Tuesday, March 04, 2003

Get your Calendars out cuz it's a busy weekend! Lots of stuff going on with International Women's day too!

Zack Linmark Reading at USF
Tuesday, March 3
Lone Mountain, Main Building
From the website:
R. Zamora (Zack) Linmark's Rolling The R's (which he is adapting for the stage) is a rollicking account of racially-mixed adolescents in a pop-cultural, erotic fusion of low hijinks and school daze, with startling idiomatic language straight from the tap. Linmark's next novel, Leche, is forthcoming; he's at work on his first collection of poetry, E.S.L. He divides his time between Manila and San Francisco.

I LOVE Zack's work. An ear for languages his conversations and dialogues are incredible. He often brings a vivacious rhythm to his work that is mesmerizing. Zack is a globe trotter, so you just never know where he is: Manila, LA, SF, east coast, Hawaii. Catch him when you can!

click here for more info

Golda Supanova and the Supafrenz at Bindlestiff
Lava Live is a full blown evolution for the soul, takin' a step towards the next.
Featuring the music of Golda Supanova & The Supafrenz, Jo_Ill, Denizen Kane, and DJ C-Money, with visual creations (inspired by the music) of Andre Sibayan and David Ragaza.

This show will be recorded live for a future CD /DVDrelease!
March 7 & March 8, 2003
@ Bindlestiff Studios
(reservations will begin on March 1st for this show!)

Show @ 9pm / $10.00 cover / All ages
this is a full blown soul production ya'll

Golda has the sultry seductive voice of an angel. Should be a grand mix of spoken word, dj mixing, and song.

Check the Bindlestiff link to the left of the blog for more info.

International Women's Day Event at the Women's Building SF
Underground Railroad, Loco Bloco, Mission Girls, The Women's Building & Brava! for Women in the Arts presents:

three evenings of art, music and performance celebrating International Women's Day "an annual sold-out creative grassroots masterpiece"

Where: The Women's Building, 3543 18th Street (btwn Valencia & Guerrero)
When: Friday March 7, Saturday March 8, Sunday March 9
Doors open & Show starts at 7pm with visual art installations
Cost: Sliding scale $5-10 (18 and over), $10-30 (over 18)
For more info, reservations and childcare requests: (415)431.1180 x17

I'm be lending my kali martial art movement along with a few of my students all 3 nights. We did this event last year and this is sure to be a fabulous and fun experience.

Asian American Film Festival
Put on by NAATA the fest kicks off this week for a month long of movies you just can't find anywhere else. Check the NAATA website for schedule. Venues in San Francisco, Berkeley, and San Jose. Most films are showing at the Kabuki in Japantown.

I'm looking forward to Kung Phooey, Bagong Buwan (critically acclaimed film from the Philippines), and Crouching Asian Hidden Chinese (a series of shorts). But really there's just not enough time to see them all, so catch what you can.


whew! busy busy busy....

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