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As you know, I am making a creepy Babe Cave party happen on the 31st with my friend Sirbo Turbo (aka Robert from Kreamy ‘Lectric Santa)>>here is the frightening flyer my friend Melissa made for the occasion:

The aforementioned M will be in the house painting faces and on hand with various costume items to help you prepare for the evening. Same as usual, 12-4pm at Laszlo (2534 Mission Street//SF)

There are going to be all kinds of things going on Saturday over in the Oaklands as well. I am going to be throwing down some vinyl at one and maybe TWO house parties. Details to follow—for now, here is a sneak preview of my Hiphoctopus costume I have been working on.

Special thanks to Natalie for her sewing help. I LOVE HALLOWEEN!

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Oakland, another reason to love you and your mysterious ways. Plus that Fred hoodie is almost blowing my mind as much  as young Miss Kreayshawn (and her video-texting) herself. Almost.

and West Oakland is apparently having underground raves? Whaaa?

Someone take me to this magic land where both the black kids and the white kids hang out and get down dancing in my neighborhood!

Let’s not forget the turf dancing that’s happening over in East Oakland

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OMG, Janelle (aka Ginger) sent me the base for our new flyer for next week. I told her I was looking for big 80’s plaid and floral>>she really delivered. I added some new faces to the mix AND our movie of the evening and VIOLA! >>>

Killer, right?? We are going to be showing Almodovar’s ‘Women On the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown,” which is FILLED with amazing 80’s pattern fashion. Encouraging you to dress up accordingly. We’ll have some kindof drink special (possibly gazpacho-based???) –Plus, I’ll be playing records ALL NIGHT LONG.

Can’t wait to see you there!

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for you, a new joke i made up today (or “tpday” as my fingers wished to type)

(to be said in a new jersey accent (i don’t know why but yes, it is meant to be))

“heeeeeeey, i saw a guy driving one a dem Smaahhht Cahhss taday. I said ta him, AY! whaddya think ya some kinda wise guy or what??”

GET IT? ok ok fine. but you have to admit it’s better than my other favorite joke:

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Here’s a great mix from Max Wowch via my favorite internet radio station Viva-Radio.

Great for putting on and doing stuff around the house/office/barn/dairyqueen. Sweeping. Sleeping. Whatever your bag is.

Mellllllllllowwwwwwwwwww click here for Max’s mix on his weekly show BURGER TIME.

ok ok, looks like you have to physically click ‘wednesday’ then click ‘burger time,’ then you’re there.

The cool thing about Viva is you can scroll through different lists at will, then if you find a fav dj you can go through their catalogued mixes and listen to them alllllllllll. +PLUS no commercials! YES. YES. AND YES.


ok i have to go to work, enjoy your Wednesday. One last thing>>>if you are East Bayble, come to this SHOW tomorrow NIGHT. One of my new favorite bands, Arms & Legs will be playing. I hear they have a sexy new sax player…and who can resist THAT?

@ the Uptown (OAK) 1928 telegraph ave 8pm $10 (ugh, i know but for serious, this will be a good show). bye!

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Last night was my first 1st Tuesday over at the Layover—right after comedy night. It’s looking like 1+3 Tuesdays are gonna be funny AND dancy, thanks so much to everyone who came out last night. Come visit me there again in two weeks! First song of the night:

The boys and I (two bar fellows and one doorman) are lookin for a name for our night>>give a shout if you have an idea.

Apparently things got crazier on the dance floor than I realized. Leave the taco eating for the taqueria, madame.

Item #2:

The Local 123 Opening for Christian DeFilippo was great–thanks to Sam for bringing his excellent amp help. I love that spot, coffee and yumminess galore! Plus they serve beer on tap now, and make a lot of their foods right in house. I had a great time, and the art is worth checking out. I dressed up as a figure I thought he would’ve painted, which means I got to wear my favorite black wig AND play records. Score.

An example of his work:

And lastly:

A friendly reminder while we’re on the dj-tip is I am still doing the Babe Cave every Sunday as well. Four hours of brunchy-goodness (Foreign Cinema style–except you eat it with us in Laszlo while I play records–riiiiiiight?? in the CAVE), and right near the 24th street Bart for you East Bayers. Plus FREE DONUTS.

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