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SF events 2.8 "The Secret" today on Oprah Thurs. Feb.8 at 4:00pm

Thursday Feb 8
4PM Liam Madden and Sunsara Taylor at SF State 
6:30PM A Khalil Bendib Political Cartoon Exhibit 
7PM Criminal of Poverty: Growing up Homeless in...
7:30PM Black History Month Film: "AMANDLA! A Revolution... 
9PM Free Screening: Stop Mountaintop Removal 
Friday Feb 9
11AM Paradise Occupied: Environmental and Social... 
12PM Berkeley Women in Black weekly vigil 
4PM Labor/Community Forum "Bullying In The Workplace" 
More Events...
 Garlicy Raw Hummus from last night 
2 packaages of sprouting raw mixed organic beans 
1.5 cup raw tahini 
1/2 teaspoon salt 
juice from two large ripe organic lemons 
big splash extra virgin olive oil 
generous shake cumin 
1/3 cup water 
4 cloves garlic 
Put all ingredients in food processor and process! Eat with big carrots for a satisfying munch! Yum! 


80% of CA H2O goes to Agriculture.    50% of CA H2O goes to animal Ag. 
California is wasting water and land to grow soy, rice, alfalfa for animal feed;
on land that could be used to feed humans.    Go veg.

Turning Off Google Search History
Disgruntled ex-Google employee Nelson Minar shows how to
stop Google from tying your searches to your name (though
there's no guarantee that they can't do that without your permission).

Why You Should Avoid Taking Vaccines - by James Howenstine, MD

Presentation by Henry Lamb on the North American Union
You Absolutely Have To Watch This Power Point Presentation On The NAU!!  Do It Now!! 
(Turn Your Sound On)

Brzezinski Suggests False Flag Event Could Kick-Start Iran War
Top globalist warns Congress of provocation or terrorist attack inside U.S.

Former National Security Advisor and founding member of the Trilateral Commission Zbigniew Brzezinski tacitly warned a Senate Foreign Relations Committee last week that an attack on Iran could be launched following a staged provocation in Iraq or a false flag terror attack within the U.S.


The Disease that is Economic Growth - On an Environmentally      Collapsing, Poverty Racked Planet

This one has different soundtrack. And cleaner video, maybe the original.
The Aqua Teen Hunger Force Terrorist Hoax Video 2:12

Mooninites Cause Chaos In Boston!  10:35 (This one has the FAUX news segment tagged on.)
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Boston Bomb Scare
The Boston cops went bonkers over this.  They thought that these light bright fixtures were actual bombs.  So, they went around town and blew them up.  Can you imagine this. 

Mooninites Break-Out

Rock Your Face

 Mooninites Love Boston

ATHF Movie Trailer

Peak Oil Napa Valley forming (napa county)
Reply to:
Interested in meeting monthly to discuss Peak Oil and its possible effects on the Napa Valley? Meetings would be held in the city of Napa. Discussions (and actions?) would likely include the more general "sustainable living" as well as energy depletion.

moop map from last year

Bin Laden didn't blow up the projects. BUSH KNOCKED DOWN THE TOWERS. 911

Canoe and Kayak Put Ins and Launch Sites

February 2007

Thu Feb 8

"The Secret" today on Oprah Thurs. Feb.8 at 4:00pm

Just a quick note to say hello and hope that your life is going great and 
that you are connecting to your dreams and visions.  There is a powerful 
movie called "The Secret" which is all about that we attract whatever we 
think and feel about the most.  Oprah will talk about this movie and have 
some of the people in the film on her show tomorrow Thurs. Feb. 8th at 4:00 pm.
Many of us have watched the movie several times and we could watch 
it again and again and get more out of it.  Here is a link to watch some of 

Hope you can see the show or record it and definitely see the movie.  We got 
the movie from a website I think it is

Sending lots of love and wishing you all the best of happiness and health,

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

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

beware of 911 disinfo:


Thursday. Feb. 8th, 7 pm  City Lights Bookstore   261 Columbus @ Broadway, San Francisco

Ruth Wilson Gilmore discussing Golden Gulag: Prisons, Surplus, Crisis, and Opposition in Globalizing California, published by U.C. Press

      Since 1980, the number of people in U.S. prisons has increased more than 450%. Despite a crime rate that has been falling steadily for decades, California has led the way in this explosion, with what a state analyst called "the biggest prison building project in the history of the world." Golden Gulag provides the first detailed explanation for that buildup by looking at how political and economic forces, ranging from global to local, conjoined to produce the prison boom.

      In an informed and impassioned account, Ruth Wilson Gilmore examines this issue through statewide, rural, and urban perspectives to explain how the expansion developed from surpluses of finance capital, labor, land, and state capacity. Detailing crises that hit California's economy with particular ferocity, she argues that defeats of radical struggles, weakening of labor, and shifting patterns of capital investment have been key conditions for prison growth. The results - a vast and expensive prison system, a huge number off incarcerated young people of color, and the increase in punitive justice such as the "three strikes" law - pose profound and troubling questions for the future of California, the United States, and the world. Golden Gulag provides a rich context for this complex dilemma, and at the same time challenges many cherished assumptions about who benefits and who suffers from the state's commitment to prison expansion.

      "In this sophisticated, interdisciplinary study, brimming with new ideas, political savvy and moral urgency, Gilmore takes us on a demanding intellectual exploration of California's economic, political, spatial and cultural history." - San Francisco Chronicle 

      "A magnificent analysis of the political economy of superincarceration and the slave plantations that California calls prisons." - Mike Davis, author of Ecology of Fear

      "Golden Gulag is a deeply necessary book for our times. Gilmore digs beneath the easy answers to the more troubling causes of a political consensus that prisons are the only solution to all urban and rural ills." - Nayan Shah, author of Contagious Divides: Epidemics and Race in San Francisco's Chinatown

      Ruth Wilson Gilmore is Associate Professor of Geography and Director of the Program in American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California. She is a member of the founding collective of Critical Resistance, one of the most important national anti-prison organizations in the United States. 


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.


WholeBody Wisdom is presenting tomorrow evening a great free workshop by Taber Shadburne titled:
 Thu, Feb 8, 7:30pm: Radical Intimacy --  the Yoga of Telling the Truth

See below for details. [It's free if you register in advance -- while the on-line tickets last.

Also, listed below in the right hand column are eight additional events -- and, five of them are free if you register for them in advance.

Love, Openness, & Empowerment,   Scott   510-836-2041
P. S. If this email is hard to read please go to: 


Feb 8th | Intro to Personal Evolution | RSVP Required
What: Introduction to Personal Evolution
When: Thursday,  February 8th  7:00pm to 9:30pm
Where:The Arete Center for Excellence in SF

Is there something stopping you from reaching your full potential? Something elusive you can’t quite identify? Do you experience something in the way of you having the kind of life you want and deserve? Does fear, anger, sadness, shame, guilt or for some, even grief, weigh you down unnecessarily? Do you often take things personally? Do you find yourself acting in reaction against, or in continuation of the patterns your parents demonstrated?

You would like to be free from significantly negative emotional events from your past? Truly free—to such a degree you are even grateful for them? Would you like to have a greater understanding of the power of your mind and the minds of those around you?

Have you attended personal development events and found them useful, but ultimately unfulfilling? Have you experienced “transformation”, but found it ultimately unpredictable or unsustainable without a rigorous community?

Would you be interested in freeing up so much of your essence that you were able live your life’s purpose—and prosper from it?

If you answered yes to any of that, join me for this free event.


Film Screening: Black Diamonds, Mountain Top Removal and the Fight for Coalfield Justice
Thursday, February 8 9:00 PM Station 40
3030b 16th street
San Francisco, California 94113
Wells Fargo invests millions of dollars in rogue coal companies engaged in the wholesale decimation of Appalachian communities and ecosystems through the reckless mining practice known as mountaintop removal. Instead of financing clean, sustainable energy sources for the 21st century, Wells Fargo is bankrolling 19th century operations that produce electricity in the most polluting, most destructive ways possible. 

Join us at Station 40 in San Francisco for a free screening of the incredible documentary, "Black Diamonds; Mountain Top Removal and the Fight for Coalfield Justice" (

For more info about Wells Fargo's investments and mountaintop removal, check out


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 elegant or 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


"Djiboogo" tribe. They're an up and coming Arts Collective in SF
, featuring narratives in mixed media and glass, 
mindblowing original artwork, and good chill vibes. 
Check out their sophomore show!  Feb 9th 8-?, Feb 10th 1-6 pm 
Djiboogo Headquarters  274 15th Ave SF 94118 (inner richmond) 


THE SACRED IN PROFANE Paintings by Pauletta Chanco
Sponsored by the East-West Psychology Program at CIIS
Reception and Presentation ‘Painting as Spiritual Practice’
 Letting the Knowing One Through, Oil and Mixed Media on Canvas
 Reception and Presentation: Friday, February 9, 7–9pm
CIIS Main Building, Third Floor 1453 Mission St @ 8th. SF Namaste Hall 


ART: Opening Time Lines Fri 2.9 (8-11pm)
 Mina Dresden (312 Valencia St, 415.863.8312) map	


Fri Feb 9 Roller Disco! at (9pm) 2050 Bryant @ 18th / 19th
The folks from Black Rock Roller Disco will be spining tunes and renting skates. IndieFest is not responsible for alcohol influenced roller skating wipe outs!


Sat Feb 10

Potluck & Free Lecture by Don Weaver, 
"Positive Steps toward Earth Regeneraton"
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 vegetarian society


The Postcard Show! a small piece benefit show
February 10th, 7pm @ the SF Mart on 9th street between Market and Jessie


Free Lecture  sponsored by the San Francisco Vegetarian Society

"Positive Steps toward Earth Regeneration" by 
Don Weaver  author, To Love and Regenerate and co-author, The 
Survival of Civilization. 

 Saturday, February 10,   8:00 p.m.*
 Institute on Aging 3600 Geary Boulevard  San Francisco
  For more information, call 415-273-5481 or
  Don Weaver has made a great contribution in awakening the public to 
the ecological problems and solutions in promoting Earth Health 
  For 30 years as an organic veganic grower and raw food Natural 
  *A vegetarian potluck will precede the lecture at 6:00 p.m. More 
information is available on the web site or by telephone.

 2007-02-10 10:00 PM    Location: D7 Studios      

BELOVED      a valentine's day psy-party  

Valentine's Day is for romance and fun, and happiness with the 
knowledge that you have loved ones in this life. What better way to celebrate 
than with a killer underground party? 

We'd like to share this year's Valentine's Day with you, our friends 
and family, by inviting you to a very special event at a very special 
place. Featuring some of San Francisco's best psychedelic trance DJs, as 
well as excellent sound and deco. We hope that you will join us on 
Saturday, February 10th, and be one of our BELOVED.    Psy-Soundscapes by: 

 Audio Atmospheres by:    KNOW-AUDIO     Tickets: 
$10 presale tickets at Ceiba Records (1364 Haight St.) 
$15 at the door ($10 before midnight) 

Location:  D7 Studio  150 Folsom St. @ Spear St.


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

Sun Feb 11 New Year's Flower Market Fair at Chinatown (9am - 6pm)
In addition, traditional Chinese entertainment such as Chinese Opera and lion dancing will be performed on stage both days...


Hello Hula Hoopers!  Sunday 2/11 from 1-4 pm we'll head back to Hayes Green (at Hayes & Octavia). We had 
a huge turnout last time and it was a fun locale. Also not too far from the Civic Center BART 
stop. Come hoop with us!  to subscribe, send a blank email to:


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


Pelosi Watch Group Monday, February 12,  7:30 PM
 New College Cultural Center 766 Valencia St San Francisco, California 94110
Dear Pelosi Watch Supporters 

You're invited to join us in the 1st Pelosi Watch discussion on Monday
February the 12th at 7:30pm at New College Cultural Center 766 Valencia Street in San Francisco. 

Pelosi Watch is a new watchdog group developed to provide research and analysis on decisions made by Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, on a plurality of issues such as the war in Iraq, the Israel/Palestine conflict, health care, education, civil liberties and much more. While things in Washington DC are on the move under the new Speakers watch, we want to be there to witness as current events and issues unfold. 

The groups multi-issue focus will guide Watch supporters in monthly
educational forums lead by an advisory board member. Pelosi Watch intends to build bridges between the community, policymakers, academics, and activists at all levels. 

We look forward to your participation. 

For any questions or to RSVP contact Johanna at johanna @


Networking for Social Change: LinkedIn and WiserEarth at Net Tuesday
 Tuesday, February 13, 2007 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 Citizen Space 425 Second St., #300 San Francisco, California 94107
The second Tuesday of each month, social changemakers and web innovators get together to network, socialize and share ideas at Net Tuesday, an event produced by NetSquared,  a project of TechSoup,

This month our two presenters will be Dave Sanford of LinkedIn and Oz Basarir of WiserEarth. 

LinkedIn ( is a social networking site built upon trusted connections and relationships, and a powerful business network with over nine million professional members. Dave, the Assistant to the CEO of LinkedIn, will be talking about how nonprofits can use LinkedIn for their work.

WiserEarth (
is a wiki-like project to create a map of organizations devoted to sustainability. The project was initiated by Paul Hawken's Natural Capital Institute ( Oz, WiserEarth’s Technical Director, will talk about how WiserEarth will provide tools to help the hundreds of thousands of organizations that address social justice, poverty, and the environment find each other, collaborate, share resources and build alliances

Presenter bios:

Dave Sanford is the Assistant to the CEO at LinkedIn, where his cross-functional work includes analyzing new technologies, markets, and product features, as well as driving the company's philanthropic efforts. Dave graduated with honors from Stanford University in 2006 with a degree in Markets and Entrepreneurial Management, focusing on expertise and innovation. When he's not cooking up new ideas at LinkedIn, Dave spends most of his time cooking (and eating) gourmet food. For more, please see Dave's LinkedIn profile:

Oz Basarir is an independent web consultant. He is currently leading the WiserEarth technology. Over the last 14 years of his IT career, he has been in a number of development, architecture, and coaching roles. His passion is to apply his knowledge and experience in software for positive social change. He lives with his wife and daughter in San Francisco Bay Area.


BM Algae Enthusiasts - Camp mtg in Berkeley 2/13/07

Fellow Algae Enthusiasts, 

Your intrepid algae adventurers Meggio & Dr Friendly have teamed up with another BM algae team -- the Chlorophyl Collective -- to create a synergistic symbiotic algae installation of unprecedented magnitude ... we will be removing greenhouses gases from air and exhaust, transforming it (and possibly waste water as well) into biodiesel and powerful edible anti-oxidants before the public's eyes as they share the algae's high-oxygen breath... 

Looking for visual artists, architects, construction workers, educators & explainers, algae tenders, greenhouse makers, audio artists, scientists, ecosystem visionaries, gas and liquid system engineers, and all lovers of single-celled living ... 

your input is invited ... come and meet us and our new collaborators. we will soon be submitting the proposal. 

7 pm Tuesday February 13th, 
604 56th St 
Oakland, CA 94609 

+ + + original posting + + + 

View listing: 
Save-the-World Algae Farm BM 07 

Interactive installation at Burning Man aka Greening Man 2007. 

Biofuels are all over the news these days as a non-toxic way to eliminate greenhouse gases and our dependency on petroleum. But, to grow enough fuel for the U.S. using land crops (soybeans, switchgrass, ?waste? cellulose, etc.) would require more than the entire area of the country and cause massive ecological damage. How can we grow all the fuel we need without injuring our precious cropland, topsoil, and water supplies? 

Microalgae produce prodigious amounts of biodiesel fuel and can be grown in salt water. This means it can be farmed in oceans, inland salt water lakes or non-productive land area (such as the playa!), reserving our fertile land and fresh water for ecosystems and growing food. Algae are also many times more productive per acre than any other biofuel technology. For example, a one-acre algae pond (208 feet x 208 feet) could supply fuel to 10+ ordinary diesel cars year-round. Algae can simultaneously treat wastewater and produce valuable co-products (fertilizer, nutrients, pigments, etc.). Because of the simplicity of making biodiesel from algae oil, DIY-ers, cooperatives, environmentalists, developing countries, and just about anyone can participate in this economical, eco-friendly approach to fuel-self sufficiency. 

We are seeking collaborators and like-minded spirits to build and operate an inspirational educational algal biodiesel production facility for the ?07 Burning Man festival and beyond. We will show 40,000+ burners how to grow and harvest fast-growing, clean-smelling algae and make it into fuel! 

We are building a greenhouse sanctuary to house the algae pool and Zen teahouse where we will serve green algae smoothies in the humid, oxygen-rich atmosphere generated by the algae. Evaporated water will be returned to the pond, minimizing water loss. Adjacent will also be the biodiesel oil ?washing? system, and an area for educational exhibits. The minimal energy required for the algae growth and processing will be supplied by solar cells and solar heaters. 

In the current conception, the algae pond will be approximately 6 inches deep and circle around a central lounge zone. Air-plants and algae-inspired art will also hang in the space, creating a healthful, contemplative atmosphere. 

If you are interested and would like to help out, please mail us or come to our upcoming organizational meetings on the development of this playa installation. Enthusiastic algae farmers, educators, engineers, designers and builders are most welcome! 

To learn more and/or become a contributor to this project, please contact 
Dr Friendly by emailing 

For more info check these links: 
single cell solution 
algae farm 
BM 07


Rosin Coven's Valentine's Soiree
Wednesday, February 14th & Thursday, February 15th
@ Mojito Restaurant 1337 Grant Ave (@ Vallejo)
Restaurant doors open at 6pm for dinner (not required for show)
Join Rosin Coven for a sexy, loungey Valentine's dinner soiree at Mojito Restaurant and Live Music Lounge. 
Located in the heart of North Beach, this swank little spot seats only about 100 per night, so advance tickets are highly recommended.
- Wednesday Feb 14th - Valentine's Dinner & Show @ 8:00pm
- Thursday Feb 15th - "Tear in Your Martini Night" @ 9:00pm
Advance Tickets & Info:


Ma.gnolia's First Birthday Party Thursday, February 15, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 Citizen Space 425 Second St., #300 San Francisco, California 94107


NPC Speaker Series February 15th
Parks in the Era of Global Warming
Join NPC on February 15th for a panel discussion on how parks are part of the global warming equation. 
Sports Basement, Presidio 
610 Mason St. 
6:00 to 7:30 PM	
Come early & SHOP! Receive a 15% discount on one entire purchase, with 5% of each purchase donated to NPC. Click to PRINT coupon and bring to store. 

Kelly Quirke, Executive Director, Friends of the Urban Forest 
Bruce Riordan, An Inconvenient Truth Presenter, Founder, Elmwood Consulting 
Sarah Sutton, Landscape Architect & Principal, DC&E Planning 

RSVP to 415-621-3260 or
*Wine and Cheese Provided
Transit: Buses 29 Sunset, 43 Masonic, 82X Levi Plaza/CalTrain Express Presidio Shuttle Schedule: 
For complete flyer, click here 
For a complete list of NPC events, click here 

Kelly Quirke, Executive Director, Friends of the Urban Forest
Kelly Quirke has been Executive Director for Friends of the Urban Forest (FUF) for three years, and working for environmental and human rights' causes for over 20 years, including numerous years with Greenpeace on global warming. In 2006, FUF celebrated its 25th anniversary and planting over 40,000 trees in San Francisco. 

Bruce Riordan, An Inconvenient Truth Presenter, Founder & Principal, Elmwood Consulting
Bruce Riordan founded Elmwood Consulting in 1998 and was recently trained to present his version of Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth. Elmwood Consulting works with public agencies, the private sector and community organizations to improve the health and well-being of Bay Area residents. Current projects focus on public transportation, land use and climate change. 

Sarah Sutton, Landscape Architect, Principal, DC&E/WMA Planning
Sarah Sutton, a licensed Landscape Architect, has over 20 years of experience in public and private sector design including parks, streetscapes, trails, housing, plazas and creek enhancements. As a LEED accredited professional, her focus is on sustainable design and construction, maintaining a strong commitment to environmental stewardship in planning, design and project implementation.     Hope to see you soon!


Alex Wilson: Passive Survivability 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
February 15 in San Francisco at the Pacific Energy Center Howard @ 4th/5th
Alex Wilson, Executive Editor of Environmental Building News, will discuss the concept of passive survivability--a building's ability to maintain critical life-support conditions if services such as power, heating fuel, or water are lost--and why it should become a standard design criterion for houses, apartment buildings, schools, and certain other building types. Co-sponsored with Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility.


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:


What's New in Green Building Products
February 16 in San Francisco at the Pacific Energy Center
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
In this informal program, Alex Wilson of Environmental Building News will describe new green building products and lead a discussion with participants. The discussion will focus on new products, their pros and cons, and approaches to incorporating new products into projects.


February 16: Supervisor Mirkarimi's 3rd Friday Art Opening
Featuring the work of Martin Grizzell, " Tapestry: When a Door is a Window"
Time: 5-8 pm SF  City Hall, Room 282, Polk @ Grove


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


Fri Feb 16 VenusEnvy, which starts at 10pm. 285 9th @ Folsom


> Links to photos from Sea of Dreams NYE @

ANON SALON confesses
Venus Envy


285 9th Street (@ Folsom) in SF

Suggestive Donations:
$10 before 10:30 / $15 devoted/ $20 ambivalent


Temple of the Heaving Bosoms
~ SLY (Sub Dub Luv)
~ BEN DAVIS (Tweekin' Records) [link] [link]
vs. SHARON BUCK (Green Gorilla Lounge) [link] [link]
~ EPROM (Nexus)
~ SAMIRA (SisterSF) (Seismic) [link]

Funk-tional Devotions
~ LEOPARD SKIN UKE (Belinda Blair) [link]
~ Z.O.N.K. (Up & Down LoveTempo Live!) [link] [link]

Venus Inamorata
Venus In Her Dreams
~ Photo Tableaus by FAITH ALLEN [link]
Corner of Adornments
~ FATI  BELOVED (DIY Adornments)
~ ROSANNA (Makeup)
~ (What I Love!) - DAX LEE
DIY Wall of Beauty
~ Your Thoughts, Your Pictures & Drawings
Sweet Offerings
~ Beauty Deconstructed / Video by RADIA
~ Emboldened Visages / OCEANA
~ Old-Fashioned Love Songs / KARAOKE
~ Sparkle Zone / DEE DEE RUSSELL [link]
~ Aphrodesial Truffles / ZoECACAo [link]
~ Guardian @ the Gate - ISSAC ARR.
~ LIGHTN' WIRE [link]
& More!

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 @ 
San Francisco Green Party CC mailing list
CC @  To unsubscribe or change options, go here:


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 


Chinese New Year Celebration - Year of the Fire Boar  Fri. Feb23
This has got to be one of the funnest all night dance parties of the
year, happening at 1015 Folsom. And I will be parading with the Santa
Cruz Samba Circus Dancers and Drummers. Yay! Come check it out!

Annual Midnight Procession & Dragon Dance with the White Crane Lion
Santa Cruz Samba Circus Dancers and Drummers, Visuals by Dax & Sponge
make your own Pig Mask, Live Art by Clay, face painting, organic treats
by Convergence,  and many Surprises ! 

Presale tickets here

We have the most amazing line up of Djs / live musicians / electronic
artists / performances / live video 
art / live painting / face painting , make making and more, ever
assembled under one roof. 

Bassbin Twins - Live Set (Belgin Breaks, Skint, Marine Parade And
Southern Fried Records)

Bassnectar (Lorin) hardly needs any introduction, always fresh, smart,
swampalishious BASS

Glitch Mob - You know that music that makes your ass go bump and brings
your mind along for the ride 
Featuring all the Mob residents( Ooah "THE MOB BOSS", Kitty-D "THE

Gamelan X -

Random Rab (El Circo) Playing a live set of original music with vocals
Rena Jones - Live set with Cello and Violin

Jonah Sharp with Mr. Projectile -

Brother - elf commander the bass expander  
John Howard – (Om Records) 
Mozaic - whatever he plays he does it with style 
Mancub and Captain Kirk (space cowboys) 
Little John (Raindance founding member and resident DJ) 
Adam Ohana - (Get Freaky) keeps SF bumpin 
Hypnotech – ( 
Neptune (Spiritual technology) 
Digital Honey ( The Dynamic Duo of Alia Wolfe and Ginger Vaugn) 
Subal (Back from his tour of the Sub Continent) 
Mycho –(Fringe founder / resident) 
EPROM – (Nexus secret weapon) 
Lazy Slave ( plucked from the fiery caverns of krizzonnia ) 

presale tickets online here

We have choose to hold the event at 1015 Folsom for the second year in
a row. 
If you hold any doubt about our commitment and ability to transform the
into a temple of fun. Just ask anyone who was there last year. It was a
beautiful event. 

To stay updated on upcoming events, priority for presale info for
Events - text “raindance” to 67463 (Msgme) 
please go to for more info 
limited presale for $15 available Feb 1st /$20 Door 
Streetlight records 939 Pacific Ave in Santa Cruz 
Distractions 1552 Haight St. San Francisco 
or online now @ 
10pm - 6am / 21 and up 


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


Sun Feb 25

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


Mar 2007

March 3 - Burning Man's Flambé Lounge Burning Equinox (Still in planning stage - details will be announced when set) 

March 3rd “Burnal Equalnox” can setup tables, etc. - we want a green zone
Greening the burn Tribe on

Save the Date for Solstinox - March 3, 2007
Do you all remember that one night of the year we are farthest from the Man, yet equally distant from two encounters with his flames?
Do you all remember the intense playa energy this planetary alignment generates, and how hard it kicks us into the season of Man?
It’s coming back. Soon!
This year, it will be at Mighty in SF. It will be mighty big. The events committee that puts on SF Decom will make it happen. And it will be a fundraiser for Black Rock Arts Foundation. This year, the vision we created in 04 is all coming together!
That special night of the year our spirits named Solstinox is coming back March 3. If you don’t save the date, you must not remember…
I can’t wait to dance with your playa souls again when the planets align.   Sunshine
PS: More to come when it comes.  

March 4 big cleanup day w/ Ocean Beach Foundation
Burners without Borders will be meeting Mar. 6 @7pm at the Burning Man office.
March 6 at 7-8:30pm. @ Burning Man Office 1900 3rd Street ( corner of 16th and 3rd. )
Q? Call Carmen @ 415-368-3704 sanfrancisco-announce mailing list
list info:
to unsubscribe: email
to subscribe: email
to submit an event: email 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!)


April 7 - Burning Man Town Hall (actual name of event may be changing)

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 6 - How Weird Street Fair  Whole Earth Fest UC Davis 3rd Wknd May.

Stanford POW WOW 2nd weekend in May? Sustainable World Symposium 2nd Wknd?

May 17 - 19 - Burning Man Fire Arts Expo

Joshua Tree Music Festival, May 18-20, 2007 Bay To Breakers 3rd Sunday in May


June 8 & 9,10 F/Sa/Su  - Health & Harmony Festival Second Weekend in June, Santa Rosa

June 10 - Haight Street Fair  Sunday.

June 16 - Burning Man BBQ-A-Newbie Picnic


Jun 23

June 23 & 24 - SF Pride 


July 11 - Desert Art Preview

July 28 - BM Costume Swap & Flea Market

July 29 - Participarade


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

Sat September 29 - Love Parade 

Sun September 30 - Folsom Street Fair 

Sun Oct 7 October 7 - SF Decompression SF Decompression traditionally 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.

more 2007:
March 3 - Burning Man's Flambé Lounge Burning Equinox (Still in planning stage - details will be announced when set) 
April 7 - Burning Man Town Hall (actual name of event may be changing)
May 6 - How Weird Street Fair 
May 17 - 19 - Burning Man Fire Arts Expo 
June 8 & 9 - Health & Harmony Festival 
June 10 - Haight Street Fair 
June 16 - Burning Man BBQ-A-Newbie Picnic 
June 23 & 24 - SF Pride 
July 11 - Desert Art Preview 
July 28 - BM Costume Swap & Flea Market 
July 29 - Participarade 
September 29 - Love Parade 
September 30 - Folsom Street Fair 
October 7 - Decompression 

-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

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;

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