Nov 9, 2022

Check This Out

Sonoma County Library champions inclusivity By Marcia Singer, MSW  Our Sonoma County Library (SCL) is my go-to for entertainment, edification, upliftment: international films for armchair travel, favorite TV shows to revisit, books spurring spiritual growth.  And in the wake of culture war assaults on school curriculums—laws suppressing race, sex and gender education—I’ve...
Jul 13, 2022

Strategists Need to Rethink Policy

A number of nuclear strategy experts have agreed that the only sensible response to China’s alarming new buildup of...
Jul 13, 2022

Water Concerns in Marin City

Following up on the article “Don’t Drink the Water,” residents concerned by the quality of drinking water in our...
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Mar 2, 2022

Letter to the Editor

Tone Deaf ‘50 Up’ We picked up the new copy of 50 Up. I guess this is supposed to be...
Mar 2, 2022

Hands Together — Living on a Prayer

“Spiritual but not religious” is a cliche in common parlance, which means people parrot the phrase but are usually...
Feb 9, 2022

The Viruses They Are A-Changin’

A poem  By J.F. You people who gather in big angry mobs Go back to your homes, go back to your jobs The...
Jan 18, 2022

Open Mic: Sonoma County Fails to Support Homeless During Freeze Emergency

On the morning of Tuesday, Dec. 28, Homeless Action! sent an advisory to the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors,...
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Jan 5, 2022

Directions Home—An unsheltered New Year’s Greeting

Love comes first: We need unity, forgiveness and peace to find a loving solution.  We understand we all need understanding,...
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