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Fri, Feb 6Bad Ass Chicken Bones
Sat, Feb 7Cole Tate Band
Sun, Feb 8Open Mic w/ Chris Brown
Wed, Feb 11Alex Obert Solo
Fri, Feb 13The Nutrinos
Sat, Feb 14Buddy Craig Band
Sun, Feb 15Open Mic W/Chris Brown
Wed, Feb 18Karaoke
Fri, Feb 20Avallon Rising
Sat, Feb 21Night Watchman Vaudville
Sun, Feb 22Open Mic W/Chris Brown
Wed, Feb 25Birthday Party W/Midnight on the Water
Fri, Feb 27Alex Obert & Eric McFadden
Sat, Feb 28Mojo Madness
Sun, Feb 29Open Mike
Wed, March 3Karaoke
Fri, March 5Audrey Alden & Buddy Craig
Sat, March 6Jimbo Trout & the Fish People
February, 2004 - Volume 29, Number 02

(415)868-1600 - (415)868-0502(fax) - P.O. Box 31, Bolinas, CA, 94924
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No Child's Behind Left By Greg Palast
  Go ahead, George, and lie to me. Lie to my dog. Lie to my sister. But don't you ever lie to my kids.
Marin Doctor For Disabled Facing Homelessness By Howard A. Thornton MD
Anyone who doesn't believe that the Federal Government selectively harasses some individuals didn't see the comedian Charles Brenner on the news last night
Guantanamo Victim Sues US And Pakistan By Leuren Moret
Mohammad Sagheer is the only Pakistani prisoner to return home from Camp Delta (formerly Camp X-ray), the US concentration camp at Guantanamo Bay, and one of the few direct witnesses to talk about this dark time in US history.
Widow Sues Bush For Answers In 911 Attacks
A New Hampshire woman who filed the first lawsuit against United Airlines relating to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks-and the first suit accusing President Bush of negligence beforehand-doesn't want money, just answers.
Letter From New York: - Irrational Anger By Jim Scanlon
A deep anger always fills me when I walk around Ground Zero. And then guilt at the anger and fear that the anger might be seen or sensed by others and misunderstood. I don't like it.
Steve Kinsey Wants Another Four Years By Don Deane
He was first seated as supervisor of the 4th District in 1997, heir to Marin's political legend Gary Giacomini who had previously served on the board for over 20 years.
Why's Rodoni Running For Supervisor? By Jeanette Pontacq
Why are you running for Supervisor of District 4? Because I see a number of important issues which are not being addressed by the present Supervisor.
A View of Three Candidates an insider's perspective By Elena Belsky
In many ways, Marin's 4th supervisorial district is the cornerstone of Marin's character. It covers 70% of Marin's land area
America's Missionary Nature By Karen Nakamura
"Beware of the Military-Industrial complex." Dwight D. Eisenhower.
These famous quotes ring true as we contemplate the slippery slope down which the country is being led. America needs to ask what makes neo-conservatives think they have the right to conquer rather than co-operate with the rest of the world.
Bush Hypes Job Programs But Slashes Phones
President Bush is visiting Ohio today to trumpet a $500 million job training/education proposal announced in his State of the Union address.
$150,000 To Support Striking Supermarket Workers
Supermarket workers in Northern California will contribute $150,000 in support of their striking and locked-out colleagues in the southern end of the state.
Recycle Your Cell Phone
Of the millions of cellphone users planning to port their old numbers to new carriers this year none will be able to take their existing cellphone along with them.
Jumping Ship At The EPA By Amanda Griscom, Grist Magazine
When John Suarez, the US EPA's top enforcement official, resigned on Monday to take a job at a Wal-Mart division, he assured his colleagues and President Bush that the EPA has "been able to provide more compliance assistance to industry than ever before."
New Grand Jury Members Sought

Fredrich Wants Your Vote For Judge
I am a long term Marin County resident with 30 years experience in all aspects of criminal and civil law asking that you vote for me in the March 4, 2004 election for Marin County Superior Court Judge.
Bush Changes His WMD Claims
Ignoring his previous definitive statements, President Bush this week sought to change the justification for the US invasion of Iraq.
Bush Tries To Mislead About Economy Twice In 24 Hours
Within a span of 24 hours, President Bush twice attempted to mislead the American people about the economy and his tax policies.
Gulf of the Farallones Advisory Council To Meet

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Two Films Questioning 911 To Be Shown
Over two years after the grim events of "911" many questions remain unanswered. Many verifiable facts are at odds with the version of events reported by the Bush administration
UNESCO Chief Deplores Killing Of Journalists
The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has condemned the killing of five journalists in recent weeks and deplored the fact that more reporters were killed in the line of duty in 2003 than in any year since 1995.
Capital Punishment By Frank Scott
The primitive American welfare state that followed the great depression of the 1930s, and was extended by the great society of the 1960s, served to thinly mask the worst aspects of uncontrolled capitalism.
The State Of Disunion By Edward W. Miller
Our President's "State of the Union" address to Congress on the 20th of January, left Republicans and many Americans disappointed, and provided the Democrats with plenty of ammunition for their on going campaign for the Whitehouse.
MOO TOWN NEWS - Overkill - By Judy Borello
Howdy you all! I received the following from my daughter Michele Hawley.
Think Globally, Listen Locally! By Jeanette Pontacq
Do you listen to Radio West Marin, aka KWMR 90.5 Point Reyes and 89.3 Bolinas?
The Color of Bush's Sky
It took a little less than a half hour for George W. Bush to taint the 215th State of the Union address with a bald-faced lie about Iraq.
Aging Boomers Losing Touch By Harry Holdorf
Life is a fractal experience. It's messy, not like the clear-cut vision of things we had as kids: good and bad, shadow and light.
For Telling The Truth By Norman Solomon
Few Americans have heard of Katharine Gun, a former British intelligence employee facing charges that she violated the Official Secrets Act.
Drug Warriors Try To Censor Their Opponents By Ted Galen Carpenter
Representative Ernest Istook (R-Okla.) has discovered a mortal threat to the republic. The threat is a display ad placed by a pro-drug legalization group, Change the Climate, Inc., on Washington DC's bus and subway system.
Sayings Of The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.
"If we assume that life is worth living and that man has a right to survive, then we must find an alternative to war."
Letters To The Editor

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