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|2018-03-28Mar 28, 2018
Community wealth building begins with loyalty to geographic place. If globalization is the hallmark of today’s mainstream economy, re-localization is the hallmark of the alternative…
|2018-03-16Mar 16, 2018
The Commission on Human Rights plans to hold public meetings ineach of Sonoma County’s five districts throughout the year. The goal is to increase visibility and awareness of the commission, build bridges with existing organizations, and provide a platform for the public to access information and participate in discussions on issues that are of interest to communities.
|2018-02-28Feb 28, 2018
The less the reigning president does about climate change, the more we have to do to attempt to wrestle this bull to the ground.
|2018-02-16Feb 16, 2018
Though many of us were taken by surprise by the fires last fall, if the plants that live at Pepperwood could talk I bet they would say they were not that surprised. In fact, I bet they would say they were prepared. Our local vegetation has evolved a number of clever ways to regenerate after fire.
|2018-01-21Jan 21, 2018
‘The Dining Room’ by A.R. Gurney interweaves eighteen vignettes of family life—a daughter standing up for her independence, children prattling about politics with innocent enthusiasm, and a son struggling to accept his father’s passing. Shifting scenes overlap and flow in a collection of short stories, rather than a linear plot. The actors step into a wide range of personalities and ages; directorJoey Hoeber keeps the characters clear-cut, avoiding confusion and delayed transitions by relying on the cast, rather than elaborate set or costume adjustments.
|2017-12-29Dec 29, 2017
Nothing could have been more appropriate than the celebration of Las Posadas December 20 sponsored by the Sonoma Valley Action Coalition, which has undertaken to support immigrants as the threat of deportation hangs over their heads.
|2017-11-22Nov 22, 2017
“We attach to the landscape,” said Robert Macy at a November 9 event, titled“Emerging Stronger Together,” held at Altimira School. “Our memories are attached to the land.”
|2017-11-06Nov 6, 2017
Community meetings are planned this month to receive input on a stormwater resources plan for the Petaluma River and Sonoma Creek watersheds that will identify projects that utilize stormwater from heavy rainfall for beneficial uses, such as flood protection, recharge of groundwater, slowing erosion from hillsides, and improving water quality in creeks and streams.
|2017-02-03Feb 3, 2017
It’s exhilarating to see the photos of crowds at the second annual Women’s March all over the country, dotted with pink pussy hats and bearing strong womanly statements addressing the so many issues we are facing today. Thousands upon thousands of women stepping up to share their truth, and It’s About Time!
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