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Murder is Served (With a Side of Kimchi)

, Fri., Oct. 31, 6:30-9 p.m.
Murder is Served (With a Side of Kimchi)
In honor of Halloween, West Oakland’s FuseBOX (2311A Magnolia St.) offers further proof that murder is a dish best served cold — or perhaps drizzled with garlic-and-ginger infused olive oil and eaten with a side of kimchi. On October 31, guests at FuseBOX will enjoy dinner and a show, as Amanda Moody will be on hand to perform excerpts from her award-winning one-woman show Serial Murderess, which offers a glimpse into the mind of women who kill. As for dinner, chef Sunhui Chang’s $45 prix-fixe will include such offerings as bone marrow prepared two ways, grilled octopus with cho jang, and a choice of three entrées: a monkfish and clam stew, rabbit barigoule, and a vegetarian option. A drink is included in the cost of admission. Reserve your seat by calling 510-444-3100. $45
FuseBOX 2311-A Magnolia Ave., Oakland (map)


Underground Runway: “Class”

Sat., Nov. 1, 1-3 p.m.
Draped long dresses, shirts, coats with beads...seasons change and fashion proceeds. Join Underground Runway for the Fall 2014 Fashion show, “Class,” where fashion and art together embrace its "change". Free
Transmission Gallery 770 West Grand Ave., Oakland (map)


Experimental Space

Saturdays. Continues through Nov. 2
A show of academic scientific research projects that resulted in extraordinarily dynamic visual data. Free
Aggregate Space 801 West Grand Ave., Oakland (map)


Open Mic Comedy

Sundays, 8 p.m.
A weekly open mic for both veteran and up-and-coming comedians. one-drink minimum
Continental Club 1658 12th St., Oakland (map)


Preschool Storytime

, Wednesdays, 10:30-11 a.m.
With stories, songs, and activities for children ages 3 to 5. free
Oakland Public Library, Golden Gate Branch 5606 San Pablo Ave., Oakland (map)


BE A FOUNDER: Invest in Healthy Community, Good Fresh Food, a Thriving Oakland

BE A FOUNDER: Invest in Healthy Community, Good Fresh Food, a Thriving Oakland
Help People’s Community Market create a full-service neighborhood food store, health resource center and community hub that supports West Oakland families to attain healthier and more socially connected lives.

here are no full-service grocery stores in West Oakland…even though 11,000 local families collectively spend over $58 million a year on groceries! As a result, they have to go through a lot of hassle to stock their pantries and often must shop at corner stores that carry mostly processed, poor quality foods sold at high prices.

We’re offering California residents the opportunity to buy shares in our company and become Founding Shareholders in the entrepreneurial solution we’re creating for the nutritional and social wellbeing of West Oakland families.

This is not a donation. It’s not a Wall Street investment. This is a real local investment that makes a positive social impact while earning a return of 3% annual interest + 1% store credit.

For more information:

People's Community Market 1814 Franklin St. Suite 800, Oakland (map)


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