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I will be doing a radio show on Pirate Cat
Radio  - 87.9 FM & on
on Saturday from noon to 2PM - Djuna of the Yes Go

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:

Anybody want to come to the "Twilight Zone" play with me on Friday
and/or to see the Jonestown documentary with me on Sunday at the Red Vic
Theatre (Haight and Shraeder) at 2PM?

This should be cool to - March 16 - The WET SPOTS Return!!! -Mighty- 119
Utah St ,SF-7 pm- show over by 9- $20

Also- also March 17 & 18 -Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair! - San Francisco
County Fair Building in Golden Gate Park -near Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way,
SF - all day - free


I went to get my picture painted, went to Writers with Drinks (which was
great as always), Raina dyed my hair redder (thank Raina), did a great radio
show with Mark Kliem (Thanks Mark), and got some matters fixed.
More about my week at:
SF EVENTS: now-  -more at


February 20-March 22-The International Human Rights Watch Film Festival-
Pacific Film Archive-2575 Bancroft Way, Berkeley-$5 to $8-visit for film schedule

March 2 - March 21-Noise Pop 2007
Presents: Sights of Sounds Works of art from the music community

March 2 - 26(thurs- Sun) A Place to Stand -Intersection for the Arts -446
Valencia St, SF-8PM- $10
This original poetic journey explores concepts of societal, cultural and
psychological imprisonment.

Mar 10-31- YOU BET YOUR IMPROVISOR-SF Playhouse- 533 Sutter Stree, SF-8PM
by Un-Scripted Theatre Company, Be a contestant or just enjoy the improv.

Jan 19- April 1(Fri & Sat -8PM & Sun -3PM)- Emperor Norton- Shelton-533
Sutter St, SF

March 3nd- April 1-INVISIBLE COTERIES-Femina Potens Gallery -465 S. Van
Ness, SF-7-10pm
Featuring new work by Camilla Taylor and Teresa Moore

March 9- April 7-CHEMICAL IMBALANCE-Exist Theater-156 Eddy, SF-8PM-$15
a darkly comic adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
During a particularly charming Christmas holiday, Dr. Jekyll's macabre
experiments go awry and twist his refined Victorian upbringing into
unthinking evil. Repressed impulses burst their corsets as Jekyll embarks on
his schizophrenic journey which threatens to reveal the bloody hands beneath
the gloves of the British Empire.

February 23 - 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

February 28-May 5 -Fetish the Culture of fear & desire- Kearny Streey
Workshop- 180 Capp. SF
Feb 28 - opening -6:30PM-9:30PM - Gallery Hours - Tues & Thurs - 2-6PM - Sat
12 -4PM
Art show with Dorian Katz and other great artists

March 14-17- Rap Dreams- RoxieTheater, SF-

March 14-ONE NIGHT LOVE AFFAIR- The Milk Bar- 1840 Haight Street, SF-7pm
"We've pulled together a list of ten amazing local artists and three djs to
rock the dance floor: FEATURED ARTISTS: Dan Pask, Phuong Tran, Ani
Boursalian, Taiko Fujimura, Lien Gray, Terri Saul, Matthew Leigh, Emily
Merrill, Michael Mersereau, and Ernesto Ortiz.

March 14-(wed)-BERZERKELEY SLAM -Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck.
Berkeley-8:30-11pm. $7

March 14-(wednes)- Open Mic- Canvas Gallery - 9th Ave & Lincoln, SF - 7:30PM

March 14-(wednesdays)- Laugh Dammit! - SF Comedy Club -50 Mason, SF- 8PM- $7

March 14 ? April 1 (Wed ? Sun)-Under the Radar-ounterPULSE- 1310 Mission
St., SF -8PM
---March 14 -18: $10-15 sliding scale, March 21-25: $15-20 sliding scale,
March 28 ?April 1 $18-30 Sliding Scale, Wednesdays: pay what you can.
---an interdisciplinary dance performance piece dealing with issues of
beauty, virtuosity, ability, and disability with an international cast of
disabled and non-disabled performers.

March 15-(thurs) - Shorts Program-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big

March 15-(thurs) -(every thurs)-Tourettes--METRO- 201 Broadway, Oakland-8PM
- $7

March 15 -The Handstand Ball -12 Galaxies-2565 Mission St, SF- 9 pm - $12
featuring: Jason Webley (me!) Zoe Keating (of Rasputina) Gomorran Social Aid
and Pleasure Club Knees and Elbows, Ultra Gypsy, Sparklemotion and much
more! (acrobats, Cyclecide clowns, etc...) * A benefit for the founding of
Yoga Mob Studios and Event Space

March 15- Just Call Me Mike: A Journey to Actor and Activist By MIKE
FARRELL-City Lights Bookstore- 261 Columbus Ave. SF-7pm

March 15 ? April 28 (Thurs,Fri, & Sat)-Hypnodrome Head Trips -575 10th
Street, SF

March 15, 16,17, 22, 23, & 24-SCREW-U-VISION-Xenodrome Theater -1320
Potrero, SF-8PM- $20

March 15 -Voices of San Francisco's Youth: A Dialogue through Film -San
Francisco General Hospital Carr Auditorium- 1001 Potrero Ave, SF- 6pm
. Following the screening, the filmmakers, a panel of community activists,
and the audience will dialogue about shared experiences around violence,
poverty, and other challenges to the health and well-being of our young

March 15 -Emergenza Festival 2007 - Rockit Room- 406 Clement St. SF-7:30
Chapter 47 - Hard Rock High Fly - Alternative Rock Terato - Rock Jerk - Punk
Rock Colma - Metal Dirty Orange Sun - Nu Grunge Crimson Cloud - Experimental
Rock Fringe - Rock n' Roll,

March 16- Pre-St. Patty's Weekend Bash - Rockit Room- 406 Clement St.
The Hooks The Catholic Comb - Rock/Alternative/Goth Spinout -
Rockabilly/Classic Rock Saturday,

March 16 -Sizzle Open Mic- Femina Potens, SF- 7PM-$5
featuring Cindy Emch

March 16 - The WET SPOTS Return!!! -Mighty- 119 Utah St ,SF-7 pm- show over
by 9- $20
The Wet Spots do a Happy Hour show sponsored by the Center for Sex &
Culture. The Wet Spots are Cass King and John Wood, a frisky Canadian
musical sex comedy duo who write sophisticated lyrics paired with sweet,
catchy melodies. Their musical repertoire is inspired by the risque
satirical songs of Monty Python, South Park, Tenacious D and musical comedy
legend Rusty Warren. They are known for their lively shows, which include
sing-alongs, spankings, and bawdy sex-ed.
--= Afterwards, a reception with the Wet Spots for CSC members only will be
held at CSC's suite at 10th and Division, just 2 blocks from Mighty.
Memberships ($20 student/low-income, $35-100 regular) can be paid for

March 16-Crash Cabaret -NOTAFLOF- 1519 Mission Street, SF-8 pm-$20
A benefit for Jon Sims Center-Featuring Diamond Daggers & Dreamboat, Where
Are You? With Mina Liccione & Dwayne Calizo and more sparkly guests TBA!

March 16-Jill Tracy and The Deadfly Ensemble-Speakeasy Lounge - Old
-- Lucas Lanthier (Cinema Strange, Deadfly Ensemble, Shanghai Triad)

March 16-"CANNED POETRY NIGHT" -Frankenart Mart- 515 Balboa street, SF-
Hosted By: Ingrid Keir Come read original poems from poets and nonpoets put
in hand-labeled cans. Each can is filled with an assortment of poems and
sells for $9.99

March 16 -Day One Symphony- Rasputin Records, Berkeley -7PM-free

March 16 -31 (Fri & sat -8PM & Sun -3PM) -Twilight Zone plays- Dark
Room-2263 Mission St.. SF-$15
Dude, who doesn't like the 'Twilight Zone" and this live action.

March 16- Vaudeville a la Mode!-The Uptown -1928 Telegraph Ave,. Oakland-9PM
- MC'd by comedian John C. w/ Musical offerings by your hosts, The
Girlfriend Expereince

March 17-'The Birth of Betty Boop or My Life As a Dog'-Oddball Films -275
Capp St., SF-8 PM - 9:30 PM-$10

March 17 -St. Paddy's Day Bash!- Rockit Room- 406 Clement St. SF- 9pm-$8
The Hooks Foley's Shoulder - Folk Rock/Punk

March 17- 'Bad Bugs Bunny: The Dark Side of Warner Brothers'-Oddball Films
-275 Capp St., SF-10 PM - 11:30 PM-$10

March 17 (Sat)-Dirty Little Secret-Empire Plush Room's, SF-11PM-$25
Part Camp, Part Burlesque, All Vaudeville babyPirate Cat Radio can now do
phone interviews

March 17 -P-Raw's Midnight Cabaret!-Sugarbunni's -1919 Market St., West
Oakland -10 pm-$2

March 17- 3rd Saturday "Island Women Write!" -The Frank Bette Center for the
Arts- 1601 Paru St., Alameda-1-3pm
All women writers of diaries, essays, journals, letters, memoirs,
non-fiction, novels, plays, poetry, and short stories welcome. Sharing of
support, constructive feedback, and friendship.

March 17-MIGGS HUGE EP RELEASE PARTY- Cafe DU Nord -2170 Market, SF- 8pm

March 17- The Groovy Judy Band Rocks-The Bottom of the Hill-1233 17th St.,
SF- 1-6PM-$10

March 17 - Anita's Cocktails St. Patrick's Day Show - Mecca Resturant- 2029

March 17 & 18 -Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair! - San Francisco County Fair
Building in Golden Gate Park -near Ninth Avenue and Lincoln Way, SF - all
day - free

March 17- Bohemian Carnival -DNA Lounge-375 11th St, SF-9PM
Mark Growden, Tim Barsky, Xeno....

March 18-Video and Report Back from World Social Forum- La Peña Cultural
Center- 3105 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley-Dinner in café starting at 5:30pm & show

March 18-Bad Movie Night-Dark Room-2263 Mission Street. SF-8PM- $5 w/

March 18-Potluck & Hootenany-Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center-515 Cortland
Ave. SF -4-7pm MUSIC GET-TOGETHER and Potluck - w/ -Two Tall Drinks

March 19-26- Rap Dreams - Parkwat Theater, Oakland -

March 19-Perpetual Motion Roadshow- The Beanery -1602 Ashland Street,
Berkeley-7 pm

March 20-"SHE SPEAKS" -Club Deluxe-1511 Haight at Ashbury St., SF-
National Women's Month Celebration" - Live Jazz withNova Jazz, Featured
poets include: Sharon Doubiago, Cara Vida, Jennifer Barone, Ingrid keir,
Monique De Magdalena and more! Open mic to follow.

March 20-( tues night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight Street,
SF-8:30- 11:30pm

March 20-(tues) - Speech Therapy- Anu-43 6th St., SF- 8:30PM- free

March 20- (tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF- 10PM
Music and open mic

March 20- Sketch Tuesday - 111 Minna Gallery, SF-8PM
The night will be hosted by local artists, Brad K. Alder and  Sacha Eckes
Some of the featured artists tonight include Rob Reger, creator of Emily the
Strange,  Michael Cappozzola, comedian, Phil Witte, writer and Ert O^(1)Hara
an arts editor at Juxtapoz magazine.

March 21-Perpetual Motion Roadshow-Modern Times -888 Valencia St., SF-7:30
Patrick Duggan!

March 21 -Boxcar Saints - Rockit Room- 406 Clement St. SF-9pm- $6
Kira Lynn Cain - Folk/Lounge/Experimental Valerie Orth Band -

March 21-Bawdy Burlesque A Go Go -DNA Lounge-375 Eleventh St., SF-8:30
find San Francisco's premier burlesque and go go performers have already
planned a groovy 60's beach party on the very spot marked with a bold X on
the map! There's more booty here than any cache of riches the pirates ever
could have imagined! Featuring: The Ship Disturbers, The Devil-Ettes, DJ
Otto, R.J. Owens and MORE!!

March 22-Free Speech Ain't Free- 111 Minna- 111 Minna St. SF-7:30 PM-$5-$15
A mashup of fundraiser, comedy showcase, night club and rock concert! We're
celebrating free speech and the EFF, with: * Blag Dahlia of The Dwarves *
Comedian Will Franken * RU Sirius * Evolution Control Committee * Beth
Lisick * Comedian Heather Gold * Turn Me On Dead Man *

March 22-29-Bohemian Chicks: Abstract Body -ArSpace Gallery-1286 Folsom St.,
SF-7:30 pm
Maerch 22 - Opnenning party & 29th - Closonf party w/ performances- 7:30PM -
Featuring the work of: Scarlot Harlot - Hung-Tsu Chen - Megan Kenyon Apriel
Coffey - Cyber Vixen -Lynne Augus Meat Management Council - Dee Dee Russell

March 22 Readingfeaturing Cindy Emch - Luv a Java Cafe -on Dolores,SF -8PM

March 22- Groovy Judy Solo Starbucks Music Showcase- 2727 Mariposa St.,

March 23- Bluebone Express & The Brownbums- 406 Clement St. SF-9pm- $6

March 23 - Queer Open Mic - $3 cafe- at the LGBT Center- 1800 Market, SF-8PM
with feature Jen Cross

March 23- Groovey Judy -Time Out Bar & Patio -1822 Grant Street Concord- 9pm
- $8
featuring The Privies, Spins, Attachments

March 24- Club Unicornbread - Space Gallery, 1141 Polk, SF-9PM-$5

March 25-Merchants of the New Bizzare -509 Ellis, SF-3 p.m

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.

March 25 - Vampires stroll Golden Gate Park-Borderlands Books -866 Valencia
Street, SF-3 p.m
Dragons prowl Nob Hill. Witches craft curses and love potions in the
Tenderloin. And what's really chasing BART?  The Paramental Appreciation
Society (Seth Lindberg, Claudius Reich, Loren Rhoads, and Lilah Wild) read
from their new limited-edition chapbook.

March 25 -Groovy Judy Solo -Religious Science of San Mateo Twin Pines Senior
Center- 20 Twin Pines Lane Belmont-10:30AM -FREE

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, Come early - seating is limited & 7pm

2) DJ Jamez spins (he is great)
March 15th – 3T – Soulful Salon’s 3rd Thurs, Jewel’s Catch One–8pm - 12AM
March 18th –The Standard, Downtown LA in the Lobby –  6pm to 11pm


Great Writing Class



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SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)


Fresh Meat Productions is currently accepting submissions for our 4th Annual
Fresh Meat in the Gallery transgender visual art exhibition (June 2 ˆ July
6, 2007). 

 This year‚s exhibition, BORDERS, asks transgender artists to explore the
impact of borders on their lives, bodies and communities.  We welcome
artwork that investigates and challenges BORDERS as barriers, liberation,
privilege or exclusion. Who/what do borders protect and who/what is kept
out?  How do borders function to create and divide nations, communities and
identities? How do borders deny participation, inclusion, and visibility?
Do borders offer community and at what cost? Who is celebrated? Who is

 Fresh Meat in the Gallery is an annual exhibition of visual art by
transgender and gender variant artists. We seek to empower artists, expand
the repertoire of original work authentically exploring transgender
experience, bring visibility to trans communities, connect transgender
artists with diverse audiences, create dialogue and build community.

Part of the National Queer Arts Festival, Fresh Meat in the Gallery
accompanies Fresh Meat 2007, the 6th annual festival of transgender and
queer performance (June 14-16 at ODC Theater in San Francisco). Last year,
approximately 1,500 people attended Fresh Meat in the Gallery. Info at:


We invite transgender and gender variant artists to submit original works of
art, including painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture and
mixed media. 

Please submit the following on a CD:
1) Up to three images, as medium-resolution JPEGs (640 x 480): no larger
than screen size).
    Images should be no larger than 5x7 inches and between 100-200 dpi.
Please do not send large files!!

2) A completed Artist Information Form
   [download form from
or send a request to]

MAIL your submission package to:
  Fresh Meat Productions
  3128 16th Street, PMB #240
  San Francisco, CA

Or EMAIL your submission package (up to 3 images plus completed Artist
Information Form) to:

Deadline for submissions is APRIL 30, 2007 (received, NOT postmarked by this
Late submissions will not be considered. Early submissions are much
Artists will hear back from us by mid-May.


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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