Whats on - April 19, 2008

BERKELEY, Calif.

May 3, Sat., café 7 p.m., cabaret 8 p.m.

The Bolshevik Café: Music, stand-up comedy & spoken word plus display: 50 years of political posters, t-shirts & other left memorabilia. Put the social in socialism, the comic in communism & pizza in the proletariat! Sliding scale admission $5 - $15, food sold separately. At Finn Hall, 1819 10th St. Sponsored by Billie Holiday Collective. Info: (415) 863-6637 or staff@ncalofc.org.





CHICAGO

April 23, Wed., 7 p.m.

The 2008 elections & creating a green economy that works for all. With Lillie Molina (Little Village Enviro. Justice Org.), Chicago Sierra Club & PWW labor ed. John Wojcik. Plus short video on global warming & exhibits on home recycling, composting & urban agriculture. At 3339 S Halsted St. Free. Sponsors: PWW/NM, Dynamic magazine & Workers Education Society. Info: 773-446-9932.





Free asthma screenings

April 26, Sat., 11a.m. - 2p.m.

Armour Square Park, North of 35th Street & East of Shields.

May 4, Sun., 10a.m. - 3p.m., Century Shopping Center, 2828 N. Clark Street.

Nationwide screenings sponsored by The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. For more locations and dates: .





MICHIGAN

May 3, Sat., 1 - 4 p.m.

Annual May Day picnic. Food, fun & activities. At 19178 Collinson, Eastpointe (north of Vernier, east of Kelly Rd). Donation: $8. Sponsored by Michigan Friends of the PWW. Info: (313) 262-7294.





OAKLAND, Calif.

Through April 30, Mon. - Fri.,

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Paul Robeson: A Hero For All Time Exhibit on Paul Robeson, scholar, athlete, singer & actor. With emphasis on his political development, principles & activism, his powerful support of unions & working people & his message that is still fresh and relevant to the struggles of today. In the Rotunda of Oakland City Hall. Info: .





ST LOUIS

May 3, Sat., 9:30 a.m.

MO/KS Friends of People’s Weekly World host 16th Annual Hershel Walker Peace & Justice Awards Breakfast. At the Postal Workers Union Hall, 1717 S. Broadway. Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at door. Tables $100. Information, tickets, program booklet ad-rates: call Tony Pecinovsky at (314) 776-7732 or e-mail tonypec@cpusa.org.





TUCSON, Ariz.

April 26, Sat., 2 p.m.

May Day the Real Labor Day, presentation & discussion with Joe Bernick, Director of Salt of the Earth Labor College. At Salt of the Earth Labor College, 1902 E. Irene Vista, www.saltearthlaborcollege.org. Info: e-mail