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The 5th annual Poetry Battle of ALL of the Sexes for Valentines Poetry & Music

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Date:
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Time:
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Type:
Fundraiser
Organizer/Author:
Lisa Gray-Garcia
Email:
Phone:
(510) 435-7500
Location Details:
Uncle Al n Mama Dee's Cafe @ POOR Magazine -
2940 16th st #301 San Francisco, Ca 94103

Press Contact:

Lisa Gray-Garcia/ PoorNewsNetwork (510) 435-7500 /(415) 863-6306

The 5th annual Poetry Battle of ALL of the Sexes for Valentines Poetry & Music will be hosted by Elvis

When: 7pm, Tuesday, February 14th

Where: Uncle Al n Mama Dee's Cafe @ POOR Magazine -

2940 16th st #301 San Francisco, Ca 94103

Donation for Dinner n Show: $5-20.00


The 2012 Battle will feature a Homemade Healthy Dinner and Dessert. Revolutionary Beats n Flows, Music n Shows-

and our Ancestors Glow

On a day normally equated with cutesy hallmark cards, flowers and candy, challenge your partner (or future partner) to a battle of spoken word, hip hop, poetry and/or flowetry in the ring! Singles welcome. If you don't have a partner, we'll hook you up.

This year’s theme will be a 1950’s lounge – with both singers, poets and hip hop artists

To be a music or poetry contender wit yo beatz, flows or sho sign up on-line by emailing deeandtiny@ poormagazine.org. Each Contender pays $10.00 to enter. Winners work will be published in the San Francisco Bay View and POOR Magazine

All proceeds go to support POOR Magazine, a poor people-led/indigenous people led, arts organization dedicated to providing revolutionary media access, arts education and advocacy to communities struggling with poverty and racism locally and globally.
Added to the calendar on Tue, Jan 17, 2012 2:56PM
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