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SF events 9.20 POWERDOWN Wed. SYMBIOSIS wknd. LoveFest Saturday. Folsom St. Fair Sunday.

also events: Wednesday Sep 20
7:30PM Meet Rob Los Ricos on his first visit to the Bay... 
7:30PM Powerdown 
7:30PM Naked Imperialism 
7:30PM San Francisco Sneak Preview of THE FOREST FOR THE... 
Thursday Sep 21
7:30AM DECLARE Peace & March across the Golden Gate... 
4PM Soul of Justice: an afternoon with Federal Judge... 
6PM SF Declaration of Peace Vigil 
7PM September 21 Talk on Marxism and Feminism 
More Events...


ForestEthics invites you to join us on September 20, 2006, for our 2nd Annual Wine Tasting and Auction at supperclub in San Francisco, from 6:00 - 10:00 pm.

Sip exquisite wines and micro-brews. Savor gourmet hours d'oeuvres. Save Endangered Forests by bidding on rare wines, relaxing getaways, and a wide array of other auction items.

Admission is $50.00. More information to follow. Visit for updates on this event, or contact 
Jessica @ or at 415-863-4563 x312.  


# ForestEthics invites you to our 2nd Annual Wine Tasting and Auction.
September 20, 2006, 6:00 - 10:00 pm, supperclub, 657 Harrison St. (at 3rd Street), San Francisco
Sip exquisite wines. Savor gourmet hors d’oeuvres. Save Endangered Forests by bidding on rare wines, relaxing getaways, and a wide array of other auction items.
The event features tastings from three premier California vineyards, along with live and silent auctions. Please visit our web page for updates on auction items and to reserve one of the supperclub’s chic beds for private seating.
Admission is $50 RSVP at or call 415.863.4563 ext. 312
check this out!


Outdoor Surf Movie Night

This Wednesday, September 20, bring your blankets, beach chairs, dogs, movie pals and the kids down to Park Chalet's grassy lawn by Ocean Beach!

Salt Water Cinema kicks off *FREE* Outdoor Surf Movie Night series with the campy 1987 surf cult classic, North Shore (rated PG) and the trailer for One Winter Story, the documentary on Maverick's first female surfer, Sarah Gerhardt. Enjoy live music by Drifting Sand at 6:30pm, plus a special Park Chalet outdoor grill menu of food, beer, margaritas & hot drinks. Show starts at dusk, about 7:30 pm.

Catch some good Hawaiian surf footage & see *young* Laird Hamilton, 
Occy, and other pros on our 10x20 outdoor screen.

Arrive early for best seating under the Indian Summer stars and heat lamps! For more info, visit 
September 20, 2006 06:30 PM - 09:30 AM

 Park Chalet's grassy lawn 1000 Great Highway
at Ocean Beach (back of Beach Chalet) San Francisco, CA 94121	

Additional Event Information  415.990.1606ß


Wednesday, 9/20, 7:30-9:30 -- EROTIC READING CIRCLE
At Jon Sims Center, 1519 Mission St @ 11th St. in SF

Come join readers as they share their work! Bring something to read or just be part of the appreciative circle of listeners. This is a great place to try out new work (ask for comments if you  like), or get more comfortable reading for other people. Longtime writers will bring thier latest... newly inspired writers, bring that vignette you scrawled on BART while daydreaming on your way to work! Non-judgemental listening guaranteed, all orientations welcome. With Carol Queen and Jennifer Cross.
$5-up sliding scale, but no one turned away for lack of funds.


POWERDOWN     Inspired by Jan Lundberg    215-243-3144 

If the U.S. continues with its current policies, the next decades will be marked by war, economic collapse, and environmental catastrophe. Resource depletion and population pressures are about to catch up with us, and no one is prepared. The political elites, especially in the U.S., are incapable of dealing with the situation and have in mind a punishing game of “Last One Standing.” The alternative is “Powerdown,” a strategy that will require tremendous effort and economic sacrifice in order to reduce per-capita resource usage in wealthy countries, develop alternative energy sources, distribute resources more equitably, and reduce the human population humanely but systematically over time. While civil society organizations push for a mild version of this, the vast majority of the world’s people are in the dark, not understanding the challenges ahead, nor the options realistically available. This film speaks frankly to these dilemmas. Avoiding cynicism and despair, it begins with an overview of the likely impacts of oil and natural gas depletion and then outlines four options for industrial societies during the next decades: Last One Standing: the path of competition for remaining resources; Powerdown: the path of cooperation, conservation and sharing; Waiting for a Magic Elixir: wishful thinking, false hopes, and denial; Building Lifeboats: the path of community solidarity and preservation. Timely, accessible and eloquent, POWERDOWN is crucial information for our times. This is a film presentation by Richard Heinberg of his own recent book by the same name. 

Before and after the film, everyone’s invited to indulge in our Humanist Tea House 

$5 donations are accepted  September 20, 2006 Starts at 07:30 PM

 Humanist Hall 390 27th St Oakland, CA 94612 (btwn Telegraph / Broadway)

Additional Event Information  510-393-5685


THIS Wednesday "FOOD JUSTICE" free showing
9/20 come catch this 20 min. food flick wednite 8pm, it's fresh and locally grown ;-)

A film showing of "FOOD JUSTICE: A Growing Movement" will occur at
Station 40 (3030b 16th Street) free of charge on wednesday evening
(the 20th of September, 2006), most likely starting at 8pm *do
remember that the movie is only 20 minutes, so come too late and you
WILL miss it, although there'll probably be another good one playing
Please attend if you would like to see Alemany Farm in action, and its
volunteers smile, and even speak, on camera.

Here's a blurb-y type thing about the movie:

"Martina Brimmer and Zora Tucker set out to tell the story of unequal
access to food in our urban minority communities as a symptom of
environmental racism and classism.

The extraordinary vision of various organizations in west oakland and
san francisco brings to light the spirit of the food justice movement.

Striving to cultivate justice in their neighborhoods and nourish their
communities, groups such as Oakland Based Urban Gardens, People's
Grocery, Mandela's Market and the volunteers of the Alemany Farm are
confronting social, agricultural and environmental issues that affect
us all.

FOOD JUSTICE: A GROWING MOVEMENT was conceptualized in a cafe in
Prescott, Arizona by two strangers, Zora Tucker and Martina Brimmer.
The project was formally Martina's Senior Project, but instantly
became a mutual adventure as Zora quit her job to accompany Martina.
Neither of them had so much as made home-videos, much less attempted
to document an issue which called for articulate exposure.
The two felt that the issues of urban food security and their
relationship to systemic oppression, environmental racism, health
issues and the failure of our conventional food system needed to reach
the public, with primary distribution within the communities that bear
the consequences of social inequity. It was also their intention as
activists to portray the world which they are striving to create, and
so Martina and Zora focused upon several of many Bay Area grassroots
projects that they feel are the food justice movement."


REVISED YLEM Forum info 9/20: "Artists Remember 9/11"
REVISED INFO 9/10/06   • New meeting place  • Short description, too

YLEM Forum: “Artists Remember 9/11”
Wednesday, September 20, 8 pm
7:30 pm “mix and meet”
boca (Bar Of Contemporary Art)
414 Jessie Street 
(between 5th & Mint, adjacent to the historical Mint building at 5th & Mission, 
2.5 blocks from Rx Gallery, YLEM’s usual meeting place.)
San Francisco, CA 94103 
1 block from the Powell St. BART station
Street parking, or 5th & Mission Garage

Suggested donation sliding scale $5-10 
Open to the public (No one under 21 allowed)

Two artists present explanations for 9/11 at variance with the official 9/11 Commission Report, one sober and factual, the other seriously funny. Also, artists present a proposal for a memorial in Shanksville, PA to Flight #93


Trudy Myrrh Reagan briefly reminisces about YLEM’s 20th anniversary celebration in 2001 held just days after 9/11, and displays the actual comments that people in attendance wrote on the wall about it in their state of shock. 

Trudy Myrrh Reagan is YLEM’s founder.

Chuck Thurston, “Perception, Suggestion and Reality in the Destruction of the World Trade Center Towers - a look at how fear and mass media are combined to create false beliefs in large populations.” 

After a brief but riveting overview of overwhelming evidence supporting the controversial explosive-demolition hypothesis of the destruction of the World Trade Center, Thurston will show how it is part of a long and continuing history of “false flag” provocations, ones which have propelled us into many wars. 

Thurston is an independent artist and expert on high-end digital printing.

Frank Garvey, “The Real 9/11 Conspiracy - Solved!”

Surrealist Frank Garvey presents yet another 'conspiracy' theory on these events. Garvey believes that they flowed inexorably from the structural decisions of the ruling classes in the U.S., Saudi Arabia and elsewhere. In response to the revolutionary rise of Arab nationalism in the 1960's, these power structures have much in common behind the veils of their respective religions. They decided to siphon off the social discontent of poor masses in the Middle East into supposedly more impotent channels, with the help of very reactionary elements in Islam. Garvey’s theory spins off a whole series of outrageous branches and tentacles which will astound and outrage the most tolerant of attendees, no matter what their ideology, income level or hairstyle. 

Frank Garvey has been delighting people with mordant humor and robotic mischief in his OmniCircus Junkyard Cabaret since 1988.

Paula Levine and Susan Schwartzenberg, “Currents: a proposal for a memorial to Flight #93.”

In the fall of 2005, artists Susan Schwartzenberg, Peter Richards and Paula Levine, in collaboration with landscape architect, Tom Leader, designed and submitted a proposal commemorating the crash of United Airlines, Flight #93.  The plane originally departed from Newark, New Jersey, and was bound for Los Angeles California when it crashed in an open, nonresidential old mining field just outside of Shanksville, Pennsylvania.  

The proposal was in response to an international call for submissions to design a commemorative to be located on the site of the plane crash. Currents was designed to counter the tendency of monuments to delimit and flatten history.  It aimed to create an active commemorative that would grow and change over time using a design that incorporated a large reclamation project, education and research on site,  and a large Global Positioning Satellite network of site embedded narratives that wove throughout the large memorial site.  

Schwartzenberg and Levine will talk about this collaboration within a larger context of memorials and history, and explore culture’s current compulsion to memorialize prior to the necessary shift from visceral to collective cultural memory.  

Susan Schwartzenberg, a senior artist at the Exploratorium, is a photographer and visual artist. Paula Levine, professor of conceptual and information arts at SFSU, specializes in locative media like uses of GPS and maps.

Sponsored by YLEM: Artists Using Science and Technology
Main office: PO Box 31923, San Francisco, CA 94131

Contact: Trudy Myrrh Reagan, forum @ 650-856-9593


Talk about sex at One Taste  	Wednesday, September 20   8:00 PM
Imagine this: A room full of turned on people with their full attention on you. They raise their hands, the facilliator calls on them, and they get to ask you a question on any topic on any level of intensity. 

"What is your favorite sexual position?" 
"What turns you on?" 
"What makes you the most jealous?" 

You've got three options - (a) Tell the truth, (b) Lie, or (c) refuse to answer. Just like life. What would you do? 

Come experience this and more at the InSight Institute's weekly IN Group. At these groups, we play structured communication games aimed at you having more intimacy and fun in your life. Can you imagine a life full of pleasure? Come and find out how. Singles, couples, friends, communities, and more invited. 

When: Thursday nights: 7:45pm to 10:30pm 
Cost: $10 sliding scale 
Contact: 415.503.1100 - 
Where: Hosted by One Taste Urban Retreat Center 1074 Folsom at 7th Street

PARK(ing) Day 2006 
 	Thursday, September 21, 2006 - Sunday, September 21, 2008 
10:00 AM
PARK(ing) Day is this Thursday ,September 21st! 

REBAR opened eyes worldwide by temporarily transforming a metered parking spot into a PARK. We reclaimed the street for people…at least until the meter ran out! 

Now the challenge is up to you. 
REBAR, with support from The Trust for Public Land (TPL) want you, the most creative minds in San Francisco and around the globe, to create the most innovative PARK in a parking spot. 

Please join us as we transform parking spots into PARK(ing) spaces: temporary public parks in areas that need open space – enlivening the streets and improving the quality of urban human habitat. 

more info


9/21: SF Declaration of Peace against Iraq War Vigil (downtown / civic / van ness)
 Outdoor Free SF Bay Area 
Declaration of Peace Music, Song, Dance, and Prayer VIGIL 

6:00-8:30pm plus drumming circle which starts at 2:00 

Thursday, September 21, 2006 Tentative evening schedule: 

2:00-6:00pm Warm up Drumming Circle for all – bring a drum to bang out a beat. 
6:00-6:30pm Easy "Dances of Universal Peace" Dancing for all; 
6:30-7:00pm “Singing Bowl” Harmonics session – (bring a resonating bowl or bell). 
7:00-8:00pm Taizé and other Prayer chanting from various spiritual and faith traditions; 
8:00-8:30pm Peace & spiritual songs old and new singing for everyone. 
8:30-9:00pm Everyone please help pick up the area to leave it as we found it. 

1 Carlton B Goodlett Pl (City Hall Plaza)  San Francisco, CA 94102  (POLK @ GROVE)

“Help stop the war in Iraq” 
(Please bring a small flashlight or liquid fluorescent light instead of a candle due to reading songs/prayers and high activity participation – and Print out your own words to the songs and prayers before you come. See the link below) 

Please RSVP: 

This is a FUN and spiritual participatory peaceful interfaith and persons of conscience & concern for the war in Iraq gathering of music, song, dance, and prayer where everyone participates. 

Organizer contact: Michael Payne 415 819-2380 
e-mail: mpayne at 
-	See for updated Vigil information 
-	such as links to the words, songs, and prayers etc.


Love Fest This Week!

Hello Lovers! 
The wait for one of the parties of the year is almost over. 
LoveWeek is here! All of us at Love HQ can hardly contain our excitement over all the fun in store for the city and the scene. For starters, we're proud to announce the original founder of Loveparade Berlin, Dr. Motte, will be our special guest to give a keynote speech to kick off the parade at 12 noon on Saturday. What better way to start the the next evolution of love in America? We thought so too! 
LoveWeek starts this Wednesday at a special Sooper Qool LoveFest edition of the famous Qool happy hour located at 111 Minna @ 2nd. 
Thursday we dine and dance at Supperclub with a dinner starting at 7:30pm and dance afterwards starting around 11pm. Supperclub is at 657 Harrison St. @ 2nd. Reservations for dinner still available. 
Friday night we have the Official LoveFest pre-party, presented by Opel and Lee Coombs. Thrust for Love will feature 3 areas of sound, with Lee Coombs and locals stars, and will be at Mighty: 119 Utah St. @ 15th. 
Saturday floats start to gather at 2nd and Market at ~11am, sound fires up at 11:30, and we kick it off at 12 noon. Please come see the keynote address by Dr. Motte, a true visionary of dance culture.
The Official LoveFest after party Spundae and Skills after party will be on the doorstep of the festival and features 3 rooms of world class talent including Paul Oakenfold, Christopher Lawrence, Bad Boy Bill, DJ Dan, Dieselboy, and much much more!
And Sunday, when you haven't had enough, head down to the End Up for the LoveFest closing party presented by theendup and listedsf, in association with Funkycozy and satellitesf. Wow! 


PEACE WALK and Evening Musical Jam 
Host: 	Eah Herren and Ross Holzman
Location: 	Alamo Square Park
Steiner and Hayes, San Francisco, CA View Map
When: 	Thursday, September 21, 8:00am
Thursday, September 21st is the International Day of Peace. 

Please Join us for a Celebration; a Peace Walk through San Francisco and an evening of Music and Merriment at the SOMA Creativity Center.

PEACE WALK Schedule of Events:

8am > Gather at Alamo Square Park for Morning Meditation, Movement 
and Music.

10am> Peace Walk departs for Golden Gate Park, passing through the 

10.30> Gathering at Hippy Hill in Golden Gate Park. 
We will then make our way down the Haight. 

12 noon> Assembly at Civic Center for a pause, gathering friends and 
playing music.

1.30pm> Meditation at Union Square.

3pm> Gathering in Delores Park for Closing Ceremony; prayer,
music and refreshments.

Please contact Eah (415-722-4282) or Ross (415-385-4065) for details regarding the Peace Walk, your participation, and/or joining us along the way.


7-11pm> Following this day of prayer and peaceful intention, we will gather for an evening of Musical Performance featuring the Birthday Girl, Eah, along with her fabulous crew of talented Musicians for dance and continued celebration.

The Evening Gathering and Birthday Celebration will occur at: 

The SOMA Creativity Center
81 Langton St. Suite 13 
(Langton is located between 7th and 8th St, off of Folsom St, next to Brainwash.)
San Francisco, CA 94103

We look forward to seeing you there!


9/21: 6pm:   1906 SF Earthquake - 3D Presentation & Book Signing 
 "Stereoviewing 1906: The San Francisco Earthquake in 3-D" by David Burkhardt 
Special 3-D Presentation & Book Signing 
California Historical Society - Gallery 
678 Mission St., @ 3rd St / 2nd St. San Francisco 
6 p.m. - Admission is FREE 

David Burkhardt, author of "The 1906 San Francisco Earthwuake in 3-D" will be at the California Historical Society to make a unique presentation! Stereo cameras and viewers were all the rage at the turn of the century and David Burkehardt has exhibited in his book some of the best stereo photographs of the 1906 earthquake. 

Also, 1906 earthquake survivor, Herbert Hamerol (age 103) will be joining us! He will be available to answer questions about the 1906 happenings after the presentation. 

Arrive early for this can't miss evening to get a good seat and a pair of 3-D glasses! 

For more information about this event and the California Historical Society, please visit our website at or call 415.357.1848, ext. 229.


Dellums won. What happens next is up to us. JOIN US 9/21 6-9pm Oakland

Breaking Our Addiction to Oil?
New Jobs in Green Construction?
Energy Independence for Oakland?
Is the new environmentally-sustainable economy strong enough to lift Oakland's people out of poverty? Can Oakland become the nation's leading "green-collar" city?

The Oakland Apollo Alliance presents a
SOLUTIONS SALON on "Green-Collar Jobs"

Featuring Aya de Leon, Nancy Nadel, Van Jones, and more!

Thursday, September 21
6 - 7pm: Reception and light food (please bring your own cup and eating utensils, if possible)
7 - 9pm: Discussion

Laney College Theatre
900 Fallon Street, Oakland, CA (near Lake Merritt BART Station)
Laney College Campus Map:
Co-sponsored by the Peralta Community College District


Dialogue. Inspiration. Community. A "Solutions Salon" is more than your typical panel discussion. It's a chance to ask hard questions and deal thoughtfully with some of Oakland's biggest problems... and opportunities. For this event, we'll be discussing "Green-Collar" jobs: Can Oakland become a national leader in providing living-wage jobs in environmentally friendly enterprises? Join us and be part of the solution!


The Oakland Apollo Alliance is a coalition of labor unions, environmentalists, and community organizations working to create high quality jobs in the modern energy economy, revitalize underserved communities and improve the environment.

The Oakland Apollo Alliance is co-convened and staffed by the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights and IBEW Local 595. For more about the event and the Oakland Apollo Alliance, e-mail Ian Kim at ian @

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9/21: 8pm Outdoor showing of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington! (mission district)

Reply to:
Date: 2006-09-19, 3:24PM PDT

Come to Dolores Park this Thursday to see Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. This event is a fundraiser for Charlie Brown, Congressional Candidate running against John Doolittle, lap poodle for Tom Delay. Check out for more info

Like Mr. Smith, Charlie Brown is a man of integrity intent on ending corruption in Washington D.C. He is running against John Doolittle, the lap-poodle for Tom Delay and known as one of the most corrupt politicians in Washington.

Help take back Congress by coming to a fundraiser for Charlie Brown, where the emphasis is on FUN! Meet the candidate, but don’t forget your checkbook or credit card! With enough re$ources, Charlie will win in November.

What: “Free” Outdoor screening of the classic and OSCAR award-winning Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

When: Thursday, Sept. 21st at 6:30 p.m. How can start at daylight? So I'm guessing more like 8pm?

Where: Dolores Park (Corner of 20th/ Dolores)

More info: Check out the Charlie Brown campaign websites at and

Questions? Want to volunteer? Email
Please forward this to as many people as possible to help get the word out.
Send Mr. Brown to Washington!!


Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit for details and updates
 September 21 Barbara Deutsch
Advocate and practitioner of Gardens for butterflies.
+ Kendra Johnson California FarmLink


# Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance Meeting
Thursday, September 21, 2006
at The Grand Lake Neighborhood Center
530 Lake Park Avenue,(between Lakeshore Avenue and Grand Avenue) in Oakland
7:00 p.m. to 10:00p.m.


# American Monetary Reform Conference Chicago, Sept. 21-24, 2006
Before the US Civil War, there were 300 forms of currency in America.
Now we live in a fascist dictatorship, and dissent is not allowed.
Note: the Freemen of Montana each served 10 years for circulating alternative currency.
This is how the busted the FreeMen post Waco.
Learn the laws of sovereignty to escape this death.


# Sep 21-25 arts music lifestyle gathering
Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California.   Here is a flyer on


The intention of Symbiosis is to create a gathering space for people
to exchange ideas, express creativity, explore spirituality, camp
together, and enjoy themselves in a positive and nurturing
environment. We seek to align ourselves for positive change through
the creative arts, music, holistic medicine, and communal networking.
Join us for a variety of workshops, guest speakers, and activities to
enrich your life in addition to a full-strength international
psychedelic music bill.

Confirmed Artists for 2006:

Live Trance & Techno:
HALLUCINOGEN (Twisted Records/Coast II Coast - U.K.)
PROTOCULTURE (Nano - South Africa)
X-DREAM (Gravity Plus - Germany)
PIXEL (HomMega - Israel)
SUN CONTROL SPECIES (Iboga/Zenon - Australia)
EARTHLING (Spun Records - Ibiza, Spain)
KRUMELUR (Zenon - Sweden)
CHROMATONE (Vaporvent - SF)
RANDOM (Geomagnetic.TV - SF)

Trance & Techno DJs:
Osiris Indriya (Iboga, Seattle) - Treavor Moontribe - Sentient -
Ricardo - G.A.M.M.A. - Triptamine - Kiva - Gatto Matto

Live Chillout:
SHPONGLE (Twisted Records/Coast II Coast - U.K.)
TIPPER (Tippermusic - Seattle/U.K.)
OTT (Twisted Records - U.K.)
PITCH BLACK (Waveform - New Zealand)
BLUE TECH (Native State - Oregon)
GHOST (Nano - South Africa)
SPOONBILL (Omelette Records - Australia)
PHUTUREPRIMITIVE (Native State - Oregon)
WATERJUICE (Vaporvent - SF)

Chillout DJs:
Pedro (Reality Engine - Brazil) - Matyas (Reality Engine - Brazil)

Live Bands and Fusion groups:
SPORQUE (Zilla members feat. Ooah)
EOTO (Travis and Jason from SCI)

Breakbeats, IDM, and Electro:
JNR HACKSAW (Trigger - U.K.)
SKREAM (Tempa, Big Apple, Tectonic - U.K.)
30hz (Vertical Sound, Lot49, Supercharged - Bristol, U.K.)
EVAC (Quadrant 5, NYC)
KRADDY (Refiner Records/Muti Music - SF)
ESKMO (Cyberfunk, Downbeat, Vertical Sound - CA)
OOAH (Glitch Mob/LABA - LA)
SEEDLING ESCAPE (Glitch Mob/Troubled Youth - CA)
Danny (Moontribe/Symbiosis - CA) - Goldilox - Lil John - Rodman -
James Christopher with Magic Wonder Kid - B.I.G. crew (feat. Jamin
Creed, DJ Monk, Subtek, The One & MC Child) - Brian Seed - RD - Mozaic
- Maximillian - DonnaMatrix - Majitope - Boreta - the bARb - Mochipet
- Bender

Hip-Hop and Experimental Beats:
Telephone Jim Jesus - Books on Tape - True Force w/ MC Abstract Rude,
Turntablist Bean, & Live Drummer - Icarus Jones Family Band - What For
You? - J Tonal - Citizen 10

Goddess Alchemy Project
Entheogen "LIVE MOVIE" performance
Audette Sophia and friends

Robert Forte - Mystery Traditions
Leonard Schlain - Women, Sex, Time
Stacia Butterfield - Holotropic Studies
Dan Whaley - Peak Oil & Carbon Sequstration
K. Trout - Plant Allies
Marisha Auerbach - Home Garden Revolution
David Krafchow - 2012 and the Hebrew Calendar
Robin Sylvan - Trance Dancing
Cornflower - Circle Singing
Kid Beyond - Looping
Nature - Comedy Playshop

Tai Chi

Kris D.
David Heskin

ART SHOW by Tribe 13

Autumn Equinox Ritual


On September 18th through the 21st Symbiosis Gathering and CSOUL
proudly present a four-day orientation to permaculture principles. In
a very practical effort, the crew will present a survey of principles
important in organic sustainability and execute essential preparations
to get the land ready for the festival. The staff includes certified
instructors and activated individuals who will cover concepts such as:

Basic Permaculture Priciples : Mycoremediation : Agroforestry : Animal
Husbandry : Healing Wisdom of Herbs : Nature Awareness : Swales and
Gabions : Greywater Systems : Renewable Resources : Natural Building

Come onsite early and build an eco-logical foundation for the event.
Enrollment limited to 30 people.

$75 early bird tickets until Burning Man starts (27 Sept).
$95 @ - online sales end september 20th
Tickets will be in stores for $95, check website for locations.
$120 at the door if available

# Fri Sep 22 NEW MOON


Opel Brings you the LOVE @ LoveFest Weekend SF 
	Friday, September 22, 2006 -  10:00 PM
Where is the Love?? 

Just follow the Opel Crew.. they gotta lockdown on talent this weekend with enough LOVE for all y'all!!! 

Thrust For Love - Opel SF @ Mighty $10 Presales 


Talent: Lee Coombs :: Laird (Get Yer Freak On), Syd Gris (Opel / Opulent Temple), Mozaic (Nexus), Tamo, (Angels of bAss), Viajay (Angels of bAss / FnF), J9 (Angels of bAss), Nathan Vain (Opulent Temple), Vinkalmann (Opulent Temple) more tba 

LoveFest Float #14: ~One Love, Many Beats~ Look for the 14' O-Pod from BM's Opulent Temple :) 

11:30-12:30 Gil, 12:30-1:15 Melyss, 1:15-2 Scott Carrelli, 2-2:45 Hoj, 2:45-3:45 Spesh, 3:45-4:30 Jondi, 4:30-5:15 Syd Gris, 5:15-6 Lee Coombs, 6-7 Rennie Pilgrem, 7-8 Hyper 

Opel AfterParty - *Love Infusion* $20 Presales

Talent: Rennie Pilgrem (, Hyper (Hope / Thrive, UK), General Midi (TCR / Distinctive / Kilowatt / Boombox, UK), Penta (Portugal), Jahbo (Denmark), Carbon Community (Sober Music / Bless, Dallas, TX), J-Break (Afterdark Records, Florida), Hoj (Opel /, Melyss (Opel / Sister SF / Cheeky) + The Evil Breaks maestros Aaron Jae, Bam, M.O.D., Athena + Jay Vigor (StrategiK), Liam (Tantra), Moondoggy) 

SOMA Arts Center 
934 Brannan @ 8th-9th 
SF, CA 94105 United States 

also added a whole awesome chill line up, brought to you by the Ambient Mafia: 

Mo Corleone (Want It, Ambient Mafia) 
Calamity Jane (WOM, Ambient Mafia) 
Hickory vs Sixty4k (rEvolution, Ambient Mafia) 
Seventh Swami (Want It, Ambient Mafia) 
Speakeasy Ray (Hope Chest, Ambient Mafia) 
Redstickman (FnF, Ambient Mafia) 
4matt (ambient mafia, secret breakedelica) 


#  09/23-SF LOVE PARADE 
Civic Center Plaza Polk St. and Grove St

including: Paul Oakenfold, Massive Attack, Grandmaster Flash, Bad Boy Bill, Christopher Lawrence, Rennie Pilgrem, Lee Burridge, Junkie XL (Live), DJ Dan, Kaskade, Lee Coombs, Miss Kitten, Donald Glaude, Richard Vission, DJ Rap, Darude, DJ Shadow, D:Fuse, Hyper, Dieselboy, Andy Moor, Aphrodite, Dyloot, John Howard, Steve Porter, Luke Fair, Penta, General Midi, Simply Jeff, Deekline & Wizard, Jahbo, Nick Thayer, and much much more to be announced!

We’re also excited to announce the first round of LoveFest floats chosen, with more to come including floats from Spundae / Skills / Beatport, Opel / Qool / SF Station, Supperclub / IN Grooves, Tantra, Space Cowboys, Sound A.M. / Omnis Recordings / Sound of Mind, Anon Salon, Bay Area Drum n Bass Collective, Vau de Vire Society, Project Alma, Nutbass Records, Disfunktion Crew / Seismic / Mighty, Pleasure Zone, Evil Breaks / Strategik, LiveLife Culture, Thursday Night Productions, The Purgatory Cruiser / Yellow #5 & Ooze System, San TRANCEcisco / Dream GenuineUs , KCRH Radio / / Zapatistas / DubStar, and more to be announced! 

A free dance parade down the heart of San Francisco, a massive festival by donation at the Civic Center plaza, a take over of City Hall, and the official after party at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium produced by Spundae and Skills with an incredible line up. You can’t miss this! If you’re out of town now is the time to make travel plans. We’ll be working to put together some deals with hotel partners, check back on the site often. 

LoveWeek events start Wednesday, September 20th, with our official kick off event at the famous Qool Happy Hour. Thursday we celebrate a special dinner, reception, and night of super clubbing at the Supperclub. Friday night is the official LoveFest pre-party presented by Opel at Mighty, Thrust for Love, with Lee Coombs. Then Saturday is where it all comes together starting at 12 Noon! 

Would you like to help us pull it off? San Francisco LoveFest is an all volunteer non-profit organization, whose goal is to put on an event that creates and fosters love, community, respect, peace, fun, and a platform for dance culture to shine in a world full of turmoil. We could use your help in a number of ways. Please see the Volunteer section of the site for ways you can help! The Love is Coming.  Stay tuned.


# San Francisco LoveFest:  A Dance Music Parade and Festival 
 Together we will once again rock the streets of San Francisco on Saturday, September 23rd! 
 Once again 30+ floats of every genre of beat will wind it's way down Market St., park and continue the party at the Civic Center Plaza, and continue into the night in parties throughout the city, including the official San Francisco LoveFest after party at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium presented by Skills and Spundae.


Saturday, September 23 at 11:30 am
Talk, reading, and book signing with Marion Nestle
CUESA is proud to host what is sure to be a lively talk and book signing with Marion Nestle. In her latest book, What to Eat, Nestle takes you on a guided tour of the supermarket; along the way she untangles the issues, decodes the labels, clarifies the health claims, and debunks the food industry's sales hype. Nestle is the Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University and is also author of Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health. To learn more, go to
Location: Port Commission Hearing Room, on the second floor of the Ferry Building in San Francisco
This is a free event. Books will be for sale by Book Passage.


Next Anon - LoveFest - Sat Sep 23th 10pm-5am 285 9th St @ Folsom


Sat. Sept. 23rd
LoveFest Parade   
Parade down Market Street noon-3:00pm; Parked mahem in Civic Center 3:00pm-8:00pm.
Come join your bay area community of beautifully-freaky circus and performance-art families as we parade down Market Street this sat..  We're putting some rediculous effort into providing a creative platform for all you show-offs to be seen and heard.  The float concept is Bohemian Carnival "Ship of Fools".  Vau de Vire's Justin Young and the illustrious Shrine  (LA's Lucent Dossier), are spearheading the crew in converting our 40' tour bus into an elaborate vessel-o-love while we tow a trailer full of bass-thumping clowns. We invite all of the local families/tribes to take ownership of this here 'ship of fools'...we built it for you.
Sept. 23rd (LoveFest after-party)
Bohemian Carnival - @ DNA Lounge, 375 11th st., SF, $15,  9pm-late
You've asked for it and now we finally deliver...a monthly circus orgy in our own backyard.  Vau de Vire, Circus Metropolis and bi-polar productions are bursting with excitement in announcing the inaugral launch of a tittilating monthly event at our favorite venue in town.  Taking place every 3rd Sat. of the month, Vau de Vire Society and Gooferman along with a variety of Local, National and International guests will offer up a unique night of entertainment for those of you itching to shake your ass in an interactive debauched party.  If you only leave the house once a month, then Bohemian Carnival should be your soul/sole stop.
Sept. 23rd Line up:
Vau de Vire Society
Angelo Moore (Fishbone) and Jila (Rabbit in the Moon)
The Jazz Mafia
El papachango (El Circo)
1 Man Banjo
The art-magic of Shrine (Lucent Dossier, LA)
Tim Barsky
w/ Vatra, Keno & Aza, EOTOE, Klown Kollective, Fire Arts Collective... and many more sexy Freaks abound.
more info. @ 


Celebrating SF LOVEFEST Saturday, September 23, 2006
In Two Parts - Day & Night
Join the mad love-besieged RamaLamaLoveMonkeys aboard the hallowed "Magic Bus" as we roll down Market St, beginning around Noon, ending at Civic Center Plaza - $10 donation at CCP.
A LoveFest Kirtan Raiser!   Featuring...
~ ADRIAN & the MYSTERIOUS D (Bootie, Rebel DJs)
~ KASHIA (Anon Salon)
~ SMOOVE (Funketronic)
~ PATRICIO (Space Island, LABA)
~ KID (Anon Salon)
~ ADAM OHANA (Get Freaky)
~ LAZY SLAVE (Anon Salon, Dustfish)
~ HAREESH ON MARS (Magic Dance/Sedona)
~ JOCELYN (Get Freaky)
Don't fight it...cause SAMAHDILOVESYOU, big time!
@ ANON GALLERY 285 9th St. (@ Folsom/SF) 10pm UNTIL LATE!

 Suggestive Donations:
B4 10:30 -$10/ Tantralizing- $15/ Sanskirt - $20/
 Featuring... ~ Mighty Humaleuyahs ~ ~ CHRIS SIA (EL Circo)
~ LAIRD (Get Yr Freak ON!) ~ MEI-LWUN (UMO Recordings)
~ DFUNKT (EZLuv) ~ SHISSLA (House of Lotus)
~ THE ZOOPY SHOW!  (Live Japanimation Phunk w/ Puppetz & Stripperz)
~ MOTION POTION (Fringe, Sunset Prods) ~ ZAPPER (Live Hardware)
~ EYE MELT/ Parade Video by RADIA
~ KARAOKE LOVE/ Holy-Graphic Love Songs!
~ Air-brushed Booty Parlor? CLAY CHOLLAR
~ Ace FacePaint: OCEANA ~ First -Time Burner? DEE DEE RUSSELL
~ Absinthe Truffles? ZoEcACAo ~ LIGHTN' WIRE ~ ROOF GARDEN & More!
To Subscribe or Unsubscribe to the ANON SALON/ pARTy/SCIENCE
Mailing List, go to...




PETA in SF for demo on Sunday, Sept 24th, volunteers needed
Mike Brazell from PETA will be in San Francisco this upcoming weekend to protest the Folsom 
Street Fair.  This will be a colorful demonstration, and they need your help with the 

Holding posters, talking to passersby, taking pictures, helping with set up and breakdown of 
the demo, and just having a good time and showing your support for the animals.

The demonstration itself will be on the 24th with the location TBD, from 2-3pm. 

If you are interested in lending a hand, please contact, or you can reach him 
by cell phone at 757-943-0503.  Please let him know if you have any ideas for possible 
demo locations.
To subscribe to Bay Area Animal Rights Network please send blank email to:

# FlirtyFlirty, NK7 and R-Squared and Spundae Present:
 Loving It A LoveFest Pool Party Sunday, September 24th
2pm-2am (all day and night)
 Bambuddha Lounge 601 Eddy Street at Larkin, SF
 Four of your favorite local promoters team up to bring you the second to last pool party of the season at Bambuddha Lounge! We'll have tropical drinks, Pan Asian treats from the grill, drink specials, face painting by Georgia, manicures sexy people, dance performances and more!
 DJs:  D:Fuse (live DJ set) BaLi { Skye}
Hoj {} Jeffrey Allen {
Laird {Get Yer Freak On} Rooz {R-Squared}
Seven {NK7 Productions/Lo-Rise} Smoove {Newsbreaks}
Sol {Solsound Music} Special Surprise Guest!  2pm-2am; $15 cover  


# Member Orientation  Palo Alto
 Acterra 3921 E. Bayshore Rd., Palo Alto, CA View Map
When: 	Tuesday, September 26, 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Phone: 	(650) 962-9876 x346
Acterra invites all new and prospective members to become part of our growing community. Come meet other Acterra members and explore all the ways we are “greening” our region.
Plus: Hear Peter Drekmeier, one of Acterra’s founders (and a Palo Alto City Councilmember), talk about the PLAN initiative to preserve open space which will be on the November ballot.
Come at 6:30 to enjoy a light supper and convivial conversation before the event.


# How Architects Can Reverse Global Warming (2 HSWs) 
Sep 28 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm AIA San Francisco 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600
Ed Mazria, AIA, believes architects must become leaders in the fight against global warming. His recently launched 'Architecture 2030'  <> draws a connection between building design and global warming, with research indicating that building design and construction could have a greater effect on reversing global warming than any other industry sector. Considering this research, the AIA Board of Directors released a policy statement calling for a 50% reduction in use of fossil fuels for buildings in four years, with additional reductions leading to eventual carbon-neutrality by 2030. Mazria will present his vision for how to meet these goals. 
$10 AIA Members; $20 Nonmembers
Register Early, Space Limited. Registration Link:


Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit for details and updates
September 28 Dee Harley Harley Goat Farms
+Ali Budner and Brooke Budner (twin sisters)
OAEC, Manic Organic, Full Belly Farm, South Side Community Land Trust


# "Economics" with Doug Dowd  a loose-jointed Marxist
      Through Thursday, September 28, 2006
      Class: "Economics" with Doug Dowd
 Doug Dowd's popular course on economics will meet twice a month from 
April through September. A San Francisco native, Dowd is a radical 
economist, economic historian, currently a professor at two universities in 
Italy, the author of more than a dozen books, and lifelong political 
activist. Doug calls himself a loose-jointed Marxist and a full-fledged 
Veblenian -- he's The Peoples' Economist. His latest book is The Broken 
Promises of America.
 Time:  7pm.
 Location:  Modern Times Bookstore, 888 Valencia St., at 20th St., San 
 Cost:  Free.
  Info:  415-282-9246,


# FireDrums IV Thursday, September 28th - Sunday, October 1st, 2006 
Cutter Scout Reservation   2500 China Grade Road   Boulder Creek, CA 95006
Download Road map to Cutter Scout Reservation:


FireDrums IV 
Thursday, September 28th - Sunday, October 1st, 2006 

FireDrums is about bringing the global Fire Arts and Drumming Communities together to share knowledge and to propel these burgeoning Art Forms forward. The past 3 FireDrums were blessed with some of the most epic Fire and Drumming Jams of all time with participation from some of the world's most amazing Fire Dancers and Drummers. Truly inspirational! 

FireDrums will always be open to everyone at any skill level even if you've never lit-up. Whether you're learning, teaching, sharing, inspiring, or being inspired, we welcome anyone interested in being part of the abundance of advancement that occurs when a convergence of this magnitude transpires. We look forward to revisiting old friendships and creating new ones with those who love the beat of the drums and the warmth and glow of the flame. 

Everyone was a beginner at some point in their development and you can often learn just as much from teaching as you can from being taught. There will be organized and impromptu interactive workshops in the various disciplines of the Fire and Flow Arts and Drumming throughout the gathering. 

LOCATION: We've secured the beautiful Cutters Scout Reservation exclusively for our next FireDrums gathering. Cutter Scout Reservation is a full-service camping facility located in the coastal mountains of California above Santa Cruz. This breath-taking 300 acre camp ground is located 25 miles from Santa Cruz and 67 miles from San Francisco. Cutter is about 2,200 feet in elevation and it's in some of the last old-growth redwoods on the West Coast. There is a full-size swimming pool, a small lake with canoes, hiking trails, bathrooms & showers with running water, bbq's, and so much more! 

Things to bring: Your highest self, fire toys, drums, fuel, fire safety equipment, whatever you need to be happy in the woods, camping gear, tent, food, drinking water, friends & family, flashlight, sun screen, bathing suit, layers for varying temperatures, love & good vibes. 

Things not to bring: alcohol, dogs, bad vibes. 

As always, this is a LEAVE NO TRACE gathering! 

Please car pool as there is very limited parking! 

These 2 previous topics are VERY IMPORTANT POINTS! 

This is a scout camp located within a beautiful national forest and it's our 1st gathering at this location. It's imperative that we show absolute respect for their beautiful land or we will not be invited back again. We have conveyed to Cutters how wonderful and respectful everyone has been at our past 3 gatherings and that FireDrums is not a rave or party scene. 

Total capacity is strictly capped at 600 attendants by the Cutter Ranger! 

Advanced Purchase Tickets: $40 
*Only the 1st 450 pre-sold tickets are available at this price* 
*The last 150 advanced tickets will be $50* 

On-Sight (Gate) Tickets: $50 
*Only available if FireDrums doesn't sell-out from Advanced Purchase Tickets* 

To purchase tickets and for more info, please go to 

Ticket price includes entrance to the gathering, use of all of the features listed above, up to 72 hours of camping, swimming, and lots of fun! By securing the reservation for our exclusive use, we can now put the funds received towards making this an even better experience for everyone at a lower individual cost than past FireDrums gatherings. 

Cutter Scout Reservation 
2500 China Grade Road 
Boulder Creek, CA 95006

Road map to Cutter Scout Reservation: mutililated the above link.

See ya at FireDrums IV!!! 

burn bright, 
love, laughter & light... 
Vatra & Sky


# Berkeley Juggling Festival will happen again this year at King
Middle School in Berkeley on 9/29 and 10/1.


# Fri Sep 29 5:30 pm Justin Herman Plaza Market @ Embarcadero.
Bring your bike, helmet, light, costume, music, fliers, PARTY!
Nice bikes block cross traffic a half block ahead of the mass.
Agro bikes block crosss traffic several bikes ahead of the mass.
Be nice. Don't piss off the cars and they won't seek revenge.

# Sept. 29 - Oct. 1 Inspiring Masculine Presence -- Unleashing Feminine Fire Scott 510-836-2041




#  Sep 30 – Oct 1 World Vegetarian Day Celebration SF
Come to San Francisco, the beautiful city by the Bay, for the 7th 
Annual Award Winning World Vegetarian Day Celebration  
  International Vegan Cuisine
     Healthy Food Demos
     Outstanding Speakers 
     Organic Athlete Conference
     Live Entertainment
     Children's Corner
     Eco-Ville and Eco-Fashion
  Saturday, September 30, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. 
 Sunday, October 1, 10 – 6 p.m.  	
 San Francisco County Fair Building
 Lincoln & 9th Avenue in Golden Gate Park $5 donation   

# World Vegetarian Day!!!     Golden Gate Park 
 Saturday, September 30 & Sunday, October 1, 2006 10a.m. to 6p.m. 
San Francisco County Fair Building @9th Ave. and Lincoln. 
Featured speakers include:    John Robbins    Dr. Alan Goldhammer 
Howard Lyman    Dr. Joel Fuhrman    Kenneth Williams and more! 
 $5 suggested entrance donation, Kids, students and seniors with ID FREE!! 
Early Bird Special    FREE to everyone before 10:30am 
International Vegan Couisine    Outstanding Speakers 
Eco Fashion Show & Ecoville    Organic Athlete Conference 
Healthy Food Demos  Children's Corner  Live Entertainment  and more... 
 Arrive early for FREE parking on Lincoln Ave 
MUNI #44, 71, N Judah  Vegan Dinner Available 
Saturday @6:30 p.m. +  Live Music by Nellie McKay 

October 2006

# World Farm Animals Day, 10/1

# 10/01 10am-6pm World Vegetarian Day 9th Ave @ Lincoln SF Co Fair Building, Golden Gate Park.


# Tuesday, October 3, 2006 - Sunday, October 8, 2006 8:00 PM
Join us for a relaxing, recharging week of community, fearlessness, and fun. At Hidden Villa Hostel in the Los Altos Hills. Led by comedian and filmmaker Alicia Dattner and singer/songwriter Christina Kowalchuk. dattner @

Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit for details and updates
October 4 Dr. Clara Nicholls AgroEcology, Slow Food
+Raquel Moreno-Penaranda AgroEcology vs. Biotechnology

# Oct 5 The World Can't Wait! Drive Out the Bush Regime!   Protest!  The world is on fire!
Now is the time, if you want to stop it, to raise your voice.  Join us October 5th!

# OCTOBER 5: There is a way! There is a day!

Well as some of you might know (maybe all) there is a plan for a "nationwide" protest against 
the fascists in power. This is being organized bz WorldCantWait I think Cascadians should 
get involved.... this group involves people like Gore Vidal... their idea is to stimulate the 
begining of a Colour Revolution like in the Ukraine with its Orange Revolution. I think this is 
a means to get the idea of an Evergreen Revolution in the collective thoughts of 
Cascadians ... so after the coming November election fraud and mostlikely WorldCantWaits 
failure for a full "nationwide" revolution then Cascadians might keep these tools and ideas in 
mind for our Evergreen Revolution (using the ideas from the book "From Dictatorship to 


Thu Oct 5 First Thursday free Art Receptions: 49 Geary 5:30-7:30pm
PARTY! 30 galleries in a 5 story building! Also 14 geary. 77 Geary open till 8pm.

Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit for details and updates
October 5 Claire Cummings Kellogg Institute Columbia Foundation 
Worldwatch Institute + Katy Mamen Ag Innovation

# Please join us for the First Annual Berkeley Sustainability Summit!
The Ecology Center will be hosting this event on Friday, October 6, from 9:00 to 3:00. 
Summit highlights will include a series of brief presentations that will cover the whole range of sustainability projects and efforts currently underway in Berkeley, structured networking, and an all-organic catered lunch.
It is a chance for professionals, activists, and interested parties to:
•	Get exposed to the broad range of local sustainability endeavors,
•	Share your work with a broad cross-section of Berkeley leaders working on companion issues,
•	Develop strategic relationships and cross-pollinate with other innovators between and among sectors,
•	Increase the coordination of diverse efforts that will move Berkeley toward being the most sustainable city in the country, and
•	Reinforce a broadly shared civic passion for a vital, sustainable future.
Details on the location will be forthcoming.
To purchase tickets, contact Carrie Bennett at 510-548-2220 x235
or go to

#  October 7.
Nature Walks are held the first Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
 Meet at the bookstore kiosk near the main gate of the San Francisco Botanical Gardens at Strybing Arboretum, 9th Avenue at Lincoln Way.
Darin Dawson of the San Francisco Botanical Garden, who is a plant expert.  Angie Geiger returns in September.

# Decompression 2006
Burning Man Presents the 7th annual Decompression HEAT THE STREET FaIRE!

SUNDAY October 8th Indiana St.
bet. Mariposa and 22nd St

Starts at 12pm SHARP til 12 am
12 hrs of art on 6 blocks and a new chill-out park!
Most sound ends at 10pm on street; we hope to go until 11pm at Mariposa St. Stage

Main Entrance: 19th and Minnesota Shine or Rain
$10 donation in Black Rock Couture; $20 in streetwear
All ages outdoors (kids under 12 free)
21+ inside Cocomo (closes 1:30 am)
This will be our best Decom yet with the newly formed BM Special Events Team, a newly rennovated park and an expanded block... BUT it could be our last year at this site...IF we don't all work together Playa style to help.

Here's what to DO!
* Come at noon to enjoy a full day of art, theme camps, music, circus, puppetry, fire art, marching bands and more! Don't miss any of it!
* Take public transportation, bicycle or park in the UCSF lot just 3 blocks away at 16th and 3rd St (see map) or on Illinois St.
* Express yourself in your finest playa pageantry!
* Volunteer! Contact: today to join our team!
* Share your art/theme camp/performance. E-mail
* Bring your playa imagery (VHS/slides/CD ROMS) to the Visual Check Point inside Cafe Cocomo, or email us.

Here's how to SAVE Decom!
* Respect the Dogpatch neighborhood, our home for 7 years
* Tread lightly on our beautiful new stakes, no unleashed dogs, no vehicles of ANY kind in the park
* Enter and leave the neighborhood very very quietly!
* Dont park in driveways or on Minnesota Street
* Dont bring renegade sound systems or unauthorized fire art. None!
* Refrain from drumming and making noise after 10pm--ANYWHERE
* LEAVE NO TRACE! Pick up any trash and help us recycle


#  10/13-15-FLEET WEEK

# Oct. 13- 14- 15: Seattle: sexual freedom conference 

# October 14, Saturday afternoon:  NUDE PEACE DAY
at Baker Beach, San Francisco. Details forthcoming.
 For details and/or last-minute  updates , please visit:   or simpler yet,
send blank email to

# Saturday, October 14th from 10 PM to 5 AM) for  the underground party of the fall in San Francisco.  A fantastic space, great people, a dancefloor that will not stop, an incredible soundsystem, and sounds that will transform you into a supercharged mass of kinetic energy all night long!
We have Chicago House Legend Roy Davis Jr of Large Records and Ubiquity Records, local sensation JT Donaldson of Om Records and Gallery Music, Homero Espinosa, Eric Sharp, and Ryan D. housing it up in the Soul Stompers room.  Breaking it down in the Bass Invaders room will be Space Cowboys' dancefloor demolitionist Mancub along with Lachlan, Native Intelligence, and Mycho Cocoa.  
Call 415-412-0406 the night of for details.  You'll be glad you did.  :) See you on the dancefloor!

# Oct 14/15 Washington, D.C.

Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit for details and updates
October 19 Anna Lappé Food Activist author of GRUB, and Hope’s Edge
+ Shrereen D’souza Sustaining Ourselves Locally (SOL)


Oct 25 Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit for details and updates
October 25 Temra Costa CAFF, Oakland + Dr. Christy Getz Cooperative Extension Specialist

Oct 26 Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit for details and updates
October 26 Kat Harrison Ethnobotanist + Laura Smailes Clinical Herbalist

nov 9  Series of Talks and Conversations, Fall 2006 U.C. Berkeley  free and open to the public
College of Environmental Design, Wurster Hall room 106  6.45pm-8.45pm
Visit for details and updates
November 9 Dr. Ann Thrupp Fetzer and Bonterra Vineyards

November 15 Heather Coburn Flores Founder of Food not Lawns and HOPE Farm
Author of Food not Lawns + Nora Maccoby Film-maker

November 30 Sibella Krauss SAGE, AgParks on the Urban Edge
+Anya Fernald Slow Food Presidia

December 8 Dr. Heather Willams
Food Politics in Mexico, Pomona College Student Organic Farm
+ Christine Ahn Food Justice, Korea

Please join us for one or all or these lively sessions. Each set of talks will be followed by a convivial reception, discussion and opportunity for conversation between attendees.


10th Annual Veterans Day Dinner and Silent Auction, Nov 9 Nikko Hotel SF $150
per person for a delicious dinner for yourself or a gift to others! tax deduction to you.  

# Nov 11/12 8th and Brannan/ councourse exhibition ctr. SF

 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.

Learn: Attend lectures and workshops by thought leaders, business visionaries and community activists shaping the green movement.

Network: Connect with like-minded individuals and organizations who are committed to the possibility of a better world. See Network.Get Involved! Learn about organizations effecting positive and sustainable change in our region, our country, and the around the planet.

Socialize: Have fun interacting with others, for the sheer joy of it. Meet interesting people who share common interests. Spend some time at the food court and listen to local musicians. Parents, find a place to relax in the Family Rest Stop.

Eat Well: Sample delicious, healthy, organic, and sustainable produced food prepared on site. ALL FOODWARE IS BIODEGRADEABLE - COMPOST! WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO BRING YOUR OWN FOODWARE TO THE EVENT.

Greening the Event: We believe in deep sustainability - to achieve intergenerational equity, we must design equity into the present. We try to address all aspects of the event - beginning with our own consciousness and the budgetary process.

Learn how we are creating an eco-commerce model for the Green Festival and our who in the community helps us.

The Green Economy Expo: If you are a green business of any size, this could be the perfect place for you to connect to your target audience. Call 1-877-727-2179 to exhibit your products. See who's Exhibiting in 2005.

Shop at the Green Festival for all of your Holiday Gifts! Purchase goods and services from 300 exhibitors who practice the principles of sustainability, ecology, and social equity. Go shopping online - we've identified online resources for green goods.

Coop America's Green Pages: Check out the original directory of Green Businesses at

Endorse the Earth Charter!

LIMITED OFFER: Purchase Green Festival Compost from DC Festival. Be the first to support turning waste into a resource!


May  Whole Earth Fest UC Davis 3rd Wknd May.
Stanford POW WOW 2nd weekend in May? Sustainable World Symposium 2nd Wknd? Bay To Breakers 3rd Sunday in May

June Second Weekend in June, Santa Rosa

Aug Labor Day Weekend (Aug/Sept)

Sep 3rd wknd? Laytonville CA / Hog Farm

Oct Decompression 2nd Sunday in Oct.

Nov 8th St. @ Brannan SF 1st? 2nd? wknd Nov.

Every 1st Wednesday: FREE!

# Every 1st Thursday: Art receptions @ 49 Geary 5:30-7:30pm art PARTY!
30 galleries in a 5 story building. Also 14 geary and 77 Geary till 8pm.

When Governments Lie 

Riots over Hungarian PM's 'lies' 

Congress Considering Strip Searching Students! 
British Army expert says 'liquid explosives' threat is fiction

Audio-Bush commenting on explosives in building,Despair in Washington

911 - inside job.   Demand investigation! - - - - -  - -

beware of 911 disinfo: here is a guide for protection:

important events:
fun events:   (new)   (old) 
more events:
eco events: Sustainable World Coalition 390 27th St Oakland between Broadway and Telegraph Marin Peace and Justice Center Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center
Berkeley and Oakland political events events, art receptions, music, film, etc. Monthly Raw Food Potlucks (san rafael)
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.