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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:  (these should be cool)

October 4-Tease-O-Rama Meet 'N' Mingle -The Rickshaw Stop-155 Fell Street, SF-9pm-$5
Shake and shimmy, meet and mingle with the stars of Tease-O-Rama! Surprise performances!

October 5-6-Tease-O-Rama! -Bimbo's 365 Club-1025 Columbus Ave, SF -8PM- www.teaseorama.com
America's first convention dedicated to the foxy, fabulous and all-around over-the-top world of burlesque! SEE performances from 200+ contemporary pinup queens, TAKE classes in everything from tassel-twirling to burlesque history and MEET the legends of days gone by.

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ME UPDATES: TOP PARTS OF MY LAST WEEK (part of my Livelournal)

Friday:
I did oysters and wine with a friend in the Ferry building- and heard another bad health care story that made me nearly cry and pissed me off.

Saturday:
I went to see "Wiener Takes All" about the cut-throat world of Dodson racing - it was great - I so relate to Dodson, who race with their heart and short legs...

Sunday:
Then we went with Monkey to see Hillary Clinton talk in Oakland - we arrived at 3PMish and waiting and waiting, got crushed in a crowd - at 4:30PM - finally moved to hear the warm up speakers - all praising Hillary and pushing t-shirts, listened to a bunch of bad pre-acts - at 6PM she still hadn't spoke so... we got cocktails.

Check it out more at:
http://mskittywhore.livejournal.com/
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SF EVENTS: now-10/19 -more at http://www.lilycat.com

October 3- October 10 - San Francisco Documentary Festival -http://www.sfindie.com
Opening Night film is WHAT WOULD JESUS BUY? featuring the Reverend BIlly and the Church of Stop Shopping

October 3-TOWARD THE LIGHT -Adobe Books- 3166 16th Street, SF- 7:30pm
by Ingrid Keir Book Release, Signing & Reading with live jazz

October 3-Krob's Film Farm-Chez Poulet- 3359 Army St, SF- 8PM
This weeks -ROBOT MONSTER- http://filmfarm.blogspot.com/ It's free, it's fun. Popcorn.
Good people. Dog petting. Very wholesome.

October 3-(wed)-BERZERKELEY SLAM -Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck. Berkeley-8:30-11pm. $7

October 3-Stand-up Comedy, Music, and Burlesque - The Edinburgh Castle, SF -8pm -$7
featuring: Sunshine Fortress!, Uni and Her Ukelele!, burlesque by Belles du Jour!, and your host, Mary Van Note!

October 3 -The Boxcar Saints- Rockit Room -406 Clement St., SF-8:30pm-$7
W/ Chiara Angelicola, Dakota Slim and the Zydeco Funeral, Reed KD

October 3 & 13-The Score by Stephen Elliot- McSweeney's- 849 Valencia Street, SF-7pm.

October 3-the Winsome Griffles- El Rio, SF-8PM- $4

October 4 -(Thur, Fri & Sat)- CREEPSHOW LIVE! -Dark Room-2263 Mission Street. SF-8PM
celebration of comic book macabre with Impossible Productions presentation of Creepshow Live!, an anthology of hellish horror stories?from those few who have lived to tell the tale!. Each week we will have 3 new tales and a new "Master of Scaremonies" including Dr. Hal Robins, Sean Owens, Sam Shaw and special "ghost" star, Mikl Em.

October 4(thurs) - Shorts Program-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big Sur-8PM
http://www.henrymiller.org/shortsprogram.html

October 4-Tease-O-Rama Meet 'N' Mingle -The Rickshaw Stop-155 Fell Street, SF-9pm-$5
Shake and shimmy, meet and mingle with the stars of Tease-O-Rama! Surprise performances!,

October 4-LOREN IN THE FLESH-111 Minna, SF -7 p.m
reading "San Francisco: Crimes Seen," an exploration of the City's scenic crime scenes, from Instant City #5---t's part of an evening to celebrate EthSix*, a new magazine that features the junction between social work and journalism.

October 5- the Francisco ShEvil Dead challenge the first-place Richmond Wrecking Belles in the B.ay A.rea D.erby Girls first all-ages bout!-The San Jose Civic Auditorium -135 West San Carlos St., San Jose-7:30 p.m-$15

October 5- 2-8pm & 6- 11-7pm-SF Zinefest -The Women's Building -3543 18th Street, SF-FREE
This fair represents SF's unique community of artists, independent publishers and poets!

October 5- Shock It To Me! Horror film festival- Castro Theater, SF - all day horror film screenings

October 5- 27 (fri & sat)(Oct 14& 21 -1PM)- D'Arc -Woman on Fire -Shotwell Studio- 3252 19th St, SF -8PM- $15

October 5-The Mark Silverman Birthday Show w/ Will Franken-The Purple Onion-140 Columbus Ave, SF-8PM

October 5-6-Tease-O-Rama! -Bimbo's 365 Club-1025 Columbus Ave, SF -8PM- www.teaseorama.com
America's first convention dedicated to the foxy, fabulous and all-around over-the-top world of burlesque! SEE performances from 200+ contemporary pinup queens, TAKE classes in everything from tassel-twirling to burlesque history and MEET the legends of days gone by.

October 5& 6-PuppetLOVE!- CounterPULSE - 1310 Mission, SF-- 8pm
experimental, political & emerging puppetry

October 6-Tease-O-Rama Daytime Events & Convention -SF Art Institute-800 Chestnut St, SF-10:30am -6PM
Learn how to twirl your tassels, apply immaculate make-up, take the perfect pin-up photograph and hula-hoop!

October 6-Trance Cinema #2-Oddball Films- 275 Capp Street, SF-8PM-$10
The Power of Possession featuring Holy Ghost People, San Franciscan Peter Adair's legendar cinema verite documentary about Pentecostal snake handlers in rural West Virgina......

October 6-KFC Collective Guerrilla Outdoor Cinema - Lucca Parking Lot at Valencia between 22nd & 23rd, Mission, SF- 7:30pm- Free

October 6- Chez Badunkadunk - Cat Club, SF- 9:30PM - $10 - www.lustyladyparty.com
Really - really hot and and talented pole and burlesque dancers

October 6 - October 27-Remember Jerome -Bucheon Gallery -389 Grove St., SF
reception, Saturday October 6, 7-10pm with a performance by Vinsantos

October 7-Castro Street Fair

October 7-Tease-O-Rama Movie Night - Cerrito Speakeasy Theater-10070 San Pablo Avenue, El Cerrito-5pm - $8
Ann-Margret in Kitten with a Whip (1964) Viva la Vamp! See everyone's favorite femme fatale Ann-Margret as a teasing teenager terrorizing John Forsythe in this sexy, steamy drama of delinquency and desperation!

October 7- (sundays)-Bad Movie Night-Dark Room-2263 Mission Street. SF-8PM- $5 w/ popcorn

October 8-Marga's Hot Mondays-The Empire Plush Room, SF-8PM

October 8-The Ask Dr. Hal! Show- 12 Galxies, SF- 9 PM

October 9- (& every Tuesday) - Stand-up Comedy-Annie's Social Club -917 Folsom St., SF -6:30pm- Free
Happy hour begins @ 4pm

October 9-( tues night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight Street, SF-8:30- 11:30pm

October 9-(tues) - Speech Therapy- Anu-43 6th St., SF- 8:30PM- free

October 9- (tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF- 10PM
Music and open mic

October 11-Mathematicians-Bottom of the Hill, SF

October 11, 12, 13, & `14- "THE VISIT" - Randall Museum Theater -199 Museum Way, SF-7:30pm (3PM -Sun) SAN FRANCISCO FREE CIVIC THEATRE KICKING OFF OUR 8TH SEASON with Danny Dechi

October 13-Tim Pratt, BLOOD ENGINES-Borderlands Books, SF-1PM

October 13 - LitQuake Litcrawl

October 14- Pleasanton Reading -Century House- 2401 Santa Rita Road, Pleasanton- 2-4 PM- $5
Open Mic to follow featured poets presentation Light refreshment served

October 14- The Groovy Judy Band- San Jose Mile 10 -The Alameda and Emory Street, San Jose-8:45am  12:45pm
with 15 other bands on the course

October 15 (1st& 3rd Mon)-A Taste of Sex: Erotic Poetry Readings -OneTaste Urban Retreat Center- 1074 Folsom St, SF - 7:45pm - 10:30pm
Come share your turn-on at this Erotic Open Mic Night

October 16-SF Children's Art Center Benefit Art Auction -111 Minna -111 Minna St., SF-6:30pm-9:30pm -$25Date: Tickets provide patrons unlimited food from local donors such as Trader Joes, Thirsty Bear Brewing Co., Tully's and more, 2 complimentary bar drinks, access to the silent art auction, a DJ ...

October 16 -"Sketch Tuesdays"- 111 Minna Gallery, SF -6 9 PM
Each Third Tuesday of every month The Gallery hosts an evening of live art making by local artists..

October 16 - November 3-RUTHLESS! the MUSICAL-Purple Onion-140 Columbus Ave, SF
with DONNA SACHET, HANNAH ROSE KORNFELD and special guest SHARON McNIGHT!

October 17-SMACK DAB-Magnet-4122 18th St., SF-7:30 pm signup, 8 pm show
an open stage, this month with guest hosts Jennifer Blowdryer and Scott Upper. Featured writer: Forrest Hamer.

October 18, 19, 20 & 21 - "THE VISIT" -Eureka Valley Recreation Center Auditorium - 100 Collingwood St. , SF- 7:30pm (3PM -Sun)
SAN FRANCISCO FREE CIVIC THEATRE KICKING OFF OUR 8TH SEASON with Danny Dechi

October 19- Voodoo Cabaret -Julies Supper Club-1123 Folsom , SF- 9PM
An evening of hot West African rhythms, soulful song and dance. Quinoa Groove opens with their cutting edge latin styles and Malibu brings the rum, Brasilian drums and dancers.

October 19-Make/shift Mag. -Reading & Celebration - Mama Buzz Café-2318 Telegraph Ave., Oakland- 7 pm-free
Myriam Gurba, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarsinha, Nomy Lamm, and Julia Serano

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LA Shows/ San Jose

1) 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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PACIFIC ART COLLECTIVE
http://www.pacificartcollective.com

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HOT TIPS:

A friends non- profit to help animals
http://www.KatrinasKritters.org 

Gomer Henrix's podcast
http://gomerhendrix.com/_wsn/page4.html

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SUBMIT HERE:

1) Call for Entries
We are currently accepting submissions for the 10th Annual SF IndieFest, scheduled for Feb 7 - 19 at the Castro, Roxie and Victoria. The deadline is Oct 13. Entry info at www.sfindie.com


2) Subject: EMERGENCY, a rescue is being shut down, Rocket Dog Rescue is willing to help/we need your HELP!

Hello all... friends, of Rocket Dog Rescue and fellow rescuers,
 
I just received an emergency call from a rescue in Sacramento area that is being closed down, I am unclear as to why, but wanted to step in and help save the dogs if we are able. The situation sounds pretty dire, and the animals have 30 days to get into another rescue group, or into homes. One young pitbull was seized and taken to the county shelter, I am unsure why, but it does not sound good for the poor dog.
Rocket Dog Rescue will be taking in 8 Dachshunds in the first group of dogs, after we place them into secure foster homes/adoptive homes, we will continue down the list until they are all safe. If you would like to foster or provide a home for a specific dog, please contact one of us, numbers and emails listed at the bottom of this email.
I am unsure as to the animals temperaments, but the rescuer said they are all "sweet as pie" and between the ages of 1 year to 6 years, for the most part. We have yet to access the dogs and will need to do that in order to match them with the right people.
 
We were promised some photos over the next few days, but do not at this time have any photos.
 
This is a partial list of  what is in immediate danger:
8 dachshunds.
3 rat terriers, 
2 cockers,
3 poodles(one small 8 lb black male) female, white, 8 lbs (in heat at this time) standard size white, male;
momma dogs with pups, weighs about 15 pounds, unknown breed, med length hair, pups just born.
7 pomeranians.
and about 30 assorted small breeds,
L.H. chihuahua.,
pugx etc.. all sweet loving dogs, some fixed, some not.
pitbull x male, brindle white, sweet loves kids.
 
Rocket Dog Rescue will take in as many of these dogs as possible, place them, and help with the others, her time limit is 30 days. We are in desperate need of EMERGENCY FOSTER HOMES.
Foster homes that have one dog, may want to think of adding another foster dog during this emergency situation.
If you have never fostered before, we could really use the help now more than ever.
Some of these animals have been fixed, and vaccinated, some have not. (foster homes need not to worry, all dogs will be vaccinated and fixed by Rocket Dog Rescue, if not done already)
 
please contact me, at :
pali@rocketdogrescue.org 
415-756-8188 (cell)
 
or Kay (to FOSTER a dog, or for info on becoming a foster home):
kay@rocketdogrescue.org 
415-756-4749
 
We will need volunteers to help take these dogs to the vet, some are very thin and may have to be fixed. Some are fixed already.
to Volunteer:
jenn@rocketdogrescue.org 
415-370-3833
 
 
Thank you all -please pass this on to friends and co-workers, any donations to help with these dogs are tax deductible and truly needed. All of us at Rocket Dog Rescue are 100% volunteer, so every dime that you send for these special needs dogs will go to cover medical care, food, and in some extreme cases, grooming.

Thank you so much- I hope that we can work together to help this group of animals in need!!
 
-pali
 
PS, we will drive up on SUNDAY - there are over 60 dogs still in need of rescue. there is a doxie that is disabled in a wheelchair, he is in need of a kind space and some good care.
wem hope to meet later Sunday or Monday with rescues and foster homes at Kositas grooming in Bernal Heights, San Fancisco,
please email or call to arrange a time to meet- thank you all again for your help with this big rescue effort.
 
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Pali Boucher
Rocket Dog Rescue

415-756-8188 (cell)
415-642-4786 (main dog house)
www.rocketdogrescue.org <http://www.rocketdogrescue.org>
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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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