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All special events for the month of July:

REHEARSAL July 9, 2008
4:00PM - 12:00AM

SLUT July 10, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $5 preview
SLUT
A one-woman show by Brenda McFarlane
Featuring Leslie Walton

Preview

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SLUT July 11, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $7-$15
SLUT

Afraid of repeating her past mistakes, Matilda is a woman passionately committed to happiness, love and avoiding the pitfalls of being someone's girlfriend or wife. Proud of finding the simple secrets of staying single, enjoying love and having an extraordinary sex life, she's in for a surprise when she's arrested for running a brothel. Now exposed, Matilda is forced to decide if there's something wrong with her while confronting social contradictions, disapproval, and her need for vindication.

A one-woman show by Brenda McFarlane
Featuring Leslie Walton

Friday July 11th 9pm
Saturday July 12th 9pm
Sunday July 13th 7pm

SLUT July 12, 2008
9:00PM - - -
Price:  $7-$15
SLUT
A one-woman show by Brenda McFarlane
Featuring Leslie Walton

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Girls Rock Camp (ATL) orientation meeting July 13, 2008
1:00PM - 6:00PM
Price:  free

SLUT July 13, 2008
7:00PM - - -
Price:  $7-$15
SLUT
A one-woman show by Brenda McFarlane
Featuring Leslie Walton

Please click here for more information.

Girls' Rock Camp (ATL) July 14, 2008



Girls’ Rock Camp (ATL) is a non-profit 6-day summer day camp where girls (only) learn instrument instruction and participate in workshops such as self-defense, zine and screen-printing, songwriting and body image. The workshops aim to support and encourage participants on their journeys of self-discovery and artistic expression. Over the course of six days, campers also form rock bands and learn basic band, teamwork, group creativity and communication skills. At the end of camp, the campers’ bands play their very own rock showcase, which will be open to the public.

Girls’ Rock Camp (ATL) registration is open to all girls from ages 10 to 18; no previous musical experience is required, all skill levels are welcome. If a camper does not have her own instrument, camp organizers aim to have instruments (guitars, basses, keyboards, and drums) available to borrow at no extra cost. The fee for the camp program is $250 with a limited number of scholarship opportunities. Registration is currently limited to 60 campers. Volunteers are needed to help in all areas including instrument instruction and sound and technical engineering, self-defense instruction, zine making and general camp counseling. If you’d like to help but are unavailable to volunteer, Girls’ Rock Camp (ATL) will accept monetary donations and donations of new and used musical instruments and gear of all kinds. Specifically, the camp is in need of guitars, basses, keyboards, drums, drumsticks, microphones, mic and music stands, instrument and amplifier cables, straps, picks and instrument tuners.

For more information on Girls’ Rock Camp (ATL) including enrollment, volunteer opportunities, instrument donations or loans, sponsorships and all other inquiries, please visit www.girlsrockcampatl.org or email
camp@girlsrockcampatl.org.

Girls' Rock Camp (ATL) July 15, 2008

Girls Rock Camp (ATL) continues all week.

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Girls' Rock Camp (ATL) July 16, 2008

Girls Rock Camp (ATL) continues all week.

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Girls' Rock Camp (ATL) July 17, 2008

Girls Rock Camp (ATL) continues all week.

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Girls' Rock Camp (ATL) July 18, 2008

Girls Rock Camp (ATL) continues all week.

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Girls' Rock Camp (ATL) July 19, 2008
7:00PM - - -
Girls Rock Camp (ATL) has been running all week at Eyedrum, and tonight is their showcase event!

EVENT STARTS AT 7PM

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rental July 27, 2008
6:00PM - 11:55PM

50 Artists.... The Voice of the Voiceless July 31, 2008
7:00PM - - -
Price:  $5 donation (no one turned away)
Performing and Visual Artists Speak Out to support the defense of Mumia Abu Jamal and Troy Anthony Davis—And to illuminate the injustices of the Prison Industrial Complex

Featuring performances by:

Herman Put Down the Gun, Stoni Taylor, Stacy Epps, I Want Whiskey, I-Tegrity, Collin Kelly, Theresa Davis, Blakkaufi, Karen G, Stephen Wing, Richard Omar

Sponsored by:
WRFG's Progressive News Hour, noon-1PM. M-F at 89.3FM
Georgia Peace & Justice Coalition
Village Media Worx
Artemis Productions
International Action Center
A. Lovelace & Associate

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