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Sat. July 4, 6-9 JOE & VICKI PRICE - 9-1, Hawiian S A G E
Sun. July 5, 8-11, OPEN MIC with DIANA
Mon. July 6, 8-12, rec. spin, reggae SUCKER FREE
Wed. July 8, 8-12, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. July 9, 8-11, Showcase: Mariee Sioux
Fri. July 10, 9-1, Americana/blues, 5 CENT COFFEE
Sat. July 11, 9-1, "junkyard cabaret" The Gomoran social Aid & Pleasure Club
Sun. July 12, 8-11, OPEN MIC New Moon Players
Mon. June 13, 8-12, rec. spin, reggae SUCKER FREE
Wed. July 15, 8-12, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. July 16, 8-12 New Band Showcase
Fri. July 17, 9-1, rec. spin, reggae SUCKER FREE
Sat. July 18, country, 9-1 WHORESHOES 2
Sun. July 19, 8-12, OPEN MIC New Moon Players
Mon. July 20, 8-12, spin, reggae SUCKER FREE
Wed. July 22, 8-12, LARRY'S KARAOKE
Thurs. July 23, 8-12, Showcase: John Staedler
Fri. July 24, 9-1, DUKE & THE BOYZ
Sat. July 25, 9-1, big band funk, HONEY DUST
Sun. July 26, 8-12 OPEN MIC New Moon Players
Mon. July 27, 8-12, spin, reggae SUCKER FREE
Thurs. July 30, 7-10, LADIE'S NIGHT Emma Lee
Fri. July 31, 9-1, jazz/funk, SNAKE PLISSKIN Quin.
Sat. Aug. 1 , 9-1, D G I I N
July, 2009 Volume 34, Number 07

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CIA Crucified Captive In Abu Ghraib Prison By Sherwood Ross
The Central Intelligence Agency crucified a prisoner in Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad, according to a report published in The New Yorker magazine.
Absurdity Is the Norm For the Gaza Strip By Stephanie Westbrook
Upon returning home from Gaza, a friend commented, "It must have been horrifying seeing all the destruction." And it was. The 22-day Israeli assaul
Israel Won't Be Aiding UN Gaza Investigation
Tel Aviv has voiced disdain over the United Nations' authority to look into Israel's three weeks of military onslaught through the Gaza Strip.
Must the U.S. Remain a Tool To Be Exploited by Other Nations? By Jeff Gates
June 24th, 2009: The election crisis in Iran began May 18th when President Obama granted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a White House pr
Shame: The 'Anti-War' Democrats Who Sold Out By Jeremy Scahill, AlterNet.
In a historic vote, only 30 of 256 Democrats stood against $100 billion for more war. In a vote that should go down in recent histories as a day
MoD admits use of controversial 'Enhanced Blast' Weapons In Afghanistan By Richard Norton-Taylor Guardian, UK
British pilots in Afghanistan are firing an increasing number of "enhanced blast" thermobaric weapons, designed to kill everyone in buildings they
Obama's War: Spinning Out of Control By Sandy LeonVest
Despite the revamped rhetoric and shinier spin, Obama's war in Pakistan and Afghanistan is just as destructive as that of his predecessor's in Iraq
The Truth Behind Depleted Uranium (DU) Contamination And Its Use By Peter Eyre
London, June 14, 2004 (Pal Telegraph) -There has been significant publicity about the use of Depleted Uranium (DU) munitions, its ability to trave
GMOs Are Going Go Create Famine And Hunger BY Sean McDonagh
National Catholic Reporter Publishing While the Pontifical Academy for Sciences discussed the pros of genetically modified organisms on Monday, Col
From Watchdog to Lapdog: An Insider's History of the EPA By Evaggelos Vallianatos, AlterNet
The EPA came into being in December 1970. President Richard Nixon created this new agency because of the massive failure of the government to prote
California's State Parks Pay For Themselves
Governor's Budget Proposal Includes Closing 220 State Parks Closing California's state parks would be an expensive move, according to researchers a
Mendocino County Approves Zip-tie Marijuana Fee By Michael O'Faolain
As is normal for governmental deliberations, it took two months longer than anticipated. But on Tuesday, June 23, 2009, the Mendocino County Board
Chief Justice Appoints Controversial Marin Court Executive Officer to Judicial Council Thumbs His Nose at Public's Court Corruption Concerns By Justice California
On June 4, 2009, the Judicial Council of California reported that the Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court, Ronald M. George, has appointe
Home Depot Throws Green Image Out the Window with Environmentally Destructive Project By Gary Hughes
AlterNet. The Home Depot's Annual Meeting in May saw protesters declaring "Dam The Home Depot, Save Patagonia's Rivers." The action is the latest
California Veterans Affairs Slashes Medical Care for Napa Valley Vets
UAPD Protests Physician Layoffs and Planned Unit Closure at Yountville Veterans' Home Staff and residents of the Yountville Veterans' Home, adminis
Governor's Budget Proposals Mirror Third World Structural Adjustment Policies
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's proposal to bridge the state's $24 billion budget deficit by shredding the state's social safety net th
Warming and Wildlife At Risk: Pacific Marine Life
Environmental Defense Fund America's Pacific coast is known for its beauty, surf, free-spirit culture and above all, its amazing wildlife. From orc
Senators, Representatives Act To Close Halliburton Loophole -Poisoning Drinking Water
New legislation would end Bush-era exemption for oil and gas industry, protect drinking water from drilling toxics (Washington, D.C., June 9) -
Israeli Police and Military Brutalize Peaceful Protesters at Netanyahu's Speech By Ann Wright
While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was making a major foreign policy speech at Tel Aviv University on June 14, 2009, Israeli police ou
Military Justice in Israel
Procedures often fail to meet international standards. Hundreds of Palestinians, including scores of children, were detained by Israeli forces in t
Medical Marijuana Patient Protection Act Introduced In Congress
WASHINGTON - June 12 - In another effort to change federal policy on medical marijuana, Congressional Representative Barney Frank (D-MA) introduced th
Judges Not For Sale: Elected Judges Must Step Aside When Bought
In a 5-4 decision yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled "that elected judges must step aside from cases when large campaign contributions from interes
Josh Churchman Named National Volunteer of the Year
Washington, DC-Josh Churchman, a commercial fisherman from Bolinas, California, was named national volunteer of the year by the National Marine San
Immigrants' Right To Counsel
AILF Applauds Attorney General Holder's Withdrawal of Bush Administration's No-Right-To-Counsel Decision June 3, 2009: Washington DC - The American Im
Eating Meat Is Not Natural By Kathy Freston, AlterNet
Going through the reader feedback on some of my recent articles, I noticed the frequently stated notion that eating meat was an essential step in h
USDA Commodity Foods are available free of charge to low-income individuals once each month. Income Guidelines: 1 person: $1354; 2 pe
FedEx, San Francisco Food Bank Deliver Food to Novato Families In Need This Summer
FedEx Corp. (NYS: FDX) is continuing its partnership with the San Francisco Food Bank to help families in need. As part of the Food Bank's Healthy Chi
The Devil's in the Retails By Frank Scott
-Paul Krugman Economists say the recession is getting better, was never all that bad, will end soon, or is already over. Yes, and the corpse are on
More Snake Oil In Obama's Medicine By Edward W. Miller, MD
Back in August 2007, Michael Moore's documentary, "SICKO" playing at local theatres, proved to be an excellent sales pitch for a "single-Payer" hea
Moo Town News BY Judy Borello
Coach Fred Rodoni July 12, 1917 - June 1, 2009 This story starts in Butte, Montana where Fred was born to his parents, Julius and Adelina Rodoni, who
Letters To The Editor
Urgent Notice To Protect Whales The Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary San Francisco office has just received several reports of sea
"I Think California Has Lost Its Way...." By Michael O'Faolain
On May 22 giving what was the most accurate descriptive statement by any government official about California's economy, U.S. Education Secretary A
Continue the Heroic Legacy of Struggle for Rights, Dignity & Liberation
Philippine Independence Day Celebration Statement June 7, 2009, New York City: On this anniversary of the nominal independence of the Philippines,
Ten Steps To Close Down an Open Society By Naomi Wolf
Last autumn, there was a military coup in Thailand. The leaders of the coup took a number of steps, rather systematically, as if they had a shopping l

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