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41 Wharf Road., Bolinas, CA
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AUGUST CALENDAR
Thurs. Aug. 2, 8-12 Nicole De Luz
Fri. Aug. 3, 9-1 Urban gringo mariachis Diego's Umbrella
Sat. Aug. 4, 9-1 R&R Tom Finch Band
Sun. Aug 5, 8-11 Open Mic with the Pinks
Mon. August 6, 9-12 Hip Hop Record Spin
Wed. August 8, 8-12 Larry's Karaoke
Thurs. Aug. 9, 8-12 5-Cent Coffee
Fri. Aug. 10, 9-1 Hawaiian, Sage
Sat. Aug. 11, 9-1 Blue grass, Burning Embers
Sun. Aug. 12, 8-12 Open Mic with Adam
Mon. August 13 Hip Hop Record Spin
Wed. Aug. 15, 9-12 Larry's Karaoke
Thurs. Aug. 16, 8-12 The Matinees
Fri. Aug. 17, 9-1 R&R Lotus Rush
Sat. Aug. 18, 9-1 R&R The Flux
Sun. Aug. 19, 8-12 Open Mic with Adam
Mon. Aug. 20 Hip Hop Record Spin
Wed. Aug. 22, 9-12 Larry's Karaoke
Fri. Aug. 24, 9-1 Plumb Crazy
Sat. Aug. 25, 9-1 blues, Michael Robinson Band
Sun. Aug. 26, 7:30-9 Open Mic with Adam
Mon. Aug 27, 9-12 Hip Hop Record Spin
Wed. Aug. 29, 7:30- 9:00 Irish Folk, Midnight On The Water
Fri. Aug. 31 9-1 Sucker Free Friday
Sat. Sept. 1, 9-1 country, Bar Association
Sun. Sept. 2, 9-1 Chrome Johnson
LABOR DAY, Mon. Sept. 3, 8-12 French Gypsy music, Djiin
August, 2007 Volume 31, Number 08

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ARTICLES:
Marin Ag: The Perfect Storm By Jeanette Marie Pontacq
Rural West Marin is the only area of Marin County hosting real, independent ranching. In the summer of 2007, a perfect storm of dangers to the co
Bush Government to Poor Voters: We Don't Want You to Vote By Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet
Posted on July 17, 2007, Printed on July 19, 2007 http://www.alternet.org/story/56957/ State welfare offices across the country are not offering mi
Paving Paradise By Gordon Bennett of Inverness, marsh and path advocate
This is my personal story about what I saw as the County's 11th hour attempt to highjack a locally-desired 4 to 6 foot wide unpaved pathway betwee
Depleted Uranium, Diabetes, Cancer And You By Alan Cantwell, MD
(c) 2007 All Rights Reserved Recently, I received an intriguing email claiming that the rapidly increasing worldwide epidemic of diabetes was cause
A Look At A "Lesser" Candidate By Karen Nakamura
Richardson could have been talking about the distain fellow presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and John Edwards, showed for the voting proce
Bolinas Water Crisis Update By Don Deane
Bolinas Community Utility District Manager Jennifer Blackman says the Bolinas water crisis is diminishing. Aging water filters scheduled for replac
Local Briefs for August 2007
Defining Ticky Tacky! Last month's LB comment on 'Ticky Tacky on Highway One' (about the TT at the south end of Point Reyes Station on weekends
Depleted Uranium Expert Leuren Moret And Astronaut Brian O'Leary To Speak In Bolinas Aug. 6
The planet's best-informed person about the perils of depleted uranium--Leuren Moret--will speak Hiroshima Night, Monday, August 6, at Bolinas C
Limited Time Only - Act Now To Own Your Piece Of The Ocean Off The Mendocino Coast By Michael O'Faolain
Yes, folks, act now! Your friends at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) will give you piece of the Pacific Ocean. All you have to do i
Another Arab Peace Initiative By Karen Nakamura
On July 10, instead of visiting the Middle East for important meetings as she had announced, U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and President
Executive Order: Blocking Property of Certain Persons Who Threaten Stabilization Efforts in Iraq By White House News
Message to the Congress of the United States Regarding International Emergency Economic Powers Act By the authority vested in me as President by t
An Artist in Black and White: MARTY KNAPP An interview by Jeanette Marie Pontacq of Point Reyes Station
If you are ever wandering off the beaten path in Point Reyes - especially during bad weather - you might have the pleasure of seeing this guy at his w
Immigration Reform: Waiting Until Next Time By Domenico Maceri
In May of 2006 huge demonstrations occurred across major American cities to protest the Sensenbrenner Bill which would have turned undocumented work
JOHN PERKINS: "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man"
The real story of modern empire - of the corporatocracy that exploits desperate people and is executing history's most brutal, selfish, and ultimat
"Absentee" Parcels Cast Flood Fee Vote Into Question By Louise Mathews
The March 19, 2007, Ross Valley Flood Protection and Watershed Program Owner's Listing and Fee Amount lists 15,010 parcel numbers, owner's name, sit
It's Time for a Declaration of Independence From Israel By Chris Hedges, Truthdig
Israel, without the United States, would probably not exist. The country came perilously close to extinction during the October 1973 war when Egypt
Clam Green Home Tour
Green Home Tour, Building Sustainable Communities Sunday, August 26, 2007, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Starts at the Dance Palace in Point Reyes Station.
Lies and Leaks: The Earthquake That Screamed "No Nukes!" By Harvey Wassserman
July 20, 2007: The massive earthquake that shook Japan this week nearly killed millions in a nuclear apocalypse. It also produced one of the mos
Are You One of the Shrinking Americans? By Joshua Holland, AlterNet
According to a new study, white and black Americans have been shrinking dramatically relative to their European counterparts since the end of World
Iraqi Federation of Oil Unions Draws Line in the Sand Over American Taking Of Oil
Opposition to Law Garners Growing International Support Basra, Iraq - Today hundreds of Iraqis, led by the Iraqi Federation of Oil Unions (IFOU), too
Bill to Help Disabled Foster Youth By Submission
(SACRAMENTO, CA) In July, the Senate Human Services Committee passed a bill authored by Assembly member Noreen Evans (D-Santa Rosa), Chair of the Ass
The Making of an American Soldier: Why Young People Join the Military By Jorge Mariscal, Sojourners
In today's political climate, with two wars being fought with no end in sight, it can be difficult for some people to understand why young folks en
Old-line Republican Warns 'Something's In The Works' To Trigger A Police State By Thom Hartmann's abreviated interview with Paul Craig Roberts
Thom Hartmann began his program on Thursday, July 19, by reading from a new Executive Order which allows the government to seize the assets of anyo
Meandering through a magnificent menagerie By Supervisor Steve Kinsey, District 4/Marin
MENAGERIE- a) an unusual and varied group of people b) a collection of live wild animals on exhibition Under state law, all California countie
Mad About Libby, Mute About Lobby By Frank Scott
The presidential pardon of Scooter Libby, in the tradition of executive mercy for the privileged class, elicited outrage from liberal sectors of t
Ask Your Doctor: Is Sicko Right For You? By Edward W. Miller, MD
Michael Moore's documentary, "SICKO" now playing at our local theatres is proving to be an excellent sales pitch for a "single-Payer System, " in t
The Passing Of "Godfather Tobias" By Judy Borello
No matter how you brace yourself for the inevitable it still hurt a whole hellava lot when I heard that Toby Giacomini died after being warned by C
SKEPTIC'S JOURNAL By Jeanette Marie Pontacq
A Decent Death, Please A friend of mine died recently. His name was Andrew Schultz. He was funny, infuriating sometimes, smart, savvy and lovi
From the Grave, a Senator Exposes Bloody Hands on Capitol Hill By Norman Solomon
It was a chilling moment on a split-screen of history. While the Senate debated the Iraq war on the night of July 17, a long-dead senator again r
Raging Moderate, "BOSS DICK' By Will Durst
Alright, I have a message for the American public, and the message is this: leave Dick Cheney alone. He's not answerable to you. Get off his big w
Letters
Tomales Cemetery Plots Your information about the Tomales cemetery is incorrect. Plots are for church members and members of the Tomales community, an

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