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by Oscar Grant
1PM Walkout! Justice for Oscar Grant!
Downtown Oakland, Alameda County Courthouse - Fallon and 12th
Thursday Jan 15
10PM ships in the night: Benefit for Women's Choice...
Friday Jan 16
12PM Berkeley Women in Black weekly vigil
1PM Walkout! Justice for Oscar Grant!
6PM Salvadoran and Palestian Solidarity vigil
6PM Haight Ashbury Peace Vigil (Iraq Moratorium)

6:30PM COPWATCH & Migra Rapid Response
7PM Opening Night-Western Workers Labor Heritage...
7PM Project Censored 2009
7:30PM jan16 pansexual pervs bid Bush bi-bye
Saturday Jan 17
11:30AM j17 bi elders
More Events...

Post Carbon Institute Proposes a "Real New Deal"

Brasscheck TV: Taking food back

The 9-11 Code

9/11 Truth Written into Script for "Rescue Me" TV Show

FBI Building's Surprising Inaugural Message: ARREST BUSH

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Ron Paul on Israel, the Economic Crisis, and Obama

'The 9/11 Solution'?

The Looniest Of All 911 Conspiracy Theories

Newly Uncovered WTC 7 Video Betrays More Foreknowledge Of Collapse
Despite event being unprecedented in history
Another video from 9/11 has been uncovered which proves that the collapse of WTC 7 was anticipated beforehand, despite that fact that the event was unprecedented - no steel framed building had completely collapsed from fire damage alone in previous history.

What The Iraq Forgery Says About 9/11 August 6, 2008
Bestselling Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Ron Suskind has revealed that the
White House ordered the CIA to forge and backdate a document falsely linking Iraq
with Muslim terrorists and 9/11 . . . and that the CIA complied with those
instructions and in fact created the forgery, which was then used to justify war
against Iraq. Suskind also revealed that "Bush administration had information from a
top Iraqi intelligence official 'that there were no weapons of mass destruction in
Iraq - intelligence they received in plenty of time to stop an invasion.' This is a
stunning revelation in its own right. But what does it say about the government's
claims that 9/11 was an attack by Muslim extremists which the U.S. government could
not have anticipated? Well, if the White House ordered the CIA to forge documents
falsely implicating the people against which they wanted to wage war (Iraqis), and
falsely linking supposed Al Qaeda terrorists with someone they had no connection
with (Saddam Hussein), is it possible that a similar thing occurred as to who
carried out 9/11? Full Story

Aer OBAMA - Daft Punk vs. Adam Freeland

Art of Noise & Art of Hoopdance (January Practice) WAKE UP AMERICA !!!

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Family Pets: Victims of Hard Economic Times

Lasagna Gardening

Baker Beach North end is the warmest Beach in SF! (where burning man was held 1985-1989)
Note the big happy burner family on the north end playing volleyball, ultimate, hula hoop, drums, guitars, yoga...
On Baker Beach: alcohol is ok, nudity is ok on North end, but no fire and no glass.
whereas Ocean beach allows fire only in pits West of GG Park, no alcohol, no naked, no glass

Thu Jan 15

Thu Jan 15 6pm – 8pm Opening for Group Art Show "Sensuality and Spaciousness"
Good Vibrations 1620 Polk @ Sacramento SF FREE

Abundance League Public Media Edition - THURS. 1/15 @ 6:00pm
Citizen Space , 425 Second St.,
#300, San Francisco
If you can't get in for some reason, call 415.867.0429 to be let in.
6:00 - 7:00 Arrive, mingle, nosh
7:00 - 7:45 Member announcements (your passions, needs and gifts)
7:45 - 8:15 Break - exchange support, mingle, nosh
8:15 - 9:30 Discussion
9:30 - 10:00 Mingle, clean up
10:00 - Optional, take the discussion to a nearby bar
Learn more about our meetings here:

1st BEAT CHURCH OF THE YEAR this thur 1/15 with POM & NANDA
BEAT CHURCH (1st & 3rd thursdays monthly) Thursday Jan. 15th (1st one of the year)
@ SHINE (1337 Mission and 9th) http:/// 10pm til 2am only $5 at the door!

Thursday, 15 January, 2009
06:30 AM Lecture: Sharks & Rays, Whales & Giant Squids
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM 'Sensuality and Spaciousness'
06:00 PM Problems with Progress:A Historical Perspective on the Presidency
06:30 PM - 07:30 PM Climate Countdown: Can The World Cut a Deal?
07:00 PM - 08:00 PM Encompassing the Amazon: Ayahuasca, Vegetalismo, and Cultural Survival

Fri Jan 16

Friday, January 16, 7 pm, at the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian
Universalists1924 Cedar St. (at Bonita) PROJECT CENSORED 2009 Come and hear Dr.
Peter Phillips, longtime Director of Sonoma State University's Project Censored,
and PC Assistant Director Mickey Huff detail the last year's most important and
unreported news stories and social issues, and the unique process~ for-credit
college course-work~ that produces this crucial investigative work as we celebrate
and promote the most recent publication of "Censored: Media Democracy in Action."
Books will be for sale. Haitian great Diego Jameau, "The Whistler," will offer
music. Audience Q & A with Professors Phillips and Huff will follow the
presentation. $10-20 requested donation (no one turned away); wheelchair
accessible; information: (510) 527-7543 Founded by Carl Jensen in 1976, Project
Censored is a media research program working in cooperation with numerous
independent media groups in the US. Project Censored’s principle objective is the
training of SSU students in media research and First Amendment issues and the
advocacy for, and protection of, free press rights in the United States. Project
Censored has trained over 1,500 students in investigative research in the past
three decades. Through a partnership of faculty, students, and the community,
Project Censored conducts research on important national news stories that are
underreported, ignored, misrepresented, or censored by the US corporate media. Each
year, Project Censored publishes a ranking of the top 25 most censored nationally
important news stories in the yearbook, Censored: Media Democracy in Action, which
is released in September. Recent Censored books have been published in Spanish,
Italian and Arabic.The Project works in cooperation with SSU academic classes
Sociology of Media and Sociology of Censorship, where students earn credit for
their research and participate in writing the annual yearbook. Additionally,
Project Censored sponsors and supervises over 60 student interns a year who do in
depth investigative research, sponsor campus events and speakers, and organize an
annual national Media Accountability Conference. Students also participate in
writing the Project Censored quarterly newsletter (circulation 9,000) and assist
with maintaining the Project Censored website, which
receives over a million views a month from all over the world.Between 700 and 1000
stories are submitted to Project Censored each year from journalists, scholars,
librarians, and concerned citizens around the world. With the help of more than 200
Sonoma State University faculty, students, and community members, Project Censored
reviews the story submissions for coverage, content, reliability of sources and
national significance. The university community selects 25 stories to submit to the
Project Censored panel of judges who then rank them in order of importance. Current
or previous national judges include: Noam Chomsky, Susan Faludi, George Gerbner,
Sut Jhally, Frances Moore Lappe, Michael Parenti, Herbert I. Schiller, Barbara
Seaman, Erna Smith, Mike Wallace and Howard Zinn. All 25 stories are featured in
the yearbook, Censored: The News That Didn’t Make the News.Project Censored is
administered through the SSU Sociology Department with financial support from the
SSU Instructionally Related Activity Fund, School of Social Science, Media Freedom
Foundation Inc. and donations from thousands of supporters around the country.

Friday 1/16: 9pm-4am: Slide into Caprcorn @ Mighty 119 Utah St (@ 15th St)
Audio Soul Project (Live), Ana Sia, Worthy, Little John (dubstep, electro, tech house) myspace censors
free for Capricorns, $7 before 11pm w/ RSVP @, else $15

"How to Survive the Apocalypse," the Burning Man-inspired opera, is
premiering Jan. 16 and 17th at Stage Werx, 533 Sutter St., San Francisco.
8:00 PM SHOWS for the weekend of Jan. 23 and 24th. These too are selling
$15 ( ; $20 at the door. The event is all-volunteer. or

Sat Jan 17

Baker’s Alley Handmade Pottery Workshop Jan. 17th - Saturday - 10am-4pm: FREE
guest potter and teacher Bea Bloom
learn how to make simple, practical, and beautiful pottery by hand.
This free workshop will include: * Basic properties and sources of clay
* Three types of hand build techniques: pinch, coil and slab
* Finishing the greenware and firing in a wood fired pit kiln
/A local musical group, the Peaceniks,will be performing from 1-3 pm./*//*
1390 31^st Ave between Judah and Irving SF

Redwood City, 1/17: Just Money! Learn how a fairer monetary system works.
In this experiential workshop, you will use alternative money as you
meet others who want to participate in a more just economic system.
Leave inspired to learn more and engage others in dialog about how
local currency systems build wealth. Saturday, January 17, 2009
Community Room Redwood City Main Library 1044 Middlefield Road
Schedule 12:00 help set up 12:15 potluck/social 1:00 introductions
1:15 local money simulation 3:15 forum/dialog 4:15 survey

Sat Jan 17 6:30-7:30pm erotica and Wine, a Special Reading by Judah Pollack
Good Vibrations 603 Valencia at 17th

Sat 1/17: 9pm-2am: Nonstop Bhangra @ Rickshaw Stop 155 Fell St (@ Van Ness)
feat. DJ Jimmy Love, Dholrhythms Dance Troupe, dance lesson at 9:30pm $10 adv, $15 door

Saturday, January 17, 2009 @ Anon Gallery 285 9th St. (@ Folsom)
[The Anon Gallery available for kool private events!] [Book in January for10% off first 90 days of '09]
As always, this is a DONATION ONLY event. \It is your choice to
support the space & the artists;who add their magic to these openings. Thank you!
Start the year with a little lack of respect.Two Uh-Oh N!NE! - Yes, &
Nine Reason why..UNO.. More art & artists than a Bologna Street
Festival~ New Paintings by the inimitable Lee Harvey Roswell ~ New
Chain Reaction Paintings by Peri Pfenninger~ Reverse Reliefs by Lynne
Cook~ Bronze figure s by Mark Bava~ Erotic Woodcarvings by - Abbie Rabinowitz
DUE.. Go from cool to fool in high style:Professional paint & Airbrush
face Painters plus face paints so you can DIY TRE.. Express your inner
bozo in beauteous waysDIY.. Clown wall.. drawing and photos..for you
to mess up (Bring your Own!)
QUATTRO.. Don't stop now.. but keep moving to..~ Delachaux (Dark
Kabaret) ~ J-Fi (Sister SF) ~ Garth (Grayhound)~ Clay (CB) (Yoga Tai
Chi) ~ Knowa Knowone (Cyphertown)CINQUE.. Afro-Latin Funk - 4 piece
Live & DJ Sets from..Pleasuremaker SEI.. Climate Theater presents an
evening on tricky magic & music w/..Paul Nathan' s "Devil in the Deck!"
SETTE.. Watch Fresh Video From Sea of Dreams NYE(Check out Photos
here!) + Stefan G's Luminous Lounge
OTTO.. Clown King & Clown Queen Contest
NOVE.. Klown Kruise AfterpARTy plus Polka Dots, Tu-tus, Ring Tosses &
General Hilarity in the face of the ridiculous state of the world that
we, Mr. Obama & all funsters, gagsters and merrymakers everywhere must

March for Justice & Reparations for Family of Oscar Grant III
Monday January 19 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Location Details:
Gather at 11:30 at OPD headquarters, 7th & Broadway; March down Broadway to 20th St. to BART headquarters, down Grand Ave to the columns at the end of the Lake for a rally at 1pm.
Event Type: Other
On the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., join the struggle for justice and reparations to the family of Oscar Grant III and unite with the following demands:
1. Jail and Prosecute Killer BART Cop Johannes Mehserle and Charge All BART Cops Involved With Accessory to the Crime of Murder
2. Reparations to the Family of Oscar Grant
3. Economic Development for the African and Oppressed Communities in Oakland
4. Immediate End to the Public Policy of Police Containment of the African and Oppressed Communities in Oakland
5. Immediate Release of All Arrested Demonstrators

FREE HULA HOOP JAM (if the weather is nice)
Sunday, January 18th: SNOW PARK (Oakland) - We return to Snow Park in Oakland where the weather is warmer and where we had an incredible turnout in November. We'll be there from 2 until 4pm. It's just a short walk from the 19th St. BART Station at 19th & Harrison. Park info:
Sunday, January 25th: DOLORES PARK - From 2 to 4pm on the Dolores Street side of the park, typically by the palm trees between 19th and 20th.
To subscribe to the Bay Area Hoopers list, send an email to: bah [at]

Changing The Future Mon 1/19 (10PM)
Temple Nightclub 540 Howard St. @ 2nd/3rd St SF 15

"Changing the Future" on Monday, January 19 at 8:00pm.
Robin says, "Bush’s Last Day, Obama’s First and Martin Luther King Jr. Day!
featuring: Anasia, Goddess Alchemy Project, Lafa Taylor, Mimosa & Souleye, Seasunz &
Knowa KnowOne, Lotus Drops, MiHKAL, Nanda and more!
Monday January 19th @ Temple SF". Event: Changing the Future
"Last Night of Bush, First Day of Obama and Martin Luther King Jr. Day!"
What: Club Party Host: Cyphertown
Monday, January 19 at 8:00pm thru Tuesday, January 20 at 4:00am
Where: Temple SF 540 Howard @ 1st / 2nd St.

End Bush Tuesday January 20, 2009 at 9:00am Bush Street and Presidio Avenue SF
on January 20th 2009 at noon Eastern time, 9am Pacific time,
George W. Bush will no longer be President of the USA.

Meet at Bush & Presidio by the "END BUSH" street sign to celebrate.

Tuesday, 20 January, 2009
06:00 AM - 10:00 AM An Inaugural Ball
09:00 AM - 11:00 AM Presidential Inauguration Day Ceremony
06:00 PM - 10:00 PM Inauguration West
07:00 PM - 11:00 PM Barack Obama Presidential Inauguration Skaters' Ball

Tuesday 1/20: 7pm-11pm: Barack Obama Presidential Inauguration Roller Skaters' Ball
@ FunkyTown Roller Rink 1720 19th St (@ Wisconsin) SF
come skate dressed as your favorite politician at the off-playa home of the Black Rock Roller Disco $10, $5 skate rental

Inauguration Day - Celebrate The End of an Error! Ding Dong the Bush is Gone!
Live Bands and Insightfull Speakers + Bush Shoe Toss Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Ashkenaz 1317 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley 8 pm $10 in advance $13 at the door
Live Bands Include: Eostar Kamala and Friends Los Bros Marimba Pacifica
Speakers for the New Era Include:
Global Exchange Cop Watch Code Pink World Can't Wait Raw Spirit Festival
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance
(We will also be tabling and Carol Brouillet has been invited to speak).
Peace Action West
For more Information contact: Hadley [at]
Online tickets/Website Details at

Jan 21 Martial Law in USA. Prepare as if for an earthquake: store food and water.
Joe Biden and Colin Powel foretell of "tests of Obama's admin..." on this day.

WORSE YET. The Federal Reserve is siphoning off a TRILLION DOLLARS a day, evacuating it overseas.
We have only spent a TRILLION dollars in IRAQ this decade. And the FED is purging the US at a Trillion dollars per week.
They are LOOTING the USA as fast as they can BEFORE we figure out what's going on. GOODBYE. Nice knowin ya.

BYE, BYE BUSH! Immigrants & Workers demand CHANGE and JUSTICE from Newsom to Obama!
Wed, Jan 21, 2009 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM San Francisco City Hall San Francisco
4pm inside city hall (in main lobby at stairs) procession to supervisors & mayor
5:30pm vigil in front of city hall please wear white

Wed 1/21: 9pm-2am: Worthy @ Vessel 85 Campton Place (@ Stockton St)
Infatuation Wednesdays feat. local Dirtybird DJ favorite free, free vodka 9-10pm, 2 for 1 well drinks

Fri Sat & Sun Jan 23rd-25th 8pm @ The Regency Center in SF

Sat, Jan 24, 10:30 AM - noon Stop the War on Women- Unite to Fight!
Assemble at the end of Market Street at the Embarcadero SF

FREE HULA HOOP JAM (if the weather is nice)
Sunday, January 25th: DOLORES PARK - From 2 to 4pm on the Dolores Street side of the park, typically by the palm trees between 19th and 20th.
To subscribe to the Bay Area Hoopers list, send an email to: bah [at]

Introduction to Erotic Massage Wednesday, January 28, 7-8:30 pm FREE or $5

Sat, Jan 31, 8-10 PM Aaron Glantz and Norman Solomon
First Cong Church of Oakland 2501 Harrison St Oakland

Introduction to Painless Pleasurable Anal Play for Men and Women Thu Feb 5, 7-8:30 pm FREE or $5

First wknd in June

June 12-14 2009 Santa Rosa, CA

SUNSET Summer Campout - July 17-18-19 415.820.1664

Aug 31-Sep 7 2009 Black Rock City, NV

Sep 26-28 2009 Laytonville, CA

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.

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

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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
Fellowship of Humanity Events 390 27th St Oakland @ Telegraph/Broadway events, art receptions, music, film, etc. Monthly Raw Food Potlucks (san rafael) Barefoot Boogie and DanceJams

2009 Previous Calendars:
SF events 1.13 BURNING MAN TIX on sale TOMORROW
SF events 1.9 Sat 11 AM Israel out of Gaza
Sf events 1.6 The Secret Rulers of the World

2008 Previous Calendars:
SF events 12.30 Store food and water in case of earthquake
SF events 12.24 happy holidays
SF events 12.19 NO! on Prop8 Sat 3-6pm Union Square
SF events 12.17
SF events 12.12 safe pet food
SF events 12.10
SF events 12.2 water
SF events 11.28 Buy Nothing Day
SF events 11.21 NO TAX NO IRS see Nov 23 for this event:
Fremont Nov 23 Attorney Tom Cryer What The Government Doesnt Want You To Know About The I R S
SF events 11.18 NO TAX NO IRS see Nov 23 for this event:
Fremont Nov 23 Attorney Tom Cryer What The Government Doesnt Want You To Know About The I R S
SF events 11.13 GreenFest this Weekend!
SF events 11.11 Greeen Festival this weekend!
SF events 11.7 PROP 8 protest march FRI Nov 7 5:30pm SF CIVIC CENTER 7th and Market
SF events 11.3 Vote Tuesday. Revolt Wednesday.
SF events 10.29 INFERNO Friday 9p-4a Regency Center: 1270 Sutter Street @ Van Ness
SF events 10.23 who wants stuff?
SF events 10.16 AliceInWonderlandFri. DoloresParkSoapBoxDerbySat.
SF events 10.14
SF events 10.10 )'( MoonTowerMarinSat. DeCompression Sun Oct 12 Noon-2am
just $10 in Costume! BYO picnic lunch, party on the grass in Esprit Park!
plus four city blocks On Indiana Street between Mariposa and 22nd, SF
SF events 10.7 )'( DeCompression Sun Oct 12 Noon-2am just $10 in Costume! BYO picnic lunch, party on the grass in Esprit Park!
plus four city blocks On Indiana Street between Mariposa and 22nd, SF
SF events 10.3 LoveFest Saturday rain or shine. Sat/Sun GG Park VegFest and BlueGrass
SF events 9.26 FriCritMass SatReallyFreeMktDolPark SunFolsomStFair

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also seek individuals or non profits to come and take away all my stuff for fundraising or furnishing or art...

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SF events 8.19 Desert requires Bike this year, with BIG tires. Camp is Bigger!
SF events 8.15 Duck and Cover
SF events 8.12 Tutu Tues. Wed Prostitution. Fri1015Folsom. SatNakedBeachDay.
SF events 8.7 FirstThuArt. FriHoopDay+SoulRevival+REVOLUTION. SatBootieCoda
SF events 8.5 Wed5-6pmFreezeActPowell/Market. Thu SFBG best of Bay. Fri 8/8/8 HulaHoopDay + ANON285-9th@Folsom
SF events 8.1 GUN CONTROL WORKS ask the experts: Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot
SF events 7.30 I will not comply
SF events 7.25 Nuzzle Tonight. Monterey beach burn Sat. )'( Participarade Sunday!
SF events 7.22 Webster Tarpley Historical changes in false flag terrorism
SF events 7.17 Burningman Desert Arts Preview Tonight 6:30pm!
SF events 7.15 Burningman Desert Arts Preview Thurs 7pm!
SF events 7.12 COSMIC DRIVER free tonight. Burning Man Desert Art Preview 7pm Thu 7/17
SF events 7.9 REVOLT because congress is criminal
SF events 7.2 REVOLT for Independence. study the laws of sovereignty
Sf Events 6.26 FriTransMarch. SatDykeMarch. SunPride. FREE STUFF in Dolores Park b4 Trans Fri + b4 Dyke Sat.
Sf Events 6.24
SF events 6.20 )'( Precompression Fri. Sat Solstice San Geronimo. Sun Sunset + )'( PrepareForPlaya
SF events 6.17 UCBoaksNOW. SaveTheBayToday. )'(PreComFri. Raindance,BigOneWknd. )'(PrepForPlayaSun.
SF events 6.13 )'(OpulentTempleFri )'(BBQ-A-NoobieVolunteerPic-i-nicSat YogaTaiChiSat NorthBeachFestSun
SF events 6.11 SagradaTempleFundraiserThu OpulentTempleFri BBQnewbieSat YogaTaiChiSat
SF events 6.5 Harmony Festival Weekend Santa Rosa
SF events 6.3 FreeMuseumWeek June5BankHoliday HarmonyFestWknd SunStopTheSprayLiveConcert
SF events 5.27 ChevWrong BAD OIL. NoSpray aerial pesticides GGbridge walk Sat.
SF events 5.21 Lightning in a Bottle Thu-Mon plus CARNAVAL green zone Sat/Sun
SF events 5.15 Bay to Breakers is SUNDAY May 18
SF events 5.13 Bay to Breakers Sunday 5.18
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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