Gathering of the Tribes radio! [link], A Liberated Zone on the FM, to enhance alternative culture and cognitive freedom! Listen Live! Thursdays, 5 to 6pm with Music, Tribal News and info, convened by Dr.G., a Renegade Illuminati with Thee Temple [link], alongside a psychonautical crew affiliated with the Northbay Evolver network [link]. Sponsored by H2C.org, providing holistic medicine for a variety of physical and mental conditions, as provided under Cal. Prop. 215. Tune in at 89.5FM in the northeast San Pablo Bay Area (American Canyon, Benicia, Crockett, Fairfield, Suisun, Vallejo), Smart Phone Tune-in App [link], Desktop U-stream [link], w. chat box [link], Live Mp3 (.pls) stream[link], Netbook / Laptop [link].
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Introducing the psychonautical grooves of
Mononome, with their just released EP "Longing"/"Forgive (A Man)"
Download the EP at [Mononome.bandcamp.com link]
* Blind Willies: "I Need A Woman"
* Down Dirty Shake: "Sun Cheyenne"
* Brothers Beard: "TieDye Spots"
* Sunhaze: "Last Summer" / "The Hill"
"The Evolver Network: Twerkin the Knobs of the New Planetary Culture" [TribalConvergence.com link] [archive.today link]
A Letter from Daniel Pinchbeck,
Introducing the Center for Planetary Culture [archive.today link]
Tribal Events -
Zulu Nation Thursdays presents...
a Benefit Concert for DJ PHAROAHGAHMOE
Oct. 2nd, 2014
6pm - Midnight
At the One Fam - 1606 Seventh Street, Oakland
Film Screening at 6pm
Community Meeting at 7pm
Benefit Concert at 9pm
Featuring live performances by: Cuzn Dev, Evenodds, Equipto , P Town, Shake Da Mayor, Trunk Boiz, Whitegurl The Truth and special guests!
Free Admission. Suggested Donation $20. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. However, we want you to know that our brother DJ Pharoahgahmoe has suffered a traumatic brain injury and we need to raise a hefty amount of money!
Every donation is appreciated! No amount is too small or too large.
ONE LOVE #UZN40 Peace, Unity, Love & Having Fun
Poetry Reading...ELMAZ ABINADER presents her new book
THIS HOUSE, MY BONES
Friday, October 3, 7pm
At Revolution Books, 2425 Channing Way, Berkeley, CA 94704
In poems of grace and a searing fire, Elmaz Abinader negotiates love, yearning, hope, memory, resistance, injustice and death and weaves an uneasy but authentic hope that illuminates the path to a true redemption. A stunning collection. - Chris Abani
THIS HOUSE, MY BONES is a gorgeously scripted chronicle that probes the collective heart and the countries we inhabit when we dare to speak outloud. There's an insistent rhythm in these stanzas, a lyricism of light and lineage stamped with the undeniable signature of a poet at the height of her craft. Savor these poems, and be lifted by their music. --Patricia Smith, Author of Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah, winner of the 2013 Lenore Marshal Poetry Prize.
Elmaz Abinader is a poet, memoirist, playwright and novelist. Elmaz won the 2000 PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Poetry award for the poetry collection, In the Country of My Dreams as well as two Drammies (Oregon's Drama award) for her three-act one-woman show, Country of Origin. Elmaz has been a Fulbright Senior Fellow to Egypt, taught for the Palestine Writing Workshop and a resident at the El Gouna Writing Residency. Elmaz is one of the founders of the Voices of Our Nations Arts Foundation, (VONA/Voices), now in its 15th year providing workshops for writers of color.