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In our recent groundbreaking roundup of Oktoberfest activities, an egregious error was committed; to wit, the absence of the Highland Dellâ€™s Oct. 17 and Oct. 25 festivities. Theyâ€™re lousy with blossoms of snow over there, featuring the Original Edelweiss Trio Oct. 17 and Tony Raymannâ€™s Edelweiss Band on the 25th. Sausages, beerâ€”the worksâ€”theyâ€™d be glad to see your smiling self.
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Project Censored features the stories the mainstream media missed Edited by Rebecca Bowe
very year since 1976, Sonoma State Universityâ€™s Project Censored has spotlighted the 25 most significant news stories that were largely ignored or misrepresented by the mainstream press. Now the group is expanding its missionâ€” to promote alternative news sources. But it continues to report the biggest national and international stories that the major media ignored. Here are their top 10 underreported stories of 2008â€“â€™09.
1. Congress Sells Out The total tab for the Wall Street bailout, including money spent and promised by the U.S. government, works out to an estimated $42,000 for every man, woman and child,
according to American Casino, a documentary film about sub-prime lending and the financial meltdown. But another twist in the story has received scant attention from the mainstream news media: the unsettling combination of lax oversight from national politicians with high-dollar campaign contributions from financial players. In the 10-year period beginning in 1998, the financial sector spent $1.7 billion on federal campaign contributions, and another $3.4 billion on lobbyists. Since 2001, eight of the most troubled firms have donated $64.2 million to congressional candidates, presidential candidates, and the Republican and Democratic parties. Wall Streetâ€™s spending spree on political contributions coincided with a weakening of federal banking regulations, which in turn created a recipe for the astronomical financial disaster that sent the global economy reeling.
Sources: â€˜Lax Oversight? Maybe $64 Million to DC Pols Explains It,â€™ Greg Gordon, Truthout.org and McClatchey Newspapers, Oct. 2, 2008; â€˜Congressmen Hear from TARP Recipients Who Funded Their Campaigns,â€™ Lindsay Renick Mayer, Capitol Eye, Feb. 10, 2009; â€˜The Big Takeover,â€™ Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone, March 2009.
2. School Segregation Latinos and African Americans attend more segregated public schools today than they have for four decades, professor Gary Orfield notes in a study conducted by the Civil Rights Project of UCLA. Orfieldâ€™s report used federal data to highlight deepening segregation in public education by race and poverty. About 44 percent of students in the nationâ€™s public school system are people of color, and this group will %-
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soon make up the majority of the population in the U.S. Yet this racial diversity often isnâ€™t reflected from school to school. Instead, two out of every five African-American and Latino youth attend schools that Orfield characterizes as â€œintensely segregated,â€? comprising 90 to 100 percent people of color. For Latinos, the trend reflects growing residential segregation. For African Americans, the study attributes a significant part of the reversal to the ending of desegregation plans in public schools nationwide. Schools that are segregated by race and poverty tend to have much higher dropout rates, higher teacher turnover and greater exposure to crime and gangs, placing students at a major disadvantage in society. The most severe segregation is in western states, including California. Source: â€˜Reviving the Goal of an Integrated Society: A 21st Century Challenge,â€™ Gary Orfield, the Civil Rights Project, UCLA, January 2009.
3. Somali Pirates Somali pirates off the Horn of Africa were like gold for mainstream news outlets this past year. Stories describing surprise attacks on shipping vessels, daring rescues and cadres of ragtag bandits extracting multimilliondollar ransoms were all over the airwaves and front pages. However, very little ink was devoted to factors that made the Somalis desperate enough to resort to piracy in the first place: the dumping of nuclear waste and rampant overfishing in their coastal waters. In the early 1990s, when the government of Somalia collapsed, foreign interests began swooping into unguarded coastal waters to trawl for foodâ€”and venturing into unprotected Somali territories to cheaply dispose of nuclear waste. Those activities continued with impunity for years. The ramifications of toxic dumping hit full force with the 2005 tsunami, when leaking barrels were washed ashore, sickening hundreds and causing birth defects in newborn infants. The uncontrolled fishing harvests, meanwhile, damaged the economic livelihoods of Somali fishermen and eroded the countryâ€™s supply of a primary food source. Thatâ€™s when the piracy started. Sources: â€˜Toxic waste behind Somali piracy,â€™ Najad Abdullahi, Al Jazeera English, Oct. 11, 2008; â€˜You Are Being Lied to About Pirates,â€™ Johann Hari, the Huffington Post, Jan. 4, 2009; â€˜The Two Piracies in Somalia: Why the World Ignores the Other,â€™ Mohamed Abshir Waldo, WardheerNews, Jan. 8, 2009.
4. Nuclear Nightmare The Shearon Harris nuclear plant in North Carolinaâ€™s Wake County, located in a backwoods area, bears the distinction of housing the largest radioactive-waste storage pools in the country. Spent fuel rods from two other nuclear plants are transported there by rail, then stored beneath circulating cold water to prevent the radioactive waste from heating. The hidden danger, according to investigative reporter Jeffery St. Clair, is the looming threat of a pool fire. A possible 140,000 people could wind up with cancer. Contamination could stretch for thousands of square miles. And damages could reach an estimated $500 billion.
When a study was sent to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission highlighting the safety risks and recommending technological fixes to address the problem, St. Clair noted, a pro-nuclear commissioner successfully persuaded the agency to dismiss the concerns. Source: â€˜Pools of Fire,â€™ Jeffrey St. Clair, CounterPunch, Aug. 9, 2008.
5. EPA and Toxins Two years ago, the European Union enacted a bold new environmental policy. The story thatâ€™s gone unreported is how this game-changing legislation might impact the United States, where chemical corporations use lobbying muscle to ensure comparatively lax oversight of toxic substances, with the EPA lagging far behind in its own scrutiny of insidious chemicals. Just one-third of the 267 chemicals on the EUâ€™s watch list have ever been tested by the EPA, and only two are regulated under federal law. Meanwhile, researchers estimate that 42 billion pounds of chemicals enter American commerce daily, and only a fraction of them have ever undergone risk assessments. Sources: â€˜European Chemical Clampdown Reaches Across Atlantic,â€™ David Biello, Scientific American, Sept. 30, 2008; â€˜How Europeâ€™s New Chemical Rules Affect U.S.,â€™ Environmental Defense Fund, Sept. 30, 2008; â€˜U.S. Lags Behind Europe in Regulating Toxicity of Everyday Products,â€™ Mark Schapiro, Democracy Now! Feb. 24, 2009.
6. D.C. Lobbying Grows In 2008, as the economy tumbled and unemployment soared, Washington lobbyists working for special interests were paid $3.2 billionâ€”more than any other year on record. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, special interests spent a collective $32,523 per legislator, per day, for every day Congress was in session. The list of highest-ranking spenders on D.C. lobbying reads like a roster of some of the most powerful interests nationwide. Topping the list was the health sector, which spent $478.5 million lobbying Congress last year. A very close runner-up was the finance, insurance and real estate sector, spending $453.5 million. Pharmaceutical companies plunked down $230 million, electric utilities spent $156.7 million, and oil and gas companies paid lobbyists $133.2 million. Source: â€˜Washington Lobbying Grew to $3.2 Billion Last Year, Despite Economy,â€™ Center for Responsive Politics, OpenSecrets.org.
7. Obama Appointees President Barack Obamaâ€™s appointments to the U.S. Department of Defense have raised serious questions. Obamaâ€™s decision to retain Robert Gates, Secretary of Defense under George W. Bush, marks the first time in history that a president has opted to keep a defense secretary of an outgoing opposing party in power. Critics are also uneasy about the appointment of Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn, who formerly served as a senior vice president at defense giant Raytheon and was a registered lobbyist for the company until July 2008. Sources: â€˜The Danger of Keeping Robert Gates,â€™ Robert Parry, ConsortiumNews.com, Nov. 13, 2008; â€˜Obamaâ€™s Defense Department Appointeesâ€”
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10. Ecuador Won’t Pay When President Rafael Correa announced that Ecuador would default on its foreign debt, he framed it as a moral stand. The announcement came in the wake of an exhaustive audit of Ecuador’s debt documenting hundreds of allegations of irregularity and illegality in the decades of debt collection from international lenders. Although Ecuador had made payments exceeding the value of the principal since the time it initially took out loans in the 1970s, its foreign debt had nonetheless swelled to levels three times as high due to extraordinarily high interest rates. Sources: ‘As Crisis Mounts, Ecuador Declares Foreign Debt Illegitimate and Illegal,’ Daniel Denvir, Alternet, Nov. 26, 2008; ‘Invalid Loans to Ecuador: Who Owes Who,’ Committee for the Integral Audit of Public Credit, Utube, Fall 2008; ‘Ecuador’s Debt Default,’ Neil Watkins and Sarah Anders, Foreign Policy in Focus, Dec. 15, 2008. THE BOHEMIAN
A union activist holed up at a local motel wonders who else is there By Melissa Ann Chadburn
s I walked the hotelâ€™s smoky, green carpeted hallway, smelling soiled diapers and rotten cantaloupe, I heard a woman chime out, â€œDo we get CCN?â€? A steadier male voice yelled back, â€œNo.â€? â€œWhat? They donâ€™t believe in Christian programming here?â€? The male voice headed toward me. I kept the elevator open, listening to the dull electric hum of the fluorescent lights overhead and wondering what he might look like. At $65 a night for a kitchenette, bed and unreliable wireless, this is no Ritz Carlton. Who stays here anyhow? Who chooses Extended Stay America? A brief moment later, there he wasâ€”tall, thick and friendly, the rolls of skin on his bald head showing shaving bumps. He wore a gray T-shirt and black cotton shorts, his dark brown arms hugging a laundry basket. I lifted my detergent in a friendly salute. â€œLaundry day.â€? â€œYep. You been here long?â€? I smiled. â€œA couple weeks.â€? â€œWeâ€™ve been here for two months. Iâ€™m hoping we could leave in one more month. But Iâ€™m blessed. I was working for Kaiser and then I got laid off, and thank God I had a second job, but weâ€™re staying here until I can try to get us another house. It seems like I might be able to get one in a month. I thank God every day. Iâ€™m blessed, I truly am.â€? On the wall beside me there was an advertisement that depicted a man who looked not unlike him, a friendly attractive black man, only he was dressed in olive slacks and a khaki button-down with a laptop propped on his knee. On the coffee table before him was a half-drunk glass of orange juice and a plate of fruit. He looked happy. Happy to be working and staying at the live-in motel. The man in the elevator glanced at the advertisement and said â€œIâ€™m blessed.â€? Once more. On the ground floor, we were greeted by his daughter, her hair in innocent small braids. She grabbed his hand and ran him into the laundry room. There, wedged between a soda machine and a vending machine, was his son, a skinny boy in a black T-shirt and jeans with a finger perched against his lips to seal a secret. On the floor sat a toddler in a bulging baby blue onesie playing with colored, plastic rings. â€œHave a blessed day.â€? So thatâ€™s one type who stays here: the
family who has to. Then there are what I call the â€œHustle and Flows,â€? like the troupe of D-list pimps and hos who stay downstairs. From what I can tell, itâ€™s two guys and three girls. One of the guys is maybe around 17, white with a flat-top and oily skin; the other guy is older, maybe 24, a light-skinned black guy with outdated fluffy hair. Their room is below mine, and as a result, my bathroom vent consistently emits a hybrid of cheap cigar tobacco and backwoods marijuana smoke. I see them in the parking lot. They look like theyâ€™re having a good time, but halfmiserable, too. They drive an old tan-gold Cadillac that has Doritos wrappers and fast-food soda cups lying around the back seats. The girls always sit in the back and the guys in front. The girls walk out of here around 5 or 6pm with too much makeup on. Thick black eyeliner coating their eyes, hair not washed but sprayed over a couple of times, bright matte lipstick in fuchsias and pinksâ€” theyâ€™re like what happens when you spend too much time in a discount clothing store and everything starts to look good. They go down to the main road, and from there, Iâ€™m not sure where they head, because itâ€™s a small town that runs along one main highway, and it seems most of their potential clients would be right here in this building. Then there are just the flat-out druggies. One night, I saw the younger white guy jumping around the parking lot smoking something that smelled like too many chemicals. He was dancing, wearing an oversized hoodie. When I got back upstairs, he was trying to stick one of Extended Stayâ€™s thin gray plastic key cards in my door. â€œWrong door,â€? I said. â€œOh? Uh-oh.â€? He ducked off and ran down the hall. And then, of course, thereâ€™s me.
I see them in the parking lot. They look like theyâ€™re having a good time, but half-miserable, too.
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ne of my favorite phrases, passed along by North Coast horticulturalist Ernie Wasson, sums up any living organismâ€™s basic options: adapt, migrate or die. Migration can be a naturally life-sustaining option, even a necessity for birds, humans and other living things. But the migration of garbage is just the opposite; itâ€™s an unnatural and energyintensive process referred to as â€œthe removal chain.â€? And itâ€™s twisted. Of course, we donâ€™t know much about it because it takes place in a fantasy realm called â€œaway,â€? as in â€œthrown away.â€? Our urban wastemanagement systems are more or less based on this collective fantasy in which participants tacitly agree that once the bins are emptied by the collection trucks, our refuse no longer exists. But some fantasycrushing researchers in a project called Trash Track are saying there is no away. To prove it, theyâ€™re virtually trotting after the garbage truck and asking, â€œWhy do we know so much about the supply chain and so little about the removal chain?â€? Trash Track is an artistic, scientific, architectural and technological investigation of the removal chain. Itâ€™s an experimental brainchild of creative researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who, with funding from Waste Management of New York, are studying the migration of garbage in three major cities with the intent of changing the way we perceive and manage refuse. In London, New York and Seattle this summer, volunteers helped tag 3,000 items of trash per city with transmission devices similar to little cell phones without keyboards or screens. The device is small enough to fit in your palm, and its components fall well below U.S. and European toxin thresholds in order to be safe in any waste stream. Beginning in mid-July, the locations of tagged items were transmitted to a central server at MIT and mapped in real time as they traveled through the waste streams of these cities. This month, the Trash Track
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n top of a dusty hill overlooking the Ukiah Valley, a few acres of grapevines rioting with light green, spiky foliage and laden in nearly biblical fecundity with clusters of blue-gray grapes the size of footballs stand as tall as men. To anyone familiar only with domesticated vineyards within the neat confines of trellis wire, its looks like a throwback to a simpler age; it looks, in fact, like a viticultural land of the lost. Meet Grenache, a staple of ordinary wines the world over thatâ€™s also the source of some of the North Bayâ€™s most interesting, vibrant new wines. Despite its persistent obscurityâ€”and an old reputation as a workhorse blending fruitâ€” Grenache has ardent supporters. â€œI love that grape,â€? Peter Mathis says wistfully. â€œIt was the whole reason I went in the wine business.â€? Mathis says he developed an intense passion for the wines of the south of France, leaving a non-wine career when he decided
that heâ€™d make this kind of wine in the United Statesâ€”eventually. â€œIt actually took 20 years to the day from when the light bulb went off to when I sold first my bottle,â€? he laughs. But this is high praise for Grenache, considering that Mathisâ€™ day job is head winemaker at Ravenswood Winery, synonymous with the cult of Zinfandel. Grenache is no wimpy wine either, according to Mathis, whoâ€™s not circumspect on the subject. â€œI associate Grenache with cheerfulness, joy and happiness,â€? he says. â€œIt feels nice in your mouth, it smells beautiful and itâ€™s not a labor to figure out why itâ€™s appealing. A lot of grapes are cerebral; you have to learn to like them, essentially. With Grenache, itâ€™s natural.â€? At once simple and seductive, Grenache almost seems like a spoiler for all that we learned in Premium Reds 1A: Cabernet Sauvignon has powerful structure because of small, thickskinned, dark berries. Pinot Noir, with delicate flavors, is reputedly shy-bearing, and fades fast outside its narrow comfort zone. Grenache is light colored, thin-skinned and rudely
abundant, producing bumper crops under extreme conditions all over the worldâ€”and makes a serious wine thatâ€™s more versatile and approachable than Cabernet, yet more hearty and just as sensuous as Pinot. Often described as â€œfleshy,â€? itâ€™s got a body that lends itself to rosĂŠ and red alike, and its forward raspberry, strawberry fruit may be spiked with wild, woodsy herbes de Provence aromas. At its best, itâ€™s not hard to imagine asking, where have you been all my life? Called Garnacha in Spain, the grape has its origins in the Medieval kingdom of Aragon. Ground-hugging, old-vine Garnacha bushes are dry-farmed even in the arid Iberian plains, naturally limiting its productivity and resulting in intensely spicy, jammy wines. When Grenache wound up in Southern France, it found a little more rainfall and somewhat more prestige. Itâ€™s the principal grape of the ChĂ˘teauneufdu-Pape appellation, the heart of the Southern RhĂ´ne and former papal summer home. There, Grenache is blended with Syrah and any of a bakerâ€™s dozen varietals to make powerful red winesâ€”or nearly equally famous rosĂŠ. &+ THE BOHEMIAN
In Australia, itâ€™s been a standard ingredient for sparkling wines, sherry and port for over 150 years. These days, oldvine Grenache is blended with Syrah and Mourvedre, for which the Australians have a typically straightforward alternative to the Franco-centric â€œRhĂ´ne-styleâ€? tag that dogs American wines: GSM. Long grown in Californiaâ€™s Central Valley for sheer quantity, Grenache has been the steady darling of the jug wine trade. A Western Farm Press article recently boasted that one 90-year-old vineyard still produces 11 tons per acre, roughly three times the North Coast average. Although these grapes actually end up as white Grenache, a sweet blush wine similar to equally pink â€œwhite Zinfandel,â€? itâ€™s a safe bet that the recipe for Hearty Burgundy is not exactly heavy on Pinot Noir. But the new Grenache is not the same as the old Grenache. â€œA combination of site, clone and vineyard practices will yield darker grapes and wine,â€? Mathis explains. He planted Alicante Bouschet, Petite Sirah and Carignane in his field, primarily to deepen the color. Itâ€™s a RhĂ´ne-style blend, with a California twist, because Mathis feels that the traditional French components donâ€™t necessarily harmonize the same way on our edge of the world. Perhaps the main factor driving quality is the availability of imported clones; to wit, the new Grenache, same as the Old World Grenache. When Tablas Creek Vineyard set out to plant a traditional RhĂ´ne vineyard near Paso Robles, they werenâ€™t satisfied with the old California plant material that was available. So they sent for clones from their sister winery, which conveniently happens to be the venerable Chateau Beaucastle in ChĂ˘teauneuf-du-Pape. As the new â€œTablas Creekâ€? clones, and others, are planted in North Bay vineyards and farmed for lower yields, old assumptions are being testedâ€” with tasty results. Up in foggy, cool Bennett Valley, Peter Young consulted an expert before planting his Graystack Vineyard. Grenache, said the expert, â€œwouldnâ€™t ripen until Christmas.â€? Itâ€™s doing beautifully well before Halloween, thank you, the vigorous, vertically trellised vines producing compact, dark colored clusters for Broc Cellars, Pax and other wineries. Pushing his luck, Young picked the lateripening grapes extra early one year, prompting the tongue-in-cheek â€œPeterâ€™s Follyâ€? label. The result was a dark, brooding leathery-black cherry brew. Not so foolish after all. Just across the hill in Kenwood, Landmark Vineyards is best known for Chardonnay, so when they planted a new plot right on the highway and called it Esprit du RhĂ´ne, it attracted attention. â€œWe could have planted more Chardonnay very easily,â€? says owner Mike Colhoun, â€œbecause thatâ€™s what we do.â€? But they wanted to put in something different, something with a finer fix on terroir. After several treks to the RhĂ´ne Valley, they decided on a mix that includes Grenache. â€œIn a six-month growing season,â€? Colhoun found, â€œthe RhĂ´ne was one
degree off. The climate in Kenwood is incredibly similar to that of the southern RhĂ´ne.â€? â€œGrenache is almost like a Mediterranean cousin of Pinot Noir,â€? suggests Steven Canter, winemaker at Quivira Vineyards. Not too similar, but reminiscent, and some specimens really blur the line. Once, Canter was offered a mystery wine that he guessed was an overoaked ChĂ˘teauneuf-du-Papeâ€”it was a big, Russian River Pinot Noir. â€œWhen Pinot is overdone, is starts to resemble â€˜correctâ€™ Grenache,â€? he says. For a wine-drinking public increasingly leaning on Pinot Noir, Grenache might not be such a leap.
For a wine-drinking public increasingly leaning on Pinot Noir, Grenache may not be such a leap. Unfortunately, the oft-parroted conventional wisdom on Grenache is that itâ€™s a short-lived, simple wine liable to oxidize. At biodynamic Quivira, Canter counters this with a permissive â€œlive and let oxidizeâ€? approach. â€œLet it fulfill its nature, early in its development,â€? he counsels. â€œItâ€™s trueâ€”the must will oxidize right before your eyes. That doesnâ€™t mean itâ€™ll end up that way. Once the oxidizable elements have done their thing and are out of the equation, you end up with a wine whose true nature has come out. Now itâ€™s ready to face the world!â€? Quiviraâ€™s Grenache is aged in just 10 percent new oak barrels; the balance in 450 liter puncheons that limit exposure during aging, to retain some the flowery, primary fruit. Indeed, Quiviraâ€™s Grenache is a vibrant cherry-red, with bright fruit flavors accented with forest and herbs. Grenache may not get its own shelf in the supermarket any time soon, but it does have its advocates. While Syrah gets the limelight at the Central Coastâ€™s annual Hospice du RhĂ´ne and at Rhone Rangers tastings, the organizations continue to agitate for the enjoyment of RhĂ´ne-style wines in general. The best bet for curious shoppers is a trip to the local wine shop, where they may want to start with illustrative examples of CĂ´tes du RhĂ´ne and Spanish Garnacha, often for surprisingly good prices. They may find a temporary diversion from the usual, or even, like Peter Mathis did, their new â€œdesert islandâ€? wine. â€œIf you had to pick one wine to drink for rest of your life,â€? he says with a smile, â€œitâ€™s a slam dunk for me.â€? Try some Grenache when Quivira hosts a farm-to-table harvest dinner on Saturday, Oct. 10, at 4pm. $125; includes farm tour and full meal, with vigorous pourings of the 2007 GrenacheZin and 2007 Grenache Petite Sirah blends. 4900 W. Dry Creek Road, Healdburg. 877.759.1004.
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The month of October The Mate bar is offering free Gourd Nite Every Wed 5pm-6:30pm We now have Yoga every Mon & Wed from 5 to 6:30 PM New students buy 2 classes and get one free!!!! 6782 Sebastopol Ave, Sebastopol
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Up the road apiece, a brand-new sign announced, â€œBiodynamic wines.â€? Frisky goats and sheep were in evidence adjacent to a weedy vineyard. Sheep, as I have previously maintained in this column, are widely known to be wooly and cute, and make excellent poster critters for a biodynamic farm. We might as well take a look. Today is just as good as any other day, right?
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<P]XRBd__aTbbX^] The long, strange trip of â€˜Heavy Mental Musicâ€™ By Gabe Meline
t all started with Gary Brandt, our copy editor, who usually sits quietly in the Bohemian office correcting run-on sentences and pining for the serial comma, and who approached me with those nine magic words that will never fail to pique my interest. â€œHey, Gabe,â€? he said in a stealthy tone, â€œIâ€™ve got this record you might like.â€? I put on my poker face. â€œReally?â€? I asked, casually. â€œWhatâ€™s it like?â€? â€œItâ€™s this funny little 45 made in Santa Rosa by mentally disabled people,â€? he said, â€œwith a catchy synthesizer riff and lots of people saying â€˜I Love Youâ€™ over and over. It comes in this hand-drawn box with a shirt, a poster and some other stuff. Iâ€™ll bring it in.â€? I couldnâ€™t believe my ears. The next day, Brandt bequeathed unto me the weirdest, strangest, most incredibly unique record ever made in Sonoma County. I looked at the box, with its felt-pen scrawl and faded rubber stamps reading â€œHeavy Mental Music.â€? I rif led through its contentsâ€”a silk-screened Heavy Mental Music T-shirt, a few photocopied Heavy Mental Music stickers, a couple Heavy Mental
Music posters and a solitary sheet of notepad paper, upon which was diminutively typed, in the corner, â€œHeavy Mental Music.â€? I took it home, slid the green-vinyl record out of its handmade sleeve, and put it on the turntable. The A-side was exactly like a demo button on a Casio synthesizer: analog-electronic, repetitive and interrupted occasionally by some out-of-time percussion. It sounded amateur but captivating, and Brandt hadnâ€™t been kidding: at the end, people say â€œI love youâ€? into the microphone 36 times. I f lipped the record. An aggressively psychedelic sound collage, the nearly fiveminute B-side was full of backwards loops, interviews, echo effects, electronic noises, power tools, bass rumbles and incomprehensible singing. It was called â€œTour,â€? and it was the weirdest thing Iâ€™d heard in a long time. I checked the date on the label: 1981. Between the DIY aesthetic of the homemade shirts and stickers, the fanzine-like quality of the booklet and the experimentation of the music itself, this was decidedly a record ahead of its time. It was made by somebody who worked with the developmentally disabled and probably took drugs. I was determined to find him.
randt, a forty-something who was once a huge Nazareth fan, had read about the record while still enrolled at Slater Junior High. Misreading â€œmentalâ€? as â€œmetal,â€? he talked his dad into driving the family station wagon after school to the Manual Skills Training Center, where he was the recordâ€™s first customer. Alas, the building is no longer in use at the address listed. Strike one. The recordâ€™s booklet listed three dozen local businesses and a short list of people, including Congressman Don Clausen, whoâ€™d attended a â€œpress partyâ€? for the record. My best bet looked to be Becoming Independent, which ran the training center that provided the chorus and which still serves the needs of the developmentally disabled. I walked into their Santa Rosa offices, explained my quest, and presented Heavy Mental Music to a series of surprised employees, all of whom were entranced with the artifact and none of whom worked there in 1981 or even had a copy of it. Strike two. But within minutes, I was on the phone with Jeff Shaver, who had worked at BI for 35 years. â€œJeff,â€? I asked, â€œdo the words â€˜Heavy '+ Mental Musicâ€™ mean anything to you?â€? THE BOHEMIAN
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Shaver let out a laugh of recognition. â€œYeah,â€? he said, â€œdefinitely.â€? Shaver told me to find David Petri. As the producer, engineer and overseer of the record, Petri apparently lived and breathed Heavy Mental Music nonstop for a year, because, Shaver explained, â€œit was fraught with problems. It took a lot of time.â€? In 1981, the whole idea was groundbreaking, he added, â€œbecause it was back in the days when people didnâ€™t think of people with disabilities contributing to things artistically.â€? Considering the bizarre nature of the record, I asked, did anyone at the center think Petri was a little too peculiar? â€œI donâ€™t remember that being the case,â€? Shaver said. â€œDavid looked very straight, he always dressed well, had short hair. I think that people accepted it as something Jim did.â€? â€œJimâ€? would be Jim Weber, the developmentally disabled client who wrote the song, loved to golf and who once ushered at a staff memberâ€™s wedding; he left Becoming Independent in 2001 and moved away. But the name David Petri rang a bell. He was, it turns out, the singer for a Santa Rosa band called $27 Snap On Face, whose very weird album Heterodyne State Hospital Iâ€™d researched previously. Last Iâ€™d heard, he lived in Middletown.
wo miles up on a remote hill in Lake County, I park in the driveway to Petriâ€™s mobile home next to a collection of broken TVs. He emerges, a tall, commanding man wearing cutoffs, flip-flops and a Paul McCartney 1991 tour T-shirt, and he apologizes for the stark dĂŠcor of the house. Heâ€™s only moved in the most important things, he says, like guitars, a drum setâ€”heâ€™s currently looking for a female drummerâ€” and, in fact, right inside the front door, the actual TEAC reel-to-reel player used to record Heavy Mental Music. Petri saves things. He has a two-foot pile of reel-to-reel tapes from the â€™70s on his kitchen table. He has an old 1950s acetate from Stanroyâ€™s Music Center. He has an autographed Johnny Cash record from when he played Santa Rosa in 1984. Among his archive, he also has two folders dedicated to Heavy Mental Music, full of news clippings, photos, letters, videotapes and telegrams. One of them, I note, is from the White House. â€œOf all the things Iâ€™ve done,â€? he says, â€œIâ€™m most proud of this project. I didnâ€™t like the idea of disabled art, or handicapped art. I thought artâ€”it doesnâ€™t have a disability.â€? So when Jim Weber approached Petri with a song heâ€™d written, the idea to record and release it seemed only natural. Petri sent many of the 3,000 copies to politicians and local media, making sure Weber was listed as the published songwriterâ€”the first developmentally disabled songwriter on BMIâ€™s roster.
â€œIt won the Santa Rosa City Merit Award for Cultural Enrichment, and at that event, we got to read a telegram we received from Ronald Reagan,â€? he says, â€œwho referred to it as a â€˜musical message of hope.â€™â€? Weber traveled south and won an award at Disneyland presented by Walt Disneyâ€™s daughter, with â€œHeavy Mental Musicâ€? playing over the theme park loudspeakers. Evening Magazine and other news outlets spotlighted the record. It was submitted to the Grammy Awards. Publicity was heating up, and Petri started negotiating with Johnny Carsonâ€™s producers for a slot on The Tonight Show. Then the centerâ€™s director, Rae Pivonka, called Petri into her office. â€œIâ€™ve never told anybody this, ever,â€? he says, shifting in his chair. â€œShe accused me of using these people for my own personal gain. It broke my heart.â€? She told Petri heâ€™d pushed the program on company time, had used the company facility and that she wanted him to stop promoting Heavy Mental Music and give over the master tapes. â€œI never surrender my masters!â€? Petri booms. â€œRather than bring negativity to the clients and the integrity of the project,â€? he adds, â€œI pulled the plug that day and rounded up every single copy in the school.â€? In a few months, he left the Manual Skills Training Center, but sitting in his living room in Middletown 27 years later, itâ€™s obvious heâ€™s still saddened by the accusation. Pivonka passed away in 2006, but she was no doubt aware that any time art and the developmentally disabled converge, thereâ€™s a tricky line walked between advocacy and mockery. I could see how Heavy Mental Music could be seen by a cautious director as the latter, especially the B-side. I pull out a tape recorder and we listen to â€œTourâ€?â€”Petri says he hasnâ€™t heard it in yearsâ€”and he can still point out the Skilsaw, the metronome, the typewriter, the air conditioning unit and he remembers the name of every client involved, even the ones whose voices are sped-up like chipmunks or slowed down like monsters. But was it drug-induced? Petri takes a breath. â€œI never record and create my music on drugs,â€? he declares. Petri still has about 25 copies of Heavy Mental Music, and heâ€™s glad to hear that there was some genuine amazement and interest around BIâ€™s offices when Iâ€™d stopped by with a copy, providing a sort of closure for something that had always bothered him. â€œIâ€™ve always wondered what Becoming Independent thought, honestly, about this in hindsight,â€? Petri says. â€œHow they felt. Were they proud of it? Do they wish they had a copy? Iâ€™d be honored to take it to them, but Iâ€™ve always been hesitant to go back.â€?
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nights! Swords! Crystals! Goblets! With more indie-rock bands turning to fantasy imagery in their music videos lately, it can be a truly draining prospect to judge which ones are serious about their wizardly ways and which bands are just superficially glomming onto the trend. Whoâ€™s got it right? We turned for interpretation to Joe Yull, a 23-year-old fantasy and role-playing expert at Outer Planes Comics and Games in Santa Rosa. I knew Yull was the right man for the job after he displayed knowledge of both the classics (Hawkwindâ€™s collaboration with fantasy writer Michael Moorcock) and the trivial (Weezerâ€™s shout-out to 12-sided die). On a recent Sunday evening, Yull and I hung out in Outer Planes at one of their Magic: The Gathering gaming tables, sat in front of YouTube and tried to make sense of it all. With experience and skill, Yull deftly separated the dungeon masters from the dolts, and summarily rated each bandâ€™s role-playing strength on a scale of one to 10. Muse, â€˜Knights of Cydoniaâ€™ A toughlooking character with a mustache practices kung fu moves like â€œTwo-Headed Snakeâ€? and â€œCircle of Deathâ€? while receiving occasional blessings from a raven and shooting lasers from his revolver. â€œHeâ€™s got kung fu, lasers and heâ€™s a cowboy,â€? Yull notes approvingly. This looks good so far. Itâ€™s hard to tell if the video is inspired by the role-playing game Deadlands, because so much crazy stuff is happening in every frame. â€œFor no reason, heâ€™s beating the shit out of people, but you can tell heâ€™s not a bad guy,â€? Yull says. â€œHeâ€™s got this gun that shoots light, but heâ€™s obviously looted it from somewhere, because heâ€™s post-apocalyptic.â€?
The damsel heâ€™s trying to save shows up on a unicorn with some menacing Mongolian dancer and is usurped by an evil dark sheriff who sends her to the hanging gallows. But lo! Our avenging hero blasts through the noose with the laser gun, saves the girl, evades the sheriff â€™s strike and vaporizes his enemy. An epic victory. Rating: 9.5. Bat for Lashes, â€˜Prescillaâ€™ A girl in some sort of Gypsy get-up hangs out with a posse who appear to have the power to levitate. One guy dents a washing machine with a large boulder, which is kind of badass in a useless way, and though the Gypsy girl takes possession of a dagger, she focuses more attention on her two hairbrushes. Hairbrushes, Yull affirms, never have any special powers. â€œIn fact, based on who usually plays roleplaying games,â€? he says, â€œI doubt hairbrushes ever come up in the context of any of them.â€? After the Gypsy girl almost gets eaten by the set of Pee-Weeâ€™s Playhouse and is propositioned by a vacuum cleaner, she canâ€™t take it anymore and retreats back into the real world. Retreat, of course, is the ultimate weakness. Yull points out that the name â€œPriscillaâ€? is found in Edmund Spenserâ€™s 16thcentury allegorical epic The Faerie Queen, but thatâ€™s not enough to redeem the hairbrushes and the misplaced rage against a washing machine. Rating: 3. Yacht, â€˜Psychic Cityâ€™ What appears like a simple battle between a holy minister and a juniper-wielding pagan soon turns perplexing. The minister, with crucifix nunchucks, gorges himself on communion wafers and wine before commencing to masturbate. The pagan girl spreads some mesmerizing powder and wields a staff of death. The battle turns friendly, however, and the minister and the pagan rip their clothes
off under a crescent moon and start licking each otherâ€™s faces. â€œHonestly,â€? Yull recoils, â€œif I saw any of this going on, I would just leave.â€? This brings up a good pointâ€”that the band could easily bamboozle their opponents out of any confrontation. In fact, in most role-playing games, thereâ€™s a common and powerful spell called confusion. â€œItâ€™s very effective,â€? Yull assures. Rating: 6. Celebration, â€˜Evergreenâ€™ A girl in a fringe dress collects crystals in a carved wooden box, unsuccessfully balances crystals on some goblets and spreads crystal seeds across the arid desert, growing a crystal groundcover. Yull explains that thereâ€™s a group of psychic people called Scions in Dungeons and Dragons who use crystals for straight-up New Age weirdness, but the girl and her minions donâ€™t seem to be very adept at it. â€œOK, so they can beautify the landscape with weird growing crystals,â€? Yull allows. â€œInteresting. Doesnâ€™t really seem to be too useful.â€? However, itâ€™s hard to walk on crystals, and no one wants his habitat turned into the Emerald City. Yull points out that the seeded crystals could probably devastate cropland. Overall, theyâ€™re pretty weak. Rating: 3.5. Devendra Banhart, â€˜A Ribbonâ€™ In this feeble narrative, a wispy red ribbon floats underwater through coral and fish before communing with the birds. At the videoâ€™s end, the ribbon flies into a manâ€™s mouth, rendering his body aglow. â€œA ribbon is not that impressive,â€? Yull says. â€œYou canâ€™t hurt people with it.â€? Rating: 2. Built to Spill, â€˜Conventional Wisdomâ€™ In chainmail armor, an elder swordsman trains with his weapons in the sunset. The band members arrive, are assigned horses and train with the master. They, too, adorn the steel helmets and breastplates for the epic jousting battle with the black knight. The duel ends amicably, and all parties shake hands. This reminds Yull of the Society for Creative Anachronism, a Middle Ages reenactment group which practices combat and chivalry among its â€œkingdomsâ€? nationwide. Also, the elder swordsman is an Obi Wan-Kenobi figure, Yull says. These are all good things, which triumph even over Yachtâ€™s relatively high rating for â€œPsychic City.â€? â€œHe could probably take down those people who throw confusion at you,â€? Yull surmises. â€œI donâ€™t think heâ€™d be fazed too much by the communion wafers or ejaculate. That might just irritate him.â€? Rating: 7. Dirty Projectors, â€˜Stillness Is the Moveâ€™ OK, so weâ€™ve got a llama. Weâ€™ve got people wandering around the wilderness with musical instruments. And . . . thatâ€™s about it. There are some Siberian huskies that the wolfman has tamed and some girls who appear to be either bridesmaids in celebration or sirens attempting to mesmerize the wolfman with the booty. â€œHe seems to be doing pretty well for himself, by these peopleâ€™s standards, at least,â€? Yull says. â€œIâ€™m somehow more impressed by these people just given the fact that, according to the video, they seem to be able to actually survive out in the woods.â€? Yull likens them to the Rangers from Lord of the Rings, who kill bears for breakfast and stuff. â€œHeâ€™s obviously a ranger. Obviously,â€? says Yull. Rating: 5. More role-playing insights and comic books galore can be found at Outer Planes Comics & Games. 519 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. 707.546.2000.
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uccess in the music business can take years or it can happen overnight. Either way, local teen metal sensation Intangled are off to a solid start. The young trioâ€”guitarist Jimmy Kennedy, age 16, bassist Zane Covington, age 15, and drummer Shane Sebald, age 12â€”all have advanced natural talent, skills self-taught from devoted attention to bands from the golden age of speed metal and thrash like Slayer, Iron Maiden and Megadeth. â€œMy iPod is my bass lesson,â€? says Covington, whoâ€™s been playing with Sebald ever since they were ages nine and six. In these early years, theyâ€™ve already played dozens of all-ages shows and had tracks played on local radio, including North Bay Underground on Fox 101.7-FM. For Intangled, metal isnâ€™t a way to rebel, but rather a way to bond. â€œI think nowadays itâ€™s a lot different,â€? Covington says. â€œThereâ€™s a thrash revival going on. I saw a documentary trailer talking about how parents were into it, sharing their old tapes and vinyl. Now you listen to metal because your parents listen to it, and you like it too.â€?
Importantly, the band members have a dynamic support system at home and at school. Intangledâ€™s practice space is the living room at Sebaldâ€™s home, proudly offered by his parents due to its hassle-free rural location outside Petaluma. Extended family is there for rides, support at shows and as an ongoing source of exposure to metal and classic rock. â€œI like helping the kids, because I can enjoy the music with them. My parents never did that with me,â€? says Shaneâ€™s dad, Eric Sebald, who serves as the bandâ€™s de facto manager and also takes the guys to local shows and big gigs like Ozzfest. At school, Intangled became peer favorites gradually. Kennedy and Covington are sophomores at Santa Rosa High School, where they say Intangled were rejected from last yearâ€™s Battle of the Bands both because they were freshman and because their image was deemed offensive. Yet their popularity has risen. â€œAnyone who sees us perform loves us,â€? Kennedy says. â€œI went into the music room at our school and someone had carved â€˜Intangled Rulesâ€™ in the piano. Nobody told us about itâ€”it was just there.â€? Covington adds, â€œItâ€™s better this year than last year. We know all the metal heads, there are other people coming up, and weâ€™re really trying to get people to start bands.â€? Drummer Sebald, who attends Twin Oaks Middle School in Sebastopol, notes that at his school â€œlast year only two people liked metal. This year, Iâ€™ve given out a whole bunch of demos, and everybody loves it.â€? He reports that a history teacher even played their demo in class at the request of fellow students. Likewise, Covington mentions a favorite English teacher who has publicly shouted out the awesomeness of Iron Maiden. Intangledâ€™s popularity is set to spike when they release their first full-length album this fall. Theyâ€™re completing eight new originals to add to a four-song demo recorded this summer at Santa Rosaâ€™s Atlas Studios, where they were recently featured at a sold-out all-ages show. Kennedy says the new track â€œThrown to Oblivionâ€? is a song â€œfrom the â€˜Viking metalâ€™ subgenre,â€? while new songs like â€œSlaveâ€? and â€œPath of Sufferingâ€? feature classic driving rock thrust. Often, song verses feature the two guitarists on alternating vocal parts in their ongoing exploration of thrash songwriting. â€œWe never write songs the same way,â€? Kennedy says. â€œThree months later it will sound completely different. The songâ€™s not done when you write it that day.â€? Intangledâ€™s music is far from finished, and their ability to be a next-generation metal band is huge. Covington notes that he aspires to â€œhave the craziest audiences and the craziest shows.â€? Acknowledging that youth presents challenges, he also appreciates its opportunities. â€œIâ€™ll talk to some bands that are like, â€˜Wow, you guys play at your drummerâ€™s house, and they make you food and everything? You guys are lucky.â€™â€? He stops and ref lects. â€œWe are one of the luckiest bands around.â€? Intangled hit the main stage with Thought Vomit, Devour the Masses and Importaletum on Friday, Oct. 2, at the Phoenix Theatre. 201 Washington St., Petaluma. 8pm. $8; all ages. 707.762.3565.
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Over three decades after his death, Jim McPhersonâ€™s music comes alive By Bruce Robinson
or more than 30 years, Evy McPherson has kept the boxes. â€œAnyplace I lived, anywhere I went, they always went with me,â€? she says. â€œI kept them safe all these years.â€? Their contents? Precious, irreplaceable tapes recorded by her late husband, a highly regarded Bay Area songwriter who died in 1975â€”tapes that have now emerged from those boxes to become the new CD, A Promise Kept, the showcase for his music that Jim McPherson always wanted but never saw. â€œProbably about a month before he passed away, he was pretty upset that from his perspective, he felt that he didnâ€™t have a legacy to leave,â€? Evy recalls. â€œFrom my perspective, he had all this music. But to him, he didnâ€™t have his own album done, so I made a promise that I would finish it for him. And I knew I would do it. I just didnâ€™t realize it would take me all these years to do it.â€? Jim McPherson was a Chicago native who studied violin as a boy and had a solid command of multiple instruments by the time he landed at San Jose State in 1964. There, he anchored locally popular bands
the Trolls and Stained Glass, playing bass and writing most of their original material before drifting north to Marin County, where he met John Cipollina. He soon joined the former Quicksilver Messenger Service guitaristâ€™s new band, Copperhead. Despite immense potential and a growing reputation as a live act, Copperhead disintegrated soon after recording their only LP, a respectable major label release that got scant promotional support. At that point, McPherson turned his attention to the creation of a solo record, and began a series of low-key sessions with Mickey Hart at the Grateful Dead drummerâ€™s Novato ranch. â€œJim was my best friend, and he lived with me there and thatâ€™s what we did,â€? Hart recalls. â€œHe worked out all of his songs and I learned how to record. [The sessions] were really very loose, mostly just me and him. â€œI loved McPhersonâ€™s voice. He could sing, he could write, he could play piano, he could play bass, play guitar. The one good thing was, he couldnâ€™t play drums,â€? Hart adds with a low chuckle. â€œJim just liked to play and find those beautiful places. There was no hurry. â€œAnd they just turned out real well.â€? But at the same time, McPhersonâ€™s health began to decline. After a visit to an acupuncturist (not then legal or regulated in California), â€œwe wound up getting hep B,â€? Evy says quietly. â€œMy body made antibodies, but Jimâ€™s never did.â€? He succumbed to liver disease a few months later, and his tapes went into their boxes. Half a lifetime later, digital technology provided an opening. Evy was led to ace engineer Tom Size, who digitized and polished the old tapes, and two old musical friends, Bobby Vega and Pete Sears, replaced bass and organ parts on a couple songs that had not survived the intervening years. The result is a warm, assured collection of 11 of McPhersonâ€™s songs that range from introspective balladry to tuneful pop to rollicking full-band romps. Even though many of the original takes were meant just as demos for McPhersonâ€™s songs, Mickey Hart has â€œno doubt people would have picked up on the songs and covered them,â€? had they been circulated before now. â€œHe would have turned into one hell of a songwriter if he were alive today. I mean, he was just starting to feel liberated from his past when we were together.â€? For Evy, who served as executive producer, completing the CD represents a different sort of liberation. â€œI didnâ€™t realize modern technology had to catch up with me,â€? she marvels. â€œNow itâ€™s amazing what was able to happen. I just always loved his music, and now itâ€™s better than ever.â€? An impressive list of McPhersonâ€™s former musical partners and admirers will assemble for a one-time CD release party in Mill Valley on Oct. 1, a cast that includes Sears, Vega, David Freiberg (with whom McPherson wrote the Jefferson Starship hit â€œJaneâ€?), Nick Gravenites, Prairie Prince and many others. â€œThis is so much more than I ever thought,â€? Evy McPherson says, haltingly. â€œWhen you make a promise . . . you gotta keep your promises.â€? The release party for â€˜A Promise Keptâ€™ takes place on Thursday, Oct. 1, at 142 Throckmorton Theater, 142 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley. 8pm. $20â€“$45. 415.383.9600.
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ast Thursday, Dominican University of California in San Rafael hosted a very different kind of town hall meeting. While no fundamentalists were apparent, a near-religious fervor pervaded the lecture hall for the latest Pandora â€œGetTogether,â€? hosted by the popular internet radio and music-discovery service. â€œIâ€™m the chief evangelist,â€? founder Tim Westergren told the classroom with a laugh. No wonder, since Oakland-based Pandora is todayâ€™s premier online radio service, boasting 35 million listeners across the United States, with 65,000 new registered listeners a day. Itâ€™s readily obvious by talking with this youthful 43-year-old that he enjoys his job. Back in 2000, along with Will Glaser and Jon Kraft, the Stanford graduate began the ambitious Music Genome Project, a scientific examination of songs using vectors and algorithms that eventually lead to the creation of Pandora, a music aggregate that dispenses songs in the form of â€œstationsâ€? that are completely unique for each listener. First, a listener picks an artist or genre to create a â€œstation.â€? The userâ€™s tastes are determined each time he or she clicks â€œthumbs upâ€? or â€œthumbs downâ€? buttons indicating preference; the â€œskipâ€? button is neutral. To ensure exposure to new music, no
more than four songs from the same artist are played in a three-hour period on any given userâ€™s station. â€œEvery submission gets a listen,â€? Westergren says of the 12,000 new songs that come in per month, â€œbut it has to be good.â€? To increase critical consistency, each of Pandoraâ€™s 50 music analysts typically holds a four-year degree in music theory and undergoes a rigorous 100-hour training regimen. Such an innovative approach to radio engenders interesting challenges, as with eclectic artists. â€œA station based on Frank Zappa doesnâ€™t work very well,â€? Westergren says, â€œand Beck is a pain in the ass, musicologically speaking.â€? The technology can sometimes be jarring, as in the case of a young man who was irate that a Celine Dion song played on his Sarah McLachlan station. After Westergren verified that all the variables worked, nothing was left but the ugly truth. â€œHis last email said, â€˜Oh, my God, I like Celine Dion!â€™â€? Westergren laughs. â€œWe donâ€™t put much stock in cultural prejudices.â€? Just as admirable is Pandoraâ€™s bucking of major record labels. â€œSeventy-seven percent of our artists are independent,â€? he says. As a touring musician himself for yearsâ€”he played in a band called Yellowwood Junctionâ€” Westergren hasnâ€™t forgotten the musicianâ€™s struggle to make a living. Through Pandora, he says, he can offer a new revenue stream for artists. While Pandora makes money from ads on its site and commission from music sales through iTunes and Amazon, the company has never advertised, relying purely on word of mouth. When the Copyright Royalty Board ruling tripled its required royalty payments in 2007, Pandora was saved by their supporters, with 400,000 letters and faxes reaching Capitol Hill in three daysâ€” more than those protesting the Iraq War. â€œThis is definitely disturbing, but itâ€™s fine for us,â€? he says, and resulting negotiations enabled Pandora to stay afloat. This devotion was fully visible at Dominican, with people of all ages thanking Westergren. â€œYou nailed it,â€? a middle-aged lady gushed. â€œIâ€™ve had really strange taste my entire life, and now Iâ€™ve gotten into so much new music!â€? While one older gentleman found Pandoraâ€™s classical offerings too limited, most were elated with the service. According to Westergren, Pandoraâ€™s biggest competitor is traditional radio. â€œThose are the listeners we want,â€? he says. â€œMost of our listeners are in their 20s and 30s, but our fastest growth [is with listeners who are] far older. And theyâ€™re no longer being served by the broadcast industry.â€? Pandora supports the controversial Performance Rights Act, which would require radio stations to pay royalties to musicians. Pandora already does this. â€œWe think the performer should be paid for radio play,â€? Westergren says simply. While Pandora isnâ€™t profitable yetâ€” Westergren hopes to be by yearâ€™s endâ€”its achievement remains a scintillating reminder of why music fans should run the music business. â€œYou will never hear a song on Pandora because a record label told us to,â€? Westergren told the group to rapturous applause. Thatâ€™s an algorithm that deserves a huge thumbs-up. To experience Pandora for yourself, visit www.pandora.com.
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n June 2009, college-rock darlings the Pixies made an announcement that thrilled aging indie rockers. The band would commemorate the 20th anniversary of their release Doolittle with a tour featuring a live replay of the album in its entirety. For a band who hasnâ€™t hit the recording studio since 1991, the buzz around the Doolittle tour was tremendous, with people clamoring to see the band perform their most beloved album. According to the Pixiesâ€™ publicist Holly Ellen Robinson-Fitzgerald, ticket demand for the Doolittle tour is even bigger than the Pixiesâ€™ initial 2004 reunion tour. â€œIt took about an hour for Londonâ€™s 20,000 and Brusselsâ€™ 8,000 tickets to be grabbed up, while all 2,600 tickets for the two-night stand in Dublin were gone in under two minutes, causing a third showâ€”also sold-outâ€”to be added,â€? she stated in a tour press release. â€œAt this stage of the game, weâ€™re not trying to reinterpret the music,â€? Black recently explained to the website Music Radar. â€œWeâ€™re more about replicating records and replicating certain expectations rather than getting all jazzed about it.â€? As more and more bands announce the performance of entire albums live, the question arises: Is this an artistically motivated attempt to recreate an emotionally compelling creation, or is it an easy way to get fans to plunk down hardearned cash for sold-out shows? The list of big-name acts performing old albums in their entirety continues to grow. In September, Bruce Springsteen treated Chicago fans to a reprise of Born to
Run in its entirety. This past spring, MĂśtley CrĂźe celebrated the 20th anniversary of their glam-rock classic Dr. Feelgood with performances of the album. The Melvins dusted off their most accessible album Houdini for a short tour in 2008. The once stage-shy Steely Dan plans will perform Aja as well as The Royal Scam during select October tour dates. Devo recently announced a plan to play back-to-back nights of Q: Are We Not Men? A: We are Devo! and Freedom of Choice, revisiting the pinnacle of their career success. Like the Pixies, some of these artists have not written a new song in years, but that hasnâ€™t stopped them from â€œgiving the people what they want,â€? which seems to be recycled tunes sung in a new era. Fans are torn on the issue. While some have rushed out to buy tickets, others view the albums-in-their entirety tours as a moneymaking grab. One particularly virulent commenter on NPRâ€™s All Songs Considered blog grumbled that the Pixies should get back together for real, record a new album and tour with new songs or â€œhang it up.â€? So when exactly did the concept of performing an entire album live from start to finish begin? Barry Hogan, founder of All Tomorrowâ€™s Partiesâ€”a yearly music festival curated by different artistsâ€”has publicly claimed responsibility for the trend, saying it began in 2004 with the Stooges playing Fun House for his festivalâ€™s successful, ironically named Donâ€™t Look Back series. Donâ€™t Look Back has attracted numerous artists. In 2008, Public Enemy dusted off It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. While at first reluctant to revisit the politicalrap opus, they embraced the concept and ended up playing the album on tour. ('
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Cat Power has performed her complete melancholy gem The Covers Record at ATP, while Sonic Youth treated ecstatic fans to their epic guitar-noodler Daydream Nation during a 2007 tour. But what about the potential dark side to the trend? How many bands are going to jump on the bandwagon before it overflows with the scary prospect of MC Hammer breaking out the gold pants for a reprisal of Please Hammer Donâ€™t Hurt â€™Em? Matt Breece, a long-time fan of the Cult who owns copies of their album Love on CD, vinyl and cassette, had no qualms about buying a ticket for this summerâ€™s performance of the album in San Diego. He also doesnâ€™t think thereâ€™s cause for concern regarding the avalanche of bands playing entire albums live. â€œI knew exactly what to expect as far as set list was concerned. I wouldnâ€™t have gone if I thought they were playing a mix of new and old material,â€? he says. â€œPlaying an entire album guaranteed I wonâ€™t have to listen to a lot of new songs that werenâ€™t that good.â€? Rather than seeing the tour by a nostalgic favorite as a grab for money, Breece has a different take on the albums-in-their-entirety concept: he believes that the art of the album is being lost. â€œWe increasingly live in an iTunes world where people listen to just a couple songs by an artist and rarely listen to a full album from start to finish. An entire album can have the arc of a novel or a film, being a complete artistic piece,â€? he says. â€œItâ€™s nice to listen to the performance as a complete piece rather than a greatest-hits shuffle. It revitalizes the album as a work of art.â€? Other fans have loved seeing albums in their entirety strictly for the nostalgia factor. Last year, Liz Phair celebrated the 15th anniversary of her most critically successful album, 1993â€™s Exile in Guyville, with a series of performances. Jessica Duran of Sonoma County was at the San Francisco show, and for her, being transported back in time was one of the nightâ€™s most enjoyable factors. â€œIt was fantastic! Like a time warp, I couldnâ€™t have dreamed up better,â€? Duran says. â€œLiz was all denim cutoffs and ripped tights, just like the days when her album came out. It was like she recreated her entire early â€™90s self, and it was perfect.â€? To Duran, seeing Exile in Guyville allowed fans to remember the Phair that they had loved years before, rather than the majorlabel singer who went on to sing radiofriendly hits. â€œIt was definitely a way for her to revisit and reconnect with her early success, before she â€˜jumped the sharkâ€™ and started singing cotton-candy lyrics,â€? Duran says. With tickets selling for upwards of $50â€“$70 for most in-its-entirety tours, thereâ€™s something to be said for knowing exactly what one is getting into. When the Pixies play Doolittle, everyone will know that â€œBone Machineâ€? will be followed by â€œDebaser.â€? The spontaneous glory of impulse and improvisation, in a way, might be lost to the comfort of the expected, the backward fall into nostalgiaâ€™s warm embrace. It can be fun to remember old times, but like the high school quarterback after school is out, thereâ€™s a danger in relying too much on past glories. As long as the money rolls in and the crowds continue to yearn for the oldies but goodies, bands will be content to do just thatâ€”in its entirety.
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Narrow Way steps up with savage â€˜Riff Raff â€™ By David Templeton
n a garbage-strewn, rat-infested room in a derelict Brooklyn apartment, two petty criminals are hiding out after a Halloweennight drug deal gone terribly wrong. Billy â€œTorchâ€? Murphy is sick, bleeding and terrified. Mike Leon, known as â€œ20/20â€? for his ability to see details that escape others, can only see one way out of this particular jamâ€”by reaching out to his childhood friend (and one-time prison cell mate) Tony â€œthe Tigerâ€? Lee, who long ago traded his life of crime for a wife, kids and a laundromat business. The result, as conceived by playwright Laurence Fishburne (yep, that Laurence Fishburne), is a savage battle of wits, emotions and tenuous family bonds that plays as part mystery-thriller, part slice-of-life drama and part hip-hop tone poem. Itâ€™s the kind of playâ€” edgy, risky and rawâ€”with which Narrow Way Stage Company first established its reputation as the bold, ballsy new kid on the block. Founded in 2005, Narrow Way has proven itself willing to tackle almost anything, injecting an intense, fearless, occasionally scattershot energy into subjects ranging from bedroom farce to Shakespeare. With Riff Raff, presented by Sixth Street Playhouse as part of its ongoing â€œguest artistâ€? series, Narrow Wayâ€”working with director Adam Palafoxâ€”has taken a mighty step forward, unleashing Fishburneâ€™s angry, urban exorcism with a blend of ferocious energy and electrifyingly messy invention. That invention is most visible in Palafoxâ€™s decision to double-cast the show, with two sets of actors taking turns each performance. As a result, every show is different, as various combinations of actors change the energy and chemistry from night to night, inviting multiple viewings from the audience. (Iâ€™ve now seen it twice.) In the role of Mike, a small-time criminal with a passive-aggressive sense of loyalty to friends and family, Dan Farley and Chris Ginesi
put entirely different spins on the character. Farleyâ€™s Mike is a frightened, abandoned boy wrapped in a frail facade of calculated tough-guy bravado; Ginesi plays Mike as more openly vulnerable, all twitchy nerves and innocent selfdelusion. Playing Torch, Mikeâ€™s recently discovered half-brother, Clint Campbell evokes an angry void, a human hole long ago filled up with empty rumblings of rage and resentment. In the same role, the heartbreaking and astonishingly believable Freddie Lambert is so good at reflecting Torchâ€™s emotional and physical pain it actually hurts to watch him. As Tony, Nick Christenson and Dan Saski couldnâ€™t be more different. Christensonâ€™s Tony is an imposing presence whoâ€™s clearly not fully comfortable with himself and his choices except in the company of those who either fear or respect him. In another first-rate performance, Saski (recently seen in the Repâ€™s Three Musketeers) delivers Tony as a smart, shrewd â€œlittle guy,â€? who is always thinking and weighing the risks, even when delivering scathingly hilarious prison-yard poetry. Not all of this works smoothly. The range in experience among the actors shows, and the pacing skews wildly from scene to sceneâ€”and with the rotating casting, from night to night. The play itself is sometimes a bit of a problem. Though imbued with three truly captivating, layered characters, Fishburneâ€™s freshman effort carries an unfortunate disingenuousness in its plot, with some of the characters asked to behave in ways early on that, once all of the mysteries are revealed at the climax, seem entirely false for those people as weâ€™ve now come to see them. Still, as an exercise in balls-out acting, as a breath of fresh air in the sometimes too-safe arena of North Bay theater, Narrow Wayâ€™s Riff Raff is vivid, wild and never less than thrilling.
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MILL VALLEY 32 FILM FESTIVAL OCTOBER 8-18
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By David Templeton
sk fans of the worldâ€™s best film festivals, and they will certainly tell you that a festival is only as good as its films. Star-studded receptions and galas, onstage celebrity appearances, major studio sneak-peaks and advance Oscar buzz are only the icing on the cake, and if the cake isnâ€™t all that tasty, thereâ€™s no reason to come to the party. With appearances by Clive Owen, Uma Thurman and Woody Harrelson, a very star-studded opening-night gala and a closing-night party shipboard in the San Francisco Bay, this yearâ€™s Mill Valley Film Festival, produced by the California Film Institute and screening at its Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center as well as throughout Mill Valley, is one of the best. Yet the quality of the films remains the definition of a festivalâ€™s importance, as evinced by the power of the story they tell, and there are plenty of film fans who have come to the conclusion that a story is even more powerful when it is real. This explains the growing number of documentaries which show up annually at the worldâ€™s best cinematic celebrations, including the MVFF, running Oct. 8â€“18. This year, nearly one-quarter of the films on display are documentaries, many of them shining their artistically journalistic light on high-profile homo sapiens whoâ€™ve made their marks in and around the Bay Area. Of these, the loftiest nameâ€”and not the least because it has appeared on a zillion cartons of Ben & Jerryâ€™s ice creamâ€”belongs to Wavy Gravy. This yearâ€™s festival includes
two screenings of Michelle Esrickâ€™s muchanticipated (and cleverly titled) Saint Misbehavinâ€™: The Wavy Gravy Movie (Oct. 9 at Sequoia; Oct. 13 at the Rafael), an affectionate and eyeopening look at the man who evolved from being Bob Dylanâ€™s standup-comic roommate and the clown-clad master of ceremonies at Woodstock into his current station as spiritual goof ball, fundraiser extraordinaire, Berkeley commune dweller and daily practitioner of practical compassion. Described by Paul Krassner as â€œthe illegitimate child of Harpo Marx and Mother Teresa,â€? Wavy Gravy is depicted in the film as the unlikeliest of role models, a street-smart activist who practices what he preaches, and preaches mainly by juggling balls, dropping bad puns and dressing like a clown. The film was seven years in the making, and includes interviews with members of the Grateful Dead, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Ramblinâ€™ Jack Elliott, Odetta, Patch Adams, Buffy Sainte-Marie and the residents of Wavy Gravyâ€™s Hog Farm commune. While Gravy exemplifies a particular kind of everyday grace in action, Marin Countyâ€™s Anna Halprin stands as a symbol of another incredibly potent form of grace. In Breath Made Visible (Oct. 10 at the Sequoia; Oct. 12 at the Rafael), Swiss filmmaker Ruedi Gerber explores the life and works of the legendary Mill Valley dancer-choreographer, blending together interviews and archival footage that at times is visually astounding: writhing dancers silhouetted on the Golden Gate bridge; a slow, single-file parade up the side of a mountain; dozens of brightly garbed senior citizens dancing in their rocking
chairs. Halprin, now 89, is a co-pioneer of the experimental aesthetic approach known as postmodern dance, based on the view that all movement is dance, and that all humans are by their nature dancers. The film includes footage of Halprin rehearsing on her famously enormous backyard deck, designed to serve as a dance floor, and numerous interviews with those whom she has inspired over her long and boundary-bending career. Another inspirational name in the Bay Area is that of an institution, not a single human being: the San Francisco Mime Troupe, the radical, outrageous, progressive theater troupe known for its tuneful, politically spot-on musical satires. In 1985, filmmakers Glenn Silber and Claudia Vianello produced a memorable documentary about the Mime Troupe. Titled Troupers (Oct. 16 at 142 Throckmorton), the film followed the group during one particularly powerful road trip with the prolabor musical Steeltown. To celebrate the Mime Troupeâ€™s 50th anniversary this year, the MVFF has included a one-night-only screening of the 23-yearold filmâ€”with lots of added attractions. Troupers includes a panel discussion featuring former members Peter Coyote, Joan Holden, Wilma Bonet and others, plus a special musical-comedy concert featuring composer and lyricist Bruce Barthol, of the original Country Joe and the Fish. Other notable local documentaries at this yearâ€™s festival include the 27-minute short Hidden Bounty of Marin: Farm Families in Transition (Oct.11 at the Sequoia; Oct. 13 at the Rafael) focused on the 200-plus family farms that stand at the forefront of an agricultural revolution, making prosustainability choices that could have a profound impact on the future of everyday food. The film runs with the movie Homegrown, about a small thriving farm in the gangland heart of urban Pasadena. Though devoid of any overt Bay Area connections, Peter Rodgerâ€™s Oh My God (Oct. 17 at the Rafael; Oct. 18 at the Sequoia) looks as if it could be big. Rodger, disturbed by the hate-fueled rhetoric of prominent religious spokespersons, ventured into the world, camera in tow, asking all he encountered, â€œWhat is God?â€? The resulting three-year journey, covering 23 countries, brought Rodger into encounters with tribal Aborigines, Masai dancers, Tibetan monks and more, all eager to offer their answer to the Big Question. Zombie Girl: The Movie (Oct. 10 at 142 Throckmorton; Oct. 16 at the Rafael) by Aaron Marshall, Justin Johnson and Erik Mauck, follows another kind of quest, as 12year-old would-be filmmaker Emily Hagins struggles to film her own feature-length zombie movie, an improbable task that, in this wildly inspiring documentary, ends up prompting the help of this charmingly blood-obsessed pre-teenâ€™s family and friends, and ultimately the entire filmmaking community of Austin, Texas. Smith Rafael Film Center, 1118 Fourth St., San Rafael. CineArts@Sequoia, 25 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley. 142 Throckmorton, 142 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley. For the full festival schedule and information on individual films and events (including plenty of star-studded parties), visit www.mvff.com or call 877.874.6833.
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I thought that Billy Joe Shaver had finally settled down. Here was a man whoâ€™d cut off two fingers in a lumber mill accident, had lost his son to a heroin overdose, whoâ€™d had a heart attackâ€”youâ€™d think someone was trying to tell him to let his old, rowdy ways fall away. But thereâ€™s a relentless spirit inside of Shaver; the same spirit that led him to define the â€œoutlaw countryâ€? movement by penning songs for Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash. The same spirit that led him to write the incredible album Honky Tonk Heroes. The same spirit, unfortunately, that led him into a 2007 dispute outside Papa Joeâ€™s Texas Saloon in Lorena, Tex., which ended by shooting a man in the face. Both lived to tell the taleâ€”one in court, and Billy Joe Shaver, outlaw extraordinaire, on Friday, Oct. 2, at the Rancho Nicasio. Town Square, Nicasio. 8:30pm. $25. 415.662.2219.
If youâ€™re simply too car-challenged, energydeprived or claustrophobic to attend the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival in Golden Gate Park this weekend, thereâ€™s at least the comfort of knowing that star headliner Emmylou Harris always visits Santa Rosa as part of her annual West Coast jaunt. Harrisâ€™ recent foray into songwriting has served the always-an-interpreter-never-a-songwriter well, and possessed of silken hair and a voice from the heavens, Harris at age 62 still has the power to render breathless even the most callous listeners. Hope for â€œThe Pearlâ€? when she plays with Buddy Miller on Sunday, Oct. 6, at the Wells Fargo Center. 50 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa. 8pm. $30â€“$70. 707.546.3600.
As the oral secretion, saliva tends to stay in our mouths. As the hard-rock band, Saliva has been in spots for World Wrestling Entertainment, the movie The Fast & the Furious, the theme to Nascar 2005: The Chase for the Cup, commercials for Dog the Bounty Hunter, the Japanese manga episode Dragon Ball Z: Bardockâ€”The Father of Goku, as the highlight video soundtrack for the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Blue Jays, the video games BMX XXX, Project Gotham Racing, Test Drive Overdrive, UFC 2009 Undisputed, MX 2002 featuring Ricky Carmichael, and occasionally, on the Billboard charts. Sometimes, they even play concerts, and if they havenâ€™t infiltrated your personal space quite enough just yet, Saliva appear live on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the Last Day Saloon. 120 Fifth St., Santa Rosa. 8:30pm. $18â€“$20. 707.545.2343.
Crawfish Pie Every year, the Maison Dupuy Hotel on Toulouse and Burgundy streets in New Orleans hosts the French Quarter Wine Festival, in which residents of New Orleans celebrate wines from throughout the Napa Valley. Little do they know that across the country, residents of the Napa Valley get together annually to celebrate the food and music of New Orleans. Itâ€™s the Wine County Cajun Food & Music Festival, and it takes over downtown Napa with music by Gator Beat, the Zydeco Flames, Henry Clement, Chief Takawaka & Gumbo Band, the Fred Pepper Dixieland Trio and more. Gumbo, jambalaya and other Louisiana staples will be washed down with beer, beer and more beer, and yesâ€”thereâ€™ll even be someone throwing beads from the parade f loat on Saturday, Oct. 3, in downtown Napa. First & Main, Napa. 1â€“6pm. Free. 707.257.0322.
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Dave Alvin revamps, renews and pays honor few months after his best friend and Guilty Men bandmate Chris Gaffney died in 2008, Dave Alvin was asked to play San Franciscoâ€™s Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival. He couldnâ€™t bring himself to make it a Guilty Men gig so soon after Gaffneyâ€™s death, so he recruited a few of his favorite female players: Cindy Cashdollar (steel/ Dobro), Nina Gerber (electric guitar), Christy McWilson (vocals), Sarah Brown (bass), Lisa Pankratz (drums), and fiddlers/harmony vocalists Laurie Lewis and Amy Farris. Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women made their debut at that show. They hadnâ€™t even rehearsed beforehand, but within weeks, they had recorded Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women, released in May. The last song on the album is â€œQue Sera Sera,â€? a tune Alvin has done as an encore for years, often with Gaffney at his side. As he prepared to hit the road as the only guy in a band full of women, Alvinâ€”whose musical history includes co-founding the seminal roots-rock band the Blasters with his brother, Phil, followed by the cowpunk X offshoot the Knitters, in addition to a proliďŹ c solo careerâ€”sat down to brieďŹ‚y discuss the vagaries of fame. Bohemian: Could there have been a more perfect song to end the recent Gaffney tribute CD with than â€œThe Guitars of My Dead Friendsâ€?? Dave Alvin: I wrestled with the thought of not putting that on and leaving [the album] Chris-free, but it was perfect. The song just summed it all up. In a way, it was Chrisâ€™ way of putting his passing into perspective. Boho: So, are the Guilty Women going to be around for a while? DA: Well, weâ€™ll see if they can stand me. This wonâ€™t be luxurious touring. But everybody in the bandâ€™s kind of a road dog. Boho: Youâ€™re going on what sounds like a great â€œRoots on the Railsâ€? trip with the Flatlanders this fall. DA: Iâ€™m pretty shy, so itâ€™s not normally my idea of a great time. My idea of a great time is hiding. Boho: You never struck me as being a shy guy. DA: Itâ€™s a little-known fact. With the right amount of beer, Iâ€™m a different guy. Iâ€™ve met and worked with some famous people, and sometimes it just goes easy and other times I can be a total gush head. Boho: But itâ€™s different coming from a musician. Youâ€™re at least speaking the same language at a level above gushing fan. DA: Inside, I donâ€™t see myself as that. Iâ€™m still a goofball from Downey. Iâ€™ve gone out of my way not to meet people that I am a fan of. Literally, Iâ€™ve been across the room, which is kind of weird. Just instantly, whatever Iâ€™ve accomplished or done just disappears and Iâ€™m a 14-yearold kid again. To be honest, itâ€™s that way with Cindy and a lot of the gals in the band. Thatâ€™s why we all get along. Iâ€™m intimidated by them. There are moments onstage that are pretty stunning. Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women perform on Friday, Oct. 2, at the Mystic Theater. Eliza Gilkyson opens. 23 Petaluma Blvd. N., Petaluma. 8pm. $25. 707.765.2121. Lynne Margolis
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Fine acting, exuberant language saving graces in uneven â€˜On the Vergeâ€™ he best thing about Eric Overmyerâ€™s absurdist play On the Verge is the torrent of tongue-twisty language articulated by the trio of Victorian â€œlady explorersâ€? at the center of the playwrightâ€™s time-traveling comedy. And the best thing about the just-opened production at Petalumaâ€™s Cinnabar Theater is the obvious relish with which the cast lets Overmyerâ€™s text fall, bounce, rocket and ricochet from their tongues. â€œThe bane of my many travels in the tropics is a bland, mucilaginous paste called manioc,â€? pronounces Mary (Jessica Powell), â€œmade from the forlorn and despicable cassava, a tuber of dubious provenance.â€? Overmyer, clearly, is possessed of a steadfast affection for rhyme and alliteration. â€œWhenever I must palaver with pasha or poobah, I don this tonsorial getup,â€? confesses Fanny (Laura Jorgenson). Remarks the trouser-loving Alexandra, â€œIn Lhasa, on the bonewhite hill of the Potala, before the lunar congregation of Buddhist alchemists, I saw the Dalai Lama himself transmute great buckets of gold coins. Into yak butter.â€? Even the snowball-chucking yeti played by Tim Kniffin, attacking an octet of rotating roles, is given, by Overmyer, a hilariously â€œlanguage-yâ€? howl to hurl. Rich in verbal pyrotechnics, the play is unfortunately anemic in the area of plot or story, presenting a series of random oddities as the three women set out in 1888 and find themselves moving forward, Twilight Zoneâ€“like, toward 1955. The direction by Beth Craven (whose sense of pace was so perfect early this year in The Scene, still one of my favorite productions of 2009) slips up here, allowing the pace to plod along, as if through mud. Other choices, as in a series of perplexingly dim and unclear rear projections stating chapter headings of each new scene, only knock the production further into the mire. While the giddy and well-honed performances, and all that smoldering wordsmithery, are more than reason enough to see On the Verge, one is unlike to arrive at the expeditionâ€™s climax without wishing thereâ€™d been a little more there there. â€˜On the Vergeâ€™ runs Thursdayâ€“Sunday through Oct. 11 at the Cinnabar Theater. Thursdayâ€“Saturday at 8pm; Sunday at 2pm. 3333 Petaluma Blvd. N., Petaluma. $20â€“$28. 707.763.8920. David Templeton
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CATCH ME IF YOU CAN! Very kind, feminine lady, 50s, healthy, hard-working, likes dining out, traveling, exercise. Seeking nice gentleman, in his 50s, to share friendship and LTR. 297187
CHANCES ARE SF, 50s, RN, healthy, good values, hard-working, likes outdoors, traveling, reading, dining out, biking. Seeking honest gentleman, 55-75, for friendship and more. 297193
OPTIMISTIC Friendly, ambitious, adaptable, outdoorsy, personable female, 50s, enjoys museums, dining, travel, coffee shops, the beach, taking walks. Seeking SM, 60s, for friendship and casual dating. 299370
WOMAN WITH GOOD VALUES Friendly, caring, honest, compassionate, classy lady, 20s, wants to meet a man in his 20s for camping, shopping, travel, dining, long drives and walks, and more! Friendship possibly leading to more. 299374
LET’S MEET FOR DINNER Caring, honest, ﬂexible, compassionate woman, 60s, loves dancing, travel, reading, dining out. Seeking similar man, 60s, for LTR. 301189
CAPTIVATING Sophisticated, outdoorsy, friendly, mischievous SF, 50s, likes hiking, kayaking, taking walks. In search of SM, 50-70, for LTR. 301203
GOOD VALUES Shy, friendly, caring, compassionate SF, 60s, nurturing, motivated, enjoys walks, the beach, coffee shops, biking, dining, seeks similar man, 60+, for friendship leading to LTR. 301544
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SHY AND ARTISTIC Single female in her 50s looking for a male who enjoys music, television. Let’s meet and see if we connect! 308997
SEARCH NO FURTHER Sweet single lady, 50s, feminine, sophisticated, optimistic, hard-working, enjoys shopping, tv programs, movies, traveling, reading, quiet nights at home. ISO similar man, 50-59, for serious LTR. 297196
LOOKING FOR LTR Friendly, feminine, nurturing, captivating, bright, personable woman in her 50s who enjoys night clubs, television, dining, dancing, surﬁng, music, seeks similar male, 40-60, for LTR. 301191
TERRIFIC INSIDE AND OUT Goal-oriented single female, 50s, health-minded, intelligent, enjoys camping, outdoor fun, exercise, eating out. desires to meet a wonderful guy, 50-59, for LTR. 297223
OUTDOORSY Bright, compassionate, honest, friendly, adaptable woman, 50s, seeks SM, 40-60, who enjoys dining, dancing, beaches, taking walks, for casual dating or LTR. 301192
FRIENDS OR MORE Nurturing, artistic, bright, hard-working, compassionate, feminine female in her 50s, enjoys music, dancing, travel, the beach, kayaking, dining, taking walks. Seeking male, 50-69, for friendship with the possibility of more. 309768
HONESTY A MUST Hard-working, honest, optimistic, nurturing, ﬂexible, motivated SF, 50s, likes biking, the beach, travel, dancing, hiking, reading, music, seeks similar man, 50s, who is ready for LTR. 301198
ONE HONEST WOMAN LEFT Bright SF, 60s, with good values, ﬂexible and honest, likes reading, camping, travel, taking walks. Seeking similar male, 50-69, for friendship, casual relationship, possible LTR. 309769
CARING AND COMPASSIONATE Friendly, adaptable, outdoorsy, caring, healthy SF, 40s, likes dancing, travel, dining, hiking, the beach. Seeking SM, 30-50, for casual dating possibly leading to LTR. 299368
VERY PERSONABLE Motivated, bright, artistic, hardworking, health-conscious female, 50s, personable and ﬂexible, seeks male, age open, who likes museums, travel, long drives, camping, hiking. 309770
LOOKING FOR LTR Outdoorsy, health-minded, cleancut, honest woman in her 30s, who enjoys biking, dining, shopping, the beach, hiking, taking walks, wants to meet a male in his 30s for LTR. 309772
CAPTIVATING! Adorable, hard-working, classy female, 50s, enjoys museums, shopping, travel, coffee shops, the beach. Seeking SM, 50s, for friendship, casual relationship, or LTR. 309776
A CARING HEART Outdoorsy, ﬂexible, nurturing, feminine woman, 50s, likes camping, long drives, travel, coffee shops, taking walks. Seeking male, 40-59, for LTR. 309777
WAITING ARMS Caring, educated, honest, optimistic, hard-working SF, 30s, enjoys travel, dining out, long drives, the beach, reading, walks, hiking, music and more. Would like to meet like-minded man, 30-40, for LTR. 313123
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TAKE A CHANCE ON ME Motivated, outdoorsy, honest, healthconscious woman, with good values and optimistic attitude, likes most kinds of music, dining out, walks, camping, travel and relaxing time at home. Seeking a nice, honest, active man, 30-40, with similar interests, to spend time with, possible leading to LTR. 313124 MANY FINE QUALITIES Caring, outdoorsy, honest, artistic, hard-working SF, early 50s, optimistic homebody with good values, has many interests including music, dining out, museums, travel, long drives, reading, walks, camping, biking and more. Looking for an honest, downto-earth SM, 50-70, for friendship and dating ﬁrst, possibly leading to something more serious. 313126 ADORABLE AND BRIGHT Caring, friendly, goal-oriented, feminine, honest, compassionate woman, 60s, likes travel, exercise, music, hiking, long drives, dining out, the beach, reading and more. Seeking a great companion, 50-70, to share these activities and quiet times with. 313128 COMPASSIONATE Friendly, honest, artistic, outdoorsy, caring SF, 30s, likes watching tv, dancing, the beach, travel, walks, music, hiking, museums, dining out, more. Searching for a partner in life, 30-50, for possible LTR. 313131 OUTGOING AND FUN Compassionate, caring, friendly, honest SF, 20s, likes going to clubs, camping, hiking, reading, the beach, dining out, more. Looking for a downto-earth, easygoing man, 22-35, for LTR. 313136 LIKE GOING OUT? Honest, goal-oriented personable, artistic, sophisticated, hardworking SF would like to meet a SM, 40-60, who enjoys travel, walks, the beach, music, reading, camping, long drives, museums, tv, dining out, dancing and more. Seeking LTR. 313138 SEEKING LTR Honest, compassionate, artistic, friendly, goal-oriented, caring SF, 50s, health-minded with good values, into music, the beach, dancing, tv, travel, museums, walks, reading and more. Would like to meet SM, around the same age, for companionship. 313139 LIKE PBS? Personable, caring, goal-oriented friendly, artistic, compassionate woman, with good values, likes coffee shops, music, reading, walks, travel, dancing, dining out and more. Looking for honest, respectful man, 50-70, for LTR. 313143
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SEEKING AN OPEN MIND SBM, 33, 250lbs, smoker, enjoys cars, long walks, working out. Looking for SF, 20-65, kids ok, for possible relationship. 304990
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LTR AND LOVE IN BOOTS Italian Taurus, SM, 45, 6’, 218lbs, N/S, N/Drugs, N/D, long hair, educated, published, ﬁnancially/emotionally secure, respectful, inspiring, tender, great sense of humor, enjoys alternative music, dancing, movies, animals, cooking, conversation, mountains. Seeking thin, dancing SWF, 18-33, in boots for LTR. 315052
HOPE TO FIND YOU Sociable, good-hearted, compassionate, healthy gentleman, 63, published writer/poet, D/D-free, non-drinker, enjoys quiet times, home, sports, simple times. Seeking loving, happy, intelligent woman to share life, love, possible LTR. Bay Area preferred. 224839
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COOKING FOR YOU! SWM, 62, 5’10”, 170lbs, N/S, light drinker, clean shaven, hazel eyes, self-employed, loves cooking, jazz and traveling. Seeking a similar woman, 50-80, race unimportant, for possible LTR. 318883
ONE GOOD MAN LEFT SHM, 32, N/S, likes soccer, running. In search of SA/BF for friendship ﬁrst possibly leading to more. 319059
JUST MOVED HERE SWM, 5’7’’, 190lbs, brown eyes, wants to meet soulmate in similar SF, 30-55. I love swing dancing, travel, gourmet cooking, animals, nature. 305800
SOMEONE LIKE ME SWM, youthful 51, 5’11’’, 200lbs, dark hair, hazel eyes, looking for a lady, 40-59, who likes to party, is outgoing, adventurous. 319319
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Men Seeking Women JACK OF HEARTS Handsome dude, 57, good SOH, interesting, spontaneous, fun, adventuresome, looking for attractive woman. I enjoy dancing, concerts, dining out, hiking, beach combing and holding hands also loves animals, dogs, cats and horses. Happy trails! 201639
SPECIAL WOMAN SM, 48, black hair, brown eyes, very outgoing, great personality, likes photography, basketball, music, travel. I’m looking for a woman who’s interested in dating and possibly more. 287933
PERSONABLE Shy SM, 50s, with good values, likes long drives, hiking, walking, travel, dining out. Looking for similar female, 40-60, ready for LTR. 301538
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ARE YOU THE ONE? Bright, artistic, caring, ﬂexible, adorable guy, 50s, likes music, dancing, travel, the beach, dining out. Looking for similar female. 302306
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FUN, INTROSPECTIVE SWM, 52, 6’4’’, in good shape, likes classic movies, reading, hiking, classical music, sailing, the outdoors, travel, the symphony. Looking for SF, 22-50, similar interests. 301801
FRIEND LOVER SOULMATE SWPJM, 56, 5’10”, blue eyes, sandy brown hair, kind, passionate, artistic, sincere, committed and fun, enjoys ocean walks, travel, arts, food, wine andnature. Seeking SF, 50-62, kindred spirit, kind, soft, sensuous, for life’s adventures together. 309779
LOOKING FOR A SF WHO... is independent, conﬁdent and takes care of herself. I like good movies, dressing up for a nice dinner out, skiing, bike rides, hiking, scuba diving, swing dancing, cooking. I’m an honest person who doesn’t believe in playing games. 301540
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READY FOR LTR Shy, friendly, caring, clean-cut, classy SM, 50s, enjoys music, camping, travel, long drives, hiking, beaches, seeks similar woman, 30-50, for LTR. 302300
LET’S SHARE IDEAS Caring gentleman, 60s, intelligent, good morals, clean-cut, likes outdoors, traveling, hiking, reading, ISO nice woman, 50-60, for friendship leading to LTR. 297183
LOOKING FOR LTR Hard-working, healthy, personable, honest, compassionate man, 40s, likes camping, travel, hiking, long drives, beaches. In search of similar female, 30s, for friendship leading to LTR. 302302
THIS ONE’S FOR YOU Single male, in my 40s, honest, goaloriented, caring, outdoorsy, enjoys outdoor walks, long drives, art museums, traveling. ISO similar single female, 18-49, for dating leading to LTR. 297225
THOUGHTFUL, ROMANTIC Warm, sweet, affectionate, handicapped guy, loves humor, cuddling. Sweet-hearted, genuinely nice guy with fun attitude, easy-going, creative, silly, great sense of humor, very goofy at times, animal-lover, loves movies, music, museums and travel. Seeking female to share all my interests with. 315225
LET’S MEET FOR COFFEE SM, 20s, bright, artistic, ambitious, optimistic, personable, likes dining, travel, the beach, walking, exercise. Seeking female, 20s, for possible relationship. 318319
COMPASSIONATE SM, 60s, with good values, likes camping, dancing, dining, reading, hiking, walking, biking. Looking for SF, 50s, for LTR. 318320
SOMETIMES MISCHIEVOUS Optimistic, honest, clean-cut, caring, outdoorsy man, 50s, likes music, walks, long drives, running, watching tv, museums, dining out. Seeking SF, 50s, for companionship. 313135
FRIENDSHIP FIRST Caring, honest, nurturing SM, 60s, enjoys music, watching tv, walks, camping, coffee shops, hiking and museums. Looking for SF, 30-70, for dating possibly leading to LTR. 313144
Men Seeking Men LOOKING FOR LOVE Seeking one man to love and care for completely and forever. Me: SBM, 50ish, affectionate, supportive, genuine, lots to offer. You: just be yourself, imperfect, mature older man, 70-90, with some humor, some laughter. Are you the one? 299175
LOOKING FOR LTR SM, 31, outdoorsy, honest, compassionate, seeks SF, 22-35, who enjoys travel, television, camping, taking walks, the beach and more. 301200
LET’S HAVE SOME FUN Male looking for an older gentleman, 35-65, to teach me the ropes. I haven’t been with too many people. I like watching adult movies and trying new things. 321782
GOOD SENSE OF HUMOR SWM, 59, 5’11’’, 180lbs, non-smoker, blue eyes, sandy brown hair, enjoys ﬁshing, beaches, dining out and more. Seeking female, 55-65, for possible relationship. 309857
SOPHISTICATED Caring, compassionate, hard-working, goal-oriented, artistic SM, 40s, likes camping, dancing, travel. Searching for similar male, 30s, for LTR. 301536
COMPASSIONATE GUY Hard-working, classy, clean-cut, caring, honest male in search of a male, 58-69, who likes night clubs, television, travel, dancing, the beach, taking walks, exercise. 308996
STARTING OVER Separated WM, loves hockey, the outdoors, golf, staying in and watching movies, gardening and more. Would like to meet someone fun who wants to enjoy life. Call me and lift my spirits. 282029
LOOKING FOR YOU SWF, 41, Santa Rosa area, looking for a SWF, 30-45, to hang out and have fun with. 318644 NATURE LOVER Health-conscious, honest, wise, spiritual, artistic, friendly female, 50s, enjoys philosophy, psychology, walking, reading, the beach. Searching for similar female, 50s, for long-term relationship. 302296
Alternative Lifestyles COUPLE SEEKS WOMAN Very attractive, middle-aged, married white couple, she’s 5’2”, 125lbs, 34D. He is 5’11”, 172lbs. Both and very sensual and she is multi-orgasmic. We are N/S, light drinkers, heal-conscious, pleasant, non-pushy. Please be N/S, H/W proportionate, white, Hispanic or Asian, under 55. Bi or bi-curious ok. Discretion assured. Let’s have fun. 314002 FREAKY MAN... looking for a freaky, spontaneous, wild, erotic woman, 18-55, to get together and have some fun, adult times together. 322361 TRIPLE PLAY Handsome, easygoing, discreet, polite gentleman, 57, enjoys couples. I am a WM, 6’, 190lbs, athletic build, well hung and Bi. I also like dominant women. 232423 STRAIGHT/BI GUY Frustrated with different need patterns at home? Understanding older gentleman, experienced, highly discreet, will provide time-tested stress relief for men, 30-50, in good shape; HWP, extremely private setting; no reciprocation expected. Curious? 136702 LET’S TALK! SWM, mid 30s, looking for discreet guys in the Larkﬁeld area for friendship and fun. Call me! 300359 CALL ME BiWM, handyman artist in Marin, 52, 5’6”, 180lbs, dirty blond hair, pale blue eyes, seeks couple or singles for fun in Marin or nearby. 293610 STRAIGHTFORWARD FUN SWM, 39, looking for SF, 18-50, who likes to try new things and isn’t afraid of having a little fun! 304707 JOIN US White couple looking for a female, 18-25, for fun, discreet times together. Give us a call. 311573 READY FOR FUN? SWM, 30, feminine bottom, looking for a top WM, 20-60, for good times and fun. Let’s see where it goes! 311892 SPANK YOU VERY MUCH Woman, thou shalt be spanked. Gentle or hard, clothed or naked, whatever you deserve, by a sexy man who knows how to do it. 288495 SHE-MALE SEEKS GOOD TIMES Want to spend time with a man or a woman. I am very affectionate, beautiful, and love to be held. Interested? 279657
Women Seeking Women GOOD HEART SEEKS SAME GWPF, young 53, tall, slim build, attractive, great SOH, femme/tom boyish, loves music, animals, outdoors, cooking and laughter. Seeking GPF, 45-65, for dating and more. 296665
WHERE ARE YOU? You are 35-45, very feminine, dark, mystical, spiritual, with a sense of humor, know what you like, and want to enjoy life, but not alone. I’m trying to ﬁnd you, where are you? 310085
KEEP IT DISCREET WF, 30s, dark/dark, light complexion, fun-loving, bi-curious, seeks discreet female, 28-55, to have fun and party with. 314779
WHATEVER YOU DECIDE! SM, 5’11’’, 170lbs, light brown hair, blue eyes, athletic build, shaved, smooth and sexy, well-endowed, into a wide variety of pleasures. Anything goes; role play, fantasy fulﬁllment, toys, porn, lingerie. Seeking couples and females to party and play. 316161
TURN THE TABLES Handsome, sane, married WM, 57 is looking for a woman, who knows how to use a strap on, for ongoing, mostly daytime play. I will please you in any way that you want and I take directions well. 318288
GREAT LEGS! Tall, slender cross-dresser, very nice legs, looking for men or a group of men. Give me a call, let’s have some fun! 318996
BD/SM SWM, submissive, wants one or two females or young male for BD/SM, watersports, torture, anal. Never did any of this before, but curious to try now! 319455
SEEKING COUPLES Good-looking bi male, 50, would like to meet bi man/woman couples for erotic interlude. 319986
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Meet Marley • Dog of the Week
Meet Queenie • Bunny of the Week
I was wandering the streets covered in matted fur and fleas. Thanks to the Humane Society, I was given the medical care and grooming I so desperately needed, and am now ready for a loving home. Could you be my new mom or dad? To learn more about adopting Marley or many other homeless animals at the Sonoma Humane Society, please visit us at 5345 Hwy 12 West, Santa Rosa (@ Llano Rd), open everyday from 12-6pm, or check us out online at www.SonomaHumane.org
My name really says it all. I love to be the Queen Bee, but am also willing to share that crown with all of my royal friends. Are you ready to share the throne with me? To learn more about adopting Queenie or many other homeless animals at the Sonoma Humane Society, please visit us at 5345 Hwy 12 West, Santa Rosa (@ Llano Rd), open everyday from 12-6pm, or check us out online at www.SonomaHumane.org
The Adoption Center is open 7 days a week from 12PM - 6PM and is located at 5345 Highway 12 West, Santa Rosa (just 5 miles west of Hwy 101 @ Llano Rd) www.sonomahumane.org
The Adoption Center is open 7 days a week from 12PM - 6PM and is located at 5345 Highway 12 West, Santa Rosa (just 5 miles west of Hwy 101 @ Llano Rd) www.sonomahumane.org
To place your ad call 707.527.1200
SANTA ROSA TREATMENT PROGRAM
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Law Office of Evan E. Zelig Criminal Defense Call today! 707.636.3204 or Toll Free; 888.ZELIGLAW. Available 24/7
Rocks and Clouds Zendo Meditation and Dharma Talk Wednesday nights, 7:00 p.m. 618 South Main Street, Sebastopol. www.rocksandclouds.org 707/824-5647.
$147 Stress Management Seminar for FREE with Laurie Stolmaker, MA, MFT
Encounter God in Silence and Solitude: The Art of Personal Retreat-Taking (Free Workshop) Learn to take time away to encounter God (and yourself!) in ways that deepen your spiritual journey. Wed, Oct 7, 79pm, Journey Center, Santa Rosa, 707-578-2121, www.journeycenter.org.
Discover a unique program that achieves greater well-being, mental clarity, improved health, and relief from stress. Thursday, Oct 15 or Thursday, Oct 29 at 6:45PM. Glaser Center in Santa Rosa. www.solutiontostress.com/free. 707-523-2033
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If you or someone you know is being accused or charged tankless water heaters, high efficiency toilets with a crime, please do not wait to retain counsel. Contact recirculation, general plumbing needs 707.528.8228 the Law Office of Evan E. Zelig today!
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Green Earth Catering Organic and Earth friendly foods and supplies Scott Goree - Entertainment coordinator and business manager. 707.795.7358 home, 707.479.5481 cell firstname.lastname@example.org
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Finding inspiration and connecting with your community
The Journey Center: Christ-centered Spirituality, Healing, & Wholeness Reading room, art gallery, prayer/meditation gatherings, spiritual journey resources, bodywork, bookstore, free WiFi. 1601 Fourth Street, Santa Rosa. www.journeycenter.org 707.578.2121
Shambhala Training Level One: The Art of Being Human A path of fearlessness and gentleness. Friday Night talk - Free. October 16-18 www.santarosa.shambhala.org or call 707.529.1561 for more info.
Mahakaruna Buddhist Meditation Center Offers ongoing introductory and advanced classes. Weds at noon, Tues & Weds evenings 7:30â€“8:45pm Prayers for World Peace, Sun, 10:30â€“11:45am Everyone welcome. 304 Petaluma Blvd., North, Petaluma www.meditationinnorcal.org Share your organizationâ€™s inspiration with over 95,100 Bohemian Readers monthly!
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An Introduction to Meditation and the Teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda By Brother Devananda, Self-Realization Fellowship Minister
A Guided Meditation and Talk followed by an informal gathering
7 p.m. Wed., October 14 Traditional Medicinals 4515 Ross Rd., Sebastopol
Paramahansa Yogananda author of
Autobiography of a Yogi
Public welcome. No charge. Santa Rosa Meditation Group 707-523-9555 www.srf-santarosa.org www.yogananda-srf.org
Unity Church of Santa Rosa
7-week Fall Program
Journey into the Mystery with Rev. Kathy McCall
Based on Deepak Chopraâ€™s book How to Know God, the program will explore the 7 levels of divine experience. Sun Oct 4-Wed Nov 18 Sunday Program (10:30-11:30am) Follow -up Wednesday Night Classes (6:30-8:30pm) 0ME 3FEXPPE )XZ t 4BOUB 3PTB t XXX6OJUZPG4BOUB3PTBPSH
SANTA ROSA TREATMENT PROGRAM
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Your Personality Determines Your Happiness
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Medical Marijuana Certifications
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SUBUTEX/SUBOXONE available for Safe Oxycontin, Vicodin, Other Opiate Withdrawal!
Relapse Doesnâ€™t Mean Failure
Confidential Program. (707) 576 1919
Donate Your Auto 800.380.5257 We do all DMV. Free pick up- running or not (restrictions apply). Live operators- 7 days! Help the Polly Klaas Foundation provide safety information and assist families in bringing kids home safely.
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Medicann - Med. Marijuana Evaluations New Cotati Office Now Open. 866-632-6627 Free I.D. card. 24/7 verification. Doctor/patient confidentiality. Lic. MD. Discount for MediCal, MediCare and Vets.
FREE Nutrition Seminars
Santa Rosa Treatment Program can help. (707) 576 0818
FULL SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLY!
Golden Star Grafix Need a quality designer? Business cards, brochures, flyers, posters, digital collage, cd covers, photographic restoration, general marketing materials. Mark Schaumann 707.795.0924
Weight Management vs BodyFat Reduction. What works and why diets don`t work! Bodylean 707-696-5326. LVMSG.
MacAdvantage Macintosh Computer Repair
MEDICAL MARIJUANA EVALUATIONS
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Green Earth Catering
Black Cat Bar & Humble Pie Restaurant
Scott Goree - Entertainment coordinator and business manager. 707.795.7358 home, 707.479.5481 cell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Music, Drink Specials, Seriously Delicious Food! Open Mic Wednesday nights. A must try! The Black Cat is located at 10056 Main St., Penngrove, 707.793.9480. Check it out now!
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Santa Rosa CopWatch
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First and third Tues at 7, discussion of police accountability and observation plus know-your-rights training. Free Mind Media, 546 Pacific Ave, Santa Rosa, 707.579.1605
Farm-Direct Discreetly to Your Door*
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"Mendocino County's Original" Fine Medicinal Grade Cannabis
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REPRESENTING EMPLOYEES IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT WAGES â€˘ TERMINATIONS
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SKIRT CHASER VINTAGE NEW LOCATION! 208 Davis Street., Railroad Square 707546-4021. ALWAYS BUYING!
Meth and Alcohol Treatment that allows you to keep your day job!
20+ YEARS EXPERIENCE, FREE CONSULTS 719 ORCHARD STREET, SANTA ROSA
Santa Rosa Treatment Program can help.(707) 576-0818.
HAVING A BAD DAY? EVERYDAY? Are your decisions mistreating YOU? NO job, NO family, wrong friendsâ€Ś feeling helpless and hopeless. WE CAN HELP! Please call 707.544.3295 today or visit www.daacinfo.org
Turning Point Residential Program â€˘ 30 to 270 days of treatment â€˘ Opiate Treatment Track â€˘ NEW Payment Plan
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