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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:

  July 2-SF Mime Troupe's "GodFelles"- Dolores Park, SF -2PM (show starts)-
Come meet me at 1:15Pm for potluck lunch.

June 28& 29, July 21 & 22-The AfroCrusade presents Voodoo Cabaret featuring
The "R" Rated Vincente Vira Lata Puppet Show and Tales and Songs of the 7
African Powers- Shotwell Studios- 3252 19th St, SF- 8pm-$10

June 29- Radio X Benefit - 12 Galaxies, SF- 8:30PM - $10
Come watch AttaBoy & Burke and the birth of a great nw pirate radio station

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ME UPDATES:

I had fun in LA (thanks Jen for letting me stay w/ you).
- Say a Phyllis Diller documentary and a great Venice Beach musician
- Saw a screening of "The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly" in a cementary
- Went to the tattoo festival in Long Beach & saw some great bands
- Got a walking tour of Venices Beaches art history
- Went to a couple gay bars & hung out with friends

more details at http://www.livejournal.com/users/mskittywhore/
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SF EVENTS: now- July 7th-more at http://www.lilycat.com

EXTENDED RUNS

June 21 - July 16 - Mischief cartoons, characters & critters- STUDIO
Gallery- 1718A Polk St., SF
Wed-Fri 11-8 , Sat-Sun 11-6,  Mon-Tue by appt.
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June 28-work from queer literary heroes'-Main Library, Koret Auditorium-100
Larkin St., SF-6 pmJamison Green on Gertrude Stein * Blair on Audre Lord *
Jim Van Buskirk on Violette Leduc Katastrophe on Langston Hughes * Mattilda
on Joanne DeMichelle * Truong Tran on William Dickey Annalee Newitz on
Herculine Barbin * Robert Gluck on Gaius Petronius Michelle Tea on Christine
Jorgensen * Greg Wharton on Sam D'Allesandro

June 27-29- 48 Hour Films Screenings-Roxie Cinema- 3117 16th St., SF-
7PM-9:30PM- $8

June 28 (wednes)-BERZERKELEY SLAM -Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck.
Berkeley-8:30-11pm. $7

June 28 (wednes)- Open Mic- Canvas Gallery - 9th Ave & Lincoln, SF - 7:30PM

June 28 (wednesdays)- Laugh Dammit! - SF Comedy Club -50 Mason, SF- 8PM- $7
hosted by Mike Spiegelman

June 28& 29, July 21 & 22-The AfroCrusade presents Voodoo Cabaret featuring
The "R" Rated Vincente Vira Lata Puppet Show and Tales and Songs of the 7
African Powers- Shotwell Studios- 3252 19th St, SF- 8pm-$10

June 29- 4th ANNUAL T-SHIRT PARTY -111 Minna Street , SF-7pm - Late  -  $5

June 29-(every thurs)-Tourettes--METRO- 201 Broadway, Oakland-8PM - $7

June 29-RETURN TO GRRRLVILLE-Women's Building- 3543 18th St.,SF- 7:30PM - $5
: a night of short documentary films by women

June 29-Comedy Showcase- 50 Mason 50 -Mason Street, SF-8pm-9:30pm- $10
Hosted by Rusty Mahakian Featuring Christine Gelat, Edwin Li, Mike
Spiegelman, Jason Wheeler

June 29-Godspeed - Dolores Park Cafe 501 Dolores St, SF-7-10pm- $7
featuring live performances by Thea Hillman, Cindy Emch, Charlie Anders,
Roxy Monoxide, Daphne Gottlieb, Lauren Wheeler and Meliza Baņales.

June 29- Radio X Benefit - 12 Galaxies, SF- 8:30PM - $10
Come watch AttaBoy & Burke and the birth of a great nw pirate radio station

June 29 -July 22 (thur-Sat)- "Baum For Peace" - The Marsh 1072 Valencia St.,
SF-8pm - $15
Terry Baum in her one woman comedy "BAUM FOR PEACE," describing her
advenutres as the Green candidate for U.S. Congress in San Francisco in
2004.

June 30-August 19-Midnight Mass with Peaches Christ-the Bridge-3010 Geary
Blvd, SF- 12AM- $12
check movie schedule at - http://www.peacheschrist.com

June 30-"Rock Out w/o yr Cock Out"- Edinburgh Castle Pub -950 Geary St., SF-
9PM- $5
with Lipstick Conspiracy

June 30-Night for Godspeed Film Project- Dolores Park Cafe- 501 Dolores
Street- 8pm- $5

June 30-Madame Maraschino's House of Burlesque- Benders, SF- 10PM

June 30-Funny Farm Burlesque Show!-Jon Sims Center -1519 Mission Street,
SF-8 PM-$5-$15
It's Talent Night at the Jon Sims Center for the Seductively Insane, so come
on out for an evening of lurid lunacy, wacky antics and shock treatment by
San Francisco's nuttiest Variety and Burlesque super stars! , Living Legend
Isis Starr, Kitten on the Keys, The Indra, Simone de la Ghetto, Lily le
Rouge,Rose Pistola ,The Twilight Vixen Revue, Erotica reading by Carol
Queen, comedy by Angie Krass

June 30-OpenScreening - Artists' Television Access- 992 Valencia St.,
SF-7.30pm-9 pm- $4
UBMISSIONS: * Max trt: 20m * DVD, miniDV/DVcam, sVHS, sm beta, 8mm and 16mm
* Mail dubs to: "openscreening" 992 Valencia , SF 94110. Contact
openscreening@atasite.org.

July 1-Sizzle-Femina Potens -465 South Van Ness, SF-8PM -$5
Michelle Tea and Raina Bird

July 1(Sat)-Dirty Little Secret-Empire Plush Room's, SF-11PM-$25
Part Camp, Part Burlesque, All Vaudeville baby!

July 2-"Twang Sundays"- Thee Parkside-1600 17th St., SF-4PM-FREE

July 2(Sun)-"Bad Movie Night" - At The Dark Room Theatre- Mission St. betw
18th & 19th, 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?

July 2 & 4-SF Mime Troupe's "GodFelles"- Dolores Park, SF -2PM (show
starts)-free
These guy are so funny

July 3 & October -The Last Word Poetry Series-Pegasus Books-2349 Shattuck
Ave, Berkeley -7PM
JAN STECKEl, JANELL MOON, JEANNE LUPTON

July 3- Bay Area Stand-Up Comedy!- Canvas Gallery-1200 9th Avenue, SF-7:30
PM

July 3- Next Slam-El Rio- 3158 Mission St., SF-7:30pm sign-up- $5

July 3- ( tuesday night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight Street,
SF-8:30- 11:30pm

July 3- ( tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF- 10PM
Music and open mic

July 4-The Winsome Griffles- Knockout, SF- 9PM

July 5- Heather Gold's Law Project- Marsh-1062 Valencia , SF- 8PM-$8-12

July 5-Comedy Noir -Studio Z -314 11th street, SF-8pm- $5
Johnny Steele, Mike Meehan, Colin Mahan, Julia Jackson....

July 5(1st Sat)-Chez Badunka-Dunk-Cat Club-1188 Folsom, SF-10PM- $10
Starring: The Lusty Ladies, Rose Pistola, Serena (Black Widows) Mai Tai,
Darlin' LeBang (Kitty Kitty Bang Bang) and more! MC: Fudgie Frottage, and
Hostess: Princess Pando

July 6-Improv Slam Singing Contest-Off Market Theatre - 965 Mission, SF-8pm
-$15.

July 7-REVEREND HORTON HEAT- The Fillmore, SF-9 PM

July 7 & 8- Strangers With Candy & Midnight Mass Beyond the Valley of the
Dolls Reunion show- Bridge Theatre- 3010 Geary Blvd, SF- 9:30PM

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San Jose, LA & NEW YORK EVENTS:

San Jose - Pacific Art Collective  -
http://www.pacificartcollective.com/cxpo.htm

"Re-visioning Prostitution Policy:
Creating Space for Sex Worker Rights and Challenging Criminalization"
July 9-12 2006 Las Vegas, Nevada (Location provided upon registration)
http://www.desireealliance.org/conference.htm

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LA Shows

1)50 Cent Haircut-6/30-7PM  - FARMERS MARKET SUMMER SERIES- 6333 W. Third
St. (corner of Fairfax), Los Angeles

2) June 9-July 1-GLITCH at LACMA-, 7-9pm
LACMA West -6067 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
GLITCH is an hour-long video screening of new work that utilizes and
exploits video's inherent "glitchy" nature.

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 

4)July 6th- 17th- 24th Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film
Festival- http://outfest.org/

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HOT TIPS:

1) Wacky Radio
http://www.meewsic.com/meewsicradio.asp

2) Great Photographer - meant at tattoo show in LA
http://photomonium.net/index-inner.htm

3) Venice Beach History
http://naid.sppsr.ucla.edu/venice/

4) Best LA wacky Gallery
http://www.laluzdejesus.com/

5) See and hear SUZY WILLIAMS (she is great)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZ-GrEQsEKA

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SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)

1)CineKink Announces
CINEKINK NYC - CALL FOR ENTRIES
"The really alternative film festival"

CineKink NYC is seeking films and videos, of any length and
genre, that explore and celebrate the wide diversity of sexuality.
We're looking to blur some boundaries and will be considering
offerings drawn from both Hollywood and beyond, explicit or not,
with works ranging from documentary to drama, camp comedy to
hot porn - and everything in between. Cutting across
orientations, topics covered at CineKink have included - but are
by no means limited to - BDSM, leather and fetish, swinging,
non-monogamy and polyamory, roleplay and gender bending.
(Far be it from us to define "kink" - if you think your work might
make sense in this context, please send it along!)

Presented by CineKink, an organization dedicated to the
recognition and encouragement of kink-positive depictions in
film and television, the fourth annual event is scheduled for
October 17-22, 2006, with plans to include a short film
competition, audience choice awards, presentations, parties
and a gala kick-off fundraiser.

Film and video submissions have a final postmarked deadline
of July 10, 2006. 

For further information and to download an entry form, visit
www.cinekink.com.

2)TurkeyFest SF 2006 Call For Film Submissions

TurkeyFest SF 2006 is a festival showcasing films that are weird,
unusual, off-beat, humorous, highly original, totally twisted, or
maybe just plain bad.

We are calling upon all independent filmmakers to submit their films
to us, in any length. Exhibition history is irrelevant and there is
no cost to enter or have your films on the program.

However, there are two simple guidelines:

1)Please submit all entries via post, as DVD's and
2)Please do not submit any films as e-mail attachments.

That's it. Please respond to this posting via our e-mail at
beckyknoxx@yahoo.com.  Please tell us about yourself, your movie (or
movies, simultaneous submissions are fine!) and why it would be ideal
to be screened as part of our festival. Please be discriptive and
sell us on your ideas and your work. If it sounds interesting, we'll
get back to you with our mailing address, release forms and details
about the submission process, including deadlines. The Festival will
be held in September.

Again, no cost to submit and if you do, we promise to get back to you
promptly with a yes or a no answer in two to three weeks from date of
submission.

Thanks and Bon Chance from all of us at TurkeyFest SF 2006.

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   Melinda, lilycat, Ms Kittywhore, Boom Boom

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