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Thurs. Sept. 4, 8-11 SAM DJ Spin
Fri., Sept. 5, 9-1 Hiphop, reggae, spin SUCKER FREE FRIDAY
Sat. Sept. 6, 9-1, STEPHANIE KEY BAND
Sun. Sept. 7, 8-11, OPEN MIC w/ THE PINKS
Mon. Sept. 8, 9-12, Hiphop, reggae, SUCKER FREE FRIDAY
Wed. Sept. 10, 8-12 LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. Sept. 11, 8-11 JUST FRIENDS
Fri. Sept. 12, 9-1, rock ADAM TRAUM BAND
Sat. Sept. 13, 9-1 country BURNING EMBERS
Sun. Sept. 14, 8-11, OPEN MIC Dgiin Players
Mon. Sept. 15, 8-12, Hiphop, reggae, spin SUCKER FREE FRIDAY
Wed. Sept. 17, 8-11, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Fri. Sept. 19, 9-1, TAYLOR BROOKS BAND
Sat. Sept. 20. 18, 9-1, JIMBO TROUT & THE FISH PEOPLE
Sun. Sept. 21, 8-11, OPEN MIC /Dgiin Players
Mon. Sept. 22, 8-12,Hiphop, reggae, SUCKER FREE FRIDAY
Wed. Sept. 24, 7:30-9:30 MIDNIGHT ON THE WATER
Thurs. Sept. 25 EMMA LEE & Special Guests
Fri. Sept. 26, 9-1, OPEN FOR A GREAT BAND
Sat. Sept. 27, MAD MAGGIES
Sun. Sept. 28, 8-12 OPEN MIC w/Dgiin Players
Mon. Sept. 29, Hiphop, reggae, SUCKER FREE FRIDAY
September, 2008 Volume 33, Number 09

(415)868-1600 - (415)868-0502(fax) - P.O. Box 31, Bolinas, CA, 94924
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Massive US Naval Armada To Blockade Iran
Aug. 8, 2008-Operation Brimstone ended only one week ago. This was the joint US/UK/French naval war games in the Atlantic Ocean preparing for a naval
Gaza Under Siege Is "An atrocity, a crime, an abomination"-Jimmy Carter By Stephen Lendman
After Hamas' January 25, 2006 electoral victory, Israel targeted Gaza oppressively. All outside aid was cut off. Sanctions and an economic embargo
Walls Between Us: Parallels Between The Warsaw Ghetto And Gaza By Karen Nakamura
Recently, the CP has come under attack by pro-Israel writers, as is their right. But others have the same right to be heard. The heart of the matte
The High Cost Of Cheap Oil By Sandy LeonVest
The days when the US could kill, drill and consume its way out of crisis have ended. That new reality is made clear by the current conflict between R
Food Crisis in Mexico: A US Policy Disaster That Bodes Increased Immigration By Robert M. Saper
Worldwide, people are suffering the effects of skyrocketing food prices. Mexico - where over half the population are poor - is part of this global
All the Propaganda That's Fit to Print: The New York Times, Again, Tells It Like It Ain't By Sean M. Madden
15/08/08 "iNoodle" --- The New York Times' top story Thursday morning -- entitled "Bush, Sending Aid, Demands That Moscow Withdraw" -- leads with
The Decline Of Bees Won't Just Affect Honey Production; By Alison Benjamin
'Bees Are As Important As The Sun And Rain In Making Crops Grow' Britain's honeybees have suffered catastrophic losses this year according to the f
Walls We Must Tear Down By Karen Nakamura
Recently, the CP has come under attack by pro-Israel writers, as is their right. But others have the same right to be heard. The heart of the matte
A Quiet Coup: Cheney-Bush's Steps To Martial Law By Ed Ciaccio
A BUZZFLASH READER CONTRIBUTION If U.S. corporate media were not complicit in the Quiet Coup staged by Neoconservatives of BOTH major political par
Where's Al Gore When We Need Him? By Brent Budowsky, Consortium News
Anyone can champion the Earth when it's easy, yet too many remain silent when it's hard. The forces behind oil are taking charge in the great en
Jimmy Carter Conspicuously Absent From Podium By Brett Lieberman and Nathan Guttman
28/08/08 "The Forward" -- - Denver - Former president Jimmy Carter's controversial views on Israel cost him a place on the podium at the Democrati
Consumer Pressure Is Driving Monsanto's Bovine Growth Hormone Off The Market By Jane Akre
Monsanto Dairy Hormone Division For Sale Amid Consumer Concerns Injury Board, August 6, 2008 Straight to the Source WEB EDITOR'S NOTE: Consumer
New Study Shows Beaches Are A Key Driver Of U.S. Economy
Healthy beaches mean a healthy tourist economy for this country, but the lack of investment in both our coastal infrastructure and international ma
German Coalition Sues Bayer Over Pesticide Honey Bee Deaths
Environmental News Service (ENS) FREIBURG, Germany - The German organization Coalition against Bayer Dangers today brought legal action against Werner
Long-Term Funding Shortfalls Will Jeopardize State Parks
SACRAMENTO, CA - The California State Parks Foundation (CSPF) was joined by advocates and policymakers to testify before a joint legislative hearing r
How Washington's Right-Wing Wrecking Crew Robbed Us Blind By Thomas Frank,
Washington is the city where the scandals happen. Every American knows this, but we also believe, if only vaguely, that the really monumental scand
Abusive Factory Farming Initiative By Mark Hawthorne
Among the propositions Californians will decide on in November's general election, including public transportation, crime and healthcare, there is
Pentagon Whistle Blower Anthony Russo Dies
Whistleblower on Government Secrets Helped End Vietnam War Anthony Russo, whose March 1971 leak of secret government archives exposed how successi
Bird Rescue Group Overwhelmed With Ailing Pelicans
Newly Completed State-Of-The-Art Enclosures Ensures Successful Rehab For six weeks in June and July, International Bird Rescue Research Center (IBR
California Alcohol Problems Drain $38 Billion Annually
More than 9,000 lives lost each year, many more suffering Los Angeles, CA (July 23, 2008) --- Marin Institute, the alcohol industry watchdog, held
Chinese Medicine Offers Solutions During Healthy Aging Month
As Healthy Aging Month approaches this September, we become reminded of how difficult it can be to maintain health as our bodies age. Though aging
Food & Water Watch Expands Campaign to Take Back the Tap in California
San Francisco, CA. Today six more restaurants in California will demonstrate their commitment to protecting the environment as they join Take Back t
"Paper or Paper? Pt. Reyes Farmers Market Goes Plastic Bag Free"
POINT REYES STATION, CA: On Saturday, August 9th, the Point Reyes Farmers Market will start offering its vendors and shoppers an alternative to packa
"Songwriter To The Legends"
Grammy-Winning West Marin Songwriter Taylor Brooks Releases 'Shine!' Her Debut CD of Original Rock-Country Songs Bolinas, CA, August 14, 2008-Ray Char
At JFK Airport, Denying Basic Rights Is Just Another Day at the Office By Emily Feder, AlterNet
I arrived at JFK Airport two weeks ago after a short vacation to Syria and presented my American passport for re-entry to the United States. After
Veterans Tsunami is coming... By Dwayne Hunn
Dedicated individuals in the nonprofit sector have programs that our government should provide to our troubled vets that will produce fewer wounded
Something is Killing Our Bats
White-nose syndrome (WNS) in bats was first documented in New York in the winter of 2006-7 and has now been found in at least 26 hibernacula (caves
Bush's Bureaucratic Dark Arts: Why the Federal Register Is the Most Important Publication in America Right Now By Matthew Rothschild, The Progressive
Bush has vowed to sprint through the final five months of his Administration, and you better believe him. Because he is pulling all the bureaucr
When The Fire Comes By Karen Nakamura
The fire season is upon us. And, while most Marinites remove the underbrush around their homes, the State warns us that firefighters may be forced
Legislature Approves Bill to Expand CA Wilderness
(SACRAMENTO, CA) The State Legislature passed legislation authored by Assemblymember Noreen Evans (D-Santa Rosa) that could prompt the designation
America: Zionist Colony By Frank Scott
Petra's addresses a problem rarely discussed, except in whispers; unquestioned support for Israel. He mentions congress, but the executive has also
Georgia, Georgia, No Peace I Find By Edward W. Miller, MD
Georgia, a small country in the Balkans, shares borders with Russia on her north, Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan on her south and a small shoreline
Moo Town News By Judy Borello
The Inevitable Hello Mr. Death. How do you do? Is it my time? Am I overdue? I've seen you with your smiling face, beckoning me to an unknown pla
Appeal Letter To Jump Start Youth Program
Dear Community Members of West Marin, We are writing to call for your assistance in offering our young people with more local options for growth an
Failing to Protect: Three Actions Our Leaders Must Take in Order to Save America's Crumbling Infrastructure By Barry B. LePatner
Miles of Midwest land under 10 feet of water, a major bridge collapsing to the ground, a flood-ravaged New Orleans-these are all images we won't so
Mr. Bush, Enough!! By Lisa KARPOVA
14/08/08 "Pravda" -So you have the colossal audacity, Mr. Bush, to "warn" Russia to pull back? As the wanton, perverse war criminal under whose wat
Palestine Exists, Folks! By Yousef Salem
The language of the 1947 UN Resolution that wrongfully divided Palestine is the only legitimacy of Jews claiming more than fifty-percent of that la
Letters To The Editor
Alexander Solzhenitsyn Alexander Solzhenitsyn was an epochal writer and very interesting man. He was a Russian nationalist with no love for Stalin

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