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7>>:43 Dr. Michael Domeier (arms raised, center) and his team boat a great white shark near the Guadalupe Islands in this undated photo. The animal, a female, was tagged and released.
A controversial plan to hook, boat and tag sharks heads out this week By Alastair Bland
ishing for great white sharks in California waters ended 15 years ago when legislation gave the fish full protection from pursuit, harassment and harm. This week, however, a Southern California marine research group is putting baited shark hooks in the waters near the Farallon Islands, spurring concern from others in the research and ecotourism communities that the procedureâ€”which involves bringing the big fish aboard a vesselâ€”could cause injury or death to the protected animals. The Marine Conservation Science Institute from San Diego County, headed by veteran shark researcher Dr. Michael Domeier, submitted a permit application early this year to the California Department of Fish and Game and to the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) seeking permission to catch, boat, tag and release as many as 10 great white sharks within the boundaries of the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary while a film crew documents the project. The state and federal permits were both granted, and, weather permitting, Domeier will be fishing between Monday and Friday of this week, according to Maria Brown, superintendent of the sanctuary. Brown says that multiple marine biologists were consulted to determine whether allowing the sharks to be hooked, boated and taggedâ€”a procedure that Domeier has conducted on 11 white sharks at the Guadalupe Islands off the Baja California coastâ€”could threaten the safety of the fish. â€œEveryone we consulted has been very positive about Domeierâ€™s research,â€? Brown states. But Dr. Pete Klimley says he was among
those consulted and that he firmly warned NOAA officials against granting the permit. Klimley, a professor of marine sciences at UC Davis, has conducted tagging projects on sharks for 25 years using hand-held lances to set the tags. â€œI voiced serious concern about this issue when they came to me. Youâ€™re taking an animal thatâ€™s two tons and which needs the water to support its weight, and suddenly removing it from its environment.â€? Klimley speculates that internal organs could rupture, causing death days later, and that unborn pups inside a pregnant female could be squashed. Intentional capture of white sharks in California became illegal in 1994, and new regulations passed in March grant them additional protection in the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary. One of the new laws prohibits &%
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Socialism and the fall of post-Wall beliefs By Birgit Nielsen
wenty years ago, on Nov. 10, 1989, the day after the Berlin Wall fell, I saw unbridled joy in the smile of a young East Berliner. The event was incredible to him, and to me as a West Berliner, too. The two of us babbled over beers, searching for words big enough for our feelings. We found none, so we beamed instead. What made us, and everyone around us, so giddy was that the future didnâ€™t simply contain the possibility of being different and better, but the certainty of being so. How it would be different was unclear and entirely secondary. It was our moment in history. The previous night, Nov. 9, I had been driving my rusted VW Rabbit through a flurry of fat snowflakes when the news of the Wallâ€™s demise came over the radio. Momentous events have a way of imprinting themselves by minutiae and for this, it was the squeak of my windshield wipers as I listened in disbelief to the fever-pitched words of the announcer. It seemed phenomenally crazy that the Wall would fall without a drop of blood or a fullfledged nuclear war. Neither the shift in the Eastern bloc that began with Gorbachevâ€” not with Reaganâ€™s 1987 photo-op speech at the Brandenburg Gate or the October demonstrations in East German citiesâ€”nor the exodus of thousands by train through Hungary into Austria, nor the refugees inside the West German embassy compound in Prague nor other unequivocal signs that socialist East Germany had diedâ€”none of it had been able to topple the brutally unnatural border in our minds. History is made in an instant, but ideology is not that adaptable. This I learned in conversations with East Berliners during the weeks to come. After 40 years of division and 28 years of the Wall, we sought each otherâ€™s company, brimming with curiosity and patience. Amazing to me, the East Germans voiced doubts about the new, â€œfreeâ€? order of things, such as: What exactly was competition? What was so great about ambition? My optimism reached its limit in the ensuing debate. I smiled a lot in my sales pitch of democracy and found the unimpressed faces unnerving. Belief systems, mine as much as theirs, would have to be taken down one miserable brick at a time and not overnight like the cement
barrier and the state with it. And then the view changes. The first time I walked right past the deserted gray booths at the former border crossing into the countryside of Brandenburg, a landscape I had been able to see but not touch from car or train windows traveling on transit routes to West Germany, I could barely control my impulse to run. For so long, I had wanted to move freely inside this foreign state but couldnâ€™t. Despite all the personal freedom the encircled, amputated island of West Berlin provided, I wouldâ€™ve inevitably run into a wall or a border. In November 1989, I walked across barren, formerly stateowned fields, and that moment of openness and discovery was precious. Twenty years later, those same fields are now fenced, owned by corporations. While much of the East German population scrambled to learn the new rules of democracy and a free market, corporations and franchises seamlessly moved in. I questioned my enthusiasm: What percent of my eternal optimism was indoctrination of the Western kind? East Germans had lived from the cradle to the grave shackled to a state that ruled by the sheer intimation that it could, and yet many I talked to grieved the loss of the socialist ideal, mourned the fact that no one in this free society told them what to do and that no one took care of them. It sounded absurd to me at the time, but it does less so now. These same questions, now being raised in earnest in the Land of the Free, are less an indication that the dreaded socialism is coming (anyone who thinks it is doesnâ€™t know what socialism is or was), but that the status quo of capitalism isnâ€™t really working anymore. What good is â€œfreedomâ€? if you have to work several jobs just to stay alive, and no matter how much you work, you never win? As we commemorate the fall of one wall, weâ€™d do well to consider the ones we have built and are reinforcing. Dividing lines claim more than mere property, for all too quickly they become symbols of self-righteous belief.
It seemed phenomenally crazy that the Wall would fall without a drop of blood or a full-fledged nuclear war.
Birgit Nielsen is a freelance writer and translator who lives in Guerneville. 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 email@example.com.
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Miguel Hilario seeks Peruâ€™s hot seat for a cooler climate By Juliane Poirier
his really does impact our lives, whether we know it or not: a guy named Miguel Hilario wants to be the first tribal Amazonian president of Peru. And he plans to get there via Sebastopol, on a very green ticket with a very clever plan. Like Obama, Hilario is an unlikely candidate who appears to understand the power of grassroots organizing. In a phone interview, I asked him why North Bay people should care about his campaign. â€œWhy would Americansâ€”,â€? he began, then stopped and corrected his terminology. â€œWhy would world citizens care about the first indigenous Amazonian Indian running for the presidency of Peru? Our major platform is the preservation of the rainforest as a way of combating global warming.â€? Brilliant strategy, I thought. If he appeals to our world citizenship, we damn well have to care. Especially since Peru is one of the largest holders of biodiversity in the world. â€œSixty percent of Peru is rainforest,â€? explains Hilario, who was born and raised in the Amazon. At ago 20, he was sponsored by Pat Parks of Sebastopol to come live in the United States, where he studied at Sonoma State University, earning an Oxford scholarship to study politics, and then a scholarship to Stanford where he earned a masterâ€™s and a Ph.D. (Peruâ€™s current president is also a Stanford graduate.) Hilario, who lived in the Bay Area for 16 years while remaining actively involved in his own country, claims that past presidents of Peru have approved the clearing of rainforest to plant foods and corn for biofuels. â€œThey are destroying the forest to fuel the cars of Europeans and Americans,â€? Hillario says. â€œWe want to preserve the Amazon rainforest as a way of combating both global warming and poverty.â€? Hilario plans to make Peru the capital of eco-tourism, allowing controlled development of eco-lodges and the employment of eco-tour guides. Hilario claims that his newly formed pluralist party, Movimiento Pluralista del Peru, is the first political party in that country to promote sustainable development and the implementation of human rights with
environmental rights. â€œI believe that there has to be development, but with humanitarian values,â€? he says. â€œNot profits only, but improvement of the human condition.â€? Apparently, a climate-harming Bush legacy dogs all of South America. â€œThree years ago,â€? Hilario says, â€œthe Brazilian president and Bush made a pact that Latin America would go into the business of creating biofuels to export to the U.S. so that North Americans could be less dependent on petroleum. Within that framework, there is a trend to plant corn and soybeans and sugar cane so we can convert these to biofuel and export them to the U.S. And then Peru signed a free-trade agreement with the U.S. two years ago. The Peruvian government has been giving way to international businesses to plant and grow these biofuels.â€? Rainforest being replaced by Frankencrops is not only an ugly image but a climate-heating mistake in the making. â€œCurrently Peru has 1.2 million tourists per year,â€? Hilario explains. â€œWe see increasing that to 5 million per year within five years. That inf lux will create jobs, from taxi drivers in Lima to eco-lodges in the Amazon. In our model, everybody wins. Private investors who develop hotels win, tourists connecting with nature win, dwellers in the Amazon win a better quality of life, and the world will win because weâ€™re combating global warming. â€œThe Bay Area is full of very progressiveminded people,â€? he continues. â€œI want them to join me in this process to fight for the Amazon through political and intellectual process. It is not just an election in Peru. It is part of world citizenship to preserve the rainforest, part of serving humanity.â€? There it is again, that â€œworld citizenâ€? term. Hilario plans to have a campaign office in Sonoma County and to recruit volunteers to work both here and in Peru. â€œWe are asking volunteers for fundraising so we are not coopted by corporations,â€? Hilario explains.
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<0BC4AB Josh Silvers, left, and Jeff Mall take their â€˜Iron Chefâ€™â€“ style partnership to print.
DaQP]2^fQ^h Josh Silvers and Jeff Mall team up to offer two sides of wine country cooking By Gretchen Giles
ometimes the timing is just right. Take 1959, for example, the year that Rodney Strong Vineyards was established. Or 1989, the year that Tom Kleinâ€™s family took the winery over. Then thereâ€™s 1999, the year that chef Josh Silvers and his wife, Regina, opened Syrah restaurant in Santa Rosa. Three months later, chef Jeff Mall and his partner Scott Silva opened Zin restaurant in Healdsburg. All players celebrate significant anniversaries this year, Rodney Strong justifiably proud of 50 years of business, the Kleins proud of 20 years of stewardship of their iconic label, and Zin and Syrah making their restaurateurs proud to have endured for a decade. Why not celebrate the old-fashioned way, by cooking and eating and drinking andâ€” absolutelyâ€”teaming up on a cookbook? Which is exactly what Mall and Silvers have done with Down Home : Downtown Seasonal Recipes from Two Sonoma Wine Country Restaurants (Rodney Strong Vineyards; $24.95),
a book that pairs Mallâ€™s informal Southern and Southwestern boots-on style with Silversâ€™ French- and Italian-inspired wine country cuisine. The two restaurants reflect the two styles, Zin eschewing table cloths and fuss for straightforward goodness, in most cases harvested directly from the Eastside Farm he and his wife, Susan, maintain; to Silverâ€™s white tablecloths and elaborate tasting menus, the ingredients sourced from the best local providers. The two chefs often collaborate for charity events, and it was at just such a dinner, hosted by Rodney Strong, that Klein suggested the two create an Iron Chefâ€“style partnership. Take the same main ingredient, whether it be a chicken or a cheesecake, and deliver it in each manâ€™s inimitable manner. Down Home : Downtown is the result of that pairing, and it is one of those cookbooks just as enjoyable to read as it is to open on the kitchen counter and use. Lusciously photographed by Alan Campbell and written by former San Francisco Chronicle wine editor Linda Murphy, Down Home : Downtown features recipes that a midlevel home chef can tackle and possibly even
wrestle directly to the plate. Whatâ€™s more, itâ€™s fun to see how two different minds take the same essential ingredients and create wholly disparate end results. Mall is informally hailed as the local king of heirloom tomatoes, and wife Susan raises some 40 different varieties of chickens. The Malls give tomato starts away at the beginning of each summer, Jeff cures his own bacon and makes his own sausage. Theirs is a haute back-to-theland cuisine, hand-made and hand-raised and thoroughly delightful to them as an occupation. Silver and Regina are urbanites, devoted to the pleasures of the stove and the table, their young son Jackson and the new restaurant they are preparing to launch in his name. Where Mall uses grits, Silver uses mascarponeinfused polenta. Where Mall does rice pilaf, Silver does risotto. Where Silver serves fresh wild salmon, Mall does too; he just wraps his in bacon, a recurring ingredient and a personal obsession. Crab will be coming into season soon and the chefsâ€™ recipes for the best use of local crab is a sterling example of the sameness and differences provided. &THE BOHEMIAN
Jeff Mallâ€™s Dungeness Crab Stuffed Avocados with Mango & Red Chile Dressing Red Chile Dressing 1â „2 c. mayonnaise 1â „4 c. Mae Ploy Sweet Chilli Sauce grated zest and juice of 2 limes 1â „4 tsp. Tabasco sauce 1 tblsp. minced fresh chives kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to taste Crab Salad 2 ripe avocados, halved lengthwise and pitted 1 ripe mango, peeled and cut from the pit 8 ounces fresh lump Dungeness crabmeat, picked over for shell 2 tblsp. minced fresh chives kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to taste For the red chile dressing: In a small bowl, combine the mayonnaise, chilli sauce, lime zest and juice, Tabasco sauce, and chives. Stir to blend. Season with salt and pepper. For the crab salad: Scoop the flesh from each avocado half, reserving the skin. Cut the avocado flesh and the mango flesh into 1â „4 inch dice. In a medium bowl, combine the crab, mango and chives. Add all but about 1â „4 cup dressing and mix gently to coat. Gently fold in the diced avocado. Place 1 avocado skin on each of 4 plates, spoon crab salad into each half (you may have extra), and drizzle with the remaining dressing. Makes 4 first-course servings Josh Silverâ€™s Crab Cakes with Sherry Mayonnaise Sherry Mayonnaise 3â „4 c. mayonnaise, preferably Best Foods 2 tsp. sherry vinegar 1â „2 tsp. sweet Hungarian paprika pinch of cayenne pepper Crab Cakes 12 oz. fresh lump crabmeat, picked over for shells 1â „2 c. mayonnaise, preferably Best Foods 3 tbsp. finely chopped red bell pepper 3 tbsp. finely chopped celery 2 tbsp. finely chopped red onion 1 tbsp. chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley For the mayonnaise: In a small bowl, combine all the ingredients and stir to blend. Cover and refrigerate for up to 2 weeks. For the crab cakes: In a medium bowl, combine the crabmeat, mayonnaise, bell pepper, celery, onion, parsley, lemon juice, salt, and pepper; mix well. Add the panko gradually, a few tablespoons at a time, until the consistency is dry and slightly tacky to the touch. Form into 8 cakes about 2 1â „2 inches wide and coat with more panko. In a large skillet, heat 1â „4 inch oil over high heat until it shimmers. Add the crab cakes, working in batches if necessary to avoid crowding pan. Cook until nicely browned, about 3 minutes on each side. Using a slotted metal spatula, transfer to paper towels to drain briefly. Place 2 crab cakes on each of 4 salad plates, and serve with the sherry mayonnaise on the side. Makes 4 first-course servings
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Founded in the 1880s, the ISC attracted Italian winemaking talent, garnered gold medals and became among the stateâ€™s most important wineries. In the 1960s, it was familiar to television audiences in the person of â€œthat little old winemaker,â€? and in restaurants everywhere, straw-basket-wrapped ďŹ‚asks of â€œTipoâ€? were as essential as furniture. Old timers tell of a beloved haunt where corks popped, taps ďŹ‚owed and the party went into the night. And then the doors closed for 20 years. The winemaking style was out of fashionâ€”the Asti facility pumped out sparkling wines, brandy, sweet and dry wines, grappa, and even â€œcoffee wineâ€?â€”but subsequent owners didnâ€™t bother remodeling the old tasting room, they just sealed it up. The happy result: Current owner Fosters Wine Estates reopened a virtually intact tasting room where visitors can walk the same wood ďŹ‚oors under Italian-Swiss motif beams, up to the same curvy barrel-stave bar. A barrel head on the wall bears the inscription, â€œWines mellowed in redwood,â€? certainly an endorsement from another time, while photographs, souvenirs and a California Historical Landmark placard acknowledge the site. The displays were fun, the staff were great, and to behold and ponder the 19th-century marble carving of a gent in his dotage and his stocking cap, cradling what the caption says is his â€œlast loveâ€?â€”a straw basket ďŹ‚askâ€”is nearly worth the trip alone. So whatâ€™s this Cellar No. 8? Fosters named it for the eighth cellar of the old buildings. Got itâ€”I think. On to the wine. Cellar No. 8 is widely available in supermarkets at competitive pricesâ€”the 2008 California Pinot Noir is a solid sip for just $10â€”but Sonoma County wines are available only at the tasting room. No straw-covered ďŹ‚asks, to my moderate disappointment. The whites were aromatic representatives of their respective varietals, while the crisp and modern 2008 Sonoma County RosĂŠ ($16) perked up my tongue; strawberry-raspberry fruit from the nose to the lips, ďŹ nishing nice and dry. The 2006 Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel ($20) is on the ripe, juicy side, with sweet blackberry scents trending to raisin; gobs of ďŹ‚avor on the woodsy, brambly palate ďŹ nish clean and dry. The dark horse of the list, the opaquely purple 2006 Petite Sirah ($20), has deep plum fruit and ďŹ‚akey pastry aromas that lead to a surprisingly lively, bright mouthful. Perfetto! Or so says that little old winetaster, me. Cellar No. 8, 26150 Asti Post OfďŹ ce Road, Cloverdale. Open daily 10amâ€“5pm. Tasting fee $5; 10 percent off bottle purchase. 866.557.4970.
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very year, we host a writing contest aptly named â€œJive,â€? in which we start a story and you finish it. After a heated discussion over who was the more important writer for 2009â€” Walt Whitman or Dan Brownâ€”we wearily relented to Brownâ€™s bestselling genius (or rather, his genius at bestselling). Plus, even weâ€™re not so hard-hearted that we could enjoy making fun of Whitman. (Plus-plus: poetry. ) Readers Danned their best Brown by finishing our riveting, sure-to-be a bestselling story based on a movie by Ron Howard in 500 words or less, and we thank them for it. We celebrate the five winning writers, everyone who entered the contest and Bohemian readers in general next Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 6pm with an open reading of these witty treasures at our offices. This emphatically is a dessert-before-dinner dealie (I bake a cake), and is entirely cryptex-optional, but please RSVP at 707.527.1200. See you at 847 Fifth St., Santa Rosa. â€”Gretchen Giles
The Lost Digital Da Vinci Fortress Symbol Bob Lamedum stepped briskly out of the Louvre and glanced around. Located at 34 Rue du Louvre 75001 Paris, France, the building was impressive, even to a markology professor from a leading California State University. The April morning was fresh and inviting, but Bob was late for an appointment with his sometime mistress, the celebrated astrophysicist-cum-pole dancer AngĂŠle DĂŠmon. From there, he planned to meet his mentor, the prominent Odd Fellow and secret tax-dodger Solomon Mines. His phone rang. â€œDarn thing,â€? Bob thought. â€œHow do I work this?â€? The phone was new, a gift from AngĂŠle, and Bob was still unused to its flip-top feature. â€œHello?â€? â€œBob!â€? AngĂŠle cried, for AngĂŠle it was. â€œSolomon has been brutally kidnapped! You must return to California to find him!â€? Twelve hours later, Bob was in Solomonâ€™s
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â€œIf thatâ€™s so,â€? Bob mumbled to himself. â€œWhat then, prof ?â€? continued albinoblonde AngĂŠle DĂŠmon, suddenly behind him and pressing a gun into his lumbar region. â€œThen Mary Magdalene wasnâ€™t Jesusâ€™ wife, nor the mother of his daughter Sarah . . .â€? â€œYep,â€? said AngĂŠle, â€œthe foundations of the da Vinci Code would collapse and the damn book would be a total fraud. Thatâ€™s why those religious junk publishers have bandied together, paying me to end this eff-ing research into reading mirrors and chastity belts.â€? From her disdain of research, Bob realized that her doctorate in astrophysics was only a mail-order degree. Outside, a muscular editor from Doubleday was at the wheel of a Prius, and as they were driving to the Odd Fellowsâ€™ lodge in Sebastopol, where Sol was padlocked to a heater, Bob said to the driver, â€œThis reminds me of the worst sentence in the book: Almost inconceivably, the gun into which she was now staring was clutched in the pale hand of an enormous albino with long white hair. Only she is now me. You should have done something about almost inconceivably and into which.â€? â€œShut up,â€? said the pole dancer, â€œwhatâ€™s with Solâ€™s three touchstones?â€? â€œOh, those,â€? said Lamedum, â€œthey reminded him of the day he arrived in Santa Rosa. He got a parking ticket on Fourth Street, went to the Wells Fargo Center to hear Jeffrey Kahaneâ€™s piano recital and enjoyed a cornucopia of wine, fruit and artichokes with me afterwards.â€? Suddenly, the muscular editor, the
Mines had been losing it for months, reflected Lamedum. Any normal soul would post on the fridge, but being an Odd Fellow, Mines had to be different. Vowing to enter Valhalla and â€œconquer Thorâ€? had been his latest obsession. Heâ€™d immersed himself in mythology, the Middle Ages, and Scrabble since his adolescence in Bruges, and his megalomania was growing beyond control. Bob crawled outside, and hailed a taxi downtown to the Moon of Uranus to consult with AngĂŠle, who was working the pole on the magnetic north side of the dance floor. Arriving late, he sat to the side of the
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If he could just locate the churches which stood near each other, perhaps he could find, likely still obsessed with murdering Thor, the immutable Solomon. Maintaining close ties with clergy and astronomers, Angéle had no trouble uncovering the two churches that Mines must have been alluding to. A few professional offices stood between them, and they scoured the lobby directories for another clue. They saw optometrists, podiatrists, a proctologist and a dentist. Could Mines be nearby? The revelation jolted Bob’s mouth like a root canal. “Of course!” Tearing upstairs, he heard in his mind Solomon’s lisping voice. He wasn’t out to conquer Thor—he was talking about a cankersore! And there he was, asleep in the dental chair, a bald bearded man in a smock hovering over him. Bob recognized the IRS agent-cum-dentist immediately. He’d found Solomon, but it was too late. Tomato juice
stains on his shirt, his wallet empty, Mines was no more than a shell. His number in Folsom prison ended in a “nine.” For the next 10 years, Mines would indeed be an “odd” fellow.—Stephen D. Gross Could they have anything to do with Solomon’s brutal kidnapping? Bob leaned against a bookcase and felt it give, revealing . . . . . . a marking on the wall. Bob crouched for a closer look. “In all my years of markology, I’ve never seen the like! Whoever did this draws about as well as I can.” Which was to say it was utterly indecipherable. Bob whipped out his notebook. A sultry voice interrupted his scribbling. “What are you doing there, Bob?” said Angéle. He hadn’t expected her, but there she was standing in the doorway. “Oh hi, love,” he said distractedly. “Just found a clue from Solomon. Don’t know what it means, though. Two touchstones are missing.” “Not unlike your personal pronouns,” Angéle quipped. “Might you be referring to these?” She handed him the objects in question: a gold-enameled crab claw and a cryptex. Bob jumped to his feet. “But how did you . . . ?” “I received them in the mail along with this sealed note.” Bob finger-scissored the envelope and read: If you want to see your beloved mentor alive again, you might find a visit to San Francisco worth your while. Faster than one could say “Knights Templar,” Bob and Angéle were standing before an old Victorian-style mansion. They rang the bell and the front gate opened automatically. They made a cautious approach to the front door and slipped inside. “Stay on your guard,” Bob whispered. Just then, a cry for help. “Bob! I’m in here!”
It was Solomon. They traced his voice to the kitchen, only to find Solomon bound hand and foot to a chair. Curiously, he was covered in doughnut crumbs. “What’s happened to you? Are you all right?” said Bob as he rushed to undo the ropes. “They’re never going to get away with this. If they think force-feeding me doughnuts will make me squeal, they’ve got another thing coming!” Solomon fumed.
Knowing how sensitive he was about his figure, Bob and Angéle kept silent. “My captors number three,” Solomon continued, “and they’ll do anything to get their hands on my grandfather’s horde. This used to be his house, you know. I trust you uncovered my message?” Bob nodded. “Where’s the treasure, then?” said Angéle from behind a pulled gun. Three men were instantly beside her. “Angéle! Are you mad?!” “A far cry from a dance pole, I know,” she said with a wave of the gun. “But it gets the point across nonetheless.” “So it was you all along!” “Who else? I’ve been chasing Solomon’s treasure for years. Now, monsieur, if you would be so kind?”
“The two missing items were a tiny replica of Rodin’s Thinker and a miniature folding metal chair,” said Lamedum. “But what do they mean?” “The laminated parking ticket represents punishment for occupying a space too long. The glass hand’s thumb and forefinger configuration suggest feeding a mouth something . . . like a potato chip.” “Or an artichoke leaf ?” Angéle offered. “Good, good! Now consider the posture of the Thinker—it’s as if he is taking a constitutional.” “Yes, but what about the chair?” asked Angéle. “If the Thinker were seated upon the flat, metal chair while attempting a constitutional, the chair’s adhesion would result in maximum flatulence amplification.” “But how do these clues tie together?” “The parking ticket indicates the Thinker was taking too long to perform his business. If taking too long results in a punishment, i.e., Solomon’s being crushed, then what’s the opposite of taking too long between flatulence emissions?” “Rapid-fire flatulence.” “Excellent, Angéle! By eating artichoke leaves while sitting bare-bottomed on a metal chair one would emit rapid-fire, or staccato, flatulence emissions . . . “ “The Staccati!” gasped Angéle with exhilaration.
“Fine. The mark I left you is a map. It shows the treasure’s exact location,” Solomon said. “Of course!” Angéle was gone in an instant, followed by her henchmen. But all too late. The police were waiting. Bob and Solomon emerged into the daylight and waved as Angéle was cuffed and taken away. “Looks like the adventure’s ended before it even began,” Bob said. “Speak for yourself. I’ve still got 10 pounds of doughnuts to work off !” Bob held out the cryptex with a smile. “Care for an A-P-P-L-E instead?”—A+T Could they have anything to do with Solomon’s brutal kidnapping? Bob leaned against a bookcase and felt it give, revealing . . . . . . a secret chamber. Lamedum brushed through the cobwebs, held a lit candle before him and entered. He touched his candle’s flame to another in the room’s corner; its wick linked with 300 others, and instantly illuminated the room. Solomon Mines was tied down to the floor behind a thick plexiglass wall; a steel cable slowly lowered an enormous steel weight toward his chest. Lamedum’s eyes followed the cable to the gear that controlled it. Attached to the gear was the combination scroll. Lamedum noticed folding metal chairs and artichokes piled in the corner. Bob glanced at Solomon. “Solve the code!” Solomon silently mouthed from behind the wall. Angéle Démon slunk from the shadows like the pole dancer she was. “I found the entrance earlier—we must help him,” she said.
“Precisely. We must both assume the position to hit the right combination of staccato emissions to activate the scroll and stop the gear from lowering the weight onto Solomon. Quickly, pull down your pants—a man’s life is at stake!” Lamedum and Démon exposed their bare bottoms and sat on two nearby metal chairs. They then grabbed artichokes and nibbled the flesh from the leaves. Rapid successions of popping reports resounded from buttocks against metal chairs. Solomon looked desperate as the weight descended to an inch from his chest. “Again, hurry!” commanded Lamedum. They grimaced and nibbled more artichoke leaves. Machine-gun-like effluviums burst forth into the room. ' -
â€œItâ€™s working!â€? cried DĂŠmon. The cylinders on the scroll spun and the weight stopped. The remaining tumblers aligned; the symbol fragments spelled out S-T-A-C-C-A-T-I, and the plexiglass wall slid back. Lamedum and DĂŠmon rushed into the room, their pants around their ankles, and untied Solomon Mines.
door lock and stepped behind the flocked velvet drape. Dust tickled his nose, but before he sneezed, AngĂŠleâ€™s perfume assailed his nostrils. Heâ€™d know that pole-dancer anywhere, even in the dark. â€œThank God itâ€™s you,â€? he said. â€œThe Fox News antichrist poster is behind the bookcase, and it holds the secret of Solomon Minesâ€™ kidnapping.â€? â€œWhereâ€™s the computer?â€? AngĂŠle was on it. She was the master of Youtube, the logical place to find any conspiracy relating to politics and the church. â€œI havenâ€™t been able to find it,â€? Bob admitted, aggressively scratching his head. AngĂŠle smiled knowingly as she picked up an enormous fluffy, orange Persian, revealing Solomonâ€™s laptop computer. Bob had seen the cat but thought it was some kind of bath mat. â€œItâ€™s still warm,â€? Bob told her. â€œSolomon canâ€™t have been gone that long if he just used the computer.â€?
â€œThank God, Lamedum, you saved my life!â€? Mines said. â€œThe Staccati were sure you could never solve such a ludicrous code and their secret would be safe forever.â€? â€œNever underestimate a markologist,â€? Lamedum said, pulling up his trousers. â€”Wray Cotterill Could they have anything to do with Solomonâ€™s brutal kidnapping? Bob leaned against a bookcase and felt it give, revealing . . . . . . a life-size poster of Barack Obama. Bob stared at it for a few minutes until he found what he was searching for. The perpetrators had left a clue. In the bottom right corner of the poster was the Fox Newsâ€™ symbol for the anti-Christ: a bolt of lightning. Talking to himself, the best way to solve any mystery, Bob said, â€œItâ€™s common knowledge that Jesus spoke Aramaic, but not everyone is aware that he also knew Hebrew. Since the Bible, which was written in Hebrew as soon as the Phoenicians discovered clay tablets, predicts the coming of the antichrist, we can follow the derivation and translation of the words. The Bible says the antichrist will come from the heavens, so it becomes obvious that the original word for light (from the sky), â€œbarach,â€? has evolved into â€˜Barack.â€™â€? Bob congratulated himself for discovering the clue so quickly. As soon as he could find his mentorâ€™s computer heâ€™d have the answer to his whereabouts. Easier said than done. After a frantic search through the dark house, he found the light switch. It was of no avail because even with more light, the computer was missing. He heard the click of a key in the front
â€œI think the cat just used it. How do you spell â€˜Barackâ€™?â€? â€œLet me go back to the poster and Iâ€™ll tell you.â€? He struck his forehead. â€œWait! Iâ€™m so stupid. Solomon is being kept in the White House.â€? â€œHmm. It wonâ€™t be easy,â€? AngĂŠle said, â€œbut I think with the right credentials we can gain access. Just so you know, Iâ€™m not entering any building through the sewer again.â€? Whipping two press passes out of his tweed jacket, Bob waved them in front of her. â€œThis time weâ€™ll enter in style.â€? â€œUh, I think those were for a Led Zeppelin concert, Bob.â€? â€œNo worries, with a little Clorox, ink and a Xerox machine, weâ€™re in business.â€? It turned out to be unnecessary. Solomon had been abducted because he translated a document on Youtube, claiming the president was the antichrist. It was a simple matter to create another video proving that â€œbarachâ€? actually meant â€œhealthcareâ€? in Aramaic. So the White House had no further use for keeping Solomon prisoner. â€œWeâ€™re so smart,â€? AngĂŠle gushed. â€œWhen this is over, maybe we can make some more like us.â€?â€”Carol Collier
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lmost murdered by her father at age three. Her throat slashed. Witness to her sistersâ€™ murders. Her mother, grandmother and aunts violently killed. Carmina Salcido is a survivor. Many have read the numerous stories of RamĂłn Salcidoâ€™s deadly Sonoma County rampage two decades ago, but few know the aftermath. In â€˜Not Lost Forever, My Story of Survivalâ€™ (William Morrow: $25.99), Carmina Salcido describes her arduous road from victim to survivor with co-author Steve Jackson. Carminaâ€™s story extends far beyond her brush with death. Given up for adoption by her grieving grandfather, the feisty little girl joined a family deeply ingrained in an ultra-strict, cultish Catholic organization Tradition, Family and Property. Isolated on a Midwestern farm, she was deprived of anything resembling a normal childhood and instead endured much abuse at the hands of her adoptive, alcoholic parents. â€œEscapingâ€? at age 17 to a Carmelite convent, she suffered from numerous physical and mental-health problems that landed her in the hospital. Deemed unfit for convent life, she was sent to a ranch in Idaho for troubled teen girls. Carmina and the other girls there endured more abuse, until she made her break for freedom at age 18. Contacting the grandfather who had been excluded from her life by her adoptive parents, Carmina reconnected with her past. Now back in Sonoma County, she has investigated and confronted the events that placed her on such a tough road, contacting family, friends and members of law enforcement and the press who could help shed light on her early life. The bookâ€™s short chapters read cleanly, and the 16 pages of color photos trace a full life lived in 23 short years. This resilient young woman has reached a level of understanding and forgiveness few would be able endure, let alone come out of with compassion and normalcy. Not Lost Forever is a testament that leaves readers with hope and admiration for Carminaâ€™s survival.â€”S.D.
ith her previous novel, The Great Far Away, a fictional memoir of idyllic bohemian life in Northern California, Santa Rosa author Joan Frank established herself. Her latest, â€˜In Envy Countryâ€™ (University of Notre Dame Press; $20), collects short stories published in journals around the country, from the Seattle Review to the Baltimore Review and
points in between, including Notre Dame and Chautauqua. Opening with â€œA Note on the Type,â€? a detailed, engrossing story of a conniving employee at a printing company who ascends from file folders to far-flung affairs, Frankâ€™s stories follow those in the throes and woes of love and life. With one eye inside the workings of her characters and one observing from afar, In Envy Country sets a Raymond Carver toneâ€”a character from â€œBetting on Menâ€? is even named Carverâ€”without the rampant selfannihilation and morbidity.â€”G.M.
n the classic love story, two people find each other, overcome their dilemmas and fall in love. Yet Penngrove author Linda Loveland Reid, winner of the 2008 Redwood Writers Club contest, illustrates in her novel â€˜Touch of Magentaâ€™ (BookSurge Publishing, $18.99) that love is never that simple. The plot, weaving together the lives of two women whose pasts are veiled in secrecy, is actually antithetical to the classic romance. Set in Californiaâ€™s Gold Country, as well as San Francisco, Chinatown, Sacramento, Singapore, Italy and England, Reidâ€™s novel follows the tale of Corri Montclair, who in 1971 uncovers a shocking mystery in the pages of her dead motherâ€™s will, sending her on a life-altering quest to discover the ghosts of her hidden past. Montclairâ€™s story is entwined with that of Pegeen Oâ€™Connor, who falls into a shadowed romance with a Chinese boy against the racial constraints of 1895 California society. Reid paints a suspenseful portrait as Corri labors to solve the mysteries of her past, eventually crossing paths with the consequences of Pegeenâ€™s deeds and the fate that brought their stories together, though separated by time. Touch of Magenta journeys into the unknown spheres of human nature and the way parts of our identities are determined by a compelling desire to untangle our pasts.â€”T.M.
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oel Kramerâ€™s Passionate Mind, originally published in 1974, offered an informed, intellectual whole-life theory of living self-reflexively in the moment, and became a â€œlife handbookâ€? for many of the age of enlightenment. This year, Kramer, a Bolinas resident, with co-author Diana Alstead, offers â€˜The Passionate Mind Revisitedâ€™ (North Atlantic Books; $16.95), a complete reworking of the original. To live in the moment, Kramer and Alstead clarify, we as a species must have a cognizant grasp of both our past and our future. Unless we can expand our awareness to a broader social rangeâ€”making our ego work for the planet, changing our detached mindset and questioning our beliefs, for exampleâ€”our future will be bleak indeed. Rife (%
Prohibitionâ€™s history of hardship in the wine country Prohibition caught the winemakers of Sonoma and Napa counties by surprise. Until the Volstead Act was actually passed in October 1919, few thought it would extend beyond hard liquor to include beer and wine, nor did Californians, who widely opposed the efforts of the Anti-Saloon League, expect their state legislators to vote to ratify the 18th Amendment. They were wrong on both counts. The events that followed are the meat of Vivienne Soznowskiâ€™s meticulously researched history, When the Rivers Ran Red: An Amazing Story of Courage and Triumph in Americaâ€™s Wine Country (Palgrave Macmillan; $26.95). A part-time Healdsburg resident and former journalist with the Washington Examiner and the San Francisco Examiner, Soznowski has drawn on oral histories from aging survivors from those harsh years as well as contemporary newspaper accounts to craft her account of â€œ14 years of real trial,â€? as they played out across the two wine counties. Surprisingly, the first years were boom times. A pre-existing law, unaffected by Prohibition, allowed anyone to make up to 200 gallons of wine for their own use. Local growers soon realized â€œthere was this incredible demand for grapesâ€” in New York and Chicago and Atlanta,â€? Soznowski relates. â€œSo instead of selling the wine readymade, they were selling grapes across the nation so that people could make their 200 gallons.â€? Prices soared from $25 per ton to 10 times that amount, until the Central Valleyâ€™s table grape growers flooded the market with their own newly planted wine grapes, and, Soznowski writes, â€œthe market just crashed and burned.â€? Bootlegging became a way of life for many families as they struggled to survive, but their carefully preserved vats of aging wine were constantly at risk. â€œThe Prohibition agents would come up with their guns and just pull the plugs on these wonderful old redwood vats of wine,â€? the author recounts indignantly. â€œThe wine would run everywhere, over gardens, through fields, it ran into ditches, down into the little creeks and then into rivers,â€? providing her book with its title. â€œPeople lost fruit trees, and their gardens were wrecked,â€? she continues, â€œand of course they lost this amazing resource, the one major movable asset in their lives. Millions of gallons of wine, it was just lost, all their hard work, lost.â€? Also lost was a generation of winemaking knowledge and experience, she writes, a deficit that took the regionâ€™s industry â€œdecades to get back to perhaps where it might have been.â€?
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with Kramerâ€™s roots in yoga, science and comparative religion, The Passionate Mind Revisited is a vigorous read for those disenchanted with sacred cows.â€”G.M.
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n â€˜Walks: Best Poemsâ€™ (Footprint Press; $15), Greenbrae poet B. J. Stolbov invites his readers to stroll beside him as he journeys through manhood. Stolbov is often subtle, employing a careful, conscious meter when threading the emotion of love through his poems; he is also often chaotic, detailing an anthill that buzzes with hurried life. Either way, his work is defined by precise thoughts, brief moments in time that account for a larger social commentary on the pursuit of spiritual fulfillment or the larger American dream. A keen glimpse into the poetâ€™s mind, Walks is a compilation that follows Stolbovâ€™s clear message, â€œIt is my work / This being a wandererâ€? through both writing and life itself.â€”T.M.
f it werenâ€™t for Kurt Cobainâ€™s ghastly suicide on April 5, 1994, the trope of the rock starâ€™s untimely death might have receded into distant memory. David Comfortâ€™s â€˜The Rock and Roll Book of the Deadâ€™ (Citadel Press; $15.95) keeps the stories alive by weaving Cobain in with Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Elvis Presley, John Lennon and Jerry Garcia, finding connections between all seven â€œrock immortalsâ€?â€”their lonely childhoods, their desire to escape and their sudden and often suspicious deaths. Some, like Cobainâ€™s, are scrutinized fiercely by this Santa Rosa author, while others are retold with the acceptance of timeâ€™s passing. Comfortâ€™s ultimate success is an outline of the vagaries of fame and how it delivers on its promise for a price often mortally high.â€”G.M.
ausalito art dealer Richard Polsky is no schmo. He knows who to call at the large auction houses like Christieâ€™s and Sothebyâ€™s, heâ€™s conversant with artworld insiders and he used to own a real Andy Warhol. His Fright Wig work, so-called because the self-portrait features Andy in an on-end white wig, was a piece that made Polsky glad to own, glad to look at. It did what art can sometimes do: it made Polsky actually happy. But his wife was running up credit card bills that were breaking him, and another dealer was interested. Maybe Polsky should sell the work, recoup a couple hundred thou, pay Visa off and relax a little. After some sleuthing, due diligence and thinking, he did. And then the art market exploded, and suddenly Warhols were commanding eight figures, not six, and Polsky was left out in the dust. In his chatty insider tome â€˜I Sold Andy Warhol (Too Soon)â€™ (Other Press; $29.95), Polsky uses a conversational tone to explain what happened in the art market and how. For those who care about the business of art with even the slightest fervor they feel for works of art themselves, I Sold Andy Warhol offers a fascinating
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uch like a New Age female Harry Potter, the heroine of â€˜Schizandra and the Gates of Muâ€™ by Laura Bruno (International Renaissance Press; $16), Schizandra Ginger Parker loses her parents under tragic and slightly suspicious conditions. Like Harry, she enters a world of magical creatures and mysterious spirits which help or hinder her attempts to fight darkness and find the light in the universe. Adding to the mystification are an addicted cocoa-pod-popping, shift-shaping queen, talking crystals and a galactic butterfly that Schizandra encounters in underground passages while in a coma-like sleep. Readers get a blow-by-blow Tarot card/numerology/ astrological reading which explains the heroineâ€™s back story, and how her ultimate destiny will change the world when its mythical end occurs in 2012.â€”S.D.
collection of essays addressing the needed marriage of two very green issues, organic farming and wildlife conservation, has been carefully collected and edited by Healdsburg resident Daniel Imhoff and Jo Ann Baumgartner. â€˜Farming and the Fate of Wild Nature: Essays on Conservation-Based Agricultureâ€™ (Watershed Media; $16.95) lends a forum for luminaries such as Michael Pollan, Wendell Berry and Barbara Kingsolver, among others, to advocate for the need to change current agricultural and conservation practices. The book is divided into four sections which concentrate on such core issues as the condition of salmon or bee populations, the challenges of biodiversity, and finally, the influences of society and culture on agrarian practices and native wildlife. This is Imhoff â€™s second volume of essays published through his own nonprofit Watershed Media and the first collaboration with the Baumgartner, director of the Wild Farm Alliance, an organization which promotes agriculture that aids in the protection and restoration of wild flora and fauna.â€”S.D.
orestville author and editor Barbara Baer has been looking east a lot lately. Under her own Floreant Press imprint, she last published Pomegranate Roads: A Soviet Botanistsâ€™s Exile from Eden. This year she gives us the novella â€˜Grisha the Scrivenerâ€™ (Ghost Road Press; $15.95), an old-fashioned story of a midcareer journalist with a gift for seeing occasional beauty who is in search of many things, the true nature of Mother Russia among them. Cynical yet easily humbled, Gregory Gregorovich Samidze of Uzbekistan feels lust and disgust in equal measure as he navigates through the shuttered world of mid-20th-century Soviet malaise. Baerâ€™s language and eye are striking as always, keeping her dense topic as tightly woven as an excellent Tashkent rug.â€”G.G.
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Lars von Trierâ€™s â€˜Antichristâ€™ pits sex against nature in upside-down Eden By Richard von Busack
he most prestigious gross-out since Irreversible, Lars von Trierâ€™s Antichrist is billed as a directorâ€™s return to instinctive filmmaking. Von Trierâ€™s â€œYour guess is as good as mineâ€? approach includes comments such as â€œI let this film flow to me instead of thinking it up.â€? This might be the best way to take in Antichrist, as a triple-X shocker, giving it merit for its fussy surfaces and its unquestionable power to disgust. And when von Trier (Breaking the Waves, etc.) describes Antichrist as a way back after two years of crippling depression, it seems even more critic-proof. Slamming it would be like mocking some mental patientâ€™s art-therapy project. Calling Antichrist â€œmisogynistâ€? isnâ€™t fair. The man in the story (called only â€œHe,â€? played by Willem Dafoe) is a platitudinous artist when heâ€™s not being a meat-pestle. And the beastliness in the woman (called â€œSheâ€?) is a response to his power plays, his pretenses of being learned and in control. A truly misogynist film echoes Freudâ€™s guess that women donâ€™t know what they want. She (Charlotte Gainsbourg) does know. First, she wants her man; second, she wants to fuck the pain away. Von Trier gives women their due as forces of nature, even from a superstitious peasant angle: are they sorceresses, then, since they can create life? (Did von Trier cast Gainsbourg because of
her resemblance to Margaret Hamilton, the Wicked Witch of the West?) As for Antichristâ€™s spine as a horror film, no excuse is needed. Itâ€™s about the heebiejeebies caused by nature. She and He are seen at the beginning, sexing it up vigorously in ultra-slow-motion. Their toddler ambles in, leers at the primal scene and then apparently kills himself. She falls into a big orgasm just as her child falls out the window. The dead child is named, significantly â€œNickâ€?; one clue (and we get another) that this was the young antichrist awaiting some fearful resurrection. She stews in her own depression in a claustrophobic apartment. He decides to take up the role of grief therapist to his mate. He is apparently a psychologist, but we donâ€™t know that for sure: all we know is that He is not a doctor. The couple moves to their cabin in a dank forest. It looks trollhaunted, with white slashes of birch trees glowing in the gloom. She hadnâ€™t wanted to come back. She had been holed up in the cabin, working on her womenâ€™s-study thesis about the history of crimes against women. He had called it glib. The cabin is named, surely euphemistically, â€œEden.â€? The plot is a reversal on Genesis. Seemingly, the sex act took this unhappy couple back to Eden, where they are to be punished by nature and each other. Her desire for sex grows. Visions of diseased, supernatural animals torment the man, which include a ludicrous, rotting talking fox, whose two-word growl, â€œChaos reigns,â€? could be the title of the next Spinal Tap album. Things having got as sexual as they can, terrible violence breaks out. For no good reason, von Trier marks his film out with episodesâ€”is there a better way to shake an audience out of a mood of horror? But are we supposed to be horrified, or are we supposed to think of this as an intellectual exercise with nut-busting and mutilation? Von Trier comes up with downy, glossy images and then frames them, freezes them down. Von Trierâ€™s beefing against the fecundity of nature, signified by the pelting of acorns on â€œEdenâ€™sâ€? roof, canâ€™t be taken seriously. Itâ€™s like describing that scene in The Wizard of Oz where the trees throw their apples as a symbol of nature against man. We get so many movies made by people who seemed never to have set foot outside of a movie theater, and von Trier is just another one; thanks to digitizing, this wilderness is really as composed as an English country garden. The thesis could use an argument: such as William Blakeâ€™s line that â€œthe lust of the goat is the glory of God.â€? What makes Antichrist so frustrating is that it has effective horror moments, such as the Lovecraftian passage of He discovering three new constellations in the night sky. David Lynch has had more success in filming this dream-journal-type material and making it terrifying. When von Trier mentions that Antichrist inspiration came from August Strindberg, he lets us know why this film looks overcooked even if it was underanalyzed. â€˜Antichristâ€™ opens on Friday, Oct. 30, at the Smith Rafael Film Center, 1118 Fourth St., San Rafael. 415.3454.1222.
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Set â€™Em Up, John There are bartenders and then there are bartenders. First settling behind the bar at the Tradewinds in Cotati in the 1970s, John Gaines falls into the latter, emphasized category. Gaines listened to tales of woe and poured stiff ones for three decades at the Tradewinds before running Johnâ€™s Cafe at the Black Cat in Penngrove; he is, as they say, an institution. But even institutions can have health issues. Kidney and liver failure have left Gaines with sizable medical bills, and an all-day benefit featuring Volker Strif ler, the Pulsators, Levi Lloyd, A Case of the Willys, Detroit Disciples, Hillside Fire, Joel Rudinow and more aims to raise money for the ailing comrade. â€œHe was just a constant,â€? says the Tradewindsâ€™ current bartender. â€œIt wasnâ€™t a Sunday morning with football without John.â€? Leave an extra tip on the bar on Sunday, Nov. 1, at the Tradewinds. 8210 Old Redwood Hwy., Cotati. Noon. $10. 707.795.7878.
On Remembering Spanning three special concerts, the Santa Rosa Symphony Chamber Playersâ€™ Festival of Remembrance is designed for its audience to ref lect on and more deeply understand a trio of historically significant events: Dia de los Muertos, the internment of Japanese residents in concentration camps during World War II and the Nazi holocaust. Local musicians, a rabbi, a journalist, an oral historian and local leaders all contribute to the performances, replete with audio-visual sets and art. The series kicks off with pieces by acclaimed Mexican composers Carlos ChĂĄvez (String Quartet no. 3) and Silvestre Revueltas (String Quartet no. 4, Musica de Feria), augmented by locals Trio Nuevo Amanecer. Linda Lemus speaks on the holiday and recorded
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climaxes one of Orson Wellesâ€™ most plagued moviesâ€”he owed it to Columbia Pictures to repay a loan, mindlessly pitched a nonexistent plot, cast his estranged wife Rita Hayworth in the lead role and admitted, afterward, that it made little sense. But the film noir captures a wonderful vision of San Francisco and, in some scenes, the Sausalito waterfront. For a special screening in San Rafael, Wellesâ€™ own daughter Chris Welles Feder will be on hand to discuss the film, her fatherâ€™s genius and her new book, In My Fatherâ€™s Shadow: A Daughter Remembers Orson Welles. See film history come alive on Monday, Nov. 2, at the Rafael Film Center. 1118 Fourth St., San Rafael. 7pm. $10. 415.454.1222.
Trick or Treatment Since Napa has no real gay bar, a group of friends called Team Guerrilla bounce around the valley hosting what they call the Napa Guerrilla Gay Bar. The idea is simple: to descend on a local pub or bar and make it â€œgay for a dayâ€? with fabulous fashion sense and even more fabulous dancing. So far, the group has turned the disco out at watering holes as varied as Henryâ€™s Cocktail Lounge, Jonesyâ€™s at the Napa airport, Compadres Rio Grille, Bardessono, the Centre Cafe and Panchaâ€™s in Yountville. Itâ€™s not just in good fun, eitherâ€” the idea raises awareness of a gay community in Napa along with thousands of dollars for the Napa Valley AIDS Walk. Hosted by Kellie Green from the Vine 93.3-FM, the walk features sponsored teams in Halloween costumes, raff les, balloons, horse rides and DJ Rotten Robbie. Better yet, it supports HIV services at the Queen of the Valley hospital in Napa, and it all happens on Saturday, Oct. 31, at the Lincoln Theater. 100 California Drive, Yountville. 10am. Free. 707.738.4040.
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ast Wednesday, Oct. 21, at Hopmonk Tavern in Sebastopol, the envelopes were ripped, the gold record awards distributed, and we announced the winners of the fifth annual North Bay Music Awards. Thanks to all who came out to the Hopmonk Tavern and made it such a sweet evening, and thanks especially to the George Marsh Quartet, Arann Harris and the Greenstring Farm Band and Body or Brain (whose lead singer Jakey Lee is seen leaping up) for playing; to Noah D for keeping it live on the turntables; to Ricky Watts for doing live painting and helping raise hundreds of dollars for Face to Face and Food for Thought; to Brian GrifďŹ th and Bill Bowker from the KRSH 95.9-FM for presenting; and to the Hopmonk itself for having us back for another great year. This year, we had over 2,000 people vote in categories that were sometimes very, very close. Weâ€™re lucky to have such a wealth of talent in the North Bay, and we salute everyoneâ€”winners, nominees and non-nominees allâ€”who continue to enrich the breeding ground of excellent music in the area. Without further ado, then . . . Blues / R&B Michael Barclay â€˘ BonaďŹ de Blue â€˘ Linda Ferro â€˘ SoulShine Blues Bandâ€˘ Volker StriďŹ‚er Winner: Volker StriďŹ‚er Country / Americana Aaran Harris and the Greenstring Farm Band â€˘ Poor Manâ€™s Whiskey â€˘ Kevin Russell â€˘ Stiff Dead Cat â€˘ Trailer Park Rangers Winner: Poor Manâ€™s Whiskey Dance / DJ DJ Amenâ€˘ DJ Jacques â€˘ DJ Malarkey â€˘ DJ Noah D â€˘ DJ Rob Cervantes Winner: DJ Noah D Folk / Acoustic Mr. December â€˘ Pink Sabbath â€˘ Serf & James â€˘ Peter Tracy â€˘ Way-to-Go Joes Winner: Mr. December Rap / Hip-Hop Ant D.O.G. â€˘ At All Costs â€˘ Cavity â€˘ Latin Hyper â€˘ Truthlive Winner: At All Costs Jazz Jason Bodlovich â€˘ George Marsh â€˘ Stephanie Ozer â€˘ Jackie Ryan â€˘ Wesla WhitďŹ eld Winner: Jason Bodlovich Indie Rock / Punk Baby Seal Club â€˘ Body or Brain â€˘ Litany for the Whale â€˘ Not to Reason Why â€˘ Semi-Evolved Simians Winner: Baby Seal Club Rock / Metal Motogruv â€˘ David Nelson â€˘ the Pulsators â€˘ the Spindles â€˘ the Thugz Winner: The Pulsators World / Reggae Gator Beat â€˘ Markus James â€˘ Tom Rigney â€˘ Sol Horizon â€˘ Zydeco Flames Winner: Zydeco Flames See yaâ€™ll next year! Gabe Meline
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