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I love Queer Camp!
I attended a few years ago to one of the first weekend camps that was held. I found myself in a wonderful balance of childhood activities like lanyards and tie-dye along with adult discussion sessions around family connections, self worth & cultural diversity. Hiking and dancing, music and singing, so many chances to be creative and to find my true self.
I highly recommend attending Queer Camp, regardless of your age and orientation. It's a welcoming place for all people.
Really excited for this event featuring a post movie discussion with Melina Abdullah who was featured in this documentary.
Catahoula Coffee Roasters is one of the best things to happen to Richmond in a long time. The coffee is great and the owner, Timber, is the best! He is always doing things for the neighborhoods and community. Who has a customers appreciation day every year!
Great intimate venue with a hip big city vibe and great sound system - almost went 4 stars for lack of drinks, but actually that makes it even cooler - bring exactly whatever you want to drink! Pro tip: bring a small cooler and consider offering the band a drink!
The best musical I have seen. It was a professionally done and reminded me of a Broadway show. It also featured a live band.This is the show you don't want to miss. It was simple wonderful!
Correction: The morning photo shoots start at 10 a.m. You're welcome to bring props and as many books as you want. Everyone is invited. Laney Library.
Family owned restaurant from Oakland who bring a unique taste of Mexico City Cuisine. This restaurant has stayed true to its ingredients and Mexican Recipes. Huitlacoche quesadillas and the green pozole are among my favorite dishes. Weekends are a must for their smoke lamb.
C&M&F was joined by Raul Ramirez on drums and John McArdle on Bass. Guest stars included Jet Black Pearl, Wayne Harris, Crystal Miller and a room packed with birthday celebrants, all enjoying the delicious food from Bacheesos Restaurant. Craig & MacGregor & Friends rock the house every Wednesday. $5 All you can eat before it disappears starts at 7pm. See you next week.
Hello My name is Joyce Bellot:
I was at your Bowling Alley 1/27/17 where I hosted a party for my daughter and friends. The party was for some people with unique mental, physical, and emotional challenges. The total group was 15 people , they had a wonderful time! Your Host Monica K and Brady checked in frequently with me to see if everything was going well, and when there were problems they were right on hand to fix or resolve issues! So hats off to South Shore Lanes for helping me to provide such a fun memorable event for my daughter and friends! Your staff was very friendly and fun! I won"t hesitate
to use your facility again.
Sorry, folks, the Conga Lounge has been closed since 2015
Featured readers are often well awarded and published poets, yet the sessions in a private room in the restaurant are receptive and this is a good place for Open Mic where even a 1st-time reader can feel comfortable among the more established voices.
the restaurant is located close to the federal buildings if you are driving by is hard to see it. The food is really good and different good presentation and ceviches is a must. If you are looking for Peruvian food now don't have to go San Francisco Tambo is the wat to go.
A great Uptown venue! The bar offerings, especially mezcal & tequila, are intruiging. And the food, based on their Oaxacan theme, is tasty and creative. Well worth a visit! Beautiful decor and superb food presentation. Wait staff is friendly and attentive.
The atmosphere and service were spot on and the food was so good!
Overview here: https://medium.com/broken-skin/exhibition-charts-a-traumatic-evolution-of-californian-water-use-65eafe2a60b8#.qpj9hsrvk
Great travel adventure!
An amazing slow pay off indie drama, which build more and more for every minute!
Probably my favorite bar in the East Bay... Would be here all too often if I lived a little closer.
I love that people seem to hate their bartenders... Only had a problem once and it was an honest mistake.
Cheap, heavy pours and good food.
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