Claire Peaslee

Two Sundays ago was a good day in greater West Marin. On the walkway outside the Dance Palace Community Center, a couple dozen souls, aged 15 to 75, gathered to rededicate the giant carved bench that commemorates the life of Jonathan Rowe.  Jonathan was a visionary spokesperson for the value of the commons. The bench—a tree sculpture . . .

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