Jay Unidos 
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Re: “Gilman's Woes, Continued

Actually that comment is completely misleading. The changes to the bylaws took place after a vote at a monthly membership, and had to get a 2/3 majority of the vote in order for any changes to be made. It actually had more than the 2/3 majority of votes needed. Attempted amendments made by the group represented in the above comment were voted down by a margin of 17 to 3. 924 Gilman has never been an actual non-profit in it's 23+ history, and it's never operated as a collective. Fact. Another fact is that the club hasn't changed at all in how it operates from day to day based on what amounts to a word and a couple of sentences being changed in the bylaws. The power structure at Gilman is the volunteer staff that contribute to the club, and that's about it. From booking and promoting shows to pushing a broom for one night a month to dropping off handbills at record store. Everyone who contributes has the same vote and power.

Posted by Jay Unidos on 05/12/2010 at 11:54 AM

Re: “Time Warp Attack: Zero Boys and Black Fork at 924 Gilman

Black Fork played Gilman in 2006 actually, and just so you all aren't as out of touch as the East Bay Express generally is - in regards to Gilman at least - there is another Zero Boys show on Saturday with the STITCHES and BODIES. Two nights in a row! Yay. Thanks for the write up though. It's appreciated. (Jay Unidos, Gilman Booker)

Posted by Jay Unidos on 02/18/2009 at 10:23 AM

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