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I will be doing a radio show on Pirate Cat
Radio  - 87.9 FM & on
on Saturdays from noon to 2PM-
This week with V. Vale of Research and Jennifer Joseph of Manic D

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)
MUST SEE: Also come see:

Jan 5- 28 (Fri & Sat -8PM & Sun -3PM)- Duck Soup- the play-Dark Room-2263
Mission St.,SF- $15
--- Please come see me act - thanks


The play was great (that Dark Room folks and Duck Soup cast), the radio show
was great (thanks Maxine and Pirate Cat folks), and I have been filling in
for my boss at work which is crazy busy and bit of a pain. Also, the start
of the WOW festival - gala night was great (thanks WOW).

More about my week at:
SF EVENTS: now- Jan 25 -more at


January 2- 22 -ARTworkSF presents (sub)text -ARTworkSF-49 Geary St. # 215,
SF-5:30?7:30 pm
coded and deconstructed language Featuring Maggie Malloy, Eric Bohr, Judith

January 4 - 27-Sinners and Saints -111 Minna Gallery -111 Minna St., SF-5PM
New paintings by  Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock

January 18-(thurs) - Shorts Program-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big

January 18--(thurs) -(every thurs)-Tourettes--METRO- 201 Broadway,
Oakland-8PM - $7

January 18- Club Unicornbread presents ""Boombox Show" - Space Gallery -1141
Polk St., SF- 8PM-$5

January 18- Flaming Horse-LUGGAGE STORE- 1007 Market, SF-8pm-$6-10

January 18- Jennifer Natalya Fink with Dodie Bellam- Books, Inc. 2275 Market
St., SF- 7:30 pm

January 18-20-CineKink-Yerba Buena Center for the Arts-701 Mission St.,
Celebrate and explore a wide diversity of sexuality, offerings in this
kink-friendly, traveling showcase range from documentary to drama, camp
comedy to hot porn, mildy spicy to quite explicit - at

Jan 19-Jennifer Natalya Fink w/ Mattilda-Laurel Book-4100 MacArthur Blvd,
Oakland -7:30PM

Jan 19. 26- SF Sketchfest -Dark Room-2263 Mission St.,SF-10PM- $10
19 -Tossing Alice, Becky & Noelle , Fried Green Durbins & Sketch Armstrong
26- Uphill Both Ways , Tossing Alice & Printers' Daughters

January 19- Cabaret Verdalet- Great American Music Hall, SF- 8PM
The Vixens will be rubbing shoulders with burlesque performers from all over
the nation ? including the infamous Catherine D'Lish and local legend Katya
Smirnoff-Skyy! More info at
with Jill Tracy

January 19, 20, 26, 27-Gonzo -Climate Theater- 285 9th St, SF-8PM- $20
a Brutal Chrysalis presents the life of Hunter S. Thompson during the
critical and catalytic years between 1968 and 1971

January 19-27 (thurs - sun)-WOW Festival-Dance Mission - 3316 24th Street,
On the 11th -fundraiser for the Seventh Annual Women on the Way Festival at
Danc with a stellar lineup of touring and local circus artists known for
their work with the New Pickle Circus, Make*A*Circus.....

Jan 19- 28 (Fri & Sat -8PM & Sun -3PM)- Duck Soup- the play-Dark Room-2263
Mission St.,SF- $15

Jan 19- April 1(Fri & Sat -8PM & Sun -3PM)- Emperor Norton- Shelton-533
Sutter St, SF

January 20 (Sat)-Dirty Little Secret-Empire Plush Room's, SF-11PM-$25
Part Camp, Part Burlesque, All Vaudeville baby

January 20-NOVA JAZZ --Cafe Prague, 584 Pacific Ave, North Beach, SF -10-1am

January 20-Jennifer Natalya Fink with Daphne Gottlieb-Dog Eared -900
Valencia St., SF- 8PM

January 20-PERVERTS PUT OUT! -CounterPulse- 13310 Mission, SF- 8 pm -$10-15
With Meliza Bañales, Daphne Gottleib, Thea Hillman, Mattilda, Steven
Schwartz, horehound stillpoint, Lori Selke, Simon Sheppard, and Carol Queen.

January 20-Writers In Drag-The Rickshaw Stop- 155 Fell, SF- 7-9 PM - $5
feature: - Andrew Sean Greer (Confessions of Max Tivoli) reading a ghost
story - Kim Stanley Robinson (Red Mars) reading poetry - Michelle Tea
(Chelsea Whistle) reading cyberpunk - Justin Chin (Gutted) reading
erotica/horror - Michael Blumlein (XY) reading nature writing - Ed Champion
(Bat Segundo show) reading lit fiction

January 21 -Bad Movie Night-Dark Room-2263 Mission Street. SF-8PM- $5 w/

January 22- Tribute to Paul Reubens by SF Sketchfest-Palace of Fine Arts,
SF- 8pm- $25 tribute, $50 tribute & party
-Paul Reubens in coversation with Ben Fong-Torres

January 22-Beth Lisick's Porchlight-Cafe Du Nord- Market Street, SF-8PM
This is a story telling night based on an 86'd theme - it wil be amazing!
with Jennifer Blowdryer

January 23-( tuesday night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight
Street, SF-8:30- 11:30pm

January 23- (tues) - Speech Therapy- Anu-43 6th St., SF- 8:30PM- free

January 23- (tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF-
Music and open mic

January 24 - Erotic Reading Circle-Center for Sex & Culture- 290 Division,
SF-7:30 pm-$5
Come join readers as they share their work! Bring something to read or just
be part of the appreciative circle of listeners. . With Carol Queen and
Jennifer Cross

January 24-(wed)-BERZERKELEY SLAM -Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck.
Berkeley-8:30-11pm. $7

January 24-(wednes)- Open Mic- Canvas Gallery - 9th Ave & Lincoln, SF -

January 24-(wednesdays)- Laugh Dammit! - SF Comedy Club -50 Mason, SF- 8PM-

January 24-(wednesdays)"ASK DR. HAL!"-12 Galaxies, SF-10PM
He knows everything and the show will be loads of laughs

January 24-Bad Porn Night - Caligula- Dark Room Theatre- 2263 Mission St,
SF- 8pm- $5

January 24 - Nobody Passes -Modern Times Bookstore -888 Valencia, SF-7:30
Rejecting the Rules of Gender & Conformity with Mattilida, Sand Chang, Logan
Gutierrez-Mock, Amy Andre, Jen Cross, Dominika Bednarska, Tommi Avicolli
Mecca and Eric Stanley

January 25 -Americian Fido - the worst talent contest -Dark Room-2263
Mission St.,SF-sign-up 7:30PM - show 8PM - free to performers- audience -

January 25-Radical Relationship Workshop-AK PRESS- 674 A 23rd St.,
Oakland-7PM -$15-10, At a time when our nation is determined to keep us on
the warpath, what better time to raise our voices against intolerance,
hatred, and violence? At a time when our government propels us into a new
dark age of fascism, what better time to talk about radical love, or the
right to love who we want, how we want, and as many as we want? Loving
openly and freely in these times, whether you are straight or queer, is a
brave political act.

January 25-Open Mic and Reading Series - Dog Ear Books, SF- 8PM
Anne-E. Wood, Michael Rubin, Teresa Walsh, Jeanne Foss

January 25-27- S. Bear Bergman reads "Butch is a Noun"-Good Vibrations- Polk
St, SF-8pm-$20

January 26 - Dance Party- Gilman - 924 Gilman St., Berkeley - 8PM - $5-7
The Floating Corpses, Gravy Train...

January 26- Comedy Showcase!-Spud's Pizza - 3290 Adeline Street,
with Danny Dechi

January 26- Dance party-The House of Stormz - 1439105th Avenue, East Oakland
Live Performance by: JBRap (Deep Dick Collective) Live Goddess Art by:

January 26- Kinsey Sicks: I Wanna Be A Republican - Roxie Cinema -3117 16th
Locally produced concert film

January 27-Storytelling Swap -Frank Bette Center for The Arts-1601 Paru
,Alameda- 7:30PM

January 27- OMI Benefit-Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts- 2868
Mission, SF- 8PM-$20
primarily a dance and movement show, but musicians as well.

January 27-The Seventh Annual Edwardian Ball-Great American Music Hall,
Purchase tickets here:

January 27-SF IndieFest Benefit/Launch -The Rickshaw Stop- 155 Fell Street,
SF-8PM- $10 Featuring: Triple Cobra Tartufi The Herms plus Festival trailers
and previews $2 Redhook Beer 10% off all IndieFest tickets
LA Shows

1)01/20-50 Cent Haircut w/ Johnny Hawthorn, Hang Dog Expression - HERMOSA
SALOON -211 Pacific Coast Highway (& 2nd Street),Hermosa Beach-  9:00 PM

2) Regulay film showcase- 7 DUDLEY CINEMA shows the following films at
SPONTO Gallery, 7 Dudley Ave, Venice, 310-306-7330, free admission, 8:00pm, Come early - seating is limited & 7pm


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SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)

1) Join the 50 Guitar Orchestra

Listen!We're looking for capable and talented guitarists, singers, and
percussionists to join this low-commitment, high-fun project. We have the
songs and the tablature on line at so there is no need to
practice every week or otherwise commit a lot of your time. Even if you're
not a full-time musician—hell, even if you've never been in a band before—we
want you to get involved.

Next Show at Hotel Utah Friday February 23rd

For more information, to get on the mailing list, or to sign up, write to
Mike at

2)  Subject  For my Bay Area Vaudevillian and burlesque folks    Body:  New
upcoming performance opportunity in the East Bay:


Vaudeville: vaude-ville (n) theatrical entertainment consisting of a number
of individual performances, acts, or mixed numbers, as by comedians,
singers, dancers, acrobats, and magicians.

A La Mode: (ah-luh-mohd) A French phrase meaning "in the prevailing

What is Vaudeville A La Mode?: Vaudeville A La Mode is a monthly Vaudeville
style entertainment extravaganza at the East Bay's best bar/entertainment
venue, The Uptown (1928 Telegraph Ave.) hosted by bay area rockers, The
Girlfriend Experience.

Vaudeville A La Mode is a community building event that will take place the
first Friday after the 15th of each month...the first event being Friday,
March 16th.

What is Vaudeville A La Mode's goal: To provide the bay area
arts/music/entertainment community and their patrons with a truly unique
club going entertainment experience, featuring music, art, singing, dancing,
drinks, food and fun all at a price that will make your dollar holler!!!

What we are looking for: We are currently looking for quirky acoustic acts,
bands, lounge singers, comedians to MC the event and do a 15 minute routine
between each band (about 45 minutes to an hour total time),
artists/photographers/sculptors/etc. (to display and sell your work at the
club), and entertainers (of all varieties...the more unique the
better...dancers, magicians, jugglers, makers of adult themed balloon
animals, etc.)

Entertainers are paid from split of the door. Artists/sculptors/etc. are
paid from sale of their works which will be promoted over the course of the

If you or someone you know would be interested in participating in this
monthly event (beginning Friday, March 16th) please e-mail me here or at and let us know what you're all about.


XOXO - have a beautiful and creative day
   Melinda, lilycat, Ms Kittywhore, Boom Boom
"Building community, helping good people, and promoting great art."

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