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by 911 - inside job
Thursday Oct 18th, 2007 1:31 PM
911 - inside job. Demand investigation!
http://www.wtc7.net
http://www.oilempire.us - http://www.dieoff.org
http://www.peakoil.net
http://www.911review.com
http://www.cooperativeresearch.org
http://www.911review.com/index.html
http://www.UnansweredQuestions.org
http://www.communitycurrency.org/9-11.html
http://www.cooperativeresearch.org
http://www.falloutshelternews.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YP-Uh7w-mw8
http://www.911review.com/index.html
http://www.911review.com/911review/index.html
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2006/09/13/18309235.php

beware of 911 disinfo: http://www.oilempire.us/bogus.html

One of the few new websites that combines awareness of 9/11 and Peak Oil is
http://www.truthmove.org

9/11 was a U.S. False Flag covert operation against its own civilians. Demand investigation!
Improbable Collapse : The Demolition of our Republic
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4026073566596731782&q=improbable+collapse
http://www.911truth.org
http://www.wtc7.net

Entire CIA MKULTRA Collection
http://www.bvalphaserver.com/content-21.html
Waterworld: how life on Earth will look 1,000 years from now
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,3-2044465,00.html
http://www.legitgov.org

This video has been removed due to terms of use violation.
It is PAINFULLY clear that YOUTUBE is anxious to CENSOR this stuff.

People Likely Criminally Involved in the 9-11 Conspiracy
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/03/10/18375283.php

How 50 Men May Have Engineered 911
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2006/09/13/18309235.php

http://911truth.org - http://911inquiry.org
http://questioning911.com - http://WTC7.net - http://911Blogger.com
http://911revisited.com - http://911review.com -
http://9/11proof.com http://stoplying.ca - http://ny911truth.org -
http://mime11.com & hundreds of other truth sites
for overwhelming proof that 9/11 was an inside job!!!

list of 9/11 sites is at

http://www.oilempire.us/911.html

There are lots of "maybe" claims that might or might not be true, but the "no plane" stuff is proven not to be true, even if a lot of people who still promote it are sincere.

A list of Peak Oil websites is at

http://www.oilempire.us/peak-awareness.html

http://dieoff.org
http://energybulletin.net
http://communitysolution.org
http://lifeaftertheoilcrash.net
http://peakoil.net
http://postcarbon.org

there are many others, but these are key

One of the few new websites that combines awareness of 9/11 and Peak Oil is
http://www.truthmove.org

The core of the evidence for complicity is how the warnings were
suppressed and the war games that morning that confused the air
defenses.

and

Proven beyond reasonable doubt: solid evidence of
deliberately suppressed warnings, interference with the
investigations of the flight schools and the various war game
exercises that morning.

Thursday Oct 18 http://www.indybay.org
6PM 2007 Anti-Corporate Film Festival
6PM UAS Green Movie Night: Food Justice and Forest...
7PM Radical Documentary: Films by Ken Jacobs and...
7PM Act Against Torture Presents Ghosts of Abu Ghraib
7PM Oil Independent Berkeley presents: The Power of...


7PM Northern California 9-11 Truth Alliance...
7:30PM Fred Rosenbaum presents Gertrude Stein and Her...
Friday Oct 19
8:30AM La Cosecha- Conference focusing on the immigrant...
9AM ten thousand villages sale in berkeley - oct...
11AM Western Union: Stealing So Much More Than Money
More Events... http://www.indybay.org/calendar/?page_id=12


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Thu, Oct 18, 6-9pm UAS Green Movie Night: Food Justice and Forest Gardening


Fri Oct 19 Opulent Temple post playa fundraiser and CD release party Sacred Dust. Supperclub. 657 Harrison


Friends of the Urban Forest Volunteer Appreciation BBQ

Sat Oct 20 8-9 pm Lights Out SF http://www.lightsoutsf.org

October 20, 2007 05:30 PM - 09:00 PM http://www.lightsoutsf.org
Dolores Park / 550 Dolores St Between 18th and 20 th St. San Francisco, CA 94110

10.20.07 Crazy Fun House Maze Half Moon Bay 9pm-late
ANON SALON, KINKY SALON AND CIRCUS METROPOLUS collaboration

10-20 10:00 PM XEssential presents: Best of the Burn @ supperclub


SUNSET Season Finale. Sun Oct 21 http://pacificsound.net 415.820.1664
Golden Gate Park, Music Concourse ~ San Francisco In front of the De Young Museum
12pm - Darkness Free ~ All Welcome DJs: SOLAR GALEN J-BIRD + special guest: tba later this week

Oct 21, 11am-6PM FREE Fiesta on the Hill is a Free street fair for Bernal Heights

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TREES October Report: Field Updates, News, Events, Seed Packages, Partnerships and more!
http://www.Plant-Trees.org


STOP BIG OIL FROM DESROYING AMAZON BASIN
http://action.citizen.org/campaign.jsp?campaignKEY=17124]


Citizens Arrest Warrant for Bush/Cheney
http://www.VeteransAgainstTorture.com

And if they resist arrest, well then taser the hell out of 'em!
http://www.oregontruthalliance.org/?q=node/239


Tax Attorney TOM CRYER continues on the "Show Me the Law", now a national battle cry, to announce the latest educational seminar that the IRS does NOT want you to attend:
2007 TAX FREEDOM RALLY!
October 19-21, 2007
in Sacramento, CA
http://www.freeenterprisesociety.com
Tom's informational sites: http://www.truthattack.org and http://www.gcstation.net/liefreezone
Related Article: IRS loses challenge to prove tax liability


Monkeys Can Die from Bananas
"Contrary to the stereotype, bananas are not the preferred
food of monkeys in the wild. Bananas, especially those
containing pesticides can be upsetting to the monkeys'
delicate digestive system and cause serious dental problems
that can lead to eventual death." - sing in Costa Rica


When buying AUTO PARTS or other parts: try this line:
"can I get a price on a..."
then they give it to you.
And you say: "ok, thank you."
Indicating that you understand the price BUT you are not jumping on it or buying it.
In this way you are establishing you are not a sucker.
In the future when phoning any place,
Always use that line.
"can I get a price on a..."
That will tend to get you a lower price BECAUSE
that way you sound like a professional, and not a sucker.
They have a wide range of pricing they can quote you.
So depending on the place... It is best to appear to be IN THE KNOW.
TELL A FRIEND! This is so important!



Oct 17-18, 10th United Nations Association Film Festival (UNAFF) SF
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php



Thu Oct 18

vigil at UCSF, October 18, Thursday, 4:30 PM
vigil/leafleting on behalf of animals (ab)used in laboratory experiments at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) will be held on the third Thursday of the month (as usual) - October 18, 4:30 PM, at UCSF's Parnassus Campus - that is, 513 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco.
To subscribe to Bay Area Animal Rights Network please send blank email
to: baarn-subscribe [at] yahoogroups.com

Art Receptions from: http://www.sfbg.com

MMGalleries 101 Townsend, suite 207; 543-1550. Tues-Fri, 11am-5pm. "Mirabile Visu," group show (reception Thurs/18, 5-7pm). Oct 18-Nov 21.

*Rena Bransten Gallery 77 Geary; 982-3292. Tues-Fri, 10:30am-5:30pm; Sat, 11am-5pm. "Daughter of China, 1938," works by Hung Liu (reception Thurs/18, 5:30-7:30pm). Oct 18-Nov 24.

Sculpturesite Gallery 201 Third St, suite 102; 495-6400. Tues-Wed, Fri-Sat, 10am-6pm; Thurs, 10am-8pm; and by appt. "One," sculptures by Kathy Venter. Through Nov 24. "At This Moment," sculptures by Brad Howe (reception Thurs/18, 5:30-7:30pm). Oct 18, 2007-Jan 5, 2008.

Propeller 555 Hayes; 701-7767. Mon-Sat, 10am-9pm; Sun, noon-9pm. "Passing Through," photographs by Roxanne Worthington (reception Thurs/18, 7-9pm). Oct 18-Nov 25.

Thu, Oct 18, 6-9pm UAS Green Movie Night: Food Justice and Forest Gardening
Little Roxie Theater 3125 16th St San Francisco, CA, 94103
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php

6.30 pm Thursday, Oct. 18 Fed Up, Fowl + Pollen Nation + Islands at Risk (four short films) UCBerkely
Using hilarious and disturbing archival footage and featuring interviews with farmers, scientists, government officials, and activists Fed Up! presents an entertaining and informative overview of our current food production system from the Green Revolution to the Biotech Revolution and what we can do about it. Fed Up! explores the unintentional effects of pesticides, the resistance of biotechnology companies to food labeling, and the links between government officials and major biotechnology and chemical companies.
Fowl is a short documentary examining how chicken has become central to the revolution in how we produce our food. The film looks at how society has become disconnected from what we eat and how our food system has become dependent on fossil fuels.
Pollen Nation follows the journey of third generation beekeeper Jeff Anderson from the honey harvest on the High Plains to the warm winter-feeding grounds of California. It also explores the history of human interaction with bees, from ancient Egyptian beekeepers to professional bee brokers in the 21st century.
http://agrariana.org/film-series
Hawai’i has been called the GMO testing capitol of the world because, in the past ten years, there have been more than 2,000 field tests of experimental genetically-engineered crops in more than 6,000 locations around the state. Islands at Risk: Genetic Engineering in Hawai’i

October 18: 9pm Crónicas (Part of our monthly Movies en Español series) FREE
Oscillating between furor and languor, rage and repose, Crónicas mixes ethnography with media critique, questioning the nature of truth in reportage, the media's power to effect (and affect) that truth, and the queasy complicity and mutual fascination between interviewer and subject. Inspired by a gruesome real-life trio of South American serial killers (among them Luis Alfredo Garavito, who shocked Colombia with the murders of about 140 children), Crónicas follows Miami tabloid TV correspondent Manolo Bonilla (John Leguizamo) and his crew (Leonor Watling and José Mar Yazpik) as they report on one such killer in Babahoyo, Ecuador, failing Journalistic Ethics 101 in the process. The film is aided a strong sense of place; sorrow's descent on Babahoyo feels as perpetual and all-consuming as the torrents of rain that drench the region, and the town itself—much of it suspended over water on ramshackle bamboo bridges—threatens to collapse from its own psychological detritus. (2004) With English subtitles
Station 40: 3030 16th St @ Mission between Valencia and Mission

Thur 10/18 10pm til 2am BEAT CHURCH (1st & 3rd thursdays monthly)
an-ten-nae (get freaky / an-ten-nae.net) kitty D (glitch mob / kittyology)
nep~tune (spiritual technologies) only $5 at the door
@ SHINE 1357 Mission (between 9th & 10th) http://shinesf.com



Fri Oct 19

Iraq Moratorium on Friday - solidarity with Lt. Watada! http://iraqmoratorium-sfbay.org
Just a few of the Iraq Moratorium events this Friday...
One of the themes for the Moratorium nationally this month is solidarity with
Lt. Watada. On October 19, the federal judge looking at his case will be
deciding if he must endure a second trial or whether double jeopardy may bar
his case from going any further.
Between 5-6 pm Jack Hirschman, poet laureate of San Francisco, will be reading
poetry in front of Sen. Feinstein's office at Post and Market (right near
Montgomery BART). Members of the Watada Support Committee will also be
addressing Lt. Watada's latest battle for freedom and to stop this illegal war.
Palo Alto: On El Camino Real, between 3-5 pm, there will be a procession of vehicles-cars,
hybrids, electric vehicles, bicycles-traveling the length of the Peninsula,
starting from points north and south, to symbolize the unity of all of our
local communities in saying: Troops out now!
http://peaceandjustice.org/article.php/Iraq_Moratorium_Oct_19
Berkeley, between 2-4 pm, gather on the corners of the busy intersection at
University and Acton to chant, sing, play music, distribute arm bands and IM
information. 100-200 participated last month. We hope to grow this event over
the 3rd Fridays to line the length of University Ave. from the Bay to U.C.
The whole list of events is on the calendar of http://iraqmoratorium-sfbay.org

Peace Vigil, Fri, 10/19, 5-7PM, Linda & Piedmont Aves, Oakland
Across the World people are gathering on the 3rd
Sunday of each month calling for a moratorium on this
war. We will gather at Linda and Piedmont Ave. on
10/19 5PM-7PM with candles and signs. We would love
to have you join us. contact Joan MacIntyre 510 451 2712

Art Receptions from: http://www.sfbg.com

In Color 2 2475 Third St, suite 251; 861-3997. Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm. "Out-of-Sorts," photographs by Wendy Anne Crittenden (reception Fri/19, 5-8pm). Oct 19-Dec 21.

Gallery/50 Belcher Street 50 Belcher; 753-1233. "The Tea House Project," encaustic paintings by Eileen P. Goldenberg (reception Fri/19, 5:30-7:30pm). Sat/20-Sun/21, 11am-6pm.

Velvet da Vinci 2015 Polk; 441-0109. Tues-Sat, noon-6pm; Sun, noon-5pm. "The Earring Show," earrings from more than 100 artists; "Wire Sculpture," figurative sculptures by Diane Komater (reception Fri/19, 6-8pm). Oct 17-Nov 25.

Mission 17 2111 Mission, suite 401; (510) 467-1818. Thurs-Sat, 3-6pm; and by appt. "Emergence," video and sound installations by David Kwan (reception Fri/19, 6-9pm). Oct 19-Nov 24.

Soap Gallery 1142 Howard; 552-3322. Hours by appt. "Common Enemies, Common Interests," works by Jonathan Casella, Peter Max Lawrence, Julian Lucas, and Cameron Soren (reception Fri/19, 6-9pm). Through Nov 15.

1890 Bryant St Studios 1890 Bryant; 824-5756. "Bundles and Passages," paintings and drawings by Aliza Cohen (reception Fri/19, 6pm). Sat/20-Sun/21, 11am-6pm.

Electric Works 130 Eighth St; 626-5496. Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 10:30am-5:30pm. "Recent Work," paintings by Nathan Redwood (reception Fri/19, 6-9pm). Oct 19-Nov 17.

*Triple Base 3041 24th St; 643-3943. Thurs-Sun, noon-5pm; and by appt. "A Dialogue Between Sound and Space," works by Drew Bennett in collaboration with local musicians (reception Fri/19, 7-10pm; performances Sun, 3-8pm, through Nov 11). Oct 18-Nov 11.

The Wet Spots at Mission Control 2519 Mission Fri Oct 19 8pm-1am 21+ with ID
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS http://kinkysalon.com//?page_id=74

Friday, October 19 Opulent Temple post playa fundraiser and CD release party Sacred Dust. The OT went bigger than ever this year at Burning Man, and with that great ambition came great cost, one of which was the money spent to make it happen. Please come out in support of our efforts to bring you joy in BRC. We recorded everything and this is your first chance to get live recordings from some of the epic sets we heard from world class artists and residents alike. We'll have multiple options for you to choose from, and everyone that comes and donates $20 to get in will get a free CD of their choice. Others will be available to purchase as well.
Come have a dance with Dutch, Vinkalmann, Dex Stakker, Drew Drop, Nathan Vain, Billy Cassaza, Dulce Vita, & Atimatik.
$10-$20 sliding donation. (free cd for $20 donation)
At Supperclub. 657 Harrison St. @ 2nd. 10pm-3am.



The 18th annual Bioneers Conference; Friday - Sunday, October 19th - 21
http://bioneers.org Marin Civic Center: 20 North San Pedro Rd. San Rafael

Join ForestEthics at Bioneers 2007! http://forestethics.org
Last month, we announced our new catalog target: Sears/Lands' End. Sears introduced the first ever catalog dating back to the company's beginnings in the 1880's. Today, it is the largest catalog company without responsible paper standards, mailing out more than 425 million catalogs a year that contain almost no recycled content, and using paper sourced from vital ecosystems and Endangered Forests, including Canada's Boreal Forest. Learn more about our Sears campaign here.
http://www.catalogcutdown.org

OCT 19-21 Tax Attorney TOM CRYER continues on the "Show Me the Law", now a national battle cry, to announce the latest educational seminar that the IRS does NOT want you to attend:
2007 TAX FREEDOM RALLY!
October 19-21, 2007
in Sacramento, CA
http://www.freeenterprisesociety.com
Tom's informational sites: http://www.truthattack.org and http://www.gcstation.net/liefreezone
Related Article: IRS loses challenge to prove tax liability



Sat Oct 20

Sat Oct 20Lights Out SF http://www.lightsoutsf.org
in which people in SF (and elsewhere) are encouraged to turn off lights and other power for one hour and to switch to compact fluorescent lightbulbs.
Lights Out SF is looking for individual supporters and corporate sponsors.
About Lights Out SF http://www.lightsoutsf.org/about.html
Top 15 Energy Saving Tips http://www.lightsoutsf.org/tips.html
Get Involved http://www.lightsoutsf.org/getInvolved.html

Sat, Oct 20, Lights Out San Francisco http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php

Friends of the Urban Forest Volunteer Appreciation BBQ
Please join Friends of the Urban Forest for the annual Volunteer Appreciation Barbecue Saturday, October 20th, from 11am to 2pm. Featuring food generously donated by Asqew Grill, a "Pub Tree-via Quiz", and volunteer awards, this is our chance to say thank you for all of the hard work everyone has contributed greening San Francisco. This year we will be back at our office in the Presidio in the Thoreau Center. Come and share the afternoon with the FUF volunteer community and meet others who spend their free time making our community better for everyone. Please contact Reed Milnes at x103 or reed [at] fuf.net to RSVP or for further information. We hope to see you there.
http://fuf.net Friends of the Urban Forest, SF

Self massage with tennis balls class/ Shoulder Neck Massage
Sat Oct 20 766 Haight 12pm, noon - 2:30 $ 25 Please register with a
$10 deposit or the full amount at the Healing Center, 766 Haight St/ Scott
510 336 9636 or email waterlilie [at] earthlink.net

Sat Oct 20, approx 2-4pm, Baker Beach Nude Peace Day (re-scheduled)
Free. For details, plz see calendar at http://www.indybay.org

Art Receptions from: http://www.sfbg.com SAT

Charles Campbell Gallery 647 Chestnut; 441-8680. Tues-Sat, noon-5pm. "CCA at CCG," group show of California College of the Arts faculty and alumni; "Silence and Distance/New Paintings," works by Gage Opdenbrouw (reception Sat/20, 3-6pm). Oct 20-Nov 24.

*Hosfelt Gallery 430 Clementina; 495-5454. Tues-Sat, 11am-5:30pm. "Another Place, Another Me," paintings by Driss Ouadahi; "Ether," paintings by Susan Marie Dopp (reception Sat/20, 4-6pm). Oct 20-Dec 8.

Double Punch Toy Shop 1821 Powell; 399-9785. Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm; Sun, 11am-6pm. "Sweet Sunny Temper," group show (reception Sat/20, 7:30pm). Oct 20-Nov 16.

Lights Out San Francisco
Lights Out San Francisco (LOSF) is a grassroots community group organizing a citywide energy savings event on Saturday, October 20, 2007, from 8-9 p.m. On this night, they are inviting the entire city of San Francisco, including schools, businesses, city and federal government agencies, churches, and individuals to turn off all non-essential lighting to save energy. They are also distributing free energy-efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) throughout the city. Their goal is to raise awareness and educate San Franciscans about the small changes they can make to fight climate change. For more information, please visit http://www.lightsoutsf.org.
Please visit http://www.lightsoutsf.org/getInvolved.html to pledge to turn off your lights from 8-9pm on October 20, and join the City of San Francisco in conserving energy and protecting our environment.
After you turn off your lights, join LOSF and the Teacher with the Bus
http://www.dasfrachtgut.com
in Dolores Park from 5:30-9pm on Saturday, October 20th as we watch the Bay Bridge, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and the TransAmerica pyramid turn off lights. The Teacher’s bus will be supplying power to the sound system using batteries, inverters, and/or a biodiesel generator to provide us with an event that is “off the grid and off the hook.” Performances will include sets by Crowsong, DJ Mancub of Space Cowboys, Beatropolis, as well as classical music by a string quartet and an opera singer from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. If you feel like staying inside, restaurants such as Medjool, The Blue Plate, CAV, Delfina, MoMo’s, Nova, and Pete’s Tavern are all planning to host a candlelight dinner in support of Lights Out.
October 20, 2007 05:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Dolores Park / 550 Dolores St Between 18th and 20 th St. San Francisco, CA 94110

Lights Out San Francisco is a citywide energy conservation event on October 20, 2007. On this night, we invite the entire city of San Francisco to turn off all non-essential lighting for one hour from 7-8pm. To promote long-lasting energy saving, we plan to distribute free compact fluorescent light bulbs throughout the city. Also, watch for community events in your neighborhood. Join us and turn out your lights!
http://www.lightsoutsf.org/
Saturday, October 20, 2007 8-9 p.m.

Lights Out San Francisco is a grassroots community group organizing a citywide energy savings event on Saturday, October 20, 2007, from 8-9 p.m. On this night, we invite the entire city of San Francisco, including schools, businesses, city and federal government agencies, churches, and individuals to turn off all non-essential lighting to save energy. The Bay Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and much of downtown will be turning off their lights.
Lights Out San Francisco http://www.lightsoutsf.org is taking the message of energy conservation to the streets!
Please join us for a bus tour of the city this Sunday, October 14th. Lights Out San Francisco (LOSF) Steering Committee member Jens-Peter Jungclaussen
http://www.dasfrachtgut.com has graciously offered not one, but BOTH of his veggie oil fueled buses for us to use this Sunday. Our plan is to transport friends and volunteers around San Francisco, stopping at different neighborhoods to pass out energy-efficient CFLs and information about LOSF.
We want to extend a very special invitation to our friends at the Friends of the Urban Forrest to join us on Sunday. Please be sure to RSVP to Brendan at Brendan [at] lightsoutsf.org, as space is limited! All the details are below. Thanks!
Who: Peter, his buses, volunteers, and you!
What: Passing out CFLs and info, asking businesses for permission to put up LOSF posters in their windows. There will be music and water provided, but please feel free to bring food and libations. If you choose to drink, we trust you will do so responsibly, as you will be representing LOSF.
When: Sunday, October 14th. 10:30am until we feel like we're done. You may stay as long as you like, but there will be occasional drop offs at public transportation stations if you'd like to leave before we stop.
Where: Meet at the LOSF office at 2548 Mission St. (between 21st & 22nd), where there will be a brief orientation.
Any questions? Call the LOSF office at (415) 643-5673
We are also distributing 110,000 free energy-efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) throughout the city. Look for our booths at events (http://www.lightsoutsf.org/events.html) or stop by our office (2548 Mission, next to Medjool) to get your free energy saving lightbulb. Our goal is to raise awareness and educate San Franciscans about the small changes they can make to fight climate change.
We thank the Friends of the Urban Forest associates for joining us in this effort. Visit here to pledge to turn off your lights from 8-9pm on October 20, and join the City of San Francisco in conserving energy and protecting our environment.
Volunteer to get the word out about this important energy initiative in your community! Email volunteer [at] lightsoutsf.org. Volunteer now!

Interpol Oct 20 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

10-20 10:00 PM The Show! Smoove, Mancub, Melyss, Murphstar, Tamo, Viajay,
Greg Eversoul, Layne Loomis, Dean Samaras and Ben Seagren
http://sanfrancisco.tribe.net/event/fcf02ce2-c8f1-45a9-a26f-9e49b39af023

An ANON SALON, KINKY SALON AND CIRCUS METROPOLUS collaboration
Saturday NIGHT, October 20th in Half Moon Bay 9pm till LATE! 21 and over. B.Y.O.!
$25 in advance at http://www.kinkysalon.com DRESS: Halloweenie! No Street Clothes!
Directions: 185 Verde Rd Half Moon Bay (off Hwy 1), 6.5 miles south of Hwy I 92 Junction
http://www.aratapumpkinfarm.com WHAT YOU MUST BRING WITH YOU:
WARM Costumes (layers are always a good idea)
Flashlight (it’s going to be dark in the maze!)
HOT DRINKS (hot toddies would be perfect!)
Booze (we won’t be selling alcohol)
Blankets (for sitting on and for wrapping up in)

10-20 10:00 PM XEssential presents: Best of the Burn @ supperclub
http://sanfrancisco.tribe.net/event/a6e8e0ad-e784-465d-aec7-a76ef73a2f3c
Whether you haven't quite decompressed from the Burn, or perhaps you missed this year's trek to the desert, there's one last opportunity to experience a little taste of the playa for 2007. On Saturday October 20th, XEssential presents, "Best of the Burn"- featuring some of the best music and art from Burning Man 2007.
Bringing you the sounds of the playa...
Zach Moore [Deep End Sound Camp]
Friction [Purgatory Cruiser Art Car]
Tamo [Garage Mahal Art Car]
Ross Barringer [BrassBunnyRita Sound Camp]
Featured Art from the playa...
Belisama of the Celtic Forest [Laura Kimpton] - http://www.celticforest.net
SWARM autonomous machines [Michael Prados] - http://www.orbswarm.com
Equatorial Encounter [Matt Evans] - http://www.xessential.net
Sunflower Robots [Stefano Corazza] - http://www.sunflowerrobots.com
For more details on the djs and art of this event, please visit:
http://www.xessential.net supperclub sf 657 harrison st @ 3rd
doors open @ 10pm cover::$10 in playawear - $15 w/out



Every Sat / Sun YourTV20, (Cable 13, or channel 20 regular TV) is our new organic, sustainable TV cooking series called "Organic Living with the Hippy Gourmet" (5:30pm Saturdays and Sundays). This new 'commercial' version of our popular PBS TV series "The Hippy Gourmet" is important, because ONLY green, sustainable sponsors are allowed : )!!!
Our show is blocked with "YourGreenLife" with Lesley Nagey (which comes on after our show at 6pm on weekends) and is part of TV20's green block of programming.
Also, our new cookbook "The Hippy Gourmet's Quick and Simple Cookbook for Healthy Eating" (Hachette Wellness USA) has just been released to rave reviews, including the folks at PETA who are recommending the book for its global perspective on all things organic and sustainable, as well as for the healthy and yummy recipes from all around the world.
This weekend in Berkeley (10/14) is the Spice of Life Festival and our host Bruce Brennan will be cooking up some local, organic Spaghetti Squash with Tomato Sauce in a food demo that begins at 1pm...plus we will be talking about cooking with Solar Ovens and signing books!
We'll also be participating at the upcoming Green Festival Nov. 9-11 in San Francisco, and at other events around the bay area in the weeks and months to come.



SUN OCT 21

SUNSET Season Finale. Sunday October 21st 2007
Golden Gate Park, Music Concourse ~ San Francisco In front of the De Young Museum
12pm - Darkness Free ~ All Welcome
DJs: SOLAR GALEN J-BIRD + special guest: tba later this week..
http://pacificsound.net 415.820.1664

SUN OCT 21 11am Brunch with Charlie Brown
Dear Friends,
A couple of years ago we hosted a fundraiser in Palo Alto for Jerry McNerney and raised $8,000. That helped Jerry defeat Richard Pombo, one of the worst environmentalists in Congress.
We now have an opportunity to defeat another terrible Congressman -- John Doolittle from Auburn. Doolittle, a major proponent of the Auburn Dam and close friend of Jack Abramoff, is being challenged by a very good man named Charlie Brown. In the last election, Brown almost upset Doolittle, and next year has a very good chance of replacing him in Congress. But it will take resources, so your support is necessary.
Please join us this Sunday (Oct. 21) at 11am at the home of Alice Smith, 4284 Los Palos Circle in Palo Alto for a chance to meet Charlie Brown. This is one of the most important things you can do for our country and the planet! Please feel free to invite others.
I've attached the details. Many thanks. -Peter

Oct 21, 11am-6PM FREE Fiesta on the Hill is a Free street fair for Bernal Heights.
Neighbors come together to book great local music. This year they are presenting Sila and the Afrofunk Experience, Julio Bravo Y Su
Orquestra Salsabor, Two Tall Drinks, the Bernal All-Stars Brass
Mafia, Judea Eden Band, Amy Meyers Band, and more on two stages.
Fiesta has a small-town urban feel to it: Dancing in the streets to local
San Francisco bands, a petting zoo and pumpkin decorating festival for kids, aromas from sizzling foods
from many cultures, crafts and other street fair shopping, and a
charming bake sale from Bernal seniors to support local seniors'
programs. It adds up to a colorful down-home fiesta in old Bernaltown.
That's Sunday, October 21 on Cortland in Bernal Heights. It's Free, and it's also a fundraiser for the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center's programs. So track down the benefit lottery ticket sales table if you want to support this Bernal tradition and the last SF Street Fair of the season. Cortland Avenue, Bernal Heights
Cortland Avenue from Bocana to Folsom St San Francisco, CA 94110
http://laughingsquid.com/squidlist/events/index.php?com=detail&eID=172888&year=2007&month=10



Wed Oct 24

Scott Nichols Gallery 49 Geary, suite 415; 788-4641. Tues-Sat, 11am-5pm; and by appt. "Evidence," photographs by Mona Kuhn (reception Oct 24, 5-8pm). Oct 18-Dec 1.

6.30 pm Wednesday, Oct. 24 The Power of Community + Crude Awakening UCBerkely
Crude Awakening tells the story of how our civilization’s addiction to oil puts it on a collision course with geology. Shot on location at oil fields in Azerbaijan, Venezuela, the Middle East and Texas, the film visits with the world’s top experts and comes to a startling, but logical conclusion – our industrial society, built on cheap and readily available oil, must be completely re-imagined and overhauled.
With Panelists: Monica Moore (Pesticide Action Network, North America) and Miguel Altieri (Prof. of AgroEcology, UC Berkeley) Willow Rosenthal (City Slickers Farms) Antonio Roman-Alcala (Allemany Farm)
Discussion theme: What will Agriculture look like post-peak oil?
Screening at the Hillside Club 2286 Cedar Street in Berkeley
http://agrariana.org/film-series

Wednesday October 24 : Oaxaca Solidarity Fundraiser-Including a screening of A Little Bit of So Much Truth (Un Poquito de Tanta Verdad), an update on the current situation in Oaxaca, art, food, and music. 7:00
Station 40 3030B 16th Street @ Mission/Valencia SF



Thu Oct 25

Reception: Thursday, October 25, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. (sensual flower closeups)
49 Geary Street, Second Floor http://www.wolfecontemporary.com

October 25: 9pm The Wind That Shakes the Barley FREE MOVIE
Ireland, 1920. Damien and Teddy are brothers. But while the latter is already the leader of a guerrilla squad fighting for the independence of his motherland, Damien, a medical graduate of University College, would rather further his training at the London hospital where he has found a place. However, shortly before his departure, he happens to witness atrocities committed by the ferocious Black and Tans and finally decides to join the resistance group led by Teddy. The two brothers fight side by side until a truce is signed. But peace is short-lived and when one faction of the freedom-fighters accepts a treaty with the British that is regarded as unfair by the other faction, a civil war ensues, pitting Irishmen against Irishmen, brothers against brothers, Teddy against Damien... (2006)
Winner of the PALME D'OR at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival
Station 40: 3030 16th St @ Mission between Valencia and Mission



FRI Oct 26 Full Moon

Fri Oct 26 HALLOWEEN critical mass 6pm Justin Herman Plaza; Market @ Embarcadero SF
http://critical-mass.org Bring: bike, helmet, Headlamp, costume.
I sure would like to see the ride group together and remain a mass,
thereby minimizing impact on traffic and pissing off fewer motorists.
I would like them to block cross traffic JUST at the intersection ahead of the mass;
NOT 3 intersections ahead.
We could make room for cars to make right turns at corked intersections.
I think we should be visible and fun, and not upset or inconvenience people.

Mark your calendars. Jan L. showed this movie to a number of us back in June. It is excellent!
"What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire," will be shown in Point Reyes Station, Friday, October 26th 7 p.m. The location will be at the Dance Palace Community Center, 503 B Street , Point Reyes Station, Post-screening community dialogue circle with filmmakers Tim Bennett and Sally Erickson $10 suggested donation CONTACT: Susan Santiago (415) 663-1433 esantiago [at] horizoncable.com
There will also be a screening in SF on the 27th and 28th (location as yet not determined; will be posted later).
Janaia and Robyn of Peak Moment television have an interview with the filmmakers, viewable here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFyI5ZYG_pE



Fourth U.S. Conference on Peak Oil and Community Solutions
Oct. 26-28, 2007 in Yellow Springs, Ohio http://www.communitysolution.org

Media Accountability Conference, Friday, October 26th- Saturday, October 27th
Sonoma State University Organized by Project Censored
http://www.projectcensored.org/conference/07MAConf_files/Page627.htm for more details.



SAT OCT 27

Important Anti-War Protests: This Wednesday AND October 27!
San Francisco: a massive die-in that is being planned now, and a post-march interactive “convergence” in Dolores Park.
On October 27 in 11 major U.S. cities, anti-war demonstrations will take to the streets
demanding: End The War/Bring the Troops Home NOW!
In Northern California, a large and broad anti-war coalition has joined forces so that together, organizations, unions, congregations, and many diverse communities can mobilize a large and powerful demonstration and rally. Two new events will be part of this October 27th in San Francisco: a massive die-in that is being planned now, and a post-march interactive “convergence” in Dolores Park.
http://www.oct27sf.org/DotNetNuke

Saturday, October 27, 11 AM
End the War Now – Protest
SF Civic Center
11 Massive Demonstrations for Peace
Boston, Chicago, Jonesborough, Tenn., Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Seattle
The U.S. occupation of Iraq has led to 4000 American deaths and roughly 30,000 injuries. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have died and millions are homeless. Spending on the war thus far has been $457,984,243,792.
While most Americans oppose the war, there is no end in sight.
If we want the destruction and waste to stop, we have to take to the streets in protest in large numbers. This is the only way our elected officials will realize that their perpetuation of the war will end their political careers.
For this reason, a wide array of groups have come together to organize a series of major demonstrations this fall. One of these actions will be a protest and march in San Francisco on Saturday, October 27th. We'll start at the Civic Center at 11am and later march to Dolores Park.
Join us, tell your friends to join us, volunteer as an organizer and donate to our effort to show Bush, Cheney, Pelosi and Feinstein that northern California is fed up with the war and won't tolerate any more excuses. No more surges, no more study groups: BRING THE TROOPS HOME NOW!
http://www.oct27sf.org/ and http://www.unitedforpeace.org

National Mobilization to End the War in Iraq, Saturday, October 27, 2007, 11 am Civic Center, San Francisco,
March to Dolores Park
The Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance will have a contingent in the march and table at the Civic Center and Dolores Park. We will rally under the Deception Dollar banner at the Civic Center. Please contact Carol-cbrouillet [at] igc.org to commit to helping at either table or in the contingent. We also need folks to help put together and pass out signs.
http://www.oct27.org/sites/oct27.org/files/oct27/October_27.html

OCT 27 -- A “DIE-IN”
there WILL BE an art/photo/lie-down-amongst-strangers opportunity
that day. A.N.S.W.E.R. is organizing a mass ‘die-in’ as the march leaves
the Civic Center and heads west on Market Street. On the incline between
Valencia and Duboce streets, marchers will lie down across Market Street by
the thousands. If you’re there, you can probably spot yourself in the news
that night or the next day.

Join CODEPINK on October 27th in San Francisco Saturday, October 27, 2007
Civic Center Plaza Polk Street between McAllister and Grove SF, CA 94102
People everywhere want the war to end, but Washington has failed to take decisive action. With each passing month, nearly 100 service-people and countless more Iraqis are killed, some 12 billion of our tax dollars are spent, and the death and destruction continue. Our communities - from New Orleans to Minneapolis - are neglected and suffer the consequences. From Boston to San Francisco, from New York to New Orleans, on October 27th the people will speak: We want this war to end, and we want it to end now!
CODEPINK Convergence SF Civic Center 10:00AM Larkin and Grove Sts. San Francisco, CA
If it rains! convergence moved to Ananda Fuara Vegetarian Restaurant 1298 Market Street (@ Larkin St.)
End The War Now Rally!
San Francisco Civic Center Plaza 355 McAllister Street 11:00AM
March to Dolores Park 18th Street and Dolores Street
Karaoke for Peace with CODEPINK
The Mint Karaoke Lounge 7:00PM 1942 Market St San Francisco, CA 94102
Sunday October 28th 11AM-2PM
Post-March and Gathering with Betsy Rose The Delancey Street Restaurant
Southwest Room 600 Embarcadero St San Francisco, CA 94107

Our goal for the 11 regional peace demonstrations is to focus national attention on the urgency of ending the war and to highlight the impact of war spending on domestic needs. With your participation, October 27 will help break the gridlock in Congress and serve as a launching of a new level of activism as we go into the next round of elections! Check out, what other CODEPINK chapters are doing across the country on October 27th: http://www.codepink4peace.org/section.php?id=327

Let us know you'll join us in San Francisco on October 27th!

Contact info: CODEPINK Women for Peace
2017 Mission Street, 2nd floor San Francisco, CA 94110
between 16th and 17th on Mission
(415) 575-5543 peace at globalexchange.org
http://www.codepink4peace.org/section.php?id=327

Portland, Oct 27 POLYWEEN Oregon

Mission Tree Care Sat Oct 27 9:00am - 12:30pm
Contact: Ellyn Shea, 415-561-6890 ext.102
Meeting location: Muddy Waters Coffee Shop, Valencia near 16th St.
RAIN CANCELS http://fuf.net Friends of the Urban Forest, SF

Saturday, October 27, 6:00-9:00 PM - Green City Scene with the Sustainable Living Roadshow
Saturday, November 3, 12:00 PM - 6 PM, Step It Up: Climate Action Challenge
(Workshops and Lectures: Check the calendar for details as they unfold)
Saturday, November 3, 6:00 PM - 9 PM, Green City Scene
Please come by this Friday to find out more. For more information or any questions,
please contact us at info at greencitygallery.org or call (510) 981-9948.
Green City Gallery 1950 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704 (510) 981-9948 http://greencitygallery.org

Saturday, October 27 Opel presents our annual Halloween extravanganza! Night of the Living Bass!
We're famous for our Halloween parties for a reason - they consistenly rock with a fabulous costumed crowd, killer music and a great atmosphere. This year featuring hot off an epic playa set....
Dylan Rhymes (Lot 49, UK)
& the mighty Elite Force (Used & Abused Records, Lot 49, eliteforce.co.uk / UK).
Local heroes in full effect with Syd Gris, Hoj, Melyss, + ICON, Spesh, Fred Funk, Alain Octavo, Scottino, Dirtyhertz, Tamo, DJ Hill, Vinkalmann, & MACE. At Mighty.
Discounted pre-sales on sale for $15 http://www.opelproductions.com



13th Annual Freaker’s Ball Halloween Costume party Sat Oct 27th 3pm – Sunday Oct 28th 7pm
http://www.raindancepresents.com/FB07/index.htm Lupin Naturist resort in Los Gatos $30/50



Taoist Erotic Massage for Men Tue Oct 30 7-9:30pm
Location: The Center for Sex and Culture @ 1519 Mission Street Suite #1 (between 11th Street and South Van Ness)
Cost: $25-$40 per individual (sliding scale).
CSC now accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover, as well as personal checks.
RSVP: Space is limited!
Email destin at EroticRockstar.com to reserve your space.
Experience the power of sacred sexuality in this hands-on, clothes-off workshop.
This 2.5 hour workshop will focus on the male as receiver. Men must attend with a partner. This workshop welcomes givers of any sex.
We will practice a series of conscious breathwork techniques and Taoist erotic massage, which can lead to extended, full-body orgasm and an altered mind-state conducive to spiritual insights.
Honestly, if you're looking to get off, this isn't for you. This is a spiritual, erotic, non-ejaculatory practice that stimulates and spreads erotic energy throughout the body. It is very hot, but it isn't sex as you normally think of it.
After the introduction and demonstration, we will practice the breathwork, and you will be guided through a series of different genital massage strokes. Participants will then have an opportunity to give or receive a 40 minute massage with integrated breathwork and coaching.
There is no sexual interaction between the giver and receiver except for the massage itself, and all boundaries will be respected.

7:30 pm Tuesday, Oct. 3O SNEAK PEAK of King Corn UCBerkely
Don’t miss one of the year’s most important and entertaining films! With all the talk surrounding Michael Pollan’s newly infamous The Omnivore’s Dilemma, this movie has come at the perfect time! It’s the smarter, hipper Super Size Me for a hopeful new age in which people have realized that our current state of agriculture is in big trouble.
King Corn is a feature documentary about two friends, one acre of corn, and the subsidized crop that drives our fast-food nation. In King Corn, Ian Cheney and Curt Ellis, best friends from college on the east coast, move to the heartland to learn where their food comes from. With the help of friendly neighbors, genetically modified seeds, nitrogen fertilizers, and powerful herbicides, they plant and grow a bumper crop of America’s most-productive, most subsidized grain on one acre of Iowa soil. But when they try to follow their pile of corn into the food system, what they find raises troubling questions about how we eat – and how we farm.
With panelists: Michael Pollan (author, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, The Botany of Desire), Aaron Woolf (film maker), Ian Cheney +Curtis Ellis (film stars).
Discussion theme: Corn, farm subsidies, rural communities and the Food Bill.
Screening at the Hillside Club 2286 Cedar Street in Berkeley. This film will open at the Shattuck theater on November 2nd.
http://agrariana.org/film-series

SF Samhain Vigil for Freedom and Peace: 7pm to 9pm (Daylight Savings Time) 31 October 2007
outside LGBTI Center, Octavia @ Market, SF
NON-violent. Clothing-optional. Free.
Spiritual + religious vigil for peace;
political demo for freedom + peace.
Accepting all peaceful ADULTS (18+).
Mayoral candidates especially welcome.



Nov 2007

Art Receptions from: http://www.sfbg.com NOV 1
5-7pm *Don Soker Contemporary Art 49 Geary, suite 418; 291-0966. Tues-Fri, 10:30am-5:30pm; Sat, 11am-5pm. "Structures," works by Theodora Varnay Jones (reception Nov 1, 5-7pm). Oct 23-Nov 30.
5-8pm SF Camerawork 657 Mission; 512-2020. Tues-Sat, noon-5pm. "Tide," photographs by Matthias Geiger. Through Sat/20. "There Is Always a Machine Between Us," interactive exhibit of works by Internet artists. Through Nov 17. "James D. Phelan Art Award in Photography," photographs by Geoffrey Ellis, Apollonia Morrill, and Walt Odets (reception Nov 1, 5-8pm). Oct 23-Nov 17.

Blue Sky :: Foggy City San Francisco, CA November 3, 2007 12:00PM to 03:00PM
Bike It Up! + Recycle That! Art Installation
Come to San Francisco's StepItUp event ( map ) and help us defend the few blue skies our beautiful Foggy City has to offer. November 3rd will be a day of art, activity, and action. So join in and let's Step It Up San Francisco style. With your participation, this will be a day of change! Let our voices be heard, and let's keep those blue skies smiling back at us.
Local and state politicians are invited to share their commitment to climate action with the crowd, who will mainly be distracted with the following activities:
* Blue it Up! - Show how you want those skies both clean & blue by donning your funky & fly blue threads.
* Bike it Up! - Come to Dolores Park and pimp your ride . Bike to the UN Plaza, with an entourage of electric & bio-based cars in tow. Show off how much fun non-petro transport can be!
* Art it Up! - Join the Recycle That! Art installation by showcasing your reclaimed or natural art at UN Plaza. Babies to burners… all are encouraged!
* Step it Up! - Come be the change! Join us in this day of action and let's make San Francisco and California the political leaders in demanding action to stop Climate Change. What do we want?
This grassroots-driven event is endorsed by: GreenSix.com,
http://GlobalExchange.org
Sierra Club Bay Chapter, GlobalizeThis!, Rainforest Action Network, Our City, Green Guerrillas Against Greenwash, Local Power, Green Sangha, Plan-It Hardware, Urban Alliance for Sustainability and
http://events.stepitup2007.org/events/show/2041

11.3 What: SwapSF is offering San Francisco the chance to indulge itself with the things it loves best: drinking and literature. Clean up your shelves of unwanted books and spend an afternoon getting new reads, socializing, & drinking. 10,000 square feet of space, $1 wine, $1 beer, free coffee, DJs, plus Journalmaking and bookbinding workshops to make good use out of any books you don't want.
Where: CELLspace (2050 Bryant St. between 18th & 19th) - San Francisco
http://CELLspace.org When: Saturday, November 3rd - Noon to 3pm
How Much: $5 if you bring a bag of books, $10 if you come empty-handed

Nov 3 PSYtrance we will be celebrating HALLOWEEN and Dias de las Muertas at the Ginger Bread House. At least 2 rooms and tons of surprises? Get your Halloween/burning man costumes ready for a night to remember? PHANTASMAGORIA 7! (celebrating the new DVD VMX1-Phantasmagoria)
http://www.geomagnetic.tv
http://www.mindseyemedia.com
http://www.doctorspook.com

Herspirit 2: Celebrating the abundance of our power to share
$15, no-one turned away for lack of funds, all ages welcome
Sun Nov 4, 4:30pm- 9:30pm women's building 3543 18th st SF, CA (btwn Valencia / Guererro)

Nov 6 UCB Harvest Festival near Chancellor' house.
http://Agrariana.org

Taoist Erotic Massage for Women (Co-facilitated with Ms. Amy Scott) Tue Nov 6 7-9:30pm
Location: The Center for Sex and Culture @ 1519 Mission Street Suite #1 (between 11th Street and South Van Ness)
Cost: $25-$40 per individual (sliding scale).
CSC now accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Discover, as well as personal checks.
RSVP: Space is limited!
Email destin at EroticRockstar.com to reserve your space.
Experience the power of sacred sexuality in this hands-on, clothes-off workshop.
This 2.5 hour workshop will focus on the female as receiver. Women must attend with a partner. This workshop welcomes givers of any sex.
We will practice a series of conscious breathwork techniques and Taoist Erotic Massage, which can lead to extended, full-body orgasm and an altered mind-state conducive to spiritual insights.
Honestly, if you're looking to get off, this isn't for you. This is a spiritual, erotic practice that stimulates and spreads erotic energy throughout the body. It is very hot, but it isn't sex as you normally think of it.
After the introduction and demonstration, we will practice the breathwork, and you will be guided through a series of different genital massage strokes. Participants will then have an opportunity to give or receive a 40 minute massage with integrated breathwork and coaching.
There is no sexual interaction between the giver and receiver except for the massage itself, and all boundaries will be respected.

Nov 9 New Moon

Nov 9,10,11 http://greenfestivals.org 8th St. @ Brannan St., SF
San Francisco Green Festival Fri 1pm – 8pm Sat 10am – 8pm Sun 11am – 6pm
SF Concourse Exhibition Center 635 8th St (at Brannan St) SF, CA 94103
Giftcenter Pavillion Theater 888 Brannan Street San Francisco, CA 94103
Join us for this big three-day party with a purpose. You’ll enjoy more than 150 visionary speakers, 400 green businesses (start your holiday shopping now!), great how-to workshops, organic beer and wine, delicious organic cuisine and diverse live music.
Recharge your batteries with great ideas, positive energy and the abundant hope you’ll find at the Green Festival.
Past Speakers: Alice Walker Jim Hightower Daryl Hannah
Greg Palast Hunter Lovins Ben Cohen David Suzuki
Peter Camejo Dennis Kucinich Dame Anita Roddick And many more!
Interested in learning more about this premier green event? Click on the “GreenFestival Radio” button and experience past Green Festivals first hand!
Please check our website regularly for updated speaker, exhibitor and ticketing information.

Vulcan Spinagogue Nov 9th-11th @ The Vulcan in Oakland, CA Poi / Staff / Firedancing
http://sanfrancisco.tribe.net/event/7c0cc2dd-47c4-41ff-8df3-7b27341177aa
What is Spinagogue? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYZP_K575rI
A typical day at the Vulcan? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzRMW-7YxEY

Nov 24 Full Moon

Dec 2007

Dec 9 New Moon

DEC 20 http://uas.coop Green Movie Night @ Little Roxie 16th between Valencia / Guerro
plus Ella Baker Ctr. 10 yr anniv video. Plus Alli Star is invited to speak. Vivian from Berkeley youth Alternative.

DEC 21 WINTER SOLSTICE: SHORTEST day of year / SUN in Southern Hemisphere.

Dec 22 PSYtrance we bring you GeoSolstice celebrating winter solstice in the most ancient future ways! Featuring LIVE from Macedonia ? Psychoz and Lots more!
http://www.geomagnetic.tv
http://www.mindseyemedia.com
http://www.doctorspook.com

Dec 24 Full Moon

Dec 31 NYE CASTRO!

Dec 31 NYE SEA of DREAMS http://anonsalon.com http://burningman.com



2008

Jan 14-18 MACWORLD EXPO Moscone Ctr. SF
08-E-VF01 is PRIORITY CODE for FREE Macworld Exhibits only pass IF you reg by 10/5

Oct 13 Prophecy @ Joshua Tree: Hopi, Tibetan, Mayan Elders. produced by Earthdance folk.



Every 1st Wednesday: http://exploratorium.edu 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; http://www.MuseumCA.org

* NAKED YOGA is every Sunday in SF; $10; 1030am; at the One Taste
Urban Retreat Center at 1074 Folsom St @ 7th; 415-503-1100;
http://www.OneTasteSF.com

* 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;
http://www.snapsite.com/guests/skate/public/html/page2.html

* 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 1954-1974...it'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;
http://www.DarkRoomSF.com



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Gone Raw http://www.goneraw.com
The Raw Chef http://therawchefblog.com/category/raw-recipes
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http://www.mpwhi.com Aspartame Information List
Aspartame Toxicity Center, http://www.holisticmed.com/aspartame


Please foster Kittens for you local SPCA.
Help raise kittens until they are 8 weeks old or 2 lbs and can be put up for adoption.
It is important that they have humans for socialization and play! (lucky you)
http://www.sfspca.org/foster/index.shtml
this is the sweetest and most fun way to bring extra love into your life,
and into the kittens' lives. This program is FREE:
You attend their kitten foster program so you know how...
And then when they have a litter of kittens for you,
they send you home with kittens and all the cat food you need.


Money 101
A very good (but 47 minutes long) video on how banking evolved, and
how today money=debt, with the inability of it being "sustainable" also explored:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-9050474362583451279]


Eugene Debs, Josef Stalin, Melians

"They have always taught and trained you to believe it to be your patriotic duty to go to war and to have yourselves slaughtered at their command. But in all the history of the world you, the people, have never had a voice in declaring war, and strange as it certainly appears, no war by any nation in any age has ever been declared by the people."
-- Eugene Debs
Socialist candidate for president, June 16, 1918
The speech led to Debs's being stripped of his citizenship and sent to jail for 10 years.
http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote_blog/Eugene.Debs.Quote.2BB9

"One death is a tragedy, but a million deaths are a statistic."
-- Josef Stalin
(1879-1953) Communist leader of the USSR
http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote_blog/Josef.Stalin.Quote.4569

"It may be your intent to be our masters;
how can it be ours to be your slaves?"
-- Melians
Source: Melians to Athenians, Peloponnesian War, 431 BC
http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote_blog/Melians.Quote.455F

H. L. Mencken, Charles Eliot Norton, Edward R. Murrow

"To die for an idea: it is unquestionably noble.
But how much nobler it would be
if men died for ideas that were true."
-- H. L. Mencken
(1880-1956) American Journalist, Editor, Essayist, Linguist, Lexicographer, and Critic
http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote_blog/H..L..Mencken.Quote.1E17

"The voice of protest, of warning, of appeal is never more needed than
when the clamor of fife and drum, echoed by the press and too often by
the pulpit, is bidding all men fall in and keep step and obey in silence
the tyrannous word of command. Then, more than ever, it is the duty of
the good citizen not to be silent."
-- Charles Eliot Norton
(1827-1908) American scholar
http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote_blog/Charles.Norton.Quote.3A52

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home."
-- Edward R. Murrow
(1908-1965), American Broadcast Newsman
http://quotes.liberty-tree.ca/quote_blog/Edward.R..Murrow.Quote.A809

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Patriot act is NULL and VOID
Any law that is repugnant to the US Constitution is NULL and VOID.
-Marburry V. Madison, 1803

http://zeitgeistmovie.com

Declaration of Independence
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/06/14/18427416.php

GUN CONTROL WORKS ask the experts: Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/04/17/18400846.php

Beautiful Sattelite Picture of earth.
http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/136048main_bm_012004.jpg


fun events: http://laughingsquid.com/squidlist/events http://www.sfstation.com
more events: http://www.craigslist.org http://www.tribe.net http://upcoming.org
eco events: http://ecologycenter.org http://acterra.org
important events: http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php http://indybay.org
http://swcoalition.org/Calendar.html Sustainable World Coalition
http://humanisthall.net 390 27th St Oakland between Broadway and Telegraph
http://www.mpjc.org/ongoing.html Marin Peace and Justice Center
http://peaceandjustice.org Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center
Berkeley and Oakland political events
http://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/pbnberkeley/2007-10
http://www.sfbg.com events, art receptions, music, film, etc.
http://marinrawfood.org Monthly Raw Food Potlucks (san rafael)


Previous Calendars:

Event


SF events 10.11
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/10/11/18453477.php


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October 11th Santa Cruz 11th Day of Every Month Street Action Unplug The War Machine!

Thu, Oct 11, 6-10pm Golden Gate Park @ Pacific Ocean
Center for Environmental Health’s Tenth Anniversary Celebration

10/11: If you have read or even heard of The Secret, this preview is a MUST f (san rafael)
The Answer Private Preview Screening October 11, 7:00PM

Harbin Hot Springs, Oct 11, Unconditional Dance AND JILIAN LoVE's Bday bash http://harbin.org

10/11/07: Nonprofit Night [SF] http://craigslistfoundation.org 111 Minna

"Escape from Suburbia" screening Oct. 11, Studio B Thursday, 7 PM.
Location: 1045 17th St., corner 17th and Mississippi. That's three

Erotic pumpkin carving with power tools and gross or scary LOOKING food potluck
Thursday, October 11, 7:30 PM Encounter Studio 555 De Haro St. Suite 120 SF

Second Annual Good Vibrations Amateur Erotic Film Competition
Thur 10.11 (8pm) Castro Theatre (429 Castro St, 415.621.6120) $15 / $12 advance


Acid Totem Big Sur Campout Oct 12 - 14


)'( SAT OCT 13 LA DeCompression http://www.la-burningman.com )'(

Sat Oct 13 Pronoia's second annual Libra bass bash!

OPEL @ Shine. 1337 Mission St. @ 9th. 10pm-2am.

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9/11 truth action at... Walmart?!?
Way to go, guys! This is ingenuity, innovation, and balls all rolled into one highly effective package...
Want to spread 9/11 Truth to the Sheeple? Want to spark the attention of a dumbed-down audience?
Welcome to the Walmart PA system...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4yKEK9o8gA


Ice Caps Melting Faster: Say Goodbye to the Big Apple?
http://www.alternet.org/environment/64735
http://zetatalk.com/poleshft/p30.htm


US Drought Monitor Forum - Portland OR Oct 10-11 2007
http://snr.unl.edu/ndmcsurvey/usdmforum.html



Thu Oct 11 New Moon

Strybing Arboretum and Botanical Gardens Golden Gate Park, Ninth Ave at Lincoln; 661-1316, ext 303. Mon-Fri, 8am-4:30pm; Sat-Sun, 10am-5pm. "A Passion for Flowers: From the Garden to the Vase," botanical watercolors and archival prints by Sally Robertson. Through Sun/30. "Autumn Impressions," photographs by Jo-Ann Ordano (reception Oct 11, 5-7pm). Oct 1-Dec 30.

Warnock Fine Arts 49 Geary, suite 211 "A Thirst for Otherness," FREE
paintings by Virgo Paraiso and Tino Rodriguez (reception Oct 11, 5-8pm).

San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery at City Hall City Hall, One Dr. FREE
Carlton B. Goodlett Place, lower level; (reception Oct 11, 5:30-7:30pm).

October 11th Santa Cruz 11th Day of Every Month Street Action Unplug The War Machine!
Street Action For Peace and 9/11 Truth
We will be holding signs visible to pedestrians and vehicle traffic, calling for peace and 9/11 Truth. We have lots of goodies to give out, such as 9/11 information cards and dvds.
Thursday, Oct.11th, 2007 from 5:30-6:30pm
Downtown Santa Cruz Clock Tower
Corner of Water St. and Pacific Ave.
Truth Revolution
http://www.911blogger.com/node/11856
911 Truth Now
http://www.truthaction.org
9/11 Swag
http://www.911sharethetruth.com
Santa Cruz IMC
http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/10/07/18452632.php
OTHER NEWS Reminder: Zeitgeist the Movie at The Hide
Wed, Oct.10, 8pm 131 B Front St, Santa Cruz http://www.zeitgeistmovie.com
Truth Links
http://www.911truth.org
http://www.911blogger.com
http://www.patriotsquestion911.com
http://www.prisonplanet.com
http://www.911dvdproject.com
http://www.911sharethetruth.com
http://www.wtc7.net

Thu, Oct 11, 6-10pm Golden Gate Park @ Pacific Ocean
Center for Environmental Health’s Tenth Anniversary Celebration
Park Chalet Garden Restaurant 1000 Great Highway (@ Ocean Beach) SF
http://globalexchange.org/getInvolved/bayarea.php

10/11: If you have read or even heard of The Secret, this preview is a MUST f (san rafael)
The Answer Private Preview Screening October 11, 7:00PM
The Whistle Stop 930 Tamalpais San Rafael, CA
RSVP: event-443406018 [at] craigslist.org
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eve/443406018.html

Harbin Hot Springs, Oct 11, Unconditional Dance AND JILIAN LoVE's Bday bash http://harbin.org
You'll move to the polyrhythmic, expertly mixed flow of sounds from downtempo to uptempo -- a huge cross-genre mix of deep grooves, funky beats and cutting edge remixes, with a spicy global imprint. Soak in deep waves of bass, as ultra clean sound floats you into your bliss. A meticulously tuned surround-sound system, subtle lighting effects, and special guest DJs create the soundtrack for an ecstatic community gathering.
There is no cover charge for Harbin guests. But Thursday night Unconditional Dance -- like a night blooming flower -- is short and sweet. It begins at 8:00 and winds down by 10:00 to 10:30 pm. So arrive early, dance your heart out, and then retreat to the sauna to cool off afterward.

10/11/07: Nonprofit Night [SF] http://craigslistfoundation.org 111 Minna

6.30 pm Thursday, Oct. 11 Our Daily Bread + We Feed the World
Screening at the Hillside Club 2286 Cedar Street in Berkeley
Welcome to the world of industrial food production and high-tech farming! To the rhythm of conveyor belts and immense machines, the film looks without commenting into the places where food is produced in Europe: monumental spaces, surreal landscapes and bizarre sounds – a cool, industrial environment which leaves little space for individualism. People, animals, crops and machines play a supporting role in the logistics of this system which provides our society’s standard of living.
Our Daily Bread is a wide-screen tableau of a feast which isn’t always easy to digest – and in which we all take part. A pure, meticulous and high-end film experience that enables the audience to form their own ideas.
We Feed the World is a film about food and globalization, fishermen and farmers, long-distance lorry drivers and high-powered corporate executives, the flow of goods and cash flow–a film about scarcity amid plenty. With its unforgettable images, the film provides insight into the production of our food and answers the question of what world hunger has to do with us.
With San Fransico area breadbakers: Steve Sullivan (founder Acme Breads); Julie Cummins (CUESA); Phoenix Pastaficio; and Eduardo Morell (Morell’s bread)
http://agrariana.org/film-series

We wish for these animals to be allowed to: A: stretch their legs. B: turn around in their cage.
http://humanecalifornia.org
Californians for Humane Farms must collect 650,000 signatures to place a measure on the California ballot to prevent cruelty to calves raised for veal, pigs during pregnancy and egg-laying hens.
Santa Clara County Initiative Small Group Meeting
Thu Oct 11 6:30pm International Veggie House, San Jose (520 E. Santa Clara)
Please bring calendars, location ideas and your enthusiasm!
If you have questions, i can be reached at 530.848.4021.
Please RSVP by Thursday at noon so i can make reservations.
If you can't make the meeting but are interested in helping to collect signatures
Saturday at the San Jose Pumpkin Festival, please let me know. It is from 10-4pm.
Thanks so much and i look forward to seeing you then.
For the animals, lauren Ornelas Founder/Director Food Empowerment Project
http://www.foodispower.org
To subscribe to this group, send an email to:
southbayveggies-subscribe [at] yahoogroups.com

"Escape from Suburbia" screening Oct. 11, Studio B Thursday, 7 PM.
Location: 1045 17th St., corner 17th and Mississippi. That's three
blocks east of the Connecticut Yankee bar/grill where there's a Muni bus
#22 stop at Connecticut and 17th -- get off and walk toward the Bay. The
22 comes from the 16th Street and Mission intersection where there's a
BART station. Alternatively, from Market Street take 8th Street and get
to 17th, or use 7th Street which runs into and becomes Mississippi.
Come upstairs to Studio B (must come on time or telephone for entry
728-2548 or 255-9794 -- doorbell n/a. http://culturechange.org/cms

Erotic pumpkin carving with power tools and gross or scary LOOKING food potluck
Thursday, October 11, 7:30 PM Encounter Studio 555 De Haro St. Suite 120 SF
http://www.xlounge.com http://sanfrancisco.tribe.net

Second Annual Good Vibrations Amateur Erotic Film Competition
Thur 10.11 (8pm) Castro Theatre (429 Castro St, 415.621.6120) $15 / $12 advance

October 11: Juvies
This documentary explores the juvenile criminal-justice system, and the increasingly controversial practice of sending youth offenders through the adult system. Focusing on a group of twelve young offenders chosen randomly to participate in a video-production workshop at Eastlake Central Juvenile Hall in Los Angeles (where they await trials as adults), the film compares their crimes and sentences, explores their feelings about the experience of juvenile hall vs. adult prison, and examines the medi