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Tuesday 7/26 on
 5:30pm San Francisco: "Is San Francisco Going To Pot?"
 7:30pm San Francisco: Independent Press Spotlight Freedom Voices & AK Press
 8:00pm San Francisco: Televising the Revolution - Queers and Gentrification 

Wednesday 7/27 on
 7:00pm San Francisco: Norman Solomon speaking on Iran & his book "WAR MADE EASY"
 7:30pm Oakland: Latin American Working Class FilmFest
Free Burningman screensaver downloads:

Forest_Defenders resources

Oppose expansion of Patriot Act

Ordering Pizza in Bush's America

News Updates from Citizens for Legitimate Government

Artificial sweetener linked to leukemia - latest article Science Under Siege

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summer festivals: Reggae on the River, Frenchs Camp Piercy, CA: August 5th-7th Nelson BC Canada: August 11-15 Hopland, CA: August 20th & 21st Black Rock City, NV: August 29th – Sept 5th , Laytonville, CA: Sept 16th-19th , San Rafael, CA: October 14th-16th Nov. 5-6  Brannan @ 8th St. SF

Tue Jul 26

 Old Oakland Opening Events

Arlington Building, 494 9th Street; Gladstone Building, 461 9th Street; Studio Building, 811 Broadway: Thilo Staudt (Berlin), Mari Naomi (Oakland), Joe Mangrum (San Francisco), H Collective (Fresno), Christine Wong Yap, Nick Reid, Jill McLennan, Uncommon Threads Collective, Juan Carlos Quintana, Colleen Flaherty, Caleb Duarte, Michelle Muenning and Scott Hove. Gallery hours Wednesday – Friday noon – 6 PM through August 5. 

Joyce Gordon Gallery, 406 14th St., Oakland, 510-465-8928: hosts 22 global artists in an impressive group exhibition titled “Opposition,” curated by Rodney Artiles.

Oakland Art Gallery, 199 Kahn's Alley (near 15th and Broadway): Form/Reform, John Brumit, Patricia Diart, Elizabeth DiGiovanni, Linda Ford/Pam Martin, Dale Hoyt/Hailey Ashcroft, Tina Heringer, Sade Huron, Marisa Jahn, Mark Lee Morris, Brion Nuda-Rosch, Marisa M. Olson, Jos Pollard, Kathleen Quillian/Gilbert Guerrero, Brian Storts, James Tantum, Jessica Tully, and Paul Zografakis. Gallery hours W-Th, 11-6, Fri 11-5, Sat 12-4 through July 30.

# Tue Jul 26 @ 2050 bryant @18th and 19th) 5-7pm every Tues.
 hoopy hugs, orange, christabel, and joe

# "Is San Francisco Going to Pot?"
Featuring: Drug Policy Alliance director Ethan Nadelmann and Mayor Gavin Newsom 
Tuesday July 26, 2005, 5:30-7:30 pm 
Jewish Community Center of San Francisco 
3200 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94118 
FREE lecture on drug policy reform
 San Francisco is once again at the center of a national debate. More than 80% of San Franciscans say medical marijuana should be legally available and a majority even supports regulating, controlling, and taxing marijuana more or less like alcohol. But the federal government says "no" to medical marijuana, just as patients, advocates, bureaucrats, and politicians in San Francisco attempt to create a regulatory system in response to the proliferation of "pot clubs." Will "the city that knows how" do the right thing? Mayor Gavin Newsom and Drug Policy Alliance director Ethan Nadelmann will tackle the controversial question, "Is San Francisco Going to Pot?"

# 7/26
# Volunteer at the SF Food Bank July 26 6pm to 8pm 900 Pennsylvania Ave

# The One Touch Holistic Body Center is hosting an open house!!
Come connect and play, receive massage, enjoy some delicious fresh  
juice and yummy snacks all amidst the earthy decadence The One Taste  
Urban Retreat Center!  This is gonna be a blast!!
 1074 FOLSOM ST. (near 7th Street), SAN FRANCISCO

# History of SF's Presidio Tue July 26 7 pm - 9 pm     speaker begins at 7:30
 $5 for non-members, FREE for SFHA members.   SF History Association presents:

San Francisco's Presidio     guest speaker: Bob Bowen

A visual presentation of the story of the Presidio from the days of the 18th century Spanish to the modern era of the 20th century.   The focus of this presentation will be the role of the Presidio in a wide variety of events such as the 1906 Earthquake and Fire, the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition, and the building of the Golden Gate Bridge.  The program concludes with the transition of the Presidio from an active army post to a National Park Service beginning a new era as the only urban national park in the United State.  Books will be available for purchase and signing.

Bob is very fortunate in being a third generation Presidian, his Grandfather, Father and he were all stationed at the Presidio at various times in the previous century which gives him a particular unique insight and appreciation of the history of the Presidio.  He is also a San Francisco City Guide leading tours at The Palace of Fine Art, Art Deco Marina and Downtown Deco.
Mission Dolores School Auditorium
3371 16th St SF 415-750-9986

16th & Church St. Enter auditorium on 16th St.

 Free auto and bicycle parking is available in lot adjacent to the meeting room. Enter parking lot from Church Street.

Public Transportation: BART
16th St station MUNI J line 22 line 415-750-9986

# Advocates Forum: Dinner with Author Anthony Marr 
Over a delicious Italian vegan dinner, Anthony Marr, a world-known wildlife preservationist, will speak about the U.S. Terminate the Seal Hunt Campaign.
Donations to Mr. Marr's campaign will be gladly accepted. 
Tuesday, July 26 7:30 PM Fellini Restaurant, 1401 University Avenue, Berkeley
Email or call (925) 487-4419. 
East Bay Animal Advocates
P.O. Box 1406
Martinez, CA 94553
(925) 487-4419
 To subscribe to Bay Area Animal Rights Network please send blank email   to:
 For events:   Please see yahoogroups message archives and calendar at 

# Tue, Jul 26, 2005      8:00 pm
Television Event: Premier Cable Screening of "Falluja 2004"
Comcast Channel 29 SF On the program "Collision Course"
This will be the first US cable screening of "Fallujah 2004" by Japanese filmmaker Toshikuni DOI (55 minutes with English subtitles).
 Japanese video documentarian Toshikuni DOI was in Fallujah two weeks after the US invasion. He was one of the few international journalists able to show the reality of the cost of the invasion. Fallujah has become a symbol of the resistance movement against the occupation by the US forces. In April 2004, the US forces invaded Fallujah with several thousand US soldiers. About 730 people were killed and 2800 were injured in the siege and attacks by the US military in one month. He interviews medical workers and teachers as well as people in the community about this horrendous assault and the cost of it for the people of Fallujah. Labor Video Project (415) 282-1908

Wed Jul 27

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# Burning Man in the Hood - a community building summer camp Wed July 20  Hayes Valley
 Wednesday, July 27th at 6pm.... there will be a gathering at Koshland Park, on the corner of Page & Buchanan(Lower Haight/ Hayes Valley), to discuss creating a community building summer camp project. 

This project is simply an opportunity to create a space to play, make friends, share skills, stories and resources. Think of it as bringing Burning man to the hood. In fact... David Best's Burning Man style Temple is just a few blocks down the street! 

The intent is to combine our abilities and imaginations to produce an event, or series of events, as a forum for discovering commonwealth. Often with Burning Man camps and communities in general, they are semi-exclusive circles of friends. This social adventure is about cultural exchange and expanding the circle to include everyone-- youth and elders-- rich and poor. 

The camp activities will likely be between August 8th to the 19th, ending in some sort of show. Thus far we have a hip hop dance troupe keen to take part, Kelly's Peeps. They rock hare core and will teach you some moves to impress your playa honey. There will also be hula-hooping, stilt walking, tree house hammocks, potlucks, bedtime stories, plus much more.... and whatever you want to bring to the scene. Maybe we''ll even have an art car/ funky bicycle freak parade. It will be a great way to get prepared for the burn. 

Regina Dick-Endrizzi, assistant to Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, and other key people will be attending Wednesday July 27th, and the following day we have a meeting at city hall to share whatever we come up with, so this is a real opportunity to make something happen. Your participation will be greatly appreciated. And please invite anyone you think would be interested. 

This is a project of the Action Hero Network, a social-profit organization focused on empowerment and activation. To share what is learned from this event with neighborhoods everywhere, we need funding to document the process on digital video for broadcast on the web, and request your support. Contributions can be made simply and safely through this link:
 or mailed to:  International Humanities Center  P.O. Box 923  Malibu, CA 90265 
Made payable to: IHC/action hero network 
I hope to see you at Koshland Park on the 27th, 6pm. Bring a mug for tea. If you can hook-up a snack to share... please do! 
Have fun!  -Cory  818-331-9707

# China Three Gorges video screening and photo show

Wednesday, July 27th

6pm-9pm video screeing at 7pm sharp

Free, donations accepted
Space Gallery presents Holding Ground Under Water, a one night only photography exhibit and video screening of footage documenting the population resettlement along the Yangtze River in China's famed Three Gorges.

Between 2001 and 2003, photojournalist and video artist Benjamin Sandler made four separate trips to the Three Gorges region in China.  He traveled the length of the river, visiting large cities and small towns due to be affected by construction of the Three Gorges Dam. Along the way he conducted numerous impromptu interviews with people directly affected by the dam and the resettlement scheme.  Reactions to the project were candid and reflected many varied viewpoints. Mr. Sandler's photographs and video are meant to provide a lasting document of a region and its people that will be permanently altered.

The sluice gates of the controversial Three Gorges Dam were closed in June of 2003 and the first stage of inundation has been completed.  The water level rose to 443 feet, washing away what remained of dismantled cities and evacuated pasturelands.  Already, more than half of those affected by the project have been forced to relocate to new cities built on higher ground, or to 'host communities' in far removed coastal cities.  By 2009, if the construction project is completed on schedule, an estimated 1.2 to 2 million people will have been forced to relocate.

This show is for one night only, Wednesday, July 27th from 6-9pm.  The video screening will be at 7pm sharp, and with special permission from Four Square Productions Canada, will begin with a 40 minute piece entitled Man vs. Water, part 2 in a 3 part series produced for Discovery Channel Canada.  Water, Water examines this century's next great challenge, managing the world's water resources.   In addition there will be a silent photo auction, to raise money to translate interviews, and commence editing for a feature length movie.  All in attendance will receive a 4x6 inch signed and editioned print, while they last.

Holding Ground Under Water is part of an ongoing photo and video documentary on the Three Gorges Dam and it's impact on the people and environment in the Yangtze River Basin.

For more information on Four Square Productions Canada and Water, Water, please view their website or contact them by writing
Space Gallery 1141 Polk Street @Sutter 415-377-3325   Next to the Hemlock, upstairs 415-447-0424


 WHEN: Wednesday, July 27, 2005 at 7:00 PM

WHERE: Women’s Building Auditorium, 3543 18th Street 
 (between Valencia and Guerrero), San Francisco

 WHAT: Bay Area author, media critic and Institute for Public Accuracy executive director Norman Solomon will speak about his recent trip to Iran and his just published book "War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death".  Solomon’s new book exposes how the U.S. government, in collaboration with the media, used propaganda to lay the groundwork for military action in Vietnam, Iraq and now Iran. 

 TICKETS: $10 donation requested, benefits Global Exchange and Media Alliance.  No one turned away for lack of funds. Advance reservations at 
or call 510-832-9000 x304  or 415-575-5542.

EVENT SPONSORS: Global Exchange, Media Alliance and others.

 FOR MORE INFORMATION: Call 415-575-5542 or 510-832-9000 x301


Author and media critic Norman Solomon will speak on Wednesday, July 27th at 7 PM about his recent trip to Iran and his newly published book "War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death”. The event will be held at the Women’s Building at 3543 18th Street (on 18th St. between Valencia and Guerrero) in San Francisco, will be taped for CSPAN and is open to the public.    A $10 donation is requested, and benefits Global Exchange and Media Alliance. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. For advance reservations or for more information, go on the web to or call 510-832-9000 x304  or 415-575-5542.

# Robotspeak Sessions 2.7 Wed  July 27, 8p - 11p
Performing Live - followed by a Q+A with the Artists
Laptop side project from Dana, singer and songwriter from Deathray.
Circuit-bent laptop gadgetry with a side of dreamy, urban jungle riddums.
Memories of an intricate dimension meld with fragmented musical shards arranged by unorthodox self propelled human grid tap performance layers. Through pulsation's of noise removed from the twelve tone system haunting melodies mirroring relentless shadow boxers emerge.

You can show up without money and we will let you in, but please bring your own beverages to enjoy, and questions for the performers. You just may end up on a Robotspeak podcast. 
589.5 haight street // sf ca 94117
p 415 554 1977 f 415 554 1988

# Bondage A Go-Go Benefit for St. James Infirmary Wed July 27 9:30 PM
 Happening at the GLAS KAT  520 4th St @ Bryant, SF
 18 to dance. 21 to drink 9:30pm 2:30am. 
DRESS CODE (no jeans, sports apparel or street clothes) 
Fantasy Makers will be operating a booth for a Spank-A-Thon benefiting St. James Infirmary. The Spank-A-Thon and a portion of door proceeds go towards providing health care and social services to SJI. 
Turn your bottom candy apple red for charity!

Thur Jul 28

# Emergency Action Thursday: Support G.I. Resister Kevin Benderman!

Please circulate this call to action widely:

Support US Army Sergeant Kevin Benderman
Facing Court Martial for Refusing to Fight in Iraq!

*Resisting Illegal War and Occupation is Not a Crime!
*Respect Conscientious Objection!

Words Against War;
An Open Mike Spoken Word-Poetry Read Out
Supporting Military Resistance--Against War and Occupation

THURSDAY JULY 28, 5pm- 8pm

Armed Forces Recruiting Center
2116 Broadway, btwn. 21st and 22nd
Downtown Oakland
(1 block N. of 19th St. BART Station—exit 20th St)

For more info e-mail:

After serving in the military for eight years, including a tour of duty in
Iraq, Kevin Benderman decided he could not participate in the Iraq war and
occupation. He filed for conscientious objector status in December 2004.
His application was quickly denied without due process, and on the weekend
of Jan. 7, 2005 Benderman refused to re-deploy to Iraq with his unit. “As
I went through the process which led to my decision to refuse deployment
to Iraq for the second time, I was torn between thoughts of abandoning the
soldiers that I serve with, or following my conscience, which tells me:
war is the ultimate in destruction and waste of humanity.”

Sgt. Benderman was charged with Desertion and Missing
Movement by Design (Articles 85 and 87 in the Uniform Code of Military
Justice) and scheduled for court martial on May 11. On May 10th 30 cities
held public support events for both Kevin and Navy refuser Pablo Paredes.
On May 11 in a partial victory, Kevin’s court martial judge overturned his
hearing—citing a biased investigation—and ordered a new hearing.

On Wednesday May 25 the military filed a new court martial
against Kevin, which was just recently scheduled for July 28. Once again
people across the country are asked to show their support on this day.

People are supporting Kevin and the thousands of other public and (mostly)
private resisters because their courageous stand against the war---
actually upholding international law-- deserves our support. They also
deserve our support because the military is an anti-democratic institution
which denies soldiers basic democratic rights and punishes them for
engaging in free speech. This is reflected in the many cases which have
rejected granting conscientious objector status for soldiers who, like
Kevin, take a public stand. The other reason to support Kevin and Pablo is
that GI resistance has the power to stop the war and occupation in Iraq,
and check the reckless policies of empire behind it. Young people in the
military, resisting recruitment on college campuses and in the streets are
taking the lead in this unstated, but potentially successful "people
power" strategy.

For more on info Kevin’s Case visit:

Sponsored by: Courage to Resist
Supported by: Not in Our Name Project and

COURAGE TO RESIST is a new group of concerned community members,
Veterans, and military families organizing support for military objectors
to illegal
war, occupation, and the underlying policies of empire. We have adopted a
power strategy to weaken the pillars that support the Iraq war and
occupation by
supporting GI resistance, which together with counter-recruitment and
draft resistance work can remove the supply of obedient troops.


San Francisco

Cellspace, 2050 Bryant Street, 415-648-7562: Group exhibition. (see above)

 SomArts, 934 Brannan Street, 415-552-2131: “Crossings: a gathering of artists” featuring artists represented by ARTworkSF, Artship and BorderZone Arts.  (see above)


Oakland Metro, 201 Broadway, Oakland, 510-763-1146 DIVINE TRIBE presented by PURe Dance Ensemble (Project Universal Reflection Dance Ensemble) July 28 through Sunday, July 31. Thu, Fri & Sat evenings will begin at 6:45p with a gallery showing; curtain at 8:00pm; and, after-party at 10:00pm. Sun matinée will begin at 12:45p with a gallery showing; and, curtain at 2pm. Featured artists include Pure Dance Ensemble, Bay area Tapper Edward Jackson and Detroit area drag queen Maxi Chanel. Choreography by Gina Danene, Niyuk, Tami Tang, Jen Millis, Rene Castaneda & others.

 Oakland Art Gallery, 199 Kahn's Alley, 510.637.0395 Jos Pollard: 'Free Throw', Paul Zografakis: 'Fanfare', Linda Ford/Pam Martin: 'Surveillance Portraiture, Inc.', Patricia Diart: 'Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head', Marisa Jahn/Steve Shada: 'Handshake Drawing', Kathleen Quillian/Gilbert Guerrero: 'California Dreaming', most events are from 6-9 PM visit for details.

# Simnuke Art Exhibit Thu  July 28 7:00pm-12:00pm
 Simnuke Art Exhibit at Rx Gallery - July 28 - August 25
Opening Night Event - July 28, 7pm-midnight
Special Screening of "Helen's War" - August 3, 8 pm
Memorial for the Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki - August 6, 5 pm
Rx Gallery - 132 Eddy Street @ Mason

Simnuke Art Exhibit Indicts Sixty Years of the Atomic Age at
San Francisco's RX Gallery From July 28 through August 25

San Francisco, a city known for activism and creativity, will host the
emotional and politically charged Simnuke Art Exhibit on July 28th, 7pm
to midnight, at Rx Gallery, 132 Eddy Street. Over the last sixty years,
all over the world have lived with the looming threat of nuclear arms.
For the artists exhibiting in the Simnuke Art Exhibit, this struggle
expresses itself through searing commentary and stunning artwork
condemning the nuclear arms race.

The Simnuke Art Exhibit is part of the Simnuke Project, a three-part
memorial to the atomic age. On July 16, 2005 at 05:29:45 local time the
Simnuke Project will commemorate the 60-year anniversary of Trinity by
simulating the look and feel of the detonation of a nuclear device.

The art of the Simnuke Art Exhibit is co-curated by Sasha Harris-Cronin
and Max Carlson and comprises 20 artists from the United States and
Japan.  The exhibit pieces will range from photography to kinetic
sculpture, from humorous statements to solemn exposés.  In addition,
there will be an exhibit of government documents from the Prelinger
Library tracing the history of the atomic era in public policy.

The artists in the Simnuke Art Exhibit include: Carole Gallagher,
Michael Light, Richard Ross, Aaron Ximm, Yosuke Yamahata, Bryan Cole,
Robert Dohrmann, Joy Garnett, Jenne Giles, Mark Henson, Garret Izumi,
Tracy Jacobs, Kerry Loewen, Yoshiko McFarland, Yumiko Oda, Astrid
Olafsen, Aryana Farsai Roxborough, Corrine Schulze, Elin O'Hara Slavick,
and Jeff Young.

As global nuclear proliferation blooms into reality, and the United
States moves ahead with so-called tactical "bunker busters" and nuclear
arms in space, it is critical that this powerful collection reach an
audience. Co-curator Sasha Harris-Cronin stated, "If we can make one
person leave the gallery, go home, and write their congressperson, then
we have made a difference."

For more information about The Simnuke Art Exhibit, please contact:
Sasha Harris-Cronin bull 415-516-2049 bull

The Simnuke Project is a three-part memorial to the atomic age. On July
16, 2005 at 05:29:45 local time the Simnuke Project will commemorate the
60-year anniversary of Trinity by simulating a nuclear detonation.  In
addition, the Simnuke Project will plant 60 trees near Los Alamos, New
Mexico to replace those destroyed in the 2000 Cerro Grande fire.  For
more information about The Simnuke Project, please contact:
Camron Assadi bull 415-533-5797 bull

Please visit the Simnuke website:

About Rx Gallery: Rx raises awareness of new media art while serving as
a conduit for artistic expression and connecting artists and audiences.
The Rx Gallery's website is

 Rx Gallery 132 Eddy @ Mason 415-474-7973 415-235-5629

# Thu, Jul 28 7pm 522 Valencia @ 16th / 17th SF
Speaker Event and Film Screening: Oil and the Amazon: Perspectives of Peruvian Indigenous Leaders

Achuar indigenous leaders and a leading human rights lawyer from Peru will be sharing their perspectives on past and present oil development by U.S. based oil companies on their land.
 *Andres Sandi, President of FECONACO (Federation of Native Communities of the Corrientes River)
 *Jorge Fachin, President of FENAP (Native Federation of Achuar del Pastaza)
 *Lily La Torre-Lopez, leading human rights lawyer, Racimos de Ungurahui, Peru
 Winner of the 2004 Indigenous Film Festival in Chile, this short documentary film, by director Adam Goldstein, depicts the impact of thirty years of oil exploitation by Occidental Petroleum in the ancestral lands of the Achuar, Quichua and Urarina indigenous peoples of the Corrientes river basin in northern Peru.
 A discussion with Peruvian Achuar leaders to follow.
Kevin Koenig Amazon Watch 415-487-9600 x 2

Fri Jul 29

# PETA's United Colors Against Benetton Protest debuts in San Francisco!
 campaign to force clothing retailer Benetton to stop using Australian wool –  Friday, July 29, at the Benetton on 39 Stockton Street 11: 45 a.m. to 1 p.m.  All materials will be provided, so just bring yourself and anyone else that would like to attend!  We need people who are willing to hold signs and hand out leaflets while some activists hold a banner covered in paints of many colors while crying tears of blood.  This is a creative and powerful demonstration for people to see!

Benetton uses wool from Australia, where sheep endure a gruesome procedure called “mulesing,” in which farmers flip lambs onto their backs, restrain them with metal bars and use gardening shears to cut chunks of flesh from their rumps without any painkillers. When their wool is no longer needed, sheep are crammed by the tens of thousand onto huge, open-decked ships and transported thousands of miles in filthy, disease-ridden conditions, through all weather extremes, to countries in the Middle East and North Africa that have virtually no animal welfare standards, where their throats are slit while they are fully conscious. Sick and injured sheep, treated as mere cargo, are thrown overboard to the sharks or are ground up alive in a shipboard macerator. Although there are more effective, humane alternatives to mulesing and live export readily available today, producers have no incentive to change as long as companies like Benetton continue to purchase Australian wool. Benetton can help save sheep from this suffering simply by refusing to buy wool from Australia until mulesing and live export are ended.
We’ve sent Benetton reports detailing currently available alternatives to these horrific practices and video exposing the extreme suffering of sheep in the Australian wool industry—but the company has done nothing. To see for yourself why PETA is asking you and thousands of other activists around the world to help us boycott Benetton, click here.  Please cross-post this message and this video clip so that it may reach others who are interested in helping get the word out!
For more information on this campaign, please visit PETA is thankful that you’re on the activist network and we encourage you to take full advantage of that network by contacting us anytime with questions, requests or concerns!  If you have any questions specific to this demonstration please contact our campaigner, Jodi Ruckley at Hope to see you at the protest!
For the Sheep, Stephanie Wood, Activist Liaison
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals 757-962-8247

# Fri July 29 Chet Helms Memorial at Great American Music Hall
859 O'Farrel @ Polk / Larkin. sold out

# FRIDAY, JULY 29 5-8 PM
 Fruitvale Transit Village Opening Events

Suite 101, Calum F.Kerr, Nadja Lazansky, Chad Stayrook, Michael Murphy, Michael Markowsky. Gallery hours August 2 –6, 11 AM – 6 PM.

Upstairs at Fruitvale, Sound Shack, Alexander Bagerman, Jon Bondad, Michael Buscemi, Tim Cottengim, Phil Dynan, Florence Gray, Clint Imboden, Robert Newrock, Philo Northrup, Frances Valesco, Mike and Margaret Granatt, Amanda Williams, Marjorie Little and Daniela Steinsapir. Gallery hours August 2 –6, 11 AM – 6 PM.

# Stand Up Comedy Showcase July 29 8 PM -10 PM No Cover
 Presented by SF Comedy College Café Sapore 790 Lombard 
At the bottom of the most twisted street on Earth
In the Shade of Russian Hill and hosted by Russian guy
Once a month: "Mispeled Kamedy Shoucase"- We tell you the way it is!
Some of the best, brightes, funniest comedians of Bay Area
Current Line-Up:
MC : Anatoly Brantveyn
Beth Schumann
David Vanavermaete
Bruce Maez
Trevor Hill
Peter Batlett
Tim McAdams
Debbie Campo
Daymon Ferguson
Price of Admission: $ 600000.000000 ( if you are willing to pay) Or just come over and enjoy.We won't hold it against you.

# Fri July 29th 10 p.m. 'til Late Trancendance Camp Presents:  Dreamtime 
A Burning man lingerie/pajama fundraiser & Magic Glasses light drive! 
Join Trancendance Camp for an evening of blissed out lounging. Evoke the heat of the desert in your hottest lingerie or snazzy PJ's & let us tuck you in to our giant bed brimming with plush cushions. Experience the wonder of lucid dreaming with Magic Glasses as our skilled dream weavers take you on a chilled out journey through the subconscious. Let us soothe your troubled psyche with aural sound scapes of sonic healing and the visual illumination of moody dreams.  
Studio Z  314 11th St@ Folsom, SF, CA 94103 
Aural Dream Enhancements by: 
Androcell LIVE !!! (Celestial Dragon) 
Water Juice Dj Set (Vaporvent) 
Saturnia (Celestial Dragon/Phoenix Family) 
Infinite Web *christine* (Vaporvent) 
Open Eye Visual Enhancements by: 
Magic Glasses & English Steve 
Your beloved Magic Glasses tunnel is returning to the playa and we need lots and lots of Xmas lights. So please delve into the depths of your closets, into the dank recesses of your storage spaces and donate your lights to Magic Glasses. If it works and it twinkles we want it! 
Tickets 21+  $20 at the door 
$15 in lingerie/pajamas OR with a working string of lights 
$10 in lingerie/pajamas AND with a working string of lights

# Fri Jul 29 - Sun Jul 31

Sat Jul 30

# 7/30 
Little Lake Street in the town of Mendocino 10am to 5pm

 West Oakland Opening Events

Portfest: World Music & Jazz Festival, Middle Harbor Shoreline Park (at the end of 7th Street, West Oakland) A FREE music festival featuring, Hugh Masekela, Kenny Garrett Quartet, Dave Ellis Quintet, Mo'rockin' Project, Oaktown Jazz Workshops Band. 11 AM – 7 PM, info 510- 627-1111.

Evening Openings at ABCO, Creamery, COMA, East Bay Rats, LoBot and NIMBY, 8 PM-midnight including Clemence Velay and Pascal Etchebarne, Alexis Esquivel, EVOL, Natasha Kupova, Craig Morse, Shayna Bracha Farber, Lexi Gilbert and Peter Foucault.

# Really REALLY Free Market Sat 7/30 Noon-4pm Dolores Park bring stuff, adopt stuff

# Zombie Mob Sat  July 30 3:00pm Free, Bring your own brains
Next Saturday at 3pm, me and some friends are going to eat brains in
downtown SF. You whacky folks are invited to join us.
If you show up dressed as a zombie, you can probably walk among us with
out getting eaten. If you show up in regular clothes, expect to be
attacked and turned into one of us by our crack zombification teams (we
have extra parts). When our hoarde has grown and we're out of fresh food
in SF, we're going to bart to Colma for a picnic. BYOBrains.

Some important points:
To get info about this event send an email to The
location will be revealed a few days in advance. It will be on the website, too.
Bring blood, limbs, entrails, tattered clothes, bart fare, and a picnic
basket. If you don't have a costume, just wear clothes we can destroy.
Invite your friends and family. Yes, family. We've got zombies of all
ages, from veal to jerkey.
Email to find out Not far from BART San Francisco

# Sat July 30 7pm - 11pm  Varnish Gallery 77 Natoma Street at 2nd St .: 
Opening Reception for The Self Born: Stanislav Szukalski 
Most of his work was destroyed by hitler: melted down for armaments. last Saturday of every month!

 @ The Fillmore  Doors at 8pm; Show at 9pm
  Tickets available at Fillmore box office Sunday 10am-4pm and show nights
7:30-10pm. Also available through ticketmaster.

# Launch Pad IMI Movie Night! Sat  July 30 9PM
 An Indie Media Initiative Event: 
 An ongoing series presenting classic silent movies intended for home viewing with improvised soundtracks. 
 Featured Films:   Bride of Frankenstein     Rodan 
Battle for Planet of the Apes    When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth 
Battle in Outer Space      Projectionist:    Lena 
 Improv Sound Design:    Matthew    Tao    Marty 
 The Launch Pad is at 
3833 Martin Luther King, Cross street W. Mc Arthur 
One Block West of the McArthure BART Station 
 Secure bike parking available. Donation accepted.

# House of Lotus Garden of Dreams Sat July 30 9PM
 One cannot jump into the "journey into the psyche" too fast lest one wind up with a splitting psychic headache. The brain is, after all, a muscle. And like all finely honed athletes, we need to stretch it out and shake it loose a bit. 

So your friends at House of Lotus have put together a little once-round-the-track to warm it all up and get ready for the jouyrney to the desert...starting with the Lotus Garden of Dreams. 

Please don your most outrageous GREEN threads and join us on Saturday July 30th at the beautiful Bayview Winery for the HOUSE OF LOTUS GARDEN OF DREAMS party. We've assembled an incredible lineup of DJs, musicians and performers who are all generously donating their time and skills to help us get back to the desert: 

Saturday, July 30th, 8PM-4AM 

Bayview Winery  3030 Ingals St in Bayview, SF
 Directions and all the info at 

MAIN ROOM with House of Lotus DJs 
Deep Eddy  Shissla  Alibi 
+ Special Guest Rhythmystic (Freek Factory) 

UPSTAIRS in the Luna Lounge 
Sir-Shvitz-alot (Lotus)  Melvin (Solsystem)  Beth (Lotus)  Ben Maybe 
+ Live Luna Groove Performances 

OUTSIDE in the Acoustic Fire Garden 
Sean Hayes  Obo Martin  Illbillies  Metropolitan Butoh  + more 

$10 Green Garden Wear  $15 Street Wear 
>>>House of Lotus :: Puttin' the OM IN WHOMP since 2000<<<

# Cosmic Wedding Sat  July 30-Mon Aug 1 2005 
magical celebration in the green mountains of Switzerland

# Run for the Greenbelt,  Sunday, July 31 5:00 AM
  All around SF & the GG Bridge   415.543.6771 x304 
Did you know you could run in the San Francisco Marathon without running a whole marathon? You can run or walk 5k, 13 miles, or all 26 miles - and you can do it to raise funds for local open space protection, by joining the Greenbelt Alliance team! The event is July 31st, 2005. To register (or just sponsor - no running required), go to and choose Team 6. Call 415.543.6771 x304 for more info. 
Greenbelt Alliance's Vision 
Greenbelt Alliance's vision is of a vibrant San Francisco Bay Area with a healthy environment and a strong economy shared by all. In our vision, central cities and existing suburbs are desirable places to live bounded by a protected greenbelt. This greenbelt includes agricultural, wilderness, habitat, watershed, and recreational lands and is recognized as essential to the Bay Area's environmental and economic health. All residents share a high quality of life, including access to affordable housing, a good education, cultural amenities, effective public transportation and open space. Finally, there is a widely shared ethic that recognizes the region's interdependence and a system of governance that fosters effective public decision-making to address regional needs.

# Sunday, July 31 
Old Alleys, New Friends: Finish up the weekend with a trip to Folsom Street's harder-core cousin: the Dore Alley "Up Your Alley Fair"  Dore Alley @ Folsom / Howard / 9 th / 10th

Burning Man & The Black Rock Arts Foundation
will host its mobile art parade and day of interactive art
2nd Annual pARTiciPARADE!  Sunday July 31, 2005
 FREE and ALL AGES!  Noon to 5pm
 @ Hayes Street Green (Hayes and Octavia) and surrounding areas in SF
 The pARTiciPARADE! will begin somewhere near Hayes Green (route to be
 revealed in future post!) and conclude at Hayes Green, where other
 activities are scheduled from noon to 5pm.
 The Black Rock Arts Foundation will be hosting the street closure and
 festivities around David Best's latest temple installation. Expect a gun
 bake by John Richter, The Black Rock Roller Disco, opera by Marisa Lenhardt,
 puppet shows by Monkey Thump and One People Voice Marching Gamelon, among

# Burning Man 2nd Annual pARTiciPARADE! Sun July 31st
 Gather 12:30pm; march at 1:30pm FREE and FREE again!

 Since 1998, by declaration from then-Mayor Willie Brown, July 31st
commemorates NO SPECTATORS DAY in San Francisco. To celebrate join us for:

The 2nd Annual Burning Man pARTiciPARADE!
Sunday, July 31st (pedestrian mobile art parade)
Gathers 12:30pm; departs 1:30pm SHARP and marches down Haight!
Meet at Hippy Hill (Haight & Stanyan at Golden Gate Park)
More info:

Last year's pARTiciPARADE! was INSANE FUN. This year will be even better as we bring more ARTful antics to the streets! Bring your mobile art, acoustic instruments, drums, cans and kazoos, flower petals to throw at Haight & Ashbury, art signs, and your costume creations and be a part of the pARTiciPARADE! We'll start at Hippy Hill, march to our own drummers at 1:30PM, and make several artful and amusing stops here and there as we travel down Haight Street and turn on Octavia to join The Black Rock Arts Foundation Community Art Carnival at Hayes Green. We will be met there at approximately 2:30pm by the Black Rock Roller Disco and others awaiting our arrival.

See you at Hippy Hill. ...And don't be late!!! We have art to perambulate!

The Black Rock Arts Foundation Community Art Carnival will be from noon to 5pm. More info about that at:
Starting at Hippy Hill in Golden Gate Park
Haight Street and Stanyon in Golden Gate Park
San Francisco

At top of Haight Street, where it meets Golden Gate Park. (look for sign and costumed art freaks) Will leave at 1:30pm sharp and march down Haight Street; turn left on Octavia and end at Hayes Green at the Black Rock Arts Community Art Carnival. 415-865-3800


See the invitation below.  As you know, The Fund for Animals office at 
Fort Mason was closed recently in the wake of the merger with the Humane 
Society of the U.S.  In an attempt to keep that office space open as an 
invaluable resource center for Bay Area activists, a new group named 
ANIMAL SWITCHBOARD has been incorporated (5-member board, no paid 
employees).  We're on a month-to-month lease with Fort Mason.  Monthly 
expenses will be at least $500 (rent/phone/fax, etc.)  Many of you wrote 
in support of keeping the office open, particularly in light of its long 
history as a resource and meeting place for local activists and 
activities.  And many of you receiving this notice have used this 
facility over the years--you know who you are.  Now it's pay-back time!  
IN THE COMING MONTHS.  Consider a monthly, ongoing donation to help keep 
this office, why dontcha?  Volunteers are also needed to staff the phone 
and do basic office work.  Computer expertise especially welcome.  You?

Please contact ANIMAL SWITCHBOARD at 415/474-4021 (or Eric Mills at 
510/652-5603) to tell us how you can help.  And do come to the Grand 
Opening Party on Sunday, July 31, 2:00-5:00 p.m.  We'll show you a good 

# Sun, Jul 31 1-pm  Afghanistan Reconstruction Networking Session III
Oakland Public Library 125 14th St Oakland
Become involved with the reconstruction of Afghanistan at the third
 Afghanistan Reconstruction Networking Session. Representatives from a
 variety of organizations will present their projects and provide additional
 information about how to participate in their efforts. Come share your
 ideas and join other dedicated individuals who are actively working to
 bring a positive change in the lives of the people of Afghanistan.
 Refreshments will be served starting at 1,presentation will begin at 2.
For more information contact:   Masood Sattari
Engineering and Science Students for the Reconstruction of Afghanistan
(510) 612-5566

# Sun, Jul 31 1pm Speaker Event: U.S. Imperialism and the Counterinsurgency War
Humanist Hall   390 27th St @ Telegraph / Broadway Oakland
Antonio, former political prisoner from South America, presents:
 What's to be done?
 Is the counterinsurgency war a new phenomenon?
 What is the imperialist design?
 What is the School of the Americas?
 Why are pacifists the best defenders of the status quo?
 Antonio's lecture and discussion are FREE but $5 donations are accepted.
 Before and after this event, everyone's invited to indulge in our Humanist Coffee House.
For more information contact: Florence

# Jewels in the Square: Hot Pink Feathers with Blue Bone Express
 July 31 2pm-4pm Free
 Hot Pink Feathers' Rio-style samba, cabaret and burlesque is sure to bring the enthusiasm of Carnaval to the Plaza. Kelly "Kellita" Garton has been delighting audiences with her signature "1000-watt smile" and award-winning shimmy-shake for 5 years. When not dancing solo, Kellita performs with Hot Pink Feathers, the troupe she founded and directs. Kellita and the Feathers have graced the stages of many favorite SF haunts, such as Bimbo's and the Great American Music Hall, and are equally comfortable bringing their revue to intimate clubs and parties or grand affairs. The Feathers are accompanied today by Blue Bone Express, a seven-piece brass band evoking the traditional street sounds of New Orleans. Trumpeter Jara Queeto is the founder and musical director of Mardi Gras band Blue Bone Express. Together these two groups conjure the true spirit of Carnaval that knows no geographic bounds. For more info, visit and  Union Square Park 333 Post St SF

# Sun July 31 6 PM Marin Living Foods Community  Presents Victoria & Igor Boutenko
 Authors of several books on raw and living foods, popular speakers from
Ashland, Oregon  will talk and answer questions about
 Correcting Common Mistakes That Occur On The Raw Food Diet Sunday, July 31st, 6 PM   
 1 Wellbrock Hts. San Rafael, CA 94903  $3 donation. Map below:
No Potluck on this day ~ This is a speaking event only!
Marin Living Foods Community Website  http://WWW.MARINRAWFOOD.COM   
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 you may email or call Hugh at 
(415) 883-5201, 


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

# Tour d'Organics  Sebastopol, CA  A bicycle ride and century featuring local farms and vegan food in . 35, 65 and 100 mile options offer something for everyone.
 you'll get to eat ORGANIC farm fresh fruits and veggie directly from the Farmer!
There will be salads and crane melons.  Bradley, the organizer is a Living Foods person.
Living Foods:
Your friend can subscribe to this list, by sending a blank email to:

# 8.3 Every Weds at 2pm on 94.1 fm:

# Ask a Scientist - Genomes, from Human to Neanderthal Wed Aug 3 7-9 pm Free
 Until very recently, the only DNA recoverable from extinct species was from the mitochondria -- the cell's energy producing organelles. While mtDNA reveals much about our evolutionary family tree, it's nuclear DNA that tells the real story of life. Now, with the exciting news that scientists at the DOE Joint Genome Institute have successfully sequenced nuclear DNA from an extinct cave bear species, that story is about to get even more interesting.
 Speaker: Dr. Eddy Rubin, director of the DOE Joint Genome Institute
 Ask a Scientist is a new and different kind of lecture series. If you love watching Nova specials and reading Scientific American at the doctor's office, then this event is for you. Enjoy food, drinks, socializing, and conversation about the universe's most fascinating mysteries!
 Bazaar Cafe 5927 California St. (21st Ave) SF 415-831-5620

# The Flight of the Jaguar Magician August 4th Opening, 6pm-10pm FREE
 731 Polk

# Trees of Angkor: Photographs from Cambodia Aug 4 to Sep 5 
 Opening Reception: August 4th, 5-8pm (First Thursday Art Night) Free
 Lee Gallery 577 Geary St

Fri Aug 5 New Moon

# Fri. August 5 , 7:30 PM  Dave Lippman  One night only! An evening of satire & song!
 Dave Lippman and his alterego George Shrub, the world’s only singing CIA agent, continue to explain that the business of America is none of your business.
 9 Ross Valley Drive (at Fourth St)  SAN RAFAEL
 Info: 415/721-2844 • • 
 $10-15 DONATION - Sponsor: Marin Peace & Justice Coalition

# Reggae on the River, Frenchs Camp Piercy, CA: August 5th-7th

# August 5-8, 2005  Free Radio Berkeley Radio Camp - 
 Build an FM BroadcastTransmitter Don't Complain... Broadcast
 0 to 100 watts in 4 days A four day workshop session sponsored by Free Radio Berkeley. This session will teach you: the fundamentals of micropower broadcasting; how to build FM broadcast transmitters (and other related items such as antennas); what is involved in setting up a low power (15-100 watt) community radio station capable of covering a broadcast radius between 5 and 15 miles depending on power, terrain and antenna height. The workshop tutition is $150-$200 sliding scale. Kits for transmitters, antennas, etc. may be purchased for assembly during the workshop session. Average cost for a broadcast station kit package (transmitter, antenna, cabling power, supply) runs between $300 and $700 depending on kits and power level chosen. All participants will be assembling kits whether they purchase them or not. All Radio Camp sessions are held at Free Radio Berkeley's shop in Oakland, CA. The address is 2311 Adeline, Unit P. FRB's Micropower Broadcasting Primer, available on the web site  is used as one of the primary documents for the sessions. 

#  SAT AUG 6, NOON San Jose KFC demo:  posters and leaflets provided 
 KFC, 250 NORTH BASCOM, SAN JOSE 95126  (corner of N Bascom and Naglee)

# Sat Aug 6th 1pm Alex from Alcyone performs with MEDICINE DRUM @ "Eternal Frequencies" 3 day campout / trance festival 1 hr north of LA (between Ohai and Santa Barbara) - alongside Talamasca, Eskimo, Space Cat, DJ Treavor (Moontribe). Details

# Saturday, August 6, 5pm Seeds of Change:  NO NUKES! NO WARS!
 William Payne Park, Livermore
 Rally and March to the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab
 On the 60th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombings of the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, join us to plant Seeds of Change by calling for an end to nuclear weapons. Rally speakers and music include Utah Phillips, Clan Dyken, and Dave Lippman.

# Vegan Thai Dinner Saturday, Aug 6 6PM Santa Cruz

 2170 Market St (@ Sanchez) 9pm/ $10
 Featuring Rosin Coven, Eggplant Casino, Gaucho, Mr. Lucky, Fou Fou Ha, Puppets & Pie, and real chances to make or break your fortune at the casino tables! Dress Vegas Style

# 8.10 Every Weds at 2pm on 94.1 fm:

# ORBUSummer XXVIII star party 10-15 August 2005 6 days/5 nights - attend anytime
Newcomers $40/person (includes t-shirt, camping, programs)
Northern California Mendocino region

# August 12-14   8th Annual Coho Confab  Ancient Redwoods 
 Salmonid Restoration Federation and the Trees Foundation will sponsor the 8th annual Coho Confab August 12-14, 2005 at the Wolf Creek Education Center in Redwood National Park in Humboldt County. The Confab is a symposium to explore watershed restoration and learn techniques to enhance recovery of salmon and steelhead. The Confab brings together community members, landowners, activists, scientists, and restoration ecologists for a weekend of innovative skills-building workshops, tours of restoration projects, community networking, and fun.
  The Confab costs $80-100 which includes all workshops, food, and lodging. To learn
 more about this year’s Confab or to inquire about work trade opportunities, please visit or call SRF at (707) 923-7501. Or contact Trees Foundation at or call Trees at (707) 923-4377. You can register online.
 Early registration is encouraged to reserve a cabin.

# Nelson BC Canada: August 11-15

# Fri-Sun Aug 12-14 Alex from Alcyone DJ set at Shambhala Festival, BC (very TBC!)

# Aug 14-20 Roseberg, Oregon
Free Witchcamp for Activists
A week of intense magic, ritual and learning in the
deep woods of southern Oregon. Our magical tradition honors the wild, and
calls for service to the earth and the community. This Witchcamp specifically
honors that call and is focused on sharing our magical and activism skills
and healing with those who are currently working or are called
to work for all forms of justice: environmental,
social, political, racial, gender, and economic. The teaching team includes
Starhawk, Brook, Ruby, Baruch, and others. The teaching paths include
wilderness awareness, healing and herbalism, permaculture, street magic,
introduction to magic, and ritual creation. Bring own tent and
food. Children welcome.
Cost: Free. For those who can afford it, donations
up to or beyond
the usual price of a Witchcamp ($400-$500 US)
requested. For more information, e-mail:, (310) 570-3662

# 8.17 Every Weds at 2pm on 94.1 fm:

Fri Aug 19 Full Moon

# Fri Aug 19th 8.00-10.30pm ALCYONE - poolside @ Bambuddha Lounge, SF. Free admission. Full moon! Second in the summer series of free Alcyone shows @ Bambuddha. 

# Hopland, CA: August 20th & 21st

# 8.24 Every Weds at 2pm on 94.1 fm:

# Rawstock III - Raw Ecstasy Jamboree - Aug. 26-29 at Macdonald Farm,
Sebastopol, CA
* We are seeking a yoga teacher to teach 1 or 2 classes on Aug. 27 & 28.
Contact for details.
* Rawstocks cards and posters are now available.  If you can help distribute
them at gatherings, healthfood stores, etc, please e-mail
* We only have a few more work-trade opportunities left.  Contact if you are interested.
To join the SonomaRaw e-list send an e-mail to:

# August 26-29 at Macdonald Farm  Rawstock III - Raw Ecstasy Jamboree
 5730 Ross Branch Road, Sebastopol, California  (707) 829-0362
 The world's premier raw food lifestyle festival!
 The pure health empowerment weekend celebrating eco-regeneration, musical ecstasy & raw food delight.
 Come to the greatest raw health festival on Earth! Last year we perfected it and this year we are going way beyond. This will be our last event at Macdonald Farm, so come and experience the magic of “raw school” in the orchard, under the apple trees; meet new vibrant brothers and sisters; reconnect with dear ones; enjoy the most incredible fresh figs, grapes. melons, tomatoes and other peak-of summer fresh delectables; camp in the orchard (no extra charge – B.Y.O tent); dance, groove and have the time of your life!      THE PROGRAM:
 Friday: 4:00 pm through sundown: Music, dance, volley ball, tai chi, poi, tent setup
 Saturday & Sunday: 8:00 am through sundown: Healing prayer circles, yoga, tai chi, lectures, raw cuisine demos, hay bale discussions, child crafts and fun care, bamboo flute making, massage, sport games, music and more music, dance, farm-fresh food galore.
 Monday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Canoeing and swimming on/in the Russian River. Departure by 6:00 pm.
 No smoking, drugs, alcohol.

)'( Aug 29- Sep 25 2005 )'(

# 8.31 Every Weds at 2pm on 94.1 fm:

)'( Burning Man events: )'(

Thu Sep 1 Sundown @ Hookahdome on Esplanade: hoop down hula hooping!

Fri Sep 2 4pm Critical Tits bicycle ride for women: Meet at the man.

SEPTEMBER 2005 September 1st, 2005: MUNI Social Strike begins.

Sat Sept 3 New Moon

# 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) …

# Sept 17,18 Polk Street Fest Arts and crafts with music and an urban oasis theme. 3rd weekend of September 10a-6p

Sun Sept 18 Full Moon

# ECOPALOOZA 2005 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

# Sept. 24th, 9am - 8pm, ECOPALOOZA 2005 -  Mendocino County's
 1st Annual Expo Of Green Living Downtown-Plaza Park & Convention Center, Ukiah, CA
 ECOPALOOZA 2005 will feature attractions such as: workshops and exhibits, solar-powered music, Kids Town and activities, green businesses, organic and vegetarian food, green building demos, speakers, Kids Town and activities, hybrid and biodiesel car display, solar home and eco tours, green businesses, a Farmer's Market, Sustainable Fashion Show, and much more.

# Sept. 24-26: Washington DC Mobilization to End the War on Iraq!

#  Washington D.C., Sept. 24-25
The Green Festival is a two-day party with a serious purpose: to accelerate the emergence of a new economic paradigm that is life-affirming and life-restoring. Together we are cultivating a culture of sustainability and social equity that honors our interdependence with all life. Green Festival unites green businesses, social and environmental groups, visionary thinkers and thousands of community members in a lively exchange of ideas, commerce and movement building fun.

# Sep 24,25 Webzine 2005

# Sep 25 Folsom St Fair Reportedly the 3rd largest event in California just behind the Rose Parade and Pride Parades.
last Sunday in September. Folsom @ 7th to 12th Streets. Lots of naked people, leather, latex, fetish.

# How Berkeley Can You Be? parade Sun Sep 25

October 2005

# Sat. Oct 1 10:30 am to 5:30pm   (Youth Party 7 - 8:30)  GREEN YOUR SCHOOL CONFERENCE

# Oct 1,2 Castro Street Fair A celebration of ‘middle class’ gay lifestyles and commerce in the gay mecca.
1st weekend in October Castro Between 19th and Market.

# October 1 - 2, 2005  Bay Area Counter Military Conference
Military Out of Our Schools, counter-recruitment conference
 "ON THE FRONT LINES--Options for Youth in Times of War."
 Tentative Location - San Francisco City College 
 Are you part of a local counter recruitment effort? We urge you to attend the next planning meeting which is scheduled for Thursday evening, June 30th at the AFSC headquarters, 65 9th St, S.F. We have begun to start early--at 6:30 PM in order to get out promptly at 8:30 PM.
 Bay Area youth leaders are strongly encourage to attend these meetings and plan for the components and outreach for this vitally important educational action opportunity.

Mon Oct 3 New Moon

# OCTOBER 14 - 16, 2OO5  16th Annual 
 Take part in this fertile network, rich with inspiring ideas, models, tools, and resources — and powerful connections. Join us in improving the environment by changing the world !

Mon Oct 17 Full Moon

# Coop America Green Business Conference Ramada Hotel, SF, Nov. 1-4

# Nov 4,5 Dalai Lama @ Stanford

# Nov. 5-6 Brannan @ 8th St. Concourse Exhibition center.
HUGE ECO SHOWCASE with speakers, workshops, music, food, booths.
NOT TO MISS!  This show keeps growing and FILLS the space. 
The Green Festival is a two-day party with a serious purpose: to accelerate the emergence of a new economic paradigm that is life-affirming and life-restoring. Together we are cultivating a culture of sustainability and social equity that honors our interdependence with all life. Green Festival unites green businesses, social and environmental groups, visionary thinkers and thousands of community members in a lively exchange of ideas, commerce and movement building fun.

Thur Dec 1 New Moon

Thur Dec 15 Full Moon and Bill of Rights Day

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

NATIONAL ID CARD LAW / REAL ID LAW, passed by 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.

NATIONAL ID CARD LAW / REAL ID LAW is NULL AND VOID. 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. THE TITLE 26 "INCOME TAX" IS A HOAX, AND SO IS THE IRS Cracking the Unified Commerce Code: Cracking the Code Third Edition

HUMAN WEALTH : Beyond Greed & Scarcity Latin : Jus is Justice. Belli is War. Use of force continuum. Jefferson Party website.

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