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Mojo Bicycle Cafe

415-440-2338

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No WiFi, No outlets. Mojo is not an internet cafe.

Nov
16
to Nov 30

Holistic Ag Relief Drive

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On any other day of the week you'd find Aaron Lucich, owner-grazer of Holistic Ag, guiding his herd of 200 cattle to graze through the hilly Pepperwood Preserve in Sonoma County. But in the aftermath of the Tubbs Fire this month, his cows have no grassland to call home! 

When the fire ravaged his area, Aaron was miraculously able to rescue every one of his animals by creating his own firebreak, herding them to safety through the flames. However, by the time the fire was contained, all of their grazing land was lost.

While Aaron, his family, and the cattle are safe, his business is in ashes. He lost all of his equipment and infrastructure - a total of $50,000 worth - which insurance does not cover, and now must pay $9,000/month to bring in hay to feed his herd while he searches for land to temporarily relocate.


Holistic Ag operates one of the most innovative and eco-friendly regenerative grazing programs in the world, which sustainably raises grass-fed cattle while enriching the local ecosystem. But they can’t run without grassland for their cows to roam. Aaron needs support to relocate the cows for 5-6 months until the grass regrows, along with supplemental feed, repairs and replacements for ranching infrastructure.

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To donate on your own, go to https://www.youcaring.com/holisticag-988911

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Dec
1
8:00 PM20:00

St. Cinder

It was truly a fortuitous day when five traveling musicians met by chance in the small southern Oregon town of Ashland.  Any contentious effort to find commonality died upon introductions, the boys fit together seamlessly, and the brotherhood shows in the music.  St. Cinder share a love of traditional American music from the 20s, 30s and 40s.  From folk to early blues and jazz, the classic sounds and styles of the time pour from the instruments and the presentation.   Colton Ort  -  Vocals/Harps/Bones  -  His life began in Indiana. Alex Jones  -  Mandolin  -  Central Texas bred, raised by the longhorn, and revered by all his children, Pappy Jones has come from far and seen all the rest.  Endless hours of nimble finger work shine through the Dobro mandolin, and at a mere 21 years he has already mastered, mid performance, the conjuring of long dead artists and musicians who's specters he controls with the dancing of the strings. Jonathan Ratliff  -  Guitar/Clarinet/Vocals  -   The man from Long Island found only in the company of the finest stories and wines, has a bottomless bag of tricks.  The Olive Jalopy plays the guitar and plays it well.  Plays the clarinet and plays it well.  Plays the pen and paper like a cat on a fence and can sing all the while.  Years of performing for royalty and peasants, presidents and the most lovable of human refuse has sunk into a sound rivaled by no mortal. Cody Meyocks  -  Banjo/Violin  -  The legendary Giant of Old Oregon has escaped the pages of lore and taken the stage.  Widely known as a myth in the greater Oregon area, "Big" Cody Meyocks brushes aside the ooo's and ahhh's that follow him everywhere.  At the end of the night, the only legend left is the twang and tenor of the banjo and the shine of the sharpest dressed giant in the world. Dagan Bartholemew  -  Kick/Washboard/Bells and Blocks  -  From box cars in Pennsylvania to every mile of the Oregon Trail, chances are you've met the heartbeat of St. Cinders Vagabond sound. The Bartholomew's steam powered prosthetic leg jumps in tandem with the freight train around his neck, and boasting the biggest washboard kit this side of the Mississippi, he's the envy of every jug, bluegrass and folk band in the world.

It was truly a fortuitous day when five traveling musicians met by chance in the small southern Oregon town of Ashland.  Any contentious effort to find commonality died upon introductions, the boys fit together seamlessly, and the brotherhood shows in the music.  St. Cinder share a love of traditional American music from the 20s, 30s and 40s.  From folk to early blues and jazz, the classic sounds and styles of the time pour from the instruments and the presentation.  

Colton Ort  -  Vocals/Harps/Bones  -  His life began in Indiana.

Alex Jones  -  Mandolin  -  Central Texas bred, raised by the longhorn, and revered by all his children, Pappy Jones has come from far and seen all the rest.  Endless hours of nimble finger work shine through the Dobro mandolin, and at a mere 21 years he has already mastered, mid performance, the conjuring of long dead artists and musicians who's specters he controls with the dancing of the strings.

Jonathan Ratliff  -  Guitar/Clarinet/Vocals  -   The man from Long Island found only in the company of the finest stories and wines, has a bottomless bag of tricks.  The Olive Jalopy plays the guitar and plays it well.  Plays the clarinet and plays it well.  Plays the pen and paper like a cat on a fence and can sing all the while.  Years of performing for royalty and peasants, presidents and the most lovable of human refuse has sunk into a sound rivaled by no mortal.

Cody Meyocks  -  Banjo/Violin  -  The legendary Giant of Old Oregon has escaped the pages of lore and taken the stage.  Widely known as a myth in the greater Oregon area, "Big" Cody Meyocks brushes aside the ooo's and ahhh's that follow him everywhere.  At the end of the night, the only legend left is the twang and tenor of the banjo and the shine of the sharpest dressed giant in the world.

Dagan Bartholemew  -  Kick/Washboard/Bells and Blocks  -  From box cars in Pennsylvania to every mile of the Oregon Trail, chances are you've met the heartbeat of St. Cinders Vagabond sound. The Bartholomew's steam powered prosthetic leg jumps in tandem with the freight train around his neck, and boasting the biggest washboard kit this side of the Mississippi, he's the envy of every jug, bluegrass and folk band in the world.

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Live at Mojo: Darren Johnston's Broken Shadows
Jul
19
7:00 PM19:00

Live at Mojo: Darren Johnston's Broken Shadows

With songs that place an emphasis on lyrics and story-telling, and with world class instrumental playing that prizes spontaneity and dialogue, this highly adaptable collection of musicians under the leadership of trumpeter/composer Darren Johnston brings poetry, interplay, vocal harmonies, and a cross section of musical interests into a curious new blend of roots/art/dance music that defies category.

There's no cover, but we encourage tipping and consumption, of course!

 Learn more about the band HERE

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Live at Mojo: Darren Johnston's Broken Shadows
Jul
12
7:00 PM19:00

Live at Mojo: Darren Johnston's Broken Shadows

With songs that place an emphasis on lyrics and story-telling, and with world class instrumental playing that prizes spontaneity and dialogue, this highly adaptable collection of musicians under the leadership of trumpeter/composer Darren Johnston brings poetry, interplay, vocal harmonies, and a cross section of musical interests into a curious new blend of roots/art/dance music that defies category.

There's no cover, but we encourage tipping and consumption, of course!

 Learn more about the band HERE

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Live at Mojo: Darren Johnston's Broken Shadows
Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Live at Mojo: Darren Johnston's Broken Shadows

With songs that place an emphasis on lyrics and story-telling, and with world class instrumental playing that prizes spontaneity and dialogue, this highly adaptable collection of musicians under the leadership of trumpeter/composer Darren Johnston brings poetry, interplay, vocal harmonies, and a cross section of musical interests into a curious new blend of roots/art/dance music that defies category.

There's no cover, but we encourage tipping and consumption, of course!

 Learn more about the band HERE

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Live at Mojo: Darren Johnston's Broken Shadows
Jun
7
7:00 PM19:00

Live at Mojo: Darren Johnston's Broken Shadows

With songs that place an emphasis on lyrics and story-telling, and with world class instrumental playing that prizes spontaneity and dialogue, this highly adaptable collection of musicians under the leadership of trumpeter/composer Darren Johnston brings poetry, interplay, vocal harmonies, and a cross section of musical interests into a curious new blend of roots/art/dance music that defies category.

There's no cover, but we encourage tipping and consumption, of course!

 Learn more about the band HERE

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Location: 639-A Divisadero Street (at Grove)

Cafe: 415.440.2338

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Thursday - Saturday / 8am-10pm

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