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JANUARY CALENDAR
Thurs. Jan. 3, 8-12, rockn' roll NEW BAND SHOWCASE
Fri. Jan. 4, mountain jazz PINE NEEDLES
Sat. Jan. 5 GOMORAN SOCIAL AID & PLEASURE CLUB
Sun.Jan. 6, 8-11 OPEN MIC w/band members from the PINKS
Mon. Jan. 7, 9-12, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. Jan. 9, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. Jan. 10, 8-12, NEW BAND SHOWCASE
Fri. Jan. 11, 9-1 , JEB BRADY BAND
Sat. Jan. 12, 9-1, COWLICKS!
Sun. Jan. 13, 8-12, OPEN MIC w/Djiin players
Mon. Jan. 14, 9-12, HipHop, Reggae SPIN
Weds. Jan. 16, 8-11 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. Jan. 17, NEW BAND SHOWCASE
Fri. Jan. 18, 9-1, old time sring band SKITTLE SYMPHONY
Sat. Jan 19, 9-1, kick-ass rockn' roll SWAMP THANG
Sun. Jan. 20, 8-11 OPEN MIC with Djiin players
Mon. Jan. 21, 9-12, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. Jan.. 23, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. Jan. 24, 8-12, NEW BAND SHOWCASE
Fri. Jan. 25, 9-1, JIMBO TROUT & THE FISH PEOPLE
Sat. Jan. 26, 9-1 rockn' roll JENNY KERR BAND
Sun. Jan. 27, 8-11, OPEN MIC w/Djiin players
Mon. Jan. 28, 8-12, HipHop, Raggae, SPIN
Wed. Jan. 30, 7-9, MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER,
& 9-11 LARRY'S KARAOKE Thurs. Jan. 31, 8-12,
NEW BAND SHOWCASE FEBRUARY
Fri. Feb. 1, 9-1,
ELIZA JANE BAND Sat. Feb. 2, 9-1, country/bluegrass
S A G E Sun. Feb. 3, 8-11,
OPEN MIC w/The Pinks Mon. Feb. 4, 9-1,
HipHop Reggae SPIN
January, 2008 Volume 32, Number 01

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ARTICLES:
Landlords Of Medical Cannabis Centers Threatened With Real Estate Forfeiture By Jacqueline Patterson
Many Bay area medical cannabis dispensary operators, including Marin's own lyrical Lynette Shaw, rallied in Downtown San Francisco on December 20th
Seeds: 'Multi-National Corporations Gaining Total Control Over Farming' By Anil Netto
Global Research- IPS News Food security campaigners are now more concerned than ever that farmers are turning dependent on large multinational co
Bush Is Winning By Karen Nakamura
If Iran gave up its nuclear weapons years ago, the only near Middle East state with nuclear weapons is Israel. Why then isn't the United States ask
Sustainable Castles in the Sky: How to Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Save Money and Lose Weight. By Stephen Simac
This is no scam, even if it sounds suspiciously like one. When we're told that Greenhouse Gases (GG) are causing Global Warming (GW) we want to pre
California Needs to Act Now to Avoid a Water Crisis By Dr. Reese Halter, AlterNet
Lawmakers in Sacramento need to understand the role of water in California. An antiquated water system designed for 20 million inhabitants combined
Sutter Nurses Rebel-Patient Care Dangerous By Karen Nakamura
The relationship between Sutter Health and the California Nurses Association (CNA) is even more tenuous these days. Sutter has still not settled
California, 17 Other States Denied Clean Air Act Waiver To Cut Automobile Global Warming Pollution
(Washington DC - December 19, 2007). The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency stunned the nation today by denying California and 17 other states t
Cheney Repeatedly Met With Auto Execs Before White House Killed California's Emissions Law
Before EPA administrator Stephen L. Johnson "answered the pleas of industry executives" by announcing his "decision to deny California the right to
Fast Food And Ag Industry Giants Pretend to Be Healthy By Jacob Wheeler, In These Times
For three days early this fall, the Pennsylvania Convention Center was home to corporate entities such as PepsiCo, Hershey's, Taco Bell, Crisco and
COSCO BUSAN Allowed to Leave Port Following Posting of Multi-million Dollar Bond
The owners of the M/V COSCO BUSAN have posted a $79.5 million surety bond and will have the ship returned to Korea. The bond, posted with the U.S
Migden Announces Legislation Requiring Oil Spill Response Within 2 Hours
SACRAMENTO-State Senator Carole Migden (D-San Francisco/North Bay) has proposed legislation in response to last month's Cosco Busan oil spill in the S
Former Bush Speechwriter Hints at 9/11 Inside Job By Paul Joseph Watson
Global Research, April 13, 2007 A GOP insider, former Bush 41 speechwriter and close friend of the Bush family writes in his new book that before 9
New Report Describes Systematic White House Effort to Manipulate Climate Change Science By Steve Benen, The Carpetbagger Report
This post, written by Steve Benen, originally appeared on The Carpetbagger Report The evidence has been overwhelming for quite a while that, when
New Year's Resolution For Kids By Kids Two United Nations Delegates Say Healthy Ways Bring Green Days By Lauren Grieve And Danielle Scullon Baer
December 26, 2007- Marin County, California - As January 1 approaches, we think about goals for the New Year. Usually, not too far down on the lis
The Greatest Threat to New Hampshire and the Rest of America By Daniel Gilbert
Conservative Republican Presidential Candidate www.wethepeopleforpresident.com A husband and wife were getting up in years and were weary. Every d
The Cost Of Bush: $32 Trillion
The opinion of another shrill hysteric? Just David M. Walker, the Comptroller General of the United States and head of the GAO: In a speech toda
Big Coal's Dirty Plans for Our Energy Future By Antrim Caskey, AlterNet
Just as the American people and the world are beginning to recognize the necessity of shifting to renewable energies, Big Coal, in collusion with a
The Impending Destruction Of The U.S. Economy By Paul Craig Roberts
Hubris and arrogance are too ensconced in Washington for policymakers to be aware of the economic policy trap in which they have placed the U.S. ec
Marin General Hospital-More Recent History By Norman Carrigg
Karen Nakamura's comprehensive December overview warrants comment. The elected Marin Health Care District Board was responsible to the residents of
Looking For Host Families
ACADEMIC FOUNDATION FOR INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL EXCHANGE (AFICE) is looking for individuals to work as Community Representatives. Community Representat
Marin Arts Council Announces Open Studios 2008 & Artist Registration Deadline
SAN RAFAEL - DECEMBER 21, 2007 - The Marin Arts Council announces the 15th annual Marin Arts Council Open Studios, May 3 & 4 and 10 &11, 2008. Th
Marin Poet Laureate Program Announced
The Marin Arts Council, in partnership with the Marin Poetry Center and Marin Cultural Services Commission announces the creation of the position o
2008: So What's New? By Frank Scott
The horrible Iraq war continues, with official opposition meekly calling for a responsible redeployment of troops. That's like stopping crime by a
Homeland Security-Bush's Praetorian Guard By Edward W. Miller, MD
January 23, 2003 saw the establishment of the Department of Homeland Security, the most significant realignment of the U.S. government in the last
Moo Town News By Judy Borello
Starting the New Year Right As 2008 begins, I think it's important for people to understand that land use rights and agricultural sustainability g
Joe Sixpack Re-emerges In Bolinas By Dwayne Hunn
Over the last six years, Joe Sixpack's been MIA on the social scene. Being the "typically American American" praised by his leader, he claims he'
Litmus Test For Wannabe Presidents By Antonio R. Serna
There are currently seventeen presidential wannabes from our two major political parties who are trying to woo the American electorate into electin
Announcing the P.U.-litzer Prizes for 2007 By Jeff Cohen and Norman Solomon
Many journalists qualified for the sixteenth annual P.U.-litzer Prizes, but only a few were able to win recognition for turning in one of the truly
The Land Of The Free - But Free Speech Is A Rare Commodity By Henry Porter Observer
You can say what you like in the US, just as long as you don't ask awkward questions about America's role in the Middle East It used to be said
The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy by John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt By Charlotte Prozan
Reviewed by Charlotte Prozan, Stinson Beach. (In the interest of full disclosure I am Jewish, a Zionist, and horrified, ashamed and deeply hurt an
Letters To The Editor
Republicans Make Immigrants Terrorists The Church of the Mighty Dollar and the party of the wealthy have joined forces in Iowa to promote politics

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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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