Thursday, November 14, 2013

Nov. 14th GOTT Radio

Gathering of the Tribes Thursdays, 5 to 6pm, with Rock, Reggae, Psychonaut grooves, and Culture! 
The beats heard in the background are by the Alley Cat of Vacaville!
Be a part of the Gatherings! This program is produced by an affinity network which meets twice monthly at in Vallejo's Art District, where plans are made, and this is Your chance to join a project for alternative culture, including music shows, events, and more! More info, including a list of projects to get in with, at [], affiliated with: Northbay Evolver Network [link]

Music for the Gathering:
* "Time Well Spent" &"Sounds like Grunge" by The Freedom Shrine (Napa) [link]
* "What is Life?" (Live at KDVS) by Skunk Funk, ft. MC Cuban-B [link]
* "Fire Fly" by the Smiling Tacos

and new debuts from...
* Michael Rothenberg, organizer of 100 Thousand Poets for Change!

Tribal News 
with music, art, and psychedelic culture! More Tribal News here: Evolver [link]

Make your own mini 'zine! [link]
Check out the latest addition to the Northbay 'zine Library archive:

"Five Community Centers Built by the People for the People" [link]

Interview with the Moneyless Man [link]

Exciting News, from LaVonne Sallee [lavonnesbarbies (@)]:
Hello Everyone, I want to send an update on how things are going for me. I have been out of contact with many of you since I moved to Marquam Oregon in February 2013.  In November I will be moving again. This time to Silverton Oregon which is seven miles south of Marquam. Turns out that Marquam is very isolated in the country and I really miss being part of a community. Silverton is a very nice, peaceful little town with lots of activities during the year. Downtown, a merchant at the Green Store (a gift shop at 208 Main Street) shows my work and is doing very well there. I will be going to New York City in a couple of weeks where the documentary about me (The Altered Lives of LaVonne Sallee) and my artwork will be showing at the film festival Nov. 11th to the 16th. and I am going with Jazmin Jamias, the film maker who is from Vallejo Ca. The film was written up in the Huffington Post [] and is receiving a lot of good press.

Liberated Zones, composed of Thoughtful & Psychedelic events from around the San Pablo bay area and beyond. Click here [link] for more info about Liberated Zones!

Gathering of the Tribes presents...
A night of Serial Music hosted by Dr.G. and the Serial Mom, with featured act:
SKUNK FUNK! more info here [link]
and The Freedom Shrine (Rock/Napa) [link]
and O'Dell []
with our Tribal DJ Miss Ayah on the turntables spinning Island Slam and old school grooves!
Friday, November 15, 2013
9:00pm until 12:00am
21+, No Cover Charge
At the Townhouse Bar [401 Georgia Street, Vallejo]
RSVP on Facebook [link]
About the O'Dell band: Soulful vocals come together with funky, smooth keyboard melodies while fresh slick beats chase the groove out from the chocolatey center of your soul. ODELL is a collective of musicians with various roots from SC, Colorado and the Bay Area. From church bred to jazz trained, metal loving, 90s R&B feeling, classic rock grooving members; it all comes together to make a soulfully rocking sound.

Moonfish Artworks Grand Opening
Saturday November 16th at 725 Marin St. Vallejo, 94590
11AM-4PM Grand Opening Day Fete - The doors will finally be open to the public and there will be balloons, music, snacks, and community art activities for kids and adults. Let's have fun and create beauty together. No unchaperoned children please.
6PM-9PM Art + Wine Salon - relax, sip homemade Puerto Rican style sangria (with rum of course), take in the latest magical creations from my studio and the work of other local artists on display in the gallery. Listen to a local chanteuse or two, nibble appetizers, and let's revel with good peeps in an environment of magical beauty. The password to get into the event space during the evening festivities is 'beauty'.

The 9th Annual Winterblast Art Party
at The Peace & Justice Center [467 Sebastopol Avenue, Santa Rosa]
 LOCATION: SOFA Arts District is located in the neighborhood where A Street and Sebastopol Avenue meet in Santa Rosa, California
 DATE: Saturday, November 16, 2013
 TIME: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
 COST: Admission to the event is free. Food, wine and beer will be available for purchase.
Sonoma County’s largest annual open studios art party, including photographs by Susan Lamont (20% of sales to be donated to the Peace & Justice Center), takes place in the SOFA Arts District of Santa Rosa, California on Saturday, November 16, 2013. The event features live music and entertainment, the Electric Sofa Parade, Jeremiah’s Disco Party, the Head [art] Shop, Whiskeydrome, Frosty the SnOwFAman, the Winter Queen, magic by Ken Garr, belly dance by Krysta Cook, food, wine, beer, over 35 open art studios and galleries, and much, much more.
Live music and entertainment outdoors and at various venues throughout the SOFA Arts District includes Blackwater Gold, The Hubbub Club, DJ Domo and JC Limelight.
 Food from SEED on the GO, The Bun Slinger, Canevari Ravioli, Undercover Baking Agency, Atlas Coffee and Spinsters Sisters as well as wine and beer will be available for purchase.
 The SOFA Arts District is located in the neighborhood where A Street and Sebastopol Avenue meet in Santa Rosa, California. Admission to the event is free. Street parking is available.
Come and have a blast at the 9th Annual Winterblast!

Northbay Evolver presents…
“Community Healing and the Gift Economy”

Sat. Dec. 14th, 3 to 8pm
At the IntegreTea [717 Marin st., Vallejo]

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