Monday, September 18, 2006

de Young Museum - Saturday, November 18th

Anne, Andy & I are planning to go see these two exhibits at the de Young on Saturday, November 18th.

The Quilts of Gee's Bend

The sculpture of Ruth Asawa.

We'll also be checking out the Artists Guild out in the Music Concourse (in front of the de Young).

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Sia - Monday, November 6th

I'm going to see Sia at The Fillmore on Monday, November 6th. I saw her recently with Zero 7 and it was a great show. I'm dying to see her solo stuff too. Check out her Myspace page if you want to hear her music.

Tickets are still available on Ticketmaster, but I have an extra ticket too.

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Saturday, September 16, 2006

Lower Haight Block Party - Sunday, October 22nd

*DATE CHANGE* - The Lower Haight Block Party has been rescheduled to next Sunday, October 22nd.

The Lower Haight is having it's first street fair this year on Sunday, October 22nd from 11am to 6pm on Haight Street between Fillmore and Pierce. I wouldn't miss the first block party in my hood. Should be great.

Due to Jenny's great suggestion I'm going to host Bloody Mary's at my place before going to block party. I'm also going to make a little something to eat. Come over at 11:00am. We'll drink and eat, then mosey over to the party.

Here's a little more info sent to me about the party:

The Lower Haight Merchants Association is hosting its first neighborhood Block Party on Sunday October 22, 2006 from 11am to 6pm on Haight Street between Filmore and Pierce and Steiner between Laussat andPage.

The Block Party will feature live music, special events for families and children, and reasonably-priced booth spaces to accommodate local and emerging artists. The event will not include alcohol booths, and food booths are available only to the existing restaurants within the confines of the event.

The Lower Haight Merchants Association is a neighborhood organization whose purpose is to develop and maintain a thriving business environment within our membership area. We seek to provide a safe, clean and supportive atmosphere where businesses can thrive, working closely with city and state government agencies, community-basedorganizations and neighborhood residents.

Lower Haight Merchants Association 597 Haight Street San Francisco, CA 94117Email:

Live Music & Performers
Hosted by MC Radioactive
Maestro Curtis, Kalimba Records recording artist
Music For Animals
Sugar & Gold
Miles Ahead 5150, Featuring Top Cat

djb.cause (4onefunk)
mikebee (amoeba / kusf)
DJ. B-Love (400 blk fool)
D.J. Disk (SF Turntablist Kings)
D.J. Lady Fingaz (SF Turntablist Kings)

Street Performers Include:
The Western Addition Steppers
Rock The Block B-Boy Street Jam
San Francisco Circus Center
Face Painters and balloon artists.

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Bettie Serveert - Monday, October 16th

I'm going to see the great 90's band Bettie Serveert at Cafe du Nord on Monday, October 16th. I have an extra ticket and tickets are still available on Ticketweb.

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Tom Stoppard's "Travesties" at A.C.T. in October

Haven't picked a date yet to go, but I'd love to see Tom Stoppard's play "Travesties" at A.C.T. Tickets are available on Goldstar, so we should be able to get a good price. I probably want to go some time in October, it's playing through the 14th.

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UPDATE: The run has been extended to October 22nd. I can go on Wednesday 10/18, Thursday 10/19, Friday 10/20, or Sunday 10/22 (Matinee). Let me know if you're able to go any of those days.

The National - Thursday, October 12th

I'm going to see The National at The Great American Music Hall on Thursday, October 12th. Tickets are still available on

I saw these guys earlier this year at the Noise Pop Festival. They were terrific, so I can't wait to see them again.

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