It is the time of year in Northern California when the weather changes and the damp chill comes in with the dark. It is the yin time, when everything goes down and in, a time for getting cozy, or maybe for ennui and longing—in Chinese medicine, the lungs and grief are associated with autumn. It is also the time . . .

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