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Friday Dec 2nd, 2005 12:50 PM Sat, Dec 3, 2005 - Sun, Dec 4, 2005      
9/11 Truth Festival and Strategy Conference
Veterans War Memorial Building, 2nd Floor
401 Van Ness Avenue (Right Behind City Hall, near Civic Center BART)
San Francisco
Sat, Dec 3, 2005 - Sun, Dec 4, 2005      
9/11 Truth Festival and Strategy Conference
Veterans War Memorial Building, 2nd Floor
401 Van Ness Avenue (Right Behind City Hall, near Civic Center BART)
San Francisco

Please join us for two days of films, presentations, and strategic discussion about the progress and future of the 9-11 Truth Movement. Saturday will be an information sharing festival, and Sunday a day of strategy discussion. Free to the public. Free food and drink provided, but please bring anything that you want to share.

9/11 TRUTH FESTIVAL - Saturday, December 3rd, 1pm - 5pm++

Abdelmalik Ali - 9/11 and the War on Islam
Carol Brouillet - Overcoming Psychological Barriers around 9/11
Pat Gray - Running for Congress on an Anti-War Platform
Christian Pecaut - Why the Democrats/Greens/etc. Need to Expose 9/11
Frank Runninghorse - CIA Jihad
Ken Jenkins - Video Activism in the 9/11 Truth Movement

9/11 STRATEGY CONFERENCE - Sunday, December 4th
Brainstorming (gathering people's best ideas) 10am - 1pm
Strategy Discussion (creating the big picture) 1pm - 5pm++

After hearing presentations, viewing films, and discussing the day before, we will hold an organized planning session. We will work to gather a comprehensive set of problems we have faced, and then arrange these ideas on the wall in "The Big Picture." The process will then involve determining which of the strategies are most likely to succeed, and coming up with specific solutions for achieving short, medium, and long-term goals.
For more information contact:
Christian Pecaut
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance
workoutwellforall gmail com

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eco events: 390 27th St Oakland Marin Peace and Justice Center Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center

Friday December 2
6:00pm Larkspur: Venezuela Solidarity Film Festival
7:00pm San Francisco: National Venezuela Solidarity Day Screening and Discussion

Saturday December 3
10:00am Oakland: Grand Lake Farmer's Market Goes GE-Free!
1:00pm San Francisco: 911 Truth Festival
8:00pm San Francisco: Tijuana Sessions Border Video Screening

OFFER: MacWorld Pass, Moscone Center

This is *information only*, but it will work to get you a free pass into MacWorld 2006 at
Moscone Center in January.

1) Go to and click register.
1.5) Scroll to bottom EXHIBIT HALL ONLY PACKAGE • Register TODAY!
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to avoid junk mail)
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3) When prompted, enter the priority code: N0101
4) Print your receipt

Act now. This priority code is good until Dec 9th.

Wipers on, Lights on - New Law
Effective July 1 – in inclement weather (rain, snow, fog), when you activate your windshield wipers your headlamps must also be on. Daytime running lamps are not headlamps.
It is also illegal in CA to drive with just running lights, without headlights.
But it is legal to drive naked in CA. There was a brief law requiring shoes, but open toed sandals jammed in pedals, so that law was revoked.

Hi. There is a new trading forum. If you interested, chekc it out at


Ask Congress to 'GET JUNK FOOD OUT OF SCHOOLS!' 30 Second Petition<l=1133396396

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How to Stop FDA Censorship Now!

download: New Study of CANCER-CAUSING ASPARTAME...

From: Dr. Hull’s newly released book Splenda®: Is It Safe Or Not?
The Hidden Chemicals In Splenda®
By Dr. Janet Starr Hull

The Drugging f the American Mind
Why are entire nations becoming psychotic? Is it only stress?


Forget Tamiflu. Try Sauerkraut Instead!
Sauerkraut May Tame Bird Flu

How to Get Rid of a Cold in 2 Easy Steps

by Frederic Patenaude

Everyone wants to know what's the best way to get rid of a cold, and it seems everybody has her own remedy for it. In this article, you will learn how to eliminate a nasty cold the PURE HEALTH way, which is Nature's Way.

I probably won't be very popular for saying this, but the truth is that “there is no cure for the common cold.” That's right. Even modern medicine is aware of this.

All of the remedies sold, at the drugstore or from your health food store, only alleviate the symptoms of a problem that shouldn't be stopped in the first place!

Let Your Body Heal

Here's a little known truth: all attempts to “cure” the common cold are completely futile, since the cold isn't something that should be fought or stopped in the first place. The common cold is a *symptom* that the body is undergoing a healing crisis. The body is trying to get well!

Whether you can “catch” a cold is another subject of controversy, but without even going into that, only the body's own powers are able to take this healing crisis to a favorable conclusion.

The common cold is believed to be viral in nature, and there is no treatment that directly fights the virus. In fact, there are hundreds of those viruses, with new ones being discovered all the time!

The more you interfere in the process, either by taking a drug or making some sort of herbal concoction, the more you add on to the body's stress of dealing with the situation. You might be able to get rid of the symptoms, but the root problem is still there. Is that what you want?

Instead, get rid of a cold the Pure Health Way, in 2 easy steps:

Sleep It Off

The main problem people have when they get a cold is that it interferes with their already busy life. How are you supposed to work if you feel like crap? So you take drugs or even just herbal medicines to alleviate the symptoms, and you continue working like crazing, staying up late, going out, eating out, and *never giving your body the chance to heal.*

When you get a cold, you should do this opposite. Think to yourself, “Great! A cold! That's my opportunity to catch up on the rest I desperately need, and my chance to let my body heal itself!”

What you'll need to do is start spending long hours in bed. Rest as much as possible. Cancel those appointments that are not urgent, those nights out, and other activities. Stop your exercise program for a few days, and rest as much as possible.

If that's not possible, at least take it really easy, and go to bed super-early. Give your body a chance to heal and it will do an amazing job at it, I promise.

Eat Properly

95% of people I've met still think that there's some kind of food they should eat that could “increase their immunity” or “boost their metabolism” and help them “fight” the cold better.

They still haven't realized that *the common cold isn't something that should be fought or stopped!*

Here is however a few recommendations that will definitely help you recover from a cold in the shortest time possible.

- Eat only fruits and vegetables. Those are the easiest foods to digest. Avoid protein foods or fat, or starch.
- Drink plenty of warm water.
- Eat a very simple diet. Smoothies, fresh juices, raw fruits in vegetables. No cooked foods except at the most, steamed vegetables.
- Eat according to hunger and if not hungry skip a few meals. There's no harm and only good in doing that.

Eating a simple raw food diet (such as the one I described in my book “The Raw Secrets) when you have a cold will help you recover in the shortest time possible, without doing any harm to the body. A short fast is also advisable (2-3 days max).

Combine that with plenty of rest, and you'll have a winning formula to getting rid of that nasty cold.

By learning proper nutrition habits, you'll also make sure that you stay healthy all the time and never have to go through that again!

Alito Sketched Strategy to Overturn Roe in '85


Atlantic currents show signs of weakening
National Parks to Seek Corporate Sponsorships
Corporate Funds Will Alter Park Landscapes and Sway Policies

Another hilarious movie!


help build dog houses for needy dogs that are chained outside

Russian squirrel pack 'kills dog'

peak oil

On The Prospects Of Using AAA Type Batteries As Peak Oil Mitigation Devices

police state

Illegal to ride a bus and not show your ID?
United States v. Deborah Davis

NY Civil Liberties Union - Nov 28, 2005
NYCLU, Civil Rights Attorneys Challenge Police Claim
to Unrestricted Photo Surveillance of Demonstrators

Road deaths almost 400 times greater than those from international terrorism

Apocalyptic Video Game Features Global Government Takeover

Kids Being Conditioned To Big Brother and Police State
When Kids are not at home (playing computer games depicting apocalyptic visions of America after the year 2008 where terror attacks carried out by anti-government militias force the European Union to send in an occupying armies which they must control to take out American citizens who resist) they are in school learning how to accept the Big Brother police state.

Globalist Left Arm Gives Thumbs Up To War

Video Allegedly Exposes Security Contractors
A "trophy" video appearing to show security guards in Baghdad randomly shooting Iraqi civilians has sparked two investigations after it was posted on the internet. The video has sparked concern that private security companies, which are not subject to any form of regulation either in Britain or in Iraq, could be responsible for the deaths of hundreds of innocent Iraqis.

Mystery Train

Why did you want to bomb me, Mr Bush and Mr Blair?
Al-Jazeera's quest for answers has been met with silence from both the White House and Downing Street
UP IN THE AIR Where is the Iraq war headed next?

Did Bush Plan to Bomb al-Jazeera?
Pentagon Black Ops: Abducting Peacemakers in Iraq

Letter to Senator Clinton on Comments about the Construction of the Wall

Seven Minutes Until Midnight And Counting!

Leonard Peltier for Time Magazines Person of the Year!

BushHitler asks for patience while he commits GENOCIDE in Iraq.
BushCoup did not ask for patience in counting votes in 2000.
He squatted the whitehouse without winning. (TWICE)

Dec 2005

Thur Dec 1 New Moon

Fri Dec 2

# Fri, Dec 2, 2005      12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Demonstration for the International Day of Solidarity with Political Prisoners
Oakland Federal Building 1301 Clay St Oakland
Freedom and Amnesty for all Political Prisoners! End all torture! Respect International Human Rights Law.
For more information contact:
415-869-8087 intdaysolpp yahoo com

# 2600 Meeting Friday, December 2, 2005
Time: 5:00PM - 7:00PM PST (GMT-08:00)
San Francisco: 4 Embarcadero Plaza (inside). Payphones: (415)
398-9803, 9804, 9805, 9806

# Fri Dec 2 Foster Farms Cruelty Leafleting - Concord
5:30 PM Safeway, 4309 Clayton Rd, Concord
Info: Outside of Safeway, one of Foster Farms' top suppliers, join EBAA
as its exposes Foster's inhumane treatment of animals. Visit for more information.

# Fri Dec 2 Truth and Lies 6 - 9 pm free
MISSION 17 Presents TRUTH AND LIES (Our Second Annual Juried Exhibition) 2111 Mission @ 17th St. suite 401 SF, CA 94110

# The Postcard Show Fri Dec 2 6:00pm--9:00pm free

The 9th Annual Small Format Art Sale

Opening Reception and Sale: Friday, December 2, 2005, 6-9 PM
LAB Members Preview Reception: Friday, December 2, 2005, 5-6 PM
Sale continues: Saturday & Sunday, December 3-4, 2005, 12-5 PM

The LAB, a 21 year-old nonprofit art gallery, is pleased to present
the 9th annual Postcard Show. For this open-invitational exhibition,
artists are encouraged to submit small format multiples-whether that
be a series of hand-made paintings or a stack of production run
postcards. The Postcard Show challenges artists to stretch the
parameters of media and conceptual strategies by doing what they do
best-subverting and manipulating a theme to their own ends. We
encourage you to participate in the fun! From December 2nd through
the 4th, hundreds of small format editions will be on view as the
gallery is transformed into a bazaar-like bargain-hunter's paradise.
Art lovers can explore original works and discover hidden gems at
affordable prices while supporting emerging artists and a great
alternative art space.

Fixed-price work will be available for $1 to $30 (cash, checks, VISA
or MasterCard accepted). Become a member of The LAB and get a chance
to preview the sale in our gallery Friday, December 2, from 5-6 PM.

The LAB 2948 16th Street @ Capp / Mission / South Van Ness
San Francisco 415-864-8855

# Love and other Natural Disasters Fri Dec 2 6 PM
rx Gallery 132 Eddy Street (at Mason) sf 94102 Recent Paintings by Michael Thrush
Art Opening 6-9pm 12/2 (NEW DATE!) FREE

# Fri, Dec 2 7pm The Incredible Shrinking Map of Palestine
St. Joseph the Worker Church 1640 Addison St. Berkeley

# City Art Gallery December Opening Fri Dec 2 7-10pm Free
828 Valencia St @19th / 20th San Francisco 415-970-9900

# Fri, Dec 2 8pm An Evening with Angela Davis
First Congregational Church of Oakland 2501 Harrison St Oakland
An Evening with Thinker, Teacher, Scholar, Writer, Activist
Angela Davis
Professor Davis will speak about her new book,
Abolition Democracy: Beyound Empire, Prisons, and Torture.
Don't miss this dynamic speaker and true hero!
Presented by Hard Know Radio, KPFA 94.1 FM, Global Exchange, Ella Baker Center and Seven Stories Press.
Tickets: $10 in advance at Black Oak Books, Pegasus (both), Pendragon, Diesel a BookStore, Marcus Books, Walden Pond, and Global Exchange Berkeley Store on College Ave $12 at the door.
A benefit for KPFA Free Speech Radio.
For more info (510) 848-6767 Ext. 609

# A Kashmir Earthquake Benefit Fri Dec 2 8:30 PM
Ashkenaz 1317 San Pablo Ave. Berkeley, CA
Join is for an evening of dance floor beats, live music and dance performances to help raise funds for earthquake victims in Pakistan and India.
The details and full lineup is in the works, but so far we have an incredible night featuring:
and more.
8pm-1am at Ashkenaz in Berkeley.
$13+ requested donation.
Donations of supplies (blankets, clothing, etc) are being sent vie Roti Restaurant in SF (on the corner of Haight and Webster), at Bansuri's Spring gallery in Oakland (3929 Piedmont Avenue) and at the venue the night of the benefit.
Please come support this event.
Full details will be posted soon at

Sat Dec 3

# "Stop Global Warming" Actions on December 3
Saturday, December 3, 2005 more on this date
Climate Crisis Coalition Organizing Nationwide

"Stop Global Warming" Actions on December 3

Climate Crisis, USA Join the World! today announced that it is
organizing actions across the United States on and
around December 3 to demand that the U.S. government
support action that is commensurate with the urgency of
the deepening climate crisis.

"Scores of Stop Global Warming local actions will be
happening during the Nov. 28-Dec. 9 time period when
the huge, United Nations Climate Conference in Montreal
takes place," said Ted Glick, spokesperson for the
group. "We will be acting in concert with hundreds of
thousands of people in at least 28 countries around
the world who are making December 3rd an
International Day of Action to Stop Global Warming."

The Climate Crisis group is demanding that the U.S.
government join the world by ratifying the Kyoto

Climate Crisis also demands that the federal government
withdraw its annual $25 billion in subsidies for coal
and oil and create equivalent subsidies for clean,
safe, non-nuclear energy alternatives; that it
dramatically strengthen energy conservation and fuel
efficiency standards; that it plan for a just
transition for workers, Indigenous communities and
others affected by a change to clean energy; and that
it actively defend the world's forests and support
community-run tree planting campaigns.

States where local actions will be taking place
include: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado,
Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois,
Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan,
Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah and

In D.C. on December 3, scores of hybrid vehicles
organized by the Chesapeake Climate Action Network will
circle the White House. In New Orleans the Alliance for
Affordable Energy will be holding a Stop Global Warming
event in the French Quarter. In Los Angeles on December
2, the Labor/Community Strategy Center will be doing an
action calling for an expansion of the city's bus fleet
to provide badly-needed public transportation which
will also cut down on car-producing greenhouse gases.
And in New York, also on December 2, a coalition of
groups will rally in Foley Square across from the
Federal Building calling for the federal government to
stop its obstructionist efforts and instead act to
address this urgent crisis.

In many localities, following the lead of organizers of
a massive march on December 3 in Montreal, participants
in the actions will try to hold their breath for 60
seconds. USA Join the World! coordinator Glick
explained that, 'Doing so reminds us all how important
clean air is to all living things. It reminds us of the
urgency of our work. It is a metaphor for what people
on some Pacific islands may soon have to do as the
oceans rise and their islands disappear and breathing
becomes impossible.'

Ted Glick, 973-338-5398 Barbara Lerman, 609-203-1842

# 12/3: Mushroom Hike (Hidden Villa - Los Altos Hills) (los altos)
Saturday, December 3, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Learn how to identify common families of mushrooms. Wade Leschyn of the Mycological Society of San Francisco discusses edible and poisonous varieties. If desired, bring a basket for collecting specimens and a small knife. Hike contingent on weather. Space limited -- register early! Ages 10 and up only.
Location: Green Tent Hidden Villa 26870 Moody Road Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
$10.00 per Person Register Online:
Hidden Villa calendar

# Wildlife Works is hosting our super fun Warehouse Sale this Saturday, December 3rd from 11-2pm!
We're located in Sausalito: 475 Gate 5 Road Suite 120

# Sat Dec 3 1pm KFC protest San Jose
Come help get the word out to boycott KFC until they stop torturing the millionsj of chickens they serve.
KFC 250 North Bascom, San Jose (corner of No. Bascom and Naglee) Posters and leaflets provided. See you there!

# 9/11 Truth Festival

Saturday, December 3rd, 2005
1:00pm - 5:00pm
followed by informal gathering
(Strategy Session Sunday - see below)

Veterans War Memorial, 2nd Floor,
401 Van Ness Avenue (Across from City Hall)




Abdelmalik Ali     - "9/11 and the War on Islam"
Carol Brouillet     - "Where We Are Now"
Ken Jenkins               - "Overcoming Psychological Barriers around 9/11"
Pat Gray           - "Challenges in Running for Congress as a Green Party Member on an Anti-War Platform"
Christian Pecaut    - "Why the Democrats/Greens/Anti-War Movement Need to Expose 9/11"
Frank Runninghorse - "CIA Jihad"

.. FILMS ..

Two Premieres!
David Ray Griffin     - "Omissions and Distortions in The 9/11 Commission Report: A Significant Pattern"            32 minutes
                            This is testimony from Sept 23rd at the Cynthia McKinney hearings on 9/11 in DC
David Ray Griffin w/     - "Interview" new bonus track from revised version of "9/11 and the American Empire"       9 minutes
Bonnie Faulkner             David answers questions including about historical events that parallel 9/11.
Presented by Producer, Ken Jenkins

Other films to be announced.

Come for the presentations and films, stay for the discussion, food, drinks, and fun!

Bring anything that you want to share.

DIRECTIONS: Near Civic Center BART, Across from City Hall, the 2nd Floor of the Veterans War Memorial.

Brief Biographies of Scheduled Presenters:

Abdelmalik Ali is the Amir of the Masjid al Islam Mosque in Oakland.

Carol Brouillet is the producer of Deception Dollars, an activists for local currencies, resisting
the FTAA, World Bank, WTO, and a diligent mother of three boys. She is
the producer of a new DVD, "Behind Every Terrorist There is a Bush",
available through

Pat Gray ran for Congress with the Green Party on an anti-war platform
against Tom Lantos in the San Mateo 12th Congressional District.

Christian Pecaut recently graduated from Stanford University, where he
created classes that challenged the university's pro-war policies. He
maintains home of Paradigm from California.

Frank Runninghorse is a long time revolutionary activist, who worked
with Rosa Parks, is active with the Peace and Freedom Party, and is a
founding member of the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance.

Ken Jenkins is a 9/11 activist, psychologist, visionary artist, and
videographer. He created 'Perspective on 9/11', which excerpts from the
best 9/11 DVDs. He was also an organizer for the 9-11 International
Inquiry in San Francisco.

# Well All Right Saturday, December 3 4:00pm-7:00pm free
Opening Reception Saturday, December 3rd 4-7PM
Gallery Hours Saturday December 10th / 17th 12-6PM
Artists Paul Urich , Jessica Cadkin , Don Roller , Nancy Chan
Curated by Brion Nuda Rosch
Hallway Bathroom Gallery 391A South Van Ness San Francisco

# 12-03 6:00 PM Danzhaus 1275 Connecticut @ Cesar Chavez, between 101 / 280
THis is an event not to be missed
Wisdom is headling, if you havent seen them get ready to be blown away!!!!
along with the Flower of life Band and Hamsa Lila
this night will go down in history
we also have the sweet sounds of DJ Mycho Cocoa
visionary art by Cari Tompson and Luke Brown
guest speakers such as Mark Cummings and Chad Ashley Vandenburg- and steve Adler
All the best raw gourmet snacks and powerfull elexeirs that will keep you dancing all night
As well as GOLD RUSH colloidal Gold on Tap
and soo much more!!!!
doors open at six pm enjoy yoga with Racheal Breeze
Speakers at eight and music and performance dance ritual at nine
The word Is Seriously out soo get you pre-sale tickets
asap at for $15
or take your chance at the door for $20 $5 off if you present our hemp paper hand bill at the door
This is a all ages family event We look forward to playing with you.
Location is DanzHaus in San Francisco 1275 conneticut on the corner of army

# You are especially invited to a presentation on
"Ageless Living" and  PHYSICAL IMMORTALITY by Dr. Mony Vital Ph.D.
Sat Dec 3 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM at the
2872 Folsom Street
S.F., CA 94110
(between 24th & 25th Streets in the Mission District)

Please attend, listen & interact with Dr. Mony Vital Ph.D. Author of
Understanding our culture and its outcome (living in the Matrix prevents you from seeing its boundaries).
      Looking for other possibilities for life without limitation. Viewing the option for living as ageless being.
      Clearing out of the system old believes in death, death urges and wishes that we accumulated throughout life.
Questions and talk on "Living on Light" and Breatharianism.
      Experience Physical Immortality, Redefining Longevity and Well-Being, Unravel the culture of death; you are living within its boundaries.
Suggested Donation: $20 (No one turned away for lack of funds.)
For more information, call Ravin at 415-285-5537 (YSSF)
or email yssfyoga yahoo com ~ NAMASTE ~

# Pockets of Vast Space Sat Dec 3 7:00pm-12:00am FREE
"Pockets of Vast Space" is an exhibition that unites the work of
thirteen artists from the San Francisco Art Institute. Their
practices consider a range of issues exploring the body and its
representations, negotiations and activations of environments, and
natural elements and cycles. Woven together at the Red Ink Studios
Gallery, these innovative and thoughtful paintings, drawings, prints,
sculptural installations, photographs, and video works highlight and
draw connections between artistic, social, and psychological

The exhibition runs from December 3rd-18th with an opening reception
on Saturday, December 3rd (from 7-12) and a closing reception on
Sunday, December 18th. 20Space.jpg

Red Ink Studios 52 9th Street (Between Market and Mission Streets)
San Francisco 415-861-3402

# Sat, Dec 3, 2005      7:30 pm
A Question of Conscience: Martin Sheen & Fr. Roy Bourgeois
Newman Hall 2700 Dwight Way at College Ave. Berkeley

# A Nightmare Before Christmas Sat Dec 3 9:00 pm to 2:00 am
Cats Club, 1190 Folsom Street (Between 7th and 8th Streets)
$15 before 10:00 pm $20 after 10:00 pm
$25 Street Dress (without a costume or appropriate club wear)
2 Dance Floors with
DJs Mitch (Meat, Death Guild, Popp Roxx),
Slaveboy (Wicked City)
Netik (Meat, Death Guild)
Devon (Meat)
DJ Digital Sidhe (Diskotech Nekromantika)
The Glittery Diva (Apocalypstick, New Wave City, Flesh + Steel)
Goth, Industrial, Dark Wave,and Glam
Enjoy pre-holiday revelry in the spirit of Tim Burton's "A Nightmare Before Christmas", a gothic adventure and dance club with strolling performers and all the unusual spooky holiday trappings.
Street Performances in Halloween Town and Christmas Town by Jack and Crew
Sandy Claws Fire Elves
Holiday Shop with Sandy Claws at the Silent Auction Sleigh
Try your luck at the Raffle in Oogie's Lair
Tarot Readings with the Witches of Halloween Town
Ice Play Booth in Christmas Town
Biting Booth Fun by the Vampires of Halloween Town
Costume Contest judged by Sandy Claws and the Townfolk of Halloween
21+ with Valid ID All welcome
Holiday, Angelic, Gothic, Costumes and Club Attire
For more information about this event, please e-mail: info [at] or go to
Fundraiser for the Pagan Alliance, a non-profit organization, producers of the Pagan Festival and Parade to be held May 6, 2006 in Berkeley

# Sat, Dec 3, 2005 - Sat, Dec 17, 2005      10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Berkeley Farmers' Market 14th Annual Holiday Crafts Fair (An Ecology Center Benefit)
Martin Luther King, Jr. Civic Center Park
Center St. at Martin Luther King, Jr. Way (next to the Berkeley Farmers' Market) Berkeley

# saturday, december 3rd
perhaps you have had the pleasure to try the ancient
egyptian colloidal gold elixir
made by our local Gold Rush crew
join us for their launch evening with this gold flowing on tap
speakers, art, and sacred performance will be amongst the delights
i will be offering to the event 2 dance invocations:
-10:45 solo piece
-midnite witching hour Balinese mask dance with Liquid
Fire Mantra, including Forrest & Natalia
forrest and i will also be selling our goods which
will be a collection of my recent textile alchemy, and
his unique jewelry and shoes from magical balinese
artists looking forward to seeing you there!
in dance and inspiration, tenley
Danz Haus 1275 connecticut @ caesar chavez, sf
saturday, decmber 3 415 561 1414

Doors Open @ 6pm > 3am Featuring
Join us as we CELEBRATE the launch of a
This incredible event is a collaboration of open hearted
visionary artists committed to the healing of our current world!
STEVE ADLER - Love Without End
TIM BYBEE - Pacific Renewables
MARC KUMMINGS - Beyond Quantum Physics
6PM - YOGA w/ Rachael Breeze
Featuring Tenley, Natalia, Forrest and DJ Mycho Cocoa
GOLD RUSH COLLOIDAL GOLD available on tap...
ForYour Energy Body Activation Pleasure!!!
Natural High-Vibration Raw Food Treats and Herbal Elixirs
Organic Alchemy by Shakti Superfoods Living Food Creations
All Ages Event. Families Welcome.
$15 presale > : : $20 at the door.
DANZHAUS : . 1275 Connecticut on the corner of Army.
*Formerly known as the Gingerbread Warehouse*
For more Info Contact Event Hotline 415.561.1414

# Sat Dec 3 The Groove Garden 2398 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
Freaky Furry Fairfax-Marin Doors 7:30 $15

# Sat, Dec 3, 2005      7:30 pm
A Question of Conscience: Martin Sheen & Fr. Roy Bourgeois
Newman Hall 2700 Dwight Way at College Ave. Berkeley
In conversation about their lives, work & the legacy of Fr. Bill O’Donnell
With music by Francisco Herrera Benefit for the San Carlos Foundation
TICKETS $25 program, $25 reception, available from the San Carlos Foundation,
Black Oak Books in Berkeley, and the Newman Center
Eight years ago, San Carlos Foundation Co-Founders Fr. Bill O’Donnell and Actor Martin Sheen teamed up for the first of three popular public ‘Conversations.’ The School of the Americas (SOA), the US Government’s Torture Training Academy for Foreign Military Officers, was a prime focus of their conversation. It is fitting -- two weeks after the annual protest and a week shy of the 2nd anniversary of Fr. Bill’s death -- that SOA Watcch Founder Fr. Roy Bourgeois take Fr. Bill’s seat for this, the next conversation. For more information contact: Dr. Davida Coady, President
San Carlos Foundation 510-525-3787 Bill Joyce 510-482-1062

# FYI the US runs a school of torture at Ft. Benning, GA
Previously called School Of the Americas (SOA),
now called Western Hemispheric Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC).
Congress demanded SOA be closed down. So they simply renamed it.
SOA used to be in Panama, until Manuel Noriega said it had to go.
Noriega was an important drug smuggling ally for the CIA.
When he broke with the CIA because he was not happy about the US school of torture in Panama, his days were numbered.
Two other notable men who the CIA made alliances with:
Sadam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden.
The CIA makes allies of people it can use to torture and murder it's enemies.
The CIA was arming, training and using Osama Bin Laden to fight the USSR in Afghanistan.
Before Sept 11, 2001, the CIA was negotiating an oil pipeline through Afghanistan to be built by Haliburton, paid for by Enron, to supply Unocal 76. Those negotiations broke down. That was plan A.
Plan B was flying our own airplanes into our own buildings and blaming them.
SEE: Operation Northwoods (1962) Plan B has been on the table for 43 years.
Cheney, Perle, Wolfowitz, et al are part of Project for a new American Century (PNAC) who wrote: (5 years before 911)
Without a Pearl Harbor style invasion the American people will not accept
the empirical mobilization necessary to seize middle eastern oil.
CIA initiated Saddam Hussein by having him commit an assasination in Iraq to prove himself.
Once installed to power by CIA, Saddam did oversee the torture and execution of an entire generation Iraqis.
Every Iraqi student or activist who had political aspirations was killed by Saddam who was a CIA operative.

# Sat, Dec 3, 2005 - Sun, Dec 4, 2005      
9/11 Truth Festival and Strategy Conference
Veterans War Memorial Building, 2nd Floor
401 Van Ness Avenue (Right Behind City Hall, near Civic Center BART)
San Francisco

Please join us for two days of films, presentations, and strategic discussion about the progress and future of the 9-11 Truth Movement. Saturday will be an information sharing festival, and Sunday a day of strategy discussion. Free to the public. Free food and drink provided, but please bring anything that you want to share.

9/11 TRUTH FESTIVAL - Saturday, December 3rd, 1pm - 5pm++

Abdelmalik Ali - 9/11 and the War on Islam
Carol Brouillet - Overcoming Psychological Barriers around 9/11
Pat Gray - Running for Congress on an Anti-War Platform
Christian Pecaut - Why the Democrats/Greens/etc. Need to Expose 9/11
Frank Runninghorse - CIA Jihad
Ken Jenkins - Video Activism in the 9/11 Truth Movement

9/11 STRATEGY CONFERENCE - Sunday, December 4th
Brainstorming (gathering people's best ideas) 10am - 1pm
Strategy Discussion (creating the big picture) 1pm - 5pm++

After hearing presentations, viewing films, and discussing the day before, we will hold an organized planning session. We will work to gather a comprehensive set of problems we have faced, and then arrange these ideas on the wall in "The Big Picture." The process will then involve determining which of the strategies are most likely to succeed, and coming up with specific solutions for achieving short, medium, and long-term goals.
For more information contact:
Christian Pecaut
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance
workoutwellforall gmail com

# December 3rd/4th : UPCOMING! - 911 Strategy Festival, SF <>
(War Memorial Building, Sat [1pm - 5pm], Sun [10am - 5pm])
December 3rd-4th : 911 Strategy Festival

SATURDAY, December 3rd, Beginning at 1:00pm
2nd Floor Veteran's War Memorial Building, 401 Van Ness Ave.
(Room #'s TBA)

On Saturday, the first day of the Strategy Festival, we will be
showing two films and celebrating our community with light snacks and
refreshments .


Two Newly Edited Pieces of David Ray Griffin by Ken Jenkins

ourownprv@tebinladen - a sneak preview of a film that will
premiere outside the US, by an amazing woman, Samira Goetschel, that
includes her quest to understand what happened and why on September

She interviews Noam Chomsky, Jack Blum, Zbigniew Brzezinski,
Stansfield Turner, Milton Bearden, John Cooley, Paul Fitzgerald and
Elizabeth Gould... among others...

Bring whatever you wish to share with others..

911 - inside job. Demand investigation! - - - - - -

# Sat, Dec 3, 2005 - Sat, Feb 26, 2005      10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Nature Walks - See Spawning Salmon Marin County

# The Dick 'N Dubya Show: A Republican Outreach Cabaret
Sat/Sun Dec 3/4; 10/11; 17/18 7.00pm $15.00 - $22.00
The Marsh, a breeding ground for new performance, is pleased to
announce that due to overwhelming ticket demand, it will be extending
from December 3 through December 18, 2005. Dubya (Amos Glick) and
Dick (Ed Holmes) are on a mission: to infiltrate progressive
communities and convert every last liberal into a card-carrying
member of the Republican Party. A hilarious mix of political insight
& obfuscation presented in song and dance, the show is directed by
Bill Allard of Duck's Breath Mystery Theater.
The Marsh, Berkeley 2118 Allston Way near Shattuck Berkeley
diana themarsh org 1-800-838-3006 (for Tickets)

The fungus fair happens again this weekend [Dec 3-4th]
at the oakland museum. There will be talks and
exhibits on edible/medicinal/entheogenic types of
mushrooms. Check out for directions/speaker

Sun Dec 4

# 9/11 Strategy Conference Sunday, December 4th, 2005

10:00am - 1:00pm
Brainstorm -- Gathering people's best ideas..

1:00pm - 5:00pm, followed by informal gathering
Strategy Discussion -- Creating the Big Picture..

Veterans War Memorial Building, 2nd Floor, 401 Van Ness Ave., San
Francisco (Right across from City Hall, Near Civic Center BART)

On Sunday, after hearing presentations, watching some movies and
discussing the day before, we will hold an organized planning session.

First, we will work to gather a comprehensive set of strategies for the
911 Truth Movement, problems we have faced that we want to figure out,
and the best ideas that our participants have to succeed and overcome
these obstacles.

Second, these ideas will be typed, printed, and arranged on the wall in
The Big Picture. The process will involve determining which of the
strategies will best succeed, and coming up with solutions to the
problems our movement has faced, as well as deciding on our medium and
long term strategy for action.

How can we bring together the 911 Truth Movement and the Anti-War
Why is most of the anti-war movement still loyal to the 911 Lie?

How can we raise the visibility of the 911 issue by running for elected

How can the 911 Movement prevent delberate government misinformation
from dividing our movement and confusing the public?
How can we take advantage of the all-time high in public perception of
Bush administration lies and criminality?

Who do we need to focus our outreach on? Fellow activists still loyal
to the 911 Lie? Alternative Media? Mass Media? Youth? Democrats?
Which group is the most decisive one to fully expose 911?

What mistakes have we made in the past, and how do we not make them
Questions about the event? Call 415-573-5655. Email
workoutwellforall gmail com

# Belle Bizarre: An Orgy of Shopping!
a benefit for the Center for Sex and Culture and Exotic Dancers Education Project
Sunday December 4, 2005
Center for Sex and Culture at The Epicenter, 398 11th St. (near Harrison) San Francisco
Performers: Performances by Stalker Haller, with Raffle-A-Trix Annie Danger, Scarlot Harlot, Carol Queen, Dee Dee Russell, Twincest , Rahman, Burlesque artists Sadie Lune, Mint Julep and Lady Monster!!! plus lap dances by Natasha Sommers
Massage by Brian at
Art from Ruby Pearl, Jane Cassell, Robyn Few with SWOP T-Shirts, Scarlot Harlot's Whore Store, Dee Dee's Art and Blinkies, Vagina Lady's Vagina Art, Collage by Carol Queen, and your stuff!!!
Reserve your tables now! Sell your stuff!
10am-9PM 5PM until 9 Shop till you drop with DJs, party party....
Costs: Free admission until 5 PM.
After 5 PM, $10-$50, sliding scale (no one turned away for lack of funds) Buy tickets also at

# anti-choice counter demonstartaion organizing meeting Sun Dec 4 3:00 PM
Women's Building 3543 18th St. SF, CA
Well it looks like walk for life is going to be here for a second year in a row.
We need to out organize them. and Defend womens rights. If you're in SF show up.
The first meeting is Sunday, Dec 4th from 3-5pm at the Women's Building

# The next Indybay website meeting will be on Sunday, December 4th at 5:00pm at the La Peña Cultural Center ( ). It is located at 3105 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley CA 94705. The cross street is Woolsey. It is a block and a half from Ashby BART, but not quite in the direction you'd think (ask when you get out of the station). It's just a couple of blocks from Ashby, and it's like 3 miles up from the Ashby exit off of I80.

We will continue our discussion of our new regional pages and site redesign, and will likely also talk about things like fundraising, coverage, and outreach.

Before you come to the meeting (if you're new), please familiarize yourself with Indybay's Principles of Unity, Mission Statement, and history at (or by clicking on "About" from the top of any page on the site).

-Indybay's web collective
sfbay-web indymedia org

Post or read news at and reach a lot more people than by using your listservs

# Sun, Dec 4 5pm Danny Glover, Barbara Becnel and Kevin Epps host program and film screening of "Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story" Victoria Theatre 2961 16th St @ Mission San Francisco

# SFBC Winterfest Sun Dec 4 6-10:30 p.m.

Members: $5-$15; Non-members enter free by joining SFBC at the door

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition presents:

It's a Velo-Wonderland, with gear, games, art, music, food & drink,
and all your favorite SFBC friends and celebrities.

+ FIND great gear at fantastic prices!
+ WIN famous Winterfest deals on bikes, gear, dinners, cultural events,
and more at our huge live and silent auctions!
+ BUY amazing artwork from the Bay Area's hottest bike artists!
+ ENJOY an evening of celebration as we recap the year's successes!
+ SAMPLE food, beer and soda, music, and comic bike films -
all included in the cost of admission!

As always, bring your bike, because valet parking is free!

SFBC members enter on a sliding scale: $5 - $15 (Money for bike lanes!)
Join SFBC at the door and your admission is FREE.

MEMBERSHIP BONUSES INCLUDE: Discounts at dozens of SF bike shops and
businesses all year long * Subscription to our fabulous Tube Times
newsletter *
FREE RENTAL of our bike trailers and airplane bike box * Regular updates
on our advocacy efforts * Entrée to a group of great citizen cyclists!

SFBC: Promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation.

For more information, to donate, or to volunteer, please visit:

SomArts Cultural Center 934 Brannan at 8th St. San Francisco

lisaruth [at]

Mon Dec 5

# Important Hearing Monday, December 5th, 1PM City Hall SF Tree Legislation
The proposed Landmark Tree Legislation Does Not Protect Enough Trees!
 It is very important that the supervisors hear your concerns.
Please lend your support. Attend the tree legislation hearing
City Operations & Neighborhood Services Committee
Monday, December 5th, at 1pm, City Hall, room 263

You Don’t Need to Go to the Redwood Forests to See Clear Cutting
240 Trees At Hunter’s Point, San Francisco  October, 2005
Alert! Your Support Is Needed to Protect Our Trees!
The proposed landmark tree legislation does not protect enough trees
 It is very important that the supervisors hear your concerns.
Please lend your support.  Attend the tree legislation hearing
City Operations & Neighborhood Services Committee

Monday, December 5th, at 4pm, City Hall, room 263
(Time has been changed. No longer slated for 1pm)

Currently, only 100,000 street trees require a public process before removal, leaving 568,000 San Francisco street trees with no due process. Supervisor’s McGoldrick’s landmark tree legislation will protect only 300 additional trees a year. When private property is sold to real estate developers or when large development is planned on city land no trees are protected. 

Above, all large trees in 64.5 acres were clear cut at Hunter’s Point, many of landmark quality. The developer’s replacement is a 15 gallon tree, approximately 5 feet tall with a trunk diameter of two inches.  A canopy and grove of equal value will not be regained for another 30 to 40 years, if ever!
Supervisor McGoldrick’s tree legislation does not include a uniform policy for all City departments, including the Recreation & Park Department and SF Redevelopment Agency.

Out of all San Francisco’s trees only 12.9% have a trunk diameter of 16 inches or more. Over 50% of SF’s larger, mature trees have been cut down and replaced with newly planted small trees.   These trees currently have a trunk diameter of only 3 to 6 inches!  It will take many years before these saplings will protect our environmental health or contribute to the beauty of a mature urban forest.
 If you cannot attend please tell a friend, write, fax or call
Chair McGoldrick, Supervisor Bevan Dufty & Fiona Ma
Supervisors                   Phone         Fax                  e-mail
Jake McGoldrick, Chair  554-7410     554-7415        jake.mcgoldrick [at]
Bevan Dufty                        554-6968       554-6909          bevan.dufty [at]
Fiona Ma                       554-7460     554-7432 [at]
Send letters to: Board of Supervisors, City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244, San Francisco, Ca 94102-4689
Carolyn Blair, Executive Director, The San Francisco Tree Council, Inc.
Email: Carolyn sftreecouncil org, Phone: 415-982-8793

The San Francisco Tree Council, Inc.

November 23, 2005

Supervisor Jake McGoldrick
San Francisco Board of Supervisors
1 Dr. Carlton Goodlett Place, Room 244
San Francisco, CA 94102-4689

Re: Tree Protection Legislation

Dear Supervisor McGoldrick,
I write today because I am really upset by the loss of 240 large trees, several of “Landmark” quality, at Hunters Point housing development.
At a meeting with Nicole Franklin, Project Manager and Paul Menaker, Vice-President of Lennar Construction, we were assured that some of the replacement trees would be of "equal value" to compensate for what I consider a devastating loss of trees in the City.
The replacement trees mentioned in the "conceptual" plan are 15 gallon size trees. I asked about whether varied species, size and age trees would be planted. I was told that a yet to be produced working plan would specify that. At this point, my only hope is Lennar will plant a few larger trees in order to assure a greater profit selling homes.
A similar development is now proposed for Treasure Island, and I am very concerned that an arborist, paid to write a “conceptual” report (like in Hunters Point), will conclude that all the large trees are in poor health and will require removal.
San Francisco desperately needs your Tree Legislation to protect what few large trees we have left, especially in large new development plans.  According to the USDA Forest Service report, only 12.9% of the City’s 668,000 trees have a trunk diameter of 16" or more. Without a uniform policy the public and within city departments are not informed about proposed tree removals. Each year, San Francisco falls behind other large cities in the beauty of its urban forest.
SF trees do not need protection from residents who want to continue living in their homes and love their trees, but when a property is sold, to be replaced by buildings of several units, developers usually remove trees. 
I am very grateful for your support in protecting our urban forest and hope that you will continue working to protect our dwindling resource of large trees.

Carolyn Blair
Executive Director
Carolyn SFTreeCouncil org
Working Together To Preserve & Protect Our Community Urban Forest,
For  Nourishment for the Soul, Consolation for the Heart
And  Inspiration for the Mind

# Mon, Dec 5, 7 pm Tom Hayden signing and reading
New College 777 Valencia St @ 19th St. San Francisco

# Art & Politics: Matt Gonzalez in conversation w/ Tony Hall Dec 5 7-9pm free
Matt Gonzalez in conversation with Tony Hall, the former Executive
Director of the Treasure Island Development Authority and former
member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Bazaar Cafe
5927 California St. (btwn. 21st & 22nd)

Tue Dec 6

# December 6 National Day of Counter-Recruitment Action (New Orleans)
Join CINDY SHEEHAN, HOWARD ZINN, DAHR JAMAIL, war resisters PABLO PAREDES and CAMILO MEJIA, Progressive Democrats of America director TIM CARPENTER, Iraq Vets Against the War & Campus Antiwar Network member DAVID AIRHART, and many more in supporting this day of counter-recruitment action on December 6! (Full endorsement list below.)
December 6, 2005 Campus Antiwar Network

# TUESDAY 12/06
The FIRST TUESDAY is always FREE DAY at the following SF MUSEUMS:
California Legion of Honor art museum (34th Av in Lincoln Park; 415-
863-3330; 930am-5pm; free EVERY Tuesday, in
fact), New Asian Art Museum (200 larkin at The Civic Center; 415-379-
8800; 10am-5pm), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (701 Mission @ 3rd;
415-978-ARTS; 11am-6pm), SF Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA...151 3rd
St; 151 3rd St; 415-357-4000; 11am-6pm), and the Jewish Museum (121

# Tue Dec 6 7pm Foster Farms Cruelty Leafleting - El Cerrito
Safeway, 10636 San Pablo Ave (at Moeser), El Cerrito
Info: Outside of Safeway, one of Foster Farms' top suppliers, join EBAA
as its exposes Foster's inhumane treatment of animals. Visit for more information.

Wed Dec 7

# Wed Dec 7 Global Warming Action - Short Alert

The Bay Area Says Stop Global Warming NOW!!! 1pm, Wednesday, December 7, 2005, SF City Hall Steps (Polk & Grove). Bay Area environmental and social justice groups, San Francisco Supervisors Ross Mirkarimi and Tom Ammiano, concerned residents, and a GROVE of GIANT CALIFORNIA REDWOOD TREES join in spirit 10,000 delegates from 189 countries, THOUSANDS of activists in the streets of Montreal, and hundreds of solidarity actions around the globe to say NO TO GLOBAL WARMING and what we can do about it!! As the first UN Climate Summit since KYOTO unfolds in Montreal (Nov 28--Dec 9), Global Exchange, Rainforest Action Network, and many others, invite you to a PRESS CONFERENCE and SHORT MARCH from San Francisco City Hall to the Federal Building to demonstrate broad support for immediate implementation of local, state, and federal policies that stop global warming, fast becoming the overarching issue facing the planet today! For more information, to volunteer, or to endorse, please contact chalicenew earthlink net 415-731-7924.

To automatically send a fax to the President and sign the People\'s Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol, go to

To support the Community Choice Energy Plan that will make San Francisco THE WORLD LEADER in renewable energy and expedite the shutdown of SF\'s dirty power plants, go to

from another source:

Delegation to Mayor's Office; Short March to Federal Building;
Delegation to House Minority Leader's Office. Please don't
worry about not being a direct constituent of either of these
politicians -- Newsom has aspirations to higher office ...

=v= According to this
Global Exchange action has been described as entailing "an
after teach-in with representatives from the San Fran and
Oakland mayoral offices."

=v= I am concerned that this even *not* be yet another feel-good
eco-photo-op for Newsom & Co. A few months back, Newsom signed
some sort of green cities pledge on World Environment Day, and
got excellent press for it nationwide.

=v= Shortly after that, he cut back Muni service AND raised its
fares AND devoted more money to extend police state tactics to
the Muni system. I shouldn't have to spell this out, but that
is the opposite of a green cities approach, as it discourages
people from using public transit and encourages them to drive
cars, pollute the air, waste gas, and fund oil wars.

=v= No more feel-good "oh isn't this green" photo ops.

# Wed Dec 7 FIRST WEDNESDAY is always FREE DAY at the following SF MUSEUMS:
Exploratorium (kids' hands- on science ...3601 Lyon), Mexican Museum ( ...Fort
Mason Bldng, D Marina @ Laguna), Museo Italiano Americano (I ...Fort Mason Bldng C)
, Cro SF Museum of Craft & Folk Art ( ...Fort Mason Bldng A), and the fabulous SFZoo
(Look for RJ at Gorilla World...Sloat @ 45th)!

# Sleepwalking to the End of the World?
The Ecological Landslides of Climate Change and their Causes - From Fossil Fuel Burning to Environmental Injustice
Wednesday, December 7th, 7pm - 9 pm
New College Cultural Center, 766 Valencia Street, San Francisco
Scientist finally confirm that we may have only 10 years to turn things around. Let's talk about how, who and why.  The talks include a slide show of recent facts on the ground including research on melting polar ice caps, hurricanes, ocean acidification, and changes in the Gulf Stream.
Maurice Campbell - Sits on the steering committee of ANSWER Coalition, Bi weekly radio KPOO host of Connecting the Dots, Sits on San Francisco CCA Community Choice Aggregation Committee on how energy will be purchased in the future incorporating Wind and Solar from ESP's Electric Service Providers, and various Environmental Justice organizations and committees.
Maria Gilardin - Producer of the weekly radio program Time of Useful Consciousness. Has done environmental writing and reporting since 1992. Recently produced a 6-part radio series on Climate Change and wrote: Apocalypse Now? How Mankind is Sleepwalking to the End of the World, posted on TUC Radio's web site . Maria is building a straw bale house with solar electric.
The event is FREE, donations to Maurice's work in Hunters Point or Maria's TUC Radio are welcome.
Wheelchair accessible 415-437-3425.Jon Garfield, Director
Center for Education and Social Action
New College of California
(425) 437-3425; jon newcollege edu  

# 12/7: Global Warming: What We Know and What's Being Done About It (palo alto)

Raise Your Energy IQ! Join us for another forum in the Energy Series.

Renowned climatologist Dr. Ben Santer will talk about the evidence that has led to the identification of a human influence on global climate and some of the policies we have, or should have, to combat it. Recipient of the MacArthur "genius" Fellowship, Dr. Santer is a leading figure in this field.

Date: Wed., Dec. 7: 7pm to 9 pm
Cost: $5 Acterra members, $10 non-members
Location: Acterra, Raptor Suite
3921 E. Bayshore Rd.
Palo Alto, CA 94303

For more info contact Yuliya Shmidt, library acterra org, 650 962-9876 x.306

Thu Dec 8

# The Heydey of Natural History Thu Dec 8 7:30-9 pm Free.

Never has the status of science been held in higher esteem and the
public taken a bigger interest in natural history than during the
mid-19th century in America and Britain. This was a time of great
voyages of discovery, when fabulous fossil beasts were first
unearthed and put on public display. Most of today's renowned science
museums, including the California Academy of Sciences, were
established amid this enchantment with natural history. No middle-
class home was thought complete without a display of butterfly
collections or stuffed birds. John Dillon, Science Director at the
Randall Museum and President of the San Francisco Amateur
Astronomers, will explore the nature and extent of this fervor and
how Charles Darwin's Origin of Species influenced it. San Francisco
Naturalist Society general meeting. For more information, contact
Patrick at (415) 225-3830 or jkodiak [at] Free.

Randall Museum 199 Museum Way SF (415) 554-9600 Southeast of Haight / Buena Vista park
jkodiak earthlink net (415) 225-3830

# Thu, Dec 8, 2005 - Fri, Dec 9, 2005      
Global Youth Media & Arts Festival
SOMArts 934 Brannan St.@ 8th San Francisco

Fri Dec 9

# Fri Dec 9 6pm Foster Farms Cruelty Leafleting - Oakland
Safeway, 5130 Broadway, Oakland
Info: Outside of Safeway, one of Foster Farms' top suppliers, join EBAA
as its exposes Foster's inhumane treatment of animals. Visit for more information.

Sat Dec 10

# Eco-civic-exercise opportunity in Golden Gate Park 12/10 Saturday
Here is an opportunity to be out of doors healing the planet in Golden
Gate Park.

Join us on Saturday December 10th as a group of us tend the
Rhododendron Dell in Golden Gate Park. We will meet up with Steve
Cismowski the park's area supervisor and help garden in the Rhody Dell.

Great cause, great companionship, good exercise in the tame outdoors.

Please email lwisch pacbell net or call me 415-647-8216 for details.
Your friends and children are welcome to help us tend this treasured
commons Golden Gate Park.

All tools and gloves will be provided. Just dress comforably for the
weather. We meet at 10am and work til 12:30 or 1pm.

The Dell is on Kennedy Drive just east of the new DeYoung tower on the
same side of Kennedy Drive as the DeYoung. There is a statue in the
middle of the dell of Rhododendrons.
Bring your entire family and have a fun time in the park.
Hope to see you there. Larry W

# Meet the Dyke March Sat Dec 10 2:00pm-4:00 pm FREE

GLBT Historical Society Sponsors Celebration of
San Francisco Dyke March History on Dec. 10

Meet the Dyke March, an afternoon of performance, videos,
dialogue and celebration, is set for Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, from 2
to 4
p.m. at the GLBT Historical Society, 657 Mission St., 3rd Floor, San
Francisco. The event is taking place in conjunction with an exhibit
at the
Historical Society of photographs by Cathy Cade and Jane Philomen
Cleland documenting the 12-year history of the Dyke March, a dynamic
gathering that brings together tens of thousands of women each June
to march through the streets of San Francisco the evening before the
annual LGBT Pride Parade.

"Meet the Dyke March" festivities will honor San Francisco Dyke March
cofounders Lisa Roth and Leslie Mullin. The afternoon will feature a
presentation by Cade and Cleland; a revue of performance artists,
musicians and drag kings drawn from the Dyke March committee;
reminiscences of Dyke March history; and an opportunity for members
of the community to give feedback to the organizers of the 2006 Dyke
March. In addition, the Historical Society galleries will be open for
viewing. Light refreshments will be provided. The event is open to
the public; admission is free, but donations to support the GLBT
Historical Society are encouraged.

Marking its 20th anniversary this year, the GLBT Historical Society is an
internationally renowned museum, archives and research center devoted to
increasing public understanding, appreciation and affirmation of the history
and culture of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and other sexual minority
individuals and communities.

GLBT Historical Society
657 Mission St., 3rd Floor
San Francisco

The Historical Society is located on Mission St., between 3rd and New
Montgomery. The closest BART/MUNI stop is Montgomery. The #14 bus
will also take you there. There is plenty of (paid) parking at the
Mission Garage, 5th and Mission.

info glbthistory org 415-777-5455

# Marin Raw Food Potluck Sat Dec 10, 6 to 9 pm.
Our speaker will be: Jon Cotton
Topic: Cleansing and the Acid/Alkaline pH balance
Jon Cotton is a natural nutritionist, health expert, teacher and inspirational speaker.  He has studied health & nutrition extensively and has modeled what he's learned in his own life.  He also integrates an energetic understanding of the body from 15 years as a teacher of meditation & intuition.

Jon is the CEO of and has healed himself from a lifetime of chronic fatigue with the information he shares.  He has helped over 12,000 people go through his health programs with amazing results.

He transitioned from a total meat, dairy and sugar based junk food diet (the standard American diet) to
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