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MARCH CALENDAR
Fri. Feb. 29, 9-1, DIEGO'S UMBRELLA
Sat. March 1, 9-1 rockn' roll PINK SABETH
Sun. March. 2, 8-11, OPEN MIC with the PINKS
Mon. March. 3, 8-12, HipHop, Raggae, Spin
Wed. March 5, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. March 6, 8-12, NEW BAND SHOWCASE DJ SAM
Fri. March 7, 9-1, 5 Cent Coffee
Sat. March 8, 9-1, blue grass, BUXTER HOOTEN
Sun. March 9, 8-11, OPEN MIC w/the Djiin Players
Mon. March 10, 9-1, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. March 12. LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. March 13, 8-12, NEW BAND SHOWCASE STITCHCRAFT
Fri. March 14, 9-1, Latin rock, FREE PEOPLES
Sat. March 15, 9 -1, c, SNALEOIL SAVIORS
Sun.March 16, 8-11 OPEN MIC w/Djiin players
Mon. March 17, 9-12, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. March 19, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. March 20, 8-12, NEW BAND SHOWCASE BOONDAGGER
Fri. March 21, 9-1, honkeytonk, AXELROD
Sat. March 22, 9-1, French Gypsy Music D J I I N
Sun. March 23, 8-12, OPEN MIC w/Djiin Players
Mon. March 24, 9-12, HipHop, Reggae SPIN
Weds. March 26, 8-11 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur. March 27, NEW BAND SHOWCASE BOXCAR SAINTS/ CAR CRASH LANDER
Fri. March 28, 9-1, Latin, MUCHO AXE'
Sat. March 29, 9-1, TBA
Sun. March 30, 8-11 OPEN MIC w/Djiin players
March, 2008 Volume 33, Number 03

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ARTICLES:
The Media and The Palestine-Israeli Conflict By Karen Nakamura
March 16 is the Fifth Anniversary of Rachel Corrie's Death. In conflict, both sides develop propaganda machines that "spin" reams of truths, half-
Reducing Greenhouse Gases: It's The Military, Stupid! By Stephen Simac
Many people were suspicious when the CP promised readers they could Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Save Money and Lose Weight. You'd expect to pay a la
Feds Are Seizing Phones, Computers U.S. Agents Seize Travelers' Devices By Ellen Nakashima
Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, February 7, 2008; A01 Nabila Mango, a therapist and a U.S. citizen who has lived in the country since 1965,
The Great Betrayal By Patrick J. Buchanan
Offering more "straight talk" on the Sunday before the Florida primary, John McCain made an arresting prediction: "It's a tough war we're in. It's
Living with Coyotes By Karen Nakamura
This reporter is among those Marinites who have lost their kitty to hungry coyotes. These animals are so brazen they hunt within a hundred yards of
Bush Plans To Monitor Internet Data
According to the Wall Street Journal, the White House is proposing a six billion dollar secretive system that would monitor Internet traffic and co
"Unfortunately I Will Not Be Supporting Your Efforts To Make Marijuana Legal Alternative Medicine" By Jacqueline Patterson
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted on a resolution last week condemning the Drug Enforcement Administration for the threatening letters t
Calm Sun, Cold Earth By Alan Caruba
I can understand why people believe that global warming is real and that all the things Greens say are true. One cannot read a newspaper or magazin
State of Union Came With a Signing Statement Hoping Nobody Would Notice By David Swanson
On the day of the State of the Union, apparently hoping nobody would notice, President George W. Bush posted a statement on the White House website
China's Unquenchable Thirst By Sandra Postel, World Watch
In June 8, 1988, I boarded a midnight train bound for Zhengzhou from Beijing, where my trip to research China's land and water challenges had begun
Operation Desert Slaughter Thoughts on Holocaust Memorial Day By Felicity Arbuthnot
Global Research, January 28, 2008 It is seventeen years since America and Britain embarked on their "Final Solution" for the population of Iraq.
California Coastkeeper Alliance And Baykeeper Call For Better Oil Spill Preparedness And Response
Organizations Respond to Release of Phase I U.S. Coast Guard Review of Cosco Busan Oil Spill San Francisco, CA. The California Coastkeeper Alliance
Eating As If the Climate Mattered By Bruce Friedrich, AlterNet
Last month in our nation's capital, the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) held a climate change conference focused on solutio
NOAA Cautions Public to Avoid Seal Pups on California Beaches
NOAA'S Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary advises beachgoers against interacting with any seal pups they may find on the beach. Newbo
9/11 Widows Call For New Investigation BY Nick Juliano
The widows whose political activism was largely responsible for the establishment of a commission to investigate the September 11 attacks say a new
New Report Finds Hazardous, Aggressive Aquatic Species Wreaking Havoc in World's Oceans and Coasts
First Ever Global Maps Reveal Spread and Severity of Marine Invasive Species Arlington, VA Eighty-four percent of the world's coasts are being af
Got Kids in the Car? No More Smoking-It's the Law!
New law passed to protect kids from harmful risks of secondhand smoke California's new "Smoke-Free Cars with Minors" law took effect on January 1,
FBI Deputizes Private Contractors With Extraordinary Powers, Including 'Shoot to Kill' By Matthew Rothschild, The Progressive
Today, more than 23,000 representatives of private industry are working quietly with the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. The members o
Edwards' Withdrawal is America's Loss By Earl Ofari Hutchinson, New America Media
America just lost its best and brightest hope for real change when John Edwards gave up the presidential ghost. Edwards did something that Barack O
Veterans Not Entitled To Mental Health Care, U.S. Lawyers Argue BY Bob Egelko, Chronicle Staff Writer
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 Veterans have no legal right to specific types of medical care, the Bush administration argues in a lawsuit accusing the
Women & Girls Town Hall Meeting A Success By Kate Kain
Marin Women's Commission The first West Marin Women & Girls Town Hall Meeting, held in January, was a great success, with over 60 participants prov
Volunteer at SPAWN's Native Plant Nursery
Join the fun! All plants from Nursery will be used to help restore local watersheds. WHEN: Fridays 10 AM - 1 PM Please RSVP to Jenny, one of SPAWN's A
Inverness Garden Club Scholarships
The Inverness Garden Club Scholarship Fund (IGCSF) is currently accepting applications from coastal West Marin students for college scholarships fo
California's Central Valley Salmon in "Unprecedented Collapse" By South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL)
Yuba's Wild Salmon Runs No Less Severe Nevada City, CA January 31, 2008 - Yesterday's news headlines in the Sacramento Bee, San Francisco Chronicle
The Strangulation of Gaza By Saree Makdisi
The Nation The people of Gaza were able to enjoy a few days of freedom last month, after demolition charges brought down the iron wall separating t
Recreational Ocean Salmon Season Opened Feb. 16
Angling Permitted from Horse Mountain to Point Arena Anglers are reminded that the recreational ocean salmon season begins Feb. 16 between Horse Mo
Woolsey Mourns Loss Of Chairman Tom Lantos
Washington, DC - Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey (D-CA), a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, today issued the following statement following
Rule by Fear or Rule by Law? By Lewis Seiler, Dan Hamburg
12/02/08 "San Francisco Chronicle" OPEN FORUM-- 04/02/08 -- - Since 9/11, and seemingly without the notice of most Americans, the federal government
Moo Town News By Judy Borello
The prejudice against non-native species and the calamity over the massacre of fallow and axis deer in the Pt. Reyes National Park has disgusted an
Doublespeak Barack Obama And Continuing US Hypocrisy By Larry Pinkney
Black Commentator Editorial Board What better way to manipulate the masses of people than to propagate lies disguised as truth, and to say nothing
The Last Shoe Drops By Edward W. Miller, M.D.
They made a wasteland and called it 'peace.' -Tacitus When, on February 18th 2008, the tiny Balkan State of KOSOVO declared independence from Serbi
Where Are We Going? By Frank Scott
A garbage dump described as twice the size of the USA is floating in the Pacific Ocean, a creation of global capitalist production. Given the major
What Else is the Mainstream Media Lying About? By Matt Kjeldsen
November 22, 2006 The other night I had an extensive conversation with one of my best friends. This man is highly intelligent and moral. He is a wr
Letters to the Editor
Andronicos Drops Cigarettes At Markets I am writing to commend Andronico's CEO, Bill Andronico, for his leadership and courage in dropping tobacco

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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
OFFICE MANAGER: Janet Schin
ART DIRECTOR: Stacey Henderson
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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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