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Sounds Like: Protea
Alternative rock/cross over act established in 1993.
Founded in 1993 in San Francisco, California, Stagefright is an alternative rock/crossover band that combines the gothic and alt rock influences of its vocalists Sumiko and Carolyn Saulson with the reggae influences of drummer Don Ger... See Full Bio
Serena Toxicat and Sumiko Saulson, author will be reading here. Serena has a new book of poetry she plans on releasing here. The print edition of the non-fiction title Sumiko Saulson complied, "60 Black Women in Horror Fiction" will receive its official release. Sumiko is the illustrator of "Living a Lie" by Carolyn Saulson and Carolyn will be her guest and might read - copies of hte comic signed by both the writer and the illustrator will be for sale. Live musical performance by Protea | Alternative from Oakland, CA.
Musical Performance by Stagefright. Author Sumiko Saulson will read a passage about homeless hero Gerald K. Sampson from "Solitude" Author Serena Toxicat will read a passage from "Evangeline and the Drama Wheel." This is a fundraiser for Expressions Gallery and their recently launched program to assist homeless artists who aspire to have their works included in future shows to get their artwork exhibit-ready. This will include proper framing and hanging materials necessary to prepare the art for inclusion in a show. The current show at Expression's Gallery, Homelessness, runs from January 25 - April 18. Homelessness impacts everyone. It is all around us whether we notice it or not. It's the piles of clothing and people’s belongings in our doorways; the people pushing shopping carts piled with all their worldly possessions; the ‘hidden homeless’, borrowing the couch of a friend; and those trudging along our city streets with bent shoulders and gloveless hands. Among these people are artists who never get the chance to show their work because they cannot do more than sketch their ideas in small notebooks or found cardboard. They have no materials or places to work on their art, no computers to submit work to galleries no place to store their work, and no money for framing.
PRESS RELEASE: ManulFest: Pallas' Cat Benefit Date: Saturday, September 7, 2013 Time: 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Venue: Isis Oasis, 20889 Geyserville Ave Geyserville, CA 95441, (707) 857-4747 ManulFest is an all day multi-media event in Geyserville, CA dedicated to the Pallas' cat, a fluffy feline phenomenon native to Mongolia, Russia, and surrounding areas, featuring live music, poetry, djs, and plays. Artists from both coasts of the US come together this year to celebrate this lesser known, threatened species, with music, poetry, puppetry, ritual, fashion, "cattoo," theater, paintings, tarot, food and much more. The full-day, family-friendly event takes place in an Ancient Egyptian style retreat center complete with a functioning temple and a sanctuary that is home to ocelots, servals, peacocks, and other exotic cats and birds. A portion of the proceeds will benefit them. We are dismayed to say there will be no Manuls on the premises, however, you can take a tour of the animal enclosures at 5pm and meet the wild spotted and feathered Isis Oasis residents! Musical Performances by: Jill Tracy • Gitane Demone performing with Rikk Agnew • Retribution Body • Sublime Friction • Protea • Baron Rubenbauer (formerly of The Nuns) on acoustic guitar • missFAILed Poetry and Book Readings by: Rain Graves • Serena Toxicat • Sumiko Saulson • Lilith Babellon Theatrical Performances by: Feral Fox Burlesque • Shadow Circus Creature Theatre DJ Music by: DJ Fact.50 • DJ Death Boy Tarot • Vending • Plays •Fashion • Ritual • Cattoo Show • Paintings • Visual Art Admission: $15 after 7PM live music only $40 - includes 2 meals and all day and night performances A portion of the proceeds will benefit Isis Oasis, Savemanul.org and/or Cathouse-fcc.org. Contact: Serena Toxicat: Phone (415) 6-OCELOT or (415) 662-3568. Email: email@example.com http://www.manulfest.org
013 Summer Fiesta Saturday, July 27, 2013 11am-3pm Fiesta sponsored by the Melrose High Hopes NCPC27x Please join us for an afternoon of fun, food, and friendship. There's something for everyone and it's free! Fiesta Activities Pie and Cobbler Championship Cookoff Calling all cooks! Please submit your best pie or cobbler in our contest and win prizes, fame, and legendary status Register to submit your pie online Kidz only Zone! Bounce houses Facepainting Arts & Crafts Free throw contest Sidewalk chalk art Clowns and kid friendly performances
On Saturday, July 27, 2013 Melrose High Hopes NCPC 27x will be hosting the Summer Fiesta. Taking place between 11am and 3pm between Bancroft and Foothill on Fairfax Avenue in Oakland, the neighborhood block party will feature live music by local artists, including a mariachi band, Preston J. Turner’s band Pure Ecstasy, Ricardo Scales, Alma and the Blue Wave, Ronzoni Calzone, rapper She-Go, and rockers Stagefright. There will also be a poetry reading by Jack and Adele Foley. This will not be the first summer block party put on by the 27x Beat neighborhood group, which serves the Fairfax and Melrose neighborhoods in East Oakland. Some years the block party takes on Fairfax, as it is this year, and other times it has taken place on Ygnacio Avenue in front of Horace Mann. 2013 will be the 11th annual summer block party. Bouncy houses for the kids, face painting, and clowns are some of the family-friendly entertainment sources available at the all-ages event, which also promises to showcase the talents of local artist and artisans in an Artisan’s Bazaar. A pie and cobbler cook off, DJ music, mobile pet adoptions, and community awareness booths top off the event. Local attendees will also have the opportunity to meet their city council people and local law enforcement. Food trucks and snacks will be available for the dining pleasure of fair attendees. Additionally, the Fairfax Business District includes nearby eateries that will be open during the festival, The Red Pepper Taqueria and Simson’s BBQ on Foothill, and Louie’s Café on Bancroft. This year's festival is called the Summer Fiesta, and features an increased focus on the arts. In order to encourage the participation of local artisans and craftspeople, the organizers are waiving the $25 fee for booths for local artisans in addition to non-profits, CBOs, and Government Agencies.
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