Saturday Nov 18 - Nov 19 @ 10:00 PM
Jump N Funk w/ Rich Medina | Oakland
The New Parish – discounted tix 15UTAH Jump N Funk w/ Rich Medina Live Visuals by The Marksmen Hosted by Social Life & Aima the Dreamer Jump N Funk Soundcloud Album Sampler Starting life as a small New York event aimed at raising awareness for Fela Kuti’s musical message, Rich Medina’s Jump N Funk party has now been rocking dance-floors across the globe for over 15 years. Honouring Fela’s contribution to music as well as his political and cultural legacy, Medina has made his events a platform to celebrate Afro-Life across the Black Diaspora. With guests such as Wunmi, the cast of Fela! On Broadway, Asiko and Antibalas providing captivating live performances, Jump N Funk is so much more than a club night. In creating this compilation to represent the spirit of his events, Rich Medina has chosen an eclectic selection of undeniably afro-tinged, unashamedly life-affirming music. With most tracks either referencing, sampling or inspired by the great man, the record also includes material by Fela himself, as well as son Seun Kuti and long-time band member Tony Allen the inventor of the afrobeat set drum syncopation that is equally as notorious as Fela and his message… The album’s artwork has been lovingly created by Lemi Ghariokwu, the fabled Nigerian artist who designed some of Fela’s most iconic covers. From the record’s sleeve to the music contained within, Jump N Funk is a cultural artefact with one foot in the past, the other in the future. An echo of Fela’s message: a reminder to celebrate, to empower, to progress.
    Saturday Nov 18 - Nov 19 @ 10:00 PM
Elements: ToNitE w/Nina Sol & Patrick Wilson!
Bissap Baobab Oakland – 11.18.17 ELEMENTS!! Just in case you missed us last month, check out what folks are saying about the ELEMENTS of the party: "Love this party for consistently bringing deep house vibes where every element is truly represented...felt that earth energy seeing some beautiful souls haven’t seen for a while...water element when the sweat start flowing ??, that Fiyah element was present all night...air element when my two step gets right and I catch a little air, and the ether element was felt through the loving and liberating vibrations permeating through the crowd." Dancer-turned DJ, Patrick Wilson is known around the globe & locally as a LEGEND in the Soulful House community. Nina Sol's genre-bending sound always elevates the crowd and keeps them moving. Whether it is Paradise Garage inspired classics, soulful house rooted in gospel, R&B, funk & jazz, or South African house and Afrobeat, Cuban Rumba, Deep and Tech House and everything in between... this mighty pair brings you an unparalleled experience that stays rooted in the underground black expression of soulful dance music. Come out & dance & vibe with us! Much <3! SATRUDAY, Nov. 18th 10PM - Till Nina Sol & Patrick Wilson Every 3rd Saturday @ Bissap Baobab Oakland 381 15th St, Oakland, CA 94612 $5 Cover All Night Boomin' Sound courtesy of Vivencio Peralta & Paul Psoul! #ELEMENTSOAK <<><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>> WARM UP NOW! PATRICK WILSON with the ELEMENTS show on House FM! NINA SOL live in the MIX!
    Saturday Nov 18 @ 10:00 PM
Ain't Yo Mama's Drag Show
PianoFight – See San Francisco's Premiere Drag Show Residency at PianoFight. Drag Queens, Variety Acts and Musicians storm the Cabaret Stage in a show that can only be described as "lewd, crude, and absolutely delightful!" and "While it certainly wasn't my Mama's Drag Show, it did end up being a ton of fun for everyone in our party, myself included. Five Stars!" -Rob "Daddy" Marcos, v satisfied patron. Doors @ 9:00pm $5-10 suggested donation at the door +tip$ encouraged! And now, a little bit about PianoFight! HAPPY HOUR MON-FRI 5:00-6:00pm Come by early to grab dinner and drinks before the show! PianoFight has a full kitchen and bar. If you plan on dining, we recommend you arrive 1.5 hours early. Restaurant seating is first come first serve. PARKING Street parking is free after 6pm. We’re located 2 blocks from Powell BART, numerous muni lines and there are 3 parking lots within 1 block.
    Saturday Nov 18 - Nov 19 @ 10:00 PM
Saturday Night Live at The Roc SF
The Roc SF – Sign up on the guest list and get in free before 1030p! -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ For VIP Reservations please text 415.367.5313 -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ On SATURDAY WE MAKIN MOVIES with D SHARP and DJ AZADON to turn us all the way up for Saturday Night Live. Dress to impress and get here early... it's going to be a wild one! -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_ Must be 21+ To enter. Doors at 10p. Must Be Inside by 1030 Early Arrival suggested & dress code strictly enforced Dress Code: Dress To Impress - No Hats, No Hoodies, No Jordan's, No Shorts, No Sandals, No Sweats
    Saturday Nov 18 @ 10:00 PM
Cheaper Than Therapy, Stand-up Comedy: Sat, Nov 18, 2017
Cheaper Than Therapy – Have the best Bay Area comedians fill your prescription for comedy at Cheaper Than Therapy. You'll get a healthy dose of laughs every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at San Francisco's historic Shelton Theater. In the heart of Union Square, Cheaper Than Therapy is convenient to get to, whether you live in the Bay Area or are just visiting. Check out our reviews on Yelp and Facebook. About the show Each show features comedians Eloisa Bravo, Scott Simpson, and Jon Allen. A rotating selection of Bay Area comedians and visiting comics also grace the stage. Please arrive at the theater by 9:45pm, and check in with the box office. The bar opens at 9pm, and the show starts at 10pm. The theater has a full bar with no drink minimum. Come early for cheap drinks and great seats! The show always ends by 11:30pm, so there is plenty of time to catch the BART or MUNI. After the show, we encourage everyone 21+ to party with us at Chelsea Place, a neighborhood bar around the corner. Frequently asked questions Is there an age requirement? The show is for mature audience members of 18+ only. Is there a drink minimum? No, there is no drink minimum. What if I'm late? This is a live show, and we want everyone to have a great time. As a courtesy to the performers and audience, we will not seat those who arrive after 10:20pm. If you are unable to make it by this time, please let us know. We would be happy to transfer your tickets to a future date. Is there parking available? There is no parking at the theater, but there are many public parking garages close by. See your options on Parkopedia. If the event is sold out, will you have tickets at the door? We often sell out, so please buy your tickets in advance. If the event is sold out on Eventbrite, we will not have any extra tickets to sell at the door. In that case, please visit our Eventbrite page to get tickets to the next show! More information For more information, please visit our website. Still have questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions? Feel free to email or call us at (512) 568-4401 anytime. We'd love to hear from you! Cheaper Than Therapy is presented by CTT Comedy and Shelton Theater.
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 6:00 AM
Half Moon Bay Hobie First Cast (2 Dates)
California Canoe & Kayak – This First Cast event target species will be Trapping for Dungeness Crabs. The Season opens Nov. 4th, but we'll hold this event a couple weeks after. We only have up to 6 spots available for this event so don't hesitate to secure your spot. The cost for this event will be $200 (if you bring your own Hobie it will be $150) if you use our Hobie the $200 will go towards the purchase of a new Hobie Mirage Kayak. Only Hobies will be allowed at this event. If you buy both dates you'll save 15%. After the traps are dropped you can choose to return to shore or jig for rockfish. The event will include the use of a Hobie Mirage Drive Kayak, wetsuit, & PFD. If you need a rod and tackle the guides will have that on site and you can pay them before launching for the day. The cost will be $30 to use the gear for the trip. All participants will need to meet the guides at the Pillar Point boat launch at 6am.
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 AM
The Berkeley Half Marathon 2017
The Berkeley Half Marathon – The 5th Annual Berkeley Half Marathon returns November 19th, 2017. Choose your distance: The Half Marathon, the 10K, or the 5K. Experience a running tour of our exceptional city starting with iconic Telegraph Avenue and Downtown Berkeley, winding through the serene residential streets of North Berkeley, cruising along the waterfront near the Berkeley Marina and much more.
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:30 AM
Rising Sunners on the Run
Rising Sun Energy Center – We believe in a socially just and green future where more people are investing in local youth and underserved communities. Rising Sun serves the greater Bay Area community with green workforce development and employment programs for youth and low-income adults, and direct energy and water efficiency services for community residents! We are creating opportunities for those most in need while making a big and growing impact on the environment. Rise and run with us to bring awareness to our important work + raise money for team Rising Sun! Engage with our colleagues, community partners, families, friends, and the greater community along the way and celebrate at the finish line! What’s more, we’ll host several fun team activities and challenge events in preparation for race day!
    Sunday Nov 19 - Jan 28 @ 9:00 AM
Personal Best Training Program Kick Off
Personal Best - Kaiser Permanente San Rafael Medical Center Employees – Kickoff training for the annual Personal Best Training Program. I professionally coached workout for our employees, their families and friends welcomee!
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 9:00 AM
Empire in the Air Group Run
Road Runner Sports – Come run with us for Empire in the Air's 2nd 5K fundraiser. Proceeds of this event will go to Project PEARLS' Christmas Program where registration fees will "adopt" a Project PEARLS family by providing groceries for their holiday meals and Christmas gifts for their children. Join us for shopping party, light snacks, beverages and raffle prizes!
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 9:45 AM
Sunday Morning Fitness Ride Hills
Alameda Bicycle – Join us for a casual jaunt into Oakland in search of some hills. Just enough to get us sweatin'! We won’t leave anyone behind, and the ride is beginner friendly, but we recommend a street hybrid or a road bike. We leave promptly at 10am and we set our pace at roughly 10-14 miles an hour. Check out our website for example routes:
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:00 AM
Breema Workshop in San Francisco
The Breema Center – Breema offers us the possibility of having a new posture toward life; one in which we see that it is possible to meet the constantly changing events of life with a balanced and supportive atmosphere within ourselves. We experience worry, anxiety and tension when we are not connected to this inner atmosphere. Experiencing Breema’s Nine Principles of Harmony through practicing nurturing Breema bodywork and Self-Breema movement exercises gives us a foundation for ?tasting balance and harmony outside of the classroom in our daily lives. Join us for an energizing and unifying workshop! Instructors: Denise Berezonsky and Angela Porter Open to all levels. No bodywork experience needed. $40 (30 if paid by November 13) • 3 CE hours available. For more information and to register please contact the Breema Center 510-428-0937 or For all Breema Center sponsored events: The Breema Center is approved to offer continuing education for massage practitioners and bodyworkers by the NCBTMB (#145251-00), registered nurses by the California BRN (#03852), and LMFTs, LCSWs, and LPCCs by the CAMFT (#128568).
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:00 AM
Breema Workshop in Lund, Sweden
The Breema Center – Breema är ett omvandlande system för att upptäcka sig själv. Det består av kroppsarbete sekvenser (rörelser som görs ihop med en annan person), själv-Breema övningar (rörelser som görs med den egna kroppen) och en universell filosofi som formuleras genom de Nio Principerna för Harmoni. Breema kallas för konsten att vara närvarande. Principerna uttrycker olika aspekter av närvaro och en djup förståelse för hur allt levande hör samman. Breema är ett sätt att förhålla sig till livet och till sig själv. De enkla naturliga rörelserna i Breema övningar stöder kropp, sinne och känslor att arbeta tillsammans för att öka mottaglighet, balans och öppenhet för livet. När vi utövar Breema medverkar principerna till att skapa en djup mottaglighet i såväl mottagaren som utövaren. Breema utförs fullt påklädd på en mjuk matta på gulvet. Alla kan ha nytta och glädje av Breema och de nio principerna i sin vardag. Workshop with Birthe Kaarsholm in Lund: Söndag 19. november, kl. 10-13 Folkparken, Trollebergsvägen 58, 227 31 Lund, Sverige 250 SEK To register or for more information about the workshop contact Birthe Kaarsholm or call Annette Holmström +46 708793739
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:00 AM
Experience, Creativity & Dharma
East Bay Meditation Center – Experience, Creativity & Dharma: A day of creative writing and movement meditation with Arisika Razak and Mushim Ikeda Open to all A fun and relaxing day of creative writing from your personal experience combined with gentle movement meditation to get everyone relaxed. Opportunities to share some of our writing with others and be received with the Dharmic qualities of compassion and loving kindness. Gentle movement meditation for all abilities and Dharma talks. No previous experience in movement or writing required. You’re invited to bring a non-scented object or an image that connects you to the body, your life experience, or the Dharma. Teacher Bios Mushim Ikeda: Mushim Patricia Ikeda is a core teacher at EBMC, and a widely published author of poetry, nonfiction, and writings on socially-engaged Buddhism. She entered Buddhism through the arts, and she holds an MFA from the Graduate Writers Workshop of the University of Iowa. For more info, see Arisika Razak: Arisika Razak, RN, NM, MPH is the former Chair of the Women’s Spirituality Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Her teachings are based on diverse spiritual traditions, women's health and healing, and contemporary liberation movements. She has led spiritual and healing workshops for women for over 25 years, and healing/meditation workshops for beings of diverse genders for 10 years. She has taught at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, and currently teaches in EBMC's People of Color Sangha and Friday MahaSangha. A core member of the Purple Moon Dance Project for 20 years, her work with movement and meditation celebrates our diverse spiritualities, ancestral lineages, and varied bodies. **** The East Bay Meditation Center operates using a generosity-based, gift economics model. This means we charge no set registration fees to attend our events and instead rely on the generous giving of our community. All classes at the Center do come with a financial cost. Class participants are offered an opportunity to make a voluntary gift to EBMC during the registration process or at an event itself. To make a financial donation to Mushim Ikeda directly via PayPal, please use PayPal ID: Please note that no one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you would like to explore any EBMC volunteer positions, please send an email expressing your interest to In order to protect the health of community members with environmental illness, please do not wear fragranced products (including natural fragrances) or clothes laundered in fragranced products to EBMC.
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:00 AM
Sunday Stroll at Leona Canyon Regional Preserve
Crab Cove Visitor Center – Wake up and walk into nature. Each week we will explore a different park and the natural wonders within. Hikes range from 1-5 miles. Great for families. Dogs welcome on most hikes. See for maps and directions. No registration; drop-in. For information, call (510) 544-3187. Sun, Nov 19: Leona Canyon Regional Preserve (Canyon Oaks Dr.) Enjoy a 3 mile walk into the shady creek bed in this hidden gem of a park.
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:00 AM
Church Conference 2017 (tentative)
Berkeley Methodist United Church – It will be a cooperative conference with Epworth UMC. So, please put in your calendar.
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 10:30 AM
Sunday Service: Creating Beloved Community
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists – Creating Beloved Community Rev. Marsh Agobert, Worship Leader For those of us who have been part of this community for years and for those of us who have come more recently; regardless of summers far ranging, or cleaved close to home – Welcome! During what may be the most tumultuous time (to date) in this surprising century, we take a moment to welcome new members and to be together: meet, greet, welcome and huddle with those of us in this small raft. Ingathering is here! You are home. Please bring a short blessing or good wish in writing which will be placed in a basket for the occasion. Welcome Home!
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Black Reconstruction in Our Times: CPE track at Zinn Book Fair
The Center for Political Education – BLACK RECONSTRUCTION IN OUR TIMES: A CPE TRACK AT THE 2017 ZINN BOOK FAIR SAVE THE DATE! November 19, 2017 City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus Center for Political Education is excited to bring together authors from across the country with Bay Area organizers for a 5-session track at this year’s Howard Zinn Book Fair on November 19, at City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus. Last spring CPE organized the Reading Black Reconstruction Study Group where 50 local organizers and activists took on a collective study of WEB DuBois' monumental and essential book about the struggle against slavery and for Black political power at the turn of the 20th century. The resounding salience of the themes of DuBois’ Black Reconstruction in America for our times encouraged us to propose a track inspired by the book and the study group for the 2017 Howard Zinn Book Fair in November. The five-session track will put the authors of new works in conversation with organizers to help explore the Reconstruction themes of land, education, labor, political power, and resistance. We hope you and your friends, family, comrades, and co-workers will join us this year at the 017 Howard Zinn Book Fair for RECONSTRUCTION IN OUR TIMES! BLACK RECONSTRUCTION IN OUR TIMES Track Details: LAND 11:00am-12:00pm Featuring: Jordon Camp, editor (with Laura Pulido) of Development Drowned and Reborn: The Blues and Bourbon Restorations in Post-Katrina New Orleans by Clyde Woods Dawn Phillips of Causa Justa Just Cause and Melissa Crosby of the Black Land and Liberation Initiative EDUCATION 12:15pm-1:15pm Featuring: Damien Sojoyner, author of First Strike: Educational Enclosures in Black Los Angeles Chrissy Anderson-Zavala local educator and activist Chela Delgado, local educator and activist Sónia Vaz Borges, scholar and activist POLITICAL POWER 1:30pm-2:30pm Featuring: Gaye Theresa Johnson and Alex Lubin, editors of Futures of Black Radicalism Seth Markle, author of A Motorcycle on Hell Run: Tanzania, Black Power and the Uncertain Future of Pan-Africanism, 1964-1974 Sanyika Bryant, Malcolm X Grassroots Movement Maisha Quint, local activist and poet LABOR 2:45pm-3:45-pm Featuring: Saba Waheed, author of Ready to Work, Uprooting Inequity: Black Workers in Los Angeles County Melissa Burch, academic and activist Danielle Mahones, UC Berkeley Labor Center,, National Black Workers Center RESISTANCE 4:00pm-5:00pm Featuring: Jakobi Williams, author of From the Bullet to the Ballot: The Illinois Chapter of the Black Panther Party and Racial Coalition Politics in Chicago Richard Brown, Committee for the Defense of Human Rights, SF8, former political prisoner Donna Willmott, former political prisoner, Catalyst Project * * * * * Stay tuned for more details, help us spread the word by sharing the facebook event, and support the amazing and powerful Howard Zinn Bookfair!
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Dragon Fruit Project Field Trip
UCSC Ethnic Resource Centers – Link to RSVP: The Cantú Queer Center, Asian American/Pacific Islander Resource Center (AA/PIRC), and Asian Pacific Islander Queer Trans Students (APIQTS) are sponsoring a trip to the GLBT History Museum in San Francisco. Transportation will be provided by van to the first 20 who register. If you need a ride to San Francisco and back to Santa Cruz, you must indicate both options in the RSVP form. If you wish to provide your own transportation or provide transportation for others, please indicate below. (For those who transport others, your parking and gas will be reimbursed). Event Address: GLBT History Museum, 4127 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94114 ABOUT THE EXHIBIT We will be viewing the Dragon Fruit Exhibit created by the Dragon Fruit Project. The Dragon Fruit Project is an intergenerational oral history project with API Equality - Northern California, that explores queer Asian Pacific Islanders and their experiences with love and activism in the 1960s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. The Dragon Fruit Project is an effort devoted to recording the stories of Asian American/Pacific Islander Queer folk to increase AA/PIQ visibility and to emphasize the importance of love in community activism. More information on the project can be found at The exhibit tour will be lead by SFSU Professor Amy Sueyoshi. Amy Sueyoshi is Associate Dean of the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University, the first and only college in the nation that houses the five departments of Africana Studies, American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies, Latina/o Studies, and Race and Resistance Studies. She holds a Ph.D. in history from University of California, Los Angeles and a B.A. from Barnard College of Columbia University. Amy’s research interests lie primarily at the intersection of Asian American and queer studies. She authored Queer Compulsions: Race, Nation, and Sexuality in the Intimate Life of Yone Noguchi. Her second book titled Discriminating Sex: White Leisure and the Making of American "Oriental" is in press and expected to be out in March 2018. She additionally wrote the section on API queer history for the National Parks Foundation’s landmark LGBTQ theme study. She is a founding co-curator of the GLBT History Museum, the first queer history museum in the United States, and the recipient of the Willie Walker Award for service to the GLBT Historical Society. She also initiated the Dragon Fruit Project, a community oral history project for API Equality Northern California, a queer Asian Pacific Islander advocacy group in San Francisco Chinatown. Contact the Asian American/Pacific Islander Resource Center at or call 831-459-5349 for any further questions or accessibility needs.
    Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
Fei Tian: ShareTea/TeaOne Boba Fundraiser!
Fei Tian Dancers (UC Berkeley) – Heading to FTD’s showcase but feeling the need to satisfy your boba addiction? Head over to ShareTea or TeaOne this Sunday and mention Fei Tian Dancers to support our team!