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 5:30pm Berkeley: Critical Mass Bike Ride
 8:00pm San Francisco: Queer Open Mic 
Saturday 5/14:
 11:00am Berkeley: Copwatch Training 
Monday 5/16:
 2:00pm San Francisco: CACI torturers Out of San Francisco
EWG Report || Rocket Fuel in Lettuce

Global Warming Whites Out WA?s Ski Revenue

‘Salmon runs set to collapse’

Help Gather 100,000 Signatures on the "I Refuse" Petition
Tell the Warmongers in Washington, "No Draft, No Way!"

drinking water and "sewage blending."


100% Peace Organic T- Shirts for a hilarious video on organic produce

Canada Legalizes Medicinal Marijuana

Stop Suez! - Take action now to join with the growing global movement that recognizes
water as a human right and that challenges Suez's irresponsible and
dangerous actions around the world.

Oil Doomsday is Nigh, Tar Sands Not a Substitute A campaign to get 1 million kids opted out from the little known provision of No Child Left 
Behind is underway.  

Secret Bush-Blair War Plan Sparks Outrage

"Bolton's 11th Hour" A Special RHINO'S BLOG
Rhino's Blog lives at:

FBI Nabs Troops, Officers in Drug Sting
FBI agents posing as cocaine traffickers in Arizona caught 16 current and former U.S. soldiers and law enforcement personnel who took about $220,000 in bribes to help move the drugs through checkpoints


Petition for a nationwide revote

The silent scream of numbers
The 2004 election was stolen — will someone please tell the media?

Fri May 13

# Superstition Obstacle Course Fri May 13 10am-5pm Free with admission
 Who's Afraid of Friday the 13th?
Come to the Exploratorium's Superstition Obstacle Course on Friday, May 13

For many people, Friday the 13th suggests bad luck - but is it really tempting fate to break a mirror? Are you courting disaster by walking under a ladder? And what will really happen to mom if you step squarely on that crack in the sidewalk? Challenge these and other superstitions at the Exploratorium on Friday, May 13, at a one day Superstition Obstacle Course, from 10am-5pm.
 The Exploratorium 3601 Lyon St North of Lombard. 415-EXP-LORE

# Lusty Lady Play Day Friday, May 13 11am- 3am 
 Well dears,   Here I am again,, begging you to come and throw your money at your carnal desires, give into you deepest darkest needs and and writhe in the shameless lust that is... PEEPSHOW MADNESS! 
 Or you could just come and support the hot, sexy, nude cooperators that make up the Lusty Lady's. 
 That's right! It's time again to open your minds (and wallets) for the naked cause.. and have a crap-load of fun while your doing it.  Check out the racy flyer and be prepared for more.. 1033 Kearney @ Broadway, SF

# The “Celebrating Women’s Leadership in Sustainable Development” event is coming together beautifully! Thank you all for your help! We will be having a planning meeting this Friday, May 13th (is it already May?!?) at 5:30 at the Pacific Environment office at 311  California St. Suite 650. (A few blocks from the Embarcadero BART station—office is on California at Battery). For those of you who can’t make it in person, there will be a call-in option:
Conference call number: 1 888 276 4201. When prompted the participant code is 544539.
We hope you can make it!
Again, we are thrilled to work with you all on this important project celebrating women! Thank you all for your interest, and please send me a quick email letting me know whether or not you can make it.
Attached is the most recent flyer for the event, and below is a text version. PLEASE take a moment to spread this info to your networks and listserves, and if you are a co-sponsor, please post to your websites and alert your membership if you have not done so already.
In addition, we are building a Clothesline of Environmental Heroes which will feature dozens of the incredible women who are working around the world throughout the venue space. This will recognize women working on the frontlines in their communities and who may not otherwise have the opportunity to be honored. We will hang their pictures and descriptions on a clothesline that will break up the space.
We would like to ask that you and/or your organization help contribute several pictures and stories of outstanding women you have worked with over the years. The more you can send us, the better! This may be something you can put together relatively quickly—it may also be a great volunteer/intern project if you so choose.
If you can, please send us these as one-page documents—with a woman’s picture and “story”. These can be any women you have worked with who you find represent leadership in any of Dr. Maathai’s three arenas of environmental sustainability, democracy, or human rights with a paragraph description below.
If you haven’t already, please submit your pictures/stories to or
Kirsten Moller
 Women Heroes
 c/o Global Exchange
2017 Mission Street #303
San Francisco, CA 94110 USA

Thanks Again! Below is the description of the event you can circulate:
Best, Melinda (Mindy) Save the Date!
"Celebrating Women's Leadership in Sustainable Development" event

A United Nations World Environment Day 2005 Event 
Convened by the Women's Global Green Action Network and Local Partners 

 Come listen to inspiring speakers, & musicians! 

 The June 5th Women's event will highlight the central role women play in promoting sustainable development and articulating the need for environmental stewardship. 

 Learn about local initiatives in the Bay Area, & hear the stories of grassroots environmental women leaders working tirelessly for positive change around the world... 

 When: Sunday June 5th, 2005 
 1-2 p.m. Meet Local Grassroots Organizations, hear stories of women leaders around the world 
 2-5 p.m. Celebration: Music & Speakers 
 $15 (Sliding Scale) at the door. 

 Where: Fort Mason Festival Pavilion, San Francisco , CA 
 Marina Boulevard & Buchanan Street, in the Marina district. (Adjacent to The Green Building Expo & Environmental Art Show) Public Transportation is highly encouraged. Parking will be limited. 

 Confirmed Speakers Include: 
Marta Benavides: Salvadoran activist, theologian and educator. Founder of Ecohouse, International Institute for Cooperation Amongst Peoples-IICP, Received 2003 U.N.'s Prize for Women's Creativity in Rural Life 

Rev. Sally Grover Bingham: Environmental Ministry Grace Cathedral. Executive Director of The Regeneration Project/ Interfaith Power and Light National Campaign, Energy Globe Award in 2002, Linz Austria. Clean Air Champion Award from Bay Area Air Quality Management District. 

Fredericka Bryant: Senior at El Cerrito High School in Richmond, California and a member of Youth Environmental Ambassadors of Health (YEAH) program of MYA. She has made presentations at public meetings at UC Berkeley, in Washington D.C. and before the California State Senate Environmental Health Policy Committee. Her goal is to work as a youth leader in an environmental 
 justice organization. 

Sharon Fuller: Founder and Executive Director of Ma'at Youth Academy (MYA), an environmental justice organization based in Richmond,  California. MYA is dedicated to reducing women and children's exposure to mercury. 2004 Woman Of The Year. State of California. 14th Assembly District 

Julia Butterfly Hill: Activist, Bestselling Author, and Founder of Circle of Life. Julia has been touring the U.S. and educating about themes of Respect, Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle to reduce our impact on our Earth and add deeper meaning and joy to our lives. 

Pat Humphries & Sandy O: "Keep on Moving Forward (Never Turning Back)," "Common Thread," and "Swimming up the Other Side" are sung at peace & justice events around the world. The Beijing Conference in 1995 opened with "Keep on Moving 
 Forward". Pat is now performing with her partner, Sandy Opatow, who adds exquisite vocals, guitar playing and songwriting. 

Sharon Abreu: Environmental Educator and Activist helped develop and promote the World Harmony Network for Sustainable Development At the World Summit on Sustainable Development. Sharon lends her voice and musical talents to enhance public awareness of environmental issues. 

 And Special Guest From the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) To Be Announced 

 Co-Sponsors & Partners 

 Breast Cancer Action 
 Circle of Life 
 Matters of Trust 
 Global Fund for Women 
 Global Exchange 
 Luna Bar 
 Ma'at Youth Academy 
Pacific Environment 
 People's Grocery 
 Rainforest Action Network

 For more information contact: 


 Melinda Kramer, Pacific Environment 
 (914) 830-7382 

 Redwood Mary (Mary Rose Kaczorowski), U.N. Commission on Sustainable Development NGO Women's' International 
 (510) 459-9448
Melinda Kramer
Program Associate
Pacific Environment
311 California, Suite 650
San Francisco,  CA 94104-2608 
tel: 415/399.8850 ext. 309
fax: 415/399.8860
Protecting the Living Environment of the Pacific Rim

#  ArgusFest presents  Flicks and Food at  Red Victorian Peace Cafe  1556 Haight St San Francisco, CA 94117 
 Conversation at 6 pm. Film starts at 6:30 pm 
Feel free to stop in at any time. Lively talk and conscious expanding Human Rights films. 
 Friday-May 13th  THE CORPORATION-145min 
 explores the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution of our time. Footage from pop culture, advertising, TV news, and corporate propaganda, illuminates the corporation's grip on our lives. Taking its legal status as a "person" to its logical conclusion, the film puts the corporation on the psychiatrist's couch to ask "What kind of person is it?" Provoking, witty, sweepingly informative, The Corporation includes forty interviews with corporate insiders and critics - including Milton Friedman ,Noam Chomsky ,Naomi Klein , and Michael Moore - plus true confessions, case studies and strategies for change. 
If you would like to host screenings or get involved email brad at 
FREE FILMS ($5 suggested donation but no one turned away) 

# Fri May 13 7-9 pm @ Vara Healing Arts Center, 850 Talbot @ Solana, in Albany, 4blocks East of San Pablo.
Create more love... a Schevene poetic enchantment Fri. Only!!!    
 One Chance Only Friday May 13th 6 pm  Suggested donation $1
 Enjoy a richly opulent experience while indulging in your one chance to visit with my whole family in one vibrant evening.
 Magnus Schevene:
 "Refill the cup of your heart with divine love. My family is in town visiting until Saturday morning.
 This is your one chance to meet my family, while sharing in bringing-to-life enchanting poetry, authored by my now disabled father. Poetry in the tradition of Rumi- poetry that alters consciousness.
 This is the opposite of a bullet point workshop-the opposite of linear rational reductionism. Become empowered and refreshed to your depths by this gathering. If you want to attend, just show up at Vara this Friday-ideally at 6 pm. I know if you are meant to attend you already know you will. If you have any questions, need any assistance, or anything at all to be able to participate, call me (or Vara) at 415 602 9280 (or 510 526 9642). Below are some links-to maps, to web sites. Check them out. I look forward to seeing you."  In love - Magnus
 To see the nascent home page of the heart of true  love:
 My site:
 Vara's site:
p.s. there also happens to be a concert with Shimshai and Tina Malia on the same night.

# MayDay Fri May 13 8:00pm $5 Curated by Michael Okum and Yoko Kumano.
 Short works by California/ Bay Area Filmmakers all centering around the themes of Emergency, Distress, Struggle, Paranoia, Dillusion, Unrest, Strife... in a word MAYDAY.  Including excerpts from the Documentary series "Shock and Awe" about the war in Iraq. 90 min. One Night Only!
 Artists' Television Access 992 Valencia @ 21st

# The Onion Party - Friday, May 13
craigslist and INFORUM Welcome America's Finest News Source to San Francisco! 

WHAT: The world's most popular news satire publication is coming to the streets of San Francisco. craigslist and INFORUM invite you to celebrate in style at 12 Galaxies with bands, beer and The Onion writers (who apparently also DJ)! More than 4 million readers visit The Onion online for genius headlines like, "Supreme Court Rules Supreme Court Rules" and "Drugs Win Drug War." Get your much-needed weekly dose on street corners beginning May 12.

	• 	10:45 - 11:30pm: Dead Hensons
	• 	11:30 - 12:30am: Special Guest ONION DJs
	• 	12:30 - 2:00am: DJ Jester the Filipino Fist
	• 	2:00 - 6:00am: Staring Contest between Onion writers and craigslist staff
WHO: The Onion writers & management 
WHEN: 10 p.m. Doors Open 
WHERE: 12 Galaxies, 2565 Mission Street, San Francisco 
HOW: Free event - No tickets or reservations necessary!

# Absinthe Party in SF - Friday the 13th. 9pm 

# Xeno Presents: A Hand Full of Dust
Every Friday and Saturday May 13th - May 28th
Doors Open at 8:30pm Show Starts at 9:00pm
$15 - $20 Sliding Scale - Inquire about VIP
Dance, music, humor, strange characters, circus arts and dreamy visuals combine to convey the experiences of a newly formed soul bound for the material world.  The 7 performers of Xeno draw on the force of their nine years together to bring you a poetic look at a spirit's basic training.
Xenodrome 1320 Potrero Ave @ 26th St / Cesar Chavez

# the human ascension SF Fri May 13 9pm-2am  
All performers, artists, musicians & mystics.Come create magik. 
he Magician's wherehouse  672 South Van Ness (btwn 17th & 18th) 
The intention: to use one of the most amazing art spaces in the city to create a night of artistic experimentation. We will attempt to break the barriers of what is live performance by using spontaneous artist collaboration, ritual, and visionary intentional gathering of the minds to invoke transformation. The inside of this space looks like a magician’s layer mixed with an Atlantis goddess temple. It has a built in stage, props, altars and goddess sculptures. You have to step into the surreal magic of this place to believe it. The owners who built it were geniuses. 

We are inviting all artists, performers, mystics, healers to bring their tools, toys and talismans with the intention of creating a space for hybrid fusion. No expectations or rules are being layed down. There is no one main group behind this- it is a few people with performance backrounds who to bring more people together to experiment, exchange ideas and party. The outcome of the night will be based on the power of those who show up and their ability to collaborate with the infusion in the moment. This will be the first night of experimentation in this sacred space that is being given to us. We hope to nourish the growth of a project like this and see all visionaries from already established groups come together to open the doorway of the human ascension in a live setiing. To come together in the moment to create collective magik and ritual. Anyone who comes should feel free to create and contribute in a live setting no matter what your backround is. The vibe will be intimate and transforming. The hope is to create a series of events rooted in: the psychedlic circus, surreal cabaret, shamanic journeying and mythological storytelling manifested live in the moment. 
Contact info: Mirabai 415-596-3406 Davin 510-521-0491

Sat May 14

# 5/14: Tour of Golden Gate Park  Sat May 14  10 AM-noon 
 Tour of Golden Gate Park by author Christopher Pollock sponsored by San Francisco Museum and Historical Society 
 General Region: Middle section of eastern end 
 Meeting Place: Strybing front gate, Ninth Avenue near Lincoln Boulevard 
 Degree of Difficulty: Easy 
 Tour Highlights: Big Rec, Nursery, Sarah B. Cooper Memorial, Foresters Memorial, Carousel, Sharon Building, Sharon Meadow, San Francisco Lawn Bowling Club & Greens, Tennis Courts, Halleck statue, Baseball Player statue, Peacock Meadow, Lily Pond, Australian Tree Fern Dell and ending at John McLaren Memorial Rhododendron Dell.

# 5/14: Native Plant Sale  (los altos) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Hidden Villa Ranch, 
CNPS Nursery, 26870 Moody Road, Los Altos Hills    miles west of I-280

# 5/14: Rare event - noted black and white dharma teachers together - FREE!
9:00 am to 4:00  St. Augustine's Church, Bakewell Hall  525 29th St  Oakland

# 5/14: SONOMA EARTH DAY 2005  (sonoma)   The Plaza 11-5

# 5/14: COPWATCH - Know Your Rights Training  (berkeley) 
 Are you unsure about what rights you have with the police? 
 Have you ever been harrassed, brutalized, or abused by a cop? 
 Have you ever experienced police brutality or misconduct? 
 Do you want to be prepared in case you are ever in a confrontation with police? 

 If so, you should attend a KNOW YOUR RIGHTS TRAINING!!! 

 Who: Hosted by Berkeley Copwatch, Open to the public 
 What: Know Your Rights Training 
 When: Saturday, May 14th 11:00am - 2:00 pm 
 Where: 2022 Blake Street, Berkeley (between Shattuck and Milvia, next to Dwight) 
 Why: To empower yourself and your community! 

 For more information, call 510-548-0425 
 FREE!!! Open to the public, all citizens welcome.  Refreshments served.

# Y FEST 2005 Sat May 14 Noon-4:00 FREE
 "Y" does half the world live in poverty?
"Y" don't 1.2 billion people have access to clean water?
"Y" do 1,200 children die every hour from preventable illness?


Join us for a day of music, action, art, slam poetry, inspiration and ways to get involved with local organizations working on the world's biggest challenges.  Hear from local teens providing relief for Sudanese refugees, sending child laborers to school, and combatting the global AIDS pandemic.

FREE 21 and under (adult allies welcome)

Live music by:
The Gnomes
New Telephathic Friends
Youth Movement Recordsa
And more...

Also Featuring:  Several 2005 Youth Speaks Slam Poet Champions

 Civic Center Plaza Outside SF City Hall San Francisco

With Van Ness, McAllister, Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, and Grove drawing the border, City Hall spans a two-block site of about 5.5 acres, and includes parking, sidewalks, and lawn areas.

Taking BART or Muni Metro: The nearest Bart and Muni station is the Civic Center station.

Parking: Metered parking is available on Van Ness, McAllister, Grove, and Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place. A CityPark underground parking lot is located on McAllister, between Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place and Larkin.   510-849-2064

# Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA Film Festival

Support the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA at the 2nd Annual Pleiades
International Film Festival, highlighting short films from around the
world. This year, the festival takes place at theaters in both Palo
Alto and San Francisco. The San Francisco screening at the legendary
Bridge Theater will include wine, snacks and a raffle. The Lavanda
Restaurant and Wine Bar hosts the Palo Alto screening, and will
include wine, snacks, a raffle, and optional dinner and silent

What: Pleiades International Film Festival to benefit the Peninsula
Humane Society & SPCA
1. Where: Lavanda Restaurant and Wine Bar, 185 University Avenue, Palo for directions
When: Saturday, May 14, starting at 12:00 noon. for schedule and to purchase tickets

2. Where: The Bridge Theater, 3010 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco. for directions
When: Sunday, May 15, starting at 12:00 noon. for schedule and to purchase tickets

# VEGETARIAN FEED-IN May 14 1 PM KFC, 470 Lake Park Avenue, Oakland
 Outside the fast food restaurant, advocates will distribute information on the benefits of a vegetarian diet and serve vegetarian 'deli slices' to customers. 

# Sat May 14 1pm Puppet Build!


Monday, May 16th, 2 PM
Rally outside Westin St. Francis Hotel (Union Square - 335 Powell @ Geary)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
CACI International, a private corporation, provided many of the
interrogators at Abu Ghraib prison. Its employees were directly
implicated in the torture scandal. But CACI has faced no consequences so
far. Not one of its employees has been prosecuted, its contract for
"intelligence services" in Iraq was renewed last August, and it
earned over $1 billion in revenue last year - 95% of it from your tax
dollars. Plus, CACI continues to do business undisturbed in San
Francisco and dozens of other cities around the U.S.

This Monday, May 16th, CACI's vice president and other top executives will
be in town to present at an investors' conference at the Westin St.
Francis Hotel. Come help us confront CACI's directors and clients about
their involvement in torture and launch a campaign to shut down CACI's San
Francisco office.

Tell CACI: torturers are NOT WELCOME in our community!
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Come to an
Saturday, May 14th at 1 PM
St. Boniface Church (133 Golden Gate St. between Leavenworth and Jones, by
Civic Center BART)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
FOR MORE INFORMATION and to get involved, email, call Sarah at 510-472-8476, or come to the
planning meeting/art build on Saturday (details above).

 5pm ~ 8pm ARTIST RECEPTION* Meet the Artist, Lecture/Discussions/Demonstrations 
8pm ~ 3am DANCE CELEBRATION * Performances/Fashion shows/2 room DJ’s & More 
 @ StudioZ  314 11th St. @ Folsom, SF Calif. 94103 
21+w/ID  415~252~7666 

# Sat May 14 Marin Living Foods Pot Luck and Speaker Gathering 

Pot Luck and Speaker Gathering by the 
Marin Living Foods Community 
Our Featured Speaker Will Be DR. KARIN DINA 

Karin Dina's enthusiasm and study of health has spanned 1 ½ decades. While
in college, she experienced fatigue that no doctor was able to help her
with. Instead, she decided to find the path to health on her own. She read
countless books and did much research on achieving health over the next few
years. After becoming a vegetarian, she experienced an increase in her
energy level, but it was not until she started eating a largely raw diet
that her fatigue completely abated. In addition, she felt an abundance of
energy that she had never felt before in her life. Since 1990, she has
followed a vegan diet consisting of 80-100% raw foods and has devoted her
life to educating people on how to achieve optimum wellness through diet,
exercise, and emotional balance.

Karin holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of
Connecticut. In 1997, she graduated from the University of Colorado with a
Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and Magna Cum Laude honors. She studied
naturopathic medicine at Bastyr University, where she was an honors student,
and graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West with Magna Cum Laude
honors in March of 2005. Throughout her undergraduate and graduate
coursework, she studied advanced nutrition and nutritional biochemistry
extensively. Upon receiving her California chiropractic license, she will be
practicing chiropractic and nutrition counseling at Vitality Health Center
of Marin in San Rafael, CA.

Her talk for the Marin Living Foods May potluck will include raw and living
food recipe demonstrations with information on the scientific reasons for
eating plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and sprouts. Please
join us for this fun and informative talk! For more info please go to: or

                                                        When  : On Saturday,
May 14th, from 6 til 9pm,  
                                                        Where: 1 Wellbrock
Hts. San Rafael, CA 94903 (directions below)
Cost:  $3 donation and Raw food dish to serve 8, per person

   6:00 pm start. PLEASE try to be on time.  We eat at 6:15 and our speakers
generally start at 7:00

Please bring a raw food dish of your choice to serve 8 people making sure to
review the guidelines for food below. 
*********** Guidelines for Food *********** 
Please prepare your dishes with raw, organic (at least pesticide/herbicide
free), vegetarian (vegan - no animal products) ingredients. Nothing cooked,
steamed, baked or otherwise heated above 105 degrees is appropriate for this
potluck. Dehydrated foods and dried fruits are fine as long as they have
been prepared within the temperature guideline above. Tofu and most seaweeds
are not raw foods. Please pay attention to what might go into your dish;
oils, vinegar, spices, it raw, healthy, etc. Could it be added
later at the potluck by those who want it? 
Some attendees have been on the raw path for 20+ years so we must adhere to
these seemingly strict guidelines. There are some wonderful raw foods
cookbooks available at the local health food stores for new ideas, or you
can go to for lots of great recipes. Beautiful leafy
greens and veggies presented in a wide variety of (raw) ways are always a
winner. Be creative, enjoy yourself and have fun! If in doubt - leave it
out! Call or email if you need ideas or have questions.

Now you can send your friends to <http://WWW.MARINRAWFOOD.COM>   for potluck

******* Plates and Silverware ******* 
Please bring your own plate and silverware. Not only is it ecologically
beneficial, it's a much more pleasing dining experience.
Directions: Aldersgate Church is in San Rafael, Marin County, California. It
sits on a hill overlooking Kaiser hospital. 
It can be reached by US Highway 101 north of San Francisco, exiting at
Freitas Parkway just north of the Marin County Civic center, a noted Frank
Lloyd Wright designed structure. Following Freitas Parkway west, turn left
on Las Gallinas, then right on Nova Albion Way. Turn right again on
Montecillo, passing Kaiser Hospital. Turn left on Trellis and left again at
the crest of the hill, which is Wellbrock Heights. Follow the street into
the parking area.  Map available at 

If you have questions about food choices, directions, or anything else you
may email or call Hugh at 
(415) 883-5201, or Melissa at (415) 609-5354

# Ignite Sat May 14 9pm- 4am 111 Townsend Pamper Pavilion massage area,
DJs on 2 floors, $15/20?

#  Ignite: dark energy Sat May 14 7:30pm-4:00am
$20 presale and door before 9:30, $25 after 9:30
A night of all-out Badness, Bass & Bliss... embrace your dark side
with DJs: Icon Benchun Samira Kraddy Mancub Raydeus Goyo (Uptempo Productions / Future Juju)
 Live performances by:
 Angelica Starr  Celeste Lear  Marvel Mix Tape Section  OR-IF-IS  Shakiban, DJ Pieter Rizen, and Bombgoddess  MissQ, Seeress & Xoetza 
 Fashion Show by:
Minerva, Eloesh, Craig McCollough, Nera Brent, Andrea Arujo, Jeremy Sanders
 Sound: S.P.A.Z ( Visuals: Recursion Videolab
Tickets, further info at
~Majority of Proceeds go to the Drawbridge Foundation and The IGNITE Organization - in support of the Arts in the Bay Area.~
Join us beforehand at 8pm
for a Special workshop on sensuality: "Embracing Your Darkside"
Brought to you by the Insight Institute
Arts Festivities Start promptly at 9pm
Artwork by: Victor Olinev, Yurik Riegel, Carey Thompson, Chris Foster and many more.
and featuring:
* Wine bar
* GoGo Dancers
* Face-Painting Station
* Silent Auction
* Pampering Pavillions
* Kissing Booth
* Spanking Booth (oh my!)
* Chill area
* Freaky People!
Ticket prices:
Presale thru Tues May 10th $15
After may 9th or at Door before 9:30pm $20
Door after 9:30pm $25
SF underground location
111 Townsend St btwn 2nd/3rd St.  SF    
# TEMPORARY WILD ZONE 14th, 15th and 16th-May 2005, VALENCIA NEAR THE VALENCIA CITY, IN MEDITERRANEAN COAST (SPAIN) ANTICIVILIZATION GATHERING. We think that there can be two kinds of debates in the morning. First a debate that should be introduced by someone involved in the issue debated, as a way to initiate the meeting. After a short break, a more general meeting to share ideas and experiences related to the issue that has been debated before. In the afternoon we should gather together to share and know experiences that are working already. Later, the practical workshops. May 14th:Morning: welcome and the first meeting to organize the programme or activities. Afternoon: debating the development policy. Hold by someone from the Itoiz or another big infrastructure. Practical workshops. May 15th:Morning: debating the action and the ways to act it. Hold by someone from the struggle against OMG. Afternoon: International relations. The introduction will be in charge to someone involved in supporting the Papua people or the Mapuches. Practical workshops. May 16th:Morning: the possibility of making an international ant civilization web. Afternoon: General meeting to exchange and share. Starting the farewell. And performance neo-luddite. We have already set up some of the practical workshops: making soap, cryptography without computers, applied botanic knowledge, mankala, organic agriculture, energetic crisis, actual applications to spearthrower. Vegetarian food, with a vegan option will be prepared, and we are going to need help for making it. You need to bring plate and fork. And because we are going to camp, you need to bring your tent and sleeping bag. The night time will be for personal relations and fun. MORE INFO WRITE TO

Sun May 15

# bay to breakers route:
Spear @ Howard -  SoWest on Howard - NoWest on 9th - West on Hayes - South on Divis - West on Fell into Golden Gate Park. - JFK drive all through the Northern area of GGPark to the Ocean.  Then folks tend to goto footstock @ PoloFields.

# Salmon run/breakfast and suit reservations Sun May 15 6:30 AM
 Bay to Breakers side of race about a mile in  Fulton between Fillmore and Webster 
 408 956-8643

# Sun May 15 Run or walk NAKED: 8am- all day
Naked party on beach afterward? on the beach, if we live in a free country.

# Naked people meet Sun May 15 @ 8am North Side of Hayes, @ Octavia, near Marlena's Tranny bar...
(note: hundreds of naked folk run or walk bay to breakers as groups, singles, couples, trios, quads, etc. so of course they meet or start in different places: some at the beginning, some in the middle as in this case)

# Footstock Featuring Gavin DeGraw Sunday, May 15 - 9:30 am to 2 pm
 Polo Fields, Golden Gate Park  FREE and open to the public
folks usually end up here after bay to breakers.

# the space cowboys will be having sound (though i don't know in what
capacity, really) at 505 divisidero (between hayes and fell).  this seems
like a good spot to meet cuz a) it involves breaks, b) it's after things
thin out a bit in the race, and c) it is most definitely *after* the hill.
they'll have music starting early, but i'm thinking we can meet up at 9
and then shortly thereafter head down towards the panhandle in the throng
of crazies.  i am aware that some of you may be *ending* a day at that
time rather than *starting* one--please come join us for a bit anywayze :)

# Spring Native Plant Sale   Sun May 15 10:00 AM
 The Watershed Nursery, specializing in native plants for habitat restoration, is having its Spring Plant Sale this coming Sunday, May 15, from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.  for details. Also included is a list of plants.

# Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA Film Festival

Support the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA at the 2nd Annual Pleiades
International Film Festival, highlighting short films from around the
world. This year, the festival takes place at theaters in both Palo
Alto and San Francisco. The San Francisco screening at the legendary
Bridge Theater will include wine, snacks and a raffle. The Lavanda
Restaurant and Wine Bar hosts the Palo Alto screening, and will
include wine, snacks, a raffle, and optional dinner and silent

What: Pleiades International Film Festival to benefit the Peninsula
Humane Society & SPCA
Where: The Bridge Theater, 3010 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco.  for directions
When: Sunday, May 15, starting at 12:00 noon. for schedule and to purchase tickets

# 3pm For the Kids, A NextAid Benefit, May 15 In loving memory of Wert Terry
 In the long-heralded San Francisco tradition of supporting worthy causes, the house music community is responding to such shocking statistics as the fact that 95% of the 15 million children orphaned by AIDS are living in Africa, and is joining forces to make a difference around the world. This same community united last year in the first “For the Kids” which was inspired by “For the Love” (2002), an unprecedented community event that raised money to help Wert Terry, a beloved member of the community, in his fight against cancer and towards his daughter’s education.
 This year’s “For the Kids” is presented by: Grayhound, Om Records, DJ Adnan, Dax Presents, Sunset/Pacific Sound, Raindance, Green Gorilla, Nitevibe, DJ Seven, Tweakin', Anon Salon, Opel Productions, Spundae, Cloud Factory, staplemusic, NorcalDJMPA, and SFbyDEF.
 Artists include: Miguel Migs, Jeno, Garth, MRK aka Markie Mark, Ellen Ferrato, Adnan, Andy Caldwell, Rick Preston, M3, Little John, Tracy, Galen, Solar, Joshua, Monty Luke, TK Disko, Fluid, Late Night Sneaky (live), Antonio, DJ Seven, Nikola, Fil Latorre, and DJ D.R.E.
 With support from: YBR Promotions,, flavorpill,, * The Big Love Show * on 90.1FM KZSU Stanford, UrbanGroove, Hope for Africa,
 Café Cocomo
 650 Indiana St. (Indiana @ Mariposa)
 Healthy Food & BBQ
 Full Bar
 21 + over
Come early for 3 PM set-times with Rick Preston and Miguel Migs!
 Sound by Funktion-One and Cloud Factory
 Zone-AV state-of-the-art, live video mixing and projections
Silent Auction & Raffle
 Global Village/Bazaar
 MC Spider from Psychokinetics (Bay Area Hip Hop)
 Cover: $5 b4 3pm, $10 b4 7pm, $15 after 7pm
 NextAid is a Los Angeles based non-profit organization dedicated to creating sustainable solutions for African children orphaned as a result of AIDS. By partnering with other organizations in the production of music benefits and awareness-raising activities, NextAid channels emergency and long-term aid to African children in need. Proceeds from the event will go towards the building of an earth-friendly multi-purpose center for Youth for a Vision, a non-profit organization comprised of teens mostly orphaned by AIDS who use theater and music to teach AIDS awareness to their peers, literally saving lives.  This center will serve as a template for future centers throughout Africa. One of the center’s buildings will be named after Wert Terry.

# Fred Burks' Fascinating Journey Sunday, May 15
3pm Friends House 7pm Christ Church UMC, Santa Rosa

Dear Santa Rosa friends, My son Fred Burks has become somewhat of a celebrity through his website on government cover-ups and the living of his values, resulting in a long front page article in the Wall Street Journal February 22 (viewable at his website

He will be speaking in Santa Rosa Sunday May 15 at 3pm in Friends House and 7pm at Christ Church United Methodist (Yulupa off Hoen). His subject is described below and a second email will include a chronology of his interpreting experiences from March 1995 to November 2004 when he terminated his contract with the State Department largely due to a new secrecy clause he would have been required to sign.

Fred has served as State Department interpreter (Indonesian language) for President Bill Clinton and VP Al Gore, Secretary of State Albright, Indonesian President Megawati, World Bank President Wolfenson, Asst. Sec of Defense Wolfowitz, and President George W. Bush (several times), among many others.

Feel free to publicize these talks and invite folks from the Peace and Justice Center, ACLU, the Santa Rosa Interfaith Ministerial Association, the Santa Rosa Bill of Rights Defense Committee, Sierra Club, and others to come on Sunday the 15th at one of the two times. Hope to see you on the 15th.

Best regards,
Paul Burks
United Methodist Minister (retired)
Friends House Resident
684 Benicia Drive #7
Santa Rosa, CA 95409
Fred Burks is the son of Methodist minister Paul Burks and a former presidential interpreter. Fred will discuss his fascinating journey up the ranks of the US Department of State as an Indonesian language interpreter. Starting from his first assignment in 1986 to his resignation last November because of excessive secrecy requirements, he will discuss some of the unusual things he has seen in secret meetings. He will also share how making the important decision to reveal these secrets eventually ended in a front page article on him in the Wall Street Journal this past February.

Fred's deepest commitments are to what's best for all and to opening to divine guidance in all things. He manages several websites which are listed below: - Every person in the world has a heart - Revealing major cover-ups & working together for the good of all - Building a Global Community for All - Strengthening the Web of Love that interconnects us all

Through these websites, Fred is now working with a large network of researchers and love workers around the planet to promote personal and global transformation through love and empowerment. He has no doubt that by all working together, we are building a brighter future for ourselves and our children.
Learn more about Redwoods, privatization, globalization: 

Over the last 25 years, filmmaker Hardy Jones has spent more time with
dolphins than almost any other person. IDA has been a proud supporter
of his work documenting dolphin slaughter in Japan, where thousands of
dolphins are mercilessly slaughtered or captured for theme parks every
year. His latest documentary, "The Dolphin Defender," tells the story
of his personal crusade to protect these magnificent creatures from
the greatest threat to their lives: human beings. See this fascinating
and inspiring film for yourself when it airs on KQED, Channel 9, this
Sunday, May 15 at 8:00 p.m. If you can't see it then, click here  for a schedule of encore presentations on
KQED. To learn more about Hardy Jones and his efforts to save marine
mammals, visit

After you see "The Dolphin Defender," be sure to call (415) 553-2135
and leave a recorded message letting KQED know how much you enjoyed
the program. This will go a long way towards getting more great shows
about animals on the air.

Mon May 16



Monday, May 16th, 2 PM
Rally outside Westin St. Francis Hotel (Union Square - 335 Powell @ Geary)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
CACI International, a private corporation, provided many of the
interrogators at Abu Ghraib prison. Its employees were directly
implicated in the torture scandal. But CACI has faced no consequences so
far. Not one of its employees has been prosecuted, its contract for
"intelligence services" in Iraq was renewed last August, and it
earned over $1 billion in revenue last year - 95% of it from your tax
dollars. Plus, CACI continues to do business undisturbed in San
Francisco and dozens of other cities around the U.S.

This Monday, May 16th, CACI's vice president and other top executives will
be in town to present at an investors' conference at the Westin St.
Francis Hotel. Come help us confront CACI's directors and clients about
their involvement in torture and launch a campaign to shut down CACI's San
Francisco office.

Tell CACI: torturers are NOT WELCOME in our community!
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Come to an
Saturday, May 14th at 1 PM
St. Boniface Church (133 Golden Gate St. between Leavenworth and Jones, by
Civic Center BART)
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
FOR MORE INFORMATION and to get involved, email, call Sarah at 510-472-8476, or come to the
planning meeting/art build on Saturday (details above).

# May 16 Monday Hoop Dance Fitness workshop at Curves Financial District (SF)**
 Class from 4:30-5:30pm, hoop sale from 5:30-5:45. Come tone your core with a targeted fitness class that focuses on fat burning with high energy supercharged hula hooping! Pre-registration is encouraged. $15 prepaid holds your space, space is limited. 425 Battery cross street with Clay. 94111. To register call (415) 391-7418. A block from the Embarcadero.

# "Bleep Happens" short film festival (Marin) Mon May 16 7:00 PM
 California Film Institute / Rafael Theater  38 Miller Avenue Suite 6 
Mill Valley, CA  (415) 461-6771 
"Bleep Happens" is a film festival presented by Marin Brain Injury Network / Larkspur Center, an amazing grassroots organization. They offer expressive art therapies, job training and other rehabilitative activities for adult survivors of acquired brain injury (car accident, stroke, domestic violence, etc.). Program participants have shared some of their creative work at poetry readings and gallery exhibits. Now they're presenting a short film festival. Please tell your friends and come! 
A festival of 5 short films written and produced by Larkspur Center program participants 
Reception Following at Bank of Marin 

# Mon May 16 7:30 PM Join us every first and third Monday at 7:30 pm to drum, sing, dance and play music around the fire. All musical instruments are welcome. Fire spinning / poi is very much encouraged as well. The LaunchPad is at 3833 Martin Luther King, Jr Way (@ MacArthur Blvd) in northwest Oakland. It's one block west of MacArthur BART station.

#       2005-05-16 8PM
There's a new community fire drum circle, music, and fire spinning night at the LaunchPad in NW Oakland.   Everyone is welcome.  Bring good vibes and musical instruments!  There's always a fire going, unless it's raining.  Festivities begin around dusk and usually continue until midnight.  The LaunchPad is located at the NW corner of MacArthur and Martin Luther King jr Way in NW Oakland, just west of the MacArthur BART station.  Intelligent conversation about music, paganism, anarchism, and anything else is very much encouraged! 

Tue May 17

in honor of the historic Brown v. Board of Education
verdict on May 17,1954. A growing tide of youth,
educators, parents, union members, and community
organizations are calling for an end to the
destructive takeover of the Oakland schools.

Schedule of Events (all events are within a few block radius of 12th
Street BART in Downtown Oakland)
Noon -1 p.m.:Rally at Frank Ogawa Plaza (at City Hall, 14th and Broadway)
1 p.m.-4 p.m.:Student-led teach-ins, First Unitarian
Church,14th and Castro streets
4 p.m.-6:30 p.m.:Major rally, the State
Building,1 5th and Clay streets

For information on the May 17 events, including curriculum for your
classroom visit
For articles on the destructive effects of the State Takeover:

# WOMEN: So you want to work in Politics? Tue May 17 6:00 to 7:30pm 
 So you want to work in Politics? Join the Young Women's Task Force of the National Women's Political Caucus-Alameda North Chapter In a Panel-Led discussion on How to Get Involved in Politics & Network with poltically minded and Active young women. 
 "Building Bridges" Room (2nd Floor) 
Oakland City Hall 
One Frank Ogawa Plaza (Between 14th and 15th Streets @ Clay) 

Marla Harvey, Political Organizer 
Katie McCall, advocate for nonprofit organization 
Rachel Weinstein, staff for elected official 
PeiPei Carol Yu, NWPC, Moderator 
Young women elected officials invited. 

Light refreshments will be served. All are welcome!  FREE EVENT! 
For more info contact PeiPei Yu at : yupeipei@ g mail dot com 
Vanderkitten  "Clothes for women who kick-ass!"  Oakland, Ca

# Independant Media in a Time of War Free Film  Tue May 17 6:30 PM
 Red Victorian Peace Cafe  1665 Haight  415-637-4383 
 FREE FILMS ($5 suggested donation but no one turned away) 
 Conversation at 6:30 pm. Film starts at 7 pm 

Tuesday May 17th- 
 Independent Media in a Time of War- Documentary 29 minutes 
Amy Goodman observes how the US media in wartime fails to uphold it’s important democratic duties. According to Noam Chomsky, “In order for democracy to be ‘democratic’ the media has to fulfill two functions: 
1) The media must report the news fairly, completely, and without bias. 
2) The media must function as a watchdog for the public against abuses of power.” 
 As good man reminds us throughout the video, the media, has failed to provide accurate, unbiased information to the citizens about the actions and policies of the current administration’s war on Iraq. Goodman untangles the role of the media in reporting complex wartime events and provides a context in which to think about their role when she asks, “If this were state media, how would it be any different?” Goodman advocates for independent media and their role in providing an alternative to the “corporate lens” through which we view the important democratic tradition of debate and dissent in times of war. 
Voices Against War; F-15 NYC- Documentary21:43 minutes 
“Voices against War” is a documentary chronicling the experiences of citizens who took to the streets in Manhattan in union with millions of people around the world on February 15, 2003 in a day called the “The World Says No to War” By the end of the weekend, demonstrations had been held in more than 600 cities across the world. Organizers have called “The world Says NO to War” possibly the largest day of protest in the history of the world. Major cities across the world reported crowds ranging from 60,000 to 1,500,00 filling the streets to protest the war in Iraq. 

Friday-May 20th 
PEACE ONE DAY -80 minutes documentary 
is the story of one man’s attempts to persuade the global community via the United Nations to officially sanction a global ceasefire day; a day of non-violence; a day of Peace. 

This documentary charts the remarkable 5-year journey of the filmmaker as he meets heads of state, Noble Peace Laureates, aid agencies, freedom fighters, media moguls, the innocent victims of war and, eventually, everyone who was anyone at the UN. 

An individual genuinely can make a difference: The UN International Day of Peace is now fixed in the calendar on 21st September annually. The real challenge has now begun - to get the world to unite on a day fast approaching. 

Visit to learn more or to organize more local screenings email below 

# YLEM Forum: ARCHIMEDIA from Australia
Tues, May 17, 7:30 pm
McBean Theater, Exploratorium
3501 Lyon St., San Francisco, CA 94123
FREE, Open to the public and wheelchair accessible
Sponsored by YLEM: Artists Using Science and Technology

Contact: Trudy Myrrh Reagan,, 650-856-9593
Full information at:

Molly Hankwitz and David Cox of Archimedia are here from Australia to present a formidable body of work, the result of a design and research collaboration that started in 1998. Using film and architecture, Archimedia uniquely interprets the overlap between digital media and architectural, public spaces in its lectures, performances and presentations. “Cities of the future,” “blobchitecture,” surveillance, hackers and “spaces of command and control” are some of the themes to be explored.

In their ongoing experiments in “Urban Strechnology” (the study of the street) they have come up with a “Tool Kit” for micro broadcasting. Their 15-minute infomercial boasts about it.

We’ll also experience “Ambient Unities,” a sound collage in which audio tracks, networked sounds, film sound tracks, Napster and live mix have been employed to comment on the modern city in film and political culture.

As well, they have experiments to show about “laptop cinema” and the small screen, which consisted of the screening and trading of cinema in public places during a series of workshops they gave. They’ll show a short film made on a wrist cam.

The Archimedia study, “Lost Cities/Spaces of Command and Control,” looks at our 9/11 anxiety in relation to cities, fortress structures and networked culture. We’ll see excerpts of it. Finally, “Space of Command and Control” looks at the Panopticon (they see all you do, you can’t see them). 

These will be followed by a discussion of your 21st century survival tools: “diy” navigation and personalized augmented reality.

 Archimedia is David Cox, Melbournian digital media artist and award winning filmmaker and Molly Hankwitz, media artist, net and new media writer. They have presented at Artspace, (Sydney),Other Cinema, Artists Television Access, Gallery 21, Royal Institute of Melbourne, Brisbane Powerhouse, Metro Arts, ThisIsNotArt, and Straight Out of Brisbane festivals.									 

Thur May 19

# May 19, Independent Arts & Media presents ... 

"KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: Internet Privacy in the Workplace" 

   A conversation led by Seth Schoen 
   Chief Technologist, Electronic Frontier Foundation

   THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2005
   12 noon * Bring your lunch!
   CounterPULSE, 1310 Mission Street (x 9th St.), SF
   FREE ($3 donation requested by CounterPULSE)
   RSVP -- space is limited!:
   Reply to this email or send a note to: diy @ artsandmedia . net


   -- If you write a personal email at work, who owns the words? 

   -- If you browse the Internet during your lunch hour, who's 
      tracking your online travels? 

   -- If you write about your job in a personal online journal or 
      blog, can your thoughts be held against you? 

   Join Seth Schoen of the Electronic Frontier Foundation for a 
   brown-bag lunch and discussion of electronic and Internet 
   privacy in today's wired workplace.

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   Independent Arts & Media is excited to debut a monthly dialog 
   series at the new CounterPULSE space in San Francisco. It's called
   "Lunchtime Liberties," a participatory forum for learning about -- 
   and defending -- your civil rights. 

   Every third Thursday we'll be featuring a different guest speaker 
   on diverse issues of liberty and freedom in wartime America. Bring 
   your brown-bag lunch and a handful of burning questions, and join 
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# Halting Cultural and Environmental Destruction: Lessons from Little Tibet
Thurs May 19, 7-9pm at the Berkeley Ecology Center
2530 San Pablo Ave. @ Dwight

# The next Marin Peace & Justice Coalition Animal Rights Committee meeting will be Thu May 19 7:00PM-9:00PM 309 Kent Avenue Kentfield, CA 94904 AGENDA € Lark Creek Inn Foi Gras Protest € Field Trip to Animal Place, May 21 € Mill Valley Memorial Day Parade, May 30 € Fairfax EcoFest Table, June 4-5 € Letter writing € AB 1685 update € Genetic Savings & Clone, Sausalito Please bring a vegan treat to share. Call 415-459-1149 with questions. Animal Rights Committee Marin Peace & Justice Coalition ^..^< For events: Please see yahoogroups message archives and calendar at

Bay Area Animal Rights Network: to subscribe, send a blank email to:

# Healing Ourselves and the World Thu May 19 7:00 PM
 School for Self-Healing  2218 48th Avenue, near Rivera 
SF  A Free Mini-Workshop and Talk 
Do you want to help heal the world? In these turbulent and 
challenging times, it is so important that we live with wholeness and integrity. Who you are is the greatest gift you give to the world. Engage with your Inner Healer and Visionary through movement and visualization. Together, we will embark on a personal exploration and connect with others who are also on this journey.

# The San Francisco Organizing Committee working to start a Hands Off 
Venezuela chapter in SF will have its inaugural meeting on May 19.
 7:00 PM (doors open 6:30) Thursday, May 19, Cultural Center 
New College of California 766 Valencia Street (Between 18th and 19th St.)   San Francisco, CA
 For More Information Call: Adam Richmond, 415-864-3537

#  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

Fri May 20

# ANON SALON pontificates and delivers one
INFALLI-BULL RIDE It's a rope-a-pope rodeo!
Be the grand wazoo of your own religion!
FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2005 Knot Saturday, right?  -

# 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

# Calling all bass freaks to the woods for a romping, stomping, dancing, chilling, 
swimming, hiking, learning, sharing, swinging from the trees good time!!

Please go to for updated information and directions.

Raindance Campout May 20th-22nd
Raindance and family are putting together an event unlike anything we have ever done before and we invite you be a part of it. 
This event is in the spirit of Fun, coexistence, sustainable living, recharging your spiritual batteries, experiencing nature, and of course dancing our asses off.

This event will be held at Cutter Reservation, a 300-acre scout reservation and campground in the mountains near Big Basin Redwood Park.
There is more than enough camping room for everyone, however parking is somewhat limited
so please carpool as much as possible. Some of the camping spots you can drive to and some are a short hike. There are bathrooms at all the campgrounds and even a couple of showers near the pool.

Amenities of this magical place include, but not limited to: 
?	A large Pool to swim in complete with djs for our Sat afternoon pool party. 
?	A small lake with access to canoes to paddle around and enjoy the beauty of it all. 
?	Endless hiking with many cool areas to check out. 
?	A healing zone with local practitioners. 
?	A remote (hike to) stage where you can put on your own acoustic show of any sort. (this is the perfect spot to watch the sunset!!) So if you are a musician - bring your instruments!! 
?	There are a number of tents (40 or so) that are pre existing they can be used on a first come basis. They have two cots in each one, no flame is allowed in these tents.

- Now as for the lineup -

Hamsa Lila (as if they need an introduction)
Goddess of Funk
Brother (13 Moon Tribe) 
OOAh (laba) 
Random Rab 
Adam Ohana (Get Freaky) 
Adnan (LushCamp, Forward) 
Alia (13 Moon Tribe) 
Mozaic (13 Moon Tribe)
CB (Yoga Tai Chi) 
Moon Doggy (Yoga Tai Chi
Shawna (Apsara, El Circo )
Chris Sia (IK , El Circo)
Timonkey (With live Keyboards and DJ Blink on the scratch)
Rob Monroy (Raindance )
Stridah (13 Moon Tribe )
Boreta ( Meta )

Visionary forums 
On Sat afternoon we will be hosting a variety of discussions with visionaries who are experts in various realms.
Each talk will be about 15min with a short question and answer following.
Some of the topics and guests are:
* * * * *
Dominic Allamano ~ In My Village - An exploration of the subtle dynamics of personal 
and cultural transformation
Beaudha -Modeling the Ecotopian Fabric (Sustainability)
Casy James: Eco Domes ( Bio friendly dome communities)
Tyler - Whole Food Pharmacy
Rowan -Vegi Oil Fuel and conversions
Silvia Skefich - Local Santa Cruz Cranial Sacral Therapist and Chiropractor 
Carrie Anderson- Local Santa Cruz Herb Identification Walk
more on the web site as it is added 

tickets available at Streetlight records in Santa Cruz / Distractions on Haight St. or online for more information on tickets, performers, line-up, speakers, amenities, photos of the grounds, and much much more!!
See you there!!

Sat May 21

# Proctor & Gamble Global Day of Action

IDA has been boycotting Procter & Gamble (P&G) since 1989 because they
blind, burn, maim and kill thousands of animals each year in product
tests that are cruel, outdated and not required by law. While P&G
claims to lead the industry in developing alternatives to animal
testing, they continue to test products on animals even while hundreds
of other companies have stopped.

IDA sponsors a Global Day of Action Against P&G each year to focus
attention on their cruelty and hypocrisy. Last year over 140 boycott
P&G events took place all over the world - from Auckland to Aberdeen -
making it one of the largest days of action of its kind in the world.
This year's event takes place on Saturday, May 21st, and we hope
you'll join us by organizing or participating in an event.

There are plenty of ways to get involved, from staging a protest
outside of a P&G facility or a store that sells P&G products to
organizing a P&G product return in your community. Contact IDA at
(415) 388-9641 or for brochures and other materials to
distribute. For information about how P&G tortures animals and more
ways that you can make a difference, visit

# Saturday, May 21, the Bay Area Vegetarians will host 3 back-to-back fun and important SF events:  KFC protest, Shangri-La lunch, Red Vic letter writing party with a presentation by Nora on effective letter writing.  You're welcome to come to one, a combination, or all of them.
From 12 noon to 1 pm, we'll protest at KFC, 1900 Irving St (at 18th/19th Ave).  Make a statement for the chickens and against KFC's cruelty!  Here's the link to this event:
From 1:15 to 2:30 pm, we'll have lunch at Shangri-La (right down the street from the KFC), at 2026 Irving St (at 21st Ave).  Shangri-La is a delicious, healthy, and reasonably priced all vegetarian, almost all vegan Chinese restaurant.  Here's the link to this event:
And here's the BAV Ultimate Guide link for Shangri-La:
From 3 - 5 pm, we'll have the letter writing party at the Red Vic (which is easy to get to on public transportation from Shangri-La, and folks are welcome to head over with me).  At the letter writing parties, we write letters to politicians and businesses on a variety of issues related to animals.  The link to the letter writing party, which describes it and how to get to the Red Vic, is here: Event location: Red Victorian Peace Center, 1665 Haight Street, corner of Cole. SF
Also, from 3 - 3:30, Nora will be doing a mini-workshop on letter writing at the Red Vic.  Nora's had letters published in leading national newspapers and magazines, and this is a great opportunity for people who want to speak up for animals, but would appreciate some guidance from someone experienced in writing letters.  Nora will also stick around and be available to answer questions for the rest of the letter writing party.  Here's the link about Nora's presentation:

# ECO-A-GO-GO benefit show 

Live Music, Local Microbrews, & BBQ
plus Film Projections, a Raffle, and Green Vendors! 

Saturday, May 21st 2005
 5 pm to 10 pm
 Corte Madera Recreation Center
 498 Tamalpais Dr, Corte Madera, CA

Band Schedule:
5:00-6:00pm > Bohemian Knuckleboogie
 6:30-7:30pm > Otis Scarecroe & friends
 8:00-10:00pm > Spark N Cinder

 Beach Chalet, Broken Drum Brewery and Grill, 
 Iron Springs Pub and Brewery, Lagunitas Brewing Company,
Magnolia Pub and Brewery, San Francisco Brewing Company

Tickets are $20 through May 16th and $25 thereafter. or call 415-383-0484

#  KFOG Kaboom on Sat. May 21 pier 30/32 FREE
5:30-10pm nightime fireworks + bands + food and bev vending

# Come help us at KFOG Kaboom Saturday May 21st!
 Volunteering Made Easy Looking for a new way to meet really cool people? 

 Volunteering with One Brick provides lots of fun opportunities to meet new people and give a little back to the community at the same time! We organize large projects where our volunteers can work together, socialize, and network, while doing good for the community.

 Come out and join us!  Here's an upcoming event you might be interested in...

What:   KFOG Kaboom (SF) - Shift 2 (5:30-10pm)
When:  Saturday, May 21, 2005 - 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM
Where:  Piers 30/32 - Embarcadero at Brannan, San Francisco
RSVP:  Click Here

 One Brick ( is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides support to other local non-profit and community organizations by creating a unique, social and flexible volunteer environment for those interested in making a concrete difference in the community. This enables people to get involved, have an impact and have fun, without the requirements of individual long-term commitments.

 Here's a little more information about the upcoming event:

Come join us at this awesome event! This year, not only will we be providing volunteer support, but one Brick will also be a beneficiary of the event! 

A favorite annual tradition in the Bay Area, this free event, featuring a concert with The Wallflowers, the John Butler Trio and Kathleen Edwards, is topped off with one of the best fireworks displays in the country. The gigantic fireworks show over the Bay will explode in harmony with a soundtrack broadcast on KFOG at 104.5FM and 97.7FM.

Join One Brick as we help to support this fun community event by checking IDs for alcohol beverage sales, pouring beer, staffing a One Brick information booth, and helping to monitor recycling bins to ensure proper separation of recyclable items. Come early and enjoy the free music and then join us to help out for the rest of the evening.

Other Event Info:
Please, do not attempt to drive to this event. Parking is limited and traffic leading to and from the event is a total nightmare! Please take public transportation, bicycle, or walk. 

Monitored bicycle parking will be made available, and there will be some parking available - on a first come, first serve basis - north of Piers 30/32 in front of Rincon Park (along the Embarcadero between Folsom & Howard Streets). 

Otherwise, please utilize public transportation as suggested below.

View  more information  about this event at: 

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

# Looking for something to do after Shine, Saturday, May 21st?
Sat MAY 21 Dim Sum presents:
 - Noah Pred - [hybrid set: live + dj]
Metapath / Sentient Sound 
Vancouver, Canada

- SirNod (Cloud Factory)
- Skedache (Ataraxia)
- Pablo Kang (Ataraxia) 
- Forest Green (Dim Sum, Sister, CF, FnF)

Live Art by karamarie and Fabbri

$5 donation

@ The Drum Machine Loft
142 Taylor St.
(btw. Turk and Eddy)
San Francisco, CA 94102-2803

Sun May 22

# Rainbow Grocery Block Party - live music, food, clowns prizes - SOMA Sun May 22 12:00 pm - 6:00 pmAuthor:Type:Appointment Location:Trainor Alley between 13th and 14th street adjacent to Rainbow GroceryRainbow Shoppers, Come celebrate Customer Appreciation Day and block party with us on Sunday, May 22nd, from 12pm to 6pm on Trainor Alley between 13th and 14th street adjacent to Rainbow Grocery. There will be live music, prizes, food, face painting, clowns & fun, bring your & family & friends!!! Folsom @ 13th St. (Division)

# Sun May 22nd, 3-5 pm War Tax Resistance Information & Support Gathering
 Come share your questions, struggles, dreams and strategies with others who refuse to pay taxes for U.S. militarism at our monthly potluck.  Newcomers welcome!
 3 pm - Support for ongoing resisters
 4 pm - Basic Info. on War Tax Resistance
733 Baker St. @ McAllister SF (near #5 & #33 MUNI lines)
 (510) 843-9877      Potluck    Free

Half of our federal income taxes are being used for war. 
 Find out about a variety of ways to respond.  Topics will include:
     Creative legal protests
     Refusing to pay all or part of federal taxes and the possible consequences of this form of 
       civil disobedience
     Redirecting resisted taxes to local alternative funds and/or community organizations
     Local support networks for war tax resisters
 Northern California War Tax Resistance
 (510) 843-9877
Thank you for working for peace! 

# 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,May 22th @ 4PM at the Center for Sex & Culture 398 11th St. @ Harrison St.
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.

# East Bay Animal Advocates Birthday Fundraiser
 Sun May 22 6 PM Fellini, 1401 University Avenue, Berkeley
 Over a delicious Italian vegan dinner, celebrate East Bay Animal Advocates' second anniversary. Donations will be gladly accepted.
Proceeds go towards EBAA's education and rescue work for animals.
 Please RSVP to (925) 487-4419 or
 For events:    Please see yahoogroups message archives and calendar at 

# 2005 World Social Forum Report Back by Global Exchange members and others who went to Porto Alegre, Brazil: Michael & PhoeBe sorgen, Sally Wright, mor
 Sun May 22, 7pm Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists' Hall
 1924 Cedar Street at Bonita $5

In partnership with the United Nations World
Environment Day 2005

The Natural World Museum (NWM) invites enthusiastic
volunteers to join the global sustainability movement
by participating in Art into Action, five days (June
1-5) of exhibitions and events exploring the fusion of
art and environmental conservation.  Presented by NWM
and UNEP, Art into Action explores art as a powerful
way to inspire sustainable culture during the United
Nation's Environmental Day festivities .  Volunteer opportunities
from May 22 - June 8, 2005 at the Festival Pavilion
(50,000 sq. ft.) at the Fort Mason Center, SF.

In exchange for their time all volunteers will receive
admission to Natural World Museum's Art into Action
exhibition and some of its events (see for programming details).

If possible, we encourage volunteers to sign up for
more than 1 shift.

May 22   May 31 
8am  midnight 
4 to 8 hour shifts
  Runners with vehicles to pick up supplies,
in-kind donations, equipment, etc.
  Set-up assistants to help arrange furniture, set
up bar, post signage, create resource reclamation
sites (recycling/composting), etc.

"Please contact Connie at or 415-378-4097"

Mon May 23

#       2005-05-23 8 PM
There's a new community fire drum circle, music, and fire spinning night at the LaunchPad in NW Oakland.   Everyone is welcome.  Bring good vibes and musical instruments!  There's always a fire going, unless it's raining.  Festivities begin around dusk and usually continue until midnight.  The LaunchPad is located at the NW corner of MacArthur and Martin Luther King jr Way in NW Oakland, just west of the MacArthur BART station.  Intelligent conversation about music, paganism, anarchism, and anything else is very much encouraged! 

# Enviro Health Lobby Days, May 23-24, Sacramento Breast Cancer Action 55 New Montgomery, Ste. 323, SF, CA 94105

Tue May 24

# 9-11-01 Truth Movement,  United States Defense Department Agent McNiven
aka "Grillfire" is schedualed to be on PAX TV's show "Lie
Detector" on May 24,2005.
911 - inside job.   Demand investigation! - - - - -  -


# Carnaval 5/28/05-5/29/05; San Francisco's version of Mardi Gras; featuring exotic carnival dancers with a mixture of Latino, jazz, samba, Caribbean, and more; Harrison Street between16th and 22nd Streets;

# Carnaval Grand Parade Sun May 29 9:30am Starts at 24th & Bryant St., West to Mission, north to 17th, East to Harrison Festival between 23 and 15th St. Festival 10am-6pm.

 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

#       2005-05-30 8PM
There's a new community fire drum circle, music, and fire spinning night at the LaunchPad in NW Oakland.   Everyone is welcome.  Bring good vibes and musical instruments!  There's always a fire going, unless it's raining.  Festivities begin around dusk and usually continue until midnight.  The LaunchPad is located at the NW corner of MacArthur and Martin Luther King jr Way in NW Oakland, just west of the MacArthur BART station.  Intelligent conversation about music, paganism, anarchism, and anything else is very much encouraged! 

# 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

 Oakland A's Coliseum, Staircase Connecting the Oakland Bart to the Coliseum Pedestrian Overpass
 The Coliseum is the home to the veggie dog & other healthy goodies. Advocates will distribute ballpark vegetarian guides. 

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 # INTERN / VOLUNTEER POSITIONS FOR THE NATURAL WORLD MUSEUM
In partnership with the United Nations World
Environment Day 2005 .  Volunteer opportunities
from May 22 - June 8, 2005 at the Festival Pavilion
(50,000 sq. ft.) at the Fort Mason Center, SF.

In exchange for their time all volunteers will receive
admission to Natural World Museum's Art into Action
exhibition and some of its events (see for programming details).
To volunteer Please contact Connie at or 415-378-4097

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:

 UN World Environment Day  June 1-5 2005 Fort Mason Festival Pavilion SF
Come together to celebrate the United Nations
World Environment Day 2005 in San Francisco.

Join us for a  world class environmental art exhibition 
and a series of events highlighting world leaders in 
the fields of art, conservation, education, science, 
and green business.  

Art Into Action is a 5 day program that promotes the 
fusion of art and the environment for powerful social 
change.  Special guests include Al Gore, Daryl Hannah, 
Francine Cousteau, Joanna Macy, Mike Fay, Randy Hayes, 
and many more...

Urban Jungle is our innovative art exhibition that includes 
installations by National Geographic, Conservation 
International, Canon, the California Academy of Sciences 
and over 25 environmental artists from around the world!

  June 1- 5 2005 10am - 5pm Fort Mason Center, SF
................ UNITE IN GREEN ! ....................

# Public Citizen invites you to attend Celebrating Water Democracy, a
unique and exciting event for UN World Environment Day in San Francisco!

* Bring your friends, coworkers, and fellow organization members!
* Distribute this email widely!
* RSVP if you would like to attend.
* Click on the link below for a flyer. Post and distribute.

Celebrating Water Democracy
Community Speak-out for a Global Treaty on the Human Right to Water

United Nations World Environment Day 2005 
June 2nd, 2005, 2:30- 4:30PM @ The Metreon, San Francisco 

From Bolivia to Bayview-Hunter's Point, from Ghana to Alpaugh in
California's Central Valley, communities are organizing for the right to
safe and affordable water. This basic human right is being threatened by
privatization, pollution, industrial agriculture and environmental
racism, among many other injustices. 

Celebrating Water Democracy! seeks to advance World Environment Day
2005 Accord Goal 7 on water, particularly Action 21, by creating a space
for open and critical dialogue that encourages collaborative
partnerships among those who are working to ensure the right to clean
and affordable water.  This event will promote participatory and
environmentally sustainable models of water management as well as
highlight innovative community-led public partnerships.

Community representatives will provide testimony to a panel of water
rights experts in support of a new global initiative calling for a UN
Convention on the Right to Water. This legally-binding framework
promoting the human right to water would take precedence over
international trade laws that grant corporations rights to commodify and
privatize water/water utilities.  It would also give communities a
powerful tool to hold their governments accountable for providing safe
water for all. For more information on this global effort please see and

COLLABORATING  ORGANIZATIONS: Public Citizen's Water for All, Ghana
National Coalition Against Privatization of Water, International Working
Group on the Convention on the Right to Water, Communities for A Better
Alpaugh, African International Mission, Hesperian Foundation, Ella Baker
Center for Human Rights, Women of Africa, Alliance for Democracy,
Environmental Justice Coalition for Water, National Wildlife Federation
and others.

# 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

#  6/5/05 Sun 3-5pm California Animal Agriculture: Facts & Fallacies

This month Christine Morrissey, director of East Bay Animal Advocates, joins us to examine  how Californians impact the lives of humans and animals, and the environment, every time a meat or dairy product is purchased. 

 Morrissey has conducted investigative rescues at egg, turkey, dairy and broiler farms in California's Central Valley. EBAA's Free Range and Dairy Investigations will be examined in detail. Attendees will get the opportunity to observe the unfiltered plight of animals in agriculture.
 Light refreshments will be served. This presentation is part of the Compassionate Living program, which examines issues related to vegetarianism, animal rights, and being an advocate for a more compassionate lifestyle via discussions, films, and speakers.  Admission is free. Donations welcome to support the Compassionate Living program.

What:  California Animal Agriculture: Facts & Fallacies
Where: SF (Mission) - Cellspace, 2050 Bryant Street 
When:  6/5/05 Sunday, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost: Free  Full Details: 

# Mon June 6 7:30 PM Join us every first and third Monday at 7:30 pm to drum, sing, dance and play music around the fire. All musical instruments are welcome. Fire spinning / poi is very much encouraged as well. The LaunchPad is at 3833 Martin Luther King, Jr Way (@ MacArthur Blvd) in northwest Oakland. It's one block west of MacArthur BART station.

# 1st Thursday Art receptions; 20 galeries in a 5 story building.
49 Geary @ Market and 3rd. 5:30-7:30pm FREE! (free paper too)

DO NOT MISS David Maisel aerial photos, true color, of lakes and mine tailings,
mineral and metal collection ponds. Haines Gallery, 5th floor.

# 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.

# Mon May 2 7:30 PM Join us every first and third Monday at 7:30 pm to drum, sing, dance and play music around the fire. All musical instruments are welcome. Fire spinning / poi is very much encouraged as well. The LaunchPad is at 3833 Martin Luther King, Jr Way (@ MacArthur Blvd) in northwest Oakland. It's one block west of MacArthur BART station.

#   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

# SF DYKE MARCH 2005 Sat June 25 
"Dykes Across Borders - We Won't Be Divided"
 Rally and Stage Show - Dolores Park 3:00 p.m. 
 March leaving Dolores Park 7:00 p.m.
 A march for all dykes and all women.
Men are asked to stand and support us from the sidelines.
E-mail the SF Dyke March

# Sun Jun 26
 Pride Celebration begins Noon on Saturday, June 25, in Civic Center Plaza, and runs until 6 PM. On Sunday, June 26, it begins at Noon and runs until 7 PM. The Parade is on Sunday, June 26 and begins at 10:30 AM, traveling west along Market Street from Beale to Eighth Street.

July 2005

# 25th Anniversary Earth First!  Round River Rendezvous
 Join us as we Celebrate Cascadian Secession!  July 4 - 11, 2005

# 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

borderHack 2.005 - Border Camp on the US/Mexico Border
from August 3rd - 7th 2005

# Once in a Lifetime Opportunity in Wash, DC - September 10, 11, 12 Sometimes the Universe reveals "opportunities" to all of us in the most mind-boggling of ways. Please look at what a friend just now sent that will be happening in DC on 9/11 (from 9/10 - 9/12). This friend will be flying in from the Pacific Northwest to be here for this event. No doubt, many others will be doing the same.... Please mark your calendars, save your dollars for the trip (give up the beers if you must), as well as a few days vacation time. The event in DC on 9/11 has just suddenly now grown to mind-blowing proportions. They talk about hundreds attending? Mark my words - thousands upon thousands - will be there:
911 - inside job.  Demand investigation! - - - - -  -

# Sept 16,17,18 5 Mi north of LaytonVille, CA on 101
 Ani DiFranco   Michael Franti & Spearhead   Zap Mama   Karl Denson's Tiny Universe   Lyrics Born   Prezident Brown   New Monsoon   Signal Path   Kan'nal   Tre Hardson   Wisdom   O-Maya   Heavy Weight Dub Champion   Lost Children of Babylon   Alfred Howard   Hamsa Lila   Aphrodesia   Trillian Green   Clan Dyken   Rogerwood   Synchrosystem   Sasha Butterfly & Friends   Woodland   Kingdom Travelers Gospel Choir   Transcendental Hayride   Kali's Angels   Joanne Rand   Leslie Helpert   Something Different   Scott Huckabay   Shukar Belly Dance Ensemble   Blane Lyon   Darryl Cherney & the Chernobles   Dianne Patterson   Fanna -Fi Sufi Ensemble   And many, many more TBA...    Special Guest MC: Julia Butterfly Hill
 TEMPLE OF ELECTRONICA  featuring DJs:  CB – Osiris – Adam Ohana – Dragonfly – Zack Darling – Alex Theory – Ganga Giri and many more (TBA) …

Mendocino County's First Annual Green Living Expo 
Ukiah - Mendocino County, CA SEPTEMBER 24, 2005
Sept. 24th, 9am - 8pm, Admission $5 
Downtown Plaza Park & Convention Center, Ukiah, CA

# 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.

Live free or die.

Any law that is repugnant to the Constitution of the United States
of America is NULL and VOID.  Marburry v. Madison -1803
Ignore or arrest any cop who asks to see such. You are allowed to do so
by the Geneva Convention and the US Constitution.
Passed by treasonous, secretive congress, HR 418 Real ID ACT
is NULL AND VOID. Note how senate secretly approved this bill the eve before running away to winter break.  Note US history of passing repressive legislation the eve before a break,
so that no opposition or public response can take place. Stand in Peace, Pay No Tax.
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HUMAN WEALTH : Beyond Greed & Scarcity
Latin :   Jus is Justice.   Belli is War.
Use of force continuum.
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