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Compiled, Designed and Edited by Brian Edge
San Francisco: Maximum Rock N Roll, 2004
Pages: 420
Dimensions: 8 3/4" x 6"
Cover: soft
Binding: perfect bound
Process: offset
Edition size: unknown
ISBN: 0-9755680-0-0

A hefty book and a classic account of a great underground music and cultural space in Berkeley, California! Temporary Services includes this title in our Self-Reliance Library. Here's what we say about it in the guide to that resource:

924 Gilman is an “All Ages DIY, Volunteer Run, Not-For-Profit, Music & Art Community Space Since 1986” in Berkeley, California. Its policies prohibit racism, sexism, homophobia, drugs, alcohol, and violence. This book has contributions from many Gilman volunteers and chronicles the space’s history and the challenges they’ve encountered along the way. A full list of all of the concerts and events that happened in the space up to the date of publication is included. Meeting notes and financial records help give a concrete sense of all that goes into starting and maintaining a space like Gilman.

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