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2>AA4B?>=34=242;40A8=67>DB4 Dear Rohnert Park City Council: I do not support the development of the Rohnert Park Wal-Mart into a grocery store. Please vote no on this proposal.
A Wal-Mart grocery store will compete directly with Safeway and Raleyâ€™s stores, and will eventually put them out of business. When that happens, local citizens will have fewer opportunities for good, union jobs. That will hurt Rohnert Park. The economic interests of working-class people are literally under siege. We are becoming poorer, many of us reduced to poverty. We are losing our homes, weâ€™re going bankrupt, budget cuts are destroying our ability to properly educate ourselves. We are in bad shape. The further expansion of Wal-Mart into this community will exacerbate this reality by replacing precious good jobs with bad ones. The Rohnert Park City Council must use its authority to defend the economic welfare of citizens by defending decent jobs.
34?C>5C0:8=68C5A><0;;B834B From the Writer, re â€œThe Nukes in Our Backyardâ€? : Your editing to the word â€œgraveyardâ€? was not quite accurate. The graveyard storage for the things is in Pueblo, Colo., in those vast military warehouses. This site is a living history center and the vets who created it are proud of that. From a Reader, re the Yoga Issue, Oct. 7: In your recent article on Bikram yoga, you failed to mention Red Dragon Yoga in Mill Valley in your list of studios that offer Bikram classes. Red Dragon has wonderful teachers and is a great place to practice Bikram. They should have been mentioned under the â€œMarinâ€? studios where you only listed San Rafael Bikram Yoga. From Someone Who Identified Himself Only as â€˜the King of Cheeseâ€™ and Who Tore Off the Top of this Letters Page to Use as Scrap Paper in Handwriting This Note: Dear Gretchenâ€”I was wondering if you think it is a good idea to list the music calendar by date with the artists and locations under each day? I do. P. S., Salâ€™s Bistro [listed with fair regularity in our Dining Guide] is gone. From Some Anonymous Dude (Meant in a Gender-Neutral Way) Who Just Felt Pissy While Reading our Best Of Readers Poll 2009 Handbook, Oct. 14: Once again youâ€™ve named Video Droid of Cotati, who have been out of business for at least three years. Got credibility?
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A 30-year veteran of the climate battles considers the possibility of a clean-tech future By Jessica Lussenhop
r. Stephen Schneider is a climatologist, a senior fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment at Stanford University and a 1992 MacArthur Foundation â€œgenius grantâ€? recipient. He has been in the trenches of the climate change battle since the 1970s and has advised presidents from Nixon to Obama on how to manage the threat posed by global warming. The insanely busy Schneider (the following interview was cobbled together from four separate phone calls during which he was at the airport, grabbing a bite to eat, waiting in a doctorâ€™s
office and rushing to class) is also a member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. His new book, Science as a Contact Sport: Inside the Battle to Save Earthâ€™s Climate, will be published next month by the National Geographic Society. Writer Jessica Lussenhop caught up with him to discuss the 350 conceptâ€”which refers to reducing our current carbon dioxide load to the sustainable figure of 350 parts per millionâ€”and more. The Bohemian: How long have you been on board with the 350-parts-per-million figure?
Stephen Schneider: Since back in the 1970s. We were well below 350, and I was trying to get
us off the pathway of the mega-increases, and we failed. The issue will [now] be, how much are we going to overshoot the safe target? Thereâ€™s no doubt we already have, and we will go far before we go back. As we look to reduce that number, what new technologies are you excited about?
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algae, and the algae can be used for biofuels? Great idea. How about bio-char? Letâ€™s take agricultural waste or forest plantation waste, cook them at 300 degrees for an hour and get the natural gas off of the top, and then get charâ€”which is sort of charcoal at the bottomâ€”which you can add to the soil and sequester carbon. There are even crazy ideas to build artificial trees, a chemical process where you run water by certain kinds of chemicals. And then thereâ€™s a little company in Silicon Valley called Calera, and theyâ€™re going to try and actually see if they can make real cement by a different chemical process that, instead of giving CO2 up when it hardens, it takes it up. So now, will it work? Will any of these things work? We donâ€™t know yet, but weâ€™ve got to give all these clever ideas a chance. Problem is, can you scale it up from the thousands of tons in current demonstrated experiments to the hundreds of billions of tons it has to be to offset a significant fraction of potential CO2 emissions eventually? So the big problem is the s-word: scalability. What are some ideas that youâ€™re not so excited about?
Iâ€™m un-excited about throwing dust in the stratosphere. Itâ€™s called â€œradiative forcing offset.â€? Instead of controlling the CO2, youâ€™re controlling the number of watts per square meter beating on the earth. The reason itâ€™s very unexciting to me is there is a degree of inadvertent climate modification. The second problem is, who do you trust? We now know that the extra CO2 we have in the airâ€”a significant amount of it, 20, 30 percentâ€”is going to last a thousand years in the air. That means we have to have a group of climate controllers for centuries. Do you think that we can trust this planet to have world peace for that long? I mean, to have cooperation, where thereâ€™s not going to be a lapse? And the final reason is, it doesnâ€™t stop ocean acidification. The only way I could conceive of why they would want to do radiative forcing management would be if the world proves to be so morally bankrupt and does absolutely nothing in the next 25 years, and megacatastrophic outcomes start to occur. You know, super-hurricanes and all that stuff. People say, â€œOh my God, what have we done?â€? It takes another 30 years to slow down the supertanker, and then we used this kind of stuff for a few decades while we invent carbon-removal geo-engineering. I might reluctantly say, â€œWell, if you have a heroin addict and you initially get them on methadone on the way to the hospital, itâ€™s probably better than dumping them.â€? What about solutions on a policy level?
One is performance standards. California has the lowest energy use and the lowest carbon dioxide footprint per capita. Itâ€™s a big footprint, but per capita itâ€™s the lowest in the United States. Europe and Japan are around California. So how could that happen? Thereâ€™s always been a culture of public protection. California has had, for the last 40 years, rules, and these rules are very strict building codes on double-pane windows and insulation and air conditioners and refrigerators and lots of other things. The states have to set up an energy commission, and the energy commissions set the rules. The U.S. must do this, the rest of the world
must do this. Itâ€™s what we call the lowhanging fruit. Itâ€™s the cheapest way. Then thereâ€™s the tax on carbon. Thatâ€™s the market solution. It could be a direct priceâ€” meaning you just have a tax, $50 per ton of carbon dioxide emittedâ€”or a shadow price, which is a cap. Youâ€™ve heard of cap and trade. What cap and trade means is that you cap the emissions, x number of million tons for the whole economy. Now that means every power plant and every other person has some limit. And youâ€™re not going to cap an individual driving a car, so what youâ€™re going to do is cap the gasoline purchasers. Itâ€™s got to be mandatoryâ€”either cap or price. I prefer price, I could live with a cap. Iâ€™ll manage. The last part of itâ€”for me, I will pay more money. So will you. Everybody will pay more money. But weâ€™re already paying money in the form of burned-down forests and children with asthma. Thatâ€™s what we call â€˜external cost.â€™ Youâ€™ve got to make the price of energy include all the costs. Thereâ€™s one side of the problem. Weâ€™ve got a world used to the current price, and for those people with low incomes, itâ€™s going to be very difficult. For me, itâ€™s going to affect the quality of the Pinot Noir I drink. A poor person, itâ€™s going to affect the quality of the protein their family eats. So not only do you have to protect the commons by having a fee for dumping your waste in the atmospheric sewer, but you also have to deal with the people who would be differentially hurt. I do not believe you hold the sustainability agenda of the planet hostage for poverty. Youâ€™ve got to cure poverty, but not by artificial low prices and energy. So what you would have to do is two things: protect the commons through increasing the price of energy, and then deal with poverty through, say, vouchers for people to buy a very highly efficient new hybrid car, free or low-cost improvement to the energy efficiency of their homes or a cash return. We have to deal with equity, and we have to deal with environmental effectiveness, and this means two acts of good governance in a world that has trouble getting one act of good governance. So Iâ€™m not pretending what Iâ€™m saying is easy. But thereâ€™s no defensible reason we couldnâ€™t do everything I just said. The only thing is political will and peopleâ€™s awareness.
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Do you see that kind of political will in the Obama administration?
Dramatically. Relative to the past, dramatically. Remember, in the previous administration we were going in the wrong direction. In this administration, what weâ€™ve got is the political will to get things done. Theyâ€™ve put their money where their mouth is. They got with the stimulus bill $100 billionâ€”thatâ€™s a lot of moneyâ€”for green-tech development. They still have congress in bed with all the special interests in their districts. Every coal mine, every power plant, all the farmers who want to use fertilizer at the lowest priceâ€” these people only think about their own bottom line and their own backyard, never concerned about the country and less about the planet. So the difficulty is, heâ€™s got to fight with the pork-barrel lions in congress, including Democrats, and it takes major leadership. Heâ€™s got to make compromises, but heâ€™s got to turn the ship around. You donâ€™t turn a tanker around quickly. THE BOHEMIAN
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ast night, I watched Milk, that lovely Gus Van Sant biopic featuring gayrights activists who take their fight â€œout of the closet and into the street.â€? Today, I participated in our countryâ€™s raging healthcare debate by lighting a â€œvirtual candleâ€? at MoveOn.org. I then attempted to save farm animals from abuse by affixing my name to an internet petition. And I signed a second virtual petition to â€œTell the President: Save Our Arctic Habitat!â€? At some point during all this, I realized there was a reason those â€™70s activists were so svelte. Harvey Milkâ€™s crew was really out there, marching in the street, working those calves, screaming their dissent. Todayâ€™s political activism is increasingly taking the form of point-and-click. Passing initiatives sure doesnâ€™t burn as many calories as it used to. Itâ€™s hardly a secret that the same people who raised hell in the â€™60s are often the only people raising hell today. Recent Huffington Post and Washington Post articles lament the lack of young people involved in the healthcare debate, and theyâ€™re right: you donâ€™t see any hot Emile Hirsch lookalikes out there with a bullhorn. At a time when the hordes of this countryâ€™s uninsured college grads ought to be rioting en masse, youâ€™re more likely to find them mucking about on Facebook. Itâ€™s not that they donâ€™t care; itâ€™s just that theyâ€™d rather save the world comfortably and in a hassle-free manner in between bouts of Jewel Quest and â€œWhich Spiderman Character Are You?â€? memes. Facing the worst economic climate since the Dust Bowl, often working harder for far less than their parents made, itâ€™s understandable that todayâ€™s crop of working stiffs would rather crawl home to Hulu after work than haul ass to the nearest protest. And my own efforts to get physically involved in the defining political battle of our time have been considerably hampered by the fact that no one is staging any significant counterrevolution to the Red Scare Teabag morons who continue to grab headlines across the
country. When Harvey Milk ran for supervisor, his campaign was a miracle of community organizingâ€”and leadership. When was the last time anyone saw a political official out on the front lines, bullhorn in hand? â€œProgressive,â€? is about to become every bit as tainted a moniker as â€œliberalâ€? or â€œfeminist,â€? but this time it will be our own fault. Progressive is a dynamic word, implying motion, vitalityâ€”progress! Whoever is in charge of the current â€œmovementâ€? (hey, who the hell is in charge?) seems rather adverse to breaking a sweat. Outpaced by Jehovahâ€™s Witnesses, not one canvasser has shown up on my doorstep to ask me to sign something. Not one of them has jumped up on a box outside of Safeway and harangued me into community service. And not one has had the balls to stand up in the middle of a Town Hall tirade and scream, â€œHey, dickhead! Medicare is a government-run program!â€? Of course, itâ€™s no good trying to guilt-trip anyone. Maybe, rather than incited, the revolution ought to be repackaged as our last best hope of shedding patriotic pounds. If we could just find a leaderâ€”a political Richard Simmons, if you willâ€”to get us off of our asses and into the streets. If we could just participate in those group exercises our country so desperately needs. Teabaggers may be unsightly, but theyâ€™re looking a hell of a lot better than Barney Frank who, verbal calisthenics aside, is rapidly becoming the all-too fleshy face of a political movement undermined by Facebook-age passivism.
At a time when the hordes of this countryâ€™s uninsured college grads ought to be rioting en masse, youâ€™re more likely to find them mucking about on Facebook.
Hannah Strom-Martin received her MFA in creative writing from the University of Southern Maine. A California native, she hopes to make her living by writing about elves, social justice and other imaginary creatures. Open Mic is a weekly feature in the Bohemian. We welcome your contribution. To have your topical essay of 700 words considered for publication, write firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Can one utility block Marinâ€™s climate-protection efforts?
By Juliane Poirier
tâ€™s amazing what people will do for money. Woody Guthrie wrote â€œRoll On Columbiaâ€? for the Bonneville Power Administration in 1941. That was back when lyrics like â€œYour power is turning our darkness to dawnâ€? might persuade a naĂŻve public to celebrate hydroelectric dams (the way cement contractors were undoubtedly celebrating them). It was a clever marketing strategyâ€”for that era. In this era of climate crisis, dumbing the public down takes a bit more than folk propaganda sung to the tune of â€œGoodnight Ireneâ€?; now it takes a well-funded confusion and fear campaign, similar to what PG&E has launched in Marin and aims to take all the way to the ballot in June. The utility wants to stop informed communities such as Marinâ€”and other climate-protecting jurisdictions, including those in the San Joaquin Valleyâ€” from buying their own electricity through a Community Choice Aggregation plan. Why? The new citizencontrolled power purchasing will not only replace dirty electricity with cleaner power, give Marin the authority to negotiate its own energy contracts and significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the North Bay, but it will also divert millions of dollars from PG&E. No big surprise that the utility wants to keep jurisdictions out of the powerpurchasing business. Marin appears undaunted. So far, all cities in the county except Corte Madera, Novato and Larkspur have joined up to create a citizen-driven initiative to give people options. Ratepayers will be free to stay with the current PG&E product (85 percent nonrenewable energy from coal, nuclear, natural gas and large hydroelectric projects). Or participants may select from two renewable products to be offered by a new program, Marin Clean Energy: a Light Green product, between 25 and 50 percent renewable and increasing to 100 percent within seven years; and a Dark Green product already 100 percent renewable. The Light Green option will result in no additional charges to a ratepayer; the Dark Green option will cost a few dollars more for those who want to pay extra to help protect the climate. Marin
Clean Energy will cut up to 500,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year. And it will cut PG&Eâ€™s profits. â€œThis program,â€? says Marin Energy Authority interim director Dawn Weisz, â€œwill take about $94 million per year away from PG&E. We will be taking that money to buy renewable energy, and the money left over will be used to fund local renewable and energy-efficiency projects.â€? To block the potential for other Community Choice Aggregation projects, PG&E is funding a ballot initiative for next June. â€œThe initiative would require a two-thirds vote for any community that wants to launch a similar program,â€? Weisz explains. â€œPG&E has put $3 million into the initiative so far, and there are no other funders.â€? Government organizations, on the other hand, are not permitted to spend public dollars to support or promote ballot issues. According to Weisz, there has been a lot of lobbying by PG&E, represented by former assemblyman Joe Nation and former Marin County supervisor Gary Giacomini. â€œThere was some confusion, possibly from PG&Eâ€™s reps,â€? Weisz says, â€œwhich led a few jurisdictions to believe there would be a burden on their general fund, which is not the case with this program. It is possible that Novato may reconsider their position. If they donâ€™t join before this ballot initiative passes, we would not be able to expand our territory without a two-thirds vote.â€? Communities and climate will suffer if the ballot passes, but Californiaâ€™s three private utility companiesâ€”PG&E, Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas and Electricâ€”will not be impacted. â€œThe PG&E ballot initiative also attempts to have an impact on how the public energy providers spend revenue,â€? Weisz says. â€œPublic utilities like SMUD will likely be impacted.â€? While PG&E dollars continue to buy fear and fuel a climate-violating ballot initiative, Marin Clean Energy is proceeding to circulate the final contract for purchase of renewables. Interestingly, this level of transparency is never practiced by private utility companies. Marinâ€™s 90-day period for public review and comments is the kind of transparency practiced by communities serious about climate-protection goals.
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ed King sat sipping a cold Corona on the beach in Todos Santos, Mexico, waiting for the areaâ€™s storied green flash at sunset. He was on vacation with his wife, Suzanne, a high school Spanish teacher, taking time between jobs to ponder what his next move in the game of life might be. It was February of this year, and King, a freelance consultant for the organic food industry, had watched his client base dwindle with the economic downturn. He felt he had two choices: dust off his rĂŠsumĂŠ and struggle back into a suit to job-hunt or strike out on a venture of his own. â€œI was at that point in life where it was â€˜now or never,â€™â€? King remembered recently, seated on the deck of his Forestville home. â€œThe timing in
our lives seemed right. If I failed on my own, it would be back to the suit and tie.â€? King had quietly pondered a change for a while; his 25 years of experience in specialty organic food companies would be a good start. He also wanted a business he could run from his homeâ€”or from anywhere, for that matterâ€” with wifi and a cell phone. Sitting on the beach, he experienced a f lash of another sort: the right idea for a business. â€œI wanted to do something I felt good about, something different, find a new product,â€? he says. Having attended dozens of food shows and having been exposed to hundreds of products, King knows what is out there and what not to try. â€œThere always seems to be a star product of the year, whether itâ€™s chocolate or coffee or a new flavored hot sauce with a catchy name. Itâ€™s a process of elimination,â€? he explains. â€œI thought of
salad dressings as a stale category. Itâ€™s not updated for todayâ€™s consumers. I realized I could make something unique.â€? King envisioned a product that would be a balance between homemade salad dressing, which can be time-consuming for busy cooks, and store-bought, bottled dressing, quick but not as satisfying. He also wanted it to be adaptable, able to complement whatever meal was being served. Open any fridge, and most hold a doorful of halfused condiment bottles. Hoping to avoid that unsavory scenario, King came up with the idea of a salad dressing kit that would hold two organic spice packets, a glass mixing jar for adding oil and vinegar, and a recipe sheet of dressing alternatives and marinades developed by his wife. The â€œDress It Upâ€? Naturally Organic Tuscan Dressing and Marinade Kit was born. At least in theory. Next came the hard part, making his dream a reality. Once back at home, King &+ THE BOHEMIAN
started doing research at local food stores to see what was on the shelves and how it was priced. Other than Good Seasons, the Kraft salad dressing kit that has been around since 1958, King found little to compete with the product he had in mind, and certainly none both organic and kosher. He next considered whether the product could be profitable, so he could reinvest the income for the companyâ€™s growth. â€œI penciled in costs and found it was a potentially viable product,â€? King says. â€œIt is slightly more expensive than conventional dressings, but Iâ€™m using all-organic ingredients: pure cane sugar, not processed sugar or fructose syrup, and herbs and spices from organic, sustainable farming co-ops throughout the world.â€? Any organic product must be certified by Quality Assurance International, an organic authority which monitors production from beginning to end to make sure the item meets its guidelines. King wanted the dressing to be kosher, and therefore needed the approval of the Rabbinical Council of America, part of the Orthodox Union. He feels that by making the item kosher, he can reach a wider market, and that public perception of kosher items is that they are purer and healthier. Both certifications add to the cost. â€œI did very creative financing,â€? King chuckles. Since his past ventures had been successful, he was able to put seed money toward the project. â€œIt is part of the learning experience. I am aware that the budget and timelines expand on any project. I have my eyes open to the sacrifices it takes to get the ball rolling, like selling my midlife-crisis sports car, but I feel that passionate about it.â€? King has found budgeting a low point of the process. â€œIâ€™ve had to make wild guesses. Itâ€™s not yet an established business, and there is no track record for potential backers to see.â€? King has negotiated to make future promises to suppliers to get things going now. For example, he has bought twice the number of boxes needed for the first production run in order to get a lower price. He wonâ€™t be billed for the boxes for six months, so has time to sell the first products to pay for the second run. â€œIâ€™ve got to have faith and optimism, otherwise I might be shingling my roof with the excess boxes,â€? he jokes. Budget in place, King is in production and says he feels very fortunate to have a great resource pool. â€œMy former co-workers and other individuals have given me a lot of outside help. They are key in making me feel good about what I am attempting.â€? Recognizing his business strengths and weaknesses, he has contracted much of the work out rather than attempting to develop each component of the project himself. After coming up with the basic spice blend, King turned the research and development over to an independent contractor for the final tasty product. This freed him up to attend to packaging. And to look south. â€œSouthern California is the most costeffective place for packaging, but Iâ€™m still looking for local companies with the
capabilities to portion out the seasonings into envelopes and seal them,â€? King says. â€œSpecial equipment is needed, plus the plant has to be certified kosher and organic. Food manufacturers in the Bay Area are a declining breed, but Southern California has a strong food-manufacturing and packing base.â€? King has also audited the companyâ€™s facilities to make sure they have both the appropriate safety standards and exacting quality-assurance standards, and can meet the demand for quantities needed. â€œI have to feel comfortable that they are using good standard manufacturing practices without me being there every second,â€? he says. King tossed around different names for the dressing, finally settling on Dress It Up. â€œIt gives the connotation of an upscale, well-made dressing. I had to research if the domain name was taken or if itâ€™s been copyrighted, learning as I went. Googleâ€™s been my friend,â€? he laughs. A local graphic artist developed the â€œshelf attractiveâ€? packaging design while King wrote the copy. Past colleagues helped with the aesthetics of the packaging, giving it a clean look while including all the crucial information. With the dressing in production and a mocked-up kit, King is ready for the most important step: sales. â€œIâ€™m looking forward to it,â€? he enthuses. â€œI have very good mentors who are helping me with what and what not to say during my presentation.â€? King has acquired his first clients through six degrees of separation, falling back on his experience in the food business and using his established networks of professional relationships to help him make contacts. â€œGetting an initial meeting was fairly easy, but then I had to sell them on why they need my product and the benefit of having it on their already crowded shelves. I let them taste the product and pitched my positives. You only get about 20 minutes. When I get my â€˜yesâ€™ I pack up and get out before they can change their minds.â€? What advice does King offer to other aspiring entrepreneurs who might be dreaming on a Mexican beach? â€œOther peopleâ€™s help is the key,â€? he stresses. â€œIt took my wifeâ€™s leap of faith to allow me to do thisâ€”I canâ€™t say enough about that. Donâ€™t hesitate to contact the experts in the field; you can take or leave their advice, but at least you have their words. Throughout the process, take a step back and keep the big picture in mind. I almost made a different product due to costs, but I stayed on course. Donâ€™t change paths because itâ€™s the easier one to take, and definitely be f lexible and open-minded. â€œYou must have passion and really feel in your heart that what youâ€™re doing is right. The passion will sustain you when you hit bumps,â€? he laughs, â€œand there are always going to be bumps.â€? For retail inquiries, contact Ted King at getkind@ aol.com. Dress It Up Naturally Organic Tuscan Dressing and Marinade Kit will be available at Petaluma Market and Pacific Market in Sebastopol soon. One percent of the companyâ€™s net proceeds are committed to the Conservation Fund.
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On the pricier-but-for-a-better-cause-than-merely-yourown-stomach side of things, Marin Organicâ€™s annual fundraiser is slated this year for Oct. 25 at Sausalitoâ€™s Cavallo Point Lodge. More than just a dinner, this is an experience, and it clocks in at the experiential price of $250 per person or $350 a couple. Five hundred dollars buys a chance to dine with either Italian master butcher Dario Cecchini, featured in Bill Bufordâ€™s book Heat, or artist Douglas Gayeton, author of Slow: Life in a Tuscan Town. Any ticket purchases entry to the art show preceding the dinner, beginning at 5:30pm; those not dining should expect to tithe $75 to Marin Organic for the pleasure. Wood-roasted, pasture-raised lamb, slow-cooked fall greens with black garlic au jus and coalroasted beets with quinoa, fresh ricotta and a trufďŹ‚e emulsion are among the promised menu items. Thatâ€™s a charitably large yum. To learn more, go to www.marinorganic.org. . . . â€œSocial Media Sommelierâ€? Gary Vanerchuk, owner of Wine Library TV, a video blog devoted to all things enophiliac that is somehow a $60 million dollar business, will be at V. Sattui Winery on Oct. 24 to read from and sign his newest, Crush It! Why Now Is the Time to Cash in on Your Passion, which details how businesses can harness the power of the web to endlessly expand. V. Sattui is donating a portion of the daysâ€™ proceeds to a local school. Learn more at www.vsattui.com. . . . Stryker Sonoma Winery takes a funny attitude toward business, pairing wine education with standup comics from the San Francisco Comedy College, launching the Comedy in the Cellar series on Oct. 24, staring with a wine-release party and food, followed by a light-hearted winetasting class and wrapping in the barrel cellar with comics Kellen Erskine and Jeff Applebaum. Call 800.433.1944 for details. . . . Graton Ridge Cellars hosts a Pink Party to honor breast cancer awareness on Oct. 25 with free wine and food and a â€œPretty in Pink Wall of Fameâ€? featuring portraits and names of those affected by breast cancer. 707.823.3040. . . .
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Longboard Vineyards hails surf legend Peter Mel, the waves of the legendary Mavericks surf spot near Half Moon Bay and those surf photographers collected in the traveling exhibit, â€œMavericks: Everest of the Seas,â€? Oct. 23â€“25 at the tasting room, with an opening reception Oct. 23 from 5pm to 9pm. Mel is also the guest winemaker for Longboardâ€™s new Cabernet, celebrated that night. Hook up with it at 707.433.3473.
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I joined some out-of-towner art aďŹ cionados who had just dropped in because of the artwork on Hauckâ€™s label. What I had originally and mistakenly surmised was a disquieting artistâ€™s rendition of Margaux, an earnest Weimaraner who appears on Hauckâ€™s Sauvignon Blanc label, actually depicts a mountain lion and a deerâ€”in what disquieting or perhaps surprisingly peaceful pairing Hauck says is open to interpretation. Although perhaps too often compared to art, wine is also open to interpretation, the grape being far less portable. Wine fans Greg and Jennifer Hauck became enamored of Sonoma County through their travels, convinced that they must make their own Bordeauxstyle wines. So they uprooted themselves from the peach tree state and landed in this 1948 Quonset hut just off the Healdsburg plaza. The tin-roofed hut has been many things over the years: laundry, army surplus store, and more recently, the Chateau Felice tasting room. It sports a long bar with plenty of elbow room.
Hauck Cellars, 223 Center St., Healdsburg. Open Fridayâ€“ Tuesday 11:30amâ€“5pm; until 7pm Friday and Saturday. $10 fee; one taste free. 707.473.9065.
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Hauck says theyâ€™re discontinuing their Syrah program, and not without good reason. The otherwise balanced 2005 Russian River Valley Syrah ($25) is marred by funky aromas of wet hay and chopped weeds. Hauck says they had wanted a simple table wine like theyâ€™ve enjoyed in French country inns, but have not been happy with it; indeed, if only it was not a California Syrah, it might be lauded for its rustic typicitĂŠ.
We are now offering a public tour of our historic winemaking facility!
The 2006 Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ($48) has a pretty raspberry nose much like the Zin, with a plush structure, and garnered best of class at the 2009 Harvest Fair. With distinct notes of cranberry-cherry, and a hint of licorice, the 2006 Tableau ($49) Bordeaux style blendâ€™s best feature is the sleek ďŹ nish of a claret some years its senior, only lightly astringent, not grippy or drying.
No matter. The Haucksâ€™ self-stated aim is to be the â€œbest Bordeaux house in Sonoma County.â€? Thatâ€™s a tall order, but so far, not bad for kids from the Atlanta metropolitan area.
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ome 600 people, many with gray ponytails, fill the auditorium at the Sonoma Country Day School. Their earnest metal water bottles clank as they settle into their seats. A short film plays, featuring ugly potato puppets portraying John and Yoko in bed. Instead of protesting the Vietnam War, the two are protesting climate change. Even as a tuber, Yoko remains a fresh object of derision to boomers. Her little potato mouth promises to â€œscream a song to Mother Nature.â€? The audience howls delightedly. They remember John and Yoko. A short documentary screens, showing area high school students working for climate change. The audience claps heartily. Theyâ€™re proud of their grandchildren. An elderly musician in Birkenstocks is ushered on. Dreary songs about the earthâ€™s demise commence, the musician exhorting the dutiful audience to sing along. Sitting in the front row, author and climate
change activist Bill McKibben is game. â€œSave some trees for me,â€? he mouths, his head bobbing. The musician thankfully finishes and, after a brief introduction, McKibben quickly mounts the stage steps. The feeling in the room changes instantly. Having flown down from Alaska that morning, McKibben has been on five continents during the last nine days. â€œIf the planet isnâ€™t warming up,â€? he jokes, â€œitâ€™s not for lack of me trying.â€? But the planet is warming up. Unable to stop it personally, McKibben is instead the relentless messenger of its alteration. Like food activist Michael Pollan, McKibben is tall, lean, ascetic, ridiculously well-educated and somewhat ill at ease in his role of scientific soothsayer. Like Pollan, heâ€™d rather be in his home office writing than lecturing on our imminent demise. Unlike Pollan, heâ€™s still stuckâ€”on this night at leastâ€”with the earnest, the gray ponytails, the activists who remember John and Yoko. Heâ€™s preaching to the converted, as the Prius-packed parking lot connotes. Heâ€™s telling
educated, concerned citizens what they already know. Almost nothing, other than the plain dire facts of his humor-laced presentation, is new to them. His message couldnâ€™t be more important, yet heâ€™s not a household name. Not yet, at least. While Pollanâ€™s meme can be memorized like a short poemâ€”eat food, not much, mostly plantsâ€”McKibbenâ€™s is even easier. Itâ€™s simply a number: 350. Three hundred and fifty, the amount of carbon parts per million in the atmosphere that NASAâ€™s top climate scientist Jim Hansen has counseled will most closely support the earth upon which human civilization arose. McKibben has organized an international day of action in countries as disparate as Yemen and Croatia slated for Oct. 24 and known as 350 Day to highlight the number because 350 parts per million (ppm) is 37 numbers lower than the 387 ppm level that the atmosphere is currently at now. In other words, weâ€™ve already crossed what McKibben calls â€œthe red lineâ€? for succoring the climate upon which human civilization arose. By lots. '* THE BOHEMIAN
he author of 12 books, including the seminal 1989 global-warming text The End of Nature, McKibben, 49, is the kind of easy intellectual who joined the staff at the New Yorker magazine just after graduating Harvard. He has written about subjects ranging from Hundred Dollar Holiday, in which he outlines spending just that amount on winter festivities, to Maybe One: A Case for Smaller Families, which advocates having just one child, as he and his wife, the novelist Sue Halpern, have done with their daughter, Sophie. But all is not simply an orange stuck in a stocking for the lonely Christmas of an only child with McKibben. His relentless sense of humor and his indefatigable energy make him a fascinating magnet. A religious man who teaches Sunday school at the Methodist church near his Vermont home, McKibben needs that energy to survive the task he has set himself this year, one in which he will have spent 355 of the annumâ€™s 365 days on the road, away from his wife and daughter, spreading the word about climate change. For McKibben, it is a moral necessity. He knows the truth about global warmingâ€”heâ€™s seen it first-hand from Bangladesh to Pakistan to Phuket to Mongolia to China. Global warming and climate change are not coming, he counsels: theyâ€™re here. The 10 feetâ€”feetâ€”of water that fell last month on Taiwan is just one of an alarming number of natural calamities that attest to that. McKibben has had dengue fever in Bangladesh, seen a rock new to human eyes suddenly emerge from a Mongolian glacier and knows that rising sea levels are already salinating the fresh Ganges River. If he doesnâ€™t personally deliver this truth to every person he can possibly grab by the lapels, he will have failed himself. He will have, in fact, harmed his own soul. â€œThe thing I am doing today is the single most important thing I can be doing,â€? McKibben says. â€œWeâ€™re going to find out in the next few years whether this big brain [that humans have] was a good idea and if itâ€™s linked with a big enough heart.â€? And so, with red-rimmed eyes and a practiced presentation, McKibben finds himself on yet another stage in yet another town in yet another country trying to convince some 600 people at a time that this is something they should be concerned about.
s comfortable in front of the microphone as at the dinner table, McKibben has told his tale hundreds of times, changing it only to include the newest natural tragedy briefly grabbing international headlines, all of it, save Katrina, in far-off nations that, he passionately declares, â€œdid nothing to deserve it!â€? But even with an audience of the Priusdriving graybeards reasonably versed in the actual way of the world, McKibben must explain the petty basics of the earthâ€™s ecology. A plant that has for the millennia flowered
at a certain week in April when the light and heat conspire perfectly and has been a fecund food source for an insect whose life cycle is keyed to the plant and is itself a delicious meal for an amphibian which awakens from the mud just as the insect is at its plumpest, which is itself a gorgeous lump of protein for a bird whose migration pattern is in part set by the availability of frogs in the area and whose eggs are a yummy treat for a mammal that has come to live year-round there due to the certainty of the eggs for its own breeding is in turn eaten by another mammal larger and more adept. Its remains are ravaged by scavengers, its gristle dissolved by bugs (which in turn are eaten by the migrating birds whose excrement nourishes the Aprilblooming plant). All of this rapacious blooming and pollinating and eating and excreting and reproducing and dying has eventually led humans to the establishment of such unnatural wealth as is found within any provincial supermarket. It is a cycle so seemingly robust that we simply take it for granted. But this life chain can beâ€”and already has beenâ€”enormously upset by something as seemingly simple as a Fahrenheit degree, by an extra centimeterâ€™s worth of water, by a wind that should never have been whipped.
scholar-in-residence at Vermontâ€™s Middlebury College, McKibben has plenty of access to young people and their sturdy energy. In 2006, he led a group of students and colleagues on a five-day walk through the Vermont woods that began at the poet Robert Frostâ€™s cabin (â€œâ€˜The road not takenâ€™ seemed apropos,â€? he says) to make a global-warming statement that would end in Burlington. There, his group was joined by others until its ranks swelled to a thousand people marching upon Burlingtonâ€™s city hall. It was, he realized sadly, the largest public protest for climate change ever yet staged. Astonished that the plight of the globe was so little remarked by its inhabitants, McKibben formed Step It Up in late 2006. Using a student team from Middlebury and the endless swathe of the internet, Step It Up promoted some 1,400 climatechange actions worldwide in April of 2007. McKibben was feeling pretty good about his work. And then the summer came, and then the Arctic melted. â€œThe Arctic sea was slowly melting, and then it suddenly fell off a cliff,â€? he says. â€œWe were losing ice sheets the size of California every month, at a rate 200 percent above what was predicted. My scientist friends panicked. This was on, and not just Arctic ice; there is 25 percent less sea ice than ever before. Satellite photos revealed that there was a lot less ice up top. Glacial ice is the most unsettling loss of all.â€? McKibben estimates that 300,000 people will die annually from global warming with just a one-degree temperature rise. â€œBut we expect the planet to warm by five to six degrees more in this century if we do nothing. â€œWe have the technology to imagine what the future will look like,â€? he continues.
â€œThe scientific method has worked, but so far the political method has utterly failed. Weâ€™ve had a 20-year bipartisan effort to do nothing, and itâ€™s succeeded brilliantly.â€?
sher Miller, executive director of the Post-Carbon Institute, a global think tank that counts McKibben and peak oil theorist Richard Heinberg among its fellows, looks at fossil fuels almost fondly, as in thoughtful reminiscence. â€œThe big human story is that we won the lottery,â€? Miller says. â€œWe found this amazing energy source that fueled our society and changed it completely, giving us luxuries and altering the course of human history entirely. Can you blame us for going nuts over it? â€œBut itâ€™s now a moot point. Weâ€™re living in a difficult time. Weâ€™re changing, and itâ€™s being dictated by climate. We have to be realistic, and we canâ€™t live the way weâ€™ve been living.â€? Perhaps the most sobering part of the global warming message is that we can swap out all the light bulbs we like, grow every bit of lettuce that weâ€™ll ever eat ourselves, ride our bikes everywhereâ€”and none of it will mean a thing unless our political leaders act. â€œHow do we muster the will to get a global agreement that puts a price on carbon?â€? McKibben asks. â€œWe canâ€™t solve it one bulb at a time, not one state at a time, not even one country at a time. We have to deal with it one planet at a time. â€œWe have to build a movement. I say that as if I know what Iâ€™m talking about. I donâ€™t. No one really knows how weâ€™re going to muster it.â€? 350 Day is his latest idea, a creative, almost joyful attempt to unite people the world over in protest against the lethargy of large, First World governments to alter policies, agreements, coal and oil consumption. Miller isnâ€™t pessimisticâ€”exactly. â€œThe environmental movement has failed,â€? he says. â€œGuilting people, talking about abstractions like polar bears. Boiling down complex stuff into a simple number like 350 is a good way to use what otherwise has become a battle of data and talking points. â€œIt would be great if people take to the streets on Oct. 24,â€? he says. â€œBut thatâ€™s just one day. This is going to be every day. And itâ€™s already started.â€? McKibben could be said to agree. â€œThere are no guarantees that any of this will work,â€? he tells the Sonoma Country Day School audience. â€œThere are scientists who think that the machination weâ€™ve put in process is unstoppable. But the best science says that we still have a window. Because we have that window, we have to fight. For 20 years, I wondered what this fight would look likeâ€” and itâ€™s very beautiful. Weâ€™re an amateur movement. This is a homemade operation, and thatâ€™s the best thing about it.â€? McKibbenâ€™s next focus after 350 Day is the December climate-change conference planned in Copenhagen. The United States will attend, as will other powerful polluting countries. â€œWhatever we do at Copenhagen isnâ€™t enough,â€? he admits. â€œWe know what the bottom line is, and we have to keep at it. The negotiations are occurring between human
beings and physics and chemistry. Physics and chemistry have stated their bottom line: 350 is our demand.â€?
he most promising bit of national legislation, according to Ann Hancock, executive director of the Climate Protection Campaign, is something called â€œcap and dividend.â€? â€œIt means putting a cap on carbon and every year reducing that cap so that every year, and rapidly, we meet the scientific imperative,â€? she explains. So-called gross pollutersâ€”think Exxon and its ilkâ€”will have the option to purchase rights to use fossil fuels. Cap and dividend will raise energy prices, itâ€™s true, but the current proposal, put forward by Democratic representative Christopher Van Hollen of Maryland, would also offer customer rebates on energy use. Those who use less fossil fuel would receive more money back; those who use more, less. â€œI think that cap and dividend is the most powerful solution we need to have and thatâ€™s worldwide,â€? Hancock says. â€œ[Sixties activist] Sal Alinsky said that most people will do the right thing for the wrong reasons, and I agree. Weâ€™re more concerned with our comfort and mortgage than we are with the climate. Pricing is the way to do it. The option of the right to pollute will generate perhaps trillions of dollars. It will torque the whole economy in a green direction. If people have to pay more money for fossil fuel and they arenâ€™t made whole, they wonâ€™t reelect those people.â€?
ill McKibben is exhausted. After rallying the audience for an hour of passionate speech, his voice drops. â€œWe set out to organize the world, a ludicrous proposition. Only McDonaldâ€™s and CocaCola have succeeded. The only part of the climate-change movement thatâ€™s been left out is the movement part.â€? But the key, he stresses, is the newest generation. â€œThe real leaders of the moment are young people,â€? he tells the sea of gray ponytails. A handful of students on the top tier applaud. Asher Miller agrees. â€œThereâ€™s this generational gap in the larger environmental movement,â€? he says, â€œand Bill is helping to close that.â€? The next generation has every reason to be involved, as itâ€™s their adult lives, their children and probable grandchildren most affected. Climate change is here, and even if every coal facility in the world stopped production today, McKibben estimates that it will take two generations before we can return the earthâ€™s atmosphere to 350 ppm. Miller, who has a toddler, chooses to be sanguine. â€œI fully expect that the next 10 years will be significantly different than the last 10 years,â€? he says. â€œThings are different, and the sooner we can internalize that, the sooner we can make changes. â€œThe world is going to be different, but it may not be all bad.â€?
For 350 Day events in the North Bay , go to www.350.org or look in our Events calendar.
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hen McKenzie Wark wrote Gamer Theory, an analysis of why people enjoy playing video games, Harvard University Press published it as a conventional hardcover. But Wark also put it online using CommentPress. The free blog theme blew the book open into a series of conversations; every paragraph could spawn its own discussion forum for readers. Sure enough, hundreds dove in, and pretty soon Gamer Theory had sparked erudite exchanges on everything from Platoâ€™s cave to Schopenhauerâ€™s ideas on boredom. It felt as much like a rangy, excited Twitter conversation as it did a book. â€œIt was all because we opened it up and gave readers a way to interact with each other,â€? Wark says. â€œIt changed the way they read the book.â€? Books are the last bastion of the old business model, the only major medium that still hasnâ€™t embraced the digital age. Publishers and author advocates have generally refused to put books online for fear the content will be Napsterized. And you can understand their terror, because the publishing industry is in big financial trouble, rife with layoffs and restructurings. Literary pundits are fretting: Can books survive in this Facebooked, ADD, multichannel universe? To which I reply: Sure they can. But only
if publishers adopt Warkâ€™s perspective and provide new ways for people to encounter the written word. We need to stop thinking about the future of publishing and think instead about the future of reading. Every other form of media thatâ€™s gone digital has been transformed by its audience. Whenever a newspaper story or TV clip or blog post or white paper goes online, readers and viewers begin commenting about it on blogs, snipping their favorite sections, passing them along. The only reason the same thing doesnâ€™t happen to books is that theyâ€™re locked into ink on paper. Release them, and you release the crowd. BookGlutton, a site that launched last year, has put 1,660 books online and created tools that let readers form groups to discuss their favorite titles. Meanwhile, Bob Stein, an e-publishing veteran from the CD-ROM days, put Doris Lessingâ€™s Golden Notebook online with an elegant commenting system and hired seven writers to collaboratively read it. Neither move should come as a surprise. Books have a centuries-old tradition of annotation and commentary, ranging from the Talmud and scholarly criticism to book clubs and marginalia. Stein believes that if books were set free digitally, it could produce a class of â€œprofessional readers,â€? people so insightful that youâ€™d pay to download their footnotes. Sound unlikely? It already exists in the real world.
Microsoft researcher Cathy Marshall has found that university students carefully study used textbooks before buying them, because they want to acquire the smartest notes. The technology is here. Book nerds are now working on XML-like markup languages that would allow for really terrific linking and mashups. Imagine a world where thereâ€™s a URL for every chapter and paragraph in a bookâ€” every sentence, even. Readers could point to their favorite sections in a social networking update or instant message or respond to an argument by copiously linking to the smartest passages in a recent bestseller. This would massively improve what bibliophiles call â€œbook discovery.â€? Youâ€™re far more likely to hear about a book if a friend has highlighted a couple brilliant sentences in a Facebook updateâ€”and if you hear about it, youâ€™re far more likely to buy it in print. Yes, in actual print. The few authors who have experimented with giving away digital copies (mostly in sci-fi) have found that they end up selling more print copies, because their books are discovered by more people. Iâ€™m not suggesting that books need always be social. One of the chief pleasures of a book is mental solitude, that deep, quiet focus on an authorâ€™s thoughtsâ€”and your own. Thatâ€™s not going away. But books have been held hostage off line for far too long. Taking them digital will unlock their real hidden value: the readers. THE BOHEMIAN
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Raven Players unleash devilishly fun â€˜Monster Bashâ€™ benefit show By David Templeton
n the theater world, whenever an actor says â€œItâ€™s curtains,â€? the word usually signals the imminent demise of whomever they are swapping dialogue with. When John DeGaetano, the director of the Raven Playersâ€™ upcoming Halloween-weekend Monster Bash, says â€œItâ€™s curtains,â€? he is giving the specific reason for the popular annual variety show. â€œThe Raven Theater needs curtains for the stage,â€? he laughs. â€œAnd heavy-duty curtains arenâ€™t cheap.â€? Twelve thousand dollars, to be exact. The hope is that much of that cost will be raised by singing, dancing and joke-cracking monsters. Last yearâ€™s debut of the Monster Bash (which included a staged recreation of Orson Wellesâ€™ famous War of the Worlds radio telecast) was so successful that it was immediately obvious that the show would be an annual occurrence. This yearâ€™s program, however, without the radio show in the second act, will be able to feature twice as many performers. â€œWeâ€™ve got 16 separate performances,â€? says DeGaetano, who directs and appears onstage throughout the show. â€œI canâ€™t really tell you what any of the acts are or what theyâ€™re made of, because the thing about the Monster Bash is that everything is a surprise. What happens from act to act is a surpriseâ€”and who those performers turn out to be is a surprise. All I can say is that weâ€™ve got a lot of very recognizable people in the show, most of them actors and singers whoâ€™ve been performing on stages all over the North Bay.
â€˜Dead people always make a variety show more fun.â€™ OK, then. Unsubstantiated rumors have it that the â€œrepeat performanceâ€? may be an enormous, colorful, unleashing of Michael Jacksonâ€™s Thriller, with a horde of zombie dancers in full creep-show array. DeGaetano neither confirms nor denies this, but does admit that zombies may have been seen rehearsing dance moves in and around the Raven Theater over the last few weeks. DeGaetano also confesses that some recognizable horror-show faces will likely make an appearance. â€œWe do a little bit of a tribute to several of our horror-movie-type stars,â€? he says, â€œhorrormovie icons whoâ€™ve been out there for years, and everyone has grown up with. But itâ€™s a family show. Thereâ€™s nothing too scary. â€œThe idea behind the show was to create a slightly scary version of a community talent show. The full variety show ref lects a range of what the North Bay has to offer. Some of the acts are by professionals, and some are by less experienced people who just had a really fun idea of what they wanted to present. Are some of these acts somewhat questionable? Yes. Letâ€™s just say we have put together a show with a lot of range. â€œHalloween,â€? he continues, â€œis such a wonderful time of year. Thereâ€™s something about it that is just inherently theatrical. I go way back with Halloween. When I was in college in Ohio, way back when, some friends and I put together a Halloween-themed musical act, and we ran the circuit of Halloween parties, with talent contests, and we won money all over town with that act. That may have been part of the inspiration for the Monster Bash. I think thereâ€™s always room for outrageousness, and everybody needs an opportunity to show what they can do. Based on last yearâ€™s turnout, I think that thereâ€™s a desire in the community to see what our friends and neighbors are up to.â€? Itâ€™s simply added value that some of those friends and neighbors will be dressed like the walking undead. â€œDead people,â€? DeGaetano laughs, â€œalways make a variety show more fun.â€? â€˜The Monster Bashâ€™ takes place Fridayâ€“Saturday, Oct. 30â€“31, at the Raven Performing Arts Theater, 115 North St., Healdsburg. 8pm. $15. www.ravenplayers.org.
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â€˜Cocoâ€™ explores the early life of the woman who liberated womenâ€™s bodies By Richard von Busack
ne of the most ardent pro-corset passages in literature is â€œThe Old Chevalier,â€? a Gothic tale by Isak Dinesen. An old man remembers the 1870s: â€œIn those days a womanâ€™s body was a secret which her clothes did their utmost to keep. . . . They made it their object to transform the body they encircled, and to create . . . a mystery which it was a divine privilege to solve.â€? The Chevalier remembers undressing a lady, â€œher waist still delicately marked by the stays, as with a girdle of rose petals.â€? You can see why some of todayâ€™s hipsters have gone back to the laces and whalebone. But â€œprivilegeâ€? is a loaded word, never to be used lightly. In the well-done biopic Coco Before Chanel, Audrey Tautou plays the designer as modernist, a woman who assumed male privilege by assuming the simplicity and directness of their clothes. Chanel is, in this account, almost a transvestite in the preâ€“ World War I period, taking shears to modify menâ€™s trousers, shirts and coats. Coco Before Chanel begins in an orphanage, where Gabrielle Chanel, the designer-to-be, is raised by immaculate nuns with pterodactylsize bonnets. After a rather vast leap to adulthood, the film shows Gabrielle and her sister, Adrienne (Marie Gillain), in new careers as saloon singers. Coco calculates her way into bed with a wealthy rouĂŠ named Ă‰tienne Balsan (BenoĂŽt Poelvoorde). Boldly, she pursues him back to his chateau and quickly steps into the life of a kept woman. Director Anne Fontaine reminds us that Coco Before Chanel is a movie from the country that gave us Rules of the Game. What could have been a dull bird-in-the-gilded-cage story turns urbane, with the ever-changing flow of power between Coco and the slightly wizened but sporty decadent. Balsan is the kind of self-amused playboy who nicknames
his prized coal-black racehorse â€œSnow White.â€? Heâ€™s a dedicated wastrel but an elegant one; when he realizes that another man has stolen Coco, he murmurs only, â€œIâ€™m smiling, because Iâ€™m the one who let the fox into the henhouse.â€? Two of Balsanâ€™s friends prove influential: one is a curvy stage-farce actress named Emilienne (Emmanuelle Devos), who enjoys the little straw hats Coco keeps whipping up; the other is a self-made British businessman nicknamed â€œBoyâ€? (Alessandro Nivola). Soon, Coco is mad about the Boy, even though heâ€™s something of a cad. Sanely, the film makes no enormous claims for Coco Chanelâ€™s legacy. The end titles call it an empire, but Tautouâ€”last seen, cigarette on lip, in a cage of mirrors, surrounded by models wearing her gownsâ€” makes it look mostly like hard work. Tautou is perhaps a little aged for the role (â€œYouâ€™re too old to be an ingĂŠnue,â€? Emilienne judges), but sheâ€™s unusually sharp; itâ€™s plausible to imagine why someone would love such a moody and direct woman. Without speeches, Coco Before Chanel gives all due importance to the little black dress, here seen making its debut at the Deauville Casino. One feels a little sad at the French impressionist beach scene on its way out, witnessing women in full gowns and parasols. Meringues on their heads, Coco mutters, seeing the gauze-laden cartwheel hats, which look like pastries. The change Chanel wrought was indubitably feminist, bringing physical and sexual freedom and the death of the corset. â€œYouâ€™re so easy to undress,â€? Boy tells her. The downside, of course, is the ideal of ascetic leanness as the essence of glamour today, which is a different kind of tyranny all together. â€˜Coco Before Chanelâ€™ opens at the Rialto Lakeside Cinemas on Friday, Oct. 16. 551 Summerfield Road, Santa Rosa. 707.525.4840.
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While Dave Brubeckâ€™s son Matt has splintered off on an experimental path as cellist with Evan Parker, Tom Waits, the Club Foot Orchestra and his acclaimed spazz-jazz group Oranj Symphonette, his other sons, Chris and Daniel, are content to walk the straight jazz line as the Brubeck Brothers. Both accompanied their father for many years, playing classics like â€œTake Fiveâ€? and â€œBlue Rondo a la Turkâ€? around the world, and their chemistry is rhythmic as well as brotherly. In their quartet, the melodic pianist Chuck Lamb and the tasteful guitarist Mike DeMicco are often overlooked, but the quartetâ€™s originals, plus a few well-placed compositions by Brubeck Sr., wouldnâ€™t be as f luid with any other players. Take time out and see them on Thursday, Oct. 22, at the Lincoln Theater. 100 California Drive, Yountville. 8pm. $25â€“$35. 707.944.1300.
Most people know Jesse Olsen as the grandson of Tell Me a Riddle author Tillie Olsen, or as the tuba player and â€œleaderâ€? of the rambunctious Hubbub Club Marching Band. Most donâ€™t know about his solo projects, like Ojito, which was recorded over a year in the high desert of New Mexico. With only a stream for water and limited solar electricity, Olsen used a hand-held cassette recorder to record pensive, smart, intricate compositionsâ€” sometimes with the rain falling in the backgroundâ€”and using those cassettes, the album was finalized with economically layered acoustic instruments and sparse, intimate vocals. Some of the songs sound like Guided by Voices outtakes, others recall the Mountain Goats; all of them evoke empty landscape and arid solitude with telltale sounds of the clunky â€œrecordâ€? button being pushed. Olsen celebrates Ojitoâ€™s release with Reverent Sisters, a new duo with Joni Davis and Faun Fablesâ€™ Dawn McCarthy, on Saturday, Oct. 24, at Sebsatopol Center for the Arts. 8pm. $10. 707.829.4797.
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Behind the Drama There are just too many questions that longtime readers of the comic strip â€œLuannâ€? would have for its creator, Greg Evans, that he canâ€™t answer them all. When will Tiffany finally get her full comeuppance? When will Luann finally clean her room? Will Puddles ever stop peeing on the floor? Like Charlie Brown kicking the football, these things may never happen, but Evans is at least willing to discuss why. The artist appears in Santa Rosa for a special â€œAdult Master Classâ€? on comic strips this weekend to reveal the methods that make Luann such a success. Advance registration is required when Evans teaches a class on Saturday, Oct. 24, at the Schulz Museum. 2301 Hardies Lane, Santa Rosa. 10am. $40. Registration required; 707.579.4452, ext. 263.
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Chanteuse Teresa Tudury savors her new lease on a musical life By Bruce Robinson
â€™ve been about to make it any minute now for 40 years,â€? Teresa Tudury says matter-of-factly as she prepares to celebrate the release of her new CD, Such Fine Things. Itâ€™s actually the fifth release for the Occidental singer-songwriter, if you count all the way back to the early 1980s, but only her second since 1992. â€œYou cannot imagine the opportunities Iâ€™ve had that Iâ€™ve managed to eff-up,â€? she continues. â€œI used to think that I was terribly self-sabotaging, but in retrospect I realize I was self-preserving, because the mediadriven entertainment industry is so toxic, and they tell every artist, â€˜You need to be in Nashville or Hollywood,â€™ and I dutifully showed up for that. But my soul was just in total rebellion to all of that.â€? That subconscious antipathy first took the form of â€œa big, long bout of alcoholism,â€? Tudury admits. But even after attaining and maintaining sobriety in 1983, she stayed on in Hollywood. â€œI had a big following in L.A., it was great. And then at the end of 2001, just as it seemed like I was getting very successful,â€? she recalls with a rueful laugh, â€œI had this really horrible neurological explosion, a thing thatâ€™s called global trauma, and it just
took everything. It was several years before I could even talk right. I never dreamed Iâ€™d be playing music again.â€? A chain of circumstances brought her to Sonoma County, where nearly six years later she was able to once again pick up a guitar and begin piecing together some of her old songs. Now fully recovered, she marvels that â€œit was almost like that illness recalibrated me. I believe with all my heart that my soul would rather have me dead than live an inauthentic life. So it did whatever it had to do to get me out of Hollywood and get grounded.â€? That turbulent history is in no way apparent when Tudury takes the stage these days. Adroitly accompanying herself on guitar, she moves smoothly between detailed folk balladry and broadly humorous songs with a political underpinning, her often hilarious off-the-cuff commentary providing the connective tissue that unifies the performance. â€œBeing onstage is where I do my best work and my best thinking,â€? she says. â€œWhen youâ€™re on stage, thereâ€™s nowhere to go. You have to be immediately present and working in the moment with what is going on in the room with the people there. Itâ€™s very intense to be plugged into that, and I really enjoy that about my work.â€? For Tudury, performing is the inverse of composing. â€œWhen Iâ€™m sitting and Iâ€™m trying to catch a song and its coming though me, itâ€™s kinda the same place I go when Iâ€™m sitting onstage,â€? she says. â€œItâ€™s the same sort of spontaneous, mysterious, unconscious world. â€œI never really know what Iâ€™m going to write about,â€? she continues. â€œIf a song starts to come, I put down whatever else Iâ€™m doing and go sit with it. Thatâ€™s the one big discipline that Iâ€™ve learned, to not turn my back on a song when itâ€™s trying to come through. I just try and get out of the way and let it start to unfold.â€? Even more than her original material, Tuduryâ€™s voice commands attention, a bold, free-ranging contralto that soars from a whisper to a full-throated roar as it leaps between octaves, embracing nuance easily as it moves from a demure straight tone to a force-of-nature vibrato. It was a seventhgrade guitar teacher who awakened her recognition of this remarkable instrument, and sent her off to her first coffeehouse gigs, she recalls. â€œBut Iâ€™d been singing to myself as a baby in the crib. I just came in making music, no question about it.â€? With a background that includes an opera-loving Creole father from New Orleans, and her own fondness for distinctive singers like Dinah Washington, Aretha Franklin, John Lee Hooker and Sarah Vaughn, Tudury embraces her current musical life gratefully. â€œEverything I could imagine has been given up to me in a life of music,â€? she affirms softly. â€œThese songs and this lifestyle is my spiritual path. I take this work very seriously.â€?
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Alice Walker benefits AIDS orphans in Kenya rom challenging racism and sexism in the Civil Rightsâ€“era Mississippi to exposing modern-day female circumcision throughout Africa and the Middle East, feminist hero Alice Walker has fought her battles far and wide. A household name since winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1983 for The Color Purple, Walker has addressed human rights issues through her writing in a dozen lightshedding books of both fiction and nonfiction. Now in her mid-60s, Walkerâ€™s unwavering dedication to social justice focuses on AIDS orphans in Kenya. According to UNICEF, there are currently over 1 million children orphaned from parental AIDS deaths in Kenya each year. This astounding number feels even larger when considering the limited resources developing countries like Kenya have to address such crises. As with many issues around the globe, the task of tackling the effects of AIDS lie in the hands of grassroots and human-interest organizations. One of such groups is the Margaret Okari Childrenâ€™s Foundation in remote Kisii, Kenya. For over 13 years and with only $60 per month for each child, the Margaret Okari Childrenâ€™s Foundation has provided shelter, education and healthcare for children who have been orphaned by AIDS. In addition to the orphanage, the foundation has recently built a boarding school for older children that opened its doors earlier this year. Walker raises funds and a joyful noise for the foundation with a reading from her newest collection of poetry, Hard Times Require Furious Dancing on Sunday, Oct 25, at the Raven Theater. 115 North St., Healdsburg. Doors open at 1:30pm. $45â€“$50; includes chocolate, tea and an art exhibit. 707.433.3365. Dani Burlison
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