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Address correction: The Alley is located at 2309 Encinal Ave. Alameda, CA, 94501
This show is actually on the 14th! If you could please amend that?
It would be a blessing to receive this much-needed help and even the more, to be able to participate in this study; it would reveal important information toward the treatment of PTSD in veterans with conditions such as my husbands.
I believe that it should be a requirement that all city officials and police chiefs throughout California should see this display so that they can have the unbiased truth about this plant and how politics have steered public opinion on this issue,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Where is this???
One more thing the event goes from 5-10pm
This is awesome! Lets get Oakland Small Biz online for Summer 2016!!!
Bring 10-15 copies of the piece you want to share with you! Call 510-881-7700 with any questions.
This is the coolest open streets event filled with art, bikes, kids and music!
For a historical tidbit, I met Jesse in 96' while he was touring with Filth. I was selling an assortment of Lookout 45's in my music case and I was selling his old Blatz records. He introduced himself as Jesse Blatz to me
There will be a reception for the artist, Friday, June 3, from 6-8pm!
There will be a reception for the artists Saturday, June 4, from 5-8pm. A fundraiser for arts programs in the Albany public schools will happen at the same time in the adjacent empty lot.
Show has been cancelled!!!! The Oakland Metro had issues.
Show runs from May 6th, through July 30, 2016
What's in a scribble, where does it come from, and why are we drawn to draw? Come explore the work of two brilliant Bay Area artists who challenge you to look at what we find under the bed. Don't fear the cheeky beastie.
This exhibit is a benefit for FAAS, FLOAT Gallery will be donating the galleries sales percentage of art sales to the shelter:
Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS) shelters and finds new homes for more than 1,200 homeless Alameda animals a year. It relies greatly on donations from the public to help ensure that each adoptable animal gets a second chance in a new loving home. Find a new best friend at
Can I tell a little more about the way I run this crazy thing? If you get up to tell a true story, you win a free drink! Spontaneous Storytelling is a monthly event combining the fun of meeting new people with hearing and telling true stories. How it works: When you come in, you'll be handed an icebreaker game card. The object of the game is to meet each other! You'll seed your mind with stories. After the game, it's time for open-mic stories using themes suggested by the audience. Put your name in the hat, and if you get called up to tell a story, you win a free drink! FREE.
MAY 14th SAT. NIGHT!!!
SEZU (This is Spinal Tap Pacific Gas & Electric the Beau Brummels the Waybacks the Cowlicks) + LSD VISUALS and POTLUCK
Delivering a unique sound with precision & feel, SEZU is a core trio of guitar, keyboards & bass with vocals, with/without drums. All originals, loviingly-crafted & passionately played. Eclectic mix of styles, back-beat driven grooves, sweet melodies & sweeter harmonies.
DAVID KAFFINETTI– Born in England in Folkstone Kent; keyboardist for English rock band Rare Bird, which released 5 albums, (three on Polydor Records; two as first act signed for Charisma, which included the international hit “Sympathy” Genesis’ label). David came to the US with English rock group Natural Gas in 1975, decided to stay and played in L.A. funk rock band Fresh (featured in the movie Almost Summer). Played Viv Savage in mockumentary This is Spinal Tap. He got the gig by charming Rob Reiner – he promised authenticity. Played keys on Chuck Berry’s London Sessions album which was sent to outerspace on board the 1973 Voyager. Moved to the SF Bay Area in the mid-80’s with multiple gigs and sessions all around. He has been in the Bay Area for many years, playing with a variety of musicians and bands.
RANDY (RJ) HUTCHINSON - Hayward, CA, singer/songwriter, acoustic & electric guitar. Creative performing force of SEZU, a prolific songwriter, w/ a unique voice, melodic style &strong rhythmic sense.
KATHY RAY - Born in San Francisco, residing in the East Bay, Kathy has been playing bass for many years, has a unique style she calls groove with verve. Vocal harmonies are a passion.
PETER TUCKER – Born in Boston, MA and described as “one of the most creative percussionists to emerge in rock music,” by Rolling Stone magazine. Pro career started in 60s with the Monks (featuring Brad Delp, later the lead singer for Boston), Guns and Butter (two record deals with Atlantic Records), NY studio work, including work with Richie Havens. West Coast bands included Pacific Gas & Electric, the Beau Brummels, the Waybacks, the Cowlicks. Best known currently as drummer/percussionist for high-octane Americana band Houston Jones. In addition to session work, Peter plays folk, jazz, country and rock in a variety of other music projects, including the Randy Craig Trio and the Sons of Emperor Norton.
Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley CA 94705
PLUS Psychedelic Light show by LSD VISUALS
DONATION is $10. - $20.00
DOOR and POTLICK is 6PM show is 7:30 -10
ALL AGES and WHEELCHAIR ACCESSABLE
IT'S POTLUCK SO PLEASE FOOD and DRINKS!!
uh... Totally incorrect article per the meetup website
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A short hop from Oakland's popular Uptown, Transmission Gallery is home to some of the most interesting and creative California women artists working today. Right now they are featuring Maija Peeples-Bright, the last person standing of the California Funk Movement. Reminiscent of potter Beatrice Wood, Peeples-Bright, is as colorful as one of her art works, which are populated by wildly colorful "primitive" animals she calls "beasties". Check the Gallery for hours. Only drawback is that they are upstairs and there is no elevator in the building.
This listing is incorrect, the show runs the entire month of April and there is a reception Saturday, April 9, from 5-7pm
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