This week's events:
Monday, April 5, is a great day to change your profile picture to remind people to Vote for Proposition A.
Also Monday, there will be a discussion of Urban Planning as a Public Health at the Kemp Auditorium Room 110 of the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts from noon to 1 PM.
Also Monday, a national tea party group is passing through St. Charles from 1 to 4 PM, and some good people have organized a counter-protest..
Also Monday, there will be a fundraiser for Alderman Antonio French at the Sub Zero Vodka Bar (308 N. Euclid) at 4 PM.
Tuesday, April 6, St. Louis County Residents: Vote Yes On Prop A! St. Louis City Residents (or residents from other counties), Volunteer to Help Prop A! When? Anytime from 6 AM to 7 PM.
Also Tuesday, make sure NOT to sign ballot initiatives to eliminate the earnings tax in St. Louis. This ballot would create a permanent state of instability for city workers! Also, don't sign ballot initiatives to tamper with the court system in Missouri. But, the good news is, you should sign the ballot initiative to eliminate puppy mill cruelty.
Also Tuesday, Parkway Central will be putting on Pennies for Peace from 11:10 AM until 1:20 PM.
Also Tuesday, Terri Williams andDon Calloway are asking people to volunteer with their campaigns.
Also Tuesday, the Beehive Collective will be at the Community Arts and Media Project (CAMP: 3026 Cherokee) from 7:30 to 9 PM performing The True Cost of Coal.
Wednesday, April 7, if you voted or volunteered for Prop A, you can rest easy knowing that you are a quality human.
Also Wednesday, Wash U students will be having a town hall to discuss the future of the Environmental Studies program from 5:15 to 6:15.
Also Wednesday, there will be an informational meeting about the Coalition of Immokalee workers at the Longbranch Coffee House (100 East Jackson Street) in Carbondale, IL from 7 to 8 PM.
Also Wednesday, this month's Black and Green Wednesday at Legacy Books and Cafe (5429 Delmar) at 7 PM will focus on the Mexican Labor Movement.
Also Wednesday, Dr. Robert Archibald of the Missouri History Museum will ruminate on the special exhibit RACE: Are We So Different?" at 7 PM at the Webster Groves Presbyterian Church (45 West Lockwood).
Also Wednesday, the St. Louis Gender Youth Group will be meeting at the SPOT (4169 Laclede) from 7 to 8:30 PM for their monthly meeting.
Thursday, April 8, Diane Starr, matriarch of the people living in community in the Tucker Tunnel downtown that is in the process of being closed by the City of St. Louis, will share her experience of being homeless in St. Louis at St. Francis Xavier Church (Grand and Lindell) at 7 PM.
Friday, April 9, the Beehive Design Collective will be presenting The True Cost of Coal from 4 to 6 PM in January Hall room 110 on the Wash U campus.
Also Friday, Cocktailing for a Cause will raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at the Pujols 5 (342 Westport) from 6 to 9 PM.
Also Friday, there will be a Commemoration of the Rwandan Genocide from 7 to 9 PM at the Mazara Wine Bar (7923 Forsyth).
Also Friday, there will be a benefit for Chile at Doxa Arts (13250 S. Outer 40, Town and Country) from 7 to 9 PM.
Also Friday, the College Queer Straight Alliance will be taking over the City Museum from 8:10 to 11:10 PM.
Saturday, April 10, the Missouri State NORML Conference will be at CAMP (3022A Cherokee) from 9 AM to 6 PM.
Also Saturday, the Literacy for Social Justice Group will be holding a discussion of Education and the Media from 10 AM to noon at the Julia Davis Branch Library.
Saturday is also the day for Wash U's annual Pow Wow.
Also Saturday, Missouri House Candidate Deb Lavender will be canvassing from noon to 4 PM: meet up at 1133 Colonade Center in Des Peres.
Also Saturday, there will be a performance of the Vagina Monologues from 2 to 3:30 PM at the Emerson Studio Theatre at Webster University.
Also Saturday, there will be a Pub Crawl for Charity in The Grove from 6 PM until 3 AM.
Also Saturday, check out Pepapalooza with Celia, the Northwoods, and FireDog, from 8 to 11 PM at Antartica (5226). Proceeds go to the Peace Economy Project, a national think tank based here in St. Louis.