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2nd Annual TWENTYWONDER in L.A., July 9!

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, June 21, 2011 03:04pm | Post a Comment
It’s time for the 2nd Annual TWENTYWONDER: A Carnival of the Mind!

Hosted by the L.A. Derby Dolls, TWENTYWONDER will be held at the Doll Factory (1910 West Temple Street) on Saturday, July 9

Conceived by Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles Director Jim Hodgson, TWENTYWONDER is based on his and his brother Joel “Mystery Science Theater 3000” Hodgson's festival SuperBall.  In addition to art and science,  you will hear and see Exene Cervenka, BRMC, Funny Or Die, Axis of Awesome, and “TwentyWonder Derby Thunder” – live roller derby action featuring the all-star teams LA RiEttes vs. the San Diego Derby Dolls’ Wildfires

Tickets are now on sale and proceeds will benefit the Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles' efforts to support those born with Trisomy 21/Down syndrome living in greater Los Angeles. 

 More info and tickets here:  http://www.twentywonder.org/


Remembering “The Big Man” Clarence Clemons (January 11, 1942 – June 18, 2011)

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, June 20, 2011 06:55pm | Post a Comment

Clarence Clemons, the blazing sax powerhouse behind Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, passed away Saturday, June 18th at the age of 69 after hospitalization for a stroke he suffered at his home in Singer Island, Florida.
 

Clarence Clemons


Clemons was an original member of Springsteen's E Street Band, tearing it up with The Boss for nearly four decades.  Throughout the years, Clemons also pursued other musical projects with luminaries such as Jackson Browne, Aretha Franklin, Roy Orbison, Grateful Dead, Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, and even Twisted Sister ("Be Chrool to Your Scuel"). Most recently, he had collaborated with Lady Gaga on the songs "Hair" and "The Edge of Glory" from Born This Way. Impressive, but of all his guest appearances, jamming with President Clinton at the inaugural ball in 1993 might be his most memorable collaboration.

Clemons & Clinton, saxing it up.


Clemons also had an active acting career, appearing in films as diverse as Martin Scorsese’s New York, New York and Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. His television cameos were no less varied, with appearances on Diff’rent Strokes, The Weird Al Show, and The Wire.

To honor the eclectic, larger-than-life genius of Clarence Clemons, here is a sampling of videos from his diverse and wonderful life: 

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Peaches Christ Presents Sleepaway Camp June 4 in SF

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, May 27, 2011 11:31am | Post a Comment

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Midnight Mass with Camp Counselors Peaches Christ & Martiny present Sleepaway Camp Saturday, June 4 at the Bridge Theater in SF! One of the best summer movies ever, and a Horror clas-sick if there ever was one, make sure you’re here for this RAREST of screenings of one of the truly legendary films of ‘80s cult cinema!

Bust out your polyester short shorts, bring that old bag of marshmallows crammed in the back of your cupboard, unfurl that moldy sleeping bag, and don’t forget about the extra batteries for your flashlight, as Peaches Christ is going to give you an indoor night of camping-out you’ll never forget… if you survive!

$15 in advance / $13 with Peaches Christ fan-club code. To buy tickets and join the fan club, go to www.peacheschrist.com. Doors open at 11 and the show begins, of course, at midnight!
 
*Ultra Rare 35mm Screening!
*Camp songs with rock band Citizen Midnight
 
PRE-SHOW CAMP ACTIVITIES INCLUDE PRIZES FOR BEST CAMPERS COMPETING IN:
*Naked Sleeping Bag Races
*Curling Iron Peepshow
*Short Shorts Fashion Contest
*S'mores Speed-Eating Contest
........& s'more!
 
 

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Michael Yonkers Playing Amnesia SF June 14

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, May 27, 2011 10:07am | Post a Comment

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O Zone at OMCA - GOLD! Friday, June 10

Posted by The Bay Area Crew, May 25, 2011 09:53am | Post a Comment

Everything's gold at OMCA's June OZone! Discover Gold in the Galleries of Art and History with Audio Angel & Mr. Lucky at 8pm & 9pm. Miner's photo opp at the Photo booth. Gold panning with live music from The Log Rollers from 6 - 8pm. Happy Hour drink specials in Blue Oak cafe. Musical Entertainment provided by Amoeba Music featuring DJ Inti spinning solid gold hits (7pm-10pm). Special music headliner Diego's Umbrella 10pm-Midnight. All this and MORE included with Museum admission! More info.

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