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SF events 5.13

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SF events 5.13

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Tue/@Wed Baker Beach warm weather for frisbee, volleyball, yoga, hula hooping, bouldering
Calling all artists, sun-worshipers and nudists! scroll down below Wednesday...

How Nonprofits & Educators Can Use Wikis: Net Tuesday SF Tuesday, May 13, 6-8PM @ New Summer Monthly
85 Campton Place off Stockton half block North of Union Square 9pm-2a FREE 21+

Wed May 14 12:30 to 1:30pm STOP aerial spraying of PESTICIDES over SF BAY AREA
Tides Foundation - Thoreau Center Torney Avenue / Lincoln Blvd. Presidio Building 1014 415-561-6400

May 14-INFORUM Presents Meet the Candidate- Commonwealth Club -595 Market,
2nd Fl, SF - 6 p.m.- $20 Matt Gonzalez

Post Petroleum Transitopia: Jason Henderson 851 Howard St 6-9pm

May 15-Reading w/ Simone de Corday- Good Vibrations -2504 San Pablo Ave,
Berkeley-6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Dwight

Fri May 16 Connectivate @ Sera Phi Center. California @ Divis, SF. Dinner 8pm.
$15 EyeGazing/Contact Dance Experience 8:30-10:00pm

FunkyTown off-playa home for the Black Rock Roller Disco.
Sat May 17, 9pm-1AM. 1720 19th St.@ Wisconsin. SF

5.17 Green Velvet @ 21+ event. $20-$25 540 Howard @ 1st / 2nd

5.17-18.08/SF MISSION BAZAAR The Shopping Spectacle
@ The Armory, 14th & Mission SW corner
10a-8p $5 Info + Exhibitor Registration at \

Bare to Breakers: Third Sunday in May GET NAKED!
Join hundreds of naked runners and walkers every year throughout the crowd...
The best part of this party is at the PAN HANDLE and in Golden Gate Park... COSTUMES GALORE!

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EMERGENCY BANK HOLIDAY - JUNE 5TH ...practice senseless acts of randomness...
For details and public notice see: A heads up from your friends at: 3149 Dundee Rd #176, Northbrook, Illinois 60062, USA

Protect Forests for Father's Day
Reply-To: linda@

Grocery Store Wars

The Story of Stuff - Ch.1: Introduction is where you watch it in one movie, not in sections.

List of Morons Who Slipped Up And Practically Admitted 9/11 Was An Inside job
end_media_censorship-subscribe [at]



House Approves New Property Seizure Law
BushShouldHaveBeenImpeached-subscribe [at] Do not let them Fcuk you over!

The Truth About UC's Private Militia
earthfirstalert-subscribe [at]

Aspartame Fact Sheet Equal NutraSweet Splenda Sucralose
Reply-To: Activist_List [at]
Sucralose (Splenda) Toxicity Information Center

The Salvador Option exposed. Who's Blowing Up Iraq?
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Cops With Rifles to Hit Streets This Summer
BushShouldHaveBeenImpeached-subscribe [at]

[cia-drugs] Fwd: [ctrl] American Chronicle | Americans Are Living (And Dying) In A Militarized Police State
cia-drugs-subscribe [at] Crazy Kitties Garfield is real

Cell Phone Spying bushsshitlist-subscribe [at]

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder
BushShouldHaveBeenImpeached-subscribe [at]

Feds Accuse Student Of "Terror and Espionage" For Talking About Constitution
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Agronomy, Malthus, and Herd Mentality sfbayoil-subscribe [at]

Iran completely stops trading oil in US dollars. Can war be far behind?
BushShouldHaveBeenImpeached [at]

Can This Economy Get Worse? Can and Will:
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John Fogerty - Deja vu - Original Video Clip (2005)

Reply-To: ROOM641A [at]
This happened here. In Portland Oregon.
In America; Land of the free and home of the brave.
Yeah right!
The cops look like a bunch of Darth Vaders.
But they are only doing their job, just like the Nazis.
The Eye of the Storm - Part 1 of 2
The Eye of the Storm - Part 2 of 2

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder
- by Vincent Bugliosi
There is direct evidence that President George W. Bush did not
honorably lead this nation, but deliberately misled it into a war he
wanted. Bush and his administration knowingly lied to Congress
and to the American public - lies that have cost the lives of more
than 4,000 young American soldiers and close to $1 trillion.

Norovirus attack. You can joke about it, but when it happens to you, you will pray to God for a quick, free cure now. Pee works now. It is available no matter where you are when you are hit with Noro. In an airplane. On a desert. You just start drinking water & then recycle every drop. It will stop the virus in 8 hours. No need for a doctor. This is an emergency. Victims are dehydrated. I offer the perfect water for curing Noro & stopping the diarrhea. What would also help, is if people would take Pro-biotics before bed & upon rising. This will send in friendly troops to fight the bad bugs.
You tube is Paul8kangas for more info Cure Cancer - 7 ways - Free.

From "The Comparative Anatomy of Eating", by Milton R. Mills, MD
SFVeg-subscribe [at]

Tue May 13

Tue/@Wed Baker Beach outlook report, as requested:
Calling all artists, sun-worshipers and nudists! scroll down below Wednesdsay...

How Nonprofits & Educators Can Use Wikis: Net Tuesday SF Tuesday, May 13, 6-8PM
TechSoup/CompuMentor 525 Brannan Street Ste. 300
The second Tuesday of each month, social changemakers and web innovators get together to network, socialize and share ideas at Net Tuesday, a free event produced by NetSquared, a project of TechSoup This month we have three speakers:
Adam Frey, Co-Founder of Wikispaces (, will talk about his company's work, and how nonprofits and educators can use wikis.
Rushton Hurley, Director of the nonprofit, Next Vista for Learning (, and Greg Wolff, President of the nonprofit, the UnaMesa Association (, will talk about how they use wikis for their work.
RSVP on Upcoming or Meetup:

TUESDAY, May13, 7pm STOP aerial spraying of PESTICIDES over SF BAY AREA
City of Novato, LBAM RESOLUTION on consent calendar
Novato Unified School District, 1015 7th Street/Grant
Marie Chan from Sustainable Novato is working with us
Because the City has a jammed agenda, the council members have requested
we have 3 or 4 speakers (preferrably from Novato, 3 minutes each to speak) and all
support people would stand while the speaking was going on. http://StoptheSprayMarin.Org @ New Summer Monthly
85 Campton Place off Stockton half block North of Union Square 9pm-2a FREE 21+
Gift Prizes for best tutu. Tutu creation station from 9-11pm.
tutu gift shop, temporary tattoos & more. Every second Tuesday starting May 13th.

Wed May 14

Wed May 14 12:30 to 1:30pm STOP aerial spraying of PESTICIDES over SF BAY AREA
Tides Foundation - Thoreau Center Torney Avenue / Lincoln Blvd. Presidio Building 1014 415-561-6400
Educational panel discussion with Nan Wishner, Paul Scheamski, and Dr. Dawn Daniel
Tides Foundation in San Francisco umbrellas 20 nonprofit
environmental groups, including the chapter in N.Y. City, the total group number is 60. http://StoptheSprayMarin.Org

May 14-INFORUM Presents Meet the Candidate- Commonwealth Club -595 Market,
2nd Fl, SF - 6 p.m.- $20 Matt Gonzalez

Post Petroleum Transitopia: Jason Henderson 851 Howard St 6-9pm
ADPSR and The Big One co-sponsor a 4 part
once a month Connectivity Series called "The New Me is We", Design by Dialogue Series
This is not your typical lecture series, there will be no "Talking Heads" ....engagement is the name of this game.
Design by Dialogue Topics & Dates Remaining:
* Wednesday, May 14 ~ Post Petroleum Transitopia: Jason Henderson
* June 4~ Take Back the Commons: Dwayne Jones and Chris Carlsson
Schedule: 6-9pm
Pot Luck meet and Greet (bring your own dishware)
Live Invocation music by Alan Tower
Interactive game relevant to subject of discussion
Group Dialogue & brief Closing by Speakers
Go make friends!
Location: Pacific Energy Center, 851 Howard Street
Jason Henderson (For Post Petrolium Transitopia)
Assistant Professor Ph.D. - San Francisco State University
email: jhenders@sfsu. edu Web: http://bss.sfsu. edu/jhenders/
Interests: * Urban Transportation * Land Use Planning * Urban Politics
Subfield: Transportation, Land Use, Urban Geography Focus: Politics of urban transportation and land use, conflicts over urban space Geographic Area: U.S. South, San Francisco Bay Area "My research concerns the politics of mobility in cities. I am interested in both how people move around cities and how urban space is configured for movement. I am interested in how the various stakeholders and factions in urban growth debates position themselves and how they conceptualize mobility. My dissertation focused on transportation and land use debates in Atlanta, Georgia -- the poster child of sprawl. I am also interested in a comparative framework between Atlanta and the Bay Area."

Tue/@Wed Baker Beach outlook report, as requested:
Calling all artists, sun-worshipers and nudists!
For at least the last decade many Burners and How Weird-types have
reclaimed the far north end of Baker Beach in SF from the usual dodgy
element that infiltrates nude beaches. We have made the far north end
creeper-free by our sheer numbers, and by using a few Jedi-mind
tricks. This particular spot where it is hard to get past the rocks
and go any further is home to the "duney" and features spontaneous
lumber art and rock cairns (a photo of the art recently appeared in
the SF Chronicle's Sunday mag). The duney is a series of shade
structures, a bar, sometimes a BBQ, volleyball and a meeting place for
all the Baker regulars. Jump on in the mix and join the party! It's
like a day on vacation at Club Med!
All this week starting Tuesday or Wednesday and into next weekend will
be extraordinarily nice beach days, we call them Baker Days, when off
shore winds from the valley push out the fog and create epic
conditions for being outside.
Here are two excellent sites to check and see if it's a Baker Day:

I hope to see y'all down yonder! We shall praise Ja at precisely 4:20! Santosh-ji

May 15 Lincart 1632C Market; 503-1981. Tues-Sat, noon-6pm; and by appt. Drawings and an installation by Tucker Nichols (reception May 15, 6-8pm). May 13-June 21.

May 15-Reading w/ Simone de Corday- Good Vibrations -2504 San Pablo Ave,
Berkeley-6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Dwight
reads excerpts from her new book,-9 1 D2 Years Behind the Green Door: A
Mitchell Brothers Stripper Remembers her Lover Artie Mitchell, Dr. Hunter S.
Thompson, and the Killing that Rocked San Francisco .In San Francisco in
the 1980s, The Mitchell Brothers O Farrell Theater had a mystique of
romance and energy, sparked by its iconic patrons and radical owners.

MEET AND TALK WITH DR. COUSEN'S "There is a Cure for Diabetes"
MAY 15th – 7 PM at BOOK PASSAGES– Corte Madera 51 Tamal Vista
Co-sponsored by CaféGratitude and ALIVE with samples of great low glycemic foods.
Book Passages 51 Tamal Vista Corte Madera, CA 94925 415-927-0960 800-999-7909

2 Burning Man movies at Santa Cruz Film Fest, May15 + 17
1. Burn on the Bayou Thurs May 15th 7.00pm 2. Uchronia (aka “Belgian Waffle”) Sat May 17th 2.30pm

"Unspeakable" opening reception May 16 from 7-10PM. 1173 Sutter St

Fri May 16 Connectivate @ Sera Phi Center. California @ Divis, SF. Dinner 8pm.
$15 EyeGazing/Contact Dance Experience 8:30-10:00pm
$10 General Admission 10:00pm-3:00am

Friday, May 16 Connectivate Raydeus filthy bouncy electrotech set 2:30-3:30 am
$10 General Admission Music starts at 10pm!
@ The Sera Phi Center 2829 California St @ Divisadero, 94115

GLBT Historical Society Hosts Exhibit and Event Series with DYKES ON BIKES
EXHIBIT EVENT SCHEDULE (all events held at the GLBT Historical Society -- 657 Mission Street #300 in San Francisco -- unless otherwise noted):
May 15th, Thursday Opening Reception, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
May 17th, Saturday Pre-Eagle Soda & Beer Bust Ride-By, 1:00-3:00
(Soda & Beer Bust @ the Eagle, 3:00-6:00)
June 12th, Thursday “30 Years of a Ride,” panel discussion, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
June 26th, Thursday Pride Week Reception, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
July 12th, Saturday Closing Reception and “We Own It,” panel discussion of the landmark trademark victory legal case, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Sat May 17

John Yoo protest 5/17 at Boalt Hall Graduation 8am UC Berkeley 8am (ticketed guests will all be inside by 9
PLEASE RSVP by writing to ActAgainstTorture at riseup dot net
May and June Plantings and Tree Care Days: Friends of the Urban Forest SF
Outer Sunset Tree Planting May 17 Heidi Lakics x110
Western Addition Tree Care May 17 Heather Ellison x102

May 17 Evolving Art Gallery 215 15th St; 255-9091. Call for hours. Installations and paintings by Younhee Park (reception May 17, 2-5pm). May 10-June 10.

FunkyTown off-playa home for the Black Rock Roller Disco.
Sat May 17, 9pm-1AM. 1720 19th St.@ Wisconsin. SF
We'll keep you up to speed with what's happening in skating.

5.17 Green Velvet @ 21+ event. $20-$25 540 Howard @ 1st / 2nd
Saturday May 17 9:30pm-4:00am

Kinky Salon, America’s Magnifique Sex- Positive Community presents...
Le Sexy! Saturday May 17th | 10pm till late 21 and over

Nassim presents @ Joshua Tree
Saturday May 17 - Joshua Tree Music Festival Joshua Tree, CA, USA
Admission free with festival ticket

Power Tool Drag Races Saturday, May 17, 2008 - Sunday, May 18, 2008
Ace's Junkyard 2255 McKinnon St @ Toland, SF, Ca 94124

5.17-18.08/SF MISSION BAZAAR The Shopping Spectacle
@ The Armory, 14th & Mission SW corner
10a-8p $5 Info + Exhibitor Registration at
40,000 sq. ft. drill court of The Historic Armory, over 200 artisans exhibiting their uniquely designed creative products and accessories and over 20 hours of live performances by singers, musicians, circus and dance acts, performance artists, DJs and much more, Mission Bazaar is an extraordinary happening in one of San Francisco's landmark buildings.

Sun May 18

May 18, 2008 BAY TO BREAKERS run / walk / roll

Bare to Breakers: Third Sunday in May GET NAKED!
Join hundreds of naked runners and walkers every year throughout the crowd...
The best part of this party is at the PAN HANDLE and in Golden Gate Park... COSTUMES GALORE!

Pirates Unite fer Bay to Breakers!

Sunday May 18 Bare-to-Breakers, the [ official] nudist
contingent in San Francisco's annual Bay to Breakers [B2B] foot race.
nudist runners have the option to register with the official Bay to
Breakers site; early-registration discount expires on March 31.

Bay To Breakers - Casting Call - All "George Michael"'s Needed
To celebrate George Michael's return to the USA (HP Pavilion June 19th!)

May 19 Full Moon!

Free Teambuilding Event for S.F. Non-Profits - June 6th Reply to: diane at drclue dot com
To coincide with the convening of the National Non-Profit Congress
2008, Dr. Clue Treasure Hunts ( ) would like to invite
your agency to participate in our Non-Profits Treasure Hunt on June 6,
2008 from 1:00 – 4:30 pm, in downtown San Francisco.
You may register up to 5 participants (Board Members and/or Staff) for
this FREE program. We can accommodate additional attendees for a
nominal fee of $25 each.
Our Bay Area Event, echoing the goals of the 2008 Congress, will offer
your team the opportunity to “join with other nonprofit professionals
in networking, learning from each other, and continuing to take action
to unite and strengthen the nonprofit sector.”
Dr. Clue’s Treasure Hunts are designed to:
Build relationships, trust, and camaraderie
Instill an appreciation for collaboration with the team
Learn something new in a playful and energizing way
Have fun seeing your home city in a whole new way
Thank you for the hard work you contribute to your organization and to
our community. Please email diane at drclue dot com by Thursday, May 22nd to
register your team.

Thursday, May 22 6:30 to 7:30 pm: Ask the Doctors: MASTURBATION
May is masturbation month, the perfect opportunity to learn more about everyone’s favorite pastime. Join Doctor Carol Queen, PhD and Doctor Robert Lawrence for one of our most popular events as they explore the ins and outs of masturbation. Valencia Street Store @ 17th

Group Sex Then and Now: A Play Party Retrospective Panel Discussion at CSC
Thursday, 5/22, 7:30PM-10:30PM -- GROUP SEX THEN AND NOW:
A Play Party Retrospective - Panel Discussion Moderated by Reid Mihalko
Play party. Orgy. Love-In. Group scene... Call it what you will, but have you ever been to a sex party? What about one that happened twenty-five years ago?
Join New York City sex and relationship geek (and play party educator) Reid Mihalko as he moderates a distinguished panel of Bay Area play party promoters and attendees (past and present) to discuss the rich history of San Francisco's sex parties, swap favorite stories and tips, share valuable lessons learned, and muse where they see play parties heading in the future...
If you've ever wondered what group sex was like "way back when" (or now!), or how the people who attend play parties today differ from those twenty years ago, or how the rules surrounding group sexual dynamics have changed through the years... If you're curious who is throwing play parties today, what kinds of events are out there and for whom, where they happen, who attends, and if there is a play party for me and what I'm into... Please join us for a group of group-sex geeks talking about... What else?... group sex!
$5 donation requested. At CSC, 1519 Mission near 11th. Nassim presents! Crossing the Event Horizon
May 23rd - Lightning In A Bottle Friday night Santa Barbara, CA
Free with festival ticket 12 Midnight to 3 am in the dome

Lightning In A Bottle, Santa Barbara CA May 23-26

Lightning In a Bottle 2008: Memorial Day Weekend May 23, 24, 25, & 26 in beautiful rolling Oak foothills NorthWest of Santa Barbara
"a Magical Forest Adventure..." Carnival The Do LaB Live Oak Campground

Animal Activist Training May 24 Vacaville, CA

free wildflower walk in the Presidio on May 24
wildflower walk on Mt. Davidson with Hoenie Luk who
is a member of the Native Plant Society. He is very knowledgeable and
patient (great for beginners) and he can do his walks bilingually (in
Chinese and English), if there are Chinese speakers. He gives you a
handout on the plants you will see and tells you about the food and
medicinal uses of various weeds. These walks are free to the public.
The next one is on May 24. Meet Hoenie at 10:00 am at Inspiration Point
in the Presidio. For more information email Hoenie at
airedale at hoenie dot com Your friend can subscribe to this list, by sending a blank email to:
SFLivingFoods-subscribe [at]

Vegan potluck and speaker series Saturday, May 24th, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Downtown Oakland (near BART, Souley Vegan and more!) Who: Anybody interested in veganism!
Why: Meet like-minded people, lend mutual support, and explore veganism in a supportive environment
We're happy to announce the next meeting of Vegans for Action, a monthly series designed to support people at all stages of veganism, from people who have never heard of veganism, to those thinking about veganism, to those wanting to go vegan, to new and established vegans. Family, friends and children are invited and welcome. We'll begin with a vegan potluck followed by a presentation titled, "A New Look at Veganism." Please RSVP to vegans4action@yahoo for directions. May 24 and 25. See May 25 for Parade and Fest.

Carnaval Grand Parade Sun May 25 Parade Route:
Bryant @ 24th to Mission to 17th to Harrison.
Festival on Saturday and Sunday is 8 Blocks on Harrison from 16th to 24.
PLEASE VISIT ZONA VERDE @ 17th St. This is an entire GREEN ZONE / eco fest @ Carnaval.

Gather, 9 a.m. Walk starts at 10 a.m. San Francisco side, Bridge Parking Lot
Park (car pool) at the East Battery parking lot off Lincoln Blvd. just below
Marin side, Vista Point Parking Lot
After walk take Coastal Trail from Bridge Parking Lot to Mason St and Crissy Field. If you can’t make the walk, come to the rally
Rally 12 noon (bring your lunch) West End of Crissy Field, between Mason Street and Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center
Staffing assistance including security and monitors needed. Permit conditions are very restrictive for safety purposes
Info: or e-mail fegger at pacbell dot net
Outer Richmond Tree planting May 31 Naomi LeBeau x100

RENTERS RISE UP! Raise the Roof--Not the Rent!
No on Prop 98! Save Rent Control!
Saturday May 31st @ 2pm
Mobile street party meets and departs from Dolores Park then moves to an
undisclosed location.
Organizing meetings are every Thursday (except this one cuz it's Mayday!)
6:30pm @ Station 40 (3030b 16th St. @ Mission) and are open to the public.
Check out the website at:

Laughing Squid 2008 Sat May 31, 7PM 2050 Bryant St, SF, CA btwn 18th and 19th St. $10

San Francisco's 32nd Annual Union Street Fair Sat May 31 - Sun Jun 1 10am-6pm between Gough & Steiner come see art and women with silicone breast implants

:: In Divisible :: United in Dance
A Fundraiser for the RhythmWave, a conscious dance camp at Burning Man 2008.
Our American Dream is a place where all people can exercise their
inalienable right to gather and dance together, indivisible, with
liberty and love for all!
Sat May 31, 8:00pm - 4am @ Radiance Factory
278 4th St. (between Webster and Jackson) Oakland Ca. 94607

June 2008

Harmony Festival June 6th, 7th & 8th, 2008: Celebrating 30 Years
Pioneering Event becomes Northern California's Premier Destination Festival
for music, art, natural health and eco-awareness
Northern California's Premier Destination Festival
Music Arts Ecology Healthful Living Global Awareness Community
Where: Sonoma County Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, California Hwy 101 @ Hwy 12, SouthEast Corner
When: Friday June 6th through Sunday June 8th
All three days and nights with on-site camping
Who: 25,000+ people, three generations of fair-goers

CupcakeCamp Sunday, June 1, 2:00 PM Citizen Space 425 Second St., #300 for details!
This is an event for cupcake lovers, so you can:
- buy cupcakes to bring
- bake cupcakes to bring
- just eat cupcakes
If you're baking or buying cupcakes, please email ariel @ arielwaldman dot com with what you intend to bake/buy!

EMERGENCY BANK HOLIDAY - JUNE 5TH ...practice senseless acts of randomness...
For details and public notice see: A heads up from your friends at: 3149 Dundee Rd #176, Northbrook, Illinois 60062, USA

Inner Sunset Tree Planting June 7 Heidi Lakics x110

Haight-Ashbury Street Fair Sun Jun 8 11am-5:30 PM btwn Masonic and Stanyan

Robin Wright-Penn
Sean Penn
Robin Williams
Melissa Etheridge
Bonnie Raitt
Sharon Stone
George Lucas
Francis Ford Coppola (SF and/or Napa?)
Michael Moore
Phil Lesh - Grateful Dead
Lisa Bonet - Actress
Benjamin Bratt - Actor
Margaret Cho - Comedian
Clint Eastwood - Actor/Director
Danny Glover - Acto
Josh Hartnett - Actor
Steve Jobs (Palo Alto)
Alicia Silverstone – Actress
Sam Shephard
Peter Coyote
Huey Lewis
Mick Jagger
Van Morrison
Robert Redford (his parents used to live in Belvedere – big environmentalist too!)
Robert Redford’s Son (or daughter??) - in fairfax
Kristi Yamaguchi -- Fremont -- Olympic Gold Metalist in figure skating
Pablo Morales -- San Jose -- Olympic Gold Metalist in swimming (butterfly)
AND then some sports guys...past and present...
Joe Montana
Others not in the area, but that are big environmentalists:
Cameron Diaz
Brad Pitt
Leonardo DiCaprio

SOMA Tree Care June 14 Heather Ellison x102

World Naked Bike Ride - June 7 or 14
wnbr mailing list wnbr [at]
Why am I forwarding this?
Because I do not like police states or authoritarian regimes that command me to wear clothes
made of petroleum and synthetic chemicals that cause cancer,
assembled in sweat shops, requiring nuclear or coal energy to wash or dry
that restrict my movement when I am swimming or crossing rivers
and generally serve to remove us from our humanity. events:
May/July BM Film Fest - TBD
6/14 BBQ-A-NEWBIE Picnic 12 - 5pm in Golden Gate Park
6/21 Flambe Precompression w/ fire component - Location TBD
7/17 Desert Art Preview
7/26 Costume swap + Art Bike reconditioning + prep for pARTiciPARADE at BMHQ and in parking lot + art bike repair
7/27 pARTiciPARADE! - Meet 2pm at Buena Vista Park on Haight St. + Fire Jam at BMHQ at 7pm
7/31 Burning Stories Night at BMHQ 7-10pm
10/12 Decompression Heat The Street FaIRE! - Indiana St. (definite unless better loc. and we do 11th)
10/13 Dogpatch Neighborhood Clean-up - Meet 11am at Decom site

Sun June 15 Protect Forests for Father's Day
Reply-To: linda@

June 18 Full Moon!

Jamie Janover presents! Crossing the Event Horizon
Friday June 20th - Sonic Bloom Winter Park Resort Winter Park CO
Admission free with festival ticket

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

Raindance, Santa Cruz CA June 20-23

Bernal Heights Tree planting June 21 Naomi LeBeau x100

Community Empowerment Convergence "The Big ONE" 2008 A Grand Collaboration
A village of engagement for healthy body, home, family and community
June 21& 22, 9am-7pm Sharon Meadow, Golden Gate Park
The Big ONE 2008, is a free two-day community building event, the first annual gathering of its kind in the Bay Area. This convergence is intended to develop new relationships through dialogue, committed engagement, and trust. We desire to collectively re-envision our communities. We want to develop sustainability awareness and action, civic engagement, and localization of culture, economy, and decision-making. We promote respect for all life and the planet that sustains us
The convergence will be located in Golden Gate Park in Sharon Meadow, June 21 and 22, 2008. Ten neighborhood tents will make up the village. Each neighborhood will represent a community need, addressing such issues as Youth Engagement and Empowerment, Social Justice, Global Warming, Green Jobs , Greening the City and Schoolyards, Civic Engagement, Story Telling from our Elders, Sustainable Community (food, water and sewage security), Permaculture, World Peace, Health, Alternative Medicine, Education, Music, Dance and Art, GLBTQ, Race & Culture, Spirituality, and Community Communication.
The "Village of Engagement" is a gathering of people from Bay Area Non-Profit Organizations, Foundations, members of the Community, Schools, Worker-Owned Coops, Entrepreneurs and representatives from our respective Bay Area City Governments. Participants will have the opportunity to design, envision, collaborate, and dialog with new friends on the future of their own neighborhoods.
To prepare for the challenging times ahead of us, we encourage you to come, be heard, and engage. The format of your participation can be setting up a table or tent in one of the neighborhoods to collaborate and share information, interactive classes, power-point presentations, hands-on demonstrations of sustainable skills, forums or artistic endeavors. We provide the fill it with your dreams. We are using the Wiser Earth platform to organize, plan and co-create the event at
This is a 100% noncommercial event. Nothing will be for sale. We encourage everyone to bring food and drink and extra to share with your new friends! Come experience and participate. "The New Me is We".
Contact information:
Web site:

The Political Mind: Why You Can't Understand 21st Century American Politics with an 18th Century Brain
Tuesday, June 24, 6:00 PM Mechanics' Institute 57 Post St SF
Linguist George Lakoff discusses language, politics, the human brain and how all three connect in his fascinating study of modern politics. Effective story-telling, according to Lakoff, touches an emotional chord in humans that is far more effective than the dry and logical discussion of issues. Any political movement that hopes to succeed must approach voters using a language that engages listeners on that emotional level. The impact will be seen in this upcoming election! reservations call 415-393-0100 or email at rsvp [at]
SOMA Tree Care June 28 Heather Ellison x102

16th Annual San Francisco Dyke March Saturday, June 28th, 2008
Starting from Dolores Park, at 18th and Dolores
Rally and Stage Begins @ 3:00 p.m. March Takes Off @ 7:00 p.m.
(18th to Mission or Valencia, back up 17th to CASTRO)(that's the usual route)

come march with BANG against circumcision in the SF Pride parade, Sunday June 29 10am
contact: michaelkeith at prodigy dot net 510-642-8617
march under this banner

July 2008

PRICELESS 4th of July weekend

Priceless, Belden CA July 4-6 Jamie Janover presents! Crossing the Event Horizon
Saturday July 5th - High Sierra Music Festival Quincy, CA
Free with festival ticket

Oregon Country Fair, Veneta OR July 11-13

This campout is focused on movement & play and will include playshops & entertainment in these areas:
Hoopdance (beginner, advanced, and special technical workshops)
Acroyoga NIA Spirit Dance Fire performances and playshops
DJs (TBA), socials, and dance parties
Performances and talent demonstrations
Thai Massage classes much more!
Day time classes and playshops
Friday Night Gathering Ritual, Social, and Dance Jam
Saturday Night Flow & Dance Party
Organic buffet brunch and dinner served each day.
To join the email list for this event, please email: rosie at hooliehoop dot com

Stilldream 8 Year Anniversary Coming June 13th, 14th & 15th, 2008!
Tickets now on sale @:

SEX WORKERS UNITE -- July Conference!
On July 16-20 of 2008, hundreds of sex workers and sex worker activists will converge on Chicago at the Desiree Alliance Conference:
Pulling Back the Sheets: Sex, Work and Social Justice
Go to and click on the "join the yahoo group

July 18 Full Moon!

Emergnsee, Ashland OR July 18-20 Jamie Janover presents! Crossing the Event Horizon
Sat July 19th - Emerge-N-See Festival Salem, OR
Free with festival ticket

BlogHer 2008 July 18-20 Westin St. Francis Hotel 335 Powell St@ Geary Union Square

Aug 2008

Shambhala, BC, Canada August 6-11

Animal Rights 2008 National Conference August 14-18 in Alexandria, VA (a suburb of Washington, DC).
100 speakers from more than 60 organizations, 80+ free exhibits, 60+ videos, networking receptions, vegan food, cruelty-free shopping, celebrity & activist awards, and much more.

Aug 16 Full Moon!

SF finally gets a rockin' music fest
Radiohead Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Jack Johnson Beck Wilco
Manu Chao Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals Widespread Panic
Primus Rodrigo y Gabriela Steve Winwood Café Tacvba
Broken Social Scene Regina Spektor Devendra Banhart Cold War Kids
And that's just the first third Aug 22-24. Tix on sale Sunday Mar
30. -Damien

Burning Man, BRC NV August 25 - September 1

)'( Aug 25 - Sep 1 2008
see for costume ideas )'(

Long-time Burner and videographer extraordinaire Lenny Jones has posted a set of 6 videos from Burning Man 2007. Quicktime, a high-speed connection, and parental discretion (not all of these are 100% work safe, yo) are recommended. Check them out:


TAKE week off. Burningman starts Mon Aug 25 12:01 am. BE THERE.
So leave Sunday afternoon. or leave Monday at Crack of dawn.
Because when you arrive on Monday you will see there is already too much to see and do,
you will have the feeling you wish you could be there :)
DO not attempt to leave monday and spend 5hours in traffic jam dust.
Monday is for hotsprings.
Tuesday you can goto Pyramid lake for another party.
Wednesday you can go home.

BRING: Aloe Vera leaves, break off, carry with: good for sunburns
Big hats for sun protection. Layers. Hydration rig. Bike bottles or camelback.
Fill up your 5 gallon bottles and 1 gallon water bottles at Donner Pass Rest stop 20 miles West of border. Jamie Janover presents! Crossing the Event Horizon
August 27-31 - Black Rock City, NV Burningman Locations / Times TBA
Free with festival ticket

Sep 2008

EarthDance, Laytonville CA September 12-14

Sep 12-14 Laytonville, CA 3day music festival in old Oak Trees, forest paths, and river Jamie Janover presents! Crossing the Event Horizon
Sunday, Sept. 14th - Earthdance Laytonville, CA In the dome Time TBA
Free with festival Ticket Jamie Janover presents! Crossing the Event Horizon
Symbiosis, Angels Camp CA Late September TBA

SF Lovefest 2008 at Civic Center Oct 4-5 11am-4am

Oct 2008

Saturday, October 4th, 2008 all ages welcome
Parade starts @ Noon @ 2nd / Market St. The love continues to Civic Center Plaza events:
Sun 10/12 Decompression Heat The Street FaIRE! - Indiana St. (definite unless better loc. and we do 11th)
10/13 Dogpatch Neighborhood Clean-up - Meet 11am at Decom site

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

Nov 2008

GREEN FESTIVAL in SF @ Concourse Exhibition Center: Brannan St @ 8th St. Fri/Sat/Sun

END 2008

Every 1st Tues SF Moma + DeYoung + Palace of Legion of Honor free ART/ museum days.

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.

Tips from The Cancer Project - The Nutrition Rainbow - rainbow.gif

Download Nutrition Rainbow Poster (PDF) (find under shopping)(FREE)

2008 Previous Calendars:
SF events 5.6 FREE MUSEUMS + Stop Aerial Pesticide Spray of SF BAY
SF events 5.1 MAYDAY! SF + Thu Art + Sun HOWWEIRD St. FAIRE
SF events 4.29 GENERAL STRIKE MAY DAY. HOWWEIRD st. Faire Sun May 4!
SF events 4.24 Th NoSpraySF. Fri Digital Be-In. Sat BEACH IMPEACH. Sun People's Park Anniv.
SF events 4.22 EARTH WEEK Save Earth. Get Off The Grid. protect your water and food
SF events 4.15 NOSPRAY Wed SACTO. Save the internet Thursday.
SF events 4.10
SF events 4.8 FREE TIBET
SF events 4.3 Th hula hoop +art. F artHaight. Sat Anon Gallery. Su Climate,,Tibet. Mon LBAM
SF events 4.1 Fossil Fools Day Bike Parade Berkeley Bart at 5pm
SF events 3.26 Fri. CellSpace Sat. St Stupid's Day Parade Tuesday!
SF events 3.20 Th Bike Safety. F Full Moon. Sa Bunny Jam. Su Sisters in Dolores Park
SF events 3.18 5 years of current war on Iraq
Sf events 3.14 3.15 Chevron Richmond 3.19 SF, San Rafael, Walnut Creek Direct Action to Stop War
SF events 3.11 non-violent direct action at the Chevron refinery in Richmond Mar 15
SF events 3.7 No Aerial Spray Sat SF 10am-Noon 253 Hyde Street at corner of Eddy
Sf events 3.4 FREE MUSEUM day
Sf events 2.29 see ENGAME and
SF events 2.25 ENDGAME
SF events 2.19 Wed Feb 20 Full Moon! + LUNAR eclipse 7pm
SF events 2.14 PILLOW FIGHT 6-7:30pm Justin Herman Plaza Market @ Embarcadero
SF events 2.12 Laura Flanders tonight @ Global Exchange
SF events 2.8 Chinese New Year
SF events 2.5 Vote / REVOLT / Fat Tuesday
SF events 2.1 Fri: GeminiDiscoMighty, DepthCharge. Super Hero Party Saturday!
SF events 1.29
SF events 1.23 CELLSPACE FRI + SAT +
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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