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41 Wharf Road., Bolinas, CA
(415) 868-1311

Wed. Nov. 1, 8-12, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. 2, 9-1 VARIETY
Fri. Nov. 3, 9-1, POOL STICKS
Sat. Nov. 4, 9, 9-1, GOOD MEDICINE
Sun. Nov. 5, 8-11, OPEN MIC with THE PINKS
Mon. Nov. 6 , 8-12, DJ SPIN
Wed. Nov. 8, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Fri. Nov. 10, 9-1, rock A B A J O
Sat. Nov. 11, 9-1 French gypsy music D G I I N
Sun. Nov. 12, 8-11, OPEN MIC w/ BUDDY CRAIG
Mon. Nov. 13, 8-12, DJ SPIN
Wed. Nov. 15, 8-11, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Nov., 16, 8-12, VARIETY
Fri. Nov. 17, 9-1, reggae ANCIENT MYSTIC
Sat. Nov. 18, 9-1, big band fund MONOPHONICS
Sun. Nov. 19, 8-11, OPEN MIC w/ BUDDY CRAIG
Mon. Nov. 20, 8-12, DJ SPIN
Wed. Nov. 22, 7:30-9:30 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Fri. Nov. 24, 9-1, Haiwain S A G E
Sat. Nov. 25, V I N Y L
Mon. Nov. 27, DJ SPIN
Wed. Nov. 29,Monthly Birthday w/ Irish Folk MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER
November, 2006 Volume 31, Number 11

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