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NOVEMBER CALENDAR
Sat. Nov. 1, 9-1 French Gypsy Band DGIIN
Sun. Nov. 2, 9-1 OPEN MIC w/PINKS
Mon. Nov. 3, 9-12, reggaerecord spin SUCKER FREE
Wed. Nov. 5, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Nov. 6, 8-11 SAM DJ SET
Fri. Nov. 7, 9-1, rock JONATHAN KORTY & FRIENDS
Sat. Nov. 8, 9-1 country THE COWLICKS
Sun. Nov. 9, 8-11, OPEN MIC Dgiin Players
Mon. Nov. 10, 8-12, reggae SUCKER FREE
Wed. Nov. 12, 8-11, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Nov. 13, 8-12 TREVOR KINSEL GROUP
Fri. Nov. 14, 9-1, QUEST THEORY
Sat. Nov. 15, 9-1, western swing, POTS & PANS
Sun. Nov. 16, 8-11, OPEN MIC Dgiin Players
Mon. Nov. 17, 8-12, reggae record spin SUCKER FREE
Wed. Nov. 19, 8-12, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Nov. 20, 8-11, THE MUSHROOMS
Fri. Nov. 21, 9-1, reggae, record spin, reggae SUCKER FREE FRIDAY
Sat. Nov. 22, country rock. S A G E
Sun. Nov.23, 8-12 OPEN MIC w/Dgiin Players
Mon. Nov. 24, reggae, record spin SUCKER FREE
Wed. Nov. 26, 7:30-9:30 MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER/birthday party Also on Nov. 26, BUXTER HOOTEN
Fri. Nov.28, JENNY KERR BAND
Sat. Nov. 29 STEFANIE KEYES w/Rich Spindell & Duke & the Boyz
Sun. Nov. 30, 8-11, OPEN MIC Dgiin Players
November, 2008 Volume 33, Number 11

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ARTICLES:
In A Major Reversal, Democrats Shelve Iran Blockade Resolution By Maya Schenwar, t r u t h o u t
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Banking Chairman Barney Frank, after realizing that H. Con Res.362 could lead to war with Iran, Frank - a cospons
Coastal Post May Not Print
The Coastal Post may cease its print edition, but continue the online publication depending on monthly advertising revenues, subscriptions and dona
GOP Strategy -"Block the Vote" Will the GOP's campaign to deter new voters and discard Democratic ballots determine the next president? By Robert F. Kennedy Jr. & Greg Palast
These days, the old west rail hub of Las Vegas, New Mexico, is little more than a dusty economic dead zone amid a boneyard of bare mesas. In nation
From The Sunday Times Warning Signs Of An Israeli Strike On Iran By David Owen
Some key decision makers in Israel fear that unless they attack Iranian nuclear enrichment facilities in the next few months, while George W Bush i
Finally, the Story of the Whistleblower Who Tried to Prevent the Iraq War By Norman Solomon
Of course Katharine Gun was free to have a conscience, as long as it didn't interfere with her work at a British intelligence agency. To the author
Bush Vows To Maintain Embargo on "Dungeon" Cuba By David Alexander
Oct. 10, 2008: U.S. President George W. Bush on Friday called Cuba a "dungeon" and vowed Washington would not lift its economic embargo until Havan
Californians Have Highest Levels of Toxic Flame Retardants, Study Claims Bolinas & Richmond Cited By Marla Cone, Environmental Health News
Californians have the world's highest levels of toxic flame-retardants in their homes and in their bodies, according to new scientific findings pub
Homeland Security Assuming Broad Powers, Turning Vast Swaths of U.S. into "Constitution-Free Zone" BY Daily Kos. ACLU
You're driving along a remote, dusty road, when suddenly you come upon a border patrol checkpoint. There, agents demand to see your identity papers
California Flea Terence F. Colyer Emerges From Under The CASA Rock In Washington State By Virginia McCullough
Dateline: 10/20/08 (c) 2008 The insect known as a flea passes through a life cycle consisting of egg, larva, pupa and adult. The adult flea cannot
Just One Day In Gaza
Sat, Oct 11, 2008 Irish Times The economy has been paralyzed, there are severe shortages of consumer goods, electricity is sporadic, water supplies
Censored News Stories In US Highlighted by Academic Research Group By Peter Phillips
Media Accountability Day, October 1, is the annual release of the news stories that were not covered by the corporate-mainstream media in the US. T
The Sky is Falling on Mexico, Too By JOHN ROSS
Oct. 11, 20089: "Counterpunch" -- - Mexico City. -- Fury at the billionaire bail-out of the criminal class that has driven Wall Street into a disas
Criminal Intent
A top Israeli army commander boasts of coming war crimes On the weekend of September 27th, a high-ranking Israeli army commander proudly boasted of
From The Sunday Times Father, Forgive Me, I Will Not Fight For Your Israel BY Igal Sarna
Omer Goldman, daughter of a former Mossad chief, tells why she prefers jail to the military draft Omer Goldman is a pretty girl, slender as a mod
Thousands of Troops Are Deployed on U.S. Streets Ready to Carry Out "Crowd Control" Members of Congress were told they could face martial law if they didn't pass the bailout bill. This will not be the last time. By Naomi Wolf
8/10/08 "AlterNet" -- Background: the First Brigade of the Third Infantry Division, three to four thousand soldiers, has been deployed in the Unite
Perino Confirms White House Won't Extend Jobless Benefits, Says People Should Just Find A Job
During a White House press briefing yesterday, Press Secretary Dana Perino suggested that the Bush administration would oppose any effort to exten
Scottish Activist films Israeli Navy Shooting At Gaza Fishermen Claims of 14 Deaths In Previous Incidents By Billy Briggs
A SCOTTISH human rights activist has filmed the Israeli navy firing machine guns at unarmed Palestinian fishing boats in the Mediterranean Sea off
Project Censored Releases Top Censored Stories for 2007-08
9/24/08 Sonoma State University, California: Project Censored announces the release of the annual yearbook Censored 2009 from Seven Stories Press
Legal Scholar on Bush: `A Nut Job In The Oval Office` By Sherwood Ross
It may take 25 or 50 years, but it is almost certain that one day this character will be exhibit number one for the danger of having a nut job in t
Frank Breaks Taboo on Military Spending By David Swanson
When a Congress member steps forward and courageously articulates a forbidden truth that is absolutely necessary for our survival and well being (a
See Spawning Coho Salmon On A Naturalist Led Creekwalk
Naturalists for explorations along Lagunitas and San Geronimo Creeks in Marin County to look for spawning coho salmon and other protected streamsi
UN adopts 17th resolution urging end to U.S. embargo on Cuba
The resolution, entitled ``Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States of America against Cuba,
Change? Yeah, Right By Frank Scott
- New York economist Nouriel Roubini - French Prime Minister Fran¨ois Fillon -George Bush And those are supporters of capitalism. Here's what on
McCarthyism In Marin-Jewish Supporters Of Israel Attack Free Speech By Dr. Edward W. Miller
Freedom of speech and an unfettered media are required underpinnings for a true democracy, however distortion of the news by our compliant media p
Moo Town News By Judy Borello
Being despondent, depressed and angry for the past month over the state of our country's economy and general malaise, and because November is the m
Systems Shifts: How to Really Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Lose Weight and Save Money. By Stephen Simac
Since this series was exclusive to the now out of print Coastal Post, it's time to wrap it up. If you've been paying attention then we've offered
Dear Conservatives, Will You Help Save the Republic from Military Takeover? By Naomi Wolf, AlterNet
Dear Conservative America: I am reaching out with a warning to you that is as heartfelt as the one I have been bringing my fellow citizens for mont
Getting Real About Palin By Josh Marshall
I've noticed some people who should know better claiming that bringing up Gov. Palin's troopergate scandal is tantamount to making a victim of or d
Media Criticism of Hate Speech Long Overdue By David Swanson
I get the impression that a great many people are upset by all the news about McCain-Palin supporters who believe Obama is an Arab, a Muslim, a te
Fleeting Freedom: The Indecent Assault on Broadcasters By Don Watkins
The fleeting expletive case before the Supreme Court is about more than broadcasters' ability to air dirty words--it's about whether "community s
Letters To The Editor
Against Trains? Are you against trains in Marin since you stopped all attempts? Freight trains day and night: Ridiculous. After a few months, at

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