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Fri. Jan. 6, 9-1 Rockn' Soul TRACORUM
Sat. Jan. 7, 9-1 blue grass BOTTOM DWELLERS
Sun. Jan. 8, 8-11, OPEN MIC
Mon. Jan. 9 DJ SPIN
Fri. Jan. 13, 11, 9-1, acoustic rock ABAJO
Sat. Jan. 14, 9-1, AUDREY AULD MEZARA
Sun. Jan. 15, 8-11, OPEN MIC
Mon. Jan. 16, 8-12 DJ SPIN
Fri. Jan. 20, 9-1 BUDDY CRAIG
Sat. Jan. 21, 9-1, jazz TOM FINCH GROUP
Sun. Jan. 22, 8-11, OPEN MIC with Chris Brown
Mon. Jan. 23, DJ SPIN
Wed. Jan. 25, 7:30-9:30 Irish Folk Jan Birthday with MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER
Fri. Jan. 27, 9-1, latin jazz OTRA
Sat. Jan. 28, 9-1 MONOPHONICS
Sun. Jan. 29, 8-11, OPEN MIC with Chris Brown
Mon. Jan 30, DJ SPIN
January, 2006 Volume 31, Number 01

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Marin's MERA System Nearly Complete; Health Concerns Overruled By Karen Nakamura
The glaring deficit that raised its ugly head after Hurricane Katrina was the inability for police, firefighters and governments to communicate wit
Feed The War And The Rich On Backs of Poor By Senator John Conyers, Jr.
On December 8, 2005, the Republican Leadership in the House of Representatives presented a new, modified federal budget for 2006 and beyond. The Pr
Depleted Uranium: Dirty Bombs, Dirty Missiles, Dirty Bullets A Death Sentence Here and Abroad By Leuren Moret
At an April press conference, a group of New York Army National Guard vets raised their hands when asked if they have health problems. The soldier
Depleted Uranium Testing For Returning US Servicemen
Radioactive depleted uranium (DU) is 1.7 times as heavy as lead. According to the Federation of American Scientists, "These solid metal projectiles
National Lawyers Guild Condemns President's Domestic Spying; Violates Fourth Amendment By Heidi Boghosian, Executive Director
New York. The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) announced today that it condemns the domestic electronic surveillance program revealed recently by Presi
How Long Will Rouge President Remain In Office? Bush Oks Spying On American Citizens By David G. Savage
The Los Angeles Times Saturday 17 December 2005 Civil libertarians say the latest revelations add to their frustration with the Bush administration
The Big Chill This Winter By Marianne Lavelle
US News Falling gasoline prices make it easy to believe the nation has seen the last of the energy woes that swept in behind this year's Gulf Coast
Tsuname Source Area Now A Dead Zone By John von Radowitz in London
A "DEAD zone" devoid of life has been discovered at the epicentre of last year's tsunami four kilometres beneath the surface of the Indian Ocean.
Whale Watching Cruise Jan.21
San Francisco - December 23, 2005. On Saturday, January 21, the Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association will conduct a day-cruise into the Gulf of
Marin's Cooling Love Affair With SUVs By Marie Shegenthaler
In a place as wealthy as Marin it is no secret that we tend to compromise our liberal tendencies for luxuries that are less-than healthy. Indeed, o
Getting Veteran's Benefits Can Take Five Years
Washington, DC - Last Month, at a full Veterans' Committee oversight hearing on claims processing at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Chair
Record Amazon Drought, and Fear of Wider Ills By Larry Rohter
MANAQUIRI, Brazil - The Amazon River basin, the world's largest rain forest, is grappling with a devastating drought that in some areas is the wors
States Say No To "Just Say To To Sex Dough" By Brian H. Kehrl Maine has stepped out of the collection line of states getting federal money to help subsidize sex education, joining California and
Communities Coming Together to Explore Environmental Links to Breast Cancer
Marin Breast Cancer Watch, Kaiser Permanente of Northern California and the University of California San Francisco invite the community to particip
Environmental Workshop Begins Jan. 28
Applications are now being accepted for the 2006 Workshop Series offered by Environmental Forum of Marin. The Workshop Series has been developed to
Hard Evidence of US Torturing Prisoners To Death Ignored by Corporate Media By Peter Phillips Military autopsy reports provide indisputable proof that detainees are being tortured to death while in US military custody. Yet t
Death Mask: The Deliberate Disintegration of Iraq By Chris Floyd
December 1, 2005: Moscow Times The recent revelations about the virulent spread of death squads ravaging Iraq have only confirmed for many people t
Oracle Independent Study-Why Does This School Work For Many Students? By Cede Ramjerdi
Oracle is the school that I am currently attending. This is the only program that I have been successful in. There are many students who have found
$1,000 REWARD
Reward For Information Leading to the Arrest and Conviction of those responsible for stealing the instruments and equipment from the band Bowle. This
Methane in the Arctic and its Role in Global Climate Change By Barbara Travis and Dr. Natalia Shakhova in coordination
with principal investigator, Dr. Igor Semiletov It is estimated that northern ecosystems have accumulated 25-33% of the world's soil carbon. In a
Sacred Terror: The Global Death Squad of George W. Bush By Chris Floyd
The much-belated, poll-prompted outcry of a few American elected officials against the widespread use of torture by the Bush Administration - follo
China hiding bird-flu cases: expert in Beijing has the 'virus in every corner of the country,' Hong Kong virologist says By Geoffery York
Friday, December 9, 2005 Posted at 4:58 AM EST From Friday's Globe and Mail Hong Kong - Despite growing pressure for openness, Chinese official
EPA To Allow Pesticide Testing On Orphaned And Mentally Handicapped Children
Friday, December 02, 2005 Public comments are now being accepted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on its newly proposed federal regula
Greenpeace Fingers Japanese "Experimental" Whale Killing
Greenpeace witnesses the killing of whales in the Southern Ocean by ships of the Japanese whaling fleet. Banner on the Nisshun Maru factory ship
Japanese Warship En Route to Defend Whalers?
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society has received a tip from a reliable source in Japan, that Japan has dispatched a warship to the Southern Ocean fo
Capital's Punishment By Frank Scott
We begin the year with war, its death and financial tolls soaring, and whispers of Democratic disagreement rising to a crescendo of murmurs. When o
Pox Americana*
Playwright Harold Pinter's Nobel acceptance speech 7 Dec., 2005 As we face the New Year, best we take a good look backwards so as not to repeat
Moo Town News No Free Papers At The Palace By Judy Borello
And it came to pass in those days (about three months ago) that a decree went forth from the Palace Market that all free press newspapers such as t
Skeptic's Journal Throwing Rocks In West Marin By Jeanette Pontacq
The open area to the south side of the Giacomini Dairy in Point Reyes Station, which offers access to Papermill Creek, is a favorite walk for local
Connecting The Dots By Larry Kelley
--Hitler's Reischmarshall Herman Goering After resigning to avoid impeachment, Former Worst President Richard M. Nixon, told interviewer David F
San Andreas, It's N.ot M.y Fault: Affordable Housing In Marin By Stephen Simac
It'd been a while since I'd last seen Harry Pothead, the forgetful wizard. I wasn't unhappy about such a long separation, but was plenty glad to se
Bush on the Constitution: 'It's Just a Goddamned Piece of Paper' By Doug Thompson
Last month, Republican Congressional leaders filed into the Oval Office to meet with President George W. Bush and talk about renewing the controver
This I Believe By Michael J. Vandeman
(Inspired by Reading People Like Dave Foreman, Edward Abbey, E. O. Wilson, Lynn Margulis, and Paul Ehrlich) I believe that other species are just
When I was called for Federal Court Jury Duty By Charles L. Smith, bibliographer
I went on the appointed date to the Federal Building in San Francisco. It was a simple case, until the judge started asking prospective juror ques
Letters To The Editor
After Hurricane Katrina, Isn't It Time We Start Listening To Mother Nature's Warnings? This past hurricane season is galvanizing concerned America

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