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Out and About

Thursday June 06, 2002

Thursday, June 6


War Without End –  

Not in Our Name 

6 to 7 p.m. 

Martin Luther King Street at Center Street 

A national protest of the war on terrorism. An evening of art, unity, and protest to entertain, inspire and resist . Performers: Loco Bloco, Mystic Family Circus, others. 

Spoken Word Artist  

Paul Flores 

(510) 594-4076 


Big Brother is Watching 

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. 

The Independent Institute 

100 Swan Way, Oakland 

Speaker James Bamford, author of “Body of Secrets, anatomy of Ultra-Secret National Security Agency” 

RSVP 632-1366 

Cost: $35 includes the book, $14 lecture only, $10 members. 


Wilderness Press 35th Anniversary Celebration 

5 to 8 p.m. 

1200 Fifth St. Berkeley 

A short presentation honoring Tom Winnett and unveiling 8th edition of Sierra North 



Friday, June 7


Judaism Workshop 

7 to 8:30 p.m.  

The Ecology Center,  

2530 SanPablo Ave  

Earth Traditions: Judaism Rooted in the Earth. Healing the World in Jewish Thought and Practice 

(510) 548-3402 

$10 Ecology Center members, $15 others, but no one turned 

away for lack of funds. 


Fundraiser for  

Common Ground  

7 p.m. 

St. Joseph The Worker School 

On the corner of Addison, (California and McGee) 

Featuring Julia Butterfly Hill, a renowned and inspirational environmental activist  

$7 students, $12 everyone else 


What Does It Mean  

To Be Human? 

10 Tenth Street, Oakland 

Debate between Princeton Professor and author Peter Singer and Chairman for Center for Bioethics & Culture, Nigel M. de S. Cameron. Moderated by host of KQED Forum, Michael Krasny 

Calvin Simmons Theater / Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium 

Register online at  

$25 in advance, $45 at the door 


Navigating the  

Investment Waters 

11:45 a.m. for lunch, Speaker starts 12:30 

Berkeley City Club,  

2315 Durrant 

Geetha Kumar from Charles Schwab & Co. 

$11.00/$12.25, students free 


Saturday, June 8


African Peace  

and Justice Tour 

7 p.m. 

Allen Temple Baptist Church, 8501 International Blvd., Oakland. 

A discussion of issues concerning Africa, with speakers including Dr. Molefe Samuel Tsele 

Call (415) 565-0201, ext. 15 



Saturday & Sunday  

June 8-9 

Live Oak Park Fair 

11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Live Oak Park Shattuck & Berryman 

Crafts & art, food, live entertainment with M.C. Wavy Gravy. Benefit for Camp Winnarainbow. 

(510) 898-3282 



Sunday, June 9


Authors Susan Griffin and Margot Duxler  


3 to 5 p.m. 

Montclair Women's Cultural Arts Club,1650 Mountain Blvd. Oakland  

Susan Griffin "The Book of the Courtesans: A  

Catalogue of Their Virtues" in conversation with Margot Duxler "Seduction:  

A Portrait of Anais Nin". Join in with your questions and thoughts. 



The Deep Politics of 9/11 


The Fellowship of Humanity, 390 27th St. Oakland 

Edward Rippy leads a discussion of the role of engineered attacks in maintaining a permanent 

state of war.  

(510) 451-5818 or 


Matthew Fox Lecture 

11 a.m. 

New Spirit Community Church Pacific School of Religion chapel, 1798 Scenic Ave.  

Spiritual innovator, theologian, author and founder of 

University Creation  


(510) 849-8280 



“Creativity and Emotion” 

6 p.m.  

Tibetan Nyingma Institute, 1815 Highland Place 

Psychology, Buddhism, Creativity, with speakers Erika Rosenberg and Abbe Blum 




“Listening to Her Voice” 

1 to 5 p.m. 

Berkeley Richmond Jewish Community Center, 1414 Walnut Street  

Join Miki Raver in Sacred Circle to study Scripture, pray, dance, meditate and write for the soul's delight, and to connect with your foremothers and the feminine divine within. 

848-0237 x127 

$30/public, $25 BRJCC and members of co-sponsoring organizations 


Tibetan Nyingma Institute Open House 

Introduction to Tibetan Buddhist Culture 

3 to 5 p.m. 

Tibetan Nyingma Institute,1815 Highland Place 

Erika Rosenberg and Abbe Blum on "Creativity and Emotion" 


6 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

(510) 843-6812 



Traditional Persian  

Music Concert  

7:30 p.m. 

Julia Morgan Theatre, 2640 College Avenue, Berkeley 

Hossein Alizadeh and Madjid Khaladj 




Monday, June 10


Poetry Express - All Open Mike Night 

7 to 9 p.m. 

A community open mike welcoming all artists 

Berkeley Bakery & Cafe 

1561 Solano Avenue 



"All Grown Up: Living Happily Ever With Your Adult Children" 

7 to 8:30 p.m. 

Berkeley Richmond Jewish Community Center,  

1414 Walnut Street 

Author Roberta Maisel leads the mid-life parent through a series of thoughtful steps inherent in the process of learning how to let go 

(510) 848-0237 x127 



Berkeley Parkinson's Group 

10 a.m. 

Berkeley Senior Center, MLK and Hearst 

Speakers, exercise advice, good fellowship. Caregivers and relatives invited