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SF events Wed July 3 PantyRaid Pillow Talk tour at 1015 Folsom SF 21+ Doors open 10pm-4am
Ooah and MartyParty return to San Fran  RAiD 1015 Folsom and kick off the full PillowTalk tour.  Get Info + Tickets:

7/3 - Wednesday Dangerous times at Monarch>>>>   DingDong and Stefbot present:   AMERICA THE BOOTY-FULL!
…wherein for one night only, we overthrow the Monarch to celebrate our freedumb!    Starring:
DingDong's inimitable America Fuck Yeah Set!
JoeJoe! (Brass Tax,
Deckard! (Space Cowboys,
Tamo! (Space Cowboys,
All-vinyl opening set by The Tourist! (Magnificent 7/ TeamWINO)

      7/4 - Thursday
Every 1st Thursday: Art receptions @ 49 Geary SF 5:30-7:30pm art PARTY! 
30 galleries in a 5 story building. Also 14 geary and 77 Geary. 251 Post. Some months 210 Post then look across Grant for 240? Grant. 5:30 pm   	First Thursdays Art Walk & Open Galleries | SF 	  FREE Lower Polk Art Walk: December | SF First Thursdays  6-10pm | Cost: FREE 
Lower Polk / Gulch Corridor | Polk St. and Sutter St., SF

      7/4 - Thursday  No idea What is happening today....
Or maybe I do.    One word: TOURETTES
Wear protection.

     7/5 - Friday
Every 1st Friday: BIKE PARTY 7pm meet different location each month

Every 1st Friday ART MURMUR Telegraph St Oakland @ 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th plus 50 Warehouses and Art Galleries on each of those streets just East of Telegraph. expect 1000 people.

Some art over in Oakland at Jack London Square
The Port Gallery 317 Washington - American Broom Factory
Opening Reception : (First Fridays / Art Murmur) 6pm-9pm
Come see Gregorio de Masi and his compatriots.

Over in SF - I'll see you here!
Beat Church and Symbiosis are coming together in a collaboration of art and music. The Symbiosis family and Beat Church community are bringing you this All Star lineup for you listening pleasure. Come early and be ready.
LOW RIDERZSmasheltooth TigerAndrew the PiratSmash & grab
MihkalKitty DBalanceIndaskyesLeafy GreenTony in Orbit that ENOUGH?

High Sierra Music Festival - 23rd Ann July 4 - 7 Quincy, CA

3 DEGREES - PHOENIX RISING, JULY 4-7, 2013 @ Camp N Sons Retreat, Willits, CA

JULY 4 2013 Bring a CAMERA to DC to DOCUMENT the CONSTITUTION free ZONE and the LOSS of our 1st, 2nd 4th, 5th amendments.

7/6/2013 San Francisco Pacific Coast Hike Sat 3B
(11mi, 1200ft) We will hike along the Pacific coast of San Francisco starting from the end of the N Judah Muni line (JUDAH ST & LA PLAYA) through Sutro Heights Park, Lands End Trail, Baker Beach, Golden Gate Beach and past the Golden Gate Bridge for lunch. After lunch we will return by the same route, possibly with occasional diversions.
Carpool at the Edgewood Road and Hwy 280 Park & Ride lot at 9:00AM, or meet in San Francisco at the intersection of Judah and La Playa Streets at 9:45 AM.
Bring lunch, hat, at least 2 liters of water, and jacket (San Francisco weather can be unpredictable). Rain cancels.
Leaders: Jay Michlin,   jay.michlin@g  Kris Cannis, LCannis@a

July 6-7: Fillmore Jazz Festival San Francisco Free Street Fair and Festival Guide

Every First Full wknd see US ARMY historical reenactments with the 6" gun at Baker Beach SF Presidio Battery Chamberlain enter from Baker Beach Parking Lot.

July  7 Sunday Streets Great Highway

Tue Jul 9 PAINTING to the PEOPLE @ 540 Howard SF btwn 1st / 2nd
PEOPLE. PAINTING. PARTY. FREE every Tuesday 7-11 pm. 21 +

)'( JULY 11-15 LIB july 11-13 Lake SkinnerTemecula, Calif Tickets go on sale February 12 (Rush-N-Get-Em discount presale - General presale begins March 18)FULL WEEKEND PASSTier 1	$195 Tier 2	$215Tier 3	$225Car Camping Pass	$95RV Camping Pass (includes full RV hookups!)	$350 Lightning in a Bottle 2013 presented by The Do LaB
11 July at 16:00 - 15 July at 12:00 Lake SkinnerTemecula, California 92596

BRONZE Lightening in a Bottle (LIB)
LIB is essentially two festivals.  On the hill where people attend large yoga classes, listen to talks on philosophical and “self help” topics, and dance to live music around temple spaces.  Down below youth bang their heads to the deep base of big acts like Bassnectar; live art and play also abound.
Grade A- Cosmopolitan LA meets Hippielandia, and it’s a good combination.
Music B+ for electronic music it get’s an A, live music gets a B
Location TBA: It's in a new location this year, next to a non swimmable lake in the desert in July… hmm….
Organization:  A The Do LaB knows how to produce a festival for 15,000 people.
Pros  Great selection of art, lots of eye candy, yoga to chest thumping electronic music and everything in between.  LIB is well organized.
Cons too much “wamp-wamp” for my generation.  LA is a long way from Oregon or the Bay Area.  That’s a “pro” if you live in Southern California.
When: July 11-15                  Where: new location near Temuca, CA
review by kyer @ The Oregon Country Fair is July 12, 12, 14 )'( 8pm VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA • Saturday July 13, Union Square, San FranciscoVICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA • Saturday July 13, Union Square, San FranciscoIn this Golden Globe-winning yarn, a flamboyant painter finds himself in the middle of a unique relationship with two American female tourists. 2008 • 99 min • PG-13

Sat jul 13 8pm-2am frolic at the stud 399 9th st sf @Harrison $8 or $4 in costume or fur suit ev

Sunday, July 14 11am-6pm  Rummage Sale on Dark Garden Corsets 321 Linden St SF

SF Natural History Series 7:30pm FREE at the Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way SF
July 18 -- Bay Area Natural Soundscapes -- Dan Dugan
August 15 -- Presidio’s Mountain Lake -- Jonathan Young & Brian Hildebidle
September 19 -- Ancient Monuments and Funerary Places -- Perry Matlock
October 17 -- Bird Feathers and Bird Bones -- David Lukas
November 21 -- World of the California Newt -- Lance Milbrand
From May 16 -- Rethinking Invasive Species in San Francisco Bay -- Michael McGowan,

Northern California's Most Anticipated Dance PartyNorthern Nights :: July 19-21[Mendocino / Humboldt County, CA]
three full days of world class MUSIC: a sun-soaked mix of organically-driven original deep, bassy & tropical sounds from The Polish Ambassador ft. Ayla Nereo, Minnesota, Vibesquad, DJ showcases from Headtron, Cartel Mundial featuring DJ Sabo & Shawna & San Francisco's own Dirtybird, Kastle (Live), Los Rakas, Deejay Theory, and many more. Sat Jul 20 7:30pm Inner Sanctum @ The Center 548 Fillmore SF btwn Fell and Oak

SF Full Moon Jul 22 11:16 A.M.

July Every Last Working Friday Critical Mass 5:30 pm Justin Herman Plaza   Market @ Embarcadero SF

)'( July 26-28 Wolf Run Ranch, OREGON ---

July 24 World Naked Bike Ride Justin Herman Plaza SF 10:30am
The next and final WNBR of the season is July 27, 2013. Since we were unable to bike out to the beach in June, we'll plan on the ride and beach party for this

Critical Mass Last Working Friday each Month 5:30pm Justin Herman Plaza Market @ Embarcadero SF bring: Bike. Lights. Helmet. Bike Safe. Inner Sanctum July 27 7:30pm-2am @ The Center 548 Fillmore SF 

Auhust 2013

AUGUST 2 - AUGUST 5 Raindance Campout August 2-5, 2013 Northern California 

August 3 Hookahdome Fundraiser at Monarch! 6th at mission sf
Global bass yum set!  On the best soundsystem in the bay area! 8pm THE PRINCESS BRIDE • Saturday August 3, Dolores Park, San FranciscoBlending comedy, adventure, romance and fantasy, this cult classic follows Westley as he battles outlaws and a nefarious prince to win Buttercup. 1987 • 98 min • PG

11th Annual     Jerry Day 2013   Aug 4  Jerry Garcia Amphitheater McLaren Park SF - Excelsior District - a good time for all :)
Full Lineup to be announced soon!   11am?-6pm? ish trees shade picnic dancing fun frolic food happiness

Beloved, Tidewater, OR Thu Aug 8 (Aug 9-12)
SILVER  Beloved
Ten months later, I’m still wearing my wristband from Beloved.   Apply named for the open and beautiful human connections created there, it is still my favorite music festival. 
Grade A It’s a quality festival experience for about 2,000 people.
Music A- One beautifully decorated stage has a fine selection of live world beat and late night electronic music.
Location A- In a beautiful and verdant location near the central Oregon coast during the driest and warmest time of year.  Nights can be cool.
Organization A- Besides the fiasco of the shuttle system in 2010, they’ve got it together.
Pros: “Beloved” is beloved.  It’s a model for how to create a smaller music festival. 
Cons: It doesn’t have the high energy or the eye candy of Burning Man and LIB. 
It’s a long way from CA. When: mid August Where: Tidewater, OR near the coast 
review by kyer @

Aug 9-11 Outside Lands Golden Gate Park takeover over of public space for profit SF

Aug 10, Saturday Possible Club Exotica thing...still confirming ...TBA later.  But pencil it in ....just in case we get a green light. Sat Aug 10 10pm The Plump DJs & Krafty Kuts @ Public Works 161 ERIE SF TIX

SF Natural History Series 7:30pm FREE at the Randall Museum, 199 Museum Way SF 
August 15 -- Presidio’s Mountain Lake -- Jonathan Young & Brian Hildebidle

August 16 Get Freaky @ 1015 folsom sf Prepare for the playa vendors and more! 8pm SINGIN' IN THE RAIN • Saturday August 17, Union Square, San FranciscoGene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor combine their talents in one of the greatest big-screen musicals ever made! 1952 • 103 min. • G

SF Full Moon Aug 20 6:45 P.M.

In case anyone is interested.....Google Earth has updated BRC to 2012.

)'( Burning Man 2013 Aug 26 - Sept 2 download a slide show for costume, bike, hydration, camp, sun, shade, art sculpture ideas FUN and SEXY! 

GOLD Burning Man
The good, the bad, the ugly, the amazing, the mind blowing, the life changing and the everything in between. 
Grade: A+   Burning Man is arguably the most amazing party on the planet
Music: C-  “wamp-wamp, wamp-wamp.”  It’s ironic that such a creative festival lacks musical diversity. 
Location: C+  Dust storms, high desert sun without shade.  The dry lake bed desert has its own beauty.
Organization: A Even with some ticket issues, they provide a good infrastructure for Nevada’s 5th largest city for a week.
Pros: It’s Burning Man!!
Cons:  The expensive ticket price is the just the tip of the iceberg for many, dust storms, heat, the collective chaos of 50,000+ people!
When: the week up through Labor Day weekend        Where: Black Rock Desert, NV
review by kyer @

Hula Cam at Burning Man 2012

only watch if you like base and have imagination.. A Glimpse Into Burning Man
If you like this video you sure will enjoy this one:

Burning Man Infographic
The history of Burning Man has always been a complex entity that has survived, nay, mutated over the years. And because of this, it has grown rapidly since its humble beginnings of a simple gathering on a beach.
The infographic poster shows only a small portion of what Burning Man is. By no means do mere numbers even begin to show a complete picture, as that is a history of stories, experiences, and individual tales.
I was recently interviewed by Jordan Salinger from the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association about this inforgraphic:
“For some it is a yearly spiritual revival providing an emotionally charged respite from reality; for others it simply means they are able to eat brunch without standing in line. The mark left by Burning Man on San Franciscans and this city is undoubtedly immense, but is hard to truly measure. The same can be said about the impact on Black Rock City, Burning Man’s yearly home, but this stunning infographic provides an all-encompassing perspective on the event.”
by: Burning Man Fractal Planet Speaker & Workshop Series

Aug 30 Critical Mass Every Last Working Friday Critical Mass 5:30 pm Justin Herman Plaza   Market @ Embarcadero SF

Sep 2013

Sept 6 AfterBurn Rager @ 1015 This annual rager is always a good one!

Sat Sep 7 Ghiradelli Chocolate Festival 8pm MOONRISE KINGDOM • Saturday September 7, Washington Square, San FranciscoA pair of young lovers flee their New England town causing a local search party to try and find them in this romantic comedy from Director Wes Anderson. 2012 • 94 min • PG-13 volunteer meeting. 
Wed Sep 11  7:30 - 9 pm 16 Vasco Drive, Mill Valley, CA
supportive, action-oriented group of parents committed to creating healthier homes and communities for all our children. 

Sept 13 Trapeze @ Monarch 6th at mission SF Another Big Boom burlesque meets bass music event! Did I mention how much I love this sound system at the Monarch?

SF Full Moon Sep 19 4:12 A.M.

)'( Full Moon Symbiosis Gathering 2013 Sept 19-23 Woodward Reservoir 28 mile Rd Oakdale CA
5 days of art, music, and adventure! An astounding assortment of sensory delights! Curious characters and eccentric explorers. Rare beauties and beautiful rarities. The wise, the wild, the weird, the wonderful. Dancing, swimming, and making merry together! Super Hero Street Fair Sept 21 2013 2pm-Midnight SF

Sep 21 Tour de Fat 8pm SKYFALL • Saturday Sept 21, Dolores Park, San FranciscoWith MI6 now compromised from both inside and out, M is left with one ally she can trust: Bond. 2012 • 144 min • PG-13

Sep 21 / 22 Polk St Blues Fest

September 21-22: Polk Street Blues Festival San Francisco Free Street Fair and Festival Guide

Fri Sep 27 Critical Mass Every Last Working Friday Critical Mass 5:30 pm Justin Herman Plaza   Market @ Embarcadero SF

Sat Sep 28 3rd Annual SuPeRHERO STREET FAIR !  2pm-Midnight   WATERFRONT BOARDWALK OASIS overlooking Islais Creek Indiana @ Cesar Chavez SF  Wonder Twin Powers form of...?

Saturday September 28: Superhero Street Fair San Francisco Free Street Fair and Festival Guide. 

September 29: Folsom Street Fair San Francisco Free Street Fair and Festival Guide


Oct. 4-6: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival San Francisco Free Street Fair and Festival Guide

October 6: Castro Street Fair San Francisco Free Street Fair and Festival Guide

The next worldwide March Against Monsanto will be October 12

Oct 13 Colombus Day Parade. CELEBRATE 500 YEARS OF GENOCIDE

14th Burning Man Events / Decompression ~ Sunday Oct. 13th Indiana St SF entrance on 22nd at Minnesota 

SF Full Moon Oct 18 4:37 P.M.

3nd Annual Masquerotica Costumed Ball  ~ Saturday Oct 19th SF Bioneers Conference & Workshop Intensives Emergence Oct  2013 San Rafael, CA AFTERPARTY in the REDWOODS for BIONEERS

Fri Oct 25 Critical Mass HALLOWEEN RIDE this is the BEST and BIGGEST BIKE RIDE of the YEAR in COSTUME so much FUN!
Every Last Working Friday Critical Mass 5:30 pm Justin Herman Plaza   Market @ Embarcadero SF Bring Bike, Helmet, Lights, Costume.


NOV 9 / 10 SF  Sat 10-6 Sun 11-5 Councourse Exhibition Ctr Brannan @ 8th St SF 

SF Full Moon Nov 17 7:16 A.M.

SF Full Moon Dec 17 1:29 A.M.

Surround the Federal Reserve® banks    22 Nov. 2013 3 P.M.
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