Out of a small storefront in the sunny Mission District of San Francisco, powerful waves are being transmitted across the region and the web.  Mutiny Radio is a project of the Common Thread Collective and they host open house, live, community inclusive radio out of their spot at 21st and Florida Streets.  Representing a collective voice of mostly unheard from people, Diamond Dave spins and spews information on gatherings, free farm stands, politics, music, art, the Buddha, the Occupy and anything else he deems relevant.  One of the original HAIGHT STREET hippies, Diamond Dave was also part of FOOD NOT BOMBS that helped feed disadvantaged people in the Haight Ashbury starting in the 1960′s.  Last Friday, he welcomed Ed Dunn from Kezar Gardens on his show to discuss the ill conceived  yet ongoing eviction of 780 Frederick Street.  The entire program can be heard on the mutiny radio website  or watch a clip from the session above and see what everyone else just heard.