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Mon. Oct. 1, 9-12, HipHop, Reggae SPIN
Wed. Oct. 3, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. Oct. 4, 8-12, Reggae...Casio RAS DAVID
Fri. Oct. 51, 9-1 Rockn' blues TAYLOR BROOKS BAND
Sat. Oct. 6, 9-1 French Gypsy Music 9-1 D G I I N
Sun. Oct. 7, 8-12, OPEN MIC with THE PINKS
Mon. Oct. 8, 9-12, HipHop, Reggae SPIN
Weds. OCT. 10, 8-11 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs.Oct. 11, 8-11, Multi-instrumental folk fun STITCHCRAFT
Fri. Oct. 12 , 9-1, hiphop, reggae SUCKER FREE FRIDAY
Sat. Oct. 13, 9-1, ALLEGATOR & BYOU BOOGIE
Sun.Oct, 14 8-11 OPEN MIC w/ADAM
Mon. Oct. 15, 9-12, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. Oct. 17, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. Oct. 18, 8-12, an evening with VOODOO SOUL
Fri. Oct. 19, 9-1, rockn blues ADAM TRAUM BAND
Sat. Oct. 20, 9-1 blues SWAMP THANG
Sun. Oct. 21, 8-11, OPEN MIC with ADAM
Mon. Oct. 22, 8-12, HipHop, Raggae, Spin
Wed. Oct. 24, 8-11, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Oct. 25, 8-12, To be announced
Fri. Oct. 26, 9-1, BRUNSWICK DUNCAN& VODOO SMOOTH
Sat. Oct. 27, 9-1, country Halloween DANNY MONTANA & THE BAR ASSOCIATION
Sun. Oct. 28, 8-11, OPEN MIC with ADAM
Mon. Oct. 29, 8-12, Reggae-HipHop, Raggae Spin
Wed. Oct. 31, Halloween Blowout
October, 2007 Volume 31, Number 10

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ARTICLES:
Bolinas Museum Celebrates The Life And Agricultural History of Bolinas By Elia Haworth
The town of Bolinas exists because of the Bolinas Lagoon and it's surrounding fertile land. The town developed around the wharf area that offered e
West Marin Ag 'Snubbed'....again By Jeanette Pontacq
After months of effort by the agricultural community, it all came down to one afternoon and evening hearing on Seotember 11 at the Marin Board of S
Laughton Conservatorship Article A Vendetta
Dear Mr. Deane I continue to be amazed that you and the Coastal Post continue to publish inaccurate and clearly biased articles written by Terri Al
Local Briefs BY Local Offerings by Locals
Do You Love Your Cat? (Part II) September's LB piece on cats was missing a sentence. Sorry about that, everyone! We were trying to advise people
Bush Restricts Travel Rights Of Over 100,000 US Citizens By Sherwood Ross
The freedom to travel of more than 100,000 Americans placed on "watch" and "no fly" lists is being restricted by the Bush-Cheney regime. Citizen
EDITORIAL BY DON DEANE, EDITOR, COASTAL POST
The West Marin Medical Center in Point Reyes Station is one of the things that makes present West Marin what it is for the rest of us. Dr. Molly
Deporting Parents of Dead Soldiers? By Domenico Maceri
Soriano is now buried in Huston, his hometown, where his parents, undocumented workers from Mexico, are currently living. Before his death Soriano
Gwenn Spangler 1932-2007
Longtime Bolinas resident, innkeeper and restaurateur Gwenn Spangler passed away in her sleep the evening of August 29. A memorial service and gra
Leading Scientists Criticize Marin Supervisors Over Endangered Salmon By Todd Steiner
Hundreds of Scientists and Thousands of Residents Call on Supervisors to Enact Stronger Creek Protections to Prevent Coho Salmon Extinction in Mari
Pot Growers Are New Target in "War on Terror" By Scott Thill, AlterNet
Last time we checked in on the bizarro nexus between cannabis and terrorism, it was none other than actor/director Tommy Chong who was feeling the Bus
Greenspan admits Iraq Was About Oil, As Deaths Put At 1.2 Million Peter Beaumont and Joanna Walters in New York Sunday September 16, 2007 By The Observer
The man once regarded as the world's most powerful banker has bluntly declared that the Iraq war was 'largely' about oil. Appointed by Ronald Re
Bill to Provide Critical Support to Disabled Foster Youth Passes; Awaits Governor's Signature
Sacramento, CA: Severely disabled foster youth may begin receiving critical income support upon emancipation out of foster care if legislation that w
The Harvard Crimson Israel and Censorship at Harvard Opinion
Since Vietnam, Israel has become the heartbeat of U.S. foreign policy and a litmus test of what can be debated-and even of who will be allowed to spea
General Plan Update is missing big climate change tool By Dwayne Hunn
If you find our self-imposed Iraq War much more than inconvenient, then prepare for scaring self-flagellation from the tsunami of climate change.
Bush Pushes War Button On Peace Initiative By Karen Nakamura
On July 10, President Bush announced: "I will call together an international meeting this fall of representatives from nations that support a [Pale
Iraq Vets Facing a New Gulf War Syndrome Rampant Cancers From Depleted Uranium By Carla McClain, Arizona Daily Star
After serving in Vietnam nearly 40 years ago - and receiving the Bronze Star for it - the Tucson soldier was called back to active duty in Iraq. Whil
Israeli Committee Condemns Punishment Of Civilian Population
The Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions (ICAHD) deplores the unanimous decision by the Israeli cabinet to impose sanctions on supplies of e
Summer of Hate? By Frank Scott
We enter the Fall having experienced many celebrations of what advertisers dubbed the 1967 Summer of Love, hardly matched by any such seasonal spi
Oh My... Capitalism BY Edward W. Miller, M.D
"Capitalism Works To Concentrate Income In The Hands Of A Few Capitalists" The recent fall and shaky, uncertain recovery of the stock market bubble which, as it burst, according to the San Francisco Chronicle), has cost i
"Mostly Tricks - No Treats" by Judy Borello (Moo Town News)
With Marin County being held in 82.5% public land, (Federal, State or County- Free of taxes) that leaves only 17.5% held in the private sector it'
Skeptic's Journal by Jeanette Marie Pontacq
Being Ugly Recent house guests of mine from the Pyrenees in France each had the same initial reaction, shock and dismay, to a local 'ugly' in We
Let's Go Bomb Tehran By Carl Bloice
Published in the Black Commentator Sept. 2007 Last Friday, CNN's senior political analyst did at segment on Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani,
Iraq, Israel, Iran BY Huffington Post
When John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt's article on the Israel Lobby appeared in the London Review of Books, after having been commissioned and kil
Is Criticism of Israel Anti-Semitic? Shooting The Messengers By Mariano Aguirre
One reason that the US government, politicians and people don't have a clear idea of the situation in Israel/Palestine is that any criticism or com
CUT THE FAT AT COM: By Stephen Simac for MCC Board of Trustees
Cut the Fat at COM is my campaign slogan and my plan. The College of Marin board of trustees awarded their president an enormous raise this spri
Global Warming And The Coastside Environment, by don bacon, a resident of Montara
The lack of public discussion about the local effects of global warming is understandable: we're not on the front lines of climate change, like those
George W. Bush's Thug Nation By Robert Parry, Consortium News
It's said that over time Presidents - especially two-termers - imbue the nation with their personalities and priorities, for good or ill. If that's tr
Air Force refused to fly weapons to Middle East theater By Wayne Madsen
Sept. 24, 2007 WMR has learned from U.S. and foreign intelligence sources that the B-52 transporting six stealth AGM-129 Advanced Cruise Missiles, eac
U.S. Troops Bait Iraqis So Snipers Can Kill Them By Kim Sengupta, Independent UK
US soldiers are luring Iraqis to their deaths by scattering military equipment on the ground as "bait", and then shooting those who pick them up, it
A Persian woman's View on Burning Man By Maryam Karimabadi
This was my first year at Burning Man. My take on this huge famous gathering may be very different and in some ways shocking. So here it is: Everyon
Panel Presentation/Discussion Retired General Paul Monroe
Gold Star Mom Nadia McCaffrey People's Lobby Exec. Dir. Dwayne Hunn Friday, October 12th 7:00 p.m. Dance Palace - Point Reyes $10 or more donation re
Dwayne 'Hurricane' Simon
Dwayne 'Hurricane' Simon passed away on February 19, 2007. Dwayne you are and will always be missed by many on this earth. You were a very kind a
Climate Change Brings Risk of More Extinctions By David A. Fahrenthold
BLACKWATER NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Md. -- Third in a monthly series What has gone missing here is almost as spectacular as the 8,000 acres of swa
REPUBLICANS GONE WILD 2! Raging Moderate, By Will Durst
If you're one of the millions still rolling on the floor in amazement at the greed and hypocrisy featured in last year's surprise hit: "REPUBLICANS
Letter To The Editor
Probate Court Crimes Congratulations to the Coastal Post for having the courage to print the shocking truth. The awful reality of this article show

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EDITOR-PUBLISHER: Don Deane
ASSISTANT EDITOR: Jeanette Pontiacq
NEWS STAFF: Steve Simac, Karen Nakamura, Terri Alvillar, Carol Sterritt, Peter James Paul and Marie Siegenthaler
COLUMNISTS: Judy Borello, Larry Kelly, Ed Miller, J. Pontacq, Frank Scott, Norman Solomon
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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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