This Week in the Pacific Sun

This week in the Pacific Sun we’re offering readers our first round of endorsements in advance of Election Day on Nov. 6. We hope readers find the recommendations useful as you head to the polls. Stay tuned for round two next week! Elsewhere in this week’s paper, we report on an ongoing battle between animal-rights activists and regional chicken-egg processors that’s coming to a head, and we’ve got a short news item on the upcoming trial in Marin Superior Court that will provide some clarity on the eventual fate of the San Geronimo Golf Course. There’s lots of tasty tidbits to chew on in the dining pages, guest columnist Tokey McPuffups takes his medicine in the Nugget column—and off the cover, DNA pens a profile on the mighty Mother Hips, progenitors of the California Soul sound who’ve got a big show coming up this week at Sweetwater. All that and: More! —Tom Gogola, News and Features Editor

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