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Tuesday 4/5:
10:00am San Francisco: Anti-Rent Control Condo Conversion Protest 
3:00pm San Francisco: Protest $40 million bonds, taxes for Shipyard homebuilding
6:00pm San Francisco: Rally to Protest the Governator 
Wednesday 4/6:
7:00pm Santa Cruz: Screening of "The Take" to Benefit Indybay

Urge Congress to Fix Flaws in the Patriot Act

please consider signing the following petition.  It is intended as a pre-emptive strike in defense of the fledgling Democratic progressive grassroots aganist thte barrage of propaganda we all know is coming.

How to Prepare a Planet for Global Warming
Home fires in India help to melt Arctic icecap half a world away

Greenpeace kicks butt in China!
Another environmental watchdog in China bares its fangs as
Singapore-based logging giant APP is hit with charges of unlawful tree
clearing. A student protest in China has also targetted supermarkets
stocking APP products 

I found a Rawsome Redford Pizza recipe, by Shelley Redford Young, 
I also found Fudge B Good and Hash Browns here:
Included on the same web page is Alissa Cohen's simple Collard Rollups.-Pat

To the Forest Guardians:
Stuptown Earth First! erected a 30 foot tripod in downtown portland this morning, right in front of the region 6 headquarters for the US Forest Service. for more info.  For the wild~

Two-thirds of world's resources 'used up',12996,1447921,00.html

'10 YEARS TO SAVE PLANET',,31500-13312011,00.html

The Man Who Invented Ecotopia
Author Ernest Callenbach talks about localism,
the future, and the state of Ecotopian ideals.

The State of the World? It is on the Brink of Disaster
An Authoritative Study of the Biological Relationships Vital to Maintaining
Life has Found Disturbing Evidence of Man-made Degradation

Subliminal Behavior Modification Through TV Described in US Patent

One North America, no Canada.

 The State of the World? It is on the Brink of Disaster

 Tue Apr 5

# 4/5 International Pajama Day

# NCRA's Recycling Update 2005 -- Annual Conference
Tuesday,  April 5,  8:30 am - 4:00 pm in San Francisco
$80 non-members,  $65 NCRA members --includes meals
($65.00 + $40 NCRA Annual Dues =  $105) Online Reg

# Tuesday, April 5-SF School Closure Meeting 6:00 PM
 SFUSD  555 Franklin @ Grove SF
Tuesday, April 5 at 6 p.m., SFUSD, 555 Franklin-The San Francisco Board of Education will be meeting on finalizing the list of schools that will be considered for closure. Parents, teachers, students and the community are invited to participate in the discussion. Slated schools to be possibly closed include-Golden Gate Elementary School at Pierce & Turk, William DeAvila Elementary at Haight and Ashbury, New Traditions Elementary at 2049 Grove, Dr. William Cobb Elementary at 2149 California, William McKinley Elementary at 14th & Castro, Starr King Elementary at 1215 Carolina, Enola Maxwell Middle School on DeHaro and 20th, Luther Burbank Middle School in Viz Valley and Benjamin Franklin Middle School at Geary & Scott

# MONEY IN - FAVORS OUT That’s what Arnold’s all about!
 Governor Schwarzenegger has raised more political contributions than any governor in California history.
 Join the growing group of nurses, firefighters, teachers, public service workers and others who are protesting this governor’s incessant fundraising and delivery of favors to his donors at the expense of working families.
 TUESDAY APRIL 5th 5:00 PM MEET-UP Ritz Carlton
 600 Stockton Street/Pine SF Cable car:
 Powell-Hyde and Powell-Mason lines (direct stop)
 Beware of Ritz Carlton Parking Fee: $45.
 Hi all,
We have gotten word that the Governor will be in San Francisco On april
5 at 5:00 p.m.  We are joining in with the CNA, teachers, fire fighters,
and others to protest the governor's fundraising practices and his
policies that favor his corporate donors. 
   Tell everyone to come out and protest and make their voices heard.  Last
night the protest in Orange County drew more than 2,000 people!  San
Francisco should be able to do at least that much.
   An SEIU flyer is attached.  I will also be following up with phone calls. 

# Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will be in San Francisco on APRIL 5th at
the Ritz Carlton Hotel at 6:30pm. 600 California at Stockton at 6pm.
   Labor and community groups will be welcoming him with a huge protest
initiated by the California Nurses Association.
   On April 5 San Francisco's corporate leaders will gather at the Ritz
Carlton to line Arnold's pockets. Join nurses, working families,
patients and Californians from around the state to stop his corporate
   Tell the Governor and his donors: "Not in Our Town!"
   For more information: 510-273-2240

# Tuesday, April 5-School Closure Meeting 6:00 PM
 Location: SFUSD  555 Franklin @ Grove
San Francisco, CA view map
Tuesday, April 5 at 6 p.m., SFUSD, 555 Franklin-The San Francisco Board of Education will be meeting on finalizing the list of schools that will be considered for closure. Parents, teachers, students and the community are invited to participate in the discussion. Slated schools to be possibly closed include-Golden Gate Elementary School at Pierce & Turk, William DeAvila Elementary at Haight and Ashbury, New Traditions Elementary at 2049 Grove, Dr. William Cobb Elementary at 2149 California, William McKinley Elementary at 14th & Castro, Starr King Elementary at 1215 Carolina, Enola Maxwell Middle School on DeHaro and 20th, Luther Burbank Middle School in Viz Valley and Benjamin Franklin Middle School at Geary & Scott.

# Hotel Palestine: Killing the Witness
A powerful film documenting the US military’s killing of Spanish journalist José Couso in Iraq
With special guest speakers:
Javier Couso, the brother of José Couso
and Medea Benjamin, Co-Founder of Global Exchange and CodePink
Tuesday, April 5th at 7:00pm
New College Theater, 777 Valencia Street
(on Valencia St between 18th and 19th Streets). San Francisco, CA
Suggested donation $10. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Sponsored by: Global Exchange and New College Center for Education and Social Action
Thursday, April 7, 2005 at 7:00pm
The Grand Lake Theater, 3200 Grand Avenue, Oakland, CA
Tickets $10.   No one turned away for lack of funds.
Advance tickets available at or the Grand Lake Theater Box Office.
Sponsored by: Global Exchange, Grand Lake Theater and KPFA Free Speech Radio
For more info contact: June Brashares at Global Exchange at 415-575-5542

# FREE Reiki Share Tue Apr 5  Night 7:30-9pm.
Reiki Shares are a time to gather, speak about Reiki, and be with community.  They are free and open to anyone interested in experiencing and sharing Reiki. No prior experience is needed. - and they're really FUN! 2206 Dwight Way apt 2, Berkeley.
-on Dwight between Shattuck and Telegraph.

# Tue, Apr 5, 2005 - Wed, Apr 6, 2005      
 The Future of Food Documentary
Red Vic Moviehouse Haight St. @ Shrader/ Cole SF
The Future of Food, directed by Deborah Koons Garcia, will screen at the Red Vic Movie House on Tuesday April 4th and Wednesday April 5th. This excellent documentary examines the complex web of market and political forces that are changing what we eat, as huge multinational corporations seek to control the world's food system. The film also explores alternatives to large-scale industrial agriculture, placing organic and sustainable agriculture as real solutions to the farm crisis today. (88m) Showtimes are Tues: 7:15, 9:15 Wed: 2:00, 7:15, 9:15
Tickets are: $7.00 for evening screenings; $5.00 for the 2:00 matinee;
kids and seniors are $4:00 at all times.

Wed Apr 6

# 4/6 Benefit for the Forest Defenders' Pepper Spray Q-tip lawsuit.
Bay Area premier of Bernadine Mellis'
"The Forest for the Trees: Judi Bari vs. the FBI",
a new documentry about Judi Bari and her successful lawsuit challenging the FBI repression of local forest activists.
WHEN: Wed April 6 2005 7pm 
WHERE: La Pena Cultural Center 3105 Shattuck Ave. Berkeley (near the Ashby BART).
Meet Plaintiffs and Lawyers in the upcoming Pepper Spray By Q-Tip Trial starting April 11 at the SF Federal Building.
Admission $10 no one turned away for lack of funds.
Info: (510) 658-9178
 Judi Bari v. the FBI     54 minutes
directed by Bernadine Mellis
     In 1990, environmentalist and union organizer Judi Bari's car was
bombed.  Within three hours of the bombing, Bari was accused of
transporting the explosives that had nearly killed her.  Still in the
hospital, she was arrested, and labeled a terrorist in the national
media.  "The Forest for the Trees follows" Judi Bari's story,
culminating in her First Amendment case against the FBI.  At the
heart of the film, made by Bari's lawyer's daughter, is Bari, a folk hero
with an electrifying on-screen presence, and the legal battle against
law enforcement that few believed she could win.
     Bernadine Mellis'  first film, Born,  is an experimental short that has screened at galleries and festivals in San Francisco (recently at The Lab's "Inside of Inside" and Madcat International Women's Film Festival) and New York City (including Galapagos Gallery, the Pioneer Theater, and Lady Fest East). The Golden Pheasant, an Orphan's Tale, a children's story Mellis wrote and directed, has also screened in museums and schools nationally , as well as on public television. Her father's role as lead attorney in Earth First! activist Judi Bari's civil case led Mellis to make The Forest for the Trees , her first documentary.   --
Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters (BACH)
2530 San Pablo Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94702
phone: 510 548 3113

# Wednesday, April 6, 7pm
Meeting to Organize MOOS-Bay Regional Counter Recruitment Conference
AFSC office in SF, 65 9th St. Between Mission and Market, San Francisco
Youth are invited to take the lead in shaping this conference!, near Civic Center BART. For more info: or 510-468-1617 x 4

# flow rEvolution: rEvolving your flow through toys! is...
     Every Wednesday 7PM –11PM
     Located at 672 South Van Ness between 17th and 18th.
This gathering is a weekly play time where we welcome
artists/meditationers/practioners of (non-fire) toys including: POI, HOOP,
     While music is playing, you can meet, gather, watch, listen, learn,
teach, share, experiment, have fun and enjoy playing with each other in this
spacious and open warehouse.
     In addition, there will also be a Temple of Poi Instructor on site
available for one on one education at no additional cost beyond the entrance
fee. Throughout the evening, the instructor will work with seven people one
on one for 10 minutes each. The time slots are spread throughout the evening
and participants can sign up for a slot at the door as they arrive.  In
addition, Isa "GlitterGirl" Isaacs, founder of the Temple of Poi, will be
available for one time slot from: 9:50 - 10:00
     Peer Performance Preview:
At 10 pm, until the end of the night, there will be an "Open Stage" -- much
like and open Mic where performers -- beginner to professionals -- can get
up on stage and strut there stuff. In an effort to support newer performer's
feeling comfortable, performers will be arranged so that the least
experienced artists begin the open stage followed by progressively more
skilled artists. This is a great opportunity to explore performing in a
safe, judgment free environment.
After each performer does their piece (pieces must be under 3 minutes), the
audience will offer the artist feedback on their performance.
     To cover our costs, we're asking $5-$15 sliding scale paid at the door.

# TRIBE FIESTA! 18 and over! Wed April 6 9:30pm
 Glas Kat (aka The Troc)  520 4th St @ Bryant
Once again it's time for TRIBE FIESTA!!!
All night long, free admission for TRIBE.NET members! Just RSVP to this event and you're on the guest list! Just our way giving back to and the community.
9:30pm - 2:30am. $5 ‘til 10:30 $7 after
death rock - industrial - nuwave - nowave - electro - indypop
RESIDENT DJs: Damon & Shatter  GUEST DJ: Starr
Bondage a go go is not a sex club. Creeps and haters are not welcome.

# (((PENTA))) and (((PARUS))) at Syncronize
wed April 6 @ il pirata 2007 16th st. at potrero 10pm-2am
new psytrance album "Funraiser" from PENTA
 +burning man fundraiser +going way party
featuring PARUS (the most psychedelic twins in the world!) $5

Thu Apr 7

# Made In Palestine art exhibit Thursday, April 7th to Thursday, April 21st
Tu/Wed: 12-4pm  Th/Fr/Sat 12-7pm  Sun 12-6pm Free
 The first comprehensive exhibition of contemporary Palestinian art in the U.S.
April 7-21, 2005

Made in Palestine art exhibit is on view at SomArts Cultural Center, San Francisco from April 7 through April 21, 2005. The exhibition showcases a collection of contemporary art made by 23 Palestinian artists. The works on display cover a wide range of media and present individual reflections on the Palestinian contemporary experience. The Station Museum, Houston, where the show originated, described Made In Palestine as "the first exhibit of contemporary Palestinian art ever displayed in the United States." For more
information, go to or

MADE IN PALESTINE FORUM: A forum with artists in the exhibit
Time: 1-3PM
Location: University of San Francisco, the Pacific Rim Room (ROOM 148)
Lone Mountain entrance and building (LM)
Cost: Free, all are welcome
Sponsored by: University of San Francisco
Contact info:

A celebration including introductions of art work by six exhibit artists, performances, live music, DJ, food and drink.
Time: 5:30-8:30PM
Location: SomArts Cultural Center, The Gallery
Cost: Free, donations gladly accepted
Sponsored by: Justice in Palestine Coalition
Contact info:; 510-548-0542
 SomArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan at 8th St

# Thu Apr 7 5:30-7:30 Art receptions @ 49 Geary @ Market. Free
12 galleries on Floors 2-5. Every 1st Thursday!


A Benefit for Willow Rosenthal’s Medical Needs;
Willow was permanently injured by the
Oakland Police on April 7th, 2003.

Thursday April 7th, 7 p.m.
Café Van Kleef (21 and over)
1621 Telegraph @17th, Oakland
(19th  Street BART)

·	Andrea Pritchett (of Rebecca Riots), Shelley Doty (East Bay Express called her
"the complete performer in her use of cranked emotions in her singing, edgy rock
energy and swinging jazz guitar rhythms." ) & Friends
·	Henri Ducharme with TaraLinda – New French music and beyond (accordion &
·	Spoken Word Performance

·	“Shots on the Docks” the documentary depicting the events at the Oakland Docks
on April 7, 2003 by Steve Zeltzer of the Labor Video Project will screen.


·	Jack Heyman, ILWU rank and file activist who was arrested by police April 7,
2003 and fought and won bogus charges against him.
·	Antonia Juhasz, winner of the Project Censored Award for her article on the
corporate invasion of Iraq, co-author of Alternatives to Economic Globalization
(2nd Edition) and antiwar educator and organizer.
·	Member of Campaign for Community Safety and Police Accountability


On April 7 2003 hundreds of Bay Area anti-war, labor and community activists
picketed corporate war profiteers at the Oakland docks.  The Oakland Police
Department (OPD), after meeting days before with maritime bosses, opened fire
on nonviolent people with wooden bullets, shot-filled
sacks and concussion grenades and charged people with motorcycles for two hours.
 Their actions injured 60, including 7 long shore workers and 3 members of the
press, in the most violent attack in recent history on the anti-war movement,
and was denounced by the UN Commission on Human Rights.   Picketers caused the
docks to shut down on April 7, 2003; and a month later on May 12 and one year
later on April 7, 2004.

Those arrested and facing bogus charges won their cases and there have been some
reforms to police practices won in civil suits in the aftermath, but the OPD and
Mayor Jerry Brown (who may run for California Attorney General) remain
unaccountable and dangerous.

Willow Rosenthal, urban farmer, community organizer, and anti-war social justice
activist, sustained permanent injuries on that day.  We are a group of friends
of Willow and local activists who are raising money to assist her with her
medical expenses, as she has not received any compensation from the city of
Oakland. In the event that her case settles, any unused funds raised will be
diverted to anti-war organizing.

·	Forward this email to your lists and friends
·	Donate money in any of the following ways
1.  On line with a credit card at
2.  Send a check to
     Willow Rosenthal
     PO Box 611
     Berkeley, CA 94701
3.  Or come to the benefit on April 7th and make a donation in person.
Sponsored by friends of Willow and the Transit Workers Solidarity Committee
Contact:  Dorrit  510-981-1967

# Bohemian Chicks~All female group art show Thu April 7 7pm-11pm  free
Artemis Gallery 545 Sutter Street (at Powell Street), Ateiler 301

# The Cross Gender Caravan Thursday April 7th through Monday April 11th
 7:00 PM Free except for Friday night's show
 The Cross Gender Caravan is sweeping through San Francisco like a genderfucked juggernaut!  We can't be stopped, we can't be explained, we can only be admired!  Four transgender authors, two from the East Coast and two from the West Coast, read their senses-shattering works!


- Tennessee Jones, author of Deliver Me From Nowhere, a cover of Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska album
- Charlie Anders, publisher of other magazine and author of Choir Boy, the story of a hormone-popping chorister
- Carolyn Connelly, author of A Brooklyn Diary zine
- Andre, the Urban Hermitt, author of the Flow Chronicles.

Where and when:

Thursday, April 7th, 7:00 pm
City Lights Bookstore
261 Columbus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133

Friday, April 8th, 7-9 pm
Tranny Double Dose!
With the Tranny Roadshow
At the SF Cultural Center, New College
766 Valencia St., San Francisco
(b/wn 18th and 19th)
($3 to $33 sliding scale)

Sunday, April 10, 6:30 pm
Mills College
5000 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, CA 94613
(510) 636-7637

Monday, April 11th, 7:30 pm
Cody's Bookstore
2424 Telegraph Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 845-7852

# FischerSpooner's Odyssey Thu April 7 7:00pm-2:00am free
  Dj's, giveaways and coconut shy. Fun for all over 21.
 111 Minna St

# White Noise Wonder Woman Thu April 7 7:30pm Free
 PLAySPACE Gallery is proud to announce an evening of
short form video works by Bay Area artists.
Curated by Christina Turner and the Museum of Viral Memory's Randolph Carter, White Noise Wonder Woman is a ninety minute program of video
works ranging from gruesome performance documentation
and visceral documentary to straight forward narrative
drama and light-hearted comedy.   The evening will feature:
Untitled Wonder Woman Project by Skye Thorstenson
Rachel by Carl Auge
Runnemede NJ 1986 by Lynn DeClemente
Kissed by Lori Gordon
How To Stay Awake by Julia DeGuzman
Breakfast by Virginia Kleker
Dice, Hammer, Alarm and Measure by Sean Horchy
White Lawn Drone by M.A. Dinkins
1416 by Elise Irving
Know Your Newspeak by Shawn Smith
Uninvited Guest by Hilary Underwood
One End by Joe Golling
Pussy Control by Matt Boyko
Put Down The Banana, Step Away From The Monkey by Amy Sampson
Many of the artists will be available after the show
to sign autographs and discuss their work.
Timken Hall, CCA SF 1111 8th St @ 16th St

# Tesla: Master of Lightning, a One Man Tour de Force at Knox Center
Knox Center for the Performing Arts (San Pablo, CA)
Thursday, Apr. 7 @ 8:00pm Friday, Apr. 8 @ 8:00pm
Full Price: $10.00      Our Price: $5.00
Who was the real Nikola Tesla? Fact? Fiction? Myth? A brillliant one man tour de force that invokes the language and time of an earlier era in America's history that shaped the 20th century. Actor Frank Tabbita brings Nikola Tesla to life on the Knox Center stage. Be there for an amazing theatrical event destined for the world stage. 


Fri Apr 8

# New Works by Blue Studio Artists - Opening Reception
 Friday, April 8th 6:00pm-9:00pm Free
 This is a 27 person Blue Studio group show.  All are welcome to the opening reception as well as the 'Open Studios' festival just two weeks following on Saturday, April 23rd from 11am-6pm.  Hope to see you at both!!! The Michelle O'Connor Gallery 2111 Mission @ 17th (4th Floor)
 Corner of Mission and 17th Streets.  In the old "17 Reasons Why" building above Thrift Town.

# Kartoon Kocktail Friday, April 8 6:30-8:30pm $3 suggested donation
 An annual screening of independent animation and comics, set to coincide with the Alternative Press Expo. This shimmery two hours of cartoon fun will feature work by Stefan Gruber, Amy Lockhart, the Hickee boys, Davey Oil, Tatianna Gill, and more! Please see the website for a full program, as we're (ahem) still putting it together.
The El Rio is a bar, so it's 21 or over only. They have a Happy Hour from 5-9pm and FREE Tamales Bay Oysters on the half shell while they last.
 El Rio 3158 Mission St Just South of Cesar Chavez

# Making Connections: Career Waitresses of San Francisco
 Friday, April 8th 7Pm-9PM Free

# ::PsyBooty SF CD Release Party:::4/8/05 Friday, April 8  9PM
 Featuring Live Performances by:  ::: Alpha Channel (PsyBooty) 
 ::: Caldera (Koinonea / PsyBooty)     with DJs: 
Maer (Dub Beautiful / PsyBooty / OEM Radio) 
Rob-ot (Phoenix Family / PsyBooty) 
 & Visual Projections by English Steve 
 @ Rx Gallery  132 Eddy Street (@ Mason / Taylor ) 
 9pm - 2am  21+ w/ID  $8 before 10pm / $10 after 
 For Info & Directions: 

# Fri Apr 8 Green building, expert's lectures free.
Friday evenings, 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
San Francisco Institute of Architecture
1366 Mission Street, between 9th & 10th
2 blocks from Civic Center Bart station.
SFIA information office, 510 523 5174
No charge.                       All welcome.
An extraordinary roster of dedicated experts in all aspects
of eco design and green construction.  A great chance
to meet like-minded folks in a congenial setting.
Also come see our green wall, living column, and
earthen floor (in progress) and student eco design exhibits.
Snacks and refreshments available.

Friday, April 1.
Brian Perlow slide show on the living building
workshop and construction in Costa Rica.

Friday, April 8
Armstead Feland on eco-friendly timber framing design/building.
OR (not possible to confirm yet) we may have
Phil Hawes, architect of the Biosphere 2, on Global Eco Villages.

Friday, April 15
Darrel DeBoer, architect, on extraordinary feats
in bamboo construction.

Friday, April 22
Garrett Jones on the many benefits of eco landscaping with
native plants.

Friday, April 29
Edwin Kang of the City of 10,000 Buddhas on
Borobodur of Java, one of the worlds most extraordinary

Friday, May 6,
Yestermorrow, Vermont's preeminent ecological
design-build school.  (To be confirmed.)

Friday, May 13
A report on the Autonomous, Mortgage-Free Home
project by Fred Stitt, Architect, Director of SFIA.

Monday, April 18
Bonnie Sherk on her award winning Living Libraries projects.

Three-week Saturday strawbale wall and plastering
workshop to start 9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., April 9.

SF Institute of Architecture
1366 Mission Street, San Francisco
510 523 5174

# April 8-11 Make Radio, Not War! - Hands-on Radio Camps,
Build an FM Broadcast  Transmitter - 2005 Schedule

A four day hands-on workshop session sponsored by Free Radio Berkeley.
During the 4 days you will learn how to build FM broadcast transmitters
(and other related items such as antennas) and set up a low power (5-100
watt) community radio station capable of covering a broadcast radius
between 3 and 15 miles depending on power, terrain and antenna height.

The workshop tuition is $150-$200 sliding scale. Transmitter kits are
provided for assembly experience. These may be also purchased during the
workshop session so you can walk away at the end with an assembled and
tested transmitter. Average cost for a broadcast station kit package
(transmitter, antenna, cabling power, supply) is just $300 to $700,
depending on kits and power level chosen.

Radio Camp sessions, which run Friday through Monday (10 am to 6 pm),
will be held at FRB’s Oakland location on the following dates:

April 8-11, 2005 May 27-30, 2005 July 1-4, 2005
August 5-8, 2005 September 2-5, 2005

Make Radio Not War! Break the corporate stranglehold on the free flow of
information, ideas, art and cultural expression with your own radio station

Contact Free Radio Berkeley for further information or to register for
the radio camp

Free Radio Berkeley, 1442A Walnut St., Suite 406, Berkeley, CA 94709

Sat Apr 9

# 5 Tantric Vows Sat April 9 11:00 AM
 Oakland Dharma House  52 Hamoilton Pl. @ Harrison / Grand
 More Info: 1-888-826-8729
The five foundations of living the highly disciplined, open, dynamic and creative life of a Tantric practitioner includes the Tantric view on diet, substance use, relationship/sexuality, money, materiality and more.
A class for mature seekers who are ready for something more profound and authentic than the dualistic conceptuality of right/wrong, and who are also not interested in using complex egoistic rationale for indulgent, detrimental behavior.

Students will have the option to take the five vows and receive a spiritual name at the end of the ceremony. bring a lunch/snacks to eat during the break, an offering (donations to teacher and center are custom), and a cushion to sit on. $60, workstudy positions available, apply in advance. To register, please call 888-Tantra-Yoga (1-888-826-8729) or

 Burger King, 13th and Broadway, Oakland
 Info: Outside the fast food restaurant, advocates will distribute
information on the benefits of a vegetarian diet and serve vegetarian
'deli slices' to customers.

# ART CAR WORK PARTY @ NIMBY Sat Apr 9  12:00 PM  (noon - ???) 

Let's celebrate the first Saturday of daylight saving
time with an ART CARS 'n' DOGS work/play social!

Bring your car, your silicone & caulk gun, your paint,
your propane, your WHATEVER and get jiggy wit it!
This is a great space for art car work - we even have
cranes available (up to 5 tons!) Welding equipment
available, too (but get in touch with me first). We
have the entire main floor and the open-air courtyard
to do with as we please.

BYO beverages or support the NIMBY Drinking Team by 
getting your cold ones from the beer/soda vending
machine ($1 a pop). We have a grill available if
anyone wants to do a little barbecueing. This is
an all-ages, all-species event (kids and dogs are OK).

As usual, metal folding chairs and grape jam are pro-
hibited! Overnight car camping is available for 
those of us who, um, may have used a bit too much
solvent duing the event.
NIMBY is located at 1649 28th St. in Oakland (between
Peralta & the Mandela Parkway).
DIRECTIONS & INFO & RSVP: 917-653-4339

# Please join singer/songwriter/activist Margie Adam for a facilitated  labyrinth walk to mark the occasion of BCA's fifteenth anniversary.  BCA activists will re-energize and reaffirm their commitment to the work ahead by walking the labyrinth together, a unique act of community-building.

This event is BCA's way of thanking people like you who have been generous participants in BCA's work over the past fifteen years.  I hope you will join us for this very special occasion.
With gratitude and appreciation,
Barbara A. Brenner Executive Director

Saturday, April 9, 2005,  1-4 p.m.
Women's Building Auditorium
3543 18th Street, San Francisco
Light refreshments will be provided
Sarah Lightfoot at 415.243-9301 ext. 17 or via email at Breast Cancer Action, New Montgomery St, SF

# Apr 9 RAW IN TEN MINUTES is now available in SF at:
Valencia St Bookstore 569 Valencia St
Thank you Amanda for putting all the books in the Window! 
Support Valencia Bookstore! My booksigning will be April 9th there!

# April Potluck & Free Lecture by Dr. Rick Dina (D.C.)
Saturday, April 9: Socializing & Appetizers at 6:00 p.m.; Dining at 6:30 p.m.; Lecture at 8:00 p.m.
Location: IOA. 3600 Geary Boulevard (see March 6 potluck for direction details).
$1 suggested donation for members, their guests, and students bringing food for potluck, $2 for non-members bringing food (add $8 to each category without food).

Following the potluck, there will be a lecture on ?A Vegan Diet for Optimum Health.? Dr. Dina has been studying and practicing optimal vegan nutrition for 18 years. After earning his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in Atlanta, GA in 1997, he joined the staff at the True North Health Center under Dr. Alan Goldhamer. In addition to his clinical duties helping patients recover from diabetes, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, etc., he conducted informative weekly presentations on pertinent health and nutrition topics. In 2001 he moved to Seattle, WA where he also taught nutrition and natural hygiene principles at Bastyr University, the leading 4-year school for Naturopathic Medicine. He now practices nutrition counseling and chiropractic at the Vitality Health Center of Marin in San Rafael with his wife, Karin, a 15-year vegan who just completed her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in March of 2005.

Check their website, or call them at 415-472-7070. Also, he and Karin just returned from their vegan raw food retreat on the Big Island of Hawaii held in February. For more information on his retreats, past and future, visit his website

# fund raiser on April 9th Saturday at 398 11th Street in SF. Please come on down and join the party.
General Admission at 8pm - $10.00 with silent auction.
The VIP reception is 6 to 8pm it's $50.00. All sorts of fun will be going on. Burlesque with Backseat Betty, The Diamond Daggers, Cock-Ts Mark, Substitute Teacher Dilemma and Mark Bode doing the Cartoon Concert are scheduled. The VIP event is catered by Ghetto Gourmet. Look for artists drawing on Naked Models. The general opening for the event is at 8pm.
Silent Auction items currently available:
Signed Winston Smith Prints, signed film poster of Annie Sprinkle, Old Catacombs poster, Several old movie lobby cards, Isabel Samares print, Jane Cassell original, Carol Queen original collage,  Penthouse comix poster, Jay Lake manuscript, Trina Robbins panels, R Crumb panel (print large format) and anything else we can sell to raise funds for the insurance bill.
This month we have succeeded in paying rent and one half of the yearly $4000.00 insurance bill for the center. We have one week to raise the other half so we are putting cartoon art and other stuff out for a Silent Auction. Our volunteer coordinator has been having regular meeting of volunteers and the main room is looking much better. We are currently asking asking $20.00 an hour for the space for this years contracts and are about to put out a call for sex educators to use this incredibly cheap price for the rest of the year. As of June 2005 the rate will increase for Saturday and Friday nights.
But wait, there's more! - The Masturbate-a-thon will be at the end of May. 
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# Pet Noir Sat April 9 7pm - 12 midnight
7pm-8pm FREE, 8pm-midnight $2-10 sliding scale
Pet Noir will be hosting an art exhibit and music fundraiser to benefit Pet Noir: An Anthology of Strange But True Bay Area Pet Crimes and In Defense of Animals (IDA).
The theme for the exhibit is twisted pet art and will feature some very talented established and emerging bay area artists, curated by MariNaomi. Art prices range from $16 to $1400. If you're in the market for some awesome, affordable art, be sure to bring cash or your checkbook!
Featuring 25 artists.
Musical acts will include Ezee Tiger, So So Many White Tigers and Fuckwolf. Booking courtesy of the Mission Creek Music Festival.
 Balazo Gallery / Mission Badlands 2811 Mission @ 24th St

# Yoohoo & Donuts Sat April 9 7:00pm-11:00pm Free  21+ 
77 Natoma @ 2nd St.

# Something Else Presents: SPIN THIS! A nite of Dark Electronix
“In the beginning there was noise, the noise begat rhythm, and rhythm begat everything else.” - Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead
Come to where the rhythm and noise dance and stomp with one another!
SATURDAY April 9th
A bold and tantalizing melting mixture of danceable Power Noize, Psy-Trance, Industrial, Drum & Bass,IDM, Breaks, Dark Jungle, Digital Hardcore, Dark Electro ... and anything else that will keep you freaks on the dance floor!
Your hosts and musical tourguides: members of The Dark-Tekno Collective=
Jawa (Assimilate/Burning Chrome/BAGG/Loma Prieta)
Phreaki Boi (PsychoSynthesis/Loma Prieta/The Haven)
RMS (katabatik, MMS, POLAR)
Sparkle(Astral Psyentists/Outpost23)
Featuring very special guests (!!!)
Alaric (Necropolis/Infinate Kaos/Video Salon)
Mitch (Death Guild Upstairs/Meat)!!
Our 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
Drink special- Sierra on Tap  $3 from 7-10

# Have dinner with us Stay all night - Electric Vardo  SF
March 11th was a phenomenol night - I hope you'll join us for the upcoming Electric Vardo on April 9th (Saturday) with Ultra Gypsy Dance theater, Rena Jones, Sukhawat Ali Khan, DJ Sep, DJ Dragonfly, Amar, a special Student dance Performance with Ultra gypsy, plus culinary delights from the seriously gourmet kitchen. 8pm-4am.
I forgot to mention, JANAKA Selekta of Dhamaal will be joining us.
Call me for dinner reservations. Menu and lineup will be posted on soon.

# April 9, 2005 at the Old Mint in SF

# dj hyper: WIRED, Sat. Apr. 9th @ Paradise Lounge 10:00 PM
 1501 Folsom St. @ 11th

# *warning* ~ *april 9th* ~ *warning* April 9th
 all ages all night 10pm till dawn secret east bay location *wink*
spaz & 5lowershop & IOT records present:
*french fried* current mode ~ absolute destruction
dark and devestating music that will make you dance
3 rooms 3 massive soundsystems
 visuals by: Dylan (spaz) Kevlar (LightyRhythmVisuals, spaz)
the lineup features some of the best tallent from: France, United Kingdom, Los
Angelas, San Francisco, New York, and East bay: spinning damn near everything:
dark electro, dark techno,
hardcore, drum and bass, break core, ghetto tech, glithced out maddness, death
rock, and some live maddness to be created just for you!
special collabaration: meat grinder live
Meat Grinder is Aneurysm, 396, Spukkin Faceship, Marianimal, Kwaantom1, Joey
The Rabbit Dissector and The Thing
for those who made it to our "no exit" new years eve event this will be even
bigger and Darker
this is full force, you have no idea how devestating to your psyche the music
will be! here is just some of the lineup:
Mrik (IOT Records, France)
Arok *Live (IOT Records, France)
Marc (Teknocrates, France)
AtoMikDog vs. Novatron *Live (396rekchordz)
Meat Grinder *Live
Red Max (Hekate, UK)
D-Syn (Spaz, SF)
Binnie (5Lowershop)
Lisa Faux (Surreal Signal, SF)
Patricio (Los Angeles Breaks Association, LA)
Ooah (L.A.B.A)
Savage Rhythm (Spaz)
NiteShade (Spaz)
MegaBitch (Spaz)
Teflon Jacket (Tokyo Electric, SF)
WhiteRabbit (spaz, a winter gone by, SF)
more TBA
you know who we are!
1-800-GUN-NUMB call night of the party for directions

# Sun Apr 10     Dear Animal Friends,

Please mark your calendars for the Dog March at UCSF Mission Bay Campus! 

When:  Sunday, April 10th, 2005 at 10:45 A.M.  Rain or shine. 
The gathering and the march will last about an hour.

Where:  Corner of 16th Street and Owens Street, at the Mission Bay Campus

Parking:  From 16th Street, turn into the unnamed street between Owens and 3rd Street.   (3rd Street intersects with 16th Street on the east end.) The parking lot is free on Sunday.

The Mission Bay Campus is on the east side of San Francisco, not far from the bay.  This is a newly-built branch campus.  It is more spacious than the older campus.  However, it is likely that the dog experiments, and countless other cruel and unnecessary experiments on monkeys, cats, pigs, sheep, rabbits, mice, hamsters, etc., are still being done at the old main campus.  At any rate, we do know that experiments on smaller animals such as mice and rats, or hamsters and guinea pigs, are happening at the new Mission Bay Campus.  It has been said that one of the new buildings there will house more monkeys.  The buildings are humongous, especially the UCSF Genentech Hall.

It would be ideal to have as many well-behaved dogs there as possible, but if you don't have dogs please come, too!  There will be snacks and drinks and water for people and pooches.  J  Sunday is chosen because too many people can’t make it on a weekday, and we need to tell the media that they can expect 100 pooches and people to be there.

Please mark your calendars.  Please kindly email or call me if you can make it this day:, 650-619-9713, so we can have a minimum confirmed count to promise the media. Thank you for all you do!!! J
Sincerely, Michelle (on behalf of groups and people who care)
P.S. Please feel free to outreach in any way you can!! Any ideas are welcome, too!!

 Sunday, April 10th, 2005 at 11:00 A.M.  The gathering and the march will last an hour.
 Corner of 16th Street and Owens Street, at the Mission Bay Campus
Please Sign Up with
Dogs are much-loved pets.  But at the University of California San Francisco, they are nothing more than devices for so-called “medical research” to attract millions of dollars of grant money financed by taxpayers. 

Investigations by animal advocates uncovered recently that UCSF's Dr. Jeffrey Olgin will torment and murder 750 dogs in the next three years, claiming to study the stages of human heart failure.  His team will implant pacemakers to make the dogs' hearts beat outrageously fast; they will also surgically destroy their heart valves – all to cause artificial heart failure, from which to gather artificial data to publish.  The dogs will suffer in great pain for a period of time ranging from several days to as long as six months before they die, depending on the degree of problems and injuries caused. These experiments are not going to advance human medicine because it is already known that dog hearts - both anatomically and at the cellular level - are very different from those of humans, and better  results can be achieved using humane human-based research methods.

Cardiologist John J. Pippin, M.D., F.A.C.C., a member of the Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine, calls these experiments “contrived” and “futile.” He states, “Better information is available from clinical and epidemiological observations, surgical and procedural results, autopsies, and human studies involving cardiac imaging and electrophysiological tests.”  It is already known that a dog’s heart is significantly different from that of a human anatomically, physiologically, and on the cellular level.

100 dogs and their people will gather at UCSF’s newly built Mission Bay Campus to show public outrage towards UCSF's dog experiments, along with other useless and cruel experiments. 

Animal advocates have made many civilized attempts to persuade the Chancellor J. Michael Bishop to end cruel projects.  As the Institutional Official under the Animal Welfare Act, the Chancellor has the power to end projects, but he chooses not to do so.  UCSF and its researchers receive $166 Million in grants financed by our tax dollars from the National Institutes of Health per year for projects involving animals. In their response to people's letters, UCSF has stated that they will not dialogue with people concerned about their animal experiments. 

What follows is a link to the details of Dr. Jeffrey Olgin's dog experiments along with some of the most egregious experiments at UCSF recently uncovered:

# Sunset PARTY noon - 8pm Stafford Lake, Novato, FREE! ($7parking fee) 415 820 1664 DJs, Mega sound system, picnic, frisbee, hulahoop!

# SUNSET Season Opener  Sunday Day Party
 Sunday, April 10 12:00 PM
SUNSET Season Opener with djs: Solar, J-Bird, & Galen + special guests:
Hesohi ~ LIVE!!, Rebecca Watkins & Dubrocker 
Noon - 8pm. Stafford Lake Park, Novato
call: 415.820.1664 for directions

#  Faye Carol / Off the Hook Blues Band --Sun Apr 10, 6pm and 8pm $20
 The Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors proudly presents the dynamic Miss Faye Carol & her Off The Hook Blues Band. With special guests, Sista Kee (Kito Gamble), & the voices of MITC  Coming for 2 shows at the Black Repertory Group, 3201 Adeline St., Berkeley.
For more information call CCCO at 510-465-1617
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO).
The GI Rights Hotline (800) 394-9544

# A Discussion for Kinky Rape Survivors
	Many in the Leather Community are survivors of rape and sexual assault. We identify in different ways, yet all share the common bond of being kinky survivors. Please come with your experiences and a willingness to listen and support other survivors as we create a safe space in this community to discuss rape. It?s up to us to have this needed dialog.
	Potential discussion topics include: empowerment through alternative lifestyles, rape fantasy/ play, and how we can support kinky survivors. Join Jessi as she facilitates this discussion.
	Sunday, April 10th 6PM at the Center for Sex & Culture 398 11th St. @ Harrison Strret
Donations welcome; Walk-ins welcome but RSVP appreciated.
	Jessi Ross is a queer switch and kinky survivor. For the past year, she has served as the cashier for Society of Janus. She is currently attending City College of San Francisco working on her sex educator certificate. She is facilitating this discussion as part of her Ending Sexual Violence: Peer Education coursework and as an effort to open up discussion within her community.

You're ALL invited to the Pepper Spray Trial!
Come witness the trial that will decide the fate of protest and chemical weapons in these times!
We need a presence in the courtroom to show support!
Trial starts April 11th, 2005 onwards
San Francisco Federal Building, Judge Susan Ilston's Courtroom
450 Golden Gate Ave. at Polk (Civic Center BART stop)
**Must bring photo ID to get in**
Call 510-835-6303 for more info


Public Hearing
Marin County Board of Supervisors Resolution
For a Moratorium on Loud Sonars
Known to Harm Whales
What: Public Hearing for Resolution
When: April 12th at 6:30 PM
Where: County Board of Supervisors Chambers, 3501 Civic Center Drive, San Rafael
(Room 329)

An opportunity to show your support to protect our whales and other marine mammals is coming up on the evening of April 12 at the Marin County Board of Supervisors meeting room at the Marin Civic Center.

We are delighted to announce that the Seaflow Resolution, which opposes the deployment of high intensity active sonar, will be introduced to the Marin Board of Supervisors at their meeting by Charles McGlashan, as his first act of legislative sponsorship.  The Resolution has a much better chance of being passed by the Board if there is significant public support for it.

The Resolution emphasizes that, as Marin residents we are privileged to have whales migrate along our coastline, how we benefit economically from having them here, and how, in turn, we have a responsibility to help protect our whales and marine life from life threatening active sonar.  

We now know that whales and marine life are threatened by active sonar that blasts through thousands of cubic miles, compromising marine habitat and even killing marine life. Recent evidence links whale and dolphin mass strandings and deaths with U.S. Navy mid frequency active sonar exercises.  The Navy would like to be exempt from environmental laws regulating ocean noise, despite the increasing global consensus that ‘ocean noise’ is threatening marine life. It is very important to note that there are other more benign technologies already, or soon to be deployed, that do not harm marine ecosystems and can perform the same function as these sonars.

Please email this to your friends and join us!

For further information about Seaflow and/or the Resolution, please refer to the Seaflow website
http:/// or email

For events: 
Please see yahoogroups message archives and calendar at

Wed Apr 13

# Wed Apr 13 flow rEvolution: rEvolving your flow through toys! is...
Every Wednesday 7PM –11PM see Apr 6 for details.
Located at 672 South Van Ness between 17th and 18th.  $5

# Reminder: Expose Victoria's Dirty Secret on April 14th Day of Action and Join the Coalition Sign-on Letter
Victoria's Secret prints 395 million catalogs each year predominately on virgin paper from Endangered Forests. On April 14th you can help stop the devastation caused by these catalogs by challenging Victoria's Secret to stop using paper coming from the world's last remaining Endangered Forests and switching to high post-consumer recycled paper. Don't let Victoria's Secret destroy the Original Spring Collection; our earth's last remaining Endangered Forests!

Public Health through Environmental Health
Thursday, APRIL 14 6:30PM-9:00PM
Sponsored by the Santa Clara County Medical Association and
Collaborative on Health and the Environment

Medicine today focuses most of its attention on diagnosing, controlling or "curing" illness after it has developed, while preventative medicine has taken a back seat. Asthma rates, cancer rates, endocrine disorders and learning disorders are all on the rise. Although diet, smoking cessation and exercise are important, a growing body of scientific evidence points to chemical pollution in the air, water, and food as a major contributor to diseases of our modern culture. Research on endocrine disruptors, heavy metals and industrial pollutants has spawned the emerging field of medicine called Environmental Health. Learn about the important connection between environmental health and public health. This event is one in a series of conferences for physicians. This particular event is free and also open to the public. You are welcome to inform others of this event as well.

6:30PM - Honorable Ira Ruskin, 21st Assembly District * Chairman of the 
Committee on Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials
7:00PM - Breast Cancer and the Environment: State of the Evidence
*Jeanne Rizzo, Executive Director, Breast Cancer Fund 
7:45PM - Prostate Cancer Suppression using Diet
 *Natalie Ladesma, R.D. ,  Nutritionist at UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center
Location/directions: Santa Clara County Medical Association, 700 Empey Way, San Jose. Take Winchester Blvd. off highway 280 and go south on Moorpark for 1 _ miles. Shortly after highway 17 crosses above you  turn right on Empey Way. At the end of the street turn left into the parking lot . 700 Empey Way is a two story brick building. Conference will be held in the upstairs conference rooms. For Information call Jason Deboer at 408-998-8850 ext 3008.

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.

# SuperStar Avatar Fun-Raiser  April 15th Mission Control
2519 Mission St. at 21st  8pm to 2am  $10-20 at the door

Hello Superstars!
The AMAZING. the INCREDIBLE…'the ASTOUNDING has occurred!!!
The Stars have aligned (with an amazing programmer) in support of taking the SuperStar Nation website to the next level!
That’s right, in the next month or so, we should all be able to enjoy a vast leap forward in SuperStar website…'.with functionality surpassing social networking sites like and friendster. This means that come summertime we will be able to invite entire, existing communities to create SuperPowers, Avatars and customize the site to their specifications!
So let’s generate some RESOURCES and make it happen!!!!

Many of you have been making noise recently about having a SuperStar shindig, so here it is!
Lets DOOOOOOO it!!!

Evenings Festivities will include, but are by no means limited to…'.

8pm The Latest WhizBang Superstar Presentation from ProfV and PollyS

10pm SuperPower Cabaret Performances of music, dance and poetry.
Presentations from:The First House, The House of Elyseum and The House of Kinky Salon
Mystic Midway Toy Theater presents Tales of Wonder

Avatar Photo Booth (get those avatar pics you’ve been wanting for your Avatar card!)
Massage and Aromatherapy in The Delightful Pink Healing Room
SuperStar Raffle with amazing prizes
A Very special silent auction
DJ Delachaux special mix cd giveaways!!!
Hyperdelic Superstar Visual Projections
Spring Altars to herald in the abundance of the new year!

We are looking for acts for the SuperPower Cabaret, volunteers, giveaways for the raffle and silent auction and whatever else you feel you can add to the mix.
Join the hijinx, earn Karma points, meet new Avatars, Assist collective Evolution!

Dress: come in your spring best! Whimsical, fanciful, fun!!!
Mythical creatures, Faery tale, Flowery and Floral!
Avatars of all shapes, sizes, persuasions and inclinations welcome!!!

This will be an Avatar card and SuperPower card friendly event!!!
Don’t feel left out! Create your Avatars and SuperPowers at

A word from Professor Violet:
“Avatars of Passion, Mirth, Wisdom and Brightness-
Star Light Ambassadors, listen!

The invitation is extended to us once again-
So let us remember the call that brought us together,
that call sounding gloriously In The Heart of Us ALL
to Join in The New World Revels

May we rise together and fill with New Light
May we shine as Stars
and expand the joy of Creation’s Grand Play-

On this night may we be filled with
The Spirit of Eternal Emerald Light
and together embody the Gaian Heart of Beauty
May Queen, Maiden Mother, be with our celebration
And on this night, bestow upon us your Grace”

# 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

# amazing Reiki For Peace Benefit Sun April 17 Dan Schwartz is hosting!
Celebrate hands-on healing-as-peace-building in Israel/Palestine
at the Reiki for Peace Benefit!
Sunday, April 17th, 3420 Rubin Dr. Oakland, CA, from 2-8 pm
Reiki sharing? delectable food? belly dancers? live music by Lizzi and 
friends? discussions with Reiki for Peace founder and visionary Rahel 
Learn about how the visionary organization Reiki For Peace is creating 
trust, friendships and healing on the ground in Israel/Palestine through 
teaching Reiki to mixed groups of Israeli Arabs and Jews, Palestinians and 
people of all backgrounds. Find out about and experience Reiki, the form of 
energy healing that has been blessed by both Orthodox Jews and Muslims as a 
means to empower individuals to heal and transform themselves and their 
April 17th, 2-8 pm ? 3420 Rubin Dr, in the Oakland Hills
RSVP to Dan at, (510) 717-3540
Suggested $15 donation, but mostly, come with an open heart!
RSVP to Dan at Or View the evite at:

# SOUND TRIBE SECTOR NINE/SF - 4.15 & 4.16.05 All Ages
 @ The Warfield 982 Market  Doors: 7:00 PM | Show: 8:00 PM
STS9 returns to the incredible Warfield Theatre in SF for TWO NIGHTS with special guest CROWN CITY ROCKERS (Fri. 4/15)  and RICHARD DEVINE (Sat. 4/16) and as well as a few unannounced surprises!
Floral Offerings by Anthony Ward.
After-Party @ ANON SALON on 4.16!

# Chillin' 7th Anniversary brings you 60 fashion designers
60 painters/photographers 60 filmmakers
Music by; DJ JOHANSON, Kerowak, DJ Shon, Russell Vargas, Laron, Dirtyhertz
and Dave Madix Saturday April 16, 2005 from 8:00pm-2:00am
 Mezzanine (444 Jessies Street, SF CA 94103) 21+ $5

# CAUSE benefits "Pepper Spray 8" civil rights trial MONDAY April 18 @ Elbo Room 
 CC's Acoustic Underground Showcase (CAUSE)
 MON April 18 essence  Joanne Rand  Mokai  Spring Lundberg
3rd Mondays @ the Elbo Room, SF 
647 Valencia St., SF 94110 (415) 552-7788 
8:00 PM doors, show at 8:30 ($5-15 sliding scale) 
BENEFIT for the "Pepper Spray 8," help stop police use of pepper spray to stifle free speech  event contact: CC  415-522-6644

# 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

# Wed Apr 20 flow rEvolution: rEvolving your flow through toys! is...
Every Wednesday 7PM –11PM see Apr 6 for details.
Located at 672 South Van Ness between 17th and 18th.  $5

# 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!

# April 22 Santa Cruz-ish FULL MOON Lorin

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

# 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.

# 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

# Sunday, April 24, 2005, ALL Day
College of Marin, Kentfield

# 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

# "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.

 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.

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,

May 2005

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

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

May 7 SUB SCIENCE! SF  -Lorin

# 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

# 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:

# 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

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