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JANUARY CALENDAR
Fri, Jan 14JELLOHAT
Sat, Jan 15LYNETTE SHAW BAND
Sun, Jan 16Open Mic
Fri, Jan 21WINDOW LIGHTS
Sat, Jan 22GOOD MEDICINE
Sun, Jan 23Open Mic
Wed, Jan 26MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER
Fri, Jan 28BUDDY CRAIG
Sat, Jan 29CHROME JOHNSON
Sun, Jan 30Open Mic
April, 2005 - Volume 30, Number 4

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ARTICLES:
Editorial: Why Must There Be A Requiem For Full Circle? By Don Deane
  As you read this the dinnerware, pots, pans, and flatware are packed up and gone. The worn bedding has been neatly folded and boxed. Goodwill. Salvation Army.
Justice For Sale: Did Judge Smith Ignore Crimes In Divorce Trial? By Jim Scanlon
When a poor man's official files are missing, neglect or indifference are plausible. When a millionaire's files are lost other possibilities emerge .
Local Marin Draft Counselors Advise Students By Carol Sterritt
"In the largest sense, Marin's at-risk high school students are being drafted. They are being drafted, not through any mandatory requirement, but through the old military principle
Media Blackout On Father's Felony Child Abuse Charges By Jim Scanlon
For the second time since Felony child abuse charges were filed in November against Leo Allen Magers, the Solano County Superior Court has continued scheduled court hearings
Demand for Retraction of Article by Terri Alvillar "The Lost Estate of Sophie Tucker Greenberg"
Demand is hereby made for a retraction of the false statements contained in the Article written by Terri Alvillar appearing in the March, 2005 issue of the Coastal Post.
Retraction Demand By Colin C. Claxon Regarding "The Lost Estate of Sophie Tucker Greenberg
Would you please let me know what fact checking or background information you consulted, to corroborate your story appearing in March issue, obviously without divulging your "sources."
Eviction Looming For Sarah Nome? By Jim Scanlon
Whether Sarah Nome, an 82 year old bed ridden woman will be evicted from Kaiser Hospital and put on the public sidewalk
The MMOB Takes Action To Save Social Security
"Write the Right" program helps grassroots moms contact Congress
State Wants To Collect From Poor Dead Californians
The Green Party of California Wednesday described as "heartless" a scheme revealed this week by the Schwarzenegger administration
Horror Of Depleted Uranium Not Limited To Iraq By James Denver
"I'm horrified. The people out there - the Iraqis, the media and the troops - risk the most appalling ill health.
Radioactive Uranium Nano
Particles Pinpointed As Major Issue in Gulf War Syndrome By Christopher Bollyn
Depleted uranium weapons and the untold misery they wreak on mankind are taboo subjects in the mainstream media
11,000 US Soldiers Dead from DU Poisoning By Bob Nichols
Considering the tons of depleted uranium used by the US, the Iraq war can truly be called a nuclear war.
Building Natural Backyard Habitats - one click at a time
New Online Resource Offers Advice and Products for Creating Garden Ecosystems
Independent Media Has Become An Enemy Target By Ghali Hassan
Since the start of the 2003 War on Iraq, there have been 13 incidents involving the killing of journalists by US soldiers.
Conflict Of Conscience Or Something Rotten In Denmark By Karen Nakamura
The liberal-left in the United States is going through a crisis.
Grassroots Activism Class-Marin Activist Dotty LeMieux Leads Training Session
Are you considering a run for elective office? Are you incensed about an inappropriate
Ozone Decline Stuns Scientists By Katy Human and Kim McGuire
Solar flares and frigid temperatures are believed to be working with human chemicals to eat away at the protective ozone layer above the North Pole
Single-Payer Health Care Legislation Forum
April 29, College of Marin Single-payer, universal health care insurance coverage is still knocking on California's door.
Bolinas Beach Babylon
Quiet Quiet Window Lights Brought The Folk, And Bobo Brought The Freaks.
By Rob Harvilla
At first, we miss Bolinas entirely. Drive right by it, oblivious.
Say What? By Frank Scott
Iran and North Korea agreed to destroy all their nuclear weapons, but only after the United States and Israel do the same.
Iraqis Vote Florida Style By Dr. Edward W. Miller
On March 20th, tens of thousands around the world marched to protest Washington's continuing occupation in Iraq.
Moo Town News No Cents Or Nonsense By Judy Borello
The San Francisco Water Quality Control Board estimates the cleaning up of Tomales Bay would cost between $15.6 and $73.5 million dollars.
SKEPTIC'S JOURNAL 18 Miles To Petaluma, A Lot More To St. Remy de Provence By Jeanette Pontaq
Private property is a basic tenant of our lives in West Marin, as in the rest of the country.
Connecting The Dots By Larry Kelley
The world was stunned by the news. As president, George W. Bush had never done such a thing.
Getting Old Sucks By Harry Holdorf
(An aside) The world is displaying that it can take care of itself.
Are You A Shopaholic By Louis Steiner
From the people who brought you Mathematics Disorder and Disorder of Written Expression and even Caffeine Disorder, now bring you Compulsive Shopping Disorder.
Down The Tubes Dark Musings on the State of American Culture By Rick Raznikov
It's a Friday night, almost the end of another nightmarish American week, and I'm thinking unacceptable thoughts.
Get Out of Iraq! By Norman Solomon
Why Iraq Withdrawal Makes Sense President Bush just told reporters that he has no intention of setting any timetable for withdrawal.
Letters To The Editor

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