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SEPTEMBER CALENDAR

Fri, Sept 5Jerry Hannon Band
Sat, Sept 686
Sun, Sept 7Open Mic
Wed, Sept 10Karaoke
Fri, Sept 12Ideal Husbands
Sat, Sept 13Junk Yard Buddhas
Sun, Sept 14Open Mic
Wed, Sept 17Karaoke
Fri, Sept 19Cole Tate Band
Sat, Sept 20Buddy Craig Band
Sun, Sept 21Open Mic
Wed, Sept 24Monthly Birthday Party with Midnight on the Water
Fri, Sept 26Jenny Kerr Band
Sat, Sept 27Jimbo Trout & the Fish People
Sun, Sept 28Open Mic

OCTOBER CALENDAR
Wed, Oct 1Karaoke
Fri, Oct 3Buddy Craig Band
Sat, Oct 4Huckle Buck & the What you wants
September, 2003 - Volume 28, Number 9

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ARTICLES:
Israel Walls In The Palestinians; Rage To Follow By Tim Llewellyn
  LONDON, Aug. 21-Special to the Coastal Post: From time to time some Israeli citizen is quoted to the effect that he or she is appalled at the hatred Palestinians manifest towards Israelis.
The Air Is Thick With Lies By Jimmy Breslin Newsday
I was a few hundred yards up on Liberty Street when the Two Tower of the World Trade Center blew. I put my nose inside my shirt and ran through smoke that turned day into night.
California Scammed, East Coast Blacked Out: Electrical Rape Continues By Karen Nakamura
Say "rolling blackouts" to any Californian and they'll shutter. Rolling blackouts were the method Texas oil companies used to fleece them in a shady, quasi-legal, price manipulation scam.
Factories on Farms? County Process and Oversight Flaws Abound By Louis Nuyens
Over the past few months, the County has kicked into high gear, quietly pushing through fundamental changes to local zoning and regulations, even while the more overarching process of a County General Plan update is underway.
911 Caller Arrested, Dies By Don Deane
A forty-seven year old native Marinite and father of three teenagers may have been killed due to actions of sheriff deputies on August 17 after he called 911 for help.
Army Needs To Own Hamilton Wetlands Problem By Elena Belsky
In many ways, literally and figuratively, the Army Base Re-use And Closure (BRAC) division needs to "own" the Hamilton Wetlands Restoration Project (HWRP).
The Kinsey Report: Why Does Steve Do The Things He Does? By Jim Scanlon
Supervisor Steve Kinsey is at it again! Why does he continue to do illegal construction on his property when he doesn't have to, especially after having been outed and caught three years ago.
9/11: A Smorgasbord Of Shocking News About Government Failures
It's been two years since 9/11/01 and most Americans willingly remain ignorant of what really happened.
Half Truths, Good News & Bad About The Ozone Hole By Jim Scanlon
Recently international television, radio and news media outlets featured what seems to be exceedingly rare, encouraging environmental news --- scientists, have detected the first sign of a slowing in the rate of destruction of "Earth's protective veil of ozone."
Shock And Awe At Home By Dwayne Hunn
Daybreak. Materials and supplies were piled along the perimeter. The battalion was holstered, armed, edgy.
Iraqi Cities 'Hot' with Depleted Uranium By Sara Flounders
Has U.S. use of depleted-uranium weapons turned Iraq into a radioactive danger area for both Iraqis and occupation troops?
Revelations About Gulf War II Mystery Illness
The American Gulf War Veterans Association (AGWVA), an independent Gulf War Veterans' support organization, has long searched for answers to explain why nearly half of the 697,000 Gulf War I Veterans are now ill
US Elites Celebrate Patriarchy, Racism and Class Privilege By Peter Phillips
San Francisco Bohemian Club members and guests from around the world recently completed two weeks of celebration, self entertainment and partying at their private 2,700 acre redwood retreat on the Russian River in Sonoma County, California.
Bush's Crumbling Authority in Iraq By Robert Fisk
What UN member would ever contemplate sending peace-keeping troops to Iraq now? The men who are attacking America's occupation army are ruthless, but they are not stupid.
Celebrate Healthy Neighborhood
For the second year in a row, "Canal Healthy Neighborhood" will be inviting its San Rafael community to a September event planned around the theme of a "safer, healthier and friendlier community."
"Bring Us home"-GIs flood US With War-Weary Emails By Paul Harris and Jonathan Franklin
Susan Schuman is angry. Her GI son is serving in the Iraqi town of Samarra, at the heart of the "Sunni triangle," where American troops are killed with grim regularity.
US Homelessness And Poverty Rates Skyrocket By Jay Shaft
As I watch far-away images of body bags being filled, I see much closer images of bodies. I went by a local park the other day and it looked like a concentration camp crossed with a mass murder scene.
Bush Makes Cuts For Active Troops By Catherine Powell
On August 9, a 3rd Corps Support Command soldier died from heat stress while riding in a convoy north of Ad Diwaniyah. There are news reports that chronic water shortages are limiting American troops to two 1.5 liter bottles a day, despite the 100-degree-plus heat.
News Shorts

Recall And Impeach By Frank Scott
The political establishment is having fits over the recall effort in California. It is in danger of losing control of the process, and we owe it all to a rich right winger.
Chicken Little And The Cost Of "Operation Hunker Down" By Edward W. Miller
Just as in 1967 Israeli Prime Minister Begin, along with his General Yitzak Shamir (later Prime Minister) purposely mislead their people into believing that they were threatened by Nasser's military forces in the Sinai , in order to justify Israel's already planned war of aggression against the neighboring Arab States, so President Bush, Jr.
MOO TOWN NEWS By Judy Borello

Tour Busses And West Marin By Jeanette Pontacq
Sometimes things work out.
A Brief History of the Bolinas Lagoon By Josh Churchman
There is little doubt that the Bolinas Lagoon was once a deep water harbor.
Letters To The Editor

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