This Week in the Pacific Sun

This week in the Pacific Sun we’ve got a cover story from the great Jonah Raskin about Jewish pot grower and dealer Yarrow Kubrin’s jailhouse redemption. It’s a great read. Arts Editor Charlie Swanson interviews protean Americana songsmith Walter Salas-Humara, who’s playing the Lagunitas Tap Room and Smiley’s this week. News and Features Editor Tom Gogola gets the Marin read on the controversy over SB 10, the new state law which seeks to reform the state’s money-bail system. Richard von Busack blows up the film pages with a piece on the classic nuclear freak-out film, The Atomic Cafe. And Harry Duke celebrates some local theater-award winners, in the Stage pages. Flora Tvasopsky rolls with the folks behind a new roving food truck loaded down with veggies and headed to the nearest senior center. And, Editor Stett Holbrook bids adieu from the Pacific Sun as he moves on to new and exciting challenges.  —Tom Gogola, News and Features Editor

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