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Sat - noonish in Dolores Park, SF for
Really, Really, Free Flea Market
http://www.sf-rrfm.org/

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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:

September 30-Looking Good Feeling Fab IV- Harvey\'s- 18th & Castro, SF-7PM-
2AM
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ME UPDATES:

It was one rollcaster of a week. I went to help out at Love Fest, and saw
Little Richard at the Blues Fest, and Jennifer Blowdryers show, interviewed
for an outreach coordinator job, and been researching & writinf alot.

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

EXTENDED RUNS

August 6 - September 27-Divas of San Francisc- Diversity Center -1117 Soquel
Avenue, Santa Cruz
Portraits of Transsexual Women by David Steinberg
Opening Reception: Sunday, August 6, 2006, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

September 13- 27- MadCat -Women\'s International Film Festival-
http://www.madcatfilmfestival.org

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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September 27-\"IRAQ FOR SALE: The War Profiteers\"- Brava Theater-2789 24th
St., SF- 7:30PM

September 27-(wed)-BERZERKELEY SLAM -Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck.
Berkeley-8:30-11pm. $7

September 27-(wednes)- Open Mic- Canvas Gallery - 9th Ave & Lincoln, SF -
7:30PM

September 27 -Comedy Night- Club Milk- 1840 Haight, SF- 7:30PM

September 27-(wednesdays)- Laugh Dammit! - SF Comedy Club -50 Mason, SF-
8PM- $7
hosted by Mike Spiegelman

September 27 (wednesdays)\"ASK DR. HAL!\"-12 Galaxies, SF-8PM
He knows everything and the show will be loads of laughs

September 27 -ROMANE EVENT- MAKEOUT ROOM-3225 22nd st, SF- 8:30PM
W/ Dattner

September 28-The Problems-The Purple Onion- 140 Columbus Ave, SF- 8PM-$10
Joe Donohoe - Harmon Leon - Mike Spiegelman -Bucky Sinister

September 28(thurs) - Shorts Program-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big
Sur-8PM
http://www.henrymiller.org/shortsprogram.html

September 28- Poetry Misson- DALVA-16th street off of Valencia, SF-7-9pm
Open Mic

September 28-(every thurs)-Tourettes--METRO- 201 Broadway, Oakland-8PM - $7

September 28-The Mississippi Madam of Mayhem-Off-Market-965 Mission,
SF-10pm- $10
. Stand Up Comic and Master Storyteller Angie Krass, has never been one to
play by the rules or live life by the norms. Her life has generally been a
case of wrong city, wrong state, wrong country or wrong bed

September 28- Funk this B-S-Soma Loft-767 Bryant St., SF-6pm, Music 8:30pm
-$30 includes drinks
Featuring Stymie And The Pimp Luv Orchestera.

September 29- Soul of Comedy Night- Powell\'s Place - 1521 Eddy, SF- 7:30PM
-free
Tony Spark, Brandon Stone

September 29-The Mind of Blowdryer-The Dark Room - 2263 Mission St., S.F-
18pm -$8
It is a play by Jennifer Blowdryer- it should be a hoot

September 29- Girlfriend Experience- Uptown Bar- 1928 Telegraph Ave,
Oakland- 8:30PM-$5

September 29,30- Behind the 8-balls (Single Entendre)-Climate- 285 9th St.,
SF- 8PM

September 30 (Sat)-Dirty Little Secret-Empire Plush Room\'s, SF-11PM-$25
Part Camp, Part Burlesque, All Vaudeville baby!

September 30-COWAPUNKA-Kimo\'s- 1351 Polk St, SF-9pm- $6
Fabulous Disaster, BLOCKAGE, Hukaholix & The Hacks

September 30-Take a Trip to Go-Go Heaven- 12 Galaxies- 2565 Mission St,
SF-8pm-$12
enjoy our in-flight entertainment: a unique tribute to The Devil-Ettes by
San Francisco\'s surf rockers The Copper Tones, Kitten on the Keys, The
Scenic Sisters, The Paper Dolls, Uni & her Ukelele, The Muddflappers, and DJ
Neel Kizmiaz

September 30-Looking Good Feeling Fab IV- Harvey\'s- 18th & Castro, SF-7PM-
2AM
our goal is to raise $5000 for five charities fighting cancer and empowering
women

A Sunday Sometime in October-SexyFood-CAV Wine Bar- 1666 Market St, SF -7 to
9PM-free
An evening of genrebending fun for cunning linguists© Celebrate locally and
internationally acclaimed wordsmiths as they unleash their vibrant sexy
side. No host bar and light appetizer menu

Ocober 1- 8:30 PM- Some Bets Are Off-Off-Market- 965 Mission St. SF
Betsy Salkind in an evening of new material inspired by her Bay Area years.

October 1-\"Twang Sundays\"- Thee Parkside-1600 17th St., SF-4PM-FREE

October 1-(Sun)-\"Bad Movie Night\" - 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?
SCHEDULE- http://www.darkroomsf.com/BMN/BMN.htm

October 2- The Last Word -Pegasus Books Downtown-2349 Shattuck Ave.,
Berkeley-7 PM
Patricia Edith & Jan Steckel & open mic, hosts: Dale Jensen, Tim Donnelly &
Diana Quartermaine

October 2- Bay Area Stand-Up Comedy!- Canvas Gallery-1200 9th Avenue,
SF-7:30 PM

October 2-Live sketching/art making by local artists -111 Minna Gallery-111
Minna St., SF-6pm

October 2 Next Slam-El Rio- 3158 Mission St., SF-7:30pm sign-up- $5

October 2 (tues) - Speech Therapy- Anu-43 6th St., SF- 8:30PM- free
Comedy showcase

October 2- ( tuesday night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight
Street, SF-8:30- 11:30pm

October 2-( tuesday night)- Soul Fo\' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF- 10PM
Music and open mic

October 3-8- A Women\'s Art Retreat- Los
Altos-http://www.monkpunk.org/ArtRetreat.htm
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.

October 3- Progress Women\'s Open - Montclair Women\'s Cultural Arts Club-1650
Mountain Blvd., Oakland. 7:30 -10 PM-$5
featured at launch party for anthology What I Want From You: Voices of East
Bay Lesbian Poets

October 4--RE-TOOL & GRIND-EROS- 2051 Market St , SF-7:30-9:00 pm
Bring a 5 minute performance piece and join the show (spoken word, song,
dance, comedy...

Oct 4-Harmon Leon\'s The Infiltrator book release party-The Rockit Room-406
Clement, SF-7-9pm

October 4- The Daily Californian Comedy Fest Benefit Show- UC Berkeley-8PM
-$10
w/ Danny Dechi

October 6-28-The Show Art and Audio about Commuting- Frank Bette Center-
1601 Paru, Alameda
OPENING RECEPTION October 13, 2006 7-9pm

October 7-Pandora\'s Trunk-916 Natoma St, SF- 1-7pm
A bi-monthly fashion/arts party

October 7(every first saturday)- HYBRID/chez badunkadun- the cat club,
SF-10PM-$6
Burlesque, drag kings, and Strippers, Lap Dancing, Fan Dancing and Pole
Dancing

October 7-CAKE & DEBAUCHERY-Jon Simms, SF-8PM- $8-$20
Join Katrina James as she celebrates her thirty-sixth birthday by hosting an
evening of out-of-the-ordinary erotica and burlesque. In a city where sexual
preferences and gender orientations span the colors of the rainbow, what
stories have slipped sideways out of view? What is unusual? Untold?
Difficult to choreograph without illustrated instructions? Sherilyn
Connelly, Cookie, Cindy Emch, Marlo Gayle, Dorian Katz, Steven Schwartz, and
Lori Selke will tell tales of consensual kidnapping, offer erotic twists on
Hans Christian Anderson,.....
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LA Shows

 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:

Funny Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4x-VW_rCSE

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SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)

Alan Kaufman’s WRITING CLASS
Wednesdays, October 25-January 3, 2006 (Dec. 27th will be skipped)
7-9:30 PM,   10 sessions for   $375   Study with the acclaimed author

“Was it a coincidence that I was published for the very first time the same
year that I took Alan Kaufman\'s memoir workshop?   I think not! Alan
helped me find a way through my resistance and fear by providing direction
and feedback, community, and a safe environment where I could find my voice,
reveal my truth, and develop my material.   I would highly recommend this
class to anyone!”  
                       WENDY MERRILL, former student, recently signed with
Putnam/Penguin for her memoir

“Alan is an inspiring teacher and a passionate person.   He taught me the
invaluable lesson of how to get to the heart of my story. He showed me how
to forever incorporate writing into my life and encouraged me to never stop.
His class is magical
RACHEL SONTAG, former student recently signed with Ecco/HarperCollins for
her memoir

Why does a publisher buy a memoir or novel from someone   unknown? Because
readers are hungry for accounts of triumph over personal adversity.. In this
class, you will identify the tale you lived to tell and then proceed to tell
it, as a novel or in a memoir.   Getting it out of the heart and onto the
page is our most important commitment as writers. In this class you will
learn the essentials of how to write a book. Working in two-person teams,
students will help each other to meet daily writing quotas, with the goal of
completing the first draft of a full-length work of fiction or non-fiction.

Alan Kaufman’s novel Matches  was published by Little, Brown and Company in
the Fall of 2005 and reviewed on the cover of the San Francisco Chronicle
Book Review. His critically-acclaimed memoir, Jew Boy (Fromm/Farrar,Strauss,
Giroux), has appeared in the United States and Great Britain. He is the
award-winning editor of three anthologies, the most recent of which, The
Outlaw Bible of American Literature, was reviewed on the cover of the New
York Times Book Review.
To register email to Akpoem2@aol.com     SPACES GO FAST!

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XOXO - have a beautiful and creative day
   Melinda, lilycat, Ms Kittywhore, Boom Boom

http://www.lilycat.com
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