.This Week in the Pacific Sun: July 4-10

In our cover story this week, Tom Gogola breaks down a big class action lawsuit filed by PG&E shareholders against the utility for its purported role in last year’s devastating fires. Look for more legal actions like this in the months to come. We also shine a light on Corte Madera and Larkspur with a pair of stories on Book Passage and the new Outside Voices store. Charlie Swanson profiles Grateful Dead fan-turned-Grateful Dead-inspired musician Scott Guberman. And Tanya Henry reports from the Summer Fancy Foods show in New York and the representation of Marin County products there. Read on.


  1. Another Superb front cover with the image of various sized gavels coming down promising us justice. The headline fits the visual PERFECTLY, as is not uncommon from the Bohemian/Pacific sun ‘not your average’ newspaper. Joel Taylor


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