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Fri. Aug. 1, 9-1 HONEYDUST
Sun. Aug. 3, 8-11 OPEN MIC with The PINKS
Mon. Aug. 4, 9-12 HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. Aug. 6, 8-11 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thu. Aug. 7, 8-12, SAM'S DJ SET
Fri. Aug 8, 9-1, rockn' roll JEB BRADY BAND
Sat. Aug. 9, 9-1, rockn' SWAMP THANG
Sun. Aug. 10, 8-11, OPEN MIC w/ Djiin Players
Mon. Aug 11, 9-1, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Thu. Aug. 14, 8-12, CITAY
Fri. Aug. 15, 9-1, rockn' blues LOTUS RUSH
Sat. Aug. 16, 9 -1, cumbia salsa TERRORITMO
Sun. Aug. 17, 8-11 OPEN MIC w/ Djiin players
Mon. Aug. 18, 9-1, HipHop Reggae SPIN
Wed. Aug. 20, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thu. Aug. 21, 8-12, THIS OLD EARTHQUAKE
Fri. Aug. 22, 9-1, TAYLOR BROOKS BAND
Sat. Aug. 23, 9-1, SPARK & CINDER
Sun. Aug. 24, 8-11 OPEN MIC w/Djiin players
Mon. Aug. 25, 9-12, HipHop, Reggae SPIN
Wed. Aug. 27, 8-12 8-11 Irish Folk, MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER BIRTHDAY BASH
Thur. Aug. 28, 8-12, DEAREST
Fri. Aug. 29, 9-1, LABOR DAY BAND
Sat. Aug. 30, 9 -1, DJIIN
Sun. Aug. 31, 8-11 Hawaiian SAGE
August, 2008 Volume 33, Number 08

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New War Brewing: US, Israel Take Dangerous Steps By Eric Margolis
The Toronto Sun GENEVA - The U.S., Israel and Iran are playing a very dangerous game of chicken that soon could result in a new Mideast war. U.S
VA Ban on Voter Registration Drives for Injured Vets Becomes National Fight By Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet
The Department of Veterans Affairs, which oversees medical care for injured veterans, is locked in a growing dispute with 19 secretaries of state -
July 28, 2008, HOUSTON CHRONICLE EPA To EPA Employees: Don't Talk To Congressional Investigators, Media By DINA CAPPIELLO
Associated Press WASHINGTON - The Environmental Protection Agency is telling its pollution enforcement officials not to talk with congressional invest
Affordable Rental Housing Squeeze Getting Worse In Marin By Karen Nakamura
Saturday July 19th, the Tenant's Voice Council met near the Marin Civic Center for their regular monthly meeting. Coordinated by respected local activ
California's Redwood Coast is Burning-August Update By Michael O'Faolain
Article Last Updated: 07/20/2008 Usually laid-back folks in California's Redwood Coast are worried. Usually the fire season starts in August or Se
Disabled Timber Heiress Fights for Inheritance By Terri Alvillar
In a 20-year struggle to uphold the terms of her father's will, Donna Richardson Robbins is waging a single-handed battle to obtain her share of th
Iraq: Israeli jets using US bases, Says Ministry Source
AKI-News: Iran has test fired long and medium-range missiles this week during military maneuvers in the Persian Gulf, amid speculation of a possibl
WHO Report: Sewage in Water Threatens Gazans By Mel Frykberg
The health of Gaza's 1.5 million people is at risk,'' Mahmoud Daher, from the UN World Health Organization (WHO) told IPS following a report released
Lightning Strikes: Get Used to Catastrophic Wildfires And Worse By Scott Thill, AlterNet
It still is. In late June, an ahead-of-schedule dry lightning event sparked more than 8,000 strikes across California, setting off over 800 fires,
Al Gore Throws Down the Gauntlet For Energy Independence In 10 Years By Seth Colter Walls, Huffington Post
Just after taking the stage at Daughters of the American Revolution Hall in Washington, D.C. Thursday, former Vice President Al Gore thanked a pack
Manuka Honey Kills Resistant Superbug Bacteria that Antibiotics Can't By David Gutierrez
According to biochemist Peter Molan, who has researched natural antibiotics including honey for 25 years, manuka honey is effective at killing even
Steal Globally, Cause Suffering Locally By Karen Nakamura
Americans are getting squeezed, yet, again, still. While oil companies and the military-industrial complex gorge on obscene profits, that giant suc
Climate Convergences Promise Civil Disobedience Across Three Continents
Action begins with massive human blockade of coal trains in Australia On July 13th, over a thousand peacefully halted all rail transit of coal in N
None Dare Call It Genocide By John Maxwell(BAR)
It may come as a surprise to many more Europeans than to American white people that a great many intelligent and sophisticated people of African an
South African Small Farmers Pushed to Plant GM Seed By Kristin Palitza
DURBAN, South Africa - Baphethile Mntambo has been farming organically for the past five years because she knows that avoiding chemicals will in th
Sand-Impounding Dams May Endanger California Beaches
The popular, picturesque beaches of California may not be so sandy in the future. Dozens of coastal dams in California are cutting the supply of
U.S. Perpetuates Mass Killings In Iraq By Peter Phillips
The United States is directly responsible for over one million Iraqi deaths since the invasion five and half years ago. In a January 2008 report,
Exploding The Myths About Money By Ellen Brown, JD
Our money system is not what we have been led to believe. The creation of money has been "privatized," or taken over by a private money cartel. Exc
Forest Guild Trains Youth Crews To Reduce Fire Risk
SANTA FE, N.M.-For more than two decades the Forest Guild has supported community-based forestry, forest restoration, and youth education and devel
How Long Does Drug Prohibition Need to Continue Before It's Declared a Failure? By David Borden, Drug War Chronicle
How long does an experiment need to continue before it's declared a failure? For alcohol prohibition, our US version, it was about 13 years. Bet
Dr. Francis Parnell Announces for Healthcare Board
Dr. Frank Parnell of Ross, a Marin Ear, Nose & Throat surgeon, and 28-year member of the Marin General Hospital staff, has announced his candidacy
Marin County Fair Threatens Group's First Amendment Rights
Grassroots organization prevented from giving information about major fair sponsor PG&E; impotent "Green" programs. San Rafael, CA- The Fourth of J
New Marin Community Water Conservation Initiative
The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN), with funding from the Marin Community Foundation, has launched its Stormwater Catchment & Water
A Blatant Act of War The Zionist Power Configuration in America By James Petras
House Resolution 362 received unanimous support from all the Presidents of the Major American Jewish Organizations including the 7,000 deleg
The Huffington Post Rove Leaves as a Failure
In the end, Karl Rove was wrong. Dramatically wrong. Running to the base worked in the short term, but might have killed the Republican Party in th
Ten States Activate "Substance Abuse" Screening And Intervention For Prevention And Treatment By Dr. Bertha K. Madras,
Deputy Director for Demand Reduction in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), announced that ten States have activated new s
"Something Big is Happening" By Rep. Ron Paul, M.D.
16/07/08 "ICH" -- - Madam Speaker, I have, for the past 35 years, expressed my grave concern for the future of America. The course we have taken o
Obama and the Progressive Base By Norman Solomon
A reasonably evenhanded biography of Barack Obama, published last year, describes him as "an exceptionally gifted politician who, throughout his li
Perverse Priorities By Frank Scott
-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson If you had the silly notion that our first priority might be the stability of our environment, or people losing
Doing Unto Others The Wall Street Way By Edward W. Miller, MD
The present economic slowdown, which Bush and his Wall Street financial advisors deny is: "not a Depression." didn't sprout over night like a mush
Local Courage Can Move Nation By Craig Slater
First published in the Marin IJ 07/11/08 THE MILL VALLEY City Council's "focus on local matters" barely hides its misunderstanding of democracy and
After The Heller Case, What Next? By Fielding Lewis Greaves
Former NRA Director The U.S. Supreme Court last month announced its landmark Second Amendment ruling in District of Columbia v. Heller, declaring u
AP's Problem Is Not What It Thinks It Is By David Swanson
There's been a lot of public discussion of late of the Associated Press's Washington Bureau Chief Ron Fournier's changes in style rules. Out with "
Agriculture... How to Really Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Lose Weight and Save Money: The Fall of Western Civilization By Stephen Simac
Agriculture is the basis of what we think of as civilization- crowded urban complexes with sprawling hinterlands where the food is grown. No civil
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