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DECEMBER CALENDAR

EVERY WEEK
Monday -- Record Spin with Epicenter
Tuesday -- Pool Tournament
Wednesday -- Larry's Karaoke
Fri.Dec. 2, 9-1 Czech R& B Band BOWLE
Sat. Dec. 3, 9-1 Country GOOD MEDICINE
Sun. Dec. 4, 8-11, OPEN MIC
Mon. Dec. 5 D J SPIN
Wed. Dec. 7, LARRY’ S KARAOKE
Thurs. Dec. 8. 10, 8-12 TBA
Fri. Dec. 9, 11, 9-1, blues uke boys --SAGE
Sat. Dec. 10, 9-1, jazz TOM FINCH GROUP
Sun. Dec. 11, 8-11, OPEN MIC
Mon. Dec. 12, 8-12 DJ SPIN
Wed. Dec. 14, LARRY’S KARAOKE
Fri. Dec. 16, 9-1 LEON-VEST
Sat. Dec. 17, 9-1, TRIBOLECTRIC
Sun. Dec. 18, 8-11, OPEN MIC with Chris Brown
Mon. Dec. 19, DJ SPIN
Wed. Dec. 21 , 8-11 LARRY’S KARAOKE
Fri. Dec. 23, 9-1, country POOL STICKS
Sat. Dec. 24, 9-1 SANTA CLAUS & FRIENDS
Sun. Dec. 25, 8-11, OPEN MIC with Chris Brown
Mon. Dec. 26, DJ SPIN
Wed. Dec. 28, Birthday for Dec.with Irish Folk MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER
Fri. Dec. 30, 9-1, JIMBO TROUT & The Fish People
Sat. Dec. 31 29, 9-1, SPECIAL BAND TBA
Sun. Jan. 1. 4, 8-11, OPEN MIC with Chris Brown
December, 2005 Volume 30, Number 12

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ARTICLES:
The Big Greenland Thaw Portends Disaster By Geoffrey Lean
Published on Sunday, November 20, 2005 by the lndependent/UK Global disaster will follow if the ice cap on Greenland melts. Now scientists say it
Bush Is Dismantling The Veterans Administration He's Trying To Destroy Benefits and Healthcare By Larry Scott
The Senator's aide chuckled rather loudly and said, "What VA? By the time this administration is done there won't be a VA." Our conversation had be
Sutter Healthcare Non-profit Status Being Examined By Karen Nakamura
This is a tale of two companies that are the same. One is the rapidly expanding, highly profitable, California-based, Sutter Healthcare and the oth
The Red Hill Park Affair With Astroturf By Carol Sterritt
Recently a most urgent call for donations to the Red Hill Park Fund arrived in local mailboxes right after San Anselmo voters had defeated Measure
Did American Democracy Die An Electronic Death In Ohio 2005's Referenda Defeats? By Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman
Published on Saturday, November 12, 2005 by the Free Press While debate still rages over Ohio's stolen presidential election of 2004, the imposs
Fish Numbers Plummet in Warming Pacific Disappearance of plankton causes unprecedented collapse in sea and bird life off western US coast By Geoffrey Lean in San Francisco
November 2005 November 13, 2005: A catastrophic collapse in sea and bird life numbers along America's Northwest Pacific seaboard is raising fears t
On Tookie Williams: The Moral Importance Of Clemency By Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Pacific News Service LOS ANGELES--As California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger ponders the fate of death-row inmate Stanley "Tookie" Williams, he might ex
Permit to Kill Pacific Sea Turtles and Whales Requested By Seafood Company By Submission
San Diego, CA-On November 3rd, the Pacific Fisheries Management Council voted preliminarily on an application by the Vermont based Federation of In
Writing and playing music are how I carve my way out of the darkness." -Sandy Leon Vest By Submission
This month's AHN News is dedicated to MUSIC and HEALING. I interview musician, Sandy Leon Vest, about her life with music and her recent experience
Exceptional San Rafael City Manager Takes Another Job By Karen Nakamura
In January 2006, San Rafael City Manager Rod Gould is leaving to take the same position in Poway, near San Diego. He has served since June of 1996
A War Based On Lies: Scootie, You're Doin' A Great Job! By Meg Brizzolara
Oops, sorry, that was a reference to another disgraced Bush Administration official, Michael Brown, head of FEMA, recently departed. One whose inc
Lone Protester Arrested During Prince's Visit By Matthew Bradley
It appears that the Institute for Public Accuracy's Executive Director, syndicated media critic and book author, Norman Solomon, was arrested durin
Community Center Benefit Dec. 2 By Submission
Audrey Auld Mezera, local musicians and special guests will play at a benefit for the Stinson Beach Community Center on Fri. Dec. 2 at 8 p.m. Proce
Huge Chemical And Weapon Dump Sites Revealed In Oceans By John Bull
As World War II drew to a close, the US Army was faced with scant storage space in ordnance depots at home and massive chemical weapons stockpiles
Bolinas World Craft Faire By Flower Sierra
Fifteen years ago, a Craft Faire featuring folk art from distant lands, premiered at the Bolinas Community Center. Christened the Bolinas World Cra
Israelis Hand Off Gaza Crossing; Palestinians Take Control of Rafah By Scott Wilson
Exerpted from the Washington Post JERUSALEM, Nov. 25 -- Palestinians celebrated a step toward independence from Israel on Friday with a jubilant cerem
Marine Sanctuary Seeks Advisory Council Applicants By Submission
The Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, managed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), is seeking applicants
Open House Features San Quentin Prison Art
Artwork from Arts in Corrections program taught by local volunteer artists will be on display in December at the Northgate Mall. Over 50 works of a
Zapatista Fair Trade Shopping Tour Comes to Bay Area By Submission
Zapatista women's crafts will be on sale in San Rafael and San Francisco, December 3 and 4. Proceeds from these fair trade shopping events help to
Legal Crimes By Frank Scott
the much greater wrong of the law." -Charles Dickens We are taught to be proud that we are a nation of laws, and that no one is above the law, no m
Tearing At Society's Fabric By Edward W. Miller, MD
Capitalism contains within itself the seeds of its own destruction-Karl Marx (1818-1883) On Oct. 27, 2005 two teenagers from the Paris suburbs were
Moo Town News "Bonny Prince Charlie" By Judy Borello
If this dates me, so be it! My grandparents used to refer to Prince Charles when he was a baby as "Bonnie Prince Charlie," as did many others. W
How do you spell SUSTAINABILITY? By Jeanette Pontacq
The recent visit to West Marin by a couple of charming British royals provided confirmation (if one was really needed) that our corner of the count
Hotel California: Affordable Housing Odyssey In Marin. By Stephen Simac
I had to walk out of town. I tried hitchhiking for a while, but I'd pissed off everyone in Bolinas. It's a little scary how good I am at that. Ha
Kim Kruglick By the Arizona Republic
Kim Kruglick, 57, passed away October 28, 2005 after a courageous 10 month battle with pancreatic cancer. He is survived by his wife Lisa, sister K
Mysterious Septic Systems In Marin By Kevin West
Why does it cost up to $100,000 to put in a mound system in Marin when the national average is less than $10,000? ¥ 1000 gallon septic tank $60
We Will Not Walk In Fear, One Of Another By John W. Whitehead
We live in perilous times. America's armed forces are spread around the globe. We are embroiled in wars in Afghanistan and Iraq against a rebel ene
An Enemy of the State By Doug Thompson
According to a printout from a computer controlled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Department of Justice, I am an enemy of the
"Global Temperature Management" By Chaim Scheff
If planet Earth were an enterprise, then Global Warming would be (is) a symptom of bad management. Petro-technologies (waste product intense) are c
Dog Is My Copilot By Barbara Lawrence
As she goes about her day, Muttisse does her job with grace and determination. She feels her job is very important. She eagerly runs for the car ea
Letter To The Editor
Beggar State With an 8 trillion dollar national debt the United States sometimes looks like a beggar squatting on the sidewalk with a tin cup
Teens Using Prescription Drugs And Inhalants By Submission
The good news is that overall drug abuse by teenagers is still down, but the use of prescription drugs and inhalants has increased. The results of t

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