David Mertz

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The Ativan Experience -- Now it can be yours!
February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm - February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm
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Feeling stressed out? Can't sleep? Just need some good old fashioned tranquilization? Having an epileptic seizure that needs to be stopped? Craving a drink but don't have any liquor around? Just pop an Ativan. Sure, it won't make your problems go away, but at least it makes life more bearable.


Daniella Salvatrix California
February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm - February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm
December 21st, 2012 is when the Mayan Calendar ends.

December 22nd, 2012 is where I take the day off. And fuck a lot.

Burning Man 2011

Burning Man
February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm - February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm
Black Rock Desert, NV
It's gonna be AWESOME! This year's Art Theme is "Rites of Passage". More information at www.burningman.com

"Race and Sovereignty" - 5th Annual CRS Symposium

Critical Race Studies Program at UCLA School of Law
February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm - February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm
UCLA School of Law
Please visit the link below for updates, including confirmed speakers, submission instructions, and registration information:


The Fifth Annual Critical Race Studies Symposium will explore the relationship between race and sovereignty. Sovereignty, like race, has been invoked, understood, and deployed in contradictory ways. Historically, sovereignty has been an important vehicle through which hegemonic power has been enforced, for example, by articulating citizenship as a racial project rooted in the power to exclude. Sovereignty has also been an important tool of anti-colonial resistance crucial to liberatory struggles of people of color in the U.S. and worldwide. Race shares this complex dimension, serving as both a technology of oppression and a vehicle for resistance to that oppression.

Despite these parallels, race and sovereignty have, for the most part, been engaged as separate and mutually exclusive projects: sovereignty has primarily been linked to the struggles of Native Americans and other indigenous peoples, while the struggles of other people of color have largely been cast through a standard anti-racist narrative of citizenship and inclusion. The symposium proposes, instead, to examine how race and sovereignty intersect and are mutually constitutive, even as important distinctions remain. We propose to examine how race enters into concepts of sovereignty and how sovereignty enters into concepts of race.

Among the questions to be considered are the following:

• How has the exercise of national sovereignty explicitly and implicitly relied upon race as a criterion of membership?

• How might a sovereignty framework provide a counter-narrative to the story of inclusion often associated with civil rights?

• How can a comparative racial analysis contribute to understanding the possibilities and limits of sovereignty?

• How has race influenced the cognizability of claims to sovereignty?

• Does the assertion of sovereignty by oppressed peoples stand subject to the same or similar critiques of the exercise of sovereign power by dominant national formations?

Please forward proposals and questions to crssymposium@law.ucla.edu and any questions regarding the symposium logistics to crs@law.ucla.edu

OEDIPUS the TYRANT by Sophocles (Running Feb. 20 - Mar. 13, 2011)

The Porters Of Hellsgate
February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm - February 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm
The Sherry Theatre (11052 Magnolia Blvd, North Hollywood, California, United States)

One year on from their award-winning run of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, The Porters of Hellsgate open their fifth season (Feb 20th) with the most famous Greek Tragedy, Sophocles’ Oedipus the Tyrant (in a world premiere translation by company member Jamey Hecht, PhD). Combining dance, eclectic costuming, and Hecht’s spirited translation, The Porters of Hellsgate aim to thrill audiences with this four-week run of Sophocles’ uncanny drama.

A mysterious plague has come to Thebes. Corpses burn all night, pregnant women can’t give birth, crops fail, cattle die, and the survivors are exhausted. Helpless, the Theban people turn to their beloved king Oedipus—whose own authority, family, and very identity are broken open in a relentless search for the truth that brings him down from brilliant ruler to homeless scapegoat within the span of ninety minutes.

Oedipus the Tyrant opens Sunday, February 20, at 7pm, and runs Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm, and Sundays at 2pm, through Sunday, March 13, 2011. On Saturday, March 12, there will be back-to-back performances at 7pm and 10pm, instead of a single 8pm performance. The final performance is Sunday, March 13, with back-to-back performances at 2pm and 7pm. See Oedipus the Tyrant at:

The Sherry Theatre
11052 Magnolia Boulevard
North Hollywood, CA 91601

Copies of the translation, in Hecht’s book Sophocles’ Three Theban Plays (Wordsworth Editions, 2005), are available for purchase in the lobby for $10 each.

The Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Company was founded in 2006 by Edward Castuera, Jack Leahy and Charles Pasternak. Their inaugural production of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar opened at the end of that year. Since then the Porters have produced ten more of Shakespeare’s plays: Twelfth Night ('07), King Richard III ('07), Titus Andronicus ('07), Two Gentlemen of Verona ('07/'08), Much Ado About Nothing ('08), Macbeth ('08), Love's Labour's Lost ('08), King Richard II ('09), Hamlet ('10), and The Comedy of Errors (‘10), as well as Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead ('10, in rep. with Hamlet) and an original work, Deity Clutch (‘10), by Associate Artistic Director Gus Krieger. In 2010, Artistic Director Charles Pasternak was awarded “Shakespeare Performance of the Year” by StageSceneLA for his performance in the title role of Hamlet (which also received a “GO!” from the LA Weekly), directed by Associate Artistic Director Thomas Bigley (also awarded, earning “Outstanding Direction of a Drama”). The company’s mission is to bring powerful productions of both classic and new works to the Los Angeles community.

Tickets are $20, $15 for students/seniors 60+/AEA.
Reservations are available online via Brown Paper Tickets.
(Designated URL at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/149704).
Reservations can also be made via our e-mail or voice mail.
Information line/voice mail: 818-325-2055.
E-mail questions/comments/reservation requests to: PortersOfHellsgate@gmail.com

The Porters of Hellsgate present...
the world premiere of a new translation:
Translated by Jamey Hecht, PhD
Directed by Natasha Vargas-Cooper
Starring Charles Pasternak in the title role


Thomas Bigley
Dana DeRuyck
Blanca Gomez
Jamey Hecht
Joan Hurwit
Gus Krieger
Christina MacKinnon
Kate O'Toole
Alex Parker
Joey Slamon
Dylan Vigus

Mindshare LA

Mindshare LA
July 15, 2010 at 6:00 pm - July 15, 2010 at 7:00 pm
Club 740 (Downtown LA) (740 S. Broadway , Los Angeles, California, United States)

Mindshare LA

Douglas Campbell
June 17, 2010 at 6:00 pm - June 17, 2010 at 9:30 pm
Club 740 (Downtown LA) (740 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, California, United States)
More details, full program and tickets at:

Mindshare LA / April 15th

Mindshare LA
April 15, 2010 at 6:00 pm - April 16, 2010 at 12:00 am
Club 740, Downtown LA
Check out our new website:

And this month's program here:

Mindshare / December 17th

Mindshare LA
December 17, 2009 at 7:00 pm - December 18, 2009 at 1:00 am
The Downtown Independent Theater (251 S. Main Street, Los Angeles, California, United States)

Dan Busby / Physicist and Freelance Tinkerer
Electric Cars: 19th Century Technology Today!

Jamie Zigelbaum / Oblong Industries
Digital Dactyls (Post-Interface Prosthetics)

Vanessa Van Petten / Youthologist & CEO Radical Teenagers, Inc
Virtual Dating, Friends and Sex: How .Com is Changing Next Generation's Relationships

Doug Campbell / Founder, Mindshare.LA
Santa Flash Mobs and Other Bizarre Christmas Traditions

ALSO, Tim Nordwind, Bassist for the band OK Go, will be DJ’ing!

Doors are at 7pm - but feel free to skip dinner - the Asian Soul Kitchen will be serving all night!

More details here: http://www.mindshare.la/events.html

Join us at our new venue at the Downtown Independent theater for a holiday themed Mindshare!

We hope to see you there for another night of enlightened debauchery!

Mindshare / November 18th

Mindshare LA
November 18, 2009 at 7:00 pm - November 19, 2009 at 1:00 am
The Downtown Independent Theater (251 S. Main Street, Los Angeles, California, United States)
Transhumanism, Gestural Computer Interaction, Airship Adventures and Eurasian Roadtrips...

See full invite here:

Free parking sponsored by BrandX!

Mindshare / September 2009

Mindshare LA
September 17, 2009 at 6:00 pm - September 18, 2009 at 12:00 am
Downtown LA (Venue TBA, Los Angeles, California, United States)
See the full mailer here:


Steen Strand / COO & VP Design, ICON Aircraft
The Next Powersport

Julie Lacouture / Director West Region, DonorsChoose.org
Connecting you to Classrooms in Need

Bob Krone / Ph.D., Colonel, USAF (Ret), USC emeritus Professor, ASQ Fellow Member
Provost, Kepler Space University
The Future of Humans in Space

Chris Lindstrom / Expert, Complementary Currencies and New Economics
Why We Create Complimentary Currencies

Greg Ferenstein / Psychology Researcher, UCI
The Neo-Conservative Mind: They're not Evil, They're Paranoid

Charu / Founder, Embody Tantra
Tantra: Exploring the Realms of Sexual Fulfillment

Lot 613 has booked a taco stand inside the venue so don't worry if you skip dinner, they'll be serving all night!

And of course there will be an open bar, music and a number of installations on display from the great brains from Mindshare Labs! Matt Davis and Pete Sistrom will also be showcasing their new music visualizer: "Name the Machine" and work from sculptor Ben Parkes will also be on the patio.

We hope to see you there for another night of Enlightened Debauchery!

The Sunday Before Mindshare... Dockweiler Beach BBQ!

Mindshare LA
September 13, 2009 at 10:00 am - September 13, 2009 at 9:00 pm
Dockweiler State Beach (Imperial Hwy and Vista Del Mar, Playa del Rey, California, United States)
NOTE: The event is free (BYO-booze-grillables) but we're raising $$ for a shade structure and volleyball net! Donate here:

Summertime is nearing it's end.. so what better Sunday plan then to hit up a beach BBQ with a bunch of interesting, sexy people?

Dockweiler State Beach has BBQ and fire pit areas on a first come first served basis. We'll get there early to reserve a fire pit so we can make a bonfire and stay until the park closes at 10pm. (PARKING IS STRICT! Cleanup will begin at 9:30pm)



Bike path, Fire rings, Picnic areas, Swimming, Surfing, Volleyball, Restrooms, Showers. Plenty of parking ($5-$10).

BBQ supplies, firewood, picnic food and drinks (make sure to have no open liquor containers), sunblock, hats, blankets, towels, drums, things that float, things that fly, things that bounce ;)

Join Doug's Twitter for up to the minute details, exact location etc on Sunday:

Mindshare / August 20th

Mindshare LA
August 20, 2009 at 6:00 pm - August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am
The Old Print House (650 S. Clarence St, Los Angeles, California, United States)
Full program visible here:

New Venue - Open Bar - The Green Truck - Talks - Interactive Art - Live Music

Join us for some more Enlightened Debauchery!

The Sunday Before Mindshare... Pool Party & BBQ!

Mindshare LA
August 16, 2009 at 12:00 pm - August 16, 2009 at 8:00 pm
Orlando House (900 Orlando Pl. , San Marino, California, United States)
MAP + PARKING: http://is.gd/2fvGv


NOTE: We can't get our hosts get evicted from their house - so just in case, check Doug's Twitter for capacity updates before hitting the road!



After the success of the Dockweiler Beach BBQ we've decided to begin an ongoing series of mini events called "The Sunday Before Mindshare..." to celebrate the following week's Mindshare program announcement!

This can be followed by anything that's fun: BBQs, Picnics, Hikes, Bonfires, Parking Lot Movie etc.. In this case, our friends at Orlando House in San Marino have offered up use of their lovely house for a relaxing POOL PARTY & BBQ! We'd love to see you there..

There is a bunch of street parking - but NO PARKING in the neighbors cul-de-sac. We will mark it off with balloons. Or Cones. Or balloons attached to cones. Or something like that. If this fills up, you can drop your things and park a few blocks away (We will put a map on the front door..)

- BYO(Grillables / Drinks / Water Guns / Pool Floaties)
- Have a MAP accessible - the roads back there are complex!
- CLEAN! We must leave the house in even better condition than we find it ;) So please be respectful towards our hosts!

The Mindshare Sexy Summer Beach BBQ!

Mindshare LA
August 2, 2009 at 11:00 am - August 2, 2009 at 9:00 pm
Dockweiler State Beach (Imperial Hwy and Vista Del Mar, Playa del Rey, California, United States)
UPDATE: 5:34am. Dedication! Packing up the car with all sorts of goodies. Headed to Dockweiler Beach State Park. Will aim to stake out the northernmost firepit. Look for Fish windsocks + blue balloons and check my twitter:
for latest info ;)





It's summertime in LA - and what better Sunday plan then to hit up a beach BBQ with a bunch of interesting, sexy people?

Dockweiler State Beach has BBQ and fire pit areas on a first come first served basis. We'll get there early to reserve a fire pit so we can make a bonfire and stay until the park closes at 10pm.


Bike path, Fire rings, Picnic areas, Swimming, Surfing, Volleyball, Restrooms, Showers. Plenty of parking.

BBQ supplies, picnic food and drinks (make sure to have no open liquor containers), fire wood, sunblock, hats, blankets, towels, drums, things that float, things that fly, things that bounce ;)

Join Doug's Twitter for up to the minute details, exact location etc:

Cirque Berzerk's big top summer show

Cirque Berzerk
June 18, 2009 at 7:30 pm - July 5, 2009 at 10:30 pm
Los Angeles State Historic Park (1245 N. Spring St. (downtown by Chinatown Metro stop))
Cirque Berzerk Returns to Downtown LA
For Seven Performances per Weekend
At Los Angeles State Historic Park
June 18 – July 5, 2009

Parental discretion is advised.

“Equal parts trippy and sinister, Cirque Berzerk seems like the sort of phantasmagoric
spectacle Tim Burton would dream up, if he quit filmmaking to join the circus.”
Los Angeles Times, July 2008

Following the amazing success of last year’s completely sold-out and held-over engagement, Cirque Berzerk, a wild, sexy, decadent and demented alternative circus that isn’t exactly for kids makes its triumphant return to downtown Los Angeles for an exclusive engagement debuting June 18, 2009, running through 4th of July weekend.

As Los Angeles’ only established circus troupe, Cirque Berzerk promises an even more twisted big top experience than ever before, adding several new acts under an even bigger big top. The 35-artist troupe is a tight-knit “family” of professional performers and musicians. Instead of typical circus fare emphasizing live animal acts and wholesome family fun, Cirque Berzerk features jaw-dropping acrobatics, stunning male and female aerialists, sexy, fiery burlesque dancers, gothic stilt walkers, punk rock clowns, psychedelic vaudevillian tomfoolery, and one very voluptuous contortionist.

Cirque Berzerk performs cutting-edge choreography by Neal Everett set to an entirely original live musical score composed by Cirque Berzerk co-founder Kevin Bourque. “Stylistically, we’re a little grungier, darker, rougher and more theatrical than a typical circus,” says Bourque’s wife and co-founder Suzanne Bernel. Attendees from last year’s show described it as a “circus on acid,” “French burlesque meets ‘Sweeney Todd’ meets Cirque du Soliel” and “P.T. Barnum’s worst nightmare.”

To accommodate the anticipated crowds, Cirque Berzerk has commissioned and imported a massive custom-built new big top tent from Italy, which can accommodate over 1,500 spellbound guests. Cirque Berzerk’s three-weekend engagement begins Thursday, June 18, 2009 - with one performance each Thursday at 8:30pm, two shows Fridays and Saturdays at 7:00 and 10:00pm and two shows every Sunday at 5:00pm and 8:00pm - scheduled to run through Sunday, July 5, 2009.

To get into the spirit of the evening, revelers are encouraged to arrive early before the show to dine (and drink with valid ID) picnic-style around the big top - bring your own or purchase dinner on-site - and enjoy interactive carnival-themed attractions before entering into a whole new big top ‘surreality.’ After the nightly performances, the audience is invited to party with the Cirque Berzerk circus troupe and enjoy a live performance by Vaud & The Villains at the nightly post-show party held in the “The Berzerk Lounge,” a club-like atmosphere adjacent to the big top that will enable guests to continue their Cirque Berzerk experience well into the night.

Cirque Berzerk takes place at the Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1245 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

Tickets now on sale, with ticket prices ranging between $25 and $80. For more information and for online ticketing, please visit http://www.cirqueberzerk.com

Other links:
Ticketing: http://cirqueberzerk.inticketing.com/events
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/cirqueberzerk
Twitter: http://twitter.com/cirqueberzerk
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cirqueberzerk/

Lucent L'amour

The Do LaB
February 14, 2009 at 7:00 pm - February 15, 2009 at 4:00 am
600 block of Imperial Street, between 6th and Jesse St. (Los Angeles, California, United States)
The Do LaB's 4th annual Lucent L’amour will be transformed into a full-on Valentine’s Day Street Festival!

Join us as we take over the streets of Downtown L.A. with art, music, performance, and all kinds of madness!


Z Trip
Lucent Dossier Vaudeville Cirque
Adam Freeland
Random Rab
Marques Wyatt
Jeremy Sole
J Boogie
El Papa Chango
Helios Jive
Jesse Wright
The Ianator
Plus... Live digital painting by Andrew Jones
Live Painting by Kofie, Shine, MearOne, Carlos Vera & more.
Art Gallery curated by Mike Russek
and so much more to come!

Info: http://www.lucentlamour.com
Tickets: http://lucentlamour.thedolab.com/tickets/

Free Cup of Starbucks Coffee if you Vote on Tuesday

November 4, 2008 at 8:00 am - November 4, 2008 at 10:00 pm
Starbucks Near You
What if we all cared enough to vote?

Not just 54% of us, but 100% of us?

What if we cared as much on Nov. 5th as we care on Nov. 4th?

What if we cared all of the time the way we care some of the time?

What if we cared when it was inconvenient as much as we care when it’s convenient?

Would your community be a better place?

Would our country be a better place?

Would our world be a better place?

We think so, too.

Celebrate the election today by coming into any Starbucks and we’ll proudly give you a tall cup of brewed coffee. On us.

You and Starbucks. It’s bigger than coffee.

LA Decompression

Shiho Yoshida
October 4, 2008 at 11:00 am - October 4, 2008 at 11:00 pm
Los Angeles State Historical Park (1245 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, California, United States)
Time is fast approaching for the annual Los Angeles Decompression party!

We have had more submissions for Art, Camps, Installations, stages, and performers than EVER BEFORE!. You guys rock!

Before we get to the list everyone is dying to see, a few things.

First, the event will be held in a BRAND NEW location this year. No more partying on the streets, now we have acres of beautiful lawn all with the amazing view of downtown we have always had.

The location is at:

Los Angeles State Historical Park
1245 N. Spring Street, 90012

We are very grateful to the State Park Rangers for allowing us to use their wonderful location. When you see them around, tell them thanks! They have been truly great to work with.

Time: The festivities will start at Noon and end at Midnight.

Cost: Entrance to the event is

$10 in costume or with a Metro Rail pass!

$20 in street clothes.

(Children under 12 are FREE!)

There will be alcohol available on site this year (woo!) as well as food vendors. You are welcome to bring your own food, but we can not allow alcohol in the park outside of the approved areas, so please do not bring it. We are being asked to check for alcohol and weapons as you enter. Please be prepared for this at the gate so we can keep the line moving.


On Site and Secure Parking available at the North end of the park off Baker for $10, so please CARPOOL. Or ride the Metro Rail to the China Town exit and enter at the South end of the park off Spring St.

VOLUNTEER! We need you! Email volunteers@la-burningman.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it and participate! Have time Friday, the day of the event or Sunday? Let us know!

We are a No Glow Stick event. In keeping with our green initiatives, we ask that you leave the glow sticks at home. They only fill up our landfills with materials that never decompose. Instead, bring reusable lights, like LEDs or EL Wire.

For the first time we will have a chapel. You too can get married at Decompression! Whether for real or just to your playa partner, you can make the moment last a lifetime.

We are pleased to present the following acts, art, camps, cars and more!!!!!

Please note: All acts are subject to change and there are EVEN MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED!

Mutaytor Stage:

Orbis Lazulli
DJ Funguy
Amy Clarke

DJ Juan Carlos (J Lounge)
DJ Syrena
Ajay and Maverick
Bonnie Delight Burlesque Revue
Vokab Kompany
Trick Concepts Fire Performance
Wandering Marionettes
Lucent Dossier

Funky Munky Stage

Live Painting by Michael Massenburg
Two Guys in suits
Miss Rosie
40 Foot Jesus
Aerial - Wish & Zircon & LynxMagic & Genie Cartiee

Mad Dove
The Biggest Distraction
Fire Groove
Blacklight Double Dutch
DJ Special K
Bitsy the Wunder Munky
Munky Majik by Phil Van Tee & Jeanne Van Tee
Munky Tarot by Snohomish Brown
Machina Candeo
Bubble Munkys
Munky Photoboothe by Gary Stevens
Munky Face Painting by Vickie Calman & Zachary Calman & Julie Gross & Jeanne-Marie Lovell
DJ Axel
Eye Vapor

Art by Elizabeth Marley

The Mysfit National Space Camp and Alien Underground L.A.nding Zone

Shadow Porn Theater
Satchi Om
Transparent Sound
Todd Spero vs divaDanielle

DJ Mykey
DJ Dabis

Terminal Annexes curated by Basswerks and Swiv Tackle Circus
Artists: Jason Saunders, Super Peat, Terry Pratt, Raymond Berrelez, Noelle
Charles, Blackass, Kemical Kid and Brandon Lomax


Tari Karkanen
Ryan Hammill (Rotunda LA)
The Geometrist (Space Cowboys)
Sparkle (Santa Barbara)
Bass Ritual (DJ Saadhu + Twosense)
Andre Ezer (Compression LA)
Matt Xavier (Compression LA)
Robtronik (Compression LA)
DJ Balls (Disorient, NYC)

Bouncey Bounce and Philadelphia Experiment

DJ Davi
Anton Tumas
DJ Lush
Jacques The Ripper
DJ Madison
David Hughes
Justin Paul
Dj eEvil
Lee Mayjahs

Green Sector

Android Cartel (fade records, proton radio)
Brasswork Agency (lefthouse recordings)
Gatto Matto (green sector)
Spyros (psytribe)
Bodhi (psy-circle)
Sunbyte (global trance)
Brian Rae (green sector)
Sentient (synchronize)
Andrew (terrakroma)
Manny (green sector)
Willy (electronarcosis)
Derrie (green sector)

Green Lecture and Spoken Word Stage

State Park Interpretive Specialist " When Are We? A History of the State Historic Park"

Shicana Lynn, Consumer advocate, environmental activist and performer (organicconsumers.org)– "From Frankenfoods to Flouride – keeping your health and home toxin free"

Marialyce Pedersen, Compost Queen, Author, Journalist, and Zero Waste Expert and Boise Thomas,
Host/Alter-Eco, Planet Green/Discovery Channel - "Compost Compulsion: At home, at work, at play and on the playa: How recycle your organics for fun, fertility, and profit."

Taylor Arneson – "Guerilla Gardening Tools and Techniques"

Christopher Nyerges (christophernyerges.com)– "Post-carbon toolkit: handy skills for really radical self-reliance" (hands-on)

Kelly Coyne and Erik Knutzen Authors of The Urban Homestead: Your guide to self-sufficient living in the heart of the city (http://www.homegrownevolution.com) "How to Farm your Yard"

Ray Cirino, Visionary Artist, Cob Builder, and Sculptor of the Future – "Water Woman and the Vision Beyond Leave No Trace"

Kathryn Santoyo and Larry Santoyo, Permaculture Designers and Educators (earthflow.com)- "A Permaculture Revolution Is Sweeping the Nation - How to Hop on the Bandwagon"

Simone Schulz –Fashion Designer and Entrepreneur "Sunset Green Fashion Show"

Marco Barrantes, Landscape Architect and Permaculture Designer (lalomadevelopment.com) – "Urbanite: Recycling Urban Resources for Sustainable Development and Artistic Earthworks"

Joan Stevens and Eric Werbalowsky- "How to Save the World Without Killing Yourself: eco-confessional and redemptive sermon"

Oh Tony – Tony Edwards (http://www.ohtony.com/abouttonyedwards.html) – "Burner: Tales form the Playa"

Ryan Wartena PhD., Radical Engineer of Energy Systems of the Future (www.awonderfulofnew.org) – "Circle: The connection between energy and geometry"

Nate Hogan, Artist, Celebrationist – "City Repair and Beatboxing Permaculture Bandstand"

Installations, Camps and Art include:

A Bed on the Sea of Sin
Pimp Rocket
The LA Mudpeople
Indigo Volcano
Emerald Installations
Fluffy Light Bushes
Inverted Suspension
Light Chime
Fuzzy Bus
New Rising Sun
Playa Surfers
Black Rock Year Book
Divine Messenger & Healing Circle
Flattery Camp
Floating Bed
Black Rock Census
Burning Man Earth
Burners w/o Borders Info
Krishna Camp
Mikey's Hug Deli
Spirit Wind Café
Tabula Rasa
Tsunami Camp
Camp Luvey Duvey
Destiny Lounge
Moonbow Camp
Kundalini lounge

Whew! That's going to be quite the day!

Even MORE info to come!
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