Broken Bones benefit with Alley Cat Books and Howard

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Dec 042019
 

On Thursday, December 19th, at 7 PM at Alley Cat Books I’ll be doing a 60th Anniversary Commemoration of the Rocky & Bullwinkle Show – and why we still need them! Donations from the show will benefit the Broken Bones Fund!       

Long live Moose & Squirrel!    Howard

Alley Cat Books is located at 3036 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110

SFBMA statement on Indianapolis

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May 102019
 

In consideration of recent developments in Indianapolis, we the Bike Messengers of San Francisco state that we do not condemn any persons in the Messenger community of Indianapolis. We hope our colleagues in Indianapolis will solve the problems within their community in a spirit of peace and unity.
   This statement replaces all previous statements speaking for the San Francisco Bike Messenger Association in our newsletter Cognition and on social media.

SFBMA President Taylor Martinez at SF City Hall at Noon Wed Sep 12th in support of a Fresh Galaxy and Great Climate

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Sep 112018
 

The SFBB City Hall Rally in support of the Paris Climate Accord and Global Climate Action Summit

 

The San Francisco Bicycle Ballet’s “A Promise to the Earth and Galaxy Presentation”

Messengers get in at half price. Kids of messengers are free.

Jen Zen

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Aug 202018
 

In Memoriam

Jen Zen passed away on August 19th, 2018. She courageously fought cancer for so long and demonstrated her incredible strength. Jen touched the hearts of so many: decades of messengers, clubs, concert makers, sport arena providers, wherever she went- she made friends all over- she was a Queen.

It is hard to imagine this world without her. She will be cherished always.