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I will be doing a radio show on Pirate Cat
Radio  - 87.9 FM & on http://www.piratecatradio.com/
on Saturday from noon to 2PM -   The religion I was raised with - a
discussion  with our Tony and Raina Bird raised in the 'Community' cult; and
Tony may have folks calling in...

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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:

February 23-Queer Open Mic w/ Lori Selk- Three Dollar Bill Cafe- 1800 Market
St., SF- 8 pm.

February 23 - Yes Go- Kimos, SF- 9PM

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ME UPDATES:

  I went to see a great play  and two great fims - "Yellow" and "Majova
Phone Booth" at Indy fest, went to see Porch Light Reading series (which was
great), and Iwent to a Mardi Gras party. Also I interviewed DJ Pusspuss...
basically all was great

More about my week at:
http://mskittywhore.livejournal.com/
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SF EVENTS: now- 3/1 -more at http://www.lilycat.com

EXTENDED SHOWS:

January 31- February 24- annual erotic art-City Art Cooperative Gallery- 828
Valencia S., SF
Gallery Hours: Wed to Sun, Noon to 9 pm show promises a lavish display of
erotic art expressing a wide range of yearnings, cravings, fantasies, and
obsessions.

February 9-27-Erotic Art Show- Femina Potens -465 S. Van Ness, SF-7 ? 10pm
Featuring the work and dazzling, insightful words by Barbara Nitke, Michele
Serchuk, Midori, Paige White, Chanta Rose, Twincest, and Trouble Royale

February 10 - March 4-Big Death & Little Death - www.crowdedfire.org -
$10-30 with special Pay-What-You-Can performances
follows two troubled and immensely likable teen siblings as they cope with
their Gulf-war vet father's strange expressions of post-traumatic stress,
the death of their mother in a mysterious car crash, an inappropriate
guidance counselor, and the ultimate career choice: "Should I go to college
or destroy the universe?" Complete with an enormous invisible dog and a
death-metal soundtrack, the dead spring to life and the living imitate the
dead in this dark comedy about the end of the world as we know it.

February 20-March 22-The International Human Rights Watch Film Festival-
Pacific Film Archive-2575 Bancroft Way, Berkeley-$5 to $8-visit
http://bampfa.berkeley.edu/pfa for film schedule

Jan 19- April 1(Fri & Sat -8PM & Sun -3PM)- Emperor Norton- Shelton-533
Sutter St, SF
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February 22-(thurs) - Shorts Program-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big
Sur-8PM
http://www.henrymiller.org/shortsprogram.html

February 22-(thurs) -(every thurs)-Tourettes--METRO- 201 Broadway,
Oakland-8PM - $7

February 22- baby remember my name-a different light- market street
-7PM-free
featuring meliza banales rhiannon argo amanda davidson pk mcbee gina de
vries michelle tea and others

February 22-Americian Fido - the worst talent contest -Dark Room-2263
Mission St.,SF-sign-up 7:30PM - show 8PM - free to performers- audience -
$15

February 22-Youth Speaks Teen Poetry Slam -ODC Theater- 3153 17th Street,
SF- 7PM-$6

February 22 - April 28-Spike & Mike's Sick & Twisted Festival of
Animation-Victoria Theatre- 2961 16th St., SF-Thursdays & Fridays at 7pm &
9pm, Saturdays at 7pm, 9pm, & 11pm
19+ BRAND NEW short animated films, plus a few surprise bonus films!! Titles
include 2 NEW "Dr. Tran", "Happy Tree Friends" by Mondo Media, A Favorite of
the San Diego Comic-Con crowd "Pirate Baby's Cabana Battle Street Fight
2006" by Paul Robertson, also one of the most beautifully hand rendered
films we've ever shown "How To Cope With Death" by Tandem Films. "The Zit"
by Mike Blum and from France ""Crab Revolution" by Arthur De Pins. ,

February 22-26-Velocity: SF Messenger Art Show-Balazo Gallery-2183 Mission
St., SF

February 22- THE O TAPES!- Screening-Lumiere Theater-1572 California,
SF-7-9pm
February 22-Post-Screening Reception- Good Vibrations- 1620 Polk Street, SF
-9-10pm
a spoken-word odyssey into the Female Orgasm... as seen on Showtime. In this
groundbreaking film, a diverse group of American women reveal their intimate
perspectives on arousal, sex, and orgasm. Join Director Chris Arnold, Good
Vibrations Staff Sexologist Dr. Carol Queen and guests for the San Francisco
premiere screening, lively discussion and tasty refreshments! CSC panelists
include Dr. Kathryn Ando, Dr. Charlie Glickman, and Celeste Hirschman of
celesteanddanielle.com

February 23 - The Bisexual Guide to the Universe-Good Vibrations- 603
Valencia, SF-7:30-9 pm
Book Night with Mike Szymanski and Nicole Kristal! Sponsored by the Center
for Sex & Culture

February 23 -The accustic show - Hotal Utah- 550 4th St., SF- 9PM
The 50 guitar orchestra, Diamond Jim, Dreamboat, Where are you?,The Simple
things, and mother's little helper

February 23-Queer Open Mic w/ Lori Selk- Three Dollar Bill Cafe- 1800 Market
St., SF- 8 pm.

February 23-LUNA LOUNGE - The House of Stormz:-1431 105th Ave, Oakland-10pm-
$10

February 23 - Yes Go- Kimos, SF- 9PM

February 23 & 24 -"Unforgettable" cabaret -ODC - 3157 17th St., SF - 8 p.m.
(2PM- 24)-$20
with Kim Kuzma and San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus soloists WHEN: Friday,
February 23,and

February 23-Ultra Gypsy -853 Valencia Street, SF- 9PM-$10

February 23 & 24 -Rough Sketch-Dark Room-2263 Mission Street. SF-8PM- $10

February 24- Take My Breath Away-Center for Sex & Culture- 290 Division, #
405, SF-1-4pm -$25
Breath and Air Flow Play with Bridgett Harrington -- pre-register at
mail@sexandculture.org

February 24-Really Really Free Market - On The Greens In Front Of City Hall
-between Larkin & Polk, McAllister & Grove, SF

February 24 (Sat)-Dirty Little Secret-Empire Plush Room's, SF-11PM-$25
Part Camp, Part Burlesque, All Vaudeville baby

Feb 25 & March 25-Last Sunday Freewrite -Frank Bette Center-1601 Paru
,Alameda- 6-8PM
Write until the timer goes off. Gets your pen moving. Write junk and
generate surprising work. Read aloud what you write if you want to.

February 25-Comedy Showcase!- The Red Victorian -1665 Haight Street, SF
-7PM-FREE
with Danny Dechi

February 25- Heather MacAllister of Big Burlesque Memorial-El Rio, SF
They are super cool at El Rio about bringing in outside food (just buy their
drinks). There is a big screen to show videos, etc., in addition to the
stage, should anyone want to perform.

February 25-Bad Movie Night-Dark Room-2263 Mission Street. SF-8PM- $5 w/
popcorn

February 27-one-night erotic writing workshop-. Good Vibes- Polk St, SF-
8pm-$25
taught by Jen Cross

February 27-( tues night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight
Street, SF-8:30- 11:30pm

February 27-(tues) - Speech Therapy- Anu-43 6th St., SF- 8:30PM- free

February 27- (tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF-
10PM
Music and open mic

Feb 28-(wed)-BERZERKELEY SLAM -Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck.
Berkeley-8:30-11pm. $7

February 28-(wednes)- Open Mic- Canvas Gallery - 9th Ave & Lincoln, SF -
7:30PM

February 28-(wednesdays)- Laugh Dammit! - SF Comedy Club -50 Mason, SF- 8PM-
$7

February 28-(wednesdays)"ASK DR. HAL!"-12 Galaxies, SF-10PM
He knows everything and the show will be loads of laughs

February 28-Species Release Party -Edinburgh Castle, SF-8 PM sharp
Bucky Sinister is reading, Vale and Tallulah Bankheist are performing.
Noise, art, subversion etc....

February 28- 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

March 1- Anchors A-Gay!- El Rio, SF-9PM-$7-12
Ahoy there! Hop aboard the S.S. Citizen King for a night of drag and
burlesque...uniform style. Sexy Seamen! Smokin' Hot Chefs! Mischievous
Maids! Rambunctious Pirates! ...and so much more. With performances by the
Citizen Kings, Twilight Vixen Revue, Kentucky Fried Woman, Alotta Boutte,
the Transformers, ThatWay, Jay Walker and other Bay Area queer favorites. -,
proceeds benefit LYRIC

March 1 - March 21-Noise Pop 2007
-http://www.noisepop.com/2007/art.php#artsched
Presents: Sights of Sounds Works of art from the music community
March 1- Opening -Park Life- 220 Clement Street, SF-7-10 pm.

March 1 -Emergenza Festival 2007 -Rockit Room- 406 Clement St. SF-7:30
pm-$15
Second Rounds Goatmilk - Instrumental Hot Farm - American Rock Cuban Cigar
Crisis - Indie Jeremy Miller Band - Power Pop Rock The Get Down - Funky Rock
Deciduous - Funky Rock Thinman - Funky Rock Bong - Funky Rock Override -
Alternative Rock

March 1-Two Tall Drinks-Amnesia-853 Valencia, SF-9pm
formerly Music for Squares - Erik Ian Walker, piano.  Joe Cunningham,
guitar.  Folk/Rags/New Orleans/Honky Tonk- openning for The Gallus Brothers
and possibly Wink Pain from Rube Waddell
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LA Shows

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 

2) 02/24/2007 50 Cent Haircut  - ROOM 5 LOUNGE-
-143 N. La Brea (so. of Beverly) -next to Acme Theater, above Amalfi
Restaurant, Los Angeles-10:00 PM

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SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)

Thursday, February 15, 2007 - Sunday, February 25, 2007
1:30 PM
We're casting three parts for the second run of Lovesick, the Cat Allergy
Musical that will run the first three weekends in May at the Darkroom
theater in San Francisco. Must be available for two rehearsals per week
starting in March. The first production got great reviews.

We need:

1 male 25-40, to play three roles. Must be able to sing and dance. Dancing
is minimal, singing is maximal.

2 female background singers 20-30, to play the parts of mice. Smallish
persons preferred. Must be able to sing and dance.

Please send headshots and bio information to pamela@pamelaholm.com. Audition
time and location will be forthcoming.

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

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