Oakland, Berkeley, And East Bay News, Events, Restaurants, Music, & Arts
Are you kidding Bob Enos Soundwave is amazing. The acoustics are great and they are all musicians who just love to play.
Doors are actually at 7pm.
RSVP on the Facebook event here: http://www.facebook.com/events/35414618134…
this is not a free show! there is a $7 cover! http://www.facebook.com/events/48814450456…
Delicious with great presentation. Really lived up to traditional Japanese Ramen. The marriage of the soup and noodle was spot on! Glad to see that Oakland has another fantastic POPUP catering to traditional Asian food cuisine. Keep up it up Ramen Man!
Great Story ... wish I could attend, but I'm in Nashville/Lebanon, TN. K
Great group! $40 a month membership goes toward other arts programs within the Art Beat Foundation.
This party is now located at The Night Light. Same great DJs and all the good people you are used to.
Sorry, this event has been canceled.
The map shown on this page is incorrect... the ArtWalk centers around 2900 Ford St., Oakland.
Featuring: David Cronin and Jami Fender-Cronin
Hans Raag & Strange Angels Blues Band
Bryan Uhlenbrock, Doug Jones, Tom Molyneaux & Paul Herzoff
LaWanda Ultan & Alan Macleod
and other Special & Surprise Guests!
BRING YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER LEFTOVERS
Where: Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley CA 94705
When: Friday Night Nov.23rd
Door is 6:00PM Show Begins at 7PM-10PM
Donation: $10.00 -100.00
To help Art House Gallery Soundproof the Building & To continue producing the wonderful cultural events we have been doing for over 3 years.. PLEASE HELP NOW!
If you will not be able to attend but want to contribute
Please mail a check Payable to : Harold Adler
6114 La Salle Ave # 212
Oakland CA 94611
OR Art House Has an account a PayPal - account - is email@example.com
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!
East Bay Brass Band is amazing!
Tribute night at the Starry Plough brings tributes to the 2 biggest bands to come out of the Athens, GA music scene: The B-52s and R.E.M. Get in your Chrysler - big as a whale - and travel the dirty back roads of Athens with high-energy tribute Private Idaho ( http://www.facebook.com/pages/Private-Idaho-Band/132835800291?fref=ts )for all your surf-influenced party hits. R.E.M. tribute band Chronic Town ( http://www.facebook.com/chronictowntribute )have channeled Athens' favorite sons since 2004 and deliver an experience not unlike the real animal, starting at 9:30.
Where is this event at in the plaza? I looked tonight but couldn't find it or anyone who knew about it. No contact number either.
Ok Lobsters back! Join us for the next two weeks!
Over the past year, CCSVI Clinic and its researchers and specialists have been studying the Combination venoplasty/autologous stem cell infusion protocol developed by Regenetek Cellular Technologies with the collaboration of outside labs and bioproducts manufacturers. As laboratory techniques gain ever-increasing sophistication based on new scientific methodologies for enhancing somatic cells into preferred lineages in vitro, the therapeutic outcomes for patients with neurological disorders have also been improving. Deb O’Connell who was treated at the Clinic in mid-September, 2012 recovered so quickly from her serious long-term degenerative disease condition that she experienced a wave of improvements while still in the hospital.
It’s a matter of medical record that Deb had been wheelchair bound for 10 years (completely non-ambulatory) with multiple co-morbidities when she entered the program on September 9; she was 9.5 on the EDSS scale as assessed by a neurologist, was down to 80 lbs in body weight, could not breathe effectively, speak, or take in food by mouth due to dysphagia. Her pain was chronic and significant. When she left the Clinic on September 24th , she walked out of the doors and into a waiting van to go to the airport. At the time of her discharge from the Clinic, she could breathe normally, effectively speak once again, eat any types of food she desired and her pain had all but disappeared. At the time of this writing she is back home in Canada and reports that she continues to recover (especially her contractured hands), shows no signs of new disease symptoms, and has gained 18 lbs since her therapies, less than 3 weeks ago. She has now begun a regular physiotherapy program and is gaining walking strength and balance. The recapitulation of the course of her disease (MS) within days, provides evidence that the in vitro requirement of cell pluripotency has correctly been identified with respect to adult cell source origin, time, and manipulation in culture. http://www.ccsviclinic.ca/?p=1084
It's gonna be a clusterfuck!
This is temporarily on hiatus as the quality has gone down. Sorry for the inconvenience. We will bring it back as soon as the quality returns.
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