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)'( MASQUEROTICA XX-TRAVAGANZA - 10.20.12 The Second Annual X-Travangaza Halloween Masquerade @ SF Concourse Center/ SF
FRI OCT 26 HALLOWEEN CRITICAL MASS IN COSTUME. Bring Bike Helmet Light Costume. FUN! Meet 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza SF 
SAT OCT 27 TREASURE ISLAND HANGAR 3 space cowboys & sunset sf present GHOST SHIP 2012 APOCALYPSE
Nov 2 Dia De Los Muertos 7pm 24th st SF @ Bryant Nov. 10-11 Green Festival SF, CA
)'( NYE SEA of DREAMS 8TH AT BRANNAN SF Bioneers Conference & Workshop Intensives Emergence Oct 19 – 21, 2012 San Rafael, CA

“One Struggle: Intersectionality and Critical Animal Studies” Sat Oct 20 11AM-5PM
UC Berkeley Heller Lounge, MLK Building (at the intersection of Bancroft and Telegraph) 
Learn more about the work ICAS does,

UP San Francisco - Sat, Oct 20   Noon to 10pm
This Saturday's Urban Prototyping (UP) Festival will showcase the best citizen-led urban design projects that could be easily and cheaply replicated in cities all over the world.  The downtown fest takes over Minna and Natoma Streets by 5th Street hosting discussions, panels, and displaying projects like Fruit Fence, Glowing X-Walk, Shared Cinema, Urban Parasol, Clip + Slide, and more. 
The Burning Man Project is also presenting free performances by Gamelan X and Bad Unkl Sista at Hallidie Plaza on 5th and Market Street. 
More info here: 

California Native Plant Society Yerba Buena Chapter's 18th Annual Native Plant Sale is Saturday, Oct 20 from 1-5pm at the Miraloma Park Improvement Club clubhouse on O'Shaughnessy Blvd at Del Vale, San Francisco.  (Good directions/maps at
There will be a large selection of wonderful and beautiful garden plants native to our chapter area: San Francisco and northern San Mateo Counties.  Most are hard to find in nurseries--and all are important plants for enhancing the wildlife habitat value of your garden.  Quoting famed California Academy of Sciences entomologist Ed Ross:  "Why erect a stage and put no actors on it?" 
We can never have too much publicity!.  Please help us get the word out by telling  your friends, colleagues, organizations,and putting a flier in your local cafe, library, etc.   The link (which includes our fliers) is: 

THE CONCENTRIC CARNIVAL OF LIGHT: The Center's 1 Year Anniversary Celebration
Sat Oct 20th 1:11pm - 1:11am at The Center 548 Fillmore St SF @Oak St
This Day-to-Night community convergence will unfold as a lucent trilogy of Connection, Creation and Clearing. We are featuring a diversity of musicians connected to our community, three ritual theater light ceremonies, food & drink, carnival games and mini-workshops in order to promote awareness around activities and individuals involved in our co-creation - The Center SF.
MUSIC by Ilya Goldberg (of Emancipator), Rich DDT, Dubvirus, Nonagon, Lux Moderna, Daniel Berkman, Carly Patterson, Humanimal, Sara Judge, All else is, Kasia, The Shape
Gabriel Goldberg & Michael Angelo Sound Healing, Drum Circle
ART by Seth McMahon, Henry Lipkis, Josh Wentworth, Tom Le Blanc, Pineal Gland
WORKSHOPS by Brent Hogarth (Mediation & Psychology), Lux Moderna (Merkabah Bass Yoga), Steve Bearman (Interchange & Burning Man)
PERFORMANCES by Ninja Hoops, Bill Stark, Polina Smith, Dozens of Fire Performers
Carnival Games, Chills Spaces, Lunch & Dinner, Tea Lounge and more!!!
$15 suggested donation / $10 in Masquerade or Carney attire; Glow encouraged

A major rally is planned for this coming Saturday to protest the proposed anti-nudity legislation in San Francisco. This rally, organized by Desmond Perrotto , already has 157 confirmed attendees, another 103 "maybees" and the numbers will undoubtedly grow in the coming days. For more information, see 
This rally is where we expect to see a uniting of various groups whose interests and activities are threatened by Supervisor Scott Wiener's reckless political gambit -- groups including the leather-folk, the Bay-to-Breakers enthusiasts, the naked bike-riders, the street fair supporters, and lots of others. If you can make it to this event, please come -- dressed or undressed.
Jane Warner Plaza is at the 3-way intersection of Castro Street, 17th Street, and Market Street.

Saturday 10.20.12 7pm-10pm Flirt Camp presents...MASQUEFLIRTICA
Get in touch with your mysterious flirt with a memorable masquerade social at the fabulous Wix Lounge. Masqueflirtica is a pre-party to the Masquerotica Ball happening later in the evening - get warmed up and dressed up!  Come grab a drink, meet someone wonderful at our mixer, create your own masquerade mask, dance, get some advice (or a kiss) at our Flirt Booth or partake in a variety of other fun activities and games. Playa or masquerade dress encouraged. 

Tonight is the night!  Frekkin' awesome teaser video:
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MASQUEROTICA XX-TRAVAGANZA - 10.20.12 The Second Annual X-Travangaza Halloween Masquerade @ SF Concourse Center/ SF, CA
)'( Masquerotica 635 8th Street (@ Brannan), SF Sat Oct 20 8:30pm- 3am 
More Info (Coming Soon!):
So Far.. So Very Good.. With More to Come!
- RON KAT'S KAT DELIC (Live Electro FunkaDelic)
- Action Jackson (Disco Funkn' Soul Revue)
- Syd Gris (Opel / Opulent Temple)
- DJ Icon (
- Smasheltooth & Jocelyn (Club Exotica)
- Tranny Shack w/ DJs Carnita & Brown Amy (Hard French)
- Traci Lords & the RuPau Girls
- Aaron Delachaux (Kinky Salon)
With the Incredible..- HUBBA HUBBA REVUEFeaturing..~ Kara Nova PoleStar~ Molotov's Wheel of Death~ Midori and Mirror - Aerial Ballet ~ & Many More TBA!NINE Magikal Nine Ero-Worlds w/- KINKY SALON - CLUB EXOTICA- KINK.COM DUNGEON - ASIAN DIVA GIRLS- BONDAGE A GO GO- C
@ San Francisco Concourse Exhibition Center 
635 8th St. @ Brannan / SF, CA 94103
21+ / Costumes & Creative Sexy Wear Passionately Encouraged! Sorry, no street clothes, no pure spectators 
From the Co-Creators of Sea Of Dreams NYE, How Weird St Faire, Opulent Temple & SF Lovevolution

The 2nd annual MASQUEROTICA is coming to San Francisco on Saturday, October 20, 2012, 8:00pm to 3:00am, at The Concourse Exhibition Center, 8th & Brannan St. in San Francisco. In addition to all the entertainment, this mega costume party will have a group erotic art exhibition.
GalleriErotica will feature the erotic works of 13 artists, photographers and sculptors. Peter Keresztury, Producer-Curator of Erotic Art Events will be one of the artists participating in the exhibition.

Bassnectar Fall Tour 2012:  10/20/12 - Bill Graham Civic Auditorium - SF 1192 Folsom SF @ 8th St. $10 21+ Sat Oct 20 10pm-4am Beat Church's event El Circo & Beatchurch Bassnectar Afterparty! (UNOFFICIAL) 18:14

Sun Oct 20 SF Sunday Streets in the Excelsior

10/23 Bughouse Dinner and Chess at Dave's Pad. 
Come one, come all, newbies, beginners and vetrans alike, for some 
Fall San Francisco Bughouse Tuesday night. 
Bughouse Gourmet Vegetarian Dinner & Chess Club.  This is where we 
dine in grand style, socialize, do a brief check in with each man on 
their life (1-2 min), and then teach and compete in 2 on 2 Bughouse Chess if interested ask me for details and address
Larry King to moderate third-party presidential debate
Larry King will moderate a debate among the third-party presidential candidates on Oct. 23, the Free and Equal Elections Foundation announced on Tuesday.                                           
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The debate, which will be held in Chicago, will feature Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, Green Party candidate Jill Stein, Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode, and Rocky Anderson  of the newly formed Justice Party. The event will be broadcast live on Ora TV, the digital programming service where King launched his online talk show, “Larry King Now,” earlier this year. The Free and Equal Elections Foundation and, for unclear reasons, Russia Today will also stream the debate online.

“We are honored to have Larry King moderate this historic debate,” Christina Tobin, founder and chair of the foundation, said in a release. “The previous debates between President Obama and Gov. Romney have failed to address the issues that really concern everyday Americans. From foreign policy, to the economy, to taboo subjects like our diminishing civil liberties and the drug war, Americans deserve a real debate, real solutions, and real electoral options.”

The addition of King, who hosted "Larry King Live" for 25 years before singing off in December 2010, certainly lends some star power to an otherwise neglected corner of the American political system.

The exclusion of third-party candidates from the officially sanctioned presidential debates has been a source of frustration for activists on both ends of the political spectrum since at least 1987, when the Commission on Presidential Debates was formed by the Republican and Democratic parties.

The last time a third-party candidate was invited to participate in a presidential debate was in 1992, when independent Ross Perot famously invoked the “giant sucking sound” of jobs leaving the country thanks to NAFTA in his face-off with George Bush and Bill Clinton.

Wed Oct 24 7:30 PM GMO Teach-In with Living Tree Foods
MLK Student Union at UC Berkeley: Madrone Room 2475 Bancroft Way at Telegraph Ave , Berkeley, CA  

Wed Oct 24 Oakland, CA Humanist Hall 390 27th St Oakland, CA btwn  Telegraph & Broadway 
7:30pm Genetic Roulette Screening followed by discussion with Dr. Michelle Perro.
Institute for Responsible Technology
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The 10th Annual San Francisco Altered Barbie Exhibition 2012 Call to ArtistsBarbie is on Campaign with or without Ken
50 Shotwell SF Oct 24-Nov 18 Wed-Sat 1-8,Sun 1-5

FRI OCT 26 HALLOWEEN CRITICAL MASS IN COSTUME. Bring Bike Helmet Light Costume. FUN! Meet 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza SF 

Friday Night Skate Fri Oct 26 8pm Embarcadero @ Market  (which is every Friday) but this Friday is their Halloween skate. They do the Thriller dance at Union Square around 11, if peeps just want to come see that and not do the skate. It's fun! 26 Oct 21:00 until 28 October at 06:00 @ Public Works 161 Erie SF Raindance invites you to the 18th Annual Halloween Freaker's Ball party Friday October 26th & Sat Oct 27th! 

2012 Plant Fair, Native Here Nursery:  20,000+ Native Plants and Much More 
 Saturday, October 27
  from 10 am – 3 pm 
Sunday, October 28
  from noon - 3 pm
Native Here Nursery
101 Golf Course Dr., Berkeley


Come celebrate native plants with the East Bay Chapter, California Native Plant Society.
Over 200 species of local native plants will be on offer, over 20,000 individual plants from $5 to $30 each. Check the chapter web site after September 30 for the plant list. Bulbs, garden plant markers, CNPS caps and other items will be sold as well.
East Bay Chapter, California Native Plant Society:

Also Saturday 27th(?), I'm sure Deep will do his Halloween flash dance which in years past has been at the end of the long wooden pier by the Ferry Bldg off the Embarcadero. -Jill

SAT OCT 27 9p-4am TREASURE ISLAND HANGAR 3 space cowboys & sunset sf present GHOST SHIP 2012 APOCALYPSE
)'( Space Cowboys & SunsetSF Present: Ghost Ship 2012: Apocalypse Sat Oct 27 Treasure Island, SF Sat 27 Oct 21:00 Opel Halloween : Night of the Living Bass Mighty119 Utah St., SF MEAT KATIE (Lot 49, UK) THE SCUMFROG ( Gris (Opel / Opulent Temple) Alain Octavo (Spundae)Vinkalmann (Opulent Temple)Dex Stakker (Opel / Opulent Temple)Melyss (Opel / Home Breakin' Records)DJ Hil (Yerba Bueno Disco)Kimba ( / ReFreshed)+ much more tba  SUNSET Halloween Costume Boat Party! + After-Party Sun Oct 28 5pm-11pm Pier 3 SF 
SUNSET Halloween Boat After-Party • FREE with boat ticket stub • Goulish Drink Specials from 11pm-12am 
• Walking distance from the boat pier • Complimentary snacks and treats
657 Harrison St. at 3rd St SF 10:30pm - afterhours | 21+ Super Guest djs: TBA

Harvest Festival - October 27 & 28 A weekend of autumnal activities at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market and the Ferry Building Marketplace SF Embarcadero @ Market
What: CUESA & The Ferry Building celebrate Food Day, a nationwide celebration and a movement for healthy, affordable, and sustainable food, with a Harvest Festival. Two fun filled days! Come learn about your food system and enjoy unique harvest-themed activities and autumnal offerings. Click here for more details and information. 
Saturday, October 27 at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, 10 am to 1 pm
	•	Cooking demo and cookbook signing by Laura Stec of Innovative Cuisine (11 am)
	•	Natural dyeing demo and book signing with Rebecca Burgess (11:45 am)
	•	Make your own pickle with Urban Kitchen SF
	•	Press apple cider with CUESA’s old fashioned apple press
	•	Make butter using Straus organic cream
	•	Stop by CUESA's Right to Know table to learn more about Proposition 37, which will require labeling of genetically engineered foods. Get your picture taken with a "GMO Freak!"
	•	Pick up your fall harvest shopping list at the Info Booth
	•	Weaving/wool spinning demonstration with Spindles & Flyers Spinning Guild inside the Ferry Building at the south end of the hall
	•	Face painting in the Ferry Building
Sunday, October 28 at the Ferry Building Marketplace, 11 am to 2 pm
	•	Live music
	•	Face painting
	•	Barnyard by the Bay Petting Zoo
	•	Pumpkin decorating
Most events and activities are FREE.  No RSVP needed.

Nov 2012

Nov 2 Dia De Los Muertos 7pm 24th st SF @ Bryant ? West on 25th to Mission North to 17th East to Harrison or something back to Garfield Park @ 25th/ 26th Treat / Harrison to view Alters for Day of the Dead.

Fri. Nov 2 Berkeley, CA The Brower Center 2150 Allston Way Berkeley, CA 
7:00pm Seeds of Freedom film showing followed by discussion with John Roulac, CEO, Nutiva, Inc. and Grant Lundberg, CEO, Lundberg Foods.
Institute for Responsible Technology
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A Pedal Powered Tour of Green Infrastructure in San Francisco
Saturday, November 3rd, 1-4pm, SFPUC Headquarters, 525 Golden Gate Ave @ Polk St. in San Francisco
Did you know 9.5 billion gallons of rainwater flow through the city’s sewer system and into the Bay and Ocean every year? The City is committed to designing innovative ways to keep that rainwater out of the sewer system – through building green streets, installing permeable pavement, and developing systems to reuse it. Join city staff and design experts for a pedal powered tour of the city’s newest green infrastructure installations. Come learn about the history and future of stormwater in SF!  
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"Rhythm of San Francisco"! art reception Sat Nov 3 6:30-8:30pm Moxi Salon: 1980 Union St SF, suite 8 
Sat Nov 3, 7PM Sparky's Hot Rod Garage 981 Industrial Rd(Between Holly and Brittan), San Carlos, CA CWENCH Party: Clean Water Enables Community Health

Opinion polls say most California voters support GMO labeling, but labeling opponents (Dupont, Monsanto) are outspending us 7 to 1. PLEASE SUPPORT PROPOSITION 37. Watch these videos and help them go viral, volunteer, donate, whatever, just TAKE ACTION!

Nov 6 VOTE to LABEL GMOs! - Corporations owning some of the nation's most popular organic brands (Horizon, Silk, Kashi, Cascadian Farms, R.W. Knudsen's, etc.) have joined Monsanto and the biotechnology industry in fighting California citizen initiative, Proposition 37, that will mandate GMO labeling . And if we win in California, companies will then likely be forced to label GMOs nationwide.

GMO Interview with Jeffrey Smith ::: Prepare for the November 6th Vote on Prop 37! in California
Hi there, Please make sure you are prepared to teach people why we need to support California Prop 37, the mandatory labelling of GMOs.
Please watch this video to educate yourself about just how and why GMOs are harmful to the environment, to farmers, to animals, to babies, and to you! In just a few minutes Jeffrey Smith, acclaimed author of 'Seeds of Deception,' will describe to you why we need to remove GMOs from our diet and from the planet. Also, please make sure you support the vote for Prop 37 on November 6th, 2012 in California, the vote to demand mandatory GMO labeling on all foods!
Note: In all other states (20 states so far) where this law was proposed Monsanto was able to reverse it because Monsanto literally rules/owns the key government positions/offices relative to this issue. However, California is different. Prop 37 is a grassroots initiative created by the people (A Grandmom in Marin started it). Hence, in California, Monsanto must stop the people to stop the vote. Monsanto may have control over the government, but they don't have control over us now do they. So please rise up and stop them. The Government can't stop Monsanto but the People Can! If we get this law passed it will deal a serious blow to Monsanto. 
By the way, a big reason why I am so vehemently opposed to Monsanto is that I have a massive amount of first hand eyewitness experience of the carnage they wreak in India, where every 30 minutes another farmer commits suicide by drinking roundup. Often it is hard to control my outrage against these diabolical Monsters. Someday I hope they all experience the fate of Icelandic bankers. Indeed, may Monsanto's Execs come face to face with Polly Higgins in the The Hague's ICJ!   Thanks    Prashanti

Odwalla. Cascadian Farms. R.W. Knudsen. Horizon. Pepsi Coke Smuckers Kellogs. That’s just the short list of brands owned by companies willing to spend thousands of dollars to keep you from knowing what’s in your food.
Say it Isn't So: Organic Brands Backing the Campaign to Defeat GMO Labeling The next time you take a swig of Odwalla's Organic Carrot Juice, or munch on a bowl of Orville Redenbacher's Organic popcorn, take note: A lot of popular organic and all-natural brands are made by companies that are spending
"You might want to think twice about food shopping at Walmart before the next family barbecue. The store has admitted it will start selling genetically engineered sweet corn – the first such sweet corn to be widely available as a whole food on American supermarket shelves." Read more here:
Say it Isn't So: Organic Brands Backing the Campaign to Defeat GMO Labeling The next time you take a swig of Odwalla's Organic Carrot Juice, or munch on a bowl of Orville Redenbacher's Organic popcorn, take note: A lot of popular organic and all-natural brands are made by companies that are spending..

Jeffrey Smith’s new documentary Genetic Roulette—The Gamble of Our Lives is turning out to be a life-changer, and you can watch it for free online from September 15-22 at: www.GeneticRouletteMovie.comSLR is gearing up to launch a very exciting campaign to support the campaign to Label GMOs in California - Yes to Prop 37. We are looking for volunteers in the Bay Area who can join our efforts. Everything from marches, to public art projects, teach-ins, BBQs, pub-crawls and more!! Please leave a message here or email ao@ HTTP:// to get involved!!!

While $2.6 million had been raised so far supporting Prop 37, a whopping $23.5 million (for visual purpose: $23,000,000 dollars) has been donated to fighting Prop 37. Biotech giant Monsanto donated $4,208,000 alone.

Straus Family Creamery
BREAKING: Our new yogurt packaging in support of California Right To Know and Prop 37 is hitting the shelves today! We expect more than 400,000 Californians to see the new yogurt film before the election! Support us in spreading the word: like - endorse - share. Nov. 10-11 Green Festival SF, CA Green Festival is back in San Francisco this Fall! Please volunteer with us once again.

SF Documentary Festival, Nov 8-21 in San Francisco and Berkley

Sun Nov 11 9am-4pm @ Ocean Beach, SF 
	After more than 24 months on the road and 100 tons of litter cleaned over more than 3,600 miles of highway, Pick Up America will finally complete the nation's first coast-to-coast roadside litter pick-up! 
9 am - Meet at Ocean Beach for breakfast
10 am - Begin a parade from Ocean Beach to travel through Golden gate park and back again to cover the final mile of our coast-to-coast campaign. We'd love for you to bring your drums, batons, instruments, and costumes to make our final mile as colorful, expressive, and joyous as possible. 
12 pm - We will have a press conferences including Jeff and Davey from PUA as well as notable mover and shakers in the zero-waste and plastic pollution prevention movement.
1 pm - Assemble and shoot an Art For The Sky image made from people and the trash we collect in California to commemorate the completion of our campaign
2 pm til late - CELEBRATE! Bring some food for a potluck barbecue and instruments to join in an acoustic jam session and drum circle around a beach fire. BYOB 

)'( Connexus: A Conscious Connection Dance Event Nov 18 1015 Folsom St. SF 2pm - 2am 21+ $25-35
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Got Milk? You Don't Need It 

DEC 2012

Harmony Recommends: Synthesis 2012 Fest Global Gathering In The Yucatan, Mexico  Dec 20-23 2012



Mar 16 + 17 2013 10am-6pm Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair @ The Armory 1800 MIssion SF @ 14th st.
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