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Thur, March 4Mike Pasad-Americana roots
Fri, March 5Audrey Auld & Buddy Craig
Sat, March 6Jimbo Trout & The Fish People
Sun, March 7Open Mike
Wed, March 10Karaoke
Fri, March 12Buddy Craig
Sat, March 13Center Divide
Sun, March 14Open Mic
Wed, March 17Karaoke
Fri, March 19Rusty Evans-Ring of Fire
Sat, March 20Junk Yard Buddhas
Sun, March 21Open Mic
Wed, March 24Karaoke
Fri, March 26Buddy & Bohdi
Sat, March 27The Latrells
Sun, March 28Open Mike
Wed, March 31Birthday Party W/Midnight on the Water

Fri, April 2Boom Shanka
Sat, April 3Mojo Madness
Sun, April 4Buddy Craig
March, 2004 - Volume 29, Number 03

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Remaking America In Wal-mart's Image Safeway, Krogers & Albertsons'? Don't Shop There! By the Black CoMMentator
  The only competition that exists among the corporate players at the commanding heights of the American economy, is the race to determine who can squeeze the workers first, and hardest.
America's Empire Of Bases By Chalmers Johnson
As distinct from other peoples, most Americans do not recognize-or do not want to recognize-that the United States dominates the world through its military power. Due to government secrecy, our citizens are often ignorant of the fact that our garrisons encircle the planet.
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
Election Picks By Don Deane
The Coastal Post doesn't always make election picks or have consensus on its election picks when it does, but ultimately, after a process of garnering, gathering, listening, and arguing, the publisher picks 'em.
Marin AIDS Commission Dissolved By Karen Nakamura
The Marin AIDS Commission is no more. It presented its letter of dissolution to the Marin Board of Supervisors on March 2. Its last full meeting was held January 22.
Infinite Money, Infinite Debt! By Jim Scanlon
Every day we see headlines about huge sums of money in million or billion dollar terms, such as: "President asks congress for $87 billion for Iraq," "Bush Plans $17 Billion to the Moon,"
You Should Worry About Vaccine Safety By Carol Sterritt
Why do some parents and researchers now question vaccine safety? Are their fears reasonable or mass-induced hypnosis?
Global Warming? The Ice Age Cometh By Thom Hartmann,
While global warming is being officially ignored by the political arm of the Bush administration, and Al Gore's recent conference on the topic
Bolinas Land Trust Offer To Buy Bolinas Garage Accepted
The Bolinas Community Land Trust's (BCLT) offer to buy the Bolinas Garage has been accepted by owner Vali Mortezaie. There are still hoops to jump through and funding to secure
The Triple Crown of Campaigners- Money, Liberty, Low Taxes By Stephen Simac
It's campaign season in the US of A. Presidential candidates of every party are promising to re-create the American Dream from sea to shining sea and across the fruited plains.
Harlem Physicians Help Rescue Workers Escape the Toxic Legacy of 9/11
New York, NY-As New Yorkers struggle with recent revelations that federal officials downplayed the dangers of the air at the World Trade Center
"Pa, There's Pig Vaccine In My Corn Bread!" By Jim Scanlon
Nature Biotechnology, one of the most prominent and prestigious scientific journal in the world has accused a number of biotechnology companies or provoking a suicidal tussle with environmental opponents
Washington Conceals US Casualties in Iraq By David Walsh
The Bush administration is deliberately concealing from the American people the number and condition of US military personnel who have been wounded in Iraq.
Forum On Children In San Rafael
On Thursday February 26, at the San Rafael Corporate Center from 2:30 to 5:00, the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services and Marin Advocates for Children will present a forum entitled, "The More We Know The More They Grow".
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Vote Kucinich: Impeach Bush By Frank Scott
"We were almost all wrong..." -David Kay, CIA Weapons Inspector
Almost? Well, they did spell "Iraq" correctly. The lunacy of this administration is matched by the blundering of our unintelligence services.
Living In A Time Warp By Edward W. Miller M.D.
President Bush's Washington gang: Cheney and his Oil crew, the Zionist crowd of Wolfowitz, Perle, Leith, Abromowitz et al, plus Pat Robertson with his Religious Right, all seem to be living in a time warp, trapped, in their colonial dreams.
MOO TOWN NEWS I'm Back As In E.T. By Judy Borello
After not hearing or reading anything about the E.A.H. project (low cost housing) in Point Reyes Station, I deliriously thought it went by the wayside
Skeptic's Journal By Jeanette Pontacq
I am not a parent. But I believe in the core value of public education in the United States and further believe that any semblance of our republic and democratic principles depend upon it.
Our Military Is Fighting For Corporate Profites By John Kaminski
Do you remember how many US soldiers died in the first Gulf War? On television at the time, they told you it was around 64. Later, as news agencies recalculated the total from a variety of sources, it became 146.
Making the Blooms Desert By Jessica McCallin
Many people wonder why Israel won't give back the occupied territories in return for peace. One reason is that more than half of Israel's water supplies now come from the Mountain Aquifer and Jordan river basin
The Deadly Lies of Reliable Sources By Norman Solomon
Ninety-five days before the invasion of Iraq began, I sat in the ornate Baghdad office of the deputy prime minister as he talked about the UN weapons inspectors in his country. "They are doing their jobs freely, without any interruption,"
"Operation Guardians" Prompts Better Care for Elderly and Dependent Adults By California Attorney General Bill Lockyer
In April 2000 I established Operation Guardians as a pre-emptive, pro-active program to prevent abuse and neglect of the elderly and dependent adults
Letters To The Editor

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