Tune-in online at [tunein.com/radio/Ozcat-Radio-895-s130679]
Featured visual artist
Haley Mosher, an inDIYpendently cultured Plank Artist
I've dabbled in painting for a few years now, but it was only maybe five
months ago I started really working with it. The only place I've sold
so far is Moschetti's Coffee Shop, where I've been fairly successful I'd
say. I use alot of color in all my pieces, my favorite thing is working
with bright colors. Most of my paintings are nature-related, varying
from vegetables to flowers, to scenes with trees and birds. Although I
also have a few abstracts.
New Economy Week: Seven Days of Action for a more Sustainable World [link], October 12 - 18, 2013!
Communities for Resilience - Map Your Future Project [link]
Also, check out "Policies for Shareable Cities", a guide for urban leaders on how to
integrate sharing into city policy. Download your free copy. [shareable.net/download-your-copy-of-policies-for-shareable-cities]
"The Sharing Economy Just Got Real", 2013-09-16 by Janelle Orsi [link]
THIS SATURDAY: FREE
Food N' Justice Workshop: Ferment Change!
Phat Beets for our FREE Food N' Justice Series Workshop on Mayan-Aztec
Vinegar Fermenting: "Cosecha y Comida / Harvest and Eat"
2013-10-05 @ 11 am - 1:00 pm
Location: North Oakland Farmers' Market [942 Stanford Ave. @ Lowell, Oakland, CA 94608]
Events @ Phat Beets Produce [phatbeetsproduce.org/events/]: Food Justice * Farmers Markets' * Gardens
Come check out the Food N' Justice Workshop series.
Always free at the Saturday North Oakland Farmers' Market.
Fermenting: Cosecha y Comida / Harvest and Eat" description by
instructor Francisco Jimenez: Ancient Latin American culture has been
fermenting food and drink for thousands of years. Vinegars were made
from tropical fruit using natural fermenting agents from sugar and
ginger. And, Chicha, a spirit drink made from fermented corn was used
by the ancient Mayan-Aztec during spiritual celebrations. Francisco
Jimenez from Costa Rica leads this two-part workshop that teaches
people how to ferment the Mayan-Aztec way by making vinegars from
bananas, plantain and pineapple (Part I) and harvesting 6 weeks later
and using it as food, condiments or for healing (Part II). Francisco
Jimenez has been activist in the grassroots healthy and organic food
movement for over 10 years. He also works for immigrant rights, the
homeless population and teaches Spanish in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Come see the newest Lost Church Theatrical Production!
TIMES AREN’T LIKE THEY USED TO BE... HELL IS FULL. IF YOU WANNA SIGN A CONTRACT WITH THE DEVIL THESE DAYS, YOU GOTTA AUDITION!!
Imagine the “Twilight Zone” and “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” had a love child and raised it on Rock n’ Roll!
Written/Directed by Brett Cline.
Starring: Erin Brazill, Kim Kenny, Erma Kyriakos, Jamie Milliken, Johnny Tripod & Demon Dan Clegg!!
Music by: Elizabeth Cline, Brett Cline and Joe Willcockson
DIFFERENT OPENING ACTS EACH NIGHT!!
Show dates: October 12, 19, 24, 25, 26 & November 2
Tickets $15. + (service charge $1) Doors 7:30 PM/Show 8:00 PM
Listening Room” wednesdays-saturdays, Featuring Blues, Folk, Rock,
Jazz, Punk & Americana in a unique & intimate space.
tickets are $10 - presale recommended. shows start at 8pm/ doors at 7:30
tickets here- www.thelostchurch.com
THE LOST CHURCH [65 CAPP STREET SF CA 94103] [firstname.lastname@example.org]
October 25th to 27th , TJ Walkup presents...
Curated Punk & Edge Arts Event, to benefit youth music programs
partnered with the Mira Theater Guild 501c3 non-profit in Vallejo! with
Multiple Stages, and a DIY 'zine library & exchange (Make and
Bring your 'zines)!
* October 25th to 27th at the Mira Theatre Guild's Bay Terrace Theatre [www.miratheatreguild.org] [51 Daniels Ave. Vallejo]
* October 26th at the Empress Theatre [www.empresstheatre.org] [330 Virginia St., Vallejo]
Music & Zines! Join the Zombie Costume contest and win a prize! Or, come as You Are!
All Ages (no alcohol / drugs / violence) and Inclusive (no sexism / racism)
You Are Your Own Authority!
Featuring performances by:
* Death Valley High
* N/A (of Oakland)