Oakland, Berkeley, And East Bay News, Events, Restaurants, Music, & Arts
Mark Wagner is one of the greatest artists I know. He is passionate and a genius in organizing these street chalk happenings with kids. Very valuable.
From a Dutch photographer and admirer of Mark Wagner's work, Patricia Steur.
Christi Phillips deftly shuttles the reader between 17th century London and modern-day Cambridge. I couldn't make up my mind which world I liked best.
This Saturday, July 17, Bitter Honeys will perform a special FREE SHOW at THE CRESCENT HOTEL: 417 Stockton Street (near Union Square), San Francisco, CA. Doors at 8pm.
That's really gneiss. I'm glad to see you're not taking him for granite.
Just for the sake of precision: MOG's library has 8 million songs and we add at least 13,000-15,000 each week! Thanks so much EBX for the shout-out, we're proud to be an East Bay start-up!
Well deserved. It's a great read!
Not very good at all!
Needed to be more informative and descriptive!
Personally, I think that!
The rest is your kind consideration!
berkeley's art house gallery and cultural center* presents:
'ava bird and friends'
A SHAKTI SOULSTICE CELEBRATION!
sunday december 6th
2905 shattuck av
A SHAKTI SOULSTICE CELEBRATION is an enchanting evening honoring the goddess cosmos energies of birth, deliverance, creation, manisfestation, giving, origination, existence and the creative spirit inherent in all women. Please come out and celebrate local women poets, writers, musicians, and artists and support Berkeley’s newest and coolest and most psychedelic art gallery, which gives space and preference to local artists.
A SHAKTI SOULSTICE features the bay’s finest female voices that ring out pleasure and pain, love and lust, the wicked and wise, ecstasy and energy, jump for joy and join an enthusiastic audience to celebrate the birth of another mother earth new beginning, smiling at the arrival of 2010. Come celebrate originality, re-birth and co-creation with us!
SHAKTI SOULSTICE is:
ava bird: poet, rhymes the radical!
akasa: shamanic enchantress
kayla sussell: funny, serious, sometimes sour at 77!
jeanne lupton: poet performer
laura riggs: architect, writer
La Tigresa: author, activist, performer
steffysue on the yuke: ukulele strummer songstress
may garsson: sassy, serious yet funny
420 special: honoring the sacred prayer time
Awesome band. I just saw them last night at Courthouse Square in Redwood City. They rocked the Square! They are, by far, the best cover band I have ever seen in my 44 years. I am a freelance photojournalist and this was the best music event I have ever covered. I will follow their music for sure. Glad they are an East Bay band!
to see my photos, go to: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pixieclipx/3976742889/
click on the link and then browse all the photos from this event.
Love the bar, nice friendly atmosphere, very fun, friendly people.... =)
Thanks, readers and thanks EAST BAY EXPRESS!
cast & crew of cafe(504)
I've found that Cajun-Zydeco events are a REAL ATTITUDE AJUSTMENT to begin with----
learn the basics and then you can just get real silly-----dont need to drink, smoke, or cuss,
just get out on the dance floor----les bon Temps roulon---merci beaucoup.
Cick the JCGarrettArt.com link above to see plenty of images.
Yes. I would like to comment that you; ( The Express ), should accompany this article with some examples of Mr. Garrett's work. I would like to see some pictures here.
go mere. win!
i have only just discoverd susan danis wonderful work . . im from london and in the last months of my ma in sculpture and most people are striping it back . no i say more colour more stuff more fun more joy in the encounter and beyond i am so pleased i have found her work . . brilliant!
i really Love what thease guy are doing please give them more recucnition love and support for they are changeing the minds of the young men and women in the bay area they are the best and personallly their vigor joy and passion for dance has motivated me to chase my DREAMS, god bless the Turf Feinz and my all there dreams come true
Hello dear friend Artist General Shri Michael....So thrilled to see a film, at last, is coming out about you and your great work, just the other day I re-watched "Rivers and Tides" on Andy Goldsworthy and "Touch the Sound" on percussionist-extraordinaire Evelyn Glenning and said "now there needs to be a film about my crazy wisdom-street healer-music genius poet friend Mike Masley,and 30 years of soulful toil later I will finally be able to watch you in my living room, followed by many in-person visits I hope and wine and such as I am moving to sacred Santa Cruz, again, in June '09, planning to definitely look you up because you are a One and Only, someone who stayed on their Path, whose music, then and Now lights up the fire in my chest, see you soon from the bowels of the Campus Inn and 8 years of W's hell-on-earth-in America, your Imposter friend....Jeff Rockwell, barking at you like a coyote from across the country, hail to Art!!! All-Ways.
Am i the only one to post here??? WTF
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