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Man Swap Burlingame Saturday Feb 22 7:00pm       $10 at the door

Man Swap

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02 Days 20 Hours 52 Minutes

Single Women are invited to exchange bachelors at this fun party! Tonight we prove that all the men in the San Francisco Bay Area are NOT “married, gay, or dead.” Each woman is invited to bring the finest bachelor she knows, with whom she is NOT romantically involved (ex-husband, brother, father, son, friend, boss, co-worker) and introduce him to the women at the party. $10/door includes dancing to your favorite hits, with house DJ. We start off the party at 7pm with a fun Mixer Game, that makes it EASY to meet people. MEN AND WOMEN ARE ALSO INVITED TO COME ALONE. Adults of all ages welcome. Dressy nightclub attire requested. Saturday, February 22, 2020, 7pm. LOCATION: The Vinyl Room, “The Biggest Little Nightclub on the Peninsula,” 221 Park Road, Downtown Burlingame CA. MORE PARTIES at www.thepartyhotline.com. •Photograph & Explore Skyline Wilderness, Jan 25, Napa •Speed Dating, Jan 26, Sunnyvale •Meet Your Valentine Mixer – North Bay Feb 1, Petaluma •Meet Your Valentine Mixer - Marin Feb 6, Sausalito •Private Estate Valentines Dance, Feb 7, Fremont •Meet Your Valentine Dance, Feb 8, Silicon Valley •Commonwealth Club Party, Feb 12, San Francisco •The Valentine Ball, Feb 14, San Francisco •Post-Valentine Mixer, Feb 15, Danville •Speed Dating, Feb 16, Burlingame •Mt Everest Trip, April 18, Nepal CO-SPONSORED by The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; and by many singles meetups. All of our parties are fundraisers for The Seva Foundation, www.seva.org, to restore sight to the blind. Every $50 we raise at the party finances a cataract surgery for one blind person in one of the poor countries of the world! So please invite all of your single friends!

When: Saturday Feb 22 7:00pm

Where: Vinyl Room

221 Park Rd Downtown Burlingame CA

Admission: $10 at the door

WebSite: https://www.thepartyhotline.com

Contact: Rich Gosse, rich@richgosse.com, 4155079962

Category: Singles 4 id: 15359

Fellini 100 Homage to Federico Fellini San Francisco Saturday Mar 7 3:00pm       $(13)

Fellini 100 Homage to Federico Fellini

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16 Days 16 Hours 52 Minutes

San Francisco will pay homage to the great Maestro with a selection of his works on March 7, 2020 at the Castro Theatre. This will be Cinema Italia San Francisco’s 10th program, in collaboration with Luce Cinecittà and the Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco.

When: Saturday Mar 7 3:00pm

Where: The Castro Theatre

429 Castro St Eureka Valley San Francisco CA

Admission: 13

WebSite: www.CinemaItaliaSF.com

Contact: Amelia Antonucci, amelia.antonucci@gmail.com, (415) 621-6120

Category: Film/Plays 14 id: 15373

BODY MUSICEast Bay Concert Alameda Friday Mar 20 8:00pm       $25 advance/ $30 day of show

BODY MUSICEast Bay Concert

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29 Days 21 Hours 52 Minutes

Body Music – clapping, snapping, stepping and vocalizing – is music you can see, dance you can hear — likely the oldest music on the planet. Keith Terry, in his 40th year of pioneering contemporary Body Music and producing events in the Bay Area and around the world through his Oakland-based arts non-profit Crosspulse, teams up with Rhythmix for the culmination of a month of BODY MUSIC/East Bay events to present PAL educational assemblies, a BODY MUSIC workshop with Keith Terry, and a live concert featuring a host of Bay Area body music artists. There are many traditional Body Musics in the world, from African-American Hambone and Flamenco Palmas to Sumatran Saman and Ethiopian Armpit music. Since 1978 Keith Terry has developed a contemporary style of Body Music based on his training as a jazz drummer, as well as his years of intensive study and collaboration with world rhythmic systems. Since 2008 Crosspulse’s International Body Music Festival has given wings to the state of the art, now presenting MiniFests around the world.

When: Friday Mar 20 8:00pm

Where: Rhythmix Cultural Works

2513 Blanding Ave Alameda Alameda CA

Admission: $25 advance/ $30 day of show

WebSite: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/body-music-east-bay-in-concert/

Contact: Rythmix, info@rhythmix.org, 510-865-5060

Category: Performing Arts 11 id: 15364

Age is Just a Number Alameda Thursday Feb 27 7:00pm       $10 advance/$15 day of show

Age is Just a Number

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07 Days 20 Hours 52 Minutes

Two half hour documentaries by Elizabeth Sher and Maggie Simpson Adams In a celebration of art-making and aging, local filmmakers Elizabeth Sher and Maggie Simpson Adams profile the lives and success of two East Bay inspirations in “Edith and Weezie: Age is Just a Number”. Through these two short documentaries, Sher and Adams provide insight into what is possible when we cast aside life’s hurdles to make room for our futures. Each film is twenty minutes long with Q&A following. Edith Hillinger: Collaging Cultures a film by Elizabeth Sher tells the story of Berkeley artist Hillinger’s life beginning in Berlin, escaping to Turkey with her parents when the Nazis came to power, emigrating to Canada, then to New York City and finally landing in Berkeley, CA. Her artwork in collage is inspired by the Arabic patterns and colors of her childhood. Her lifelong interest in botany, led to work in watercolors where she examines the smallest aspects of petals and leaves to “make the insignificant significant.” Lame since polio struck her as an infant, now in her ninth decade, she continues to live a full life of travel, friends and, of course, always art. Weezie Mott: Still Cookin’ a film by Elizabeth Sher and Alameda resident Maggie Simpson Adams, profiles beloved Alameda hero Weezie Mott. The film covers Weezie’s upbringing in Colorado, to joining the Navy as a nurse in WWII, to living with her naval attaché husband Howard, in Turkey and Italy. Weezie finally landed in “this pretty, pretty island of Alameda” where she founded her cooking school. Now in her 10th decade, she continues to run Weezie Mott’s Cooking School from her home. Weezie Mott: Still Cookin’ is the third collaboration between Sher and Simpson Adams.

When: Thursday Feb 27 7:00pm

Where: Rhythmix Cultural Works

2513 Blanding Ave Alameda CA

Admission: $10 advance/$15 day of show

WebSite: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/age-is-just-a-number/

Contact: Rythmix, info@rhythmix.org, 5108655060

Category: Film/Plays 14 id: 15352

Karaoke Party Newark Thursday Feb 27 7:30pm       $10 at the door

Karaoke Party

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07 Days 21 Hours 22 Minutes

Our first-ever Karaoke Singles Night features YOU as the star, if you have the nerve! Or you can just sit back and enjoy. Prizes to the best singers. Only $10 at the door includes a fun Mixer Game, with prizes. Dressy nightclub attire requested. Adults of all ages welcome. Thursday, Feb 27, 2020, 7:30-11pm. BONUS: We kick off the party with our FUN Mixer Game, that makes it EASY to meet new friends. LOCATION: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Bistro 880, 39900 Balentine Drive, Newark CA 94560. Conveniently located just off Hwy 880, at the Stevenson exit. Free parking! MORE PARTIES at www.thepartyhotline.com. •Private Estate Valentines Dance, Feb 7, Fremont •Meet Your Valentine Dance, Feb 8, Silicon Valley •Hidden Waterfalls & Winery Tour, Feb 9, Sonoma County •Commonwealth Club Party, Feb 12, San Francisco •The Valentine Ball, Feb 14, San Francisco •East Bay Valentine Mixer, Feb 15, Danville •Valentine Speed Dating, Feb 16, Sunnyvale •Man Swap, Feb 22, Burlingame •Advanced Degrees Mixer, Mar 7, San Anselmo •Wine Tasting Party, Mar 15, Livermore •Mt Everest Trip, April 18, Nepal CO-SPONSORED by Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; and many singles meetups. All of our parties are fundraisers for The Seva Foundation, www.seva.org, to restore sight to the blind. Every $50 we raise at the party finances a cataract surgery for one blind person in one of the poor countries of the world! So please invite all of your single friends! PLEASE NOTE: The number of people who RSVP on this meetup doesn't reflect all who have registered or will be attending. We promote our events through numerous singles meetups and dozens of major websites, including Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, Yahoo, Google, etc., plus email blasts to over 100,000 Bay Area singles.

When: Thursday Feb 27 7:30pm

Where: Bistro 880

39900 Balentine Dr Newark Newark CA

Admission: $10 at the door

WebSite: https://www.thepartyhotline.com

Contact: Rich Gosse, rich@richgosse.com, 4155079962

Category: Singles 4 id: 15362

Chelle Friends Mardi Gras Party Alameda Saturday Feb 22 8:00pm       $22 advance/ $27 day of show

Chelle Friends Mardi Gras Party

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02 Days 21 Hours 52 Minutes

Ask 20 people how to define the music of New Orleans and you’ll get 30 different answers. It could be jazz, funk, soul, Creole, Cajun, or gospel, Caribbean, African, Zydeco, rock or the chants and stirring rhythms of Mardi Gras Indians. Combining these elements and more, CHELLE & Friends delivers a stewpot of musical gumbo that is sweet, spicy, aromatic and definitely intoxicating. CHELLE! and Friends is made up of some of the most distinguished and accomplished musicians in the San Francisco Bay Area. Their vibrant music comes alive with the driving voices of artistic director, founder, New Orleans native, and Oakland’s own “Queen of New Orleans Music,” Michelle Jacques, Rhonda Crane, Jay Lamont and Bryan Dyer, with Donna Viscuso on woodwinds, Eric Swinerman on guitar, Kevin Scott on bass and Michaelle Goerlitz on drums. Although the repertoire includes gospel, folk, blues, and pop songs from around the country, New Orleans music in its many varieties – jazz, R&B, swamp pop, and Mardi Gras Indian music, among them – has been the group’s focus since its inception in early 2005. Preserving those sounds became an even more urgent mission after Hurricane Katrina stuck the Crescent City later that year. This musically rich performance transcends ethnic boundaries, uplifts, brings news, protests, motivates and honors our richness and diversity. “Whether leading a children’s Mardi Gras parade or headlining the ‘Queens of New Orleans” Music Festival, CHELLE! & Friends’ blend of music delights audiences of all ages.” Linda Lucero, Executive/Artistic Director-Yerba Buena Gardens Festival “Chelle has put together a dream team of accomplished performers. This group completely rocks!” Russ Jennings, Common Soul Productions Doors open at 6:30pm with a New Orleans style dinner from Café Jolie.

When: Saturday Feb 22 8:00pm

Where: Rhythmix Cultural Works

2513 Blanding Ave Alameda CA

Admission: $22 advance/ $27 day of show

WebSite: https://www.rhythmix.org/events/chelleandfriends-2020/

Contact: Rhythmix, info@rhythmix.org, 5108655060

Category: Concerts 7 id: 15351