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Wednesday Jan 23
7:30PM Reel Bad Arabs
Thursday Jan 24
8:30AM CodePINK Yoga for Peace at the Station
9:30AM Give Court Support to Die-In Participants to End...
12PM Supervisors to Go on Record Against Sutter’s...
12PM MECA: Cost of War Iraq Children Action at the...

4PM Justice 4 Gary King Jr. Protest
6:30PM Aimee Allison on Counterrecruitment
Friday Jan 25
12PM Support Gi Resisters In Canada!
12PM Vigil in Solidarity with Palestinian and Israeli...
12PM "Publicizing Truths with Consequence" Independent...
More Events...

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Jan 24,31 SF Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) Training Program

Ask the Doctors: Sex toys 101 and fantasy play FREE! Thur Jan 24 6:30-7:30pm

Fri Jan 25 6pm Justin Herman Plaza (Market @ Embarcadero) Last Friday every month.
Bring Bike, Lights, Helmet, warm costume! Exchange fliers/ info/ ideas/ tech before the ride.

Fri Jan 25 RIDE!~ PARTY @ CELLSPACE 2050 Bryant after Critical Mass. $5

Sat Jan 26 Yoga Tai Chi Collective Returns - CellSpace 2050 Bryant Street @ 18th/ 19th st. in SF

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No Pants 2k8

Brasscheck TV: The sinking ship

The next time you want to spend $20 on pure joy, go to The Great Wall Hardware Store on Taraval at 30-ish.
Get the solar-powered rainbow maker. Hang on sunny window. Watch the rainbows with your cats and relax.

Scientific Study Finds Fluoride Horror Stories Factual

I watched this film and challange anyone to disprove the statements of the author.
Bush is dealing directly from a position of Nazism.

Paypal Freezes New Hampshire Recount Funds
Deadline missed as Granny Warriors' account is locked down
Paypal has frozen the fundraising account of the Granny Warriors, a Ron Paul supporters group who had been pushing for a recount in New Hampshire, causing a 3pm Tuesday deadline to be missed and the application rejected for lack of payment.

Part 2 of the H.R. 1955 Thought Crime Story


Ohhhhh! game show for New Jersey men

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And now, news for CATS:
aily newsletter from Dr. Jon at which often has helpful info.
SFGate: Cat Stowaway Makes It Home Again [ tail of a survivor ]

Wed Jan 23 Clothing Swap 2007-01-23 12:00 PM
New College of California- Cultural Center 777 Valencia, or 776
All Ages, Sizes, Gender Identities are Welcome
noon-3pm Be good. Be green. Be glam!
Clothing Swaps bring us together to recycle, relax, refresh our wardrobe and relish 'new-to-you' items while raising awareness and helping our community. Reinvent your stylish self and SWAP the fun, fashionable, philanthropic and eco-friendly way.

Thur Jan 24

Thur Jan 24 The Abundance League 1168 Folsom, #304, SF 867.0429
6:00 - 6:30 - Mingle 6:30 - 7:15 - Member announcements
7:15 - 7:30 - Break, nosh, mingle, exchange support
7:30 - 8:30 - Presentation & discussion
8:30 - 10:00 Nosh, mingle, exchange support, clean up. Learn more about our meetings here: abundance-league-meetings.html

Jan 24,31 SF Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT) Training Program
Tenderloin Two Day Intensive!
Begins January 24, Thursdays 8:30am-5:30pm January 24 and 31
Ambassador Hotel 55 Mason Street/Eddy Street ID Required

Photography Show Bohemian Studio Cathy Gamlen's Photography Show at
The San Francisco Design Guild Gallery Artist Reception 6-9 P.M. January 24th
Design Guild SF 427 Bryant

Ask the Doctors: Sex toys 101 and fantasy play FREE! Thur Jan 24 6:30-7:30pm
Thursday, January 24th: Ask the Doctors: Sex toys 101 and fantasy play
Let Dr. Carol Queen and Dr. Robert Lawrence enlighten and inspire you in the you playground of good vibrations, and all the fun you can have with just a little imagination.
Good Vibrations 1620 Polk St @ Sacramento SF, CA

Fri Jan 25

Fri Jan 25 6pm Justin Herman Plaza (Market @ Embarcadero) Last Friday every month.
Bring Bike, Lights, Helmet, warm costume! Exchange fliers/ info/ ideas/ tech before the ride.

Fri Jan 25 RIDE!~ PARTY @ CELLSPACE 2050 Bryant after Critical Mass. $5

The Edwardian World's Faire Jan 25+26 at Great American Music Hall 859 O'Farrel @ Polk
Sunday Gorey Sunday Jan 27 at Great American Music Hall

Happy Feet and CELLspace Present RIDE!
a Critical Mass afterevent benefitting CELLspace
January 25, 2008 after Critical Mass to 2am
$5 or more (100% to CELLspace, no one turned away)
2050 Bryant St. b/t 18th and 19th Sts.
CELLspace needs a bit of velo-lovin', so please pedal on over for a night of spectacular fun and two-wheeled doin's...
:::::: With ::::::::
Bring Your Laser
(featuring members of Hamsa Lila, Aphrodesia and Gamelan X) Electroacoustic / Breakcore / Ambient
Anderson Congress Indie / Country / Psychedelic
the Rabbles Psychedelic / Rock
::::::: DJ sets by :::::::::: Trip Trap David Satori
::::::: Also :::::::::: Video Mixing by VJ Jimbot
Bike videos from Chris Carlsson
Bike graffiti slide show
Pedal-powered, participatory displays
DIY bike stations (art, repair, info... you bring it, we'll make space for it!)
Other random surprises
:::::::: More Info :::::::
RIDE!: 5:30 at Justin Herman Plaza, b/t Embarcadero BART and the Ferry Building.
Bring Your Laser:
Trip Trap:
January 25, 08:00 PM - 02:00 AM Cost: $5
CELLspace 2050 Bryant St. SF, CA 94110 between 18th / 19th Streets.

Sat Jan 26

GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION JANUARY 26, 2008 Register your action at:
The Peoples Movement Assembly of the US Social Forum invites you to join the people of the world for a GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION

Civil Rights Panel and Community Speak-Out FREE Open to public
Jan 26 12pm to 2pm 1730 Oregon Street (below MLK Jr. Way) Berkeley
Co-Sponsored by Copwatch & Disabled People Outside Project
As the Berkeley City Council prepares to consider a controversial report on "Evidence Theft Issues within the Berkeley Police Department", community activists are organizing a public forum to increase awareness about the reports findings. The Berkeley City Council is scheduled to vote on the report at their meeting on January 29th. If adopted, the report would require many corrective actions, including disclosure (after two years of stalling) of how much drugs were actually stolen in the 2006 drug scandal and other measures to prevent such theft in the future.
Although Chief Hambleton has said that he believes that it would be too costly to determine how much drug evidence was stolen, some activists believe it is crucial information that could indicate whether other cops were involved.
Concerned about an overall shift in the political climate of Berkeley that includes repeated violations of the Public Records Act, discriminatory laws and enforcement against youth of color and homeless people, and the crippling of the city’s Police Review Commission, activists are joining forces to demand that Berkeley City government restore the city’s reputation for defending civil rights and open government. Speakers Include:
Kris Worthington, Berkeley City Council member
Osha Neumann, Attorney and former Police Review Commissioner
Melvin Dixon, Commemoration Committee for the Black Panther Party
Andrea Prichett, Copwatch, Subcommittee on Evidence Theft Issues
Mike Diehl, Activist and advocate for homeless rights
James Chanin, Attorney, former Police Review Commissioner

Sat. January 26th 1:30 - 4:30PM
at City Dance in SanFrancisco
Studio C.
-We are looking for a DJ/soundtech, UP TO TWO WOMEN AND TWO MEN to join our band of rowdy blissmakers. AHO!!
-If you want to audition, read through this email, see if you meet the prerequisites and then email the captain of the squad, Epiffany,
redgingersnap at for an audition form which you will need to bring to the audition.
-We rehearse on Thursday nights in SF from 8:30 - 10:30 regularly so you need to be able to commit to that as well as be flexible for more rehearsal times previous to performances.
-We will most likely have a jam packed summer line up and probably start rockin it in spring so you will need to have availablity to perform or travel, often on the weekends.
-Only serious applicants at this time. If you would like to come and play with us but can't commit to performance obligations, come to one of our upcoming Shamanic Cheerleader Workshops in SF this spring! Let us know you are interested and we'll put you on the list.
Our Mission Statement:
The Shamanic Cheerleaders are a performance group dedicated to bringing spirit wherever we go. Our intention is to deliver a powerful message of all-inclusive consciousness, through levity and playfulness, synergizing large groups into joyous action. We aim to blur the lines between the conscious/eco-friendly community and mainstream society through the familiar medium of cheerleading and pop culture. We perform at festivals, concerts, conventions, expos, fundraisers, private parties and paradigm shifts, as well as collaborate with other artists and musicians for a rockin' good time. Our resources include dance, rhythmic step routines, affirmational cheers, cheer-tahn (call and response), improvisation and shamani-quasi healings. All current members of the Cheerleaders work in the healing arts, and have a particular gift for inspiring others in a unique way. Our high-energy performances are one-of-a-kind, individually tailored to suit the particular crowd and event theme.
Audition Prerequisites for both Men and Women (the bare minimums):
*Sense of Humor
*Can Do Attitude!
*Dance or cheerleading training and/or performance background
*Ability to vocalize
*Light acrobatic skills.
*In strong physical and cardiovascular condition
*Good Communication skills
Bonus Skills! (not required but awesome)
*Choreography creation
*Wordsmithing ]
What you will experience in this 3-hour Audition:
� Empowered vocal expression
� Learning cheers, segments of dances and step routines
� Embodied joyful spiritual expression
� Creating pyramids
� Laughing A LOT!
If you would like to forward this to an awesome woman or man who you think would like to audition, please feel free.
Again, coming in the spring, we are going to do a Shamanic Cheerleader workshop in SF!! So it's a great option for you if you are not able to commit to performance obligations but want to come and play with us. Let us know and we will keep you on the list for a workshop!
-- Wage Wow Now! __._,_.___

Sat Jan 26 8p-2a Edwardian Ball Great American Music Hall 859 O'Farrell St. SF, CA 94109

Sat Jan 26 Yoga Tai Chi Collective Returns - CellSpace 2050 Bryant Street @ 18th/ 19th st. in SF
The Yoga Tai Chi Collective Returns after a 3 year hiatus!!!! Please come rebirth the magic…
enchanted evening full of movement, music and dance as we celebrate and support the rebirth of
Cell Space
8:30 pm Doors Open
9 pm Yoga with yogini Diana
10 pm Tai Chi with Patrick King
11 pm Beats Kick In!
Special guest singing live: AMAE (from Los Angeles)
Visual Support by JacobEye Tasty Treats will be available
CellSpace 2050 Bryant Street @ 18th/ 19th st. in SF $15 Please join us!
mysticfamilycircus @ - email
Check the majestical details at

Yoga Tai Chi CELLspace Benefit
Please Join us for an Enchanted Evening full of movement, music and dance as we celebrate and support the rebirth of CELLspace.
Sat Jan 26, doors open 8:30: $15 at the door!
9pm: YOGA w/ yogini Diana
10pm TAI CHI w/ Patrick King
11pm: BEATS kick in!!!-->>
with djs:
and special guest: AMAE
visual support by: JACOB EYE
January 26, 8:30 PM - 03:00 AM $15
CELLspace 2050 Bryant St. SF, CA 94110

Sun Jan 27

from maya hegre: Starting a SF Wisdom Council
Jim Rough will be in town discussing a National Wisdom Council the third week of January. It is a perfect opportunity to start the conversation about a San Francisco Wisdom Council. It will be on Sunday January 27th from 1-5pm. Location at Sophia Healing Center 776 Haight at Scott.

Wed Jan 30 7pm Tuolumne River Presentation (Palo Alto)
Please join Peter Drekmeier, Tuolumne River Trust's Bay Area Program Director, for a presentation in Palo Alto on the Tuolumne River and our efforts to protect it:
Tuolumne to the Tap January 30 (Wednesday), 7pm
Located at Acterra, 3921 E. Bayshore Rd., Palo Alto
About the Tuolumne
From its headwaters high in the mountains of Yosemite National Park, the Tuolumne River cascades 162 miles west before joining the San Joaquin River and flowing north into the San Francisco Bay-Delta. Designated a “Wild and Scenic River” in 1984, the Tuolumne offers unparalleled outdoor recreation opportunities, hosting thousands of hikers, whitewater boaters, anglers and family campers each year.
The Tuolumne River is now under threat. Despite dramatic declines in Chinook salmon and steelhead trout, The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has proposed diverting an additional 25 million gallons of water per day from the River (enough to fill 1,000 swimming pools every day). With more than half of the Tuolumne already diverted for urban and agricultural uses, it’s time to focus major attention on water conservation, efficiency and recycling.

Jan 30-31 Focus the Nation Climate Change Conference SFSU 1600 Holloway

Thu, Jan 31 5:30-7:30 PM Free-Public Green Business Workshop
Pacific Energy Center 851 Howard St (between 4th and 5th) SF CA 94103

Thu Jan 31 6:45pm Molly Ivins One Year Memorial and Blogfest at Grace Cathedral
The "Raise Hell for Molly Ivins" campaign to End the War in Iraq is hosting a Memorial and Blogfest on Thursday, January 31, 2008 to honor the legacy of this courageous journalist who never wavered in "speaking truth to power" and was revered by hundreds of thousands of readers until her passing one year ago.
Molly Ivins Memorial and Blogfest 6:45-9:30 pm Grace Cathedral 1100 California St. SF
AT THE EVENT for this very special evening with emcee Charlotte McCann, Publisher of the Texas Observer (where Molly Ivins served as Co-Editor) and featuring an Interfaith Ceremony, a Labyrinth Walk for Peace led by Jeff Heaton, founder of the Lafayette Crosses), speakers including Nadia McCaffrey, founder of Veterans Village, Michael Blecker of Swords to Ploughshares, and many others who knew Molly and are engaged in actions inspired by her words (including some surprise appearances by well known personalities). Additionally, the event will feature the winner of "The Ballad of Molly Ivins" Songwriting Contest (with judges Country Joe MacDonald, Utah Phillips and Ronny Gilbert from the Weavers), musical entertainment from harpist Diana Stork and the country western J.C. Flyer Band, a video retrospective of Molly Ivins' life, poetry reading by Viet Nam veteran Shepard Bliss and a memorial "Molly Ivins Pledge" by the event's participants to carry on Molly's work to end the War in Iraq,
ONLINE at where the entire event will be streamed live, and will also feature a blog campaign with live blogging from the event with photos, and blog entries from hundreds of writers across America (and the world) as we Raise Hell for Molly in the Blogosphere and recognize the example Molly Ivins set for journalists and media professionals to counter the onslaught of political and commercial propaganda through the mass media – with straightforward, truthful reporting. $10 no one turned away for lack of funds
http:/, and at the door starting at 6:15 PM.

Celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade and Kick Off the 2008 Elections
Palace of Fine Arts Theatre 3301 Lyon Street, San Francisco, CA 94123
Doors open at 7:30 PM, Program begins at 8:00 PM
BUY TICKETS: or 415.392.4400
Single Ticket Prices: Primary Admission $135 ($110 tax-deductible)
Upper "ROE" Seats $35 ($10 tax-deductible)*
*Tickets at this price are limited. Buy yours here.
SPONSORSHIPS: or 415.202.7280

Feb 2008

deadline for submitting proposals for art grants from the Burning Man organization is Feb 1.
If you're creating art and a grant would help, you may want to check it out... see

Center for Sex and Culture 1519 Mission @ 11th $25

Thu, Feb 7 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM An Evening with Lester Brown
Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization
First Congregational Church of Berkeley (wheelchair accessible)
2345 Channing Way (entrance near corner of Durant Ave and Dana Ct) Berkeley

Raindance Chinese New Year Fri Feb 8 10PM 1015 Folsom tickets avail online Distractions - 1552 Haight St 415.252.8751
Meta Music - 320 Cedar St. in Santa Cruz -

Feb 9, 2008, Marin Mushroom Mania. Marin Art and Garden Center. Details forthcoming. Mycological Society of SF. Mushrooms, fungus, nutrition, gardening.

Eternal Spring 2008 Feb 9 2008 at SOMARTS Gallery 6p beware myspace censors

Sun, Feb 10, 1-3PM The History of LIfe on Earth Humanist Hall 390 27th St.
midtown Oakland, between Telegraph and Broadway, below Pill Hill

The Science of Global Warming, the Nobel Peace Prize and Prospects for Needed Policy Changes
Tuesday, February 12, 2008 - 6 - 7:30 p.m. SRI Menlo Park DO NOT PARK at MAIN 333 Entrance
Middlefield Road at Ringwood - Dining Room in the International Building. FREE and open to public

Beer and Chocolate Festival Fri Feb 15 8PM Cathedral Hill Hotel 1101 Van Ness Ave, SF, CA 94109 to learn more about chocolate

Feb 20 Full Moon!

February 21, Thursday, 7:30-9:00PM — Free Program
Panama Pacific International Exposition of 1915 with Nancy DeStefanis
Lecture/Slideshow and musical performances on ukelele
Learn about the Panama Pacific International Exposition of 1915 in San Francisco’s Marina District.
Only the Palace of Fine Arts remains, and it is now undergoing renovation.
The Hawaii Pavilion at the 1915 Exposition introduced the ukulele and the music of Hawaii to the world.
Ka’ala Carmack, Honolulu-born, is an accomplished musician and singer. He is the founder and instructor of the ukulele and Hawaiian singing ensemble J-Town Hui, and will perform songs with many of his students.
If the audience had been able to squeeze into the Hawaii Pavilion 92 years ago, this is the music they might have heard!
Randall Science Museum, 199 Museum Way, Corona Heights, San Francisco

Thu, Feb 28, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Paul Hawken in conversation with Kevin Danaher The Green Movement: Hope for the Future of the Earth
First Cong Church 2345 Channing Way (at Dana Ct) Berkeley

Fri Feb 29 6pm Justin Herman Plaza (Market @ Embarcadero) Last Friday every month.
Bring Bike, Lights, Helmet, warm costume! Exchange fliers/ info/ ideas/ tech before the ride.

Mar 2008

Huge Direct Action for March 19 fifth anniversary of the war is rapidly approaching

3.20 big direct action for the Fifth Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq!
March 20 will mark FIVE YEARS of insane slaughter, devastation and profiteering in Iraq.

Mar 21 Full Moon!

Fri Mar 28 6pm Justin Herman Plaza (Market @ Embarcadero) Last Friday every month.
Bring Bike, Lights, Helmet, warm costume! Exchange fliers/ info/ ideas/ tech before the ride.

Apr 2008

4.12 That awesome space related party is happening again! Yuri's Night will be on
Saturday April 12 2008. The not-yet-built website is at e-mail list
held in and outside of a large hangar at NASA/AMES and
there will be plenty of room for the Orbs to roam.
SWARM, A Large Scale Kinetic Art Project

4/13/2008 Team Vegan ONLINE and train for the Santa Cruz Half Marathon or 10K.
This money goes directly to Vegan Outreach. Team Vegan Program Overview and Online Registration

Apr 20 Full Moon!

Fri Apr 25 6pm Justin Herman Plaza (Market @ Embarcadero) Last Friday every month.
Bring Bike, Lights, Helmet, warm costume! Exchange fliers/ info/ ideas/ tech before the ride.

Sat Apr 26 See last years

May 2008

Bare to Breakers: Third Sunday in May

May 19 Full Moon!

Lightning In a Bottle 2008: Memorial Day Weekend May 23, 24, 25, & 26 in beautiful rolling Oak foothills NorthWest of Santa Barbara

June 2008

June 18 Full Moon!

SAVE THE DATE for The Big One!!!!!! June 20,21 & 22
“I am the Lorax, I speak for the trees. I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues…”
Save the Date I say, I do, I do, June twenty, twenty one and twenty two.
The Big One is Coming and coming it will.
“A Village of Solutions” we will discuss our pollutions and rebuild our constitutions.
So save the date I say…there is nothing to pay.
You see it is free for you and me and even a truffula tree.
The Big One is Coming Convergence
June 20, 21 & 22, 2008
Speedway Meadow, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California tjacobs at stuartfoundation dot org

July 18 Full Moon!

Aug 2008

Aug 16 Full Moon!

)'( Aug 25 - Sep 1 2008 see for costume ideas. Tix on Sale Jan 16 )'(

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


Every 1st Wednesday: FREE! 3601 Lyon between Lombard and Crissy Field.

# 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.

Wed-Fri 10am-5pm, 1st Fri open 'til 9pm, Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 12-6pm;
1000 Oak St; 510-238-2200; South end of Lake Merrit.

I also have a nutrition / food list! email nutrition at planttrees dot org if you'd like to be on. once a month.
I also have an activism list that comes out 6 times a day if you want all the news.

eat more rainbows (go raw vegan!)
from: Robert Cohen, 12/30/05 article:

Also please visit view the archives and subscribe!
yummy recipes: recipe sites: Ani's Raw Food Kitchen
Gone Raw
The Raw Chef
Raw Food Guru
For the first time in my life, I actually enjoy spending time in the
kitchen...what are your favorite raw sites? -Rose
Your friend can subscribe to this list, by sending a blank email to:
SFLivingFoods-subscribe [at]

Aspartame Toxicity Center,

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:

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

Declaration of Independence

GUN CONTROL WORKS ask the experts: Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot

Beautiful Sattelite Picture of earth.

fun events:
more events:
eco events:
important events: Sustainable World Coalition 390 27th St Oakland between Broadway and Telegraph Marin Peace and Justice Center Palo Alto Peace and Justice Center
Berkeley and Oakland political events events, art receptions, music, film, etc. Monthly Raw Food Potlucks (san rafael)

Previous Calendars:
SF events 1.15 MacWorld Sat Roe V Wade Anniversary
Sf Events 1.9 Fri Capricorns. Sat Burnlesque. Mon MacWorld
SF events 1.3

SF events 12.27 Lakota Sioux - The Bravest Americans
SF events 12.20 Fri Dec 21 1-4pm Near Macy’s at Union Square
SF events 12.18 Financial planning for the Endless Depression Wednesday Eve Oakland.
SF events 12.14 Fri UAS + AnonSalon. Sat Santarchy. Sun SelfDefense.
SF events 12.11 Santarchy Sat + Self Defence Sun
SF events 12.7
SF events 12.5
SF events 11.30 Fri critical-mass 6pm. Disco 10pm. Sat/Sun Fungus Fair Oakland Museum.
SF events 11.27 SF Post Carbon Tonight. Oakland Peak Oil Wed. SF Boobie party Thu. SF Disco Fri. Oakland Fungus Fair Sat/Sun.
SF events 11.24 live free or die
SF events 11.20 Plastic Bag Ban Bash 6-9pm TONIGHT @ Minna
SF events 11.16 Buy Gold Today! Goodbye Dollar.
SF events 11.14 tonight half dozen events about OIL, Parks, and Emergencies.
SF events 11.8 Green Festival Wknd
SF events 11.6 GREEN FEST wknd
SF events 11.1 First Thu Art. Fri Day of Dead. Sat Space Cowboys Free! Sun set clock BACK. Mon Yard Dogs.
SF events 11.1 10am Fri SF Protest against 2nd war in Iraq - say No to Turkey invasion
SF events 10.30 Tue Taoist Ero tic Massage. Wed Halloween. 1st Thur Art. Fri Day of Dead. Sat Space Cowboys Free!
SF events 10.25 Fri Crit-Mass. Sat Peace March CivicCtr to Dolores Park
Sf Events 10.23 Fri Oct 26 HALLOWEEN critical mass 6pm Justin Herman Plaza; Market @ Embarcadero SF
Sf Events 10.18 SAT Crazy Fun House Maze, supperclub. Sun SUNSET Season Finale
SF events 10.16 Eye gaze Or gasmic breath Green movie Opulent temple Lights out Crazy Fun House Maze
SF events 10.11
SF events 10.9
SF events 10.5 ALEX GREY TONIGHT! )'( DeCompression SUNDAY! for 14 hours Noon - 2am. Colombus day Monday, Sleep In!
Sf Events 10.2 Fri Alex Grey. Sat Dol Park Film Night. Sun )'( DeCompression!
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