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Screens and haste define even the best modern-day relationship
By Nancy Long
hatâ€™s with TV and men, anyway? I have a brand-new apartment on the water furnished with the latest furniture styles, gleaming appliances and fabulous artwork. My girlfriends come over to ooh and aah over my silky crimson drapes, plush soft bath towels and crystal blue f lower vases. But my men friends? All they see is the HDTV. The remote is in their hands fast after that first hug and hello. At least I never have to worry about other women. My boyfriend gets so crabby when I complain about his TV watching that heâ€™ll threaten time alone with â€œthe other mistress.â€? At his own house, he has a new HDTV with a bigger screen than mine and with more channels, and â€œsheâ€? doesnâ€™t quip sarcastic commentaries on the danger of radiation burning the surface of your eyeballs from hours and hours of screen play. (I suspect she has no cellulite, eitherâ€”all sleek smooth lines). Going with a bunch of gals to see Sex and the City 2, what scene brought the most moans and groans from my fellow females? When Big bought Carrie a HDTV for their bedroom for their anniversary! He was thrilled. Guess how she felt. Comments echoed all around me: â€œAll my husband does is watch TV.â€? â€œHe only wants me for my Sony.â€? â€œIf a fire broke out, the Samsung would be grabbed first!â€? What has happened to us? The new age of tech has brought us unspeakable advances in communication. I marvel at how our senses can be stimulated, imagination transported and relationships developed across oceans in a blink of an eye. I love a great movie in 3D just like anyone else. Avatar and Up were incredible. But our habits have fallen into a new wave of tech obsessions. Itâ€™s affecting how we relateâ€”and how we date. Mention a trip to the art gallery, my guy slumps. Best Buy? The car keys are already in his hands!
Our high-speed tech lifestyle reaches into all facets. Recently, I read an article about speed dating. Five minutes for each person, then the timer goes off and you talk to someone else for five minutes. Fast, like an assembly line. Whatever happened to making time to get to know one another? My daughter works in a restaurant in the city and tells me how families bring their children in and place the DVD players in front of them at the table in order to calm and amuse the kids so Mommy and Daddy can have some â€œdating time.â€? (Of course, most of the time, cell phones are whipped out and texts are typed in between the appetizers and dessert.) Adults are getting carpal tunnel syndrome with too much finger-punching, while teens are known to text 600 times a day! (What? Furthermore: how? Thatâ€™s 60 an hour, 10 hours a day. When do they go to the toilet?) In the good old days, a woman would throw a manâ€™s clothes out the window when he strayed. Now she throws the HDTV and remote out with the trashâ€”and him, too. On a lighter note, my guy is great. Heâ€™s witty, has a good heart, makes me dinnerâ€” shuts the tube off when we dineâ€”and laughs at my stupid jokes. But wouldnâ€™t it be nice, once in awhile, to sit on the deck, hold hands and watch nature TV? The moon, the water, the boats sailing by? Not as exciting as CSI, but it sure would feed my soul and give us a little time to get to know each other again.
At least I never have to worry about other women.
Petaluma writer Nancy Long is the creator of the 5 Minute Street Play Festival, host of the LiveWire Literary Salon and an award-winning playwright and director. 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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Obama has basically continued with Bushâ€™s policies. Letâ€™s be blunt about this. In Afghanistan, he went beyond Bush. He escalated the war. He went along with this policy of the surge. And he ordered more drone attacks on civilians in Pakistan in his one year in office than Bush had done during his last term. So for the people of that region, Obamaâ€™s presidency has been a total disaster. And itâ€™s not working. They have a puppet leader, Karzai, whoâ€™s developing his own sort of dynamic, because heâ€™s grown very wealthy through corruption and thinks that he has genuine support. One manâ€™s terrorist is anotherâ€™s freedom fighter, and what some governments consider potential terrorists are simply those who donâ€™t agree with government policies. And the ones who are saying that this is an unwinnable war are absolutely right. Itâ€™s a
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year ago, Richard C. Blum, then chairman of the regents of the University of California, spoke at the Milken Instituteâ€™s Global Conference 2009, held at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. The corporate confab was hosted by Michael Milken, the â€œjunk bond kingâ€? who went to prison in the aftermath of the savings and loan fiasco in the 1980s. Milken, who is barred from securities trading for life by federal regulators, has since re-created himself as a proponent of investing in for-profit educational corporations, an industry that regularly comes under government and media scrutiny in response to allegations of fraud made by dissatisfied students. At the conference, Blum, who is the husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein and a
professional Wall Street speculator, sat on a panel called â€œThe New University and Its Role in the Economy.â€? The panel focused on how universities can best serve the corporate jones for tech-savvy employees by recruiting smart freshmen with scientific talent. One panel member urged treating universities as â€œlaboratories of business ideas and products.â€? As someone who oversees investment policy decisions for the University of Californiaâ€™s $63 billion portfolio, and as the largest shareholder in two forprofit corporate-run universities, Blum had a unique perspective to share at the conference. â€œItâ€™s like anything else,â€? he said. â€œItâ€™s how you market it.â€? Marketing strategy aside, Blum has taken on two seemingly disparate rolesâ€”one as an advocate for a nonprofit university and the other as an owner of two for-profit educational corporations. However, as a regent, Blum has
taken actions that, intentionally or not, have enhanced the value of his vocational schools. Are his loyalties conflicted? For several years, Blumâ€™s firm, Blum Capital Partners, has been the dominant shareholder in two of the nationâ€™s largest for-profit universities, Career Education Corporation and ITT Educational Services Inc. The San Franciscoâ€“based firmâ€™s combined holdings in the two chain schools is currently $923 million. As Blumâ€™s ownership stake enlarged, UC investment managers shadowed him, ultimately investing $53 million of public funds into the two educational corporations. The regentsâ€™ conflict-of-interest policy requires them to â€œavoid the potential for and the appearance of conflicts of interest with respect to the selection of individual investments. . . . [P]ublic officials shall not make, participate in making, or influence a governmental decision in % -
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which the official has a conflict of interest.â€? And the California Political Reform Act of 1974 provides civil and criminal penalties for officials who ignore conflicts of interestâ€”as UC makes clear in ethics-training presentations specifically created for university officials. The Board of Regents, however, is self-policing and tolerates situations that cause others concern. John M. Simpson of Consumer Watchdog, a nonprofit education and advocacy organization based in Santa Monica, comments: â€œIt is hugely inappropriate for the University of California to invest in for-profit colleges when it should be promoting public education. And something stinks when university investments end up in companies largely controlled by a regent. To the average fellow on the street, this would seem to be a conflict of interest. It is up to Mr. Blum and the UC treasurer to explain how it could not be a conflict of interest.â€?
ue to serial tuition hikes by the UC regents, their gutting of many classes and educational programs, and the imposition of a 15 percent reduction of in-state admissions to the university, the gateway to higher learning in California has seriously narrowed. As a UC regent, Blum voted in favor of all of these measures, and such actions have indirectly benefited his corporate colleges. But his schools are not the only ones profiting from the financial disaster that besets many public universities. On March 13, the New York Times summed up the situation, reporting that many chain schools, including ITT Educational Services and Career Education Corporation, â€œhave exploited the recession as a lucrative recruiting device while tapping a larger pool of federal aid . . . selling young people on dreams of middle-class wages while setting them up for default on untenable debts, low-wage work and a struggle to avoid poverty.â€? The Times noted that for-profit schools are directly benefiting from cuts in education, especially in California where state-funded universities and community colleges have been â€œforced to cut classes just when demand is greatest.â€? Indeed, ITT Educational Services recently reported to its shareholders that due in large part to â€œhigher unemployment rates among unskilled workers,â€? company revenue increased by $300 million, to $1.3 billion (double its take in 2005). Responding to a recession-induced increase in demand for vocational training, ITT increased its tuition by 5 percent; 70 percent of ITTâ€™s revenue comes from federal tuition-aid programs. And ITTâ€™s profits rocketed in tandem with new enrollments, even as UC and other public universities were turning away students for lack of programs.
n the U.S., the dominant vocational education corporations are the University of Phoenix, Corinthian Colleges, Strayer University, Kaplan University (owned by the Washington Post Company), Career Education Corporation and ITT Educational Services. Collectively, these companies operate hundreds of schools and teach hundreds of thousands of students, most of them eligible for public and private financial aid. The chains offer training for such technical professions as radiological technician, beautician, automotive mechanic, medical billing clerk, web designer and massage therapist. But they
also offer degrees in engineering, computer science and business. Increasingly, they are promoting online education, which limits their operational costs, even though virtual courses are often not suitable for teaching nursing, cooking or car repair. On a fairly regular basis, government regulatorsâ€”including the U.S. Department of Justiceâ€”have accused chain schools of preying upon low-income individuals and active military service members. Typically, state and federal agencies report, chain-school recruiters load students down with highinterest-rate loan packages that, on average, amount to $30,000. As a result, fewer than 70 percent of enrollees graduate. Those who do graduate with two-year associateâ€™s degrees often find out that the curriculum did not prepare them for the technical requirements of the jobs they seek. When dropouts and underpaid graduates default on their student loans, the taxpayers remain on the hook.
lumâ€™s investment bank entered the for-profit education business in 1987, when he purchased a large block of shares in National Education Corporation, an Irvine-based vocational school that specialized in awarding mail-order diplomas. He joined the companyâ€™s board of directors, sitting alongside former U.S. senator Barry Goldwater and David C. Jones, a former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Two years later, according to a report in the Los Angeles Times, Blum got in hot water when angry shareholders filed a lawsuit contending that â€œthe company issued rosy financial statements while Blum and other directors were selling their shares.â€? The shareholders claimed in court documents that Blum sold $2.7 million worth of shares at about $24 per share after he learned, a day before the public announcement, that the company president planned to resign. When the share price bottomed out at $3.50 a share after the announcement, Blum reinvested in the troubled company, booking a profit. A new president was hired in 1994 to reform the school and bring it into the age of computerized learning. By 1995, Blum had gained control of 11.5 percent of National Education Corporation stock after combining his firmâ€™s holdings with that of a nonprofit investment fund, Commonfund, for which Blum worked as an investment adviser. (Commonfund manages investments for more than 1,400 universities, including UC.) In 1997, Harcourt, the textbook publisher, bought National Education Corporation for about $750 million, or $21 a share. Blum and his private partners profited handsomely. After he became a regent in 2002, Blum greatly increased his investment in for-profit education. In June 2005, Blum Capital Partners bought 5 percent of the stock, worth $24 million, in Lincoln Education Services Corp., a $300 million operation with 32 campuses. Blum also acquired large blocks of shares in ITT Educational Services and Career Education Corporation. These two purchases followed dips in the companiesâ€™ stock prices brought about by allegations of corrupt practices made against them by government agencies. In the case of ITT Educational Services, federal and state regulators investigated the company in 2004 after shareholders and students alleged that it falsified student attendance, grades and job placement records in order to keep federal financial aid flowing. When the news broke, the price of ITT shares halved.
Blum Capital Partners pounced, purchasing reams of devalued ITT stock. It soon owned the largest block of stock in the company, achieving a 10 percent ownership stake in 2006. Not long afterward, the investigations were closed with no findings of wrongdoing. By May 2010, ITTâ€™s revenue exceeded $1.3 billion, and Blum Capital Partnersâ€™ stake was valued at $415 million. Similarly, Blum Capital Partners bought shares of Career Education Corporation, a $1.8 billion operation that serves 90,000 students, following a corruption controversy. In 2004, Career Education Corporation was investigated by multiple federal agencies after whistleblower lawsuits alleged that the school had allowed failing students to remain enrolled in order to keep its pipeline to federal grants and loans tapped. In 2005, after 60 Minutes televised an unfavorable story about the chain school, the value of its stock dropped by more than half. Blum Capital Partners bought in for $33 million. By May 2010, its stake had grown to $508 million, making Blumâ€™s firm by far the largest and most powerful shareholder of the chain school. A partner with Blum Capital Partners, Greg L. Jackson, sits on the board of Career Education Corporation. University of California is an investor in both educational corporations.
ven as Blum was buying stock in Career Education and ITT Educational Services, UC financial records show that the universityâ€™s investment managers were actively buying and selling these same stocks to the tune of $53 million. The university was not just holding on to these stocks to accrue value over time; it was daytrading them in large amounts, as much as $2 million a trade, thereby affecting the daily price of these stocks. When UC treasurer Marie Berggren was questioned about the propriety of UC investing in Blumâ€™s for-profit college chains, her spokesman, Steve Montiel, replied by email, â€œThe Treasurerâ€™s Office doesnâ€™t track Regentsâ€™ holdings in making decisions about security selections, though Regentsâ€™ holdings are disclosed as a matter of policy.â€? In other words, the treasurer does not review the regentsâ€™ financial disclosure statements, which are public records, for potential conflicts. Of course, UCâ€™s investments are also public records available to the regents, so a regent could easily avoid conflicts, should he or she choose to do so. Blum did not respond to repeated requests for comment. But UC spokeswoman Lynn Tierney called on his behalf, saying that the university recruits its students from the intellectual elite of applicants. Therefore, â€œUC is not losing students to Blumâ€™s vocational schools, and there is no conflict of interest,â€? she claimed, declining to present evidence that thwarted UC students were not attending for-profit colleges. Regardless, the bottom line is that UC is investing tens of millions of public dollars in two for-profit school chains largely controlled by a regent and Wall Street arbitrager who sits on UCâ€™s investment committee. Shown the documentation used to support this story, Noah Stern, president of Associated Students at the University of California, says, â€œStudent trust in the regents was already shaky. In light of this revelation of investment abuse, we need a structural overhaul of the university governance system.â€?
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ublicists should take lessons from the Rapture Right. In lieu of the humdrum press release, branded tchotchkes or complimentary tickets, the purportedly hardcore, right-wing Christian duo simply threaten a boycott. Responses from the media run the gamut from â€œHuh?â€? to bona fide alarm and even the occasional 700-word column in an alternative news weekly. The Rapture Right represent the vanguard of contemporary ultra-conservative religious activism. Their public-relations arsenal brims with all order of contemporary messaging tools, from social-media profiles and educational videos on their website TheRaptureRight.com to original music and forays into public protest. Of course, their penchant for pedantry and relentless religiosity keeps the ranks small. Their total headcount numbers twoâ€”just enough to enjoy one of the more elaborate inside jokes to be conceived, immaculately or otherwise, in Sonoma County. As the Rapture Right, the doctrinaire duo Timothy and Trevor Christian position themselves, among other things, as â€œa hardcore Christian electro-goth band that has been writing music for God through God for God to listen to for the past couple of years.â€? Doff the pageboy doâ€™s and pancake makeup, and theyâ€™re Glen Stewart and Daniel Walker, respectively, whose mĂŠtier is an arresting hybrid of performance art, activism and satire that raises eyebrowsâ€”and sometimes fists. Like their corporate counterparts the Yes Men, the Rapture Right deconstruct the codifications of a particular social paradigm to both edify and entertain. Like magicians or con menâ€”and the most convincing
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performers are often bothâ€”the Rapture Right have also honed the art of misdirection. Their joke isnâ€™t necessarily on the conventional God-fearing folk to whom the Rapture Right might represent some kind of dyed-black apotheosis. Rather, their targets are the comparatively silent voices in the religious debateâ€”the agnostics and atheistsâ€”whose activism often begins and ends with a â€œCoExistâ€? bumper-sticker on their car. In the past decade, there have been a few occasions in which secular interests mustered effective commentary in comedy, the most successful example being Bobby Hendersonâ€™s â€œPastafarianâ€? Flying Spaghetti Monster. Later, Bill Maher made waves with his pro-secular documentary Religulous (naturally, the Rapture Right boycotted it and were featured on the filmâ€™s website after Stewart phoned its distributor and claimed to be covering the boycott for a local daily metro). What distinguishes these Virgin Mary pranksters is the personal peril they risk while confronting secular humanists, a group with which they both identify philosophically. According to Stewart, real Christians tend to shy away from the Rapture Right. â€œTheyâ€™re either afraid when they see it or theyâ€™re embarrassed when they see it, so they stay away altogether,â€? he says, adding that â€œ90 percent of the people who email us are secular, yet they donâ€™t get it, they didnâ€™t see the satire and theyâ€™re just so mad. Itâ€™s nice to see that happen because itâ€™s actually motivating them.â€? Hear more about the Rapture Right and other topics on the Bohemianâ€™s newest effort, â€˜Arts I.D.,â€™ an audio magazine debuting Wednesday, June 30, at 7pm on KRCB, 91.1-FM. Boycott Daedalus Howell at DHowell.com.
Gregory Unruhâ€™s five biosphere rules for business By Juliane Poirier
co-efficiency,â€? writes Gregory Unruh with cool confidence, â€œis the equivalent of cutting back from two packs of cigarettes a day to one.â€? Rather, he says, we need â€œa more radical vision of eliminating waste.â€? So in his book, Earth, Inc.: Using Natureâ€™s Rules to Build Sustainable Profits, Unruh outlines a radical, return-tonature vision that calls for replacing the standard â€œvalue chainâ€? model with a â€œvalue cycleâ€? model. If anyone missed that little gem, let me explain: Unruh just took a straight line and made a circle. Feel any paradigms shifting? Unruh, who directs the Lincoln Center for Ethics in Global Management and cofounded the Center for Eco-Intelligent Management, proposes that sustainability be embedded so deeply in the operational system of a business that we donâ€™t need to talk about it anymore or hire another person to manage it as a sideline. â€œA snail,â€? Unruh writes, â€œdoesnâ€™t wake up and say, â€˜How can I be sustainable today?â€™â€? In the natural world, sustainability is embedded in all functions. To a target audience of business leaders, many of whom are subscribers to the Harvard Business Review, Unruh lays out a profitsecuring strategy that follows principles â€œperfected three and a half billion years ago and encoded into every living thing on the planet long before humans existed.â€? Wow. Iâ€™m on the edge of my seat here. Unruh calls them the biosphere rules, and they number one through five: (1) materials parsimony; (2) power autonomy; (3) value cycles; (4) sustainable product platforms; (5) function over form. What do these rules mean, exactly? The first is about raw materials. To follow this rule is to reduce and simplify the number and types of materials used in products. (This is not to be confused with using less stuff, although that is good, too.) The idea is to keep materials simple, not only to plan for recycling and reuse purposes but also to avoid the disasters that have resulted in blithely using complex and unstudied materials. Unruh points to the big kerfuffle when the once-celebrated Nalgene plastic became
suspected of leaching toxins. All those water bottles were quickly pulled from the shelves, and people still argue over how much toxicity was released and under what circumstances. Better to keep it simple and avoid disastersâ€” both to public health and to the public image of your business. The second rule asks to design energy use in the context of the products made and processes that make them. Planning for energy efficiency, use and generation is integrated with the design and is not an after-thought. Rule three demands that businesses â€œrecover and reincarnate materials from end-of-use goods into new value-added products.â€? Reminding us that we are all stardust (which Joni Mitchell announced in the key of C at Woodstock), Unruh says itâ€™s time to abandon the â€œsell it and forget itâ€? approach that went along with the linear â€œvalue chainâ€? model. Unruhâ€™s â€œvalue cycleâ€? model requires that before one reshapes stardust into a product for sale, one knows what that stardust will become at the end of its product life. Rule four advises businesses to â€œleverage . . . [the] value cycle as a product platform for scale, scope and knowledge economies,â€? and uses Clorox as an example. Clorox has kicked booty in developing and leveraging the platform for green product lines, even overturning long-established â€œgreenâ€? product companies. The happy news for businesses, Unruh says, is that restrictions on materials and energy use are not blocks to â€œcreating new products and attacking fresh markets.â€? The final rule asks that businesses â€œfulfill customersâ€™ functional needs in ways that sustain the value cycle.â€? The idea of functional business models is not new, Unruh says. The polar opposite of the â€œsell it and forget itâ€? model, the so-called servicization idea, moves toward long-term service relationships with customers. Instead of selling more quarts of oil, for example, Castrol decided to sell its knowledge of lubricant uses. The company developed a customer-service program that creates revenue by helping customers use less, not more, of its products. â€œCastrolâ€™s services,â€? Unruh writes, â€œare aimed at mutual benefit, not just selling the customer more stuff.â€? Now thereâ€™s a business concept.
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lenty of guys in their 20s have a jones for pizza, but few are crazy enough to follow their pie passion to the extreme and open an Italian restaurant in Napa, the land of way too many Italian restaurants. But the wildly successful Oenotri, now in its third month, has taken foodies by surprise just as the proprietors, Curtis Di Fede and Tyler Rodde, have more or less jolted the culinary community here. For them, the quest for authenticity is, well, an extreme sport. My first time at Oenotri, I sat at the counter to watch the line cooks. Di Fede was grinning in front of his chest-high wood-fire oven like a man in love, making his signature pizzasâ€”very thin dough, amorphous white cheese with mussels and a shining ring of olive oil brushed upon the exposed edges. As he slipped the creation into the oven, a customer asked idly, â€œHow hot does it get in there?â€? Di Fede whipped out a gunlike gadget and pointed it at the fiery interior. â€œEight hundred degrees,â€? he reported proudly, explaining that the beautiful clay oven came from Naples by boat. With installation, it cost over $20,000. I wondered at first whether this was taking the whole Italian thing to the extreme (donâ€™t we make ovens in this country?) until I sat
down to interview the two pizza fanatics and fell entirely under the spell of their enthusiasm. â€œWeâ€™re obsessed about pizza,â€? Di Fede explains. â€œWe love pizza.â€? But this almost sounds like a ruse when theyâ€™re doing so much more than that and working 90 hours and seven days a week to get it done. But neither chef looks tired as I stare across a restaurant table at them for a morning interview, noticing also why theyâ€™re often mistaken for brothers. Similar in build with matching brown hair, the men are equally humorous and uncannily compatible, even finishing each otherâ€™s sentences. Like twins, they exuded matching amounts of joie de vivre when talking about food. â€œWe love to learn things and to dig down deep,â€? says Rodde. Di Fede adds, â€œWe like to do things from the ground up.â€? This includes the flooring and kitchen design they did to get the place opened. I look down at the pigmented concrete and ask, â€œSo, you know about floors?â€? They grin, and Rodde answers for both of them: â€œWe do now.â€? Someone from the kitchen announces a delivery. A 220-pound pig has arrived and is ready for butchering. â€œWe do all our own butchering, because you donâ€™t know how the animal was treated unless you see the condition of the whole thing. Most restaurants order cuts of things, but we donâ€™t. We get a whole pig every Wednesday,â€?
Di Fede explains. â€œWe butcher it ourselves and use every part of it. We make salumi, pĂ˘tĂŠ and head cheese. The bones go to stock.â€? Rodde, a culinary school drop-out, and Di Fede, graduate of a nine-month cooking program in London, met four years ago as line cooks in Oaklandâ€™s Oliveto where they got their real education, learning about the labor-intensive southern Italian cooking methods practiced at that iconic East Bay restaurant. They knew there was nothing similar being done in the Napa Valley, where both men have family ties. Over a cup of coffee, the friends plotted their restaurant and then spent three years making it happen, hands on. â€œPeople didnâ€™t think we were serious at first,â€? Di Fede says, adding, â€œbecause we like to have fun.â€? Fun appears to be the operative word here. And Di Fede and Rodde think it would be fun to earn the certificate of pizza-making authenticity backed by the Italian government, the Vera Pizza Napoletana. â€œYou can only use four ingredients in the dough,â€? Di Fee says, his face alight with joy. Clearly their jones for authenticity is equal to their jones for making a good pizza. And while these two guys are having fun, Oenotri is getting excellent reviews. There hasnâ€™t been a slow night yet. 1425 First St., Napa. Open nightly. 707.252.1022. www.oenotri.com
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Summer Music Series Live from the Middle Reach
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Dinner up to $11 OFF (no purchase of beverage necessary)
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Growing up in the Martinelli family, Darek Trowbridge worked the vineyards from his late teens. He later earned a masters in winemaking, but like artists who delved into primitivism only after mastering modern perspective, he chose to make his own wine in what is called the natural way: with native yeasts, no enhancing additives, and minimal sulfur. Even heating and cooling are achieved via sun and shade. â€œNatural wineâ€? is thus far largely an urban-winebar phenomenon that relies on European imports. But Trowbridge is no ideologue and can explain in detail why his techniques create the kind of palate he is looking for. Another Old World aspect is that the proprietor lives onsite and is likely to be the host pouring. Fun fact for New World wine buffs: the humble winery shed was the original spot rented by Burt Williams and Ed Selyem, in which they made the Jackass Hill Zinfandel that put Martinelli vineyards on the radar. Who would guess that for such a quixotic project, the standout wines would be Chardonnay and Cabâ€”for different reasons. The 2008 â€œTweek Blockâ€? Chardonnay ($20) brings me back to the crush pad: wild aromas of grape skin and spice, owing to an unusual full-dayâ€™s soaking prior pressing, with cashew nut and (pleasant) volatile notes, prepare the palate not in the least for an explosion of bright green, Granny Smith apple ďŹ‚avor. Hard to believe thereâ€™s 100 percent new oak on this, itâ€™s so vibrant and atypical of the butter-on-ďŹ re set. The unique 2006 Sterling Family Vineyard Pinot Noir ($32) sports pine sap, rosemary aromas, with lean ďŹ‚avors of pomegranate; licorice and chocolate liqueur on the 2005 Rockinâ€™ R Ranch Syrah ($25). The juicy 2006 Two Vineyard Field Blend ($28) is made in the traditional all-grapes-in way, and is rich with hints of dried dates, plums and dark toast. But a Sonoma Coast appellated Cab? I was prepared for a curiosity indeed. Hailing from a hot spot up in the Cazaderoâ€™s â€œbanana belt,â€? the 2004 Bei du Rochi Cabernet Sauvignon ($28) offers up the purest blackcurrant Cab aromas, with dark berry liqueur, chocolate and spice, while lithe acidity wraps the ďŹ‚avors with soft tannin tightly to the ďŹ nish. Itâ€™s reminiscent of some of the better product off the western slope of the Mayacamas and might stand its own against a good many twice, thrice the price. In any case, pretty darn classy for a wine trod underneath a bunch of bare feet. Old World Winery, 850 River Road, Fulton. By appointment only. No fee. 707.578.3148 or info@ oldworldwinery.com.
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bout 10 years ago, Penny LivingstoneStark and her husband started building a permaculture garden on their small property near Point Reyes. Permaculture, a play on the words â€œpermanent agricultureâ€? and â€œpermanent culture,â€? uses a set of principles to create sustainable systems that imitate patterns found in nature. First, the Starks put in a food forestâ€”a garden that imitates the forest ecosystemâ€”full of fruit trees, nuts, herbs, berries, vegetables and flowers, as well as some plants for making furniture and baskets. Next, they made a pond using gray water from their laundry and bath, and filled it with ducks and koi. After that, they took the earth they had dug out of the pond and made a small cob building which acts as a library. They have chickens for eggs, solar power for electricity and a water tank holding 2,800 gallons of rainwater. On top of all that, the Starks donâ€™t have to fertilize because the soil has been built up. They donâ€™t have to water the plants, except
the raspberries, because roots are now deeply established, and because they have used watersaving techniques in the soil. In fact, the garden produces so much food that they have enlisted the local wildlife to help use it all up. â€œSometimes we let the deer come in during the fall because we have so much food, we canâ€™t give it all away,â€? says Penny. â€œSo they help us clean the garden. I donâ€™t know how many gardeners actually encourage the deer to come in.â€? While the garden started out as the Starks private experiment, it quickly attracted attention. When guests stayed at the coupleâ€™s now-defunct bed and breakfast, they were amazed by what they saw. Word spread, and soon people were asking to write about the garden in books. They were invited all over the world to teach about permaculture. Soon after, they founded the Regenerative Design Institute (RDI) in Bolinas, where, among other things, people can take courses in permaculture design. In 2003, they began working on the Commonweal Garden, a 17-acre Bolinas farm that is being â€œtransformed into a permaculture model of human beings living in harmony with the earth,â€? according to the RDI website.
Like her garden, Pennyâ€™s career is blooming. â€œI had never written anything before this,â€? she says. â€œI had never spoken or done anything like that. We were just doing this garden, and it brought the world to us that way.â€? Permaculture is a design science that centers around three core values: caring for the earth, caring for people and reinvesting surplus back into the system. While permaculture principles can be applied to any human system, for the most part, it starts with a garden. Instead of a grid of vegetables or a bank of flowers, the permaculture approach is to layer different plantsâ€”from fruit trees to vines to herbsâ€”while putting an emphasis on planting perennials, building soil, retaining water and using resources at hand. Everything has more than one purpose, and everything works together. â€œItâ€™s looking at the intelligence of nature and applying natureâ€™s principles to human design,â€? Penny says. â€œItâ€™s about how to address our needs in a way that does not destroy everything and in a way that regenerates the earth rather than depleting it on a large scale.â€?
Food Forests & More Permaculture has been around since 1978, when two Australians, Bill Mollison and David Holmgren, published a book called Permaculture One. But lately, permaculture has been gaining in popularity all over the world, and the North Bay is no exception. Courses at RDI and the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center (OAEC) fill up fast as people seek to earn a certificate in permaculture design. Food forests are popping up in community centers and grammar schools all over the place. There are permaculture landscape designers, permaculture workshops and even a blog on the subject called Permie.net. In Marin County, there’s Permaculture Marin, a volunteer organization that meets once a month. The group was founded three years ago by 10 like-minded people and now has some 60 members. In addition to regular workshops, the members work on projects at each other’s houses and in the community. Permaculture Marin recently built a food forest in front of Hall Middle School in Larkspur, a project that involved the students as well as the teachers. “And the beautiful thing about it is that the public can enjoy the food forest as well,” says Kathleen Lanphier, one of Permaculture Marin’s co-founders. “As it grows into a more mature garden, the fruit and berries will be accessible. It’s a wonderful thing.” On the surface, permaculture seems to encompass other environmental trends, like biomimcry or urban homesteading or native gardening. But permaculture is more than all these parts because it also addresses the big ecological picture. It is about designing an overall system that people can build step by step, emphasizing the practical while keeping an eye on the big picture. “It’s very hopeful,” Lanphier says. “And it has a creative way of looking at the world that I love. This is a time of real despair in so many ways. Every day, the news is so bleak. Permaculture offers a lot of timetested solutions to some of these problems. That’s comforting.”
Healing the Land Imagine a world where neighbors take down their fences and fill their backyards with an elaborate self-sustaining garden. Instead of a lawn, their yard is a combination of fruit and nut trees, greens, herbs, chickens and vegetables. Instead of paying for city water, they have retained enough rainwater in the soil that the garden waters itself. Instead of lugging in compost, they have built up the soil enough that the garden selffertilizes. There is so much spare food that neighbors get the surplus. Actually, this is a description of Erik Ohlsen’s house. Ohlsen, a permaculture designer and teacher, owns one-third of an acre in Sebastopol. He and his two neighbors took down their fences and built a food forest that serves as a permaculture model for his neighborhood. It has 82 fruit trees, eight chickens, two habitat ponds, and has harvested a stunning 200,000 gallons of rainwater. The garden benefits the whole
neighborhood. The neighbors give Ohlsen their kitchen scraps for the chickens and often receive surplus food in exchange. And anyone who is interested can learn from the garden. “One-third of an acre makes so much food,” Ohlsen says. “You can support two or three families on just one-third of an acre, so we share the abundance with the community.” Ohlsen runs Permaculture Artisans, a permaculture landscaping business. In addition to designing systems for his clients, he also partners with Petaluma’s Daily Acts to create designs for local municipalities. In one case, he turned the front lawn of Sebastopol’s Cavanaugh Center into a food forest, complete with storm-water harvesting, edible fruits and berries and medicinal plants. Many of Ohlsen’s clients come to him because they want to reduce their carbon footprint or have a more sustainable backyard. But recently, he has seen a new trend: they want to heal their land. “I have people asking, ‘How do I take care of a forest that has been neglected for two decades?’” he says. “Or, ‘How do I care for these grasslands that were overgrazed and have been neglected for 50 years?’ So it’s a trend toward larger scale ecological care.” Because of permaculture’s focus on building soil, planting beneficial plants, harvesting water and attracting wildlife, it has more than enough potential to improve the ecology of a landscape. Using its principles, people can actually do more good for the land than if they left it to fend for itself. When RDI started the Commonweal Garden six years ago, the land was closed in with hemlock and wild radish. Now, after seven years of human intervention, there is a dramatic difference in how well the land looks and works. “I would love to see a comparative study on the number of birds and insects on the farm compared to the coastal chaparral that is next to us,” Penny Livingstone-Stark says. “We’ve opened the land up and it has had a positive effect on the wildlife. There is more structural diversity with meadows and trees and different canopies, and there is more water on the land and more soil.”
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forest. A plant like bee balm, for example, might be put in because it brings bees into the garden, is pretty to look at, smells good and can be used as an herb. One plant works four ways. If every element does this, the garden begins to work together and to become self-sustaining and efficient. Permaculture can lead to creative solutions. When snails were wrecking havoc in Pennyâ€™s garden, she decided that she didnâ€™t have a snail problem, she had a duck shortage. So she got some ducks and let them wander around the garden. Soon, they ate up all the snails and turned them into fertilizer. With one change, she had taken a problem and made it a benefit for her garden. Then, when she got tired of changing the ducksâ€™ water, she decided to build a pond for them to swim in. Instead of filling the pond with city water, she employed another principle of permacultureâ€”using the resources at handâ€”and filled it with a combination of roof water and gray water. Today, the pond thrives with koi, ducks, frogs and other wildlife. â€œAnd in almost 10 years, I have never seen a fish belly floating upside down in that pond,â€? Penny says. Water is important. Large gardens are notoriously expensive to irrigate, and California is notoriously mired in water issues. But with permaculture, something like storm-water runoff becomes a boon for the garden. Instead of draining water away from the house, which can dehydrate the soil and cause erosion, permaculture contours the land with shallow ditches called swales and small hills called berms, which catch rainwater and allow it to slowly sink into the ground. Over time, this method can build an underground water table. â€œThis way of conserving water is applicable to every single property in Sonoma County,â€? Ohlsen says. â€œIt is applicable to every property in the world.â€? But this is just one way to make the most out of water on your land. Taken together with other techniquesâ€”cisterns, roof-water catchment, gray-water purification and so onâ€”itâ€™s possible to get something like the 200,000 gallons of water that Ohlsen has reaped from his one-third acre.
Sharing Abundance For some, permaculture is a way to take day-by-day actions beyond bringing a reusable bag to the grocery store. It is about seeing the whole ecological picture and applying principles in a practical way to live intentionally on the planet. â€œPermaculture is a way of looking at how I live, with complete honesty about my lifestyle,â€? says Terrie Schweitzer, who runs the blog Permie.net. â€œItâ€™s a way to really consider the things in my life, where they come from, how theyâ€™re made and whether or not something is made ethically. Itâ€™s about looking deeply at the truth behind your life.â€? Schweitzer became interested in permaculture about three years ago and was
hooked. A former employee at tech-book publishers Oâ€™Reilly Media in Sebastopol, she started Permie.net in January 2009. While she practices permaculture through gardening, composting and collecting water, her blog also contributes to the online permaculture community. The word â€œcommunityâ€? is important here. Much of this is practicalâ€”one must do something with all that surplus food, after all. But community is also important as part of the overall philosophy. â€œPermaculture is not a back-to-the-land movement or a self-sufficiency movement,â€? says Brock Dolman, permaculture program director at OAEC. â€œItâ€™s permanent culture, which means creating community sufficiency and resiliency through collaboration. If itâ€™s just applying these techniques to an individual homestead, that person or family could live a nice life for themselves, and itâ€™s all very quaint, but I donâ€™t think it gets at the aspirations of intergenerational continuity.â€? People like Dolman believe permaculture principles can be applied to everything from logging to the government to finance. In fact, thereâ€™s even a permaculture credit union in Arizona. He says the principles here can apply to any system or landscape, which includes those in the hearts of cities. Case in point, OAEC is partnering with Movement Generation in Oakland, an ecological-justice organization for urban communities. Together, they are offering a permaculture design course for leaders of other urban social-justice organizations. The leaders will then go back to their communities around the Bay Area and teach permaculture principles to their communities. â€œBy cultivating those skills, we are preparing communities for the inevitable harsher impacts of ecological damage,â€? says Carla Perez, programs coordinator for Movement Generation. â€œIn five or 10 years, they are going to be dealing with ecological issues like food scarcity, water scarcity, cuts in basic services and cuts in city-led services. Permaculture, for us, is teaching people to harvest rainwater, grow food, to do things in a way that doesnâ€™t require being plugged into the grid.â€? The idea that permaculture could heal a damaged, poverty-stricken section of a city as well as it could heal overgrazed ranch land is certainly intriguing. And perhaps that, more than anything, is what makes permaculture stand out from a lot of other environmental thinking: it factors people back into the deal. It allows them to take small actions to work toward bigger solutions, and it allows them to start in their own backyards. In the end, itâ€™s this optimistic, pragmatic approach that makes permaculture so hopeful. â€œMy general approach is to trust in the natural system,â€? Penny says. â€œThe sooner we get that, the sooner the human species will be entering back into the garden, which we have been banished from by our own design.â€?
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t the press preview, San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom gave the best justification for the first of two shows at the de Young Museum, â€œThe Birth of Impressionism: Masterpieces of the MusĂŠe dâ€™Orsayâ€?: â€œItâ€™s better than storing them in a basement gathering dust.â€? Good olâ€™ Gavin. This expensive ($20â€“$25) show is the first of two helpings from the Orsay. The Paris museum is temporarily closed for refurbishing for its 25th anniversary. Those expecting sailboats and f lowers will be in for a surprise. Like two cinematic blockbusters this year, Robin Hood and Alice in Wonderland, this show turns out to be a prequel. Itâ€™s a primer for how the revolution in painting (and seeing) took place. I suppose the show argues that if there is such a thing as post-impressionism, there should be such a thing as pre-impressionism. But those looking for a clear narrative pathway to the future are sure to be confused. Everything outside official salon painting was a big everything, a group of artists in common cause, from the roots of ashcan (in FalguiĂ¨reâ€™s 1875 The Wrestlers) to social realism
( Jules Bretonâ€™s 1877 The Harvester, a portrait of a colossal peasant brandishing a sheaf of wheat big enough to knock down a horse). Itâ€™s a group of winding roads we have, leading to the lonely, stony hills of CĂŠzanne and the moody pastures of Pissarro. And whatâ€™s Whistlerâ€™s Mother doing here? (Three people I met asked that question.) Arrangement in Gray and Black, No. 1: Portrait of the Artistâ€™s Mother (1871) is misunderstood as a lampoon of the subject. Seen in f lank view, sheâ€™s a very old woman, the epitome of lace-capped homeliness. Itâ€™s a much larger painting than youâ€™d expect, and its size emphasizes the radical approach: a f latness assumed from Japanese art, with planes of color stark to the point of monochromatic. It was a drastic, divisive painting, exposed to mockery in its day. â€œPoor lady, posed like a sack of coal,â€? sighed one cartoonist. In fact, the Whistler painting is a breakthrough, an icon-blaster in a time favoring allegories and classical subjects. I likedâ€”maybe better than anything in the showâ€”another essentially non-impressionist, Gustave Moreauâ€™s 1865 rejoinder to standard classicism, Jason et MĂŠdĂŠe. Itâ€™s a troubling painting of the pair entwined like Chagal lovers: the murderous wife Medea swoons at the teenage warrior who is as golden as the fleece he stole. The effect of railroad travel on art is a
subtext of this show. Just as we started to get more abstract paintings of f lat fields and geographical shapes after air travel became deregulated and cheap, the rise of French rail prepared viewers for the shimmer of light: paintings as if seen through a window, traveling fast. Monetâ€™s 1877 picture here of the Gare Saint-Lazare crowned in steam suggests this love of rail. Vacationers now had cheap access to the cloudy French beaches to become bathers and, of course, sailors, as we were to see in painting after painting. The popularity of photography caused a rise in the informal image: Frederic Bazilleâ€™s 1867 portrait of Renoir crouched with his heels on a chair; Degasâ€™ study of a lady getting a pedicure; Gustave Caillebotteâ€™s somber 1876 image of workers scraping a f loor. Impressionism exalted the informal, the earthy. Monetâ€™s delightful 1876 painting of a crowd of sophisticated looking white turkeys, glowing like angels as they strut up a hill, leaves us firmly in the hands of the movement to beâ€”and ready for Septemberâ€™s follow-up. â€˜The Birth of Impressionismâ€™ runs at the de Young through Sept. 6. Also, â€˜I Keep Fooling Around,â€™ prints by Marin master William T. Wiley, shows in the main museum through July 4. $11. 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco. 415.750.3600.
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ith three-fifths of the current Summer Repertory Theatre season at the SRJC now officially unveiled and onstage (two more shows open next week), itâ€™s looking like the big hit is The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. With a hilarious script and Ăźber-clever songs by William Finn, this Tony awardâ€“winning delight is the perfect show for a training program such as SRT. Directed and choreographed by Johanna Pinzler, the exuberant cast have plenty to sink their theatrical teeth into in this wildly inventive show about . . . yep, a spelling bee. The rousing opening number introduces a wacky gang of elementary-school oddballs, and throughout the show, each has a moment in the spotlight. In the song â€œWoe Is Me,â€? pint-sized Logainne Schwartzengrubenierre (Sarah Smithton) describes her two dads, her strong sense of ethics and her crippling fear of becoming a loser. Chip Tolentino (Jason Moody), last yearâ€™s bee winner, suffers this year due to the recent onset of puberty (â€œMy Unfortunate Erectionâ€?). The sweet but bizarre Leaf Coneybear (Drew Mason) wears a cape made of a baby blanket, frequently talks to his finger and, though terrified, is thrilled to have ended up in the bee (â€œIâ€™m Not That Smartâ€?). Marcy Park (Megan Dorn-Wallenstein) is a type-A overachiever (â€œI Speak Six Languagesâ€?), and William Barfee (John Krause) is desperately peculiar and uptight, with a knack for spelling words by tracing them on the floor with the tips of his toes (â€œMagic Footâ€?). Initially hostile to the other contestants, his unexpected bond with introverted newcomer Olive Ostrovsky (Richelle Blauvelt, introduced with the lovely â€œMy Friend, the Dictionaryâ€?) threatens to scuttle his shot at first place.
At times hysterically off-color and daringâ€” and backed by a tight orchestra led by Alex Wiseâ€”Spelling Bee, like the lovable weirdoes it celebrates, is easily the most entertaining and endearing show of SRTâ€™s current season.
here are few things lovelier or more heart-warming than an evening of spirited community theater actually attended by the community. That the Raven Playersâ€™ ambitious production of Andrew Lloyd Webberâ€™s Cats seems at times like a small-town talent showâ€”in which the participants happen to be dressed like felinesâ€”only adds to the charm. Directed with an eye for striking visuals by John DeGaetano and with smart musical direction by Les Pfutzenreuter, Cats turns out to be the perfect community theater show. Designed as a series of single-song â€œauditions,â€? as various cats compete for the honor of being reincarnated, Webberâ€™s smash hit really does resemble a talent showâ€”a showcase for an array of singers and dancers (there are nearly 30 cats in this Cats) all shaking their tails for a packed house of appreciative friends and neighbors. Several of the singing voices are quite excellent, and though the overall production is understandably uneven, DeGaetano and his Cats cast have imbued the show with plenty of truly affecting moments. Applause must also go to the audience, which on the second night nearly filled the Ravenâ€™s large theater. Thatâ€™s the way to support your local theater company! â€˜The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Beeâ€™ runs through Aug. 3 (Burbank Auditorium, 1501 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa; times vary; $10â€“$25; 707.527.4343). â€˜Catsâ€™ runs through July 25 (Raven Theater, 115 North St., Healdsburg; times vary; $20â€“$26; 707.433.6335).
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ou might suspect a sequel from the title, but itâ€™s just coincidence. Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky fits snugly into last yearâ€™s unrelated Coco Before Chanel by Anne Fontaine. This slightly fictionalized account of the torrid affair between the great maker of racket and the great fabricator of odors even repeats a shot from the Fontaine biopic, one of the best shots, in which the designer glides down a staircase past a multiply mirrored wall. The difference between the films is obvious. Chanel here is Anna Mouglalis, a knifelike, severe creature with one of those mouths that three-named novelists used to describe as looking like a scarlet wound. The Chanel-Stravinsky love affair begins in Paris before World War I. Chanelâ€™s lover, Boy, has gone elsewhere (his eventual fate is signaled by the harsh rattle of his car engine as he drives away). Alone, Chanel goes to the ballet, where sheâ€™s in attendance at a turning point for modernism, the debut of the Ballet Russesâ€™ Rites of Spring. Itâ€™s nice to know that something considered avant-garde in 1913 still looks way avant-garde nearly a century later. The dancers, clad in Greco-Assyrian outfits with crossed garters and tarboushes, do a variation on a Plains Indian war dance in front of a dazed audience of Parisians asking themselves, â€œWhich one is Nijinsky?â€? Then the rioting starts. We see the composer Stravinsky (Mads Mikkelsen) blaming the dancers for not being able to dance to the musicâ€”or at least not being able to function with choreographed directions like â€œTremble! Tremble!â€? Sympathizing with the fiasco, Chanel invites Stravinsky and his equally poor
familyâ€”a quartet of kids, as well as the ailing Madame S.â€”into her silk-lined chateau. Director Kounen waltzes the camera around the plush house as Stravinsky pounds the keyboard and Chanel draws the composer closer to her. But love isnâ€™t her sole occupation; sheâ€™s also supervising the creation of her namesake perfume. This olfactory task is hampered by the smell of burning emanating from Stravinskyâ€™s wife (Yelena Morozova). The unwell woman has an unfortunate resemblance to the aging Queen Elizabeth I; sheâ€™s redheaded, with a protuberant forehead. The trance-inducing curlicues of the tracking camera hide the ultimate lack of pullâ€”for a while. Ultimately, itâ€™s the casting that sinks the film. Mikkelsen is a startlinglooking man, and he resembles the master composer. But perhaps he plays it a little too correctly. His Stravinsky goes from bespectacled Dracula toâ€”in the scenes of pouting with frustrated desireâ€”a depressed duck. The dialogue is cut to a minimum compared to the heavy languor of the lovers. And maybe Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky deserves points for not being a Ken Russellâ€“ style farrago: the director has respect for its subjects, even if they are behaving badly. From the art nouveau kaleidoscope titles to the ultimate nostril-flaring finish, Kounen presents a standard love triangle, rich-looking, spotless. Mikkelsenâ€™s composer succumbs to the monochromatic allure of Chanel, as his wife patiently suffers. Itâ€™s all engrossing until it suddenly isnâ€™t. â€˜Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinskyâ€™ opens on Friday, July 2, at the Rialto Cinemas Lakeside, 551 Summerfield Road, Santa Rosa. 707.525.4840.
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Holloy Holloy Ignore their fabricated story about being from a parallel dimension called Lake Land. The Holloys, from Los Angeles, sound like theyâ€™re everywhere at once, combining sounds of German prog-rock, Nigerian Afrobeat, London trance and Detroit soul. Loosely affiliated with the noise scene surrounding the downtown L.A. venue the Smell, the Holloys experiment with drones and textures while reaching their dual drum sets ever further toward the brass ring of pop structure on their latest album, No Where Now Here. Itâ€™s a peyote-driven sound thatâ€™s brought them to play the All Tomorrowâ€™s Parties festival in Britain and to record a split 7-inch with Cambodian pop machine Dengue Fever. They hit Sonoma County with four shows this weekend, at the Black Cat in Penngrove ( July 1), Hopmonk Tavern in Sebastopol ( July 2), Ravenous in Healdsburg (July 3) and Street Scene in Healdsburg (July 4). www.holloys.com.
Shelbyville Whatâ€™s a not-yet-out-of-the-closet Grammywinning singer who still rolls joints on her LPs and records acclaimed albums full of Dusty Springfield songs doing playing a free show on a man-made lake next to a pizza place in Rohnert Park? Like the incessant questions about her relationship to Gayle Kingâ€“esque manager Betty Jordan, donâ€™t ask. Shelby Lynne usually plays to packed theaters, still riding the wave of her excellent country-soul debut I Am Shelby Lynne, so witnessing her gut-busting voice in the confines of a small restaurant patio is a rare opportunity. The show is free, courtesy of the KRSH 95.9-FM, Lynneâ€™s new album, Tears, Lies and Alibis, is great, and with any luck sheâ€™ll sing her a cappella rendition of â€œA Song for Youâ€? while the ducks quack along. Be there on Saturday, July 3, at Latitude Island Grill, 5000 Roberts Lake Drive, Rohnert Park. 6pm. Free. 707.588.0707.
Not That Durst When we see that some guy named Durst is playing town, we always have that same kneejerk: Fred Durst?! Nooooo!!!! What sublime relief we find in discovering thatâ€™s itâ€™s almost always comedian Will Durst. Being mistaken for the goateed bro from the constipated gurglings of rap-metal losers Limp Bizkit isnâ€™t a complimentâ€”although Durst, as usual, would surely mine the situation for comedic gold. The satiristâ€™s main quarry is politics, and what with teabaggers complaining about BPâ€™s $20 billion
escrow fund to clean up the oil spill, Carly Fiorinaâ€™s anti-abortion stance touted as â€œnew feminismâ€? and a popular Facebook group to nominate Werner Herzog governor of California (why the hell not?), Durst will be on fire when celebrating our nationâ€™s independence with blues band Top of the Top on Sunday, July 4, at Siloâ€™s Jazz Club. 530 Main St., Napa. 6pm. $50. 707.251.5833.
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Fairly Good Four all the times youâ€™ve been tempted (puns intended!) to spend $50 to see the Four Tops and the Temptations, or surviving members thereof, count yourself lucky to have resisted. The Marin County Fair once again comes through with free concerts on the lagoon, featuring the two Motown legends, who almost always tour together. The Four Tops and the Temptations play on Monday, July 5, while other headline entertainment includes â€œHold Onâ€? hit makers Wilson Phillips ( July 1) and Ramblinâ€™ Jack Elliott and the Wailers ( July 2). The hotdoggiest lineup, however, is the Del McCoury Band and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, masters of two distinctly American music formsâ€”bluegrass and Dixielandâ€”on the Fourth of July. A giant, lengthy fireworks display caps each night of the fair because, by golly, Marin can afford it! Marin County Fairgrounds, Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael. All concerts (and rides!) free with $15 fair admission. 415.499.6800.
Ob-La-Di What happens when the lyrics of the Grateful Dead and the Beatles are adapted for the dramatic stage? Find out when over two nights, Eric Burke, Allison Marcom, Keith Baker, Tim Kniffin and others act out classic songs from the Grateful Dead and the Beatles. Fridayâ€™s performance follows a blind train passenger pulling out of Terrapin Station who comes across Uncle Johnâ€™s Band and meets a friend of the Devil, with all the Dead hits reinterpreted as script. On Saturday, itâ€™s the entire White Album, beginning to end, with â€œGlass Onionâ€? told from the perspective of a secret agent (â€œHereâ€™s another clue for you all / The walrus was Paulâ€?) and â€œWhy Donâ€™t We Do It in the Roadâ€? from a nervous suitor practicing his come-on lines in the mirror before a date. Someone even says â€œNumber nineâ€? over and over and over! The Dead show is Friday, July 2; the Beatles, Saturday, July 3. All of it at the Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa. 7:30pm. $12â€“$18. 707.568.5381.
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Russian River Chamber Music faces hard times rom the Bad Economy Files: Russian River Chamber Music, which for 18 years has done an excellent job of presenting mostly free classical music concerts, is being forced to consider either canceling its upcoming 2010â€“ 2011 season or â€œsignificantly curtailingâ€? its activities. â€œIâ€™ve got these artist contracts on my desk right now,â€? RRCM artistic director Gary McLaughlin says, â€œbut Iâ€™m unsure if I can sign them.â€? Surely, every classical-music organization knows what McLaughlin is talking about. And yet Russian River Chamber Music is a special caseâ€”almost all its concerts have been absolutely free to the public. Last year, the group experimented with charging admission, but found that ticket sales were â€œdeďŹ nitely in the ballparkâ€? of the previous seasonâ€™s donations. Thatâ€™s a good sign thereâ€™s plenty of voluntary support in Sonoma County, and in fact, McLaughlin says the ďŹ ve-member board would love to make concerts free again. But some key backers have curtailed their ďŹ nancial support, and the future is uncertain. â€œEveryoneâ€™s making very painful cuts, and for the next year or two, I donâ€™t think things are going to change a lot,â€? McLaughlin says. â€œHow do you weather this and stay in the game? Or do you just close your doors and call it quits? Iâ€™m not ready to do that. I didnâ€™t put 18 years of my life into it just to see it do that.â€? Scheduled programs for the upcoming RRCM season include a song cycle by three Bay Area composers based on the poetry of Gary Snyder and the Cypress String Quartetâ€™s performance of an author-approved composition based on Anne Patchettâ€™s bestseller Bel Canto. As ever, string quartets would visit area schools for free educational programs for kidsâ€”last year, the visiting groups from Shanghai, Paris and Tel Aviv all played to packed schoolrooms. How can you help make it work? Right now, Russian River Chamber Music could use any support, be it ďŹ nancial assistance or in the form of energetic souls who can offer fresh ideas and help â€œsave the ship,â€? as McLaughlin says. You can email him at email@example.com or call 707.524.8700. Believe me, itâ€™s a ship worth saving.
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