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I will be doing a radio show on Pirate Cat - Sat - noon-2PM
Radio  - 87.9 FM & on
This week mssybe  -live at the Sixth street Health Fair this week looking at the ins and out of today's health care services or we be breaking through the myths and realities about insane Southerns - I will get my family to call in.

There are very funny and educational Podcasts-

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:  (I will be there)

August 2- "Hang me"-Modern Times Bookstore -888 Valencia Street, SF- 7:30PM- 9PMish --FREE
- the artist workshop Getting your art into galleries and other spaces and generally out there

August 4- Chez Badunkadunk - Cat Club, SF- 9:30PM - $10 -
Really - really hot and and talented pole and burlesque dancers


Let's see what did I do since last Wednesday... Saw the trailer for Godspeed (fab) and abunch of other fab trailers and shorts from Had Wendy-o-Matik on my radio show - it was all about radical love, open releationships... it was a fucking love fest and very good.
Stage Managed the Paul Rueben's Day after party event - soooo funny - Pee Wee rocks,
and so do his loyal followers.
Meet the nudist Mayor canadiate at Perverts Put Out - the readers were so hot there.
And am moments away from having a plan for the Artist and Musician Expo.

Check it out more at:
SF EVENTS: now-8/19 -more at


May 19- August (Fri & Sat nights)- Films in the Park-

July 23-September 8-Popper's Shopper-Glama-Rama!- 417 S. Van Ness Ave, SF
paintings for the adventurous animal by Dorian Katz


August 2 (thurs) - Shorts Program-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big Sur-8PM

August 2- "Hang me"-Modern Times Bookstore -888 Valencia Street, SF- 7:30PM- 9PMish --FREE
- the artist workshop Getting your art into galleries and other spaces and generally out there

August 2-Diego's Umbrella, How to Win at Life, and John Anaya - The Make Out Room, SF-9pm

August 3- Radical Love Workshop-One Taste Urban Retreat Center -1074 Folsom St., SF -7PM - $25, Couples: $45

August 3- Best of the Bay Party! - de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park, SF-5-8:45pm
Come mingle with the best that the Bay Area has to offer, which, of course, includes Twilight Vixen!

August 3-Gender Gumby Peep Show - El Rio: 3158 Mission St., SF-8:30PM-$7 - $12
Drag and Burlesque Show starring: Mcs: Stevie Dicks & Jack Dup The Cockivores Alotta Boutte Kentucky Fried Woman Buck Naked Molly Molotov & Isabella Minx CHUBB Jay Walker & Delicio Del Toro AfroDisiac Kiss Que C'est Members of the Transformers Papi Cock & the Double Shots Citizen Kings

August 3-12-Goodbye Yellow Brick Road -Connie Champagne as Judy Garland -New Conservatory Theater- 25 Van Ness Ave, SF- (Thurs - Sat 8 pm & Sunday 2pm)

August 3- 18-The Rocky Horror Show-Coastal Repertory Theatre - 1167 Main Street, Half Moon Bay
w/ Dennis Delaney -

August 4-Rock 4 Art A benefit show for CounterPULSE -CounterPulse, SF-7:30PM-$8-20
Over fifty performance mavericks unite to benefit their favorite arts organization-- CounterPULSE! Pushing the envelope of music and performance, Rock 4 Art features excerpts from Carrie Baum's "Exit Sign: A Rock Opera" Jessica Fudim's "Cave In Cave Out, " and the hit musical "Venus Christ;" amazing antics by the performance artist/interpretive club dancing troupe Borts Minorts, burlesque beauties the Twilight Vixens; edgy avant-garde dance by MJ Paul; and music by the 50 Guitar Orchestra, Dyspecific and The Judea Eden Band in an evening hosted by Kristen Jones of Boylesque fame. A live auction and exciting raffle prizes complete this fabulous evening.

August, 4 -Club Unicornbread's Christmas In July!-Bottlecapp -180 Capp St., 3rd Floor, SF-8PM-$6
The night will include original interpretations of X-mas songs, a turkey dinner w/ every fixin' served by the Stepford Housewife Femme-bots, gift exchange, tree-lighting ceremony and an Apple Pie Hopes set & countdown to New Years in July. Apple Pie Hopes celebrates the release of their full-length, 12 song opus - A La Mode. Club Unicornbread will be curating the night of entertainment that features performaces by: Apple Pie Hopes -

August, 4 - Zero Boy, Dr. Hal, Chicken John and Krob -3359 Army St., SF-9PM- donation requested

August 4- Chez Badunkadunk - Cat Club, SF- 9:30PM - $10 -
Really - really hot and and talented pole and burlesque dancers

August 4- Sept1-Midnight Mass- hostess Peaches Christ: -Bridge Theatre- 3010 Geary Blvd, SF-11:45PM-$12

August 5 - SF Zoo - all-animal Variety Show - Great American Music Hall, SF-8:30PM -$15
Cookie Mongoloid, Kitty Kitty Ban Bang, Kellita, Gorilla X

August 5- Suspest Thought Reading-Suspect House in Oakland, Fruithills-3-6 pm-$10-$20
Hosts: Ian Philips and Greg Wharton (Possibly the last chance to see us in the amazing house we foolishly thought we'd one day buy for ourselves!) Performers: Patrick Califia Gina de Vries Thea Hillman Peggy Munson (via DVD) Ian Philips Alan Reade Lori Selke Greg Wharton (Allergy Warning: East Bay, cats, censored authors, queers)

August 5- Groovy Judy Solo -Center for Spiritual Growth-20 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, -10:30am

August. 5 - Party for the End of the World -48 5th Ave. Oakland-3PM $7-20
Rube Waddell hosts the Party for the End of the World a benefit for the Apocalypse Stagecoach featuring: Rube Waddell (that's us) Faun Fables Zero Boy the Apocalypse Puppet Theater the Barbary Coast Shakedown the Whoreshoes Knees and Elbows BBQ(bring-yer-own-meat), beer, beans and finger treats available for small fees be the first to see the (hopefully) completed mobile puppet theater stage(coach)!

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

August 5 - Chicken vs Wolf Mayoral debate -3359 Army St., SF-8PM

August 6 -Krob's Film Farm-Chez Poulet- 3359 Army St, SF- 8PM
This weeks it's: SHORTS! Not short pants, short films. He's got like a dozen of 'em. Look at 'em here: It's free, it's fun. Popcorn. Good people. Dog petting. Very wholesome.

August 6 - Anita Thompson on Hunter S. Thompson & "The Gonzo Way"- BookSmith - 1644 Haight, SF - 7PM

August 6-Sept 24-Marga's Hot Mondays-The Empire Plush Room, SF-8PM
August 6 & 20 (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

August 7- Anita Thompson on Hunter S. Thompson & "The Gonzo Way"-Cody's Books -1730 4th St., Berkeley -7pm

August 7 - Dattner- City Hall Comedy Club - Bistro 33, 226 F Street, Davis - 8:30 pm

August 7- (& every Tuesday) - Stand-up Comedy-Annie's Social Club -917 Folsom St., SF -6:30pm- Free
Happy hour begins @ 4pm

August 7-"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.

August 7-( tues night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight Street, SF-8:30- 11:30pm

August 7-(tues) - Speech Therapy- Anu-43 6th St., SF- 8:30PM- free

August 7- (tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF- 10PM
Music and open mic

August 7-HOMOSEX-GLBT Historical Society- 657 Mission Street #300, SF-6PM-8PM
oin editor Simon Sheppard - called by San Francisco Magazine "our erotica king" - and contributors Steven Saylor and Robert Gl├╝ck at the San Francisco GLBT Historical Society, for a book party for the landmark anthology Homosex: Sixty Years of Gay Erotica, including readings of vintage erotica, a discussion of gay porn,

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

August 8-(wednes)- Open Mic- Canvas Gallery - 9th Ave & Lincoln, SF - 7:30PM

August 9-Peggy Gilbert & Her All-Girl Band- LGBT Community Center- 1800 Market St., SF -7:30pm
Screening followed by discussion with filmmaker.

August 9-16-Dead Channels, the San Francisco Festival of Fantastic Film- Castro & Roxie theaterss- Dead Channels, the San Francisco Festival of Fantastic Film -

August 9- Little Minsky's-Club Deluxe - Haight at Ashbury, SF- 9pm-$5
With Twilight Vixen

August 10-QUEER OPEN MIC featuring Sadie Lune -Three Dollar Bill Cafe- 1800 Market St, SF -8PM

August 10-Enlighten Up! w/ Vanda Mikoloski & Dattner- San Luis Obispo Public Library, San Luis Obispo-7 pm

August 11- Girlfriend Experiences Insanely Great Welcome Home Party!-Fat City -314 11th St.t, SF-8PM- $12
MC's: Comedian Mary Van Note and the AMAZING Hernan Cortez BANDS: The Girlfriend Experience The Hundred Days Machinegreen (from Chico) Fastpass ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCES: Uni and her Ukelele The Catholic Comb BURLESQUE PERFORMERS: Twilight Vixen Revue Belles Du Jour The Scenic Sisters Retro Cabaret ART & PHOTOGRAPHY ON DISPLAY BY: Heather Weitman MOXIE Chance Garrick Williams more TBA!!! .

August 11-Day One Symphony-Cafe du Nord -2174 Market St., SF-8PM-$5
w/ Strata, Push to Talk, Cold Hot Crash

August 12- Suspest Thought Reading-Damron Travel Guides- South of Market, SF-3-6 pm-$10-$20
Performers: David Christensen Gina de Vries Nadyalec Hijazi Julia Serano Simon Sheppard Karl Soehnlein horehound stillpoint (Allergy Warning: dogs, literature, queers)

August 12- Groovy Judy - San Mateo County Fair-2495 S. Delaware Street San Mateo- 1pm  2pm

August 17- Sizzle -erotica open mic - Femina Potens-Femina Potens- 2199 Market St., SF- 7-10 pm-$3-$5

August 17- Just The Two of Us - LGBT Community Center-1800 Market St., S- 7PM-10Pm
Single, Self-Identified Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer, and/or Transgender Women all ages - film screening

August 18- Groovy Judy -Old Princeton Landing -460 Capistrano Rd, Princeton-by-the-Sea- 9:30PM  1:30AM

August 18- Drag King Contest -SomArt- 934 Brannan, SF-8Pm- $15
Benefit for PAWS and should be a hoot

August 18-I Like Long Walks and Sci-Fi Movies-Femina Potens- 2199 Market St., SF- 7-10 pm
the first exhibition in gallery's new Castro location  I Like Long Walks and Sci-Fi Movies: New Work by Eliot K. Daughtry & Francesca Berrini----Gallery Hours: Thursday-Sunday, Noon-6 pm

August 19- Suspest Thought Reading- Kirk Read and Ed Wolf House, SF-3-6 pm-$10-$20
: Performers: Rhiannon Argo Justin Chin Daphne Gottlieb Thea Hillman Katia Noyes Alvin Orloff Kirk Read Ed Wolf (Allergy Warning: poetry, the unexpected, cats, queers) This is a shoeless home. Slippers, socks, or bare feet only.

August 19- Groovy Judy Band - St. James Gate Irish Pub & Restaurant- 1410 Old County Rd Belmont,- 2pm - 5pm

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

2) 8/01-50 Cent Haircut - QUE SERA -1923 E.7th St.-Long Beach-10 PM
Hollywood- many bands from 7PM- midnight & 9PM 50 Cent Haircut



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2) GodSpeed (What promises to be an amazing film)

3) A video game about killing that became a movie -

SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)

To register for a table, go here:

To view a current list of exhibitors, go here:

A description of the Expo follows:

The Expo is the Bay Area's only grassroots connection fair for independent arts, music and culture. JOIN US on Sept. 15 as the Expo celebrates eight years as a unique "Free Culture Fair" where the emphasis is NOT on selling, but making connections, sharing resources and creating culture and community. Admission is donation-based and no one is turned away.

The Expo is an all-day extravaganza featuring more than 100 Bay Area arts organizations, free workshops, performances, and hundreds of local artists and musicians. Attendees can browse tables staffed by local galleries, nonprofits, collectives and small businesses; present their portfolios; and join in workshops on grant proposals, censorship, arts marketing, underground art history, making a demo tape and more.

Coming Saturday, September 15, 2007 ....

The Eighth Annual Expo for the Artist & Musician
     SomArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan Street

Be a part of Expo 2007!


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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