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JULY CALENDAR
Fri. June 29, 9-1 jug band SKIFFLE SYMPHONY
Sat. July 30, 9 rockn' blues ADAM TRAUM
Sun. July 1, 8-12, OPEN MIC with THE PINKS
Mon. July 2, HIP HOP SPIN
Tues. July 3, Hawaii's SAGE
WEDS. JULY 4TH OF JULY ALL DAY SAGE
BIG HORN REX
TOM FINCH BAND
JOE & VICKI PRICE
Thurs. July 5, 8-12 THE BLANK TAPES
Fri.,July 6, 9-1, blues DUKE & THE BOYZ
Sat. July 7, 9-1, HORSESHOES
Sun.July 8, 8-11 OPEN MIC
Mon. July 9, 9-12, HipHop SPIN
Wed. July 11, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. July 12, 8-12, NEW FOLK Randazzo Robinson & Joseph Childress
Fri. July 13, 9-1, SUCKER-FREE SECOND FRIDAY
Sat. July 14, 9-1 country COWLICKS
Sun. July 15, 8-11, OPEN MIC
Mon. July 16, 8-12,HipHop SPIN
Wed. July 18, 8-11, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. July 19, 8-12, reggae SCHOLAR'S WORD
Fri. July 20, 9-1, SF rock LANDSDALE STATION
Sat. July 21, 9-1, funky blues JONATHAN KORTY & FRIENDS
Sun. July 22, 8-11, OPEN MIC
Mon. July 23, 8-12, HipHop SPIN
Wed. July 25, LARRY's KARAOKE
Thurs. July 26, 8-12 country TOSHIO HERANO
Fri. July 27, 9-1, Irish Rock JERRY HANNAN
Sat. July 28, 9-1 big band funk MONOPHONICS
Sun. July 29, 8-12, OPEN MIC w/THE PINKS
July, 2007 Volume 31, Number 07

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ARTICLES:
Point Reyes National Seashore Vs. Scientific Facts BY Corey Goodman
The quote in the title, from the late Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, couldn't have expressed more aptly the difference between opinion and fac
Critical Water Emergency In Bolinas By Don Deane
The Bolinas Community Public Utility District (BCPUD) may run out of water this summer because end-of-life filtration equipment needs to be replace
Prowler Driven Off By 82-Year-Old Retiree By Don Deane
An 82-year-old, retired real estate agent took matters into her own hands on a Saturday night in June when she heard her front door burst open in t
The First Amendment of our United States Constitution was made applicable to the states through the due process clause of the 14th Amendment. It st
County Attempts To Hold Up Certification Of Wetland EIR By Jeanette M. Pontacq
A last minute attempt to seriously defer the restoration of Tomales Bay Wetland played out last week at the State Lands Commission in Sacramento.
Local Briefs for July 2007 By Coastal Post Staff
Dying to Own Property in West Marin? How many places are there in West Marin where you can buy an 8' x 3.3' plot of land for only $2,300? That
Uncertain Future For Marin General By Norman Carrigg, MD
The Five elected Marin Healthcare District directors who oversee the lease of Marin General Hospital have a plate full of problems this summer. The
Tastes Like Burning-What's a little depleted uranium in the yard if it helps defeat them terrorists? By Mark Drolette
The following lead paragraph of an April 11, 2007, article caught my eye--or, more likely, pierced it with a radioactive-hot poker: Proposed ex
LEGAL ALERT Marin's Family Court Mediators Are Not Following The Law
To my colleagues: Most of you know me, I am a family law attorney in Marin County. I am passing along what I believe to be very important inform
Mideast Governments In The Pocket of America By Karen Nakamura
There are times when we need to ask 'what was that again?' While the facts were aired, they were passed over. The dots weren't connected in the Ame
Candidate Questions And Confessions By Karen Nakamura
This reporter e-mailed the Democratic candidates the same question purposely tilted to the left to note their reaction. The question follows:
Over 140,000 Rove Emails Illegally Destroyed
This post, written by Nico Pitney, originally appeared on Think Progress House investigators have learned that the Bush administration's use of
CHEMICAL TERRORISM? by Mow&Sow
a local, West Marin non-profit, based in Marshall From Marshall, this is the beginning of our new campaign against the mostly invisible threat o
Guardians of the Golden Gate Lecture on July 10
It's the biggest national park of any US urban area and it's at our fingertips. On Tuesday, July 7, Bay Area residents will have the opportunity t
Affordable Housing For The Soul By Jacqueline Patterson
Recently, there was a review in the Coastal Post of social services available to residents of West Marin. The article found Bolinas somewhat lackin
Get 'Em While It's Hot!
Global warming has us all hot under the collar. But while others talk the issue to death, there is something we can all do to lessen the burden: P
County Begins Woodacre Fish Passage Project
The Marin County Department of Public Works will begin construction on the County's latest fish passage project to help coho salmon migrate into W
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"Buying The War" BY Bill Moyer's
The public is invited to a free screening of Bill Moyers' acclaimed documentary "Buying The War" at the monthly meeting of Democracy for America-Ma
EDITORIAL
Graduation On The Moon Every June hundreds of Marin County teenagers graduate from high school. For a few gifted students, high school is a snap. B
Water Supply and Conservation/West Marin By Dennis Rodoni of Olema,
NMWD Director, Guest Editorialist for July North Marin Water District (NMWD) West Marin customers now have a reliable water supply in normal and dry y
Israel, The Elephant In Our Parlor BY Edward W. Miller, MD
''The wellspring of regional division, the source of resentment and frustration far beyond, is the denial of justice and peace in Palestine.'' Kin
The Climate Change Market By Frank Scott
The global warming issue has become a bonanza for marketing political products dubbed green, meaning nature, but more realistically, meaning money.
Moo Town News King Steve and the Royal Serfs by Judy Borello
No, this is not a rock group! This is a spoof mixed with humor and salient and satirical points..... It came to pass in those days that a decr
Skeptic's Journal for July 2007 'The 2 R's' By Jeanette Pontacq,
The Race to the Bottom A local store had Mr. H as an employee for 17 years, through one ownership change and numerous world events. After workin
Connecting The Dots Problem From Hell By Larry and Brian Kelley
More than two million prisoners are jammed into 200 concentration camps, where they "live" in squalor and disease, awaiting starvation and death. N
Addressing Inequality: An Idea Whose Time Has Come By Dmitri Iglitzin and Steven Hill
When pets are poisoned by imported pet food, U.S. Attorneys are fired for political reasons, or student loan providers are found to have been offer
No War Is First Is Politics
The study of how dangerous obligated emergency is, is important. Is life is o.k. If you do not make it worse. Ideas and answers are not which perso
The Silence of the Bombs By Norman Solomon
Three years have passed since most Americans came to the conclusion that the Iraq war was a "mistake." Reporting the results of a Gallup poll in J
Summer Months Most Deadly For Teen Drivers
WASHINGTON, DC - Summer can be a deadly time for teenage drivers. The end of the school year and the start of summer vacation marks a significant
Letters To THe Editor
Iraqi Unions Fight For Democracy Oil! Oil! Face it - that's the real reason for the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Junior Bush and his co-cons
When Routine Surgery Turns Into a Nightmare
Each month medical errors kill five times as many people in the U.S. as died in the September 11th attacks. Of the many categories medical errors
2012: What's in a Number? By Elizabeth Whitney
That numbers have mysterious powers has been known for a long, long time. All of the esoteric teachings are drenched in numbers--consider the Kabba
Raging Moderate, by Will Durst
Paris Hilton Pays for George Bush's Sins Poor, poor Paris. Okay. Admittedly, she's as likable as fingernails on a blackboard. Fingernails that h
The Ed and Elaine Brown Tax Stand Off By Star Hills
On January 18 2007, Edward Brown was found guilty by a jury in a Federal District Court in Concord, New Hampshire of three criminal charges relati

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The Coastal Post is a newspaper of general circulation published on or about the 1st of every month in Marin County, CA. With a monthly readership of about 30,000 and crculation of over 12,000, the newspaper is free in communities throughout Marin and on the World Wide WEB. Subsrciptions are payable in advance, six months $15, one year $30 by sending a check to P.O. Box 31, Bolinas, CA 94924. PHONE (415) 868-1600 FAX (415) 868-0502. http://wwww.coastalpost.com EMAIL: editor@coastalpost.com

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