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DECEMBER CALENDAR

Sat, Dec 1stLiz Anah Band
Fri, Dec 7thRaymond Victor Band
Sat, Dec 8thBackroad Blues Band
Sun, Dec 9thBuddy Craig
SMILEY'S 150th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Fri, Dec 14thBlues Fuse
Sat, Dec 15thChrome Johnson
Sun, Dec 16thBuddy Craig
Fri, Dec 21stJenny Kerr Band
Sat, Dec 22ndDuke & The Boyx
Sun, Dec 22ndBuddy Craig
Mon, Dec 24thSanta
Wed, Dec 26thMidnight On The Water
Fri, Dec 28thPBR Street Gang
Sat, Dec 29thMojo Madness
Sun, Dec 30thBuddy Craig
Mon, Dec 31stNew Years Eve Band
December, 2001 - Volume 26, Number 12

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ARTICLES:
Can We Trust the Bush Junta Family Ties To Terrorist Family? - By Jim Scanlon
  The close financial ties of former president George Bush to the immensely rich Saudi Arabian oligarchy and the Bin Laden family business, as well as other business interests, make it difficult to believe that President George W Bush, and his junta of advisors, many of whom served his father, will be effective in smashing up "terrorism."
Smiley's Schooner Saloon Celebrates 150th Birthday, A Short History - By Joan Reutinger
Smiley's Schooner Saloon and Hotel will celebrate its 150th birthay the weekend of December 14-16 in Bolinas. An historic display, entertainment, birthday happy hours and a reunion of oldtimers will mark the event.
White's Hill Road Closure Could Be A Big Problem - By Elena Belsky
The White's Hill Slide Repair and Bridge project is a $5 million State and Federally funded Project, administered by the County, which seeks to correct a troublesome and hazardous slide on one of West Marin's main thoroughfares.
Sharon Plows Path Of Belligerence - By Karen Nakamura
Leaning against a graceful manikin in the window of Deja Nu, a vintage clothing store on Fourth Street in San Rafael is a sign stating: "I hope it is still possible to love America and not love those who run it.
Letter From Chile - By Jim Scanlon
In 1990, when I left the United States, the airport was hustling and bustling and crowded with stressed, but seemingly happy people. When I got to Chile, where the old military government had just been replaced, the airport crowd was quiet and subdued
Living With Terrorism- By Alex Horvath
On the morning of September 11, and for two weeks after, I was without a television. Maybe it's because of this, and because I didn't watch a single moment of the World Trade Center disaster, I don't have the same feeling of gloom as the rest of the country. Instead, I possess a restless cynicism.
Black Point Developer Practices Miss Par Again - By Louis Nuyens
With a long history of environmental battles behind it, Black Point Partnership (BPP), a creation of the large developer, Spieker Properties, has once again run afoul of environmental watchdogs.
Harry Pothead And the Blue Crystal - By Stephen Simac
I was reading the news about the War on Terrorists. There is an endless parade of Americans riding on the administration's bandwagon, jeering anyone on the sidelines as unpatriotic. Bill Bennett, chain smoking drug moralizer, Lynn Cheney, erotic novelist and wife of vice president in hiding, Paul Wolfowitz, not in sheep's clothing, even Chelsea Clinton at Oxford were on the wagon.
An Evening of Healing & Support - For Our Friend Sandy Leon-Vest
On Saturday, December 8, the West Marin Community will join together for an evening of healing and support for our friend Sandy Leon-Vest.
God's Killers And Shoppers- By Frank Scott
We approach another holiday season while killing foreigners, who this time are alleged to have inflicted pain on our people, not just our policies. The 911 disaster has covered for a murderous assault by the most powerful military force in history, on what is possibly the weakest, poorest nation on earth.
A Nation in Denial - By Edward W. Miller
Moving across the TV screen as the CNN camera zooms in, dust rises in a series of earth-shaking clouds, thundering along the foothills of the Hindu Kush just east of the Pakistan border near the Afghanistan cities of Kunduz and Taloqan.
Leonard Peltier: Make The World A Better Place - September 12, 2001
It is in the wake of the tragic attacks in New York that I write this statement. Today there is a great sadness in my heart for the thousands of victims, their families, and those who have personally witnessed the horrors of violence, death and destruction.
Letter from CongressPerson Lynn Woolsey - To Mr. Frank Scott [Coastal Post Columnist]
Thank you for contacting me about the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Since Sept. 11, my office has received more than 5,000 letters, emails, faxes and phone calls related to the attacks and our nation's response.
Letters To The Editor

December 2001

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