday, April 28th. The beneficiary is The Stop AIDS Project, which provides services to HIV + & - men and TGs in the Castro area. This night, 25% of our FOOD tab goes directly to the Project. 

)'( Thur April 28 9pm - 2am  Plug4 Fundraiser $5-15 slid
 Bringing funk, soul, hip-hop, reggae, and dancehall to the playa for 7 years
 This year P4 is building a plug the playa has never seen
 Come to Element Lounge for the funk, soul, hip-hop, reggae and dancehall sounds of Plug Four
 DJ Solomon, Nomadeeq, and Code538 will rock the decks to raise the funds
 Element Lounge is located at 1028 Geary Street between Polk and Van Ness.
http://www. )'( 

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,

# New Order/Chemical Bros April 29 Oakland 
HJ Kaiser Arena, right at Lake Merritt BART Stn

# Synergia Wed 29 April 2005 Greetings,
We are pleased to announce the resurrection of the much talked about Synergia events.

We aim to present the best of the underground art community in a unique context, a few short live performances focusing on the synergy between performers and then an art gallery like reception and mingling at the end without having to yell over blasting dance music.

The next event features and all star line up of curiosity piquing performers and artists. Read Below for bios and descriptions of each.

Fri April 29 8:00pm doors / 9:00pm show $5 - $10 slid 
 Live Performance by: Rena, Phidelity, & Kyrian (30 minutes)
 Interface Oblivion (30 Minutes) The Beat Box Puppet show (10-15 minutes)
 Artwork         Visionary Art of Victor Olenov

Light Sculpture Installations by Andres
Live VJ'ing by Mickey T of Drum Machine museum

Raw/Organic food bar by guerilla organics

Location 136 Taylor street @ Turk / Eddy
1.5 blocks North of 6th and Market. 
(6th turns into Taylor going North.)
I door South of Original Joe's Restaurant.
sign up for the synergia mailing list
Victor Olenov
Victor's visionary art deals with two magical aspects inherent in the transformational power of IMAGE and its reflection of the ongoing continuous simultaneous creation underlying the static "surface reality."

The first aspect is what is called a "totemic portrait." Totemic portraits are a shamanic approach to healing as well as to the cultivation and storage of power through the image of a personal totem - manifested personal spirit.

The second aspect of the work deals with images that are spirit-catchers for the spirits that are not personal, but rather are the energetic entities acting as agents of Eternal Life.

Andres Amador
The most developed of my explorations into the principles of sacred geometry, fractals, chaos, and patterns in nature has been my light sculptures. Using the basic constituent of string on a frame to create curves from solid lines, I bridge the analog and the digital, displaying the place in reality where substructures are revealed. My latest series, "Pixels' examines the most fundamental components necessary to relay a message. Individually the parts in the 'Pixels' series have little to say, but when arranged properly in large numbers, whole new universes of possibilities are born.

Rena Jones
Electric violinist & cellist Rena Jones is currently celebrating the release of her newest album "Transmigration" which is already receiving radio play and rave reviews.

this international man of mystery will be laying his unique multi-layered soundscape percussive psychedelic dubbed out beats to the mix.

SO the first thought that comes to mind is... psychedelic Tuuvan beat boxing? huh... multi-harmonic drones done up in a tight hiphop beat boxing framework with a stylistic quirkiness only Kyrian could muster... ok I get it now...errr. Kyrian will be doing a Beat Box Puppet show as well as the jam session with Rena and Kris.

Interface Oblivion
IO has been tripping out with their own musical vibe since 1993. They blend a distinct sound of syncopated electronic backing beds with ripping beats, live melodic compositions, heavy bass, dub and vocals. IO's evolving blend of live improv with triggered looping and energetically charged compositions shake up the current musical molds.

IO's performances blend the open structure of improv fusion with meticulously composed songs. They perform with bass, keys, guitar, vocals, dub and tight algorithmic beats to elevate the soul.

VJ Mickey T
Mickey is a Vj in the truest sense of the word, rather than trigger low quality compressed video loops, Mickey's style is clean high quality with his analog gear and effects couple with his distinct style. He also hosts the Whitebox VIP lounge which does events similar to ours and is highly recommended.

Sat Apr 30

# really really free market april 30 noon-4 dolores park
 everything's free much fun will be had by all

# Please mark your calendar to join Bay Area Vegetarians next week as we stick up for the chickens.  Carpool pickup from Daly City BART available.  See link below for full details.  No previous experience necessary!  If possible, RSVPs appreciated so we can plan accordingly. 
 KFC Protest (Monthly)  Pacifica 4/30/05 Saturday, 1:00 pm
 Please spread the word about the KFC demos.  If you can't make Pacifica, there are others happening, including SF (just posted) and San Jose this weekend, and next week Mill Valley.  Details on the BAV calendar at for details.

#  4/30 JOIN RAMSEY CLARK and SF Labor & Community Leaders
for a Public Rally Against the Bush & Schwarzenegger Programs
 Saturday, April 30 7:00 pm, Mission High School
3750 18th St. @ Dolores in San Francisco (parking lot available)
 Labor and Community Rally to     DEFEAT THE BUSH PROGRAM!
Stop the Budget Cuts     Stop Schwarzenegger
Hands Off Social Security     Full Rights for All Immigrants
Fund People's Needs--Not War & Occupation in Iraq, Haiti, Palestine...
     On the 30th Anniversary of the End of the Vietnam War, 
Join us to say:     Bring the Troops Home Now!
with former U.S. Attorney General RAMSEY CLARK,
Initiator of the Impeach Bush Campaign,
 Speakers include:
Ramsey Clark, Initiator of the Impeach Bush Campaign
Trent Willis, President of ILWU Local 10
Eric Mar, President of San Francisco School Board
Denise D'Anne, Senior Action Network
Mike Casey, president of UNITE HERE Local 2
Elias Rashmawi, National Coordinator of National Council of Arab Americans
Tim Paulson, Executive Director of San Francisco Labor Council
Gloria La Riva, President of Typographical Sector of No. Cal. Media 
Workers Union Local 39521
and other labor and community speakers 

May 2005

# Build It Green Home Tour - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!
May 1st, 2005 11am-5pm Locations throughout Alameda & Contra Costa Counties

# BORG2 on the Bayou - Lavish Dinner Event May 1, SF
Benefiting the BORG2 Playa Art Fund
Located at the Pink Mammoth Collective Space
Full Event Details:

# 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.

# MINDSHARE II  May 6-8, 2005 
415-820-9652  $25 tix: Ceiba Records (1364 Haight St. @ Masonic). 

# Food & Justice Tours: Join us on a hands on tour of People¹s Grocery¹s
office, gardens and Mobile Market. Learn more about we and other community
groups are finding creative solutions to address the issues of access to
healthy affordable food in West Oakland. Tours are led by a People¹s Grocery
co-founder and youth staff every other Saturday.
Upcoming dates: May 7th, May 21st, June 4th, June 18th
 12pm  M. Robinson Baker YMCA, 3265 Market St. Oakland CA 94608

#  Sat May 7, 5-8 PM  Celebrating National Masturbation Month at the Parkway Theatre -- There are many reasons to masturbate, but probably none as important as pleasure -- so to welcome this year's National Masturbation Month, we're going to celebrate orgasm with Good Vibrations Founder Emerita Joani Blank and her unique movie Orgasm! The Faces of Ecstasy. Joani and her colleagues from Libido Video interviewed twenty-two Bay Area residents (male, female, and trans, aged 22 to 68) and then asked them to have orgasms for the cameras. Shot only from the shoulders up, the resulting movie is an intensely intimate yet non-explicit exploration of human sexual response, and you've never heard anything as thought-provoking as their interviews. (Note for masturbation purists: a few orgasms in this video result from partner sex.)
   Joani Blank will be on hand to talk about making Orgasm! Faces of Ecstasy -- and she'll bring some of the movie's stars to talk about their
experience getting intimate with the camera. Hosted by Dr. Carol Queen (who is one of the performers in Orgasm!), and co-sponsored by Good
Vibrations and The Center for Sex & Culture.
  Parkway Theatre, 1834 Park Blvd., Oakland -- directions:
ADMISSION: $8.00, 21 and over only please 

# May 7 Whole Earth Festival outdoors...early evening, 12 subwoofers....
a winning combo. -Lorin

May 7 SUB SCIENCE! SF  -Lorin

# Help Stop Male Genital mutilation (circumcision) May 7-11

# Sunday,  May 8, 2005   (10:00 am - 11:30 am)
Multiple Dates: 2nd sunday of every month
Palo Alto Raw Food Potluck  Bay Leaf Cafe
 Bring Raw organic, vegan dishes
Your own serve ware, napkins, plates, forks, cups etc.
Items you would like to share, trade, give away or lend to others.
 Cost: FREE, bring a raw vegan dish
Location: 520 ramona street, palo alto, ca 94301 

# Halting Cultural and Environmental Destruction: Lessons from Little Tibet
Thurs May 19, 7-9pm at the Berkeley Ecology Center
2530 San Pablo Ave. @ Dwight

#  Thu May 19, 8 pm CSC celebrates ArtsFest SF with Pleasure's Edges -- True-Life Stories of Sexual Adventure -- The Center for Sex & Culture hosts its favorite erotic writers and sexual adventurers for an evening of storytelling and memoir. Hosted by CSC director and noted erotic writer Carol Queen. soon for a complete list of participants. 
 CSC, 398 11th St @ Harrison $5--50 sliding scale

# 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

# I'm thrilled to see the western model integrating "alternative"
practices and medicines.  Looks like an awesome forum.

May 20-21 7th Annual Integrative Medicine Forum    Tai Chi Ch'uan
Naturopathic Medicine          The ART of HIV care
Holistic Nursing Practice       Qigong
Buddhist Mindfulness Meditation in Daily Life
Massage: Overview and Experiential
The Labyrinth in the Health Care Setting
Breema Bodywork: The Art of Being Present
Traditional Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture and Herbology
Somatics and Health: Centering Practices in Daily Life
Jin Shin Jytsu         Rosen Method and Stress Management
Introduction to Pilates: A Mind-Body Exercise Approach

# May 21 SHINE - A Fashion Celebration for the Fabulous! Sweets Ballroom
1933 Broadway, Oakland 21+ $13


 Join 9 of the most controversial speakers in the world
for yet another self-empowering weekend
of information, knowledge and truth that will set you free!
Dick Gregory
 Michael Tsarion THE ORIGINS OF EVIL
 Clay Douglas NEW WORLD ORDER,
 SPECIAL GUEST Radio Host, Hilly Rose
 SPECIAL GUEST Master Scholar, Jordan Maxwell
 SPECIAL GUEST Astrologer & Author, Dr. Louis Turi
 SPECIAL GUEST Radio Host & Author, Dr. Stan Monteith
 SPECIAL GUEST Journalist & Filmmaker, Anthony J. Hilder
Along with crew for a new documentary.
 Pre-registration prices end on Saturday, May 7, 2005.
Take advantage of our discounts and get your tickets now.
 Ph/Fax: (209) 832-0999

# Tue, May 31 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
 GREEN CITY VISIONS: Rebuilding the City to Save the Environment
1547 Lakeside Drive Oakland CA 94612

June 2005

# June 1-5 World Environment Day, SF
Public events announced: Five days, five themes, limitless possibilities
Four former SF mayors team up with Mayor Newsom to launch WED 2005
Urban Accords Declared: Cities and individuals take action for a livable future
Green Cities Expo to showcase sustainable products and businesse

PLANET, June 1-5!  This promises to be one of the most important
environmental events to come to San Francisco.  Never has this event
taken place in North America.  Let us help to build momentum, starting
NOW!  Here is the WED 2005 website:
READ Gavin Newsom's WED 2005 message:
CONTRIBUTE to the draft Green Cities Declaration, with your careful,
well-said, and caring thoughts to the wiki, which may be included in
the final declaration:
FIVE DAYS of WED 2005 events:

# In Honor of United Nations World Environment Day
From Bayview Hunters Point to Communities Around the World,
The People Demand Environmental Justice
Rally for Environmental Justice
SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2005 11 am sharp
In front of San Francisco City Hall
(Polk Street side, near Civic Center BART)
Mayors from around the world will be in San Francisco for the United
Nations World Environment Day meetings and celebrations.
Unite to call on our government leaders to support environmental justice
and oppose environmental racism.
For info:  Greenaction for Health and Environmental Justice (415) 248-5010

# 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

# Oregon Country Faire, Veneta, OR: July 8th-10th Reggae on the River, Frenchs Camp Piercy, CA: August 5th-7th

Shambhala Music Festival, Nelson BC Canada: August 12-14th  Hopland, CA: August 20th & 21st  Black Rock City, NV: August 29th – Sept 5th , Laytonville, CA: Sept 16th-19th , San Rafael, CA: October 14th-16th

Mendocino County's
First Annual Green Living Expo 
Ukiah - Mendocino County, CA
SEPTEMBER 24 & 25, 2005

# Nov 4,5 Dalai Lama @ Stanford

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.

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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. Stand in Peace, Pay No Tax.
 Cracking the Unified Commerce Code:
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HUMAN WEALTH : Beyond Greed & Scarcity
Latin :   Jus is Justice.   Belli is War.
Use of force continuum.
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