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|Date: Sat, 30 Sep 2006 20:42:14 -0700 (PDT)|
In no particular order... ________________________________________
URBAN CAPTURE THE FLAG: THIS TUESDAY
8:30 pm (until 10 pm) - October 3rd
Frank Ogawa Plaza in front of Oakland City Hall
Bring your running shoes! Of course it's free, silly.
(Afterwards players usually grab a beer together at Radio or Golden Bull).
Electric Vandals presents: THE OAKLAND ARTS CLASH All Proceeds to Benefit Youth Dance Programs in Oakland Friday, October 6, 7-10pm, $12 Malonga Casquelourd Center Theater 1428 Alice St Oakland, CA
Oakland Arts Clash, a showcase of live music, dance and visual arts by local Oakland artists. All proceeds from this Oakland arts adventure will benefit youth dance programs in Oakland. Confirmed artists include: Foga Na Roupa (brazillian dance/music group), Savage Jazz (Modern Dance Company), Dimensions Extensions Performance Ensemble, Art B4 Money, Harvey Cartel, DJ Sake1 (Local 1200s), Dub Esquire, East Bay Rats, KTD Graffiti Arts, and more TBA. Two-Buck-Chuck, PBR Bar & CATERING.
Tickets & info: http://www.myspace.com/oaklandartsclash
THE ILLUMINATED CORRIDOR
This is the next step in outdoor cinema: a nomadic public art installation that creates site-specific illumination of public space, drawing on local traditions of film and live music. The October 6th installation, entitled "Mobility," features the work of over 50 media and sound artists. Each will illuminate our notions of physical, social and economic mobility in the burgeoning Northgate neighborhood: a place of art and manufacture teetering on the borders of Oakland's 10K Plan.
Friday, October 6th 7:11 pm 25th Street between Broadway & Telegraph in Oakland Free and open to the public of all ages http://www.illuminatedcorridor.com
Artists include: Big City Orchestra, Admiral Ted Brinkley (Semi-Ret.) and Hugo Ball Room, Nicholas Chase, Sharon Cheslow and Coterie Exchange [Erika Anderson, Ezra Buchla, George Chen, Vice Cooler, Paul Costuros, Kristy Geschwandtner, Steve Kim, Sam Meister, Steve Touchton, Weasel Walter, Alyssa Wilmot, et alia], Cinepimps [Alfonso Alvarez, Laurie Amat, Keith Arnold, Lucio Menegon, Cynthia Weyukert et alia] Jen Cohen and Guillermo Galindo, Daniel Popsicle, Lance Grabmiller, Veronica de Jesus and Regina Clarkinia, Franz Keller, Killer Banshee, miba, Mike Missiaen, Neshama Alma Band, Neighborhood Public Radio, Kathleen Quillian and Gilbert Guerrero with George Chen we eat dots [Cecilia Elguero, Bookworm, drslone and Brian Rogers]
OAKLAND HERITAGE ALLIANCE LECTURE SERIES
Jeff Norman, Temescal resident and community artist, will present highlights from his new book, "Temescal Legacies: Narratives of Change from a North Oakland Neighborhood." His talk and slide show will cover the rise and fall of the Sacramento Northern Railway (which ran up Shafter Ave.), the building of the Grove-Shafter Freeway (Rt. 24), the undergrounding of Temescal Creek near the DMV, and the relationships between these neighborhood-changing events.
October 12, 2006 - 7:30 pm Chapel of the Chimes 4499 Piedmont Ave., Oakland
OHA Second Thursdays at Chapel of the Chimes Donation: $8 members, $10 non-members For more information, contact: The Oakland Heritage Alliance 510-763-9218 www.oaklandheritage.org ________________________________________
Moon Viewing Festival, Sunday, October 1, 2006.
The Oakland / Fukuoka Sister City Association is celebrating its annual Moon Viewing Festival. The event is free and open to the public. 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Lakeside Park Garden Center, 666 Bellevue Ave. Oakland near Lake Merritt. 5:30-6:30 p.m. Bonsai Garden open and Torii Gate viewing, 6:30 p.m. Koto and Kenpo-Martial arts performance, 7:30 p.m. Telescopic viewing of the moon and other celestial points of interest.
Please visit: http://www.oakland-fukuoka.org
email: info [at] oakland-fukuoka.org
OAKLAND ASIAN CULTURAL CENTER STUDENT SHOWCASE featuring Chinese Folk Dance, Chinese Music, and Ballet. WHEN: Sunday October 1, 2006, 2:00 pm WHERE: Oakland Asian Cultural Center Pacific Renaissance Plaza 388 9th St Ste 290 Oakland, CA 94607 510/637-0455 www.oacc.cc ADMISSION: $5. Ages 5 and up ________________________________________
THE BLACK BIKER MAGAZINE LAUNCH @ Barnes & Nobles, Jack London Square October 1 from 1pm - 5pm http://www.theblackbikermagazine.com ________________________________________
The Oakland Poetry Slam: NEXT SLAM: OCTOBER 20TH – Open-mic & Slam! LOCATION TBA (we know but we're not tellin yet) Hosted by Nazelah and Dahled Sign up @ 7:30, Open-mic @ 8:00, Slam @ 8:30 $5 to watch, $3 to read & for students / teachers ALL AGES! http://myspace.com/OaklandSlam ________________________________________
AN EVENING OF CONSCIENCE for World Can’t Wait
Talk, urgent poetry, music and a challenge to act
with Alice Walker: author of The Color Purple
Daniel Ellsberg: analyst who leaked the “Pentagon Papers”
Elmaz Abinader: poet, author, educator with musician Kamal Ghammache-Mansour
Boots Riley: musician, producer of hip-hop group The Coup
MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 2, 7 PM, GRAND LAKE THEATRE, OAKLAND
BRAND NEW TEES & THICK ZIP HOODY STYLES!
Come pick up that fresh Oaklandish Gear every Saturday at the Grand Lake Farmer's Market.
Or you can find our classic line available at the following retail locations: The Oakland Museum of CA, Walden Pond on Grand, Crackerjacks, Greetings on Piedmont Ave, Montclair Sports, Glow on Lakeshore, Afterglow on Telegraph, Doumitt in Alameda, and SOON TO OPEN: DRIFT (JEAN BOUTIQUE IN OLD OAKLAND).
Or, of course, the website, http://www.oaklandish.com/shop/
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