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Jul 16, 2024

Stone Zone: Sculptor Jael LaFemina

Jael LaFemina uses sculpture and stonework to bring the vastness of nature into focus so we can immerse ourselves in it. A master stonemason and gardener, he likens both his professional work and sculpting to choreography. My opinion? I just think he rocks. What do you do? I sculpt stone...
Free Will Astrology: Week of July 10
Jul 9, 2024

Free Will Astrology: Week of July 10

ARIES (March 21-April 19): I trust your intuition has been guiding you to slow down and disappear from the...
Jul 9, 2024

Reinventing Retirement: Gymboree founder Joan Barnes

Joan Barnes founded Gymboree in 1976 with only $3,000 and grew it into one of the world’s most recognizable...
Jul 2, 2024

Eco Art: San Anselmo’s Linda Klein

I first met Linda Klein at her home studio when she invited me to look at some of her...
Jul 2, 2024

Your Letters, July 3

Cold Shower Apropos of your excellent “Climactic Climate” piece by Alastair Bland (June 12, 2024), I have my own hack...
Free Will Astrology: Week of July 3
Jul 2, 2024

Free Will Astrology: Week of July 3

ARIES (March 21-April 19): The “nirvana fallacy” is the belief that because something is less than utterly perfect, it...
Jun 25, 2024

Book By Book: Anne Lamott

I read Anne Lamott’s Bird By Bird right after graduating from college, which changed my views on writing and...
Jun 25, 2024

Your Letters, June 26

Say It, Don’t Spray It Bravo John Brogan’s demand to abolish graffiti. It defaces property and is disgusting to look...
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