Norman Solomon writes the syndicated column Media Beat with Jeff Cohen of FAIR and hosts the radio program Making Contact. He co-wrote Killing Our Own: The Disaster of America's Experience with Atomic Radiation, 1945-1982 (this is a huge file containing the entire text of the book), Unreliable Sources: A Guide to Detecting Bias In Media, Adventures In Medialand.

Behind the scenes and down the rabbit hole of American politics circa 1995 -- Norman Solomon's one-man multi-layered show about "best and brightest" baby- boomers and the murkier subtexts of the Clinton era. A no-holds- barred encounter with sub rosa realities from Washington to San Francisco -- introspective and polemical, personal and political. Everyone in attendance will receive a free copy of Norman Solomon's book False Hope: The Politics of Illusion in the Clinton Era.

At: The Marsh 8:30 p.m.
    1062 Valencia (near 22nd St.) in San Francisco
    [Attended parking on 21st St. between Valencia and Mission]

For reservations, call: (415) 641-0235

Thursdays: $8
Fridays and Saturdays: $12

April 13-15, 1995 -- Benefit nights for Food Not Bombs, with special appearances by Keith McHenry on Friday and Saturday night to mark Good Friday (April 14) plus the convergence of Passover and Tax Day (April 15).

April 20-22 -- Benefit nights for the National Radio Project and its nationwide "Making Contact" program, produced in the Bay Area and heard on 50 public radio stations across North America.

April 27-29 -- Benefit nights for the Bay Area local of the National Writers Union.

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