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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)
MUST SEE: Also come see:  (these should be cool)

November 8-Winston Smith, Attaboy - Varnish Gallery- 77 Natoma St, SF-7-10pm -Free.

November 8-Instant City Release Party-Adobe Bookshop- 3166 16th Street, SF-  7:30  10:30- Free
Readings by: Stephen Elliott, Sarah Fran Wisby, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore,and Richard J. Martin Jr.

November 10 -Writers With Drinks -Make Out Room- 3225 22nd. St., SF- 7:30 PM -$3-$5
with Inga Muscio, Kage Baker, Jessy Randall, James Calder, Ellery Urquhart, Samhita Mukhopadhyay.

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

I had some old freinds come visit; went to a baptism party for a new friend. I talked to another ghost hunter about her personal haunting; went to a cool reading of poems and real life tales. Sold a bunch of Pirate Cat Radio t-shirts at Chicken John's election night party.... So Newsome is still our Mayor....

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November 7- December 8- A Quiet Town -Dolby Chadwick Gallery-210 Post Street, #205, SF-5:30-8:00 PM.

November 7 - December 20- Quilting Show-WCRC Gallery -5741 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland- 9AM-8 PM

November 7-Krob's Film Farm-Chez Poulet- 3359 Army St, SF- 8PM
Evil Dead 2 11/07

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

November 7-Standup w/ Dattner- The Purple Onion-140 Columbus Avenue, SF- 9 pm

November 7-Comedy, Darling: Sleepover!-The Edinburgh Castle - 950 Geary St, SF-8pm -$8
(a show of variety and chat) from San Francisco, a Mary Van Note production..-a Talk and Variety show of Stand-up Comedy, Music, and Burlesque `in Pajamas! with Candy Churilla & Brent Weinbach

November 7- Women's Poetry Salon-Alameda Main Library-1555 Oak St, Alameda-7-9pm.
Poets reading: Carol Dorf, Gail Entrekin, Christina Hutchins, Grace M Grafton, Judy Juanita, Tobey Kaplan, Bonnie Kwong, Lucille L Day, Jeanne Lupton, Dawn McGuire, Jeanne Powell, and Mary Rudge

November 8-"Cruel and Unusual"  -LGBT Community Center- 1800 Market Street , SF-8PM
Most states separate prisoners by genitalia alone, so pre-op, transgender women are placed in men's correctional facilities, where they find themselves vulnerable and preyed upon. This frank, often unsettling documentary portrays the challenges faced by these women.

November 8-Lydia Lunch reads- City Lights Bookstore- 261 Columbus, S.F-7PM- Free

November 8-Reading & Conversation: Eugene Robinson, V. Vale, & James Stark-camerawork- 657 Mission Street, 2nd Floor, SF- 6PM-$5 Public, $2 Students/Seniors,

November 8-Winston Smith, Attaboy - Varnish Gallery- 77 Natoma St, SF-7-10pm -Free.

November 8-Instant City Release Party-Adobe Bookshop- 3166 16th Street, SF-  7:30  10:30- Free
Readings by: Stephen Elliott, Sarah Fran Wisby, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore,and Richard J. Martin Jr.

November 8-DAMNWEEVIL-Thee Parkside -1600 17th Street, SF- 8PM

November 8  11-International Animation Festival- Landmarks Embarcadero Center Cinema, SF-

November 8(thurs) - Shorts Program-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big Sur-8PM

November 9 & 10 - 8pm & 11- 1PM-SUBHUMAN-Rhythmix Cultural Works- 2513 Blanding Ave,  Alameda $15
Ed Holmes' one man show of his Navy days surfaces again Veterans day weekend at Rhythmix Cultural Works in Alameda. From a foghorn hallucination heard as a child on the shores of Lake Erie to alarm bells beneath the Pacific Ocean Ed spins the true and salty tales of his days as a mechanic on board a diesel submarine during the 60s

November 9-Calling Betty Page: Surveying Sex in Cinema-Oddball Films-275 Capp Street, SF-8:30 PM- $10
featuring a intriguing and offbeat history of sex in cinema from the archives of Portland film collector Ian Sundahl

November 9-The Heather Gold Show-Garage -459 Clementina St, SF-8-9:30PM-$15
an interactive talk show. Theme: The current importance of being Earnest

November 9-Lydia Lunch performs- The Make-Out Room- 3225 22nd Stree, SF 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM-

November 9 & 16-Uphill Both Ways presents "Insurance?!? We Don't Need Insur-AAAHHHH!!!" - Dark Room Theater- 2263 Mission St., SF 10pm- $10

November 9-ASK THE DOCTORS: FELLATIO- Good Vibrations - 603 Valencia Street, SF-7 - 8:30 pm
resident staff sexologist Dr. Carol Queen and Dr. Robert Lawrence will explore and explain everything you ever wanted to know, but were afraid to ask

November 10- Pip Squeak A Go Go -330 Ritch Street, SF-1pm - 4:30pm
a dance party for all ages! - (Free dance classes throughout the day)

November 10- DJ Zeljko- 12 Galaxies, SF- 8PM - $10

Nov 10- Lydia Lunch- Moe's Bookstore- 2467 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley-7:30PM
Discussing Arthur Nersesian's book "The Swing Voter."

November 10-T & T - The Old Mabuhay Gardens Club- 443 Broadway St, SF -2PM

November 10- Spectrum's 25th Anniversary Gala-Mill Valley Community Center -180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley -7PM- $125
This festive night of dancing and dining supports Spectrum, the North Bay's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender resource center.  Auctions!  Dancing!  Performers including Donna Sachet, Jan Wahl, Big Hair, and of course, Twilight Vixen Revue featuring our favorite singer Anita Cocktail.

November 10 -Writers With Drinks -Make Out Room- 3225 22nd. St., SF- 7:30 PM -$3-$5
with Inga Muscio, Kage Baker, Jessy Randall, James Calder, Ellery Urquhart, Samhita Mukhopadhyay.

November 11-The Clouds Carved the Mountains-Triple Base Gallery 3041 24th Street, SF-3-8PM
: A Dialogue Between Sound and Space (round II) w/ Gabe Noel & PJ Wyderka, Tussle and Jascha Ephraim Memorial Library

November 11 (Sunday)-Gomer Hendrix & Joyful Harmony Band-Veterans Hall- 200 Grand Ave.,Oakland-11 a.m.

Nov. 11-Bay Area Bisexual Network Brunch-Lake Merritt Hotel -1800 Madison St., Oakland,-11:30 a.m. - 2:p.m

November 11- (sundays)-Bad Movie Night-Dark Room-2263 Mission Street. SF-8PM- $5 w/ popcorn
Some of the movies - 11/ 11 - Electronic Dreams, 11/25 - The net, 12/9 - Black Christmas, 12/12 - It's a Wonerful Life

November 12-You Said Saturday - Cafe Du Nord, SF-9PM
with the Whigs and Wild Sweet Orange

November 12-Marga's Hot Mondays-The Empire Plush Room, SF-8PM

November 13- ( every Tuesday) - Stand-up Comedy-Annie's Social Club -917 Folsom St., SF -6:30pm- Free
Happy hour begins @ 4pm

November 13-( tues night)-WordParty- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight Street, SF-8:30- 11:30pm
Poetry open mic with Jazz Music

November 13-(tues) - Speech Therapy- Anu-43 6th St., SF- 8:30PM- free

November 14 - Meditate and Destory - The Victoria Theater - 2961 16th Street, SF - 8PM
This is a very cool doc.

November 14- Birds & Batteries-Knockout, SF-8PM

NOVEMBER 14- SMACK DAB's 4th anniversary show- Magnet-4122 18th Street, SF-7:30 signup
an open stage cohosted by Kirk Read and Larry bob Roberts-Featured performer: Tarin Towers

November 15 -"Girls with Guitars"- Little Fox Theater -2209 Broadway Redwood City- 7:30pm,-$14
benefit for Guitars Not Guns w/ Groovy Judy

November 16- Pillow Fight- Lexington, SF - 10PM

November 16-AT YOUR CERVIX - CSC-1519 Mission Suite 1., SF-7:30 pm
a film dedicated to making pelvic exams respectful and pain-free. The filmmakers will come with clips to show and will tell the story of their unique, important

November 16-18-LOST/FOUND-Dance Mission Theater -3316 24th Street, SF-8pm -$15
(Tales from the Margins of Masculinity) Choreographed by Sean Dorsey

November 16-The Jesus Roast -Broadway Studios -435 Broadway, SF-7:30 PM -$12
: The Jesus Roast 'The Celebrity Roast of Your Lord and Savior JESUS H. CHRIST'THE ACTORS: Howard Stone as Jackie Mason Will Durst as Judas Mickey Joseph as Phil Silvers Marga Gomez as Pontius Pilot Johnny Steele as Frank Sinatra Will Franken as Mohammad Mike Bossier as Alec Baldwin Debi Durst as The Virgin Mary Mari Esther Kaplan As Joan Rivers Tom Smith as Bacchus Candy Churilla as Mary Magdelan Colin Mahan as Mel Gibson Randy Houser as Hercules Doug Ferrari as Doug Ferrari Stephanie Goldstein as Mother Theresa Nick Leonard as Satan And Kurt Weitzmann as Jesus H. Christ Immaculately conceived and written by Kurt Weitzmann and Howard Stone

November 16- Hubba Hubba Revue Telethon! - DNA Lounge, SF- 9PM-$15
Real Show about a fake Telethon, and it's packed to the gills with Comedy, Sexy Girls, Red-Hot Burlesque, and a star-studded line-up guaranteed to end Restless Leg Syndrome in Our Lifetime!  With Extra-Special Musical Guests...LAVAY SMITH & HER RED-HOT SKILLET LICKERS!

November 17- Chez Badunkadunk - Cat Club, SF- 9:30PM - $10 -
Really - really hot and and talented pole and burlesque dancers

November 18 -Other magazine #13 release party-CounterPULSE- 1310 Mission St., SF-7 to 11 PM-$7-$10
Featuring Victor Krummenacher, Hazy Loper and Ukeapocalpyse! And DJ Joel Schalit.

November 18-GET THE BODY PIERCING YOU ALWAYS WANTED - At Fakir's San Francisco Piercing Workshop -1216 FOLSOM B-No Piercing Fee, Quality Jewelry Only $10/Piece
Caring quality body piercing by a pro instructor or student piercer supervised by Fakir or a pro instructor. Volunteers also wanted for genital piercings, male or female, on Saturday November 17. CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT: 650-324-0543 AND TELL US WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE PIERCED or email

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, Come early - seating is limited & 7pm pre-shows



Desert recipes

An LA pirate radio station

I love Zombies

A friend (Hedley) in England's latest event

A cool film competion


1) Join SWOP-USA Street Theater, with Scarlot Harlot and Robyn Few portraying the Fremont Police's "Entrapment Vixens" (boo!) and cute escort /exotic dancer/former SF Supervisor-Candidate/Sex Worker Idol, Starchild (yay!)

"Sorry Your Grandmother Was Mugged. I Was Busy Arresting A Sex Worker"
One performance only! Thursday, November 8, 2007 at 12:30 PM
 Fremont Court, 39439 Paseo Padre Pky, Newark

Casting call (and picket) every day in front of the Fremont Court 12:00 to 1:30 PM
(The trial runs daily from 1:30 to 4:30)
Beginning Monday, November 5th
Fremont Court
39439 Paseo Padre Pky, Newark, CA 94538
Cross Street is Walnut, near Mowry

- Riveting court room drama with innocent jurors trying to understand why Alameda County is producing this expensive reality show (and with no cameras in sight?)!
- More complicated than a plot of 'Law and Order,' sexier than 'Allie McBeal,' less evidence than 'Boston Legal'
- Cry at the waste of thousands and maybe millions of your tax dollars arresting innocent men and women for agreeing to boink for bucks.

Vehicles leaving San Francisco 11:00 am Thursday, meet at 398 11th Street for carpool (Info 415-751-1659)

Bring music, costumes, righteous indignation and signs such as:

"Arresting Prostitutes = Safe, Easy Work For Cops"
"Targeting Violent Criminals = Difficult & Dangerous"
"Guess Which Fremont Police Prefer?"

2) Declaring Our Erotic -- a day-long writing retreat for women

   Saturday, November 10, 8:30am-4:00pm.
   (Check-in and registration/continental breakfast 8:30-9:00am)
   Light lunch also provided.

   Location: 2915 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Berkeley, CA
   One block from Ashby BART.
   (let me know if I can help with directions)

As for all the other writing groups, we will be using the Amherst Writers and
Artists workshop method. You'll leave with: a strong, raw body of creative,
erotic/sensual writing; feedback from your peers about what's already strong
in your new writing; and some thoughts about revising your new work.

The cost for the day, including meals, is $100, and payment plans are
available, as always.

Let me know if I can hold a space for you!  And feel encouraged to pass the word!


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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