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This list has:
1) Must See
2) Stuff about me (brief)
3) SF (Bay Area) Event listing
4) Good Folks playing other places
5) Art thing & artist I liked -this week
6) Place to send your art (calls for submission)
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MUST SEE: Also come see:

October 21- ATTABOY'S YART SALE!- Dark Room - 2263 Mission St, S.F.-
12PM-4PM

October 21- Writers With Drinks- Make Out Room, SF- 7PM- $3-$5

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ME UPDATES:

 I went to the LitCrawel which was great (we have some amazing writers in
the Bay Area), I did my radio show on Free Radio SF - it was fun and I will
be doing it again on Sat at 2PM - http://www.freeradiosf.com/, did lunch
with some cool people, and been working away.

More about my week at:
http://mskittywhore.livejournal.com/
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SF EVENTS: now- 10/ 28 -more at http://www.lilycat.com

EXTENDED RUNS

October 8 - 28-"5 Painters"-111 Minna Gallery- 111 Minna Street, SF-5pm-Late
an exhibition of works by Eric Bailey, Kim Cogan, Joel Dugan, Rogelio
Martinez, and Dennis McNulty.

October 8-28-The Show Art and Audio about Commuting- Frank Bette Center-
1601 Paru, Alameda
OPENING RECEPTION October 13, 2006 7-9pm

September 12- November 11-Terror? Intersection For The Arts- 446 Valencia
St, SF- 6pm
exhibition will include hundreds of original works on paper from all over
the world - creating a cacophony of personal and collective nvestigations of
how we experience fear and how it affects our lives. Opening Reception:
Monday September 11,& Gallery Hours: Wednesdays through Saturdays, 12-5pm
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October 18-SMACK DAB - Magnet- 4122 18th St., SF-7:30 pm signup, 8 pm show
hosted by Kirk Read and Larry-bob Roberts. Featured performer:Ed Wolf

October 18-Bad Porn Night- Dark Room - 2263 Mission St, S.F.-8PM
Alice in Wonderland

October 18-(wed)-BERZERKELEY SLAM -Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck.
Berkeley-8:30-11pm. $7

October 18-(wednes)- Open Mic- Canvas Gallery - 9th Ave & Lincoln, SF -
7:30PM

October 18 -Comedy Night- Club Milk- 1840 Haight, SF- 7:30PM

October 18-(wednesdays)- Laugh Dammit! - SF Comedy Club -50 Mason, SF- 8PM-
$7
hosted by Mike Spiegelman

October 18(wednesdays)"ASK DR. HAL!"-12 Galaxies, SF-8PM
He knows everything and the show will be loads of laughs

October 18-Late Night Coalition Benefit-Supperclub- 657 Harrison Street ,
SF-10pm-$5-10
featuring: Kerri Kresinski, Marisa Lenhardt, Xeno, Kitten on the Keys, Kepi
& Kat, Miranda Caroligne, Rena Jones! Hosted by the First Lady of LateNight
Sister Roma! DJ PussPuss

October 19-(thurs) - Shorts Program-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big
Sur-8PM
http://www.henrymiller.org/shortsprogram.html

October 19-(every thurs)-Tourettes--METRO- 201 Broadway, Oakland-8PM - $7

October 19 - Thrillville Monster-Rama- The Parkway, Berkeley

October 19 -Candidate Forum - GLBTQ Center, SF- 7:30PM

October 19 -Novenber 11 (th, Fri, Sat)-Shocktoberfest- Laboratory of
Hallucinations- Hypnodrome- 575 10th St., SF- 8PM
NoSex farces and horror classics collide in a bill-of-fair inspired by the
notorious Le Theatre du Grand Guignol (www.grandguignol.com). The Halloween
season starts on October, Friday the 13th with the debut of three new tales
of terror and taboo from Thrillpeddler

October 19 - ATA Film and Video Festival -ATA-992 Valencia St.,
SF-8pm-$7-$10
Showcasing 25 short, original, independent and underground films by local,
national and international film and video artists.

October 19 -buy fine art before you're 60" - Embarcadero Automotive on
Mezzanine- 655 Bryant St, SF
show come see all the groovy people and buy framed and matted non-digital
based photographs from some of the best known and unknown photographers from
the bay area. **all pieces will be $600 and under we will take cash and
checks!

October 20- Comedy Showcase-Spud's Pizza - 3290 Adeline Street,
Berkeley-8PM- $7
with the Danny Dechi

Oct 20, 21, 27,28 - 8PM & 22, 29 - 3PM-"Young Frankenstein"the play- Dark
Room - 2263 Mission St, S.F. $15

October 20- 'Basket of Justice' -Off-Market Theater Gallery- 965 Mission
Street First floor ,SF-8PM
San Francisco's only laundry-based comedy duo star in police drama parody
50-minute comedy show featuring Laundry Basket & Spiegelman, the comedy duo
of an actual laundry basket and straight-man

October 19?- Sizzle- Femina Potens- 465 S. VanNess, SF- 7PM -$5
Raina Bird, Carol Queen, Thea Hillman, Cindy Emech....

October 20-View Full Collabo - Avalon - 777 Lawrence Expressway, Santa
Clara-$15 before 10pm
Live Art + Performances

October 20 & 23-MORTIFIED -The Make Out Room-22nd st @ mission, SF-8 PM$10
THIS MONTH MARY LAUX, CHRIS WEST, JILLIAN GRIFFITHS, JENNIFER KIRMSE & PURE
EVIL

October 20-Ojalá & Melanie DeMore- La Peña Cultural Center-3105 Shattuck
Ave, Berkeley -8PM-$15
soulful ballads, spirituals, & originals

October 21(Sat)-Dirty Little Secret-Empire Plush Room's, SF-11PM-$25
Part Camp, Part Burlesque, All Vaudeville baby!

October 21- ATTABOY'S YART SALE!- Dark Room - 2263 Mission St, S.F.-
12PM-4PM

October 21-A Laurel Book Store Event! -Laurel Book Store- 4100 MacArthur
Blvd. Oakland -7:30 pm . Forty-two poets write on a wide variety of themes
including, love, relationships, death, marriage, monogamy, surviving cancer,
coming out, and politics.

October 21- 22- Great Ball of Fire-Theatre Rhinoceros -2926 16th St., SF -
7PM (& 2PM -22)-$30
SF Gay Men's Chorus's three ensembles join forces to present a rockin'
weekend of '50s fun. The ensembles - The Lollipop Guild, Vocal Minority and
del Castro ? cover a wide repertoire including hits made famous by Jerry Lee
Lewis, the Four Seasons, Billy Haley and the Comets

October 21- Slim Cessana's Auto Club- 12 Galaxies, SF

October 21-In the Bed Fairy Butch-12 Galaxies- 2565 Mission St., SF-8PM,
Show: 10PM
WELCOMES THE TWILIGHT VIXEN REVIEW! A Campy, Erotic Cabaret, Dance Party &
Speed Dating Shindig For Gals & Trannies of All Colors & Pals! at 22nd St.
Doors & Speed

October 21- Writers With Drinks- Make Out Room, SF- 7PM- $3-$5
- Lisa Goldstein, award winning author of The Alchemist's Door - Tim
Redmond, executive editor of the SF Bay Guardian - Cynthia Heimel, author of
Sex Tips For Girls - Michelle Orange, McSweeney's guest editor and author of
the Sicily Papers - Alena Hairston, award-winning poet and author of The
Logan Topographies

Oct 21-What I From You; Voices of East Bay Lesbian Poets- 4100 MacArthur
Blvd.,Oakland -7:30pm
Elana Dykewomon, Janell Moon, Jan Steckel, Diana Quartermaine, Dajenya, MK
Chavez, Giovanna Capone, Tesa Rigel, Lea Arellano, Janette Wolf, Robyn
Brooks, Jeanne Lupton and any contributor that would like to join us. * Open
Mic to Follow

October 21- ARNOCORPS-GILMAN - 924 Gilman St. Berkeley-8PM-$6
Rocking in ballsy defiance with: Smogtown, Reagan SS, Rock 'n' Roll
Adventure Kids, and Parasites Go!

October 22- Radical Love Relationship - Long Haul - 3124 Shattuck
Ave,Berkeley-7PM - $20, sliding

(Sun)-"Bad Movie Night" - The Dark Room Theatre- 2263 Mission St, S.F. -8PM
Remember TV's Mystery Science Theatre? The show where they ran those awful
cheesy science fiction movies and had a bunch of jokers seen in silhouette
commenting on them all through the picture?
SCHEDULE- http://www.darkroomsf.com/BMN/BMN.htm

October 22- Clarion Alley Art Festival, -between Mission & Valencia Sts. -
17th & 18th, SF
Bands are playing all day, Floating Corpes at 7:30pm,

October 22- Poetry Bus WordParty-Club Deluxe-1511 haight, SF -7pm sharp-$5
Poets: Jennifer Barone, Joshua Beckman, Andrew Joron, Ingrid Keir, Pablo
Rosales, Dennis Somera, William Taylor, Jr., TRDMRC (Marcus A. Barnett),...
with the Nova Jazz Quartet!!!

October 24-The Sensuous Woman -Plush Room, SF8pm
a new burlesque, comedy and bellydance showcase. Performers include:
Margaret Cho, Lady Monster, Alotta Boutte

October 24- Bay Area Stand-Up Comedy!- Canvas Gallery-1200 9th Avenue,
SF-7:30 PM

October 24-Live sketching/art making by local artists -111 Minna Gallery-111
Minna St., SF-6pm

October 24 Next Slam-El Rio- 3158 Mission St., SF-7:30pm sign-up- $5

October 24 (tues) - Speech Therapy- Anu-43 6th St., SF- 8:30PM- free
Comedy showcase

October 24- ( tuesday night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight
Street, SF-8:30- 11:30pm

October 24-( tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF-
10PM
Music and open mic

October 26-Suspect Thoughts' Reading- A Different Light Bookstore- 489
Castro St., SF-7PM
S. Bear Bergman (Butch Is a Noun) with Thea Hillman (Depending on the Light)

October 26-Babble On -Dog Eared Books -900 Valencia St, SF- 8PM
We'll ply you with cupcakes and wine while Bucky Sinister, Tony Vaguely, and
Shawna Virago make you shiver and tingle in all the right spots.  Plus open
mic

October 26- Rice & Beans Sketch Comedy- Dark Room - 2263 Mission St,
S.F-10PM- $10

October 26-Cheap Bastard Fun Happy Hour - EZ5 Bar, 682 Commercial St. SF -
6-8 p.m.
interactive trivia from the authors of ^(3)San Francisco: The Unknown
City^(2)

October 27- Suspect Thoughts Reading-Dog Eared Books- 900 Valencia St.,
SF-8PM
S. Bear Bergman (Butch Is a Noun)

October 27- UpHill Both Ways Sketch Comedy- Dark Room - 2263 Mission St,
S.F-10PM- $10
I love these guys

October 27-Rock N Roll Horror Show - Rickshaw Stop, -155 Fell at Van Ness,
SF-8PM-$5-10
Festival. Movie at 8p: STREET TRASH ('87) "Eraserhead meets Night of the
Living Dead on the set of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre". Bands to Follow: SIK
LUV, WIRE GRAFFITI, CHARM SCHOOL DROP OUTS, MADELIA @donation, all proceeds
benefit SF IndieFest

October 27, 28, 29-Open Studios- warehouse-3235 Third Street, Oakland

October 28-The Really REALLY Free Market! -Dolores Park, SF12-4pm -
http://www.sf-rrfm.org

October 28-Pirate Cat Radio Halloween Bash -The Li Po Cocktail Lounge-916
Grant St, SF-8pm-$6 DESPERATION SQUAD (L.A., as seen on "America's Got
Talent"), THE FLOATING CORPSES, WEALTHY WHORE ENTERTAINMENT, THE SKOALKANS
(Hattiesburg, MS) PILLOWS

October 28-DEVO- Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, SF-7pm
with Bow Wow Wow, Flock of Seagulls, etc.

October 28- 29-Open Studios - 3235 Third Street, SF-12pm-5pm
There will be a felting demonstration at 3pm both days.There will be
balloons out front. Complimentary tea and cookies to first 1000 people. Some
of the things that you might see! Fashionable Hats and Scarves Paintings of
the Felt and Oil Variety and Adorable Baby Hats (Children's hats too!)

October 28- Women's International Perspective-Theater at New College- 777
Valencia St., SF- 7 pm
a groundbreaking news website of women contributors that reports world news,
opinion, and commentary. The WIP founder Katharine Daniels, and editors,
Chiwan Choi and Sarah McGowa
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LA Shows

1) 10/20/2006 09:00 PM - CAL STATE ANTHRO FUNDRAISER @ HARRY O'S   3600
Highland Ave. Manhattan Beach,
50 Cent Haircut along with the band "Skitch" will be performing to help
raise funds for the Cal State Anthropolgy Department. 9pm-close

2) Nov 18, 7pm - RE/Search PRANKSFEST (Party celebrating PRANKS
  2 Book Release) at Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA. with Frank Discussion and
Jihad Jerry (formerly Jerry Casale, DEVO founder). More TBA.

3#) Regulay film showcase- 7 DUDLEY CINEMA shows the following films at
SPONTO Gallery, 7 Dudley Ave, Venice, 310-306-7330, free admission, 8:00pm,
http://www.81x.com/7dudley/cinema Come early - seating is limited & 7pm
pre-shows 

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HOT TIPS:

Just Listen to these folks - they are such a fuuny band
http://www.organfailure.org

Funny comics & videos by Lev
http://www.ingredientx.com/main.htm

Funny political video (it makes you think)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9Oxql5eGNs

Suicide Robots
http://www.suicidebots.com/

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SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)

1) I am looking for independent musicians and bands who would be interested
in licensing recordings to me at a reasonable fee for an innovative
burlesque exercise video project. I have been teaching "Burlesquercise!"
dance classes for almost 3 years now, gaining attention from local as well
as national press (FoxNews.com, Tucker Carlson, Skin and Ink Magazine, The
SF Guardian, etc). Once this project goes live, I will be sending out press
packages to all of the major womens magazines, health magazines, newspapers,
etc. "Burlesquercise!" is set to become the next big craze, so any band
associated with the project will benefit from all of this exposure.

If your band has an old-timey feel, or if you play jazz, blues, funk, folk,
rockabilly, psychobilly, surf, or other music appropriate for burlesque,
don't miss out on this fabulous opportunity!

I am planning to go live with these videos in November/December 2006, so
please contact me ASAP to get the ball rolling. You can find more info about
"Burlesquercise!" at http://www.bombshellbetty.net. Thank you for your
consideration, and I look forward to hearing from you!

Shake a tail feather!
Betty

Bombshell Betty Dance
http://www.bombshellbetty.net
bombshellbetty@hotmail.com

SUBSCRIBE TO BURLESQUERCISE NEWS!
http://home.ezezine.com/992

2) Greetings. Here's an update on The Messenger, Independent Arts & Media's
new quarterly newspaper.

-- The first issue hit the streets in early September. It was a feast of
words, images, ideas, all tied together by breezily opportunistic art
direction and editing. We ended up adding an extra sheet to present the
combined work of more than 20 contributors using words and images. You may
still be able to find it around the Bay Area. If not, we have a few archival
bundles at Indy Arts HQ in SF. East Bay folks, check with 21 Grand --
www.21grand.org/.

-- Issue two, the Winter 2006 edition, is targeted for mid-December, and
will address the theme of "Power & Democracy." Our editorial focus is "DIY
plus manifesto," and in this regard we welcome fresh ideas and perspectives,
project reports, eyewitness accounts, modest proposals, utopian daydreams,
resource listings, illustrations, previews, features, how-to guides,
documentation of creative interventions, etc. You can download a PDF of the
writer's guidelines here:

       The Messenger * Winter 2006 Contributor Guidelines
       http://artsandmedia.net/iam/objects/Messenger_Winter_Guidelines.pdf
-- If you'd like to advertise, sponsor or subscribe to The Messenger, please
respond to this email, or call Indy Arts at 415/861-5302.


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