Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides 7-22-21 show netcasts 6 PM at : Belated Detailed Description of the FLASHBACKS from earlier Community TV Show Club Cruz featuring Kevin Clark, Richard Quigley, Linda Lemaster, Steve Argue, Kate Wells

The show went out 7-22 at 6 PM on the net at

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FLASHBACKS ON THE 7-22-21 SHOW:  Audios of four Club Cruz shows.
Club Cruz was a weekly Community TV show that ran for more than a decade highlighting controversial local issues and people, produced and often hosted by Becky Johnson from 1996
Club Cruz #138  “City Eviction of a Business” Becky Johnson interviews downtown used auto dealer Kevin Clark (who later ran unsuccessfully for City Council) 11-15-

Club Cruz #139  “Take Me to a Magistrate” Robert Norse interviews helmet libertarian and police corruption fighter Richard Quigley (who ran unsuccessfully for sheriff and successfully ousted former sheriff  Mark Tracy in 2002) 11-15-00Club

Cruz #141  “Homeless Issues Task Force [HITF]”  Robert Norse interviews advocate and sometime activist “Lighthouse” Linda Lemaster, Chair of the former HITF on its failings and City Council shenangans 12-6-00

Club Cruz #89  “Free Speech and Targeted Harassment of an Outspoken Activist” “Nutcracker” Nick Whitehead and CHP editor Elizabeth Halley interview attorney “Catnip” Kate Wells and activist Steve Argue on SCPD Garner’s use of violence, selective enforcement, and false imprisonment to punish a critic.
Upcoming SC Homeless Union Camp Meet-Up 5 PM Friday July 23rd at the Benches between the County Building & Benchland Survival Encampment Community

Friday July 23, 2021, 11am-1pm Community Clean-Up
meet in San Lorenzo Park, near the picnic tables behind the Courthouse
Team starting points: Felker St. footbridge, Soquel St. underpass, Water St. underpass, Laurel St. underpass.

Dress in layers and wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes, prepare for sun/heat, BYO water bottle, garden gloves, and trash picker/rake/shovel if you have them. We will have supplies available: water and snacks, disposable and reusable gloves, masks, hand sanitizer, some tools, sharps and used battery containers, and lots of garbage bags Participants who are not residents of the riverbanks are requested to sign up in advance and expected to follow a community code of conduct ( Coordinated by Benchlands Camp Council, Sanitation for the People, Food not Bombs, SC Homeless Union Supported by DSA Santa Cruz, Westside Cares, H.U.F.F.