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Kai
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Black Tie Dye Ball w/ DSO

Dark Star Orchestra is helping bring to life the 2008 Rex Musical Caravan in the Los Angeles Area. Together, we’re on the bus of the Rex Community Caravan, enjoying great music and kindred connections as a grassroots philanthropic community, while helping the Rex Foundation carry out its grant making, which is now $8.3 million to over 1,000 programs across the U.S. and internationally.

The Rex Foundation presented the first Black Tie-Dye Ball in Chicago in March 2004. Since then, there have been Black Tie-Dye Balls in New York City, Washington, D.C., Denver, Colorado and San Francisco. These festive occasions provide the opportunity to collaborate with gifted performers that care about the Rex Foundation and want to further what the Grateful Dead started 25 years ago. On September 27th, as at each Ball, enjoy a unique musical experience, while also celebrating each community’s talent, enterprise and community spirit. Proceeds support local non-profit programs.

Come early for the pre-concert reception with musicians, food, drinks, goodie bags, silent auction and GA Balcony Seating. Reception tickets and upgrades: Rexfoundation.org or call 415-561-3135

Proceeds will help support the following organizations:
Theatre of Hearts, Virginia Avenue Project and Hands for Hope.

Founded by the Grateful Dead - Furthered by YOU!

To order Reception and Concert Tickets call 415-561-3135 or download the ticket order form

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Donna Jean and the Tricksters

Come join for this Rex Musical Caravan Fundraiser!

Donna Jean and the Tricksters will be performing Saturday, September 20th at the Knitting Factory in New York City. Come early for the pre-concert reception with musicians, food, drinks, and VIP Balcony. Reception tickets: knittingfactory.com or call Ticketweb at (866) 468-7619 $75.00 (All but $25 is tax deductible)

Donna Jean and the Tricksters are helping bring to life the 2008 Rex Musical Caravan in New York City. Together, we’re on the bus of the Rex Community Caravan, enjoying great music and kindred connections as a grassroots philanthropic community, while helping the Rex Foundation carry out its grant making, which is now $8.3 million to over 1,000 programs across the U.S. and internationally.

2008 marks the Rex Foundation’s 25th Anniversary. This Rex Musical Caravan show is a great way to further a tradition of grassroots giving and demonstrate the power of community, service and the arts.

Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you on September 20th.

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check out

the Rex stuff in the Store, including some new posters and a black t-shirt that I need to order soonest!

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Hey!

Hey guys,
The Rex Foundation has some amazing events coming up!

On August 13th, Ratdog will be performing, along with The Allman Brothers Band at Jones Beach! Rex is selling VIP tickets which include a special party before and during the show with food and beverages, along with VIP Parking. $50 of each ticket sold will benefit Rex, so take advantage of the opportunity to get premier seating and support Rex!

For ticket purchase or questions, please visit www.Rexfoundation.org, or give us a call at (415) 561-3135.

For more upcoming events and updates:
Join our Myspace group at www.myspace.com/rexfoundationmusicevents
Or our Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6227302961&ref=ts

Hope to hear from you!

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Drums of Peace

Hi folks--here's a heads up on a cool story I got to work on for the Rexes. It's about one of their grantees, via Mickey, who was invited to Iraq to teach drum circles as a peacemaking tool. It's a stunner of a story and I mostly try to stay out of its way...

There's also an interview with Mickey on the subject, which you can read in the text version or stream/download (click/right or control click) and listen. (Why yes, that doofus talking to MIckey is me, but take no notice; Mickey's in great form.)

Anyway, it's all here:

http://www.rexfoundation.org/foodforthought/drumsforpeace.html

Check it out, and I hope you like it half as much as I liked working on it!

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nice quilt!

I'm sure Rex thanks you!

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EBAY ITEM FOR REX FOUNDATION

Hi!
Please forgive me for interrupting...but you need to check this item out! It is a lovely quilt named "A Nightfall of Diamonds" to benefit this wonderful organization. 25% of the sale price will go to the charity so bid and good luck!
Item number: 260206868364

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wishful thinking....

I wish I was going. :(
boo hoo sniffle sniff
I can dream, can't I?
Dee

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Rex Benefit December 15 at the Warfield

Anybody going? (Someone from here must be going, as it's either sold out or pretty close to it, I understand)

RatDog! Little Feat! The Waybacks!

If you're going, let's meet!

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Rex Newsletter

Now in the mail, or readable online: http://www.rexfoundation.org/RexNewsletter5.pdf.

Addressing the issue of The Will to Change -- Buckminster Fuller remarked back in the '80s that we have the resources to solve the world's problems of hunger and need, but what's lacking is the political will. Taking that as a starting point, three very different interviews address different aspects of this issue, and Rex supporters weigh in with their views.

Rex cordially invites you to stop by the Rex Foundation Blog and give your thoughts on what it takes to achieve the momentum -- in ourselves, our communities, our nations, our world -- to make things better.

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