|Slam Tonight!||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: oaklandish-list (oaklandish-listoaklandish.com)|
|Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 11:02:43 -0700 (PDT)|
From the East Bay Express: THU 4/14 - Back in 1998, in "A Renaissance Revolutionist's Plea," Bay Area poet Mike McGee wished for ... a world where skies are gray when they need to be/When autumn eats summer/I want the sun in due time/When spring pounces on winter and shoves it up a depressed poet's ass/I want my revolution. There's a good chance McGee has seen some of his revolution, having won a grip of poetry slam prizes in 2003 and hauled his "stand-up poetry" across the continent. Tonight he'll be the featured guest at the Oakland(ish) Slam Series, which happens the second Thursday of each month through June. Sign up to compete for cash and a chance to participate in the national slam at 7:30 p.m.; show is at 8:30. 411 2nd Street, Oakland, near Jack London Square. $5. 510-451- 2677. -- Stefanie Kalem
ALSO: Don't miss "4:20'ISH" Party next Wednesday, & "Bum's Paradise" (Albany Bulb Documentary) Screening & Reception - Saturday April 23rd
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