Thursday, August 7, 2014

GOTT Radio, August 14th, 2014

A Liberated Zone on the FM, to enhance alternative culture and cognitive freedom! Listen Live!
* On your Smart Phone: Tune-in App [link] * On a Desktop: U-stream [link], w. chat box [link], or Live Mp3 stream (.pls) [link] * For a Netbook / Laptop [link].

for Northbay Entheogenic Freedom:
* "Cannabis Science Inc. Announces Critical Cancer Patient Dr. Lynnice Wedewer, Ph.D., Cured Seven Times By Medical Cannabis" [link]
* "Cannabis Science Inc. In Final Negotiations To Establish Its First Medical Cannabis Facilities In Canada" [link]
* More about the "Science of Cannabinoids" from Cannabis Science Inc. [link] [link]

GOTT is pleased to introduce...
Sunhaze, with an exclusive debut from their upcoming EP,
"Last Summer", and "the Hill", set to be released by the end of Summer! [] []
Upcoming shows:
* Hotel Utah (International Pop Overthrow Festival) - 8/16 []
* The Legionnaire Saloon - 8/30

Debut track from Seatraffic...
"Man on the Coast"
from their upcoming album "Beauty in the Night", specially priced pre-sale before the official release Sept. 5th! []

Word, Sound, Power / Lights, Camera Action 
Weekly Poetry Slam and Open Mic, Black August Edition!
Featuring Tahir Rbg, Ras Ceylon, and artists from across the bay performing Revolutionary music in the spirit of Black August []
Tuesday, August 12, at 8:00pm - 2:00am
At the Slate Bar [2925 16th St, San Francisco, California 94103]
* 8/5: Poetry Slam and Open Mic hosted by Ras Ceylon and Tahir Rbg []
* 8/12: (Ladies Night) Poetry Slam & Open Mic hosted by Ms. Incredible [] aka. TaLea Monet []
* 8/19: Poetry Slam and Open Mic hosted by Fly Benzo []
* 8/26: Poetry Slam and Open Mic hosted by Hugh Emc []

Books Signing & Artist's Reception for new book

Aug 16, 2014: 1 pm - 3 pm (Sat)
Markham Vineyards is pleased to have Baron Wolman, First Chief Photographer for Rolling Stone Magazine, unveil his new book entitled Woodstock on the 45th anniversary of the iconic music festival held August 15-17, 1969. Be one of the first Woodstock fans in the entire United States to peruse this amazing book on Saturday, August 16, 2014, 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Chat with Wolman (glass of wine in hand!), view his current photography exhibit, Celebrating Woodstock, and take an exclusive first look at Woodstock. The event is free and open to the public. If you can't make the artist's reception, Celebrating Woodstock will be on show and available for public viewing during regular visitor center hours through December 31, 2014.
At the Markham Vineyards, 2812 St. Helena Hwy, St. Helena, CA 94574

Wine Country 'Ukulele Festival 
at Napa Valley College Upper Valley Campus, 1088 College Ave.Saint Helena, CA 94574
September 6 - September 7, 2014
From free lessons and programs for  kids, to professional-level workshops and performances, the seventh, annual, Wine Country 'UKulele Festival has something for everyone! And you don't have to play the 'ukulele to enjoy every minute of it!  Great fun for the entire family!
Please visit the website (and subscribe) to stay abreast of the latest developments as they unfold.
Many events are free, but there is a registration fee for workshops.

Haiti: An Art Benefit & Dinner 
brought to you by Rara Tou Limen Dance Company & Project HOPE Art
Friday, August 8th at 6:30pm - 10:00pm
at the Humanist Hall 390 27th St, Oakland, California 94612
A Taste of Haiti: An Art Benefit & Dinner
"Art is the Universal Language"
Sample the vibrant culture, flavors and beats of Haiti to benefit Rara Tou Limen’s Cultural Exchange Trip to Haiti this summer, and Project HOPE’s art programming in Port au Prince and the Bay Area
* Dance Performance by Portsha Jefferson & Rara Tou Limen Dance Company
* Dinner by: Pierre-Richard Leurbourg
* RASANBLE! Special Guest
* Art Show by Melissa Schilling and Fanel Duce
* Wine Bar by Beauregard Vineyards, Bonny Doon Vineyards & more!
N’ap Boule! Welcomes and appreciates your support and they are gearing up for an explosion of Caribbean food and Collaborative Haitian-American art. Join us for our Friday Night gallery show featuring photos of Rara Tou Limen rendered by Atis Rezistans artist Fanel Duce. Lets celebrate with drums, drink specials and dinner.
From Oakland, California, Rara Tou Limen Dance Company has an objective to help nurture and grow Haitian dance and musical traditions in the Bay Area. Accompanied by dancers, vocalists and celebrated musicians, the company brings to the stage a wide spectrum of diverse Haitian dance forms, from vibrant rituals of Vodou, the turbulent legacy of political struggle, to the celebratory and festive dances of Carnival, Rara Tou Limen is at the cutting edge of the evolution of Haitian dance and music in the Bay Area. The use of traditional rhythms, chants and movement integrates the grace, strength, fluidity and precision of Haitian folkloric dance.
From Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, Project Hope Art gives a voice to those survivors of the Haitian tent Camps. Project HOPE Art uses art as a vehicle to inspire, to educate and to create intentional whimsy. We work with children in hospitals, orphanages, schools and communities in disaster stricken areas, utilizing art to help establish self esteem, self expression, self respect and stress relief for our students. We create art for art’s sake, while educating through our art, science, nutrition and literacy programs. We twirl in tutus and face paint because it’s good for the soul. Since our inception in January 2010 we have made multiple trips to Haiti and have recently launched a Visiting Artist Program, creating a sustainable way for artists in any medium to share their creativity with our kids and project partners as we strive towards our mission to inspire, heal and improve the quality of life for children in need.

Flash Mob for the Visions of the Wild Festival 
Wednesday, September 3rd at 5:30 pm in front of the Vallejo Ferry Building.
You can find at their facebook page instructional videos so you can learn the choreography, then come and dance! Flash Mob organizer Rena Flowers says she wants "to get hundreds (I hope) of people dancing together in downtown Vallejo to get some positive visibility for both the city and the Visions of the Wild Festival, with a big, diverse group of people in public and have a great time!"

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