Jim Fox's
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Fri. Feb. 2, 9-1,Rock PETER ASMUS BAND
Sun. Feb. 4, 8-11 OPEN MIC with THE PINKS
Mon. Feb. 5, 9-12, HipHop SPIN
Wed. Feb. 7, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thur.Feb. 8, 8-12 singalong with DOUG
Fri. Jan. 9, 9-1, funk rock THE FLUX
Sat. Feb. 10, 9-1 Emory's Birthday record spin with DJ REBS
Sun. Feb. 11, 8-11, OPEN MIC
Mon. Feb. 12, 8-12, HipHop SPIN
Wed. Feb. 14, 8-11, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Feb. 15, 8-12 country guitar TOSHIO HIRANO
Fri. 16, 9-1, rock-funk JEB BRADY BAND
Sat. Feb.. 17, 9-1, country BUCKAROO BONET
Sun. Feb. 18, 8-11, OPEN MIC
Mon. Feb. 19, 8-12, HipHop SPIN
Wed. Feb. 21, 7:30-9:30 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Feb. 22, 8-12 singalong with DOUG
Fri. Feb. 23, 9-1, bluegrass SKITTLE SYMPHONY
Sat. Feb. 24, country COWLICKS
Sun. Feb. 25, OPEN MIC with BUDDY CRAIG
Mon. Feb. 26, HipHop SPIN
Wed. Feb. 28, Monthly Birthday w/Irish Folk MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER
Thurs. Feb. 22, 8-12 singalong with DOUG
Fri. Mar. 2, 9-1, Rock'n Roll, ADAM TRAUM BAND
Sat. March. 3, 9-1 country BILLY BOYS
February, 2007 Volume 31, Number 02

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Casual Carpool Now By Jim Fox
Since Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit was voted down in November, we need to look beyond our ineffective public transit system. Now there is talk of
West Marin Briefs
SAN GERONIMO VALLEY The Marin Community Food Bank distributes food to seven locations in Marin, two of which are in West Marin: Point Reyes Statio
Farmer's Opportunities In Climate Change By David Adams
Environmental Reporter Guardian/London George Naylor's farm occupies 470 acres of some of the richest agricultural land in the world, alluvial loam
Israel's War Influence Is Backfiring By Karen Nakamura
Many Americans, sympathetic with Israel and anxious over it's minority status in the Middle East are increasingly concerned about the growing insta
US Military Strike On Iran Seen By April '07 Sea-launched Attack To Hit Oil, N-sites By Ahmed Al-Jarallah
Editor-in-Chief, the Arab Times 01/14/07 "Arab Times" -- - KUWAIT CITY: Washington will launch a military strike on Iran before April 2007, say sou
The Real Story: 07 Levee Breach By Jeanette Pontacq
Assistant Editor Two levees near Point Reyes Station, CA were breeched via 12 foot-wide swathes by a National Park Service caterpillar on the after
"The Importance of Being Bristol Bay" By Marie Siegentaler
On the ninth day of this year 2007, President Bush lifted an eighteen-year ban on oil drilling in Bristol Bay. The ban was set up in 1989 in respo
Private Party at Judge Lynn Duryee's House
Dear Judge Duryee: I am a practicing attorney and member of the Marin County Bar Association ("MCBA"). I am writing to ask whether information I ha
Homeless In The Dead Of Winter By Valerie D Nixon
Each deep breath I took was painful, burning my lungs with the bitter cold. I would breath shallow, panting like an animal just to exhale into my b
Surge in Carbon Levels Raises Fears of Runaway Warming By David Adam
Environment correspondent The Guardian Carbon dioxide is accumulating in the atmosphere much faster than scientists expected, raising fears that hu
Iraq's Death Squads
Washington Post, December 4, OF ALL THE bloodshed in Iraq, none may be more disturbing than the campaign of torture and murder being conducted by
New Law Could Subject Civilians to Military Trial By Griff Witte
Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, January 15, 2007; A01 Private contractors and other civilians serving with US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan c
Why do We Need a National Conference for Media Reform? By David Swanson
Here's why. Bush just connected Iraq to 9-11 again, and the media will not tell you it was a lie. Bush just gave a list of reasons why this time hi
KWMR Presents The 6th Annual, Award Winning Evening Sweethearts of the Radio By Adrienne Pfeiffer
A very special Valentines tradition of acoustic Americana duets will take place on Friday, February 9 at the Dance Palace in Point Reyes Station. T
Marin Community Clinic and Legal Aid Join forces For Children and Families By Submission
San Rafael, California - The Marin Community Clinic and Legal Aid of Marin have formed the Marin Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP). This collaboratio
The Terabyte Telephone By Michael Hart
By now you've all heard of the Apple iPhone, where RAM is an extra hundred dollars for an extra 4 gigabytes. It would take 250 of those incremen
Who Is Planning Our Next War? By Patrick J. Buchanan
{This article by Pat Buchanan was written before Bush's (State of the Nation) speech. The critical "bipartisan" response to that speech and the int
Hard Times For Journalists
Newspapers, reporters and free speech itself had a very bad year in 2006. Not just in West Marin. Worldwide, the number of journalists killed reac
West Marin: A Local Living Economy By Steve Costa
In 2001, my longtime dream of owning a community-serving business was realized when, without any retail or bookselling experience, I purchased the
Iraq: America's Colonial Angst By Edward W. Miller, M.D.
Cindy Sheehan Nov. 12, 2006 With the November transfer of the balance of power in both House and Senate to the Democrats, and with growing public
Two Presidents By Frank Scott
President George Bush, Jan. 10, 2007 So our great leader assured us all would go well in Iraq once we increased the number of our troops and no lo
Moo Town News Those Were the Days, My Friend... By Judy Borello
Hearing that song conjures up a lot of past experiences which will never happen again. One of my fondest memories is that of "Manka's Inn" which wa
Skeptics Journal Handshakes and Hindsight By Jeanette Pontacq
The January 25 meeting at the Point Reyes National Seashore's Red Barn, which was advertised as an informational meeting regarding the results of t
Connecting The Dots By Larry Kelley
Life And Death -President Theodore Roosevelt Death comes only once. But, as Ben Franklin said, "It lasts for such a long time." I don't remember
Mad Apples By E.J. Pearcy
Whoa Nelly !! You had to have been at the town meeting about the question of whether there is a problem with drugs here in Bolinas to believe what
The Plotnik Thickens: Coastal Post Surges Troops Into West Marin By Stephen Simac
It seems like nearly everyone, even the old owner, wanted to strangle the brash newcomer to West Marin. For all their progressive reputation west M
Is the USA the Center of the World? By Norman Solomon
Some things don't seem to change. Five years after I wrote this column in the form of a news dispatch, it seems more relevant than ever: WASHING
Uh ... Uh ... Uh By Harry Holdorf
I'm finally acknowledging (at 60), there's parts of my brain which don't work right. I'm left handed. While in grade school, I decided to write num
Why Does America Support Israel? By Lawrence DiStasi
For many years now, and increasingly these days, this has been the question of questions. Israel, a nation that routinely violates United Nations r
Letters To The Editor
Suicide Barrier Not Optional Why isn't there a suicide barrier on the golden gate bridge? How many gazillion dollars did it take to erect that

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