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Re: “The Home [Away From] Home Art Festival

The location is actually Eastshore Park at Lake Merritt (550 El Embarcedro Oakland, CA) and not Berkeley.

Thanks for the coverage Sarah!

Posted by Jon Teklai on 09/13/2014 at 6:53 PM

Re: “Pieces of Oakland

Pieces of Oakland is a mashup of visual images and maps from the past and the present, and plans for the future. Love the true Vision that is the heart of this exhibit. Oakland is alive, a place with history and character, and can be found through this exhibit. It is easier to get to the next place if you know where you are starting. The future of Oakland I got from this exhibit is Hope.

Posted by Sally Aderton on 09/09/2014 at 7:15 PM

Re: “Grand Lake Farmers' Market

it's just not a real saturday without at least a cruise through the market to say hi to my favorite vendors or see my neighbors. Period...

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Posted by Bill Lyons on 09/05/2014 at 11:13 AM

Re: “Offerings: A Feminist Festival of Transformative Arts

This festival is now an one day event on September 14th Only. Passes are $0 - $75.

The festival will take place at Oakland Peace Center Fellowship Hall, 259 29th Street, Oakland

★ NO ONE TURNED AWAY FOR LACK OF FUNDS. ALL WELCOME! ★

All details are at www.sirenfestival.org.

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★ Please spread the word in solidarity with the healing power of Feminist Creativity ★


Dear East Bay Community,

I am writing to you in behalf of appx. 50 Women I have been working with over the last 3 months who are bringing their arts & healing offerings to celebrate Feminist Creativity in Community for Healing & Empowerment at Offerings - A Feminist Festival of Transformative Arts on Sunday, September 14th, at Oakland Peace Center Fellowship Hall, 259 29th Street, Oakland (opposite Grocery Outlet).

And we would love you to consider joining us.

The festivities start at 9 am and goes till 10 pm. Check out the full day schedule at www.sirenfestival.org

- The day starts with wellness practices (including labyrinth walk w/drumming and somatic healing through contact improv).

- After lunch we have a variety of learnings in small groups with 10 workshop facilitators.

- The afternoon sees us doing storytelling, dancing and singing in a big circle, all of us together followed by some performances of unique nature.

- We then sit down to share a meal as we engage in a community gift exchange.

- After dinner we enjoy the Siren Show (Pilgrimage) which includes International Women's Choir singing songs from around the globe, Women Acting Out Theater group staging "Of Mothers and Daughters", Dance Dialogue Troupe showcasing their exploration "What is Home" and Poetic Performers expressing their inner journeys. We also have guest artists Ash Fisher doing comedy and Kym Trippsmith singing empowering songs.

- We close with a candle light ceremony around fire dancing.

You are welcome to come for the full day ($75) or just for the Show ($25) or any section of of the day at an appropriate cost. If you would like to come, don't let money or your inability to attend the whole day stop you. Contact me (Roke) and we will figure something out. It's going to be a beautiful experience but only if you join us. We won't turn anyone away for lack of funds!

Website: www.sirenfestival.org
Buy Passes: www.sirenofferings.eventbrite.com
(Low Income Discount & Volunteer Shifts available!)
Questions? Contact Roke at 510.681.9740 or festivalsiren@gmail.com

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Posted by Roke Noir on 09/04/2014 at 12:32 PM

Re: “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

The director, Michael French, is on the COVER of the latest EB Express Arts Preview Edition without explanation... but come and see what he has made of this brilliant, intelligent, and funny exploration of The World's Worst Sinner. Witnesses called to the stand include Mother Theresa, Caiaphas, Sigmund Freud and Satan himself, with appearances by a filthy-mouthed St. Monica, "Mary Mags," some Apostles, and Jesus himself. Amazing performances in an exciting little black box — Oakland's first dedicated theater space! Downtown where Broadway and Telegraph meet, about a block from the Fox.

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Posted by Kristen Caven on 08/29/2014 at 11:30 AM

Re: “Fragglefest

This is going to be a great event for an amazing individual.

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Posted by Daniel G Sauter on 08/22/2014 at 8:30 PM

Re: “Free Concert ~ Music on the Main feat. Zydeco, Jazz, and YOU!

Best Zydeco in the Bay Area!

Posted by Ed Chainey on 08/19/2014 at 10:50 PM

Re: “Thank You for Making Dan Siegel a Best of the East Bay 2014 Winner!

Is there a typo in your award. Did you mean to say that Mr. Siegel is the most REgressive candidate?

Bringing armed police into OUSD in 2000 is not PROgressive, is it?

Touting Oakland Public Bank, yet using Wells Fargo for the campaign account is not PROgressive, is it?

Running a conventional campaign that compels him to lend (not donate) $100k to his fund in NOT PROgressive, is it?

Please forgive my unwavering determination to expose the dirt in our politics.

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Posted by Saied Karamooz on 08/13/2014 at 8:57 AM

Re: “Thank You for Making Dan Siegel a Best of the East Bay 2014 Winner!

What we need in An Oakland Mayor is a fiscally responsible moderate . You hail Dan as your progressive poster boy but he's more then that. Being a leftist, I wouldn't vote for him for anything. Not all EBE are progressive and I find your publication biased
Jim Zigenis
Oakland

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Posted by Jim Zigenis on 08/13/2014 at 6:59 AM

Re: “The Gumbo Mix of Jazz, Soul, & Comedy

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/californ…

seems like a rotating location?

Posted by Chaya Bell-Gumaer on 08/09/2014 at 5:57 PM

Re: “The Gumbo Mix of Jazz, Soul, & Comedy

where is this event?

Posted by Chaya Bell-Gumaer on 08/09/2014 at 5:51 PM

Re: “The Rogers

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/246890802184299/

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Posted by Jane Dove on 08/04/2014 at 10:05 AM

Re: “Laurel Street Fair

I have been the coordinator for 3 years now, after this review was written. Each year we have more and more people (8,000 people came last year alone). We have a great line up of entertainment on the stage, kid's carnival rides, a petting zoo, over 90 community and craft vendors and over 15 food vendors.

Bring the whole family - if you want to beat the crowds, come at the beginning, as it gets full of folks later in the afternoon. Personally, I think it is a wonderful, family oriented and neighborly fair.

Posted by Laurel Street Fair on 07/24/2014 at 3:50 PM

Re: “Two Trains Running

Tickets @ www.lowerbottomplayaz.com

Posted by Ayodele Nzinga on 07/24/2014 at 12:36 AM

Re: “PF Sloan

THIS IS A RARE SHOW! One night only in California!

Posted by haroldadler on 07/17/2014 at 9:26 AM

Re: “PF Sloan

Saturday July 19th: PF Sloan wrote: 'Secret Agent Man & 'Eve of Destruction (Barry McGuire, The Mamas And The Papas, The Grassroots, The Searchers, Herman's Hermits, The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band, The Turtles, Johnny Rivers).

Singer songwriter PF Sloan makes a very special Bay Area appearance on Saturday July 19th at Art House Gallery & Cultural Center 2905 Shattuck Ave in Berkeley CA. 94705 510-472-3170

This will be his only California show, don't miss it. Phil we be reading passages from his new book "What's Exactly The Matter With Me", doing a Q & A session, signing autographs and playing many of the hit songs that he is famous for such as Eve Of Destruction, Secret Agent Man, You Baby, Here's Where You Belong, Sins Of The Family, Halloween Mary, and so many more. The last time he played in the Bay Area was in 2009 at West Fest. Don't miss this rare chance to see a true living legend play live.

He wrote, performed and Produced Billboard top 20 hits for artists such as Barry McGuire, The Searchers, Jan and Dean, Herman's Hermits, Johnny Rivers, The Grass Roots, and The Mamas & the Papas.

Hear some of your favorite songs. Buy his new CD "My Beethoven" and buy his new book "What Exactly's The Matter With Me". This will be a special night and you will not want to miss this rare appearance by one of the greatest songwriters of our times.

THIS IS THE ONLY NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PERFORMANCE!

Doors 7PM Show 7:30PM only $15. - $20. Donation

Advance tickets at https://www.paypal.com/us/home adlerphotos@yahoo.com Harold Adler

ALL AGES and WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE

Posted by haroldadler on 07/17/2014 at 9:25 AM

Re: “Beast Crawl Literary Festival

This looks amazing! Can't wait. For details on who is reading where, go to
http://beastcrawl.weebly.com/

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Posted by janey skinner on 07/10/2014 at 7:58 PM

Re: “Wente Vineyards Concert Series

This is going to be a great event...See you there!

Posted by Bostyon Johnson on 07/09/2014 at 2:23 PM

Re: “Sunday Hang & Jam

Address?!?!

Posted by Jacob Kessel on 07/06/2014 at 11:00 AM

Re: “Los Microwaves

Dick and Jane Hella Mad Records....
Greg Langston
June 17 at 9:36am

Dear Dick and Jane, Thank you for the great performance last Saturday. I am always skeptical when I see acoustic instead of electric

and sometimes as we get older, performers mellow and tone down their performances. (Some call it their "mature" phase.) I see that time

and time again. Maybe I need to grow to appreciate that more but This was not the case with Dick and Jane. The powerful performance

evoked the anger and sparse nature of early punk rock/experimental genres. Linda and Dave are reunited to create the magic that they

did together 25 years ago when they played on the same bill as No Alternative at Gilman st. I look forward to seeing them again!

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Posted by davivd dalton boyd on 06/26/2014 at 12:20 AM

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