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SF events 1.6
by Scott Munson (PlantTrees [at]
Sunday Jan 5th, 2003 11:39 AM
)'( Sun Jan 5 1st Sun Santa Cruz Beach Burn West end Seabright Beach
@ East Cliff
Beach = commons. Enjoy it! : Bring abandoned xmas trees/ xmas carnage.
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94.1 fm Berkeley M-F 9am DEMOCRACY NOW!

93.7 SF 104.1 Berkeley

# Tom Brown--Tracker, Survival Skills, Nature Awareness Teacher
Sun Jan 5 1pm New College of California North Bay 99 6th St Santa Rosa

)'( # Sun Jan 5 Santa Cruz Beach Burn 1st Sundays West end Seabright Beach
@ East Cliff

# Mon Jan. 6 - Fri Jan. 10 11 am-1 pm Protest the Registrations, Detentions and Round-ups of Arab, Muslim, and South Asian People INS Office 444 Washington St

# 1/6 Tom Brown Stanford Monday Jan. 6, 7 p.m. Kresge Auditorium, Palo Alto

# 1/6 Tom Brown 7pm Bookshop Santa Cruz, 1520 Pacific Ave

New College Cultural Center, 766 Valencia Street, SF (Free)
Live audio Webcast:

Free screening: Birthplace of the Caribou - a short documentary about
the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge & the threat of oil drilling there.
Mon, Jan 6, 2003, 7 PM, 468A Hanover Street, Oakland. (X Street,
Brooklyn, on the Lakeshore side of Lake Merritt).

# Mon Jan. 6 8 pm Al Franken: "Oh! The Things I Know" Herbst Theatre
401 Van Ness
author of "Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot" 415-392-4400 City Box Office

# Mon Jan. 6 - Fri Jan. 10 11 am-1 pm Protest the Registrations, Detentions and Round-ups of Arab, Muslim, and South Asian People INS Office 444 Washington St

# Jan 6-10, 2003

2pm EXPLORA-TION Michio Kaku

# 1st Tuesday each month:  FREE SFMOMA 151 3rd St 11am-6pm

# 1/7 1st Tuesday Art receptions in Mill Valley, Miller @ Throckmorton

# Help the SF Food Bank distribute food to the homeless-
Food sorting at the San Francisco Food Bank Tue Jan 7 6-8pm 900 Pennsylvania Ave
North of Cesar Chavez, West of 280 dave [at]

# Tuesday Night Horror Flicks 1/7-5/27 7pm-10pm FREE JEZEBEL'S 510 Larkin (at Turk)

# 2nd Wednesday each month:  FREE California Palace of the Legion of Honor
9:30 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. 34/Clement

# Wed Jan. 8 10-11 am KALW 91.7 FM   Working Assets Radio: Code Pink

# Wed 2-3pm 94.1fm guns and butter

# Wed Jan 8 New College Cultural Center 766 Valencia St 7:30 pm, $10
Join Global Exchange director Medea Benjamin is a discussion of the state of
the peace movement in the US. Medea has been instrumental in building a
broad-based anti-war movement under the umbrella of United For Peace. Since
November 17, she has been leading a Code Pink Women's Peace Vigil in front
of the White House seven days a week‹come rain, snow or sunshine.
Come join us in the new year to talk about how the movement can quickly
become stronger and more effective!!!
Live audio Webcast:

# Thu 94.1fm 1-2 pm Herbal Highway
2-3 pmCaroline Casey Visionary Activist

# Thu Jan. 9 6 pm Aryeh Neier: "Four Decades in the Struggle for Human Rights and Civil Liberties"
World Affairs Council 312 Sutter St

# 1/9 8:30-11pm $15 CELLspace literary arts benefit @ Intersection for the Arts
446 Valencia @ 15/16th

# 1/9 FREE SHOW! Motogirl Productions Presents: One of Many Snapper
Make Me Famous Firecracker Jethro Jeremiah (solo) Great American Music Hall
859 O'Farrell @ Polk

# YLEM Forum: Traditional Embraces Digital Thu Jan 9, 7:30 PM
McBean Theater, The Exploratorium 3601 Lyon St FREE

# reception Thu Jan 9 Gold Frame Re/Mix 52 Mason@Turk

# :code is all new for the new year Two rooms of live electronic music and DJs
2nd and 4th Thursdays @ DNA Lounge
Grand re-opening Thu Jan 9 Free 9pm - 10pm, just $5 after
Fashion show Cloud Factory Design 11pm

# Fri Jan 10 First quarter moon

# Fri Jan. 10 7:30-9:30 pm Report From Colombia United Methodist Church 9 Ross Valley Rd
San Rafael

# reception Fri Jan 10 6-9pm 1311 Church @ 25/Clipper

# 1/10 Audio Flyer, Forty Cents Faster, Welcome Matt (Free show @ Brainwash)
8p 1126 Folsom St

# Fri Jan. 10 - Mon Jan. 13 The Links: The Nazis & the Zionists, The History & The Ideology
Fri Jan 10 7:30pm Fellowship of Humanity 390 27th St@Broadway, Oakland
Mon an 13 7pm 522 Valencia (at 16th St)

# LIVE! Sat Jan 11 5pm to Midnight
Women's Building 3543 18th St @ Valencia & Guerrero $35-40

# Fun, new paintings and posters by DAve........ Art party: Sat Jan 11, 7-10pm
66 Balmy Alley (in between Treat and Harrison)

# Sat Jan 11 9pm Xenodrome 1320 Potrero @ 25th get abducted.
eenor/ breakfast, mark growden, etc.. sun and space faery birthday

# 1/11-14 COPY & DESTROY tour Berkeley, SF

# 1/12 Miniature Horses @
3601 Lyon @ Lombard

# SF Tesla Society 3220 Sacramento @ Lyon Sun Jan 12 1 p.m.
MARSHA ADAMS returns to present "Earthquakes and Earthlights". Marsha is
the developer of the experimental Electorquake earthquake prediction
system.. Earthlights are an unusual geophysical phenomena she has been

# Sun Jan 12 4PM $5 La Pena Cultural Center 3105 Shattuck Berkeley
Middle East Radio Project KPFA 94.1 FM Mon 1p + Wed 7p

# Mon Jan 12 8pm 1884 Market St. $5-10 notaflof Vegan snacks provided!
Freedom Fighters or Terrorists? Direct Action in the Wake of 9/11

# Mon Jan 13 FREE Get Published! Workshop 5:30-8:30 PM Berkeley Central Library, 2090 Kittredge St., Central Meeting Room

3/17 ROSIN COVEN A benefit to raise money for the World's only Interfaith Pagan Pride Parade
Also with Evelie Posch and Mahal and Moonrise Friday Evening, January 17th 2003
The Starry Plough Pub and Restaurant 3101 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA

# January 18 Mass Actions in DC + SF NO WAR ON IRAQ!

# "Another World IS Possible" World Social Forum 23-28th January 2003
Porto Alegre, Brazil
Oceania Social Forum, Aotearoa/New Zealand

Wed. Jan. 22, time TBA, Comings and Goings: Fr. Louie and the SOA POC's
San Francisco, St. Boniface Church Theater, 133 Golden Gate
FR. LOUIE is expected to be released on Jan. 12.

Sat. Jan. 25, 2:00 PM, The Pinochet Case, A Documentary
San Francisco, Koret Auditorium, Main Library, Lower Level
Sponsored by San Francisco Public Library

Sun. Jan. 26, 4:30 PM, Victory over Salvadoran Generals
Talks by Carlos Mauricio, successful plaintiff, and Terry Karl, Political
Science Professor at Stanford, expert witness at trial
Palo Alto, St. Albert's Catholic Church, 1095 Channing (at Melville)
Sponsored by South Bay Sanctuary Covenant

Mon. Jan. 27, GEORGIA TRIALS 40 charged w trespass

# Not in Our Name Benefit Concert $55 $80 * ANI DIFRANCO * OZOMATLI
* SAUL WILLIAMS Fri Jan 31 at 7:30pm Berkeley Community Theater
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2012 evolve
Sun Jan 5
Police force call for outer space
 Afghanistan: The Nuclear Nightmare Starts
 World War IV and The New Feudalism
 Britain: alert after GM crop altered other plants
 Seeds of Secrecy
 Drought in Ethiopia Presages a Possible Famine
(GMO, IMF, WB are implicated; indigenes affected)
 Disinformation: The Interviews (Militantly Magical Book released;)
 We all lose when ranches are parceled (Money is king in battle for open space)
 explaining money
 to correction about money post
 WSU Biochemist Suggests Vicious Chemical Cycle May Cause Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
 What this war is not about
 Knowledge is power
(not the government) (USA)
Sat Jan 4
 News From EnviroWatch & Children Rights Watch
 to: The forefathers of imperialism (kentfield)
 Nuclear Regulators' Wariness Kept a Damaged A-Plant Open
 US as Empire
 Antarctica's ice sheet melting naturally, say researchers in jrnl Sci
 The forefathers of imperialism
 Sniper tips to aid Gestapo hunt for firearms (Sieg Heil!)
 First Local Restrictions on Sale of Salvia Divinorum Proposed
 Tennessee: 'Felony stop' leaves innocent family traumatized
 New revelations about Guantanamo Bay prisoners
Fri Jan 3
 *** Let's Write A Federal DWB Bill To End Police Racial Profiling ***
 USDA Surreptitiously Moves to Force Irradiated Food on Students
 New Year's Resolution to GO VEG in 2003!
 Bush's Master Plan For The Internet
(a move towards repression)
 West Nile's Widening Toll (coming to California)
 A Practical Guide For Lie Detection
 Lets talk about penises for a minute. ( Why don't we?)
 Calif Coastal Commission
 Fallen WTC no longer matters
 Repression and expression pain
 EPA and Endocrine Disruptors
 Old lines of research reliable for funding
 babies born with health defects
 The Demise of the Dollar?
 Found really Great Web Hosting Service for $1 !
 The Demise of the Dollar?
 Global warming's effects on fauna studied
 Pakistani Politicians Blast U.S. Bombing
 Protect the Forests: Save the Cerulean Warbler!
Rocket Fuel Toxic Found in Lettuce
 Case Study: Adolf Hitler
 Hundreds of species hit by global warming, says report
 New Chairman of 9/11 Commission had business ties (with Osama's Brother in Law)
Thu Jan 2
 Now Corporations Claim The "Right To Lie"
 Make It A Year Of Unyielding Pressure On Bush (VOXNYC)
Educating U why IMF = bad

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