Radical media, politics and culture.


henceforth writes: "Come support the Autonomadic Bookmobile, purveyor of
independent and radical literature, as it makes the transition
from a table at the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus to its
own vehicle - an infoshop on wheels!

Saturday Aug. 11 at the Good/Bad Collective in Williamsburg, 383 S. 1st
St.(at Hooper). Doors at 8 pm. $10. Info (718) 963 -
Directions: L train to Lorimer. Exit at Keap St. Walk
south (away from the BQE) on Union to Grand, aka
Borinquen. Turn right on Grand, and an immediate left
on Hooper. Good/Bad is on your right.
Or: J train to Hewes station (2nd in Brooklyn).
Exiting on Broadway, get on the side of the street
with the liquor store. You'll see Hooper; turn left
and walk 5 blocks to South 1st.
Or: G train to Broadway. Walk west on Bway (towards
Wburg bridge); turn right on Hooper and walk 5 blocks
to South 1st.

The Bookmobile, the offspring of Williamsburg-based
publisher Autonomedia and the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, is graduating
into a 15-foot box truck, tricked out like a circus
wagon and touted by a medicine show. Beginning with the fall 2001 Bindlestiff national tour, the Bookmobile will travel ahead of the Cirkus to each town, reaching more readers and carrying more materials than has been possible in its past six years as a table at the Cirkus.

We desperately need money for repairs, insurance, the loan on the
truck, etc. Come to the benefit, get your dose of cirkus and music, and help us spread Situationist rants to the
Florida swamps, smuggle transsexual memoirs into Salt
Lake City, and distribute zines at 65 mph!

Stop the G8: Online Demonstration Scheduled

Stop the G8 is a new website dedicated to the international struggle against
the G8, WTO and all other major neo-liberal, capitalist institutions around
the world.

Autonomedia writes: "A five-day-long counter-conference and demonstration to stop the American Correctional Association's Summer Conference in Philadelphia, August 10th-15th, is announced at: http://www.stoptheaca.org/"

Autonomedia writes: "Globalization & Resistance Conference
Friday, November 16 - Saturday, November 17, 2001
@ The CUNY Grad Center: 365 Fifth Ave. (Btw. 34th and 35th St.)

Confirmed speakers include: Stanley Aronowitz, Susan George, Manning
Marable, Mike Davis, L.A. Kauffman, Kim Moody, Jeremy Brecher, Michael
Hardt, and Alex Callinicos.

Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Culture, Technology and Work;
Continuing Education at the CUNY Grad Center; and Left Turn.

For more information: Call Heather Gautney at 212-817-2000 or email

Jungle Association of Autonomous Astronauts writes: "


Wednesday 22 August

At the American Consulate in Amsterdam, Museumplein 19, 3 o'clock.

Organized by the Jungle Association of Autonomous Astronauts

The National Missile Defence system (NMD), which the American government is planning to built in order to defend themselves against miniature 'rogue-states' like North-Korea proves once again the high amount of slapstick present in the rhetoric of George W. Bush. He may be evil but he is still a lousy Darth Vader. Darth Vader, for all his sins, expressed himself in an intelligible manner, looked a great deal better and even posessed of a more coherent ideology. The missile system, however, is nothing more than sentimental machismo from frustrated cowboys: Bush bragging to Vladimir Putin he has got the largest (rocket).


On Wednesday August 1, at 11:30am, Community Garden activists will conclude the Vote For Gardens campaign with a festive, musical march on City Hall including beautiful garden-themed puppets, souza-style music, and wheelbarrows full of signatures. After a noon press conference, they will present them to the city clerk for verification. At the press conference will be Kenneth M. Fischer, and representatives from numerous gardening, housing, and environmental groups such as the NYC Garden Coalition, The Green Guerillas, Metropolitan Council on Housing, New York Environmental Justice Alliance, and More Gardens Coalition.

Ben Trombone writes: "The Hungry March Band, Brooklyn's waterfront weirdo street band, will be participating in a Radical Puppetry Festival in Glover, Vermont at the end of August. Though this event is put on by a bunch of Bread and Puppet alumni, it will be a separate event altogether, with workshops, discussions, performances, and no doubt plenty of improvisatory merry-making around the role of radical street theater in political action."

Anonymous Comrade writes: "FREESPACEFEST

a two day gathering of art, activism, film, theater and community building

Aug. 31 & Sept. 1

$25 for both days

Long Island Free Space, Inc.

38 Old Country Rd. Garden City, NY 11530

Hotline: 516.616.3151

Website: www.longislandrevolt.org

Email: freespace@longislandrevolt.org(available soon, for now email ba_kin@hotmail.com)

Surveillance Camera Players writes: "On Friday, 7 September 2001, a variety of groups from all over the world are collaborating on an international day of autonomous actions against the constant, indiscriminate and technologically sophisticated video surveillance of public places by both businesses and law enforcement agencies.

To read more, please visit http://www.notbored.org/7s01.html"

Lamont Cranston writes: "Come see a great video on Durruti plus a slideshow and discussion about the Spanish Civil War at ABC No Rio July 17th at 7:30PM! Sponsored by WSA."


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