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Art Rogers Family Album, June 6, 2013

06/06/2013
BOBBY NAVE OF “THE NAVE PATROLA,” 2ND PLACE WINNERS FOR ADULT DRILL, WITH THE CREW OF the FLOAT TITLED “THE RETURN TO FORBIDDEN PLANET MUSICAL,” 1ST PLACE WINNERS FOR ADULT MUSIC, AT THE 65TH ANNUAL WESTERN WEEKEND PARADE

Richard Gamble, 1930—2011

06/04/2013
Richard Gamble, a scrupulous Stinson Beach retiree who served on a number of regional nonprofit boards, died from a heart attack in his home on November 29, at the age of 81. He collapsed on the way to bed, said his friend and former priest, Father Jack O’Neill. “I think...

From farm to pharmacy: An ecological model for medicine

05/30/2013
Farmacology, Daphne Miller’s new book, is an ambitious attempt to weave together a holistic approach to food production and a similar, often overlapping approach to medicine. She is especially well qualified for the task. A highly trained physician, Dr. Miller decided to eschew a fulltime academic career for a general...

Art Rogers Family Album, May 30, 2013

05/30/2013
“Blast from the Past” Great Moments in West Marin History 20 YEARS AGO ON WESTERN WEEKEND JUNE 1993 — BOBBY NAVE OF THE NAVE PATROL AND THE FLYING SAUCER FROM GALLERY ROUTE ONE

Dillon Beach author teaches empathy for cats

05/28/2013
The three black cats foraging outside Tomales High School that Dr. Linda Elder noticed one afternoon three years ago did more than distract her from a game of tennis with her husband. They prompted a regional rescue effort. Ms. Elder, an educational psychologist and Dillon Beach resident, began trapping and...

Art Rogers Family Album, May 23, 2013

05/23/2013
COOPER JAMES PARNOW — BORN MAY 16, 2012 Son of Megan Rodoni and James Parnow and first grandchild of Judy and Dennis Rodoni of Olema and first grandson of Julie and Jim Parnow of Petaluma. Nephew of Aunt Libby of Olema and Uncle Matt and Uncle David of Petaluma. Great...

Festival of flowers with games

05/16/2013
Crossing this continent, then the Atlantic, by plane, I disembarked in Paris to take a speed rail to Bordeaux, on the coast of southwest France. From there a local train took me to Sainte Foy de la Grande, where I was met by a brown-robed monk and driven to Plum...

Latino photo project captures palates

05/09/2013
Juanita Romo, a participant in Gallery Route One’s Latino Photography Project for almost six years, has become more than just a proficient photographer: she’s developed a passion. Landscapes, sunsets, flowers, animals and “especially children” are often the focus of her viewfinder, as she noted while methodically scooping up balls of...

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