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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.
Tickets @ www.lowerbottomplayaz.com
THIS IS A RARE SHOW! One night only in California!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org Harold Adler
ALL AGES and WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE
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This is going to be a great event...See you there!
Dick and Jane Hella Mad Records....
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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The Lunchbox Project is such a positive event and the issue of disposable single-use foodware in our streets needs to be talked about more. Thank you Clean Water Action for bringing an event to East Oakland!
This isn't weekly. It's usually monthly, but can be sporadic.
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I have been looking forward to this for weeks!
Karin Turner - KarinsArt.com's creative public studio is domiciled at American Steel Studios is participating in this interactive exhibit!
Her studio is open for visits both days, and her paintings can be viewed inside the Poplar Gallery at American Steel Studios.
Attend her free artist's talk held at her happy studio space #43 Sun 10May: 3pm-3:45pm.
see you soon,
karin turner the artist
Special guests Country Joe McDonald, and Hali Hammer and Randy Berge will provide entertainment, and lend their support to saving Knowland Park from the Oakland Zoo's destructive plan to "develop" the open space into a theme park for paying customers.
This farmers' market is next to the BART station, not at Kennedy Park FYI :)
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Fantastic show with an amazing, talented cast of local actors. Go see Music Man!
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