Super Cool!!!! From the man who brought you “Who is Bozo Tuxino” HIGHLY RECOMENDED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Photo and video show by Bill Daniel
Post-Utopia California and Post-Katrina Louisiana
Wednesday, August 1st, 7-9pm
Opening night sounds by Matt Davignon http://www.ribosomemusic.com
RayKo Photo Center , 428 Third Street
Itinerant documentarian, Bill Daniel, mounts a show of large-scale black and white photographs juxtaposing two contrasting landscapes: the floating hippie houseboats of Marin County, California, and the wrecked landscapes of New Orleans and St. Bernard Parrish in post-Katrina Louisiana.
Sunset Scavenger is an on-going film and photography project exploring images and themes of social and environmental collapse in the last days of the petroleum era. This show is part of Daniel’s larger project investigating marginal subcultures and their relationship with the environment. Sunset Scavenger is a supported project of Creative Capital.
THURSDAY 7/2/07 BUS TRIP!!!!!!!!
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum is playing in Petaluma Thursday August second. It’s the only bay area show in near future.
Chicken John has agreed to bust out the bus to take us to the show. He can’t let a little thing like a Mayorial campaign get in the way of the important things namely bus trips for the people.
we’ll all pitch in for gas $10 to $20. consider it a super cheap extra fun cab ride.
meet at Chez Poulet 3359 Cesar Chavez at 6:00 we’ll be driven to Petaluma see the show and then returned. He might even be nice enough to bring east bay people back to the east bay if we all want bart in.
Meditate and Destroy with Urban Dharma at the Cultural Integration Fellowship
2650 Fulton St @ 3rd Ave, SF 94118
Vinny Ferrar tells it like it is with his no-nonsense bloody knuckle approach to Buddha and salami sammaches. If you were ever interested in a spiritual journey but cringe at the idea of all that phoney-bologna
Marin feel good flowing robe white shoes drive a hybrid talk down to the gardner kinda Buddhist crap this is the class for you. There is no hugging, no one to celebritize and everyone’s a loser just like you. I like it.
Feels like home. Parking suck ASS, leave time to walk 5 blocks. Afterwards they go out for food and complain.
Zero Boy, Dr. Hal, Chicken John and Krob at the Chez Poulet Gallery
Hailing from NYC, Zero Boy explodes live on the Chez Poulet stage. His is a vocal acrobat. A comedian. An impersonator. A genuine, hard to describe original artist. He’s awesome. Everyone’s favorite. He performs a full set of political satire, comedy and a special round of “Stump Zero Boy” audience participation. Also performing Dr. Hal narrating a movie, Chicken John making campaign promises and Krob doing his patented mulit-thingy including but not limited to audio, video, gorilla suits, static electricty, neon signs, broken cassettes, pajamas, half a burrito, the soundtrack from Blade Runner, samples of a raido annoncer from a broadcast of high stakes bowling on the radio, clicking noises and the sounds of free speech.
3359 Army Street @ Mission 9:00 donation requested
Chicken vs Wolf
Mayoral debate at the Chez Poulet
With little more than a week before the filing deadline, mayoral candidates “Chicken John” Rinaldi and Josh Wolf have announced a joint fundraiser to help raise the necessary money to secure their status on the ballot. The highly anticipated Chicken v. Wolf debate will square off two of the most talked about, most controversial mayoral candidates and be moderated by permit consultant Jeremy Paul. The debate will feature questions from the audience and streamed live over the internet for those unable to attend. Take part in what could be the most captivating debate this campaign season this Monday at 9PM at 3359 Cesar Chavez St. (near Mission). A $10 suggested donation will be taken at the door, but supporters are encouraged to donate up to $500 to either or both candidates at the event.
Josh Wolf is a journalist, an activist, a blogger, and would like to be the next mayor of San Francisco. He has been involved in local politics for some time and helped manage Julian Davis campaign for District 5 Supervisor, and he is best-known for spending 226 days in a Federal Detention Center for refusing to testify about a protest he filmed as a journalist. Josh plans to create a campaign based on participatory democracy and hopes to build it as a model for the future. His platform is focused on working with the progressive board of supervisors and the community at large to solve the problems plaguing our city. He’s committed to open government and has pledged to a wear a webcam during all city business in order to eliminate backroom deals and insure accountability.
Krob’s Film Farm
A packed house for Straight to Hell this last week. This weeks it’s:
Not short pants, short films. He’s got like a dozen of ‘em. Look at ‘em here:
It’s free, it’s fun. Popcorn. Good people. Dog petting. Very wholesome.
3359 Army St @ Mission 8:00
Art Show Ends!
PART 3 OF 3 PARTS
The Closing Party for Hal Robins’s art show “Dragonolatry”
at the new
Chez Poulet Gallery
3359 Cesar Chavez (Army) Street @ Mission
IN SAN FRANCISCO, CITY OF ARTS AND INNOVATION
DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLORS PART 3 ;
THE ART OF DINOSAUR ALPHABET & OTHER GRAPHIC WORKS
TUESDAY, AUGUST 7th, 2007
8 – 10 PM– FREE ADMISSION
MUSIC AND NEW VISUALS BY KrOB – NEW WORKS, PRINTS – ALL NEW LIVE SHOW – REFRESHMENTS – SURPRISES
The display of graphic art, including some new pieces included just for this closing of the three-month-long exhibition, the rest excerpted from Ornaments of Evolution, the gallery show seen this January in Manhattan’s Fuse Gallery, will be held for this single night. All art not previously sold will be offered for sale until the night ends.
This is the final chance to buy the book Dinosaur Alphabet from the author and have it signed. Also available are the new Limited Edition Prints. Samples of these will be displayed, and order forms will be available:
For a full account in Up Against the Wall (online) magazine, issue No. 5:
In addition to presenting a new live performance, the artist will be available to discuss the work and answer questions.
Buy a Limited Edition Print Signed & Suitable for Framing!
Contact Vicki Olds at Studio Reflex, S.F. By telephone at (415) 221-2830. By e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Via “Snail Mail” — write requesting a Limited Edition Print Order Form –to: Limited Edition Order Form, Studio Reflex, Inc. Attn. Vicki Olds, 534 6th Avenue, City, 94118
OTHER, NEW PRINTS WILL BE AVAILABLE, SIGNED
Attached: Alphabet Letter Series: “Zuniceratops
Jim McPhee and Ani Tompkins (our new roomate)
Are going to display works of art! There will likely be wine and good looking people with excellent phone skills. I dunno… they didn’t send me anything….
Chez Poulet Gallery