Food Not Bombs

Submitted by Jerome on Wed, 07/07/2010 - 3:39pm.

EVERYDAY Wednesday-Friday 9AM-3PM CAMP (3026 Cherokee Avenue, 63118) kitchen workdays to help build and paint the kitchen and new community mealroom.

Saturday 4:30PM-5:30 PM Soulard Farmer's Market Food Pick Up
5:30-Whenever Cooking and Fun time at CAMP for FNB

ALSO Saturday at CAMP is the Trade Town event: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=136741909673496&ref=ts Mark your calenders!

And check this out:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=132912573409022&ref=ts
Please RSVP if you are planning to attend.

pot luck grill saturday 7:30pm, meet'n'greet for mark opheim, constitution party

Submitted by Jerome on Sat, 06/26/2010 - 1:25pm.

Just a reminder: Mark Opheim, Constitution Party candidate for State Representative, District 64, will meet and greet his potential constituents, and anyone else who attends our pot luck grill night, 7:30pm, 6036 Pershing Avenue, St Louis, Missouri, 63112. We will provide the hot grill. Please bring cold drinks, food for the grill, whatever you want to eat or drink. Rain or shine! Hot or cool!

ABOUT THE CANDIDATE:

C.A.M.P. PEOPLE'S JOY PARADE, 5/8 1:11PM - PRESS RELEASE

Submitted by Jerome on Wed, 05/05/2010 - 3:49am.

Hear Ye! Oye! Please join us for the 2nd Annual “People’s Joy Parade”: An Art Processional Celebrating the Diversity of Zocalo Cherokee. You are very
invited to participate and /or watch this Wowzer of a feel-good street celebration. On the heels of our exceedingly successful grassroots fund-raising campaign, we are energized to share the home made costumes, gigantes, and songs, grown out of our workshops! Don’t hold back from getting involved you can show up in costume the day of, help us carry Gigante puppets, be a facepainter, or volunteer.

every day is labor day at the washu cooperative, because cooperation means working together: people helping people

Submitted by Jerome on Tue, 05/04/2010 - 2:22pm.

Dear Cooperators and Other Friends:

In autumn 2004 I sent a Labor Day message entitled “Gratuitous Faculty Advice,” to the new residents of our first Washington University-owned Co-op House, “The Perry.” I sent a Labor Day message in 2006 and 2008, and each time I quoted from this email, with a bit more commentary each year. The message does not change.

Cervantes House Rules, 8/23/05, to be amended and restored; sent to all my studens and wshu admin in autumn 05..

Submitted by Jerome on Tue, 05/04/2010 - 12:56pm.

***FOR RECIPIENT ONLY; NOT TO BE FORWARDED***

House Rules (6036 Pershing, St. Louis, MO 63112, Jerome Bauer’s Residence)
(in effect from 8/23/05)

Welcome to my Cooperative House! The main floor and basement are private space, used cooperatively. The second floor is off limits (unless I invite you).

Mr. Black Cat plays at CoOp, Monday May 3, 8:30-10:00pm, 6021 Pershing Avenue, St Louis, MO 63112

Submitted by Jerome on Sun, 05/02/2010 - 2:23pm.

School is winding down, but the cafe isn't!

Come celebrate with us on Monday and listen to the smooth banjo and upright bass sounds of Mr. Black Cat. Also come prepared to play/perform some of your own stuff during the Open Mic.

The ruckus begins at 8:30pm.

Check it out!

May Day 2010: St. Louis, Cherokee Street from Texas Avenue to Ohio Avenue, Saturday May 1, 1-8pm

Submitted by Jerome on Sat, 05/01/2010 - 9:53am.

Come celebrate International Workers' Day on Cherokee Street! For more than 120 years, May Day has been a special occasion for solidarity for all those on the Left.

Have fun with some comrades and get energized to build a better world!

STREET FAIR: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Ohio Avenue at Cherokee Street
Learn how to get involved in a variety of local progressive/leftist organizations. Enjoy games and live music outdoors. Performances by Andy Lucker, Langen Neubacher, and Annie Wentz.

PHOTO BOOTH: noon to 7 p.m. at the Cherokee Photobooth (2637 Cherokee)

Threads of Gratitude: TriYoga classes offered this summer in Central West End

Submitted by Jerome on Wed, 04/28/2010 - 8:16am.

WashU Co-op Founder Alexandra Templer writes:

This week, through July 30th, I will be offering summer community TriYoga classes in the Central West End. For an hour-and-a-half we will have fun (increases our neurological ability learn) developing strength, flexibility, subtle one-pointed awareness that will allow us to cultivate (bhavana) positive emotions such as gratitude, unconditional love, acceptance, and joy. Not only will you feel great but you'll meet wonderful people and contribute to more health and happiness.

Press Conference, Rally, and Fundraiser for Rev. McCowan

Submitted by Jerome on Wed, 04/28/2010 - 7:59am.

This rally is a unique opportunity for the progressive community to respond to the lies and disrespect that America has experienced at the hands of some Tea Party Members (the birthers, the deathers and others), in particular, the self proclaimed black conservative, Kenneth Gladney and his handlers.

Our goal is to get at least 100 - 300 people to the event. Our financial goal for this event and others is $30,000.00 to pay for medical expenses and any additional legal expenses

BZZZY SEASON, YOU'RE INVITED (CAMP, Community Arts and MOVEMENT [formerly MEDIA] Project)

Submitted by Jerome on Tue, 04/27/2010 - 8:00am.

Hi there. We are having fun. I bet you are too.
There's beehives on our bikeshop roof and delicious fresh greens from the star
garden!
We like our new mission and new name and are filling its shoesies. . . . . have
you heard it yet? Here it is in two languages!!
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THE COMMUNITY ARTS AND MOVEMENT PROJECT:
*Empowers creative expression / Apoya la expresión creativa
*Celebrates interconnection / Celebra las conexiónes de persona a persona &
*Promotes healthy living / Promueve la vida sana