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USA is a rogue nation. 

Eating brewers yeast can keep the ticks off.  Best defense against Lyme's Disease.

Paying a high price for cheap food - costs of industrial      agriculture

Soil Science Society symposium cautioning against forest biomass due to soil issues

Big Business Buys Silence of Toll Road Critical Newspapers
Foreign corporation in desperate lunge to quell massive popular dissent against Trans Texas Corridor & North American Union
A foreign toll road corporation has agreed to buy dozens of newspapers in Texas and Oklahoma that have up until now been harsh critics of the Trans Texas Corridor superhighway, a clear example of racketeering and a desperate lunge to silence dissent against the sellout of American infrastructure and the North American Union.


pvc: A dire miscellany

pvc: California builders win long fight to use plastic water piping

ot with CFR: On Course for Iran
Fascists ain't agonna quit because of trifles like an election.

Continental integration: against our wishes

Climate change means hunger and thirst for billions: report

Warming world turns up the heat on nature

The History of the House of Rothschild

See: The History of the House of Rothschild Part I 

Continues in The History of the House of Rothschild Part II:

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1/31Meet Sandra Steingraber in SF for "Early Puberty and Breast Cancer Risk"

1/31	6:30 pm	FREE beer courtesy of wacky fake newspaper The Onion

1/31: New zapatista report and video (berkeley) 7:30pm

Thu Feb 1 First Thursday Art Receptions 49 Geary 5:30-7:30 art and stuff

Turn off your lights on Feb 1st between 755pm and 8pm for the planet 

Sat, Feb 3, 10am-12pm Winter Composting in the Mission/ Common Community Garden
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Tue Jan 30

Hybrid Lecture Series: Francesca Gentille
January 30th at 7:45pm $10 suggested donation
Caught in old patterns, old thoughts, blocks and breakdowns in sexuality? Learn to access the Inner Players who have something precious for the process. Go below to rise up. In the ancient cave of the unconcious lie the treasures. 1074 Folsom @ 7th St.


Wed Jan 31

Seed Save the World + 8th Annual Seed Swap

Wednesday, January 31

Help Seed Save the World!  Bay Area Seed Interchange Library (BASIL) is looking for collective members to carry on this great project. Join with others interested in promoting local seed saving and sharing, and help craft the future of the Ecology Center's Seed Library.  From 5-7pm at the Ecology Center on 2530 San Pablo/ Dwight in Berkeley.  (510) 548-2220 x233

And on Saturday, March 3, 2007

8th Annual Seed Swap
The Bay Area Seed Interchange Library (BASIL) is hosting its annual seed swap potluck hoedown and you are invited.  Share music, food, and home grown garden seeds!  Learn about seed saving and the Library.  BASIL is a project of the Ecology Center.  See ya there!
Time: 5pm - 8pm
Location: Ecology Center, 2530 San Pablo Ave, near Dwight Way, Berkeley.
Cost: Cost is $10 unless you bring seed and a potluck dish to share.
Info: 510-548-2220 x233. 


Wed, Jan 31, 5-8pm Breast Cancer and Safe Cosmetics
Lindsay Wildlife Museum 1931 First Avenue Walnut Creek


1/31Meet Sandra Steingraber in SF for "Early Puberty and Breast Cancer Risk"

Please join the Breast Cancer Fund for
The Falling Age of Puberty in U.S. Girls,
Presented by Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D.
Is something in the environment triggering early puberty?

Join the Breast Cancer Fund as ecologist Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D. explores the research, trends and knowledge gaps regarding early puberty and lifelong health. This special presentation, "The Falling Age of Puberty in U.S. Girls: What We Know, What We Need to Know," will be held in San Francisco January 31.

As a known risk factor for breast cancer, early puberty is cause for concern. So what's causing it? What can we do to reverse the trend?

The Breast Cancer Fund is proud to host Dr. Steingraber, a noted ecologist, cancer survivor and expert on environmental links to cancer and reproductive health. She is also the author of  Having Faith: An Ecologist's Journey to Motherhood and Living Downstream: An Ecologist Looks at Cancer and the Environment.
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
6-7 p.m. hors d’ouvres reception
7-8:30 p.m. presentation

Merchants Exchange Building
465 California St. (at Montgomery Street), San Francisco map »
(take BART to the Montgomery Street station more info » )

Admission is free, but space is limited and filling up fast! Please RSVP
by January 30 online or via phone at (415) 346-8223.    Breast Cancer Action


1/31	6:30 pm	FREE beer courtesy of wacky fake newspaper The Onion
Elixir 3200 16th St., SF. (415) 552-1633,


film- “Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath” Wednesday, Jan. 31, 
7:00 pm, 2040 Life Sciences Building (LSB), UC Berkeley 


Wed, Jan 31, 7-9pm Free Workshop w/Berkeley Copwatch
Grassroots House 2022 Blake St Berkeley


1/31: New zapatista report and video (berkeley)
 Report and Video from The Encounter between the Zapatista Peoples and the Peoples of the World! 
Wednesday, January 31, 2007 - 7:30 PM.
La Pena Cultural Center  3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley 
Music by Musica Humana~Blues featuring: 
Arnoldo Garcia, Andrew Kong Knight and Jose Palafox! 
(Wheelchair Accessible, Near Ashby BART) 
Donation Requested - $5 - $10 (Sliding Scale) 
All Proceeds are for San Manuel’s Autonomous Health Care System. 
Many Bay Area Folks attended the Encounter Between the Zapatista Peoples and the Peoples of the World held in Oventik, Chiapas, Mexico on December 30 & 31, 2006 
and January 1& 2, 2007. This meeting was called for members of the International Campaign to meet with the autonomous councils, Good Government Juntas, the comanders and members of the Other Campaign to learn about autonomy. The Encounter took place as the Other Campaign concludes its first year tour of Mexico and prepares to send its commanders throughout Mexico for the second phase of the Other Campaign. Many Chiapas Support Committee members attended the Encuentro and shot awesome video footage to bring back for editing. Some of us stayed on and visited our sister Zapatista municipality, San Manuel. Don’t miss this video report, musical treat and opportunity to get more info on how you can participate in the Zapatista Campaigns. 
Sponsored by: Chiapas Support Committee 
For more information: (510) 654-9587 or  email: cezmat @


Wednesdays IN Groups 1074 Folsom @ 7th St.
Come for connection and play! See and be seen. Join us for an evening of communication games and create greater intimacy in your life. Singles and couples welcome. $10 per person. Begins 7:45pm


February 2007

Thu Feb 1 2007

Thu Feb 1 Full Moon
FEB.   2   05:45 GMT Full Moon
Hey can someone recommend good sites for moon info? Obviously I seek...


Thu Feb 1 First Thursday Art Receptions 49 Geary 5:30-7:30 art and stuff


 Jeremy Mora : Sculpture Reception: Thu Feb 1, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
 49 Geary Street, Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94108 (415) 369-9405


2/1	7:00 pm	FREE top-shelf whiskey sampling and discussion @ Elixir - Mission 	Free Drinks
2/1	7:00 pm	FREE book reading, q&a: complete guide to menopause @ Cody's SF 	Health
2/1	7:00 pm	FREE "I Cried, You Didn't Listen" book reading @ AK Press - oakland 	Literature
2/1	7:00 pm	FREE Talk & Slide Presentation: Borrowing from Nature s Toolbox : Milpitas 	Nature


Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance Meeting, Thursday, February 1, 2007, 
7 p.m. to 10 p.m., 522 Valencia St., just up from the 16th St. Bart Station

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

beware of 911 disinfo:


Turn off your lights on Feb 1st between 755pm and 8pm for the planet 

The Alliance of the Planet (The grouping of environmental associations), lunched a simple call to all the citizens of the world: to give a 5 minutes Break to our planet: 

everyone turn off all your lights for only five minutes on February 1, 2007 between 19h55 and 20h00 (7:55pm to 8:00pm) on your local time. 

It is not a question of only saving 5 minutes of electricity on this specific day, but to draw the attention of citizens, the media and decision makers on the wasting of energy and the urgency to move and take some action! 

A 5 minutes break to our planet, that does take a long time, does not cost anything, and will show to the candidates at the legislative elections of June 2007 that the climate change is a subject which must be a priority in the political debate. 

Why on February 1? Because on this day in Paris , the new report of the United Nations climatic experts group will be issued. 

We should not let the occasion to direct all the attention to the urgency of the world climatic situation pass by. 

If we all take part in this action, it will have a real media and political impact, specially a few months before the elections in France and long enough before the elections in Quebec and Canada; so that we can influences the debates between the politicians. 

For each time zone throughout the world, the lights will be turned off between 19h55 and 20h...the hour when this demonstration could be observed by the local media. We can then follow throughout the world every hour according to the different time zones. No matter in which country you are located, our governments will be challenged by our common force.


FREE: David Deida Video Night: Spirit - Sex - Love   &  Interactive Empowerment Exercises
Thursday, Feb. 1, 7:30pm-10:30pm COST: FREE
If you register at least 24 hours before the event by going here: or, $20 at the door
 Church of Soul 1550 5th Street, Oakland 1 Block from BART (Safest to park at BART) be safe
Click here for WholeBody Wisdom workshops that are influenced by the teachings of David Deida.
Do not leave valuables in sight. Park Free @ West Oakland BART station. Walk in groups.


2/2	12:00 pm	FREE Erotic Art Show and Censorship Discussion Panel - MissionDist 	
2/2	6:00 pm	FREE Palo Alto Art Walk 	
2/2	7:00 pm	FREE Artmurmur - simultaneous art gallery openings and parties - Oakland 	
2/2	7:00 pm	FREE book reading, q&a: complete guide to menopause @ Cody's Berkeley 	
2/2	7:30 pm	$5 Poetry & Pizza (poetry readings & all you can eat pizza!) @ Escape from NY 	
2/2	8:00 pm	FREE "Six Season" SF Chamber Orchestra concert w/ talk @ Herbst Theater 	
2/2	9:00 pm	FREE A Night of Voices - 6 bands for free @ Stork Club - Oakland


FCBD hosts author Will Tuttle on "The World Peace Diet, eating for spiritual health and social harmony"

Friday evening Feb. 2, 2007, free admission (donations accepted)

FCBD Studio, Store and Resource Center, 670 South Van Ness Ave., SF 
CA 94110 

Please join us for an evening of discussion about adopting a Compassionate Lifestyle 

doors open for vegan refreshements at 6:30pm short performance by FCBD at 7pm Will's uplifting piano music and inspiring talk about WPD 
book signing, Madeleine's art and Will's book and cds available for 

Dr. Tuttle has spoken for SFVS at a special lecture and at World 
Vegetarian Day. This is an opportunity to hear him if you missed him 
before or if you would like to hear him again. His message is very 
needed. He explains the connection between the way we treat animals 
and the way we treat each other, ourselves, and the environment. His 
book answers every question about the vegan lifestyle in pure 
journalistic style, complete with notes and references.


Friday 2/2: FRESH: A Benefit for Killagirl
A new RIPE event is kicking off in February at SHINE called FRESH. Each month a different members of the Space Cowboys take the reigns and rotate ownership of the event, mixing it up with different styles and flavors always keeping it "fresh". 

Fresh "Double the Pleasure, Double the Fun"  $5 cover  21+ up 
Shine @ 1337 Mission St (btwn 9th and 10th)  9PM – 2AM 

Two DJ's for the price of one, tag sets all night long! 

8Ball (Space Cowboys) vs. Benchun (False Profit) 
Kapt'n Kirk (Space Cowboys) vs. J9 (Angels of Bass) 
Ernie Trevino (Space Cowboys) vs. Bam (Evil Breaks) 

The opportunity to double your drinking pleasure: two 4 one (you flip for it, you call it, before 11.) 
And if you come with your "twin" (aka your friend and you dressed alike) get in 2 for 1. 
Mark your calendar's twice! 

*all proceeds to benefit Killagirl and her family* 
Donations can also be made at


Northwest Climate Justice Summit February 2nd-4th!


"habitat," an intimate and spectacular circus, complete with acrobatics,
clowning, and live music.
When: Feb 2-4 and 8-11 all shows at 8:00 pm. 
Where: Dance Mission Theater, 3316 24th St. @ Mission SF
(across the street from 24th St. BART.) 415-273-4633


Sat Feb 3

Sat, Feb 3, 10am-12pm Winter Composting in the Mission/ Common Community Garden
Corner of 23rd St. b/t Folsom St. & Shotwell St. 22nd San Francisco


Film- "IRAQ FOR SALE: THE WAR PROFITEERS" Saturday, February 3rd 
 at 1:30 pm, Fremont Library, 2400 Stevenson Blvd., Fremont


Film  "America: Freedom To Fascism", Saturday, February 3, 2007
 at 7pm (doors 6:30PM), Rio Theatre, 1205 Soquel Ave. Santa Cruz


Saturday, February 3rd come check out an alternative to the typical DJ club scene featuring a stellar evening of LIVE performances where DJ / Electronica culture merges with Live PA.
Event:  Sound of Mind Presents…Music Beyond Borders
Venue: Shine (Located at 1337 Mission St. between 9th and 10th) – BURNER OWNED (Deep End crew)
Kepi and Kat [Live PA] (Voted Best of The Bay – “Best Electronic Music Act”)
 with special guest
The Fingermonsters [Live PA - Monsta Music] Shazbot, Andrew Phelan, Origami & Cubik.
Music: House, Breaks, Electro, LIVE
Details: $5 cover.  Sat, Feb 3rd 10pm to close
FREE before 10:30  Kettle One Drink Specials
Link to more info:


Sun Feb 4

Burners Without Borders Ocean Beach Cleanup, 1st Sunday, This Sunday

Hey everyone-

Here's a note about this Sunday's Burners Without Borders PLUS! DPW, 
Recycle Camp,
Earth Guardians, Greening Man and YOU ( cause we're all Burners Without 
Borders, right? )
clean up project on Ocean Beach in San Francisco. This is our 3rd 
Monthly cleanup so far
and it is working folks. Great things are happening out at Ocean Beach 
and greatly in part to our
efforts. If you haven't heard what's happening, come find out this Sunday.

Project Leaders: Blue & DA

When: First Sunday of February of course, February 4th, 2007

Time: 1:00 - Sunset ( approx 4:45 ), followed by bonfires on the beach
no doubt and hanging out. Or just in time to catch the Super Bowl Halftime
show over at the Beach Chalet. I hear that artist formally know as a symbol
will be whooping it up.

Note: DA & I are not sponsoring a bonfire, so if you start one, you are 
responsible for it.

Where: Just off the bottom of the concrete steps on Ocean Beach where
Fulton meets Great Highway. Turn South off Fulton onto Great Highway and
enter at the first parking lot.

What to look for: tall flag with flames on it, beach chairs, peeps!

Weather: Supposed to be partly cloudy and 64 degrees Sunday. If its 
10% chance, then we might not be there. So far we have had amazing weather
for each of the last 2 cleanup days.

What we're bringing:
MOOP Sticks
MOOP Buckets
Trash bags
Rubber Gloves
Landscaping rakes
Magnet rakes
Sifter screens
Plastic Buckets

What you should bring:
MOOP Sticks, if you got your own
Sweater/layers (could be windy, and will be cooler after dark )
Camp/beach chairs
Anything you'd like to drink
Snacks to share
Sunscreen! Even if it's partly cloudy, you can get a burn.

One other suggestion for you wonderful do-ers!  Though there will be 
trash bags there,
may I suggest a MOOP bucket.  Bags get pretty unwieldy in the wind and 
even the burly
ones can break with sharp objects inside.  So reach on into your 
recycling bin
(or your neighbors) on the way out the door and grab a plastic gallon 
milk jug, or one
of the 2 gallon water containers everyone takes to BRC, or an orange 
juice container.
Anything plastic will work.  Then cut a hole in the top and voila!  you 
have a MOOP
bucket.  This is what we use post event for playa restoration and it is 
much easier to
carry around since it has a handle.  Also, sharp objects don't potrude.  
We'll have
some for those of you who don't have anything, but if you do, grab one. 
 It's in the
spirit of recycling which is even better.   See ya'll Sunday Blue & DA

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SF potluck will take place on the 4th of February, Sunday.
Time and place, as always: 1pm, 630 Valencia St, the Mission St Police
Station (on the corner of 17th St, 5 mins walk from 16th and Mission Bart).
Free to members, $3 to non-members, an additional $5 if you don't bring food.
But please do bring food - a raw vegan potluck dish enough to serve 10 people
or, if you don't feel inspired to concoct a dish, please bring some fresh fruit or veggies
to share. This month there is no speaker scheduled: it will be an 'open forum'.


Wednesday, January 31: Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y 3030 Mission @ 16th St, NW corner
Next Wednesday, February 7, the first of a new monthy Martial Arts Series (first Wednesdays) : Fist of Legend

More will surely follow. Movie at 9:00, come early to catch the whole thing. Bring a blanket. 

dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y
by Johan Grimonprez

Buckle up for DIAL H-I-S-T-O-R-Y, the acclaimed hijacking documentary
that eerily foreshadowed 9/11. We meet the romantic skyjackers who
fought their revolutions and won airtime on the passenger planes of 
the 1960's and 1970's. By the 1990's, such characters were apparently
no more, replaced on our TV screens by stories of anonymous bombs in

Director Johan Grimonprez investigates the politics behind this 
change, at the same time unwrapping our own complicity in the urge for
ultimate disaster. Playing on Don DeLillo's riff in his novel Mao II:
"what terrorists gain, novelists lose" and "home is a failed idea", he 
blends archival footage of hijackings with surreal and banal themes,
including fast food, pet statistics, disco, and his quirky home
movies. David Shea composed the superb soundtrack to this free fall
through history, best described in the words of one hijacked Pepsi 
executive as "running the gamut of many emotions, from surprise to
shock to fear, to joy, to laughter, and then again, fear."

"Exceptional for its juice, its jazzy compelling fusion of social and 
aesthetic issues, and its stomach-churning power."
- The New York Times

"A sense of urgency and a wrenching emotional attack."
- The Times (London)

"Each cut turns a screw deeper until your mind hurts." 
- San Francisco Bay Guardian

"An eccentric, roller coaster ride through history."
- Time Out

The Other Cinema Digital label provides an alternative platform for
the distribution of extraordinary film works. We celebrate peculiar 
visions and offbeat sensibilities, drawn from the contemporary
underground as well as the archives. Be it auteur, exploitation, or
industrial, OCD delivers a decidedly different audio-visual experience
-- ingenious, comic, critical... dangerous.


Thu Feb 8

Educational Forum, Thursday, Feb. 8th, 2007
7-9 pm @ Grand Lake Neighborhood Center 530 Lake Park Ave, Oakland 


Thu, Feb 8, 7:30-10pm: free if you register online
 Radical Intimacy:  the Yoga of Telling the Truth led by Taber Shadburne
Do not leave valuables in sight. Park Free @ West Oakland BART station. Walk in groups.


Fri Feb 9

RED -The Party Wear red. See red. Eat red
 Friday, February 9th, 8pm-midnight $40 per person
Come alone or with a partner. Dress nice. 
Pre-registration required (via phone or paypal)
Temple of Sirens presents a succulent dinner theater.
The evening begins with Sirens pampering you and tantalizing your senses. Our multi-course dinner will be artfully served on naked Sirens as dancers perform and poetry is read.
Dinner will be followed by dancing to our house DJ.
One Taste Urban Retreat Center
1074 Folsom St., @ 7th St, San Francisco, CA 94103


Sat Feb 10

Potluck & Free Lecture by Don Weaver, "Positive Steps toward Earth 
Saturday, February 10: Socializing & Appetizers 6:00 p.m.; Dining 
6:30 p.m.; Lecture 8:00 p.m.
IOA, 3600 Geary Boulevard.  (See January 14 meeting for transit 
$1 suggested donation for members & their guests with food; $2 for 
non-members with food.  Add $8 to each category without food.
Don Weaver co-authored The Survival of Civilization with John Hamaker 
and authored To Love and Regenerate the Earth, both are free online 
at the website of Remineralize the Earth,    Don 
has made a great contribution in awakening the public to the 
ecological problems and solutions in promoting Earth Health 
Regeneration for 30 years as an organic veganic grower and raw food 
Natural Hygienist.  He resides in Woodside and is available for 
Orchard and Gardening Services, 650-851-3622 or 
He will make available a few 50 lb bags of rock dust for those 
wanting to start remineralizing their gardens. SF veg soc


Feb 10 + 11 Hula Hoop class Howard

Hoopdance Beginner 1 Workshop. We had a fantastic time in San Francisco.  Classes are kept small to provide personal attention and an intimate, supportive environment. Classes are open to men and women. As of now, future classes are scheduled in SF, but if anyone has location suggestions, I'm happy to teach in the north, east, or south bay. When the weather warms up, I'll be teaching outdoors on Yerba Buena Island.
Here are the upcoming Hoopdance workshops:
Beginner 2  Saturday Feb. 10th 4pm-545pm SF Dance Center   $15 (Longer class. Includes review of prior material, and $4 studio rental fee. Prerequisite: Beginner 1 class completion.)
Beginner 1 Sunday Feb. 11th 430pm-545pm SF Dance Center $11 (Includes one-on-one instruction, and $4 studio rental fee.)


Sun Feb 11

Every sunday 2-4 pm PROTEST FUR @ Neiman Marcus Geary @ Stockton, Union Square


Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance Meeting, Thursday, February 15, 2006
 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Grand Lake Neighborhood Center, 530 Lake Park Avenue,  Oakland

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

beware of 911 disinfo:


Peter Phillips, "Impeachment," Friday, February 16, 2007, 
7:30 pm, 500 W. Middlefield Road, Mountain View

Sat Feb 17

Post Valentine Potluck Honoring Newly Weds, Howard & Angie Dykoff
Co-Hosted with East Bay Veg*ns
Saturday, February 17: Socializing & Appetizers 5:00 p.m.; Dining 
6:00 p.m.; Dancing 8:00 p.m.
At the home of Elizabeth Bechtold, 633 Glenwood Isle, Alameda.  
Attire Dressy.
$1 suggested donation with food; $10 without food.
Enjoy good food and décor with a Valentine theme. 
Directions: From 880, take High Street Alameda Exit.  At stoplight, 
turn west onto High Street and proceed over bridge 1.5 miles.  Turn 
right onto Otis Drive and right onto Glenwood.  Call 510-864-1111 for 
last minute directions or to volunteer beforehand.  (No door fee for 
those arriving two hours early to volunteer to help set up or prepare 
raw appetizers.) sf veg soc


Progressive Inauguration
Saturday, Feb 17, join the SF Green Party and our allies as we
celebrate the victories of 2006 with an evening of food, fun, and
politics.  Featuring Jane Kim, Ross Mirkarimi, Chris Daly, Sarah
Lipson, and BoE President Mark Sanchez.
7 - 10 pm Dance Mission Theater, 3316 24th St, @ Mission St, SF
$7 suggested donation
John-Marc Chandonia (jmc @ 
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Every sunday 2-4 pm PROTEST FUR @ Neiman Marcus Geary @ Stockton, Union Square


Tue, Feb 20, 8:30pm: Berkeley Free if you register online
AcroPlay: Contact Yoga, Flying, WrestleDance, Partner Massage & more!


Film Screening: High Crimes, (Speakers on Impeachment), Thursday, February 23, 2007
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm, Grand Lake Theater, Oakland, California 


9/11 Accountability - Strategies and Solutions Conference, February 23-25, 2007
Chandler Arizona, 

Sat Feb 24

Celebrate the Year of the Boar
Gung Hay Fat Choy
Chinese New Year Dining Out, Saturday, February 24 at 6:00 p.m.
Layonna's (Newly Opened Vegetarian Restaurant)
1829 Clement Street, between 19th & 20th Avenue, San Francisco
Organized by Sharon Leong and Winnie.
$18 per person includes tax, tip, and tea.  Make checks out and mail 
to SFVS, c/o Joseph Cadiz, 73 Rondel Place, San Francisco CA 94103 by 
February 21.  
Menu: Vegetable Small Steamed Bun, Braised Tofu with Brown Sauce, 
Golden Mushroom with Tofu, Deep Fried Filet Fish in Brown Sauce, 
Sauteed String Beans, House Delight with Crispy Taro & Bean Curd 
Sheet, Special Chinese New Year Entrée, Brown Rice, Tea.  The vegan 
dinner will have no msg.  (The restaurant usually puts a little msg 
in the food.)  Menu subject to change.  For more information, call 
415-273-5481. SF vegetarian society


Every sunday 2-4 pm PROTEST FUR @ Neiman Marcus Geary @ Stockton, Union Square


Mar 2007 All out for the 4th Anniversary of the War, March 17, 2007!
MASS ACTIONS on Sat., March 17 Washington,
San Francisco,  Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, and other cities.
Mar 18 More Actions! Out Of Iraq! Anarchist Bookfair and Exihibit Hall of Flowers
Speakers Include Wendo O-Matik, Jello Biafra, Ward
Churchill, Michelle Tea, Jen Angel, David Solnit and
many more March 17 &18
At the Hall of Flowers in GG Park. All Ages. from 10am
to 6pm on Saturday and 11am to 5pm on Sunday

Anti-War March & Rally Sunday, March 18, Noon
Meet at Justin Herman Plaza, San Francisco March to Civic Center

Friends of the River Guide Training (Learn to be a whitewater river rafting guide)
 Spring 2007 March 31-April 1 and April 7-15
 Summer 2007 June 9-10 and June 16-24
Located on the South Fork American River.
$425 (one of the best investments you'll ever make!)

Sun, 4/15	Web 2.0 Expo Moscone West, SF
Apr 27-29    INDIO, CA 92201 
Bjork, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against the Machine

Acterra Earth Day Dinner Party Saturday, April 21
Located at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
505 East Charleston Rd. Chicago Il Apr 21/22

Sat, 4/21 Alternative Press Expo Concourse Exhibition Center SF, CA 7th St @ Brannan.

May  Whole Earth Fest UC Davis 3rd Wknd May.
Stanford POW WOW 2nd weekend in May? Sustainable World Symposium 2nd Wknd?
Joshua Tree Music Festival, May 18-20, 2007 Bay To Breakers 3rd Sunday in May

June Second Weekend in June, Santa Rosa


Aug 27-Sep 3 Black Rock City, NV (100 miles North of Reno) Labor Day Weekend (Aug/Sept)

Green Your Burn Document 01262007

Sep 2nd wknd? Laytonville CA / Hog Farm

Thu-Mon Sep 21 Equinox weekend

Oct SF Decompression 2nd Sunday in Oct. LA Decompression 3rd Saturday in Oct? Bio pioneers saving Earth San Rafael 3rd Weekend Oct?

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

-2007 (dates not yet confirmed...based upon 2006 calendar):
Visit the BWClub web site at:
03/04-SF Cacophony Society's URBAN IDITAROD
03/12-SF Cacophony Society's BRIDES OF MARCH
03/26-SF Cacophony Society BUNNY JAM
04/01-28th Annual SF ST STUPID'S DAY PARADE
04/21-23-3rd Annual EARTH DAY BWClub CAMPOUT

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.

Every 1st Sunday is FREE DAY at The OAKLAND MUSEUM of CALIFORNIA, 
featuring art, history, and the natural science of California, and a 
special exhibit, "Baseball As America," in town for a limited time; $8 
(50% off for non-profit groups w/advance notice), or FREE the first 
Sunday of the month; Wed-Fri 10am-5pm, 1st Fri open 'til 9pm, Sat 
10am-8pm, Sun 12-6pm; 1000 Oak St; 510-238-2200;

* NAKED YOGA is every Sunday in SF; $10; 1030am; at the One Taste 
Urban Retreat Center at 1074 Folsom St @ 7th; 415-503-1100;

* The Weekly SUNDAY LAKE MERCED LOOP SKATE leaves the Sunday Roller 
Disco in GGPark and does a level 17 mile skate for about 2 hours 
including 5 stops along the beach and around the zoo and the lake; 
FREE; 1-3pm, MEET from 1-115pm at 6th @ MLKJr; 510-521-0124;

* The NIKE MISSILE BASE OPEN HOUSE is the 1st Sunday of every month, 
featuring tours of a Cold-War-era ICBM missile base that actually 
operated in the Marin Headlands from'll scare the 
livin' shit outa' ya; FREE; 1230-330pm; 415-331-1453

* BAD MOVIE NIGHT is every SUNDAY in SF, and includes popcorn and 
residential furniture seating, plus your chance to wear stupid 
costumes and yell stupid remarks at the screen; $5, plus FREE POPCORN, 
but BYOBeer; 8pm each Sunday; at The Dark Room Theatre at 2263 Mission 
St twn 18th and 19th; 415-401-7987 OR 415-517-3581;

I also have a nutrition / food list! email nutrition at planttrees dot org if you'd like to be on. once a week.

Eco list is 1 email per day.

I also have an activism list that comes out 6 times a day if you want all the news.

Also please visit view the archives and subscribe!

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Bolts of Fabric for $5 @ Out of the Closet: 9th @ Folsom!
And go there every Sunday for $1 clothing items.

Energy soup I have been drinking once a day:
1 tomato
1/2 cucumber
1/2 avocado
squirt of braggs liquid aminos
pinch cayenne
2 cups spinach
1 cup water
fresh dill
fresh thyme
fresh cilantro
Put all in blender. Blend, put in bowl. Eat raw soup.
xo  Christabel

Giant US Embassy in Iraq 6X United Nations Bld.5,500 empl.1Bill$+ photo: 

PRESS RELEASE: Coalition Demands That City Reject Google/Earthlink Monopoly Deal
see all info here - read the messages posted is far simpler!
There is a hearing Friday 2pm room 263 in city hall if you want to speak at public comment for 3 mins - kimo 

Ca: Water at risk as state warms   CALIFORNIA'S CHANGING CLIMATE

David Lynch Questions 9/11 On National U.S. Radio
Iconoclastic director of upcoming Inland Empire, Twin Peaks & The Elephant Man says there's "more than meets the eye" to what people saw on September 11
Iconoclastic film director David Lynch has publicly questioned the official story of 9/11 on national U.S. radio, joining the Alex Jones Show to reiterate views that he first raised on Dutch television in December.

More heat = Less oxygen
Long before it gets unbearably hot, researchers find, a mild temperature
rise can shrink the population of an animal species.

Saving The Planet: Empty Gestures
 Do you recycle - and then fly to New York for the weekend? It's the
inconsistency of our attempts to save the planet that really bugs Nigel Pollitt

Bottom of this Treehugger's home page is a great earth friendly house.

A short video on 9/11 

The American Way of War

Vegetable Love, The History of Vegetarianism, by Stuart
Reviewed by Steven Shapin

Highlight the link, copy and paste into the address bar!

Although the long article contains thought provoking data, it also 
seems to omit historical development in the U.S. during the 19th and 
recent 20th century and also slightly distorts some of the facts.  
For example, Hitler, in theory supported a vegetarian diet to purify 
the human race but, in reality,  he did not stick to the diet.  
Nevertheless, it is good to have a serious book and article written 
on Vegetarianism.  There is a lot to chew on.

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.