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ure you want to jump into that cesspool?â€? Iâ€™ve heard countless variations of the same question in recent months, as the possibility of running for Congress has become more real. With all the big-money hit pieces and mud fights that pass for â€œpoliticsâ€? these days, no wonder so many people see election campaigns as little more than depravity masquerading as democracy. But there are lives in the balance, near and far, from the North Bay to Afghanistan. A list of whatâ€™s at stake would be endless: the rights of workers, the ecology of rivers and the injustices of a healthcare system largely run for corporate profit. And with the U.S. military now spending more than $2 billion every day, grim results of what Martin Luther King Jr. called â€œthe madness of militaryâ€? are all around us. Public schools hold bake sales while Pentagon spending continues to go through the roof. At a time when budget cuts are having dire effects on our own communities, I think of the distorted priorities that I saw in 2009 during a visit to Afghanistan, one of the poorest countries in the world. That nation, in desperate need, does not need Uncle Sam to escalate warfare. Here at home, an upsurge of hope peaked a couple of years ago with the inauguration of President Obama. Since then, weâ€™ve come back to earthâ€”which, in the long run, is where we should beâ€”with feet on the ground and eyes on the horizon. Pragmatism and idealism can be a very good match. The push for green sustainability, the grassroots efforts to reduce carbon footprints near and far, the strivings for energy efficiency and conservation are all occurring at a time of growing realization that life on this planet is under threat. The current Zeitgeist is reflecting the worst and best of times. Afflictions are easy to spot. Yet vital countertrends, pushing back against gloom, are widespread. A greening of America has got to include a greening of American politics.
On the national stage, a few elected leaders have made a start in that direction. For 18 years, Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey has represented the North Bay as a tireless advocate for progressive change. In the process, the consistency of her antiwar voice on Capitol Hill has been extraordinary. Now sheâ€™s saying publicly that she might not run for reelection in 2012. After decades of activism for social and political change, Iâ€™ve come to believe that itâ€™s not enough to â€œspeak truth to power.â€? We also need to speak truth about power, and do what we can to end its misuse. I remember, as a teenager, marveling at the first Earth Day. Four decades later, I had the bittersweet experience of co-authoring last fallâ€™s report from the Commission on a Green New Deal for the North Bay, sketching out a range of grim problems in our midst, but also offering some truly viable solutions. Itâ€™s not hard to make a case that modern politics in the United States is a fetid cesspool. But thatâ€™s only part of the story. What we call politics is a vast realm that may determine how, or even whether, the next generations of the human species will be able to survive. Yes, corporate money and mean-spirited attacks have polluted the electoral pond. But sometimes we need to hold our noses and jump right in. So, if Lynn Woolsey decides to retire, I will run for Congress. This week, Iâ€™m announcing the launch of a federal exploratory committee (www.normansolomonexploratory.com). I continue to believe that idealism and pragmatism can get along just fine. And sometimes, they can even win an election on behalf of a progressive future.
If Lynn Woolsey decides to retire, I will run for Congress.
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charter, small school experience, not break it apart. Instead of trying to fit as many children as possible into SRCSA, thereby splitting the school and changing the currently thriving model, parents are urging the board to slow down. Letâ€™s take a moment to plan for the future and consider taking the working model of SRCSA and duplicating it in whole at the Doyle School campus, allowing even more students to participate in this great program. If this were a mere case of two entire schools trying to work through the snags of sharing one campus, as the article seems to suggest, I doubt that so many SRCSA parents would be as upset. As it stands, this proposal fragments one school community and segregates the other.
Kudos to Kevin Russell for bringing up a good point (â€œTrickle-Up Economics,â€? Jan. 19) and making us aware of why our country is in such a bad way. What if our politicians cut back on their salaries to help our economy instead of giving themselves raises while our country is in bad shape. Oh wait, thatâ€™s too much to ask. Letâ€™s cut back on the funding for our schools instead. Their pockets are more important than the American peopleâ€”at least thatâ€™s how Iâ€™m feeling right now. I have little faith in our politicians, and I continue to vote because it gives me the right to bitch.
Interesting article on Sonic.net (â€œSonic Boom,â€? Jan. 12). Last night I called for tech support. It took almost an hour to reach anyone. This was around 8pm. Sonic is already losing its local touch and its efficient, highly intelligent tech reputation that characterized it as one of the best ISPs.
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to cyberspace pose one of the most serious economic and national security challenges of the 21st century for the United States and our allies.â€? A year later, the U.S. Cyber Command was launched with the aim of protecting U.S. information-technology systems and establishing U.S. military dominance in cyberspace. And new market research identifies the cyberwar sector as the â€œsingle greatest growth market in the defense and security sector,â€? forecasting that global spending on cyberwarfare will reach $12.5 billion this year. A new report, Reducing Systemic Cybersecurity Risk, by British researchers Ian Brown and Peter Sommer for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, evaluates threats to the security of the internet and other aspects of cyberspace, including hacking, viruses, trojans, denial-of-service, distributed denial-
of-service using botnets, root-kits and disruptive social engineering techniques. Such weapons have become ubiquitous and used in government and industrial espionage, identity theft, web defacements, extortion, system hijacking and service blockading. The recent denial-of-service attacks on Estonia and Georgia give us some sense of the effectiveness of cyber attacks. As James Lewis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies notes, â€œThese countries came under limited cyber attack as part of larger conflicts with Russia, but in neither case were there casualties, loss of territory, destruction or serious disruption of critical services.â€? Brown and Sommer conclude that â€œit is unlikely that there will ever be a true cyberwar,â€? by which they mean one fought solely over and with information technologies. Why? Because it takes &&
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ast week, it was announced that Appleâ€™s founder and CEO Steve Jobs is taking a medical leave, just as tech writers were running out of puns on his name. The â€œPatience of Jobsâ€? and the â€œGetta Jobsâ€? gags will soon be retired, not to mention â€œHow do you like them Apples?â€? In the meantime, the gaping hole left behind will have to be filled by someone with the same verve, nerve and ability to swerve as the Apple cofounder. Unfortunately, the iClone is still in beta, so we wonâ€™t be seeing a shiny new Jobs-spare anytime soon. Hence, weâ€™ll have to make do with acting CEO Tim Cook, who held the position when Jobs had previously taken leave for a liver transplant. Of course, thereâ€™s surely a coterie of drooling bastards whoâ€™ve been eyeballing Steveâ€™s job since his bout with pancreatic cancer in 2004. Should anyone else ever get a shot at the gig, here are five tips on how to be the next visionary of Appleâ€™s eye: 1. Be iconic. Jobs is known for his black mock turtleneck and midrise blue jeans, which have made up the CEOâ€™s costume since the late â€™80s. This is what I like to call an â€œaction figure outfit,â€? meaning the costume in which one will be molded in plastic. Think Anna Wintourâ€™s sunglasses, Daliâ€™s mustache or Bucketheadâ€™s bucket. 2. Be divisive. As Ricky Nelson crooned, â€œYou canâ€™t please everybody, so youâ€™ve got to please yourself,â€? which is either about masturbating at an orgy or focusing like a laser on oneâ€™s own vision. Provided your vision is in sync with market desiresâ€”or, better, foments said desireâ€”youâ€™ll likely be on the right track. In fact, if you donâ€™t rile any sort of opposition, be that from your board, stockholders or the tech pundit of the week, youâ€™re not creating â€œdisruptive technologies.â€? Only, um . . . â€œruptiveâ€? ones. 3. Be brilliant. It turns out you have to have the goods if you actually want to impress anyone and contort the adoration of the masses to oneâ€™s favor. As sci-fi scribe Arthur C. Clarke said, â€œAny sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.â€? Think back to the prehistoric telephony you
pocketed in the dark days before you first held the iPhone, and if youâ€™re honest with yourself, youâ€™ll probably recall a bit of awe and wonderment akin to being shown the magic of fire. Of course, being brilliant means being ahead of the curve, but not so far ahead as to make a wrong turn and losing your peeps on the way. Remember the Newton, Appleâ€™s illfated first foray into the handheld computing market, back when we still called them PDAs? (â€œPersonal digital assistantâ€? now sounds as quaint as â€œpublic display of affection.â€?) 4. Re-invent the wheel. Jobs and Woz didnâ€™t invent the personal computer, they perfected it, or at least a version of it ripe for its time. Mp3 players and mobile phones? Ditto. Apple has consistently entered existing markets, improved them beyond measure and come to dominate them. Whenâ€™s the last time you went to a record store? Sure, Jobs and his gang might have cost the hairball brimming with alt-metal trivia behind the counter his job, but he sold you the one good Helmet track without having your to buy the whole album too. 5. Be secretive. This may sound counterintuitive in the era of Facebook and rampant lip service to corporate transparency, but, alas, itâ€™s a sure-fire way to spur conjecture, conversation and wishful thinking on the part of consumers, media and (sometimes more importantly) competitors. Consider the fact that there were at least a couple of manufacturers who dumped their own tablet lines midproduction after witnessing the marvel of the iPad last year. Jobs is so damn secretive, for example, that no one actually knows whatâ€™s wrong with his health, which keeps everyone guessing and stock prices bobbing along. â€œThe right to privacy of a CEO about medical conditions should be outweighed by the need for disclosure under certain conditions,â€? wrote Ben W. Heinman Jr., author of High Performance with High Integrity, about Jobsâ€™ illness in The Atlantic Online. Fat chance thatâ€™ll happen, no matter who takes his place. One of the joys of driving the Apple cart, after all, is choosing when to upset it.
Be iconic. Think Anna Wintourâ€™s sunglasses, Daliâ€™s mustache or Bucketheadâ€™s bucket.
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effort to figure out new vulnerabilities in already protected critical systems and the effects of an attack are difficult to predict, including blowback on the perpetrators. More importantly, they note, â€œThere is no strategic reason why an aggressor would limit themselves to only one class of weaponry.â€? In a real war, cyberattacks would be an adjunct to conventional efforts to blow up critical infrastructure. And if cyberwarfare against infrastructure were easy, terrorists like al Qaida would have already tried the tactic against the United States. Brown and Sommer observe that the internet and the physical telecommunications infrastructure are designed to be robust and self-healing, so that failures in one part are routed around. â€œYou have to be cautious when hearing from people engaging in fear-mongering about huge blackouts and collapses of critical infrastructures via the internet,â€? says University of Toronto cyberwarfare expert Ronald Deibert in the January/February 2011 issue of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. â€œThere is a lot of redundancy in the networks; itâ€™s not a simple thing to turn off the power grid.â€? While not everyone uses up-to-date malware detection, most government agencies, major businesses and many individuals do, which means that would-be attackers must take the time and effort to find new flaws and develop new techniques. For example, the success of the Stuxnet worm that attacked and disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges required very extensive intelligence gathering and knowledge of specific software flaws, as well as someone able to walk into the facilities with an infected USB drive. Brown and Sommers are urging governments to ratify the Convention on Cybercrime. The chief treaty holdouts are Russia and China, countries from which many recent cyberattacks appear to have originated. â€œWe should not forget that many of the countries that are havens for cybercrime have invested billions in domestic communications monitoring to supplement an already extensive set of police tools for political control,â€? notes James Lewis. â€œThe notion that a cybercriminal in one of these countries operates without the knowledge and thus tacit consent of the government is difficult to accept. A hacker who turned his sights from Tallinn to the Kremlin would have only hours before his service was cut off, his door was smashed down and his computer confiscated.â€? Another fruitful way to address emerging threats suggested by the authors is to strengthen connections between national computer emergency response teams. Experts for these teams, who operate as a kind of early warning system, devise software fixes to stop the spread of new malware. And they think that public policy, including procurement, can be used to encourage the development of properly tested hardware and software. While blowing up the entire internet probably wonâ€™t happen, espionage, hacking and malware will be with us always. Whatever we do to defend against them will also defend against the threat of all-out cyberwarfare.
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hristian Caiazzo makes lasagna thatâ€™s to die for, and only on birthdays and holidays. In his kitchen, with the oven at 500 degrees, he layers the lasagna pan with spinach pasta, sauce made with turkey, pork and beef, and a bĂŠchamel. On top, he sprinkles fresh Parmesan cheese and then cooks the lasagna for 45 minutes so that, as he tells me on a recent day in Point Reyes Station, â€œit cooks from the bottom to the top and bubbles up.â€? The kicker? His lasagna contains neither ricotta nor mozzarella. To find a more delicious version of the traditional Italian dish, a gourmet might have to hunker down in Bologna, Italy, where cooks have been making lasagna and hungry Italians have been eating it for centuries. Caiazzoâ€™s recipe for lasagna comes right from Italy, the same place where his fatherâ€™s parents were both born. With a name like Caiazzo, where else on the face of the earth could they possibly have sprung?
The ingredients for his lasagnaâ€”meat, spinach and cheeseâ€”are all local. The noodles are made in-house at Osteria Stellina, where Caiazzo is the capo, or captain, and where his recipe for amazingly tasty food is fresh, with organic produce from nearby farms used for beloved Italian dishes: osso buco; bucatini pasta with clams, parsley, garlic and chilies; pizza with pepperoni, sausage or prosciutto. In Italian, the word capo is short for caporegime; a caporegime could mean anyone from the captain of a football team to a fellow, such as Caiazzo, who owns and operates a restaurant. But traditionally, the word refers to the kinds of tough guys depicted in The Godfather. It was Caiazzoâ€™s Italian barber who first started calling the chef â€œcapoâ€?; the title fit him, in a nonGodfather-ly sort of way, and it now appears in italics on Caiazzoâ€™s business card. When Caiazzo arrived years ago for the first time in Point Reyes Stationâ€”â€œon a whim,â€? he saysâ€”he had no intention of opening a restaurant or becoming the town capo. He was an
outsider, born in Connecticut and a refugee from city grime and crime. After 20 years of work as dishwasher, busboy, bartender and waiter, he simply had to slow down. The air in Point Reyes Station was good medicine, the more leisurely pace of life a tonic. Folks were friendly, neighborly. Caiazzo began to look around at the beautiful farms, innovative farmers and the impressive array of foodies and gourmets, and realized he needed to go back and do what he knew best. â€œThis is an amazing place for food,â€? he tells me as we wander about Point Reyes Station, taking a drive to his place on the outskirts of townâ€”not far from the house where author Philip K. Dick once lived. Upon arrival, we tour the vegetable garden in his backyard where he grows produce for the restaurant, just 1.3 miles away. We walk through rows of kale, tasting it while Caiazzo talks about how he fell in love with Marin, how Marin changed his life and, ultimately, how he helped change Marin by the kinds of food people eat and the ways that they think and talk about food. â€œThis area is a paradise for fresh produce,â€? he says. â€œThere are Cowgirl Creamery &) THE BOHEMIAN
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â€˜This is an amazing place for food . . . a paradise for fresh produce.â€™ Before he opened Osteria Stellina in 2008, Caiazzo launched Tobyâ€™s Coffee Bar, serving lattes and cappuccinos to locals and tourists who flocked to nearby Point Reyes National Seashore. Then he went into the grilled cheese business, serving sandwiches hot off the grill at the local farmers market. Finally, he was ready to dive into the restaurant business again. Caiazzo decided to open an osteria, he says, because in Italy, osterias serve country food to country people. â€œStellina,â€? which means â€œlittle star,â€? is also the name of his daughter. At the time, he humbly thought that his little restaurantâ€”it seats about 60â€”might earn a little star from a restaurant reviewer. Three years later, Osteria Stellina has a national reputation built on local ingredients that go into what Caiazzo proudly calls â€œPoint Reyes Italian food.â€? The reputation is also built on a team of cooks, bakers and pastry makers who look up to Caiazzo as the capo with the passion to remain true to his ethnic rootsâ€”and true to his 4-foot-10 grandmother, Elvira, who fed him when he was a boy and told him, â€œI love to watch you eat.â€? It takes teamwork to make a great restaurant, and Caiazzo has great team players. Alex Schifman, the sous-chef, brings his own recipes to the menu. Pastry chef Laura Matis loves the opportunity to use local berries, know local farmers and plan season by season. Kaki McLachlan, who waits tables and enjoys meeting tourists from Montana, Georgia and Massachusetts. Caiazzo loves making lasagna, foraging for food, gabbing with local farmers and looking back at his Italian heritage. â€œMy grandfather would probably say that the food here is not Italian, because weâ€™re not big on tomato sauce,â€? he says. â€œWeâ€™re Italian in a different way. We serve food in the style of Sicily, Tuscan and Naples, and that kind of Italian is good enough for me.â€?
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Slated for Feb. 3, the event brings live jazz to 10 restaurants in Healdsburg and Geyserville which have volunteered to donate 25 percent of that nightâ€™s proceeds to the Healdsburg Jazz Festival; the list of participating restaurants includes Dry Creek Kitchen, Spoonbar, Ravenous Cafe, Rustic and others. Each restaurant will host a different duo, trio or quartet donating their time, and the funds raised will go toward music programs as well as building ďŹ nancial security for the festival, which is now â€œdebt-free but not out of the woods,â€? according to festival founder and artistic director Jessica Felix. Fundraising aside, itâ€™s a chance to listen to the jazz stylings of Bob AfďŹ ďŹ , Chuck Sher and Dave MacNab while gobbling up a plate of spicy camarones borachos and sucking down a salt-licked margarita at El Farolitoâ€”or tucking into a stack of ravioli followed by homemade cheesecake at Catelliâ€™s to the sounds of Bennet RothNewell and John Norris. Afterward, a concert gets underway at Costeaux French Bakery featuring a set by the SSU Faculty Blue Note Sextet and a dessert bar. â€œI canâ€™t think of a night more fun than this,â€? says Felix, â€œto have music everywhere and people eating to support jazz.â€? This yearâ€™s festival takes place from June 3 to June 12 and features an opening-night performance by Fred Hirsch and Julian Lage. After a controversial shake-up last year during which the former board of directors ousted Felix citing money woes, the festival was returned to her leadership due to substantial public outcry. Still, ďŹ nancial struggles remain, and though grants are â€œalmost nonexistent,â€? says Felix, the passion for jazz in Healdsburg runs high. â€œItâ€™s the ďŹ rst time weâ€™ve done something like [Jazz on the Menu], and weâ€™ve had a really great response,â€? says Felix. â€œThe hardest part was getting enough musicians to play at different places! There are only so many jazz bass players in this town.â€? Jazz on the Menu steps out on Thursday, Feb. 3, at participating restaurants; music from 6:15pm to 7:30pm. Concert at Costeaux French Bakery (417 Healdsburg Ave., Healdsburg) at 7:30pm; $20; free to diners at participating restaurants. 707.433.4633. www.healdsburgjazzfestival.org.
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32.AB?2 78334=02C8E8CH Jim Doerksen at the gate to Cornellâ€™s proposed winery, where unpermitted tree and brush removal has caused harmful erosion to a creek once teeming with salmon.
How a Goldman Sachs executive is helping to kill Mark West Creekâ€” and what the county isnâ€™t doing about it By Alastair Bland
or decades, Sonoma Countyâ€™s wine industry has been thriving. The countyâ€™s salmon and steelhead, meanwhile, are vanishing, and some fisheries biologists, attorneys and conservationists assure that the wine industryâ€™s gain is the Russian Riverâ€™s loss. To Patrick Higgins, the story boils down to a one-line synopsis: â€œThe county is trading fish for wine.â€? Higgins is a private-practice fisheries biologist in Arcata. Among his ongoing battles to save the North Coastâ€™s struggling fish species, including federally endangered coho salmon and steelhead trout, is the fight for Mark West Creek. Though many streams naturally dry up during the arid summers of Sonoma County, this small tributary of the Russian River historically has not. Mark West Creek was once the main spawning stream for the steelhead and coho salmon that made the Russian River famous. But lately, Mark West and its feeder streams
have been running dry, according to residents who live nearby. Jim Doerksen, who has lived within sight of Mark West Creek for 43 years, has been measuring its flow levels since 2005 after visibly dwindling water levels spurred concern. Between 2006 and 2009, he says, its flows almost entirely vanished each summer. In 2008, Doerksen measured what might have been the lowest flow ever recorded in Mark West Creek, a volume of six one-hundredths of a cubic foot per second. â€œWe got down to the level of a garden hose, and all the cohos and steelhead died,â€? he says. And in 2010, after another year of heavy rains, the stream nonetheless ran dry in June, Doerksen saysâ€”earlier than it ever had before.
Beating Themselves Bloody Doerksen, a licensed hydrologist and civil engineer, has seen Mark West Creek and its once enormous fish runs deteriorate since he bought and largely restored his 122-acre parcel in 1967, when the stream boasted large annual returns of
spawning fish. A Department of Fish and Game survey conducted in the late 1960s rendered an estimate of about 9,500 steelhead and salmon juveniles per mile of river. And though Doerksen remembers years when several dozen adult spawners could be seen at a glance in the pools that staircase down his property, today he can count on one hand the number of fish that return each year. In 2009, for example, he saw just three spawning fish pass his property. This winter, though the heavy rains would normally have preceded the appearance of spawning fish freshly arrived from the ocean, Doerksen has counted none at all. As reported by Will Parrish in the Anderson Valley Advertiser on Nov. 25, residents near Mark West Creek blame not only the county for the streamâ€™s plight but also the wine industry; namely, two vineyards upslope from Doerksenâ€™s property: Cornell Summit Vineyards, owned by Goldman Sachs executive Henry Cornell, and Pride Mountain Vineyards. With at least 100 acres of vines between the two, each winery uses groundwater that might otherwise feed the watershed. '% THE BOHEMIAN
Development opponents, who have formed alliances like Friends of the Mark West Watershed and New Old Ways Wholistically Emerging, have also accused each property of illegally removing brush and trees and facilitating erosion, including a large 2006 landslide that essentially destroyed the streamâ€™s deep-pool spawning and rearing habitat. Kate Wilson, a former resident of the area, saw the stream shortly after the landslide, which she blames on the agricultural activity upslope. â€œIt was so sad,â€? she recalls. â€œThe stream was filled in with this fine sediment so that it looked like a concrete street. You could see the steelhead trying to dig in and find the gravel to lay their eggs, but they were just beating themselves bloody trying.â€? Sonoma Countyâ€™s planning supervisor David Hardy recognizes that vineyards have impacted watersheds like Mark West. â€œIn Sonoma County, vineyards have stressed the water source,â€? Hardy says. â€œThatâ€™s clear. I wouldnâ€™t say that overdrawing of the resource hasnâ€™t impacted salmon.â€? Yet the county has a long history of approving proposed wineries without asking for environmental impact reports, which the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) mandates if a so-called lead agencyâ€”in this case, Sonoma Countyâ€”decides the project could harm the environment. Only twice have Sonoma County wineries been required to produce EIRs before buildingâ€”one was the large Gallo project in Dry Creek Valley; the other, Kendall-Jacksonâ€™s La Crema Winery in Windsorâ€”and sources critical of the county allege that its board of supervisors simply ignores CEQA on a regular basis. As of press time, despite repeated requests for comment to district supervisor Valerie Brown, whom Doerksen says has not yet responded to invitiations to visit his property, Brown has issued no comment.
Wall Street Wine Henry Cornell lives with his wife and children in New York City. There, he serves as chief operating officer in the merchant banking division of Goldman Sachs, which reaped $12.9 billion from the 2008 financial bailout. About a year ago, Cornell launched a $6 million remodel of his home, a historic townhouse which some have quipped is being renovated with taxpayersâ€™ money. Out west in Sonoma Countyâ€™s salmon country, Henry Cornellâ€™s developments may continue, and he has thus far received the go-ahead from county officials to construct a 10,000-case winery to complement his vineyard off St. Helena Road. He has bought up multiple properties adjacent to each other for the winery, but currently the project seems to be on hold while its backers convene behind closed doors. Cornellâ€™s project manager Guy Davis, winemaker at Davis Family Vineyards, did not return multiple calls from the Bohemian seeking comment.
In Oct. 2008, Cornell submitted to the countyâ€™s board of zoning adjustments a mitigated negative declaration, a standard step by which applicants propose to mitigate a building projectâ€™s potential impacts on the environment. In that document, Cornell acknowledged concerns about aesthetics, air quality, cultural resources and geologic disturbances during construction, but gave no consideration to the limited availability of local water or to the endangered coho salmon and steelhead in the stream. An onslaught of criticism from state agencies followed. The Regional Water Quality Control Boardâ€™s state water engineer, David Leland, wrote to the county on Nov. 25, 2008, advising Cornell to go back to the drawing board with his mitigation measures.
â€˜A winemaker will walk in the door, and the county doesnâ€™t say anything about water . . . and just gives permission to build.â€™ Leland noted a severe deficiency of water, referring to a â€œlarge landowner in the upper reaches of the [Mark West Creek] watershedâ€? who had been receiving water via trucks from offsite. He observed that Mark West Creek was already suffering from sediment runoff related to unpermitted vegetation removal and land grading on the property of Henry Cornell. Leland also remarked that in the summer of 2008 the countyâ€™s permit and resource management division simply gave Cornell â€œan after-the-fact stockpile permitâ€? for illegal land development. A week later, on Dec. 3, 2008, the Department of Water Resourcesâ€™ engineering geologist Christopher Bonds also warned of a very limited groundwater supply in the Mark West Creek watershed. The Department of Fish and Game weighed in, too, warning that Mark West Creekâ€™s already meager flows were highly susceptible to overuse by â€œsingle family dwellings and vineyards.â€? Cornell has since submitted a new mitigation proposal to offset potential damages to the stream. The plan would eliminate a nearby three-bedroom home, which, according to planning supervisor Hardy, uses as much water as would Cornellâ€™s proposed winery. In theory, the usage problem would be solved, but Doerksen, his neighbors and other opponents still fear that the winery, if built, would finally kill the struggling stream. In Hardyâ€™s view, existing vineyards cannot be held fully accountable for Mark West Creekâ€™s fishery crisis. He contends that the landslide that devastated the north fork
tributary was a natural event, spurred by rains and unrelated to upslope deforestation and land modification, and he believes multiple stressors are facilitating the statewide decline of salmon and steelhead numbers. Yet it remains uncontested that the Russian Riverâ€™s public water is being stolen. During a survey about five years ago, the stateâ€™s Water Resources Control Board counted at least several hundred (though surveyors initially reported 1,771) unpermitted ponds and lakes on the countyâ€™s private lands, agricultural reservoirs created via unauthorized diversions from nearby waterways. In some cases, streams had actually been dammed. Such actions that adversely affect coho salmon and steelhead are violations of the federal Endangered Species Act, which the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrationâ€™s (NOAA) local investigators are charged with enforcing. Investigators from NOAAâ€”badged, gun-bearing officers of which there are just two patrolling the entire Bay Areaâ€”recently cracked down on a cluster of wineries in Mendocino County that were identified as the culprits in a spring fish kill of Russian River steelhead, according to NOAAâ€™s information officer Derek Roy. The kill occurred when the wineries simultaneously withdrew water from the river for use in dusting their vines with mist and creating a protective layer of ice, an often-problematic technique commonly called â€œfrost guarding.â€? To rectify the situation, NOAA helped the landowners build storage ponds at each vineyard, water reserves that could be easily replenished by winter rains and which would eliminate the instantaneous demand for river water when temperatures crashed. The Department of Fish and Gameâ€™s wardens sometimes cooperate with those at the federal level, but apprehending suspected violators of the state Endangered Species Act is uncommon. In fact, in Mark West Creek and its feeder streams, there has been no obvious infraction of the state law in spite of the documented decline in the streamâ€™s salmonids, according to Adam McKannay, an environmental scientist with the department. Though witnesses say the grape growers upslope caused the 2006 landslide that devastated the streamâ€™s fish habitat, McKannay says that the Endangered Species Act at the state level only prohibits visible destruction of an endangered species. â€œSomeone basically needs to be killing fish to violate the law,â€? McKannay says. â€œYouâ€™d need dead bodies to prosecute anyone, or an analysis showing that fish are being left stranded [by water removals].â€? Doerksen says that in 2008â€”the year he and his neighbors saw the stream dry up for the first time in their 40 years of living thereâ€”a â€œ100 percent fish killâ€? took place. Doerksen and others watched the creek closely that summer and estimated that, in the 28 miles between the headwaters and the Russian River, just 3.5 miles of Mark West Creek contained running water. The NOAAâ€™s Roy says that stream gauges have now been placed in Mark West Creek to better monitor impacts on the stream and its fishes, but it may be a decade too late.
34A8E0C8E4 Henry Cornell has been buying up multiple adjoining properties for his proposed winery.
Consultant Chaos On Sep. 23, 2010, Henry Cornellâ€™s winery construction plan was approved by county officials. To gain the green light, Cornell followed the standard Sonoma County procedure: he hired a consulting firmâ€” Prunuske Chatham Inc. in Sebastopol, whose past projects include the Prince Memorial creek restoration in Santa Rosa and numerous watershed projects in Sonoma Countyâ€”to assure that his proposed project would cause no harm to the environment. The firm did just that; it conducted an inspection on June 28 and submitted a â€œbiological resources assessmentâ€? to the county in July stating that Cornellâ€™s proposed winery would not damage the immediate environment. Four scientists filed objections, arguing that the assessment from Prunuske Chatham was inadequate and flawed. But the countyâ€™s board of zoning adjustments responded to Cornellâ€™s biological review by concluding that the proposed winery would have no â€œpotential significant impact on biotic habitat of concern to [the Department of] Fish and Game.â€? The board voted 5â€“0 to grant Cornell his building permit. Stacy Li, a retired fisheries biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) was among the four scientists who peer-reviewed Prunuske Chathamâ€™s assessment. In his review, Li said the site inspection was seriously flawed and that inspectors likely saw no steelhead in Mark West Creek for one simple reason: the creek was dry at the time of inspection. In an interview with the Bohemian, Li calls it a â€œdisingenuous claimâ€? that there were no fish seen during the survey. â€œWe know that listed fish use that stream as habitat.â€? Before the 2006 landslide filled in the river, Li says, Mark West Creek constituted â€œmarvelous, marvelous habitatâ€? for coho salmon. Specifically, it was the streamâ€™s staircasing pattern of slow deep pools separated by abrupt but short waterfalls that allowed adult coho to move upstream and lay eggs and their fingerling offspring to reside in-river for their first year of life. But when the estimated 10,000 cubic yards ' '
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Skirting the Law
â€˜Itâ€™s because youâ€™re dealing with grapes here. Itâ€™s a multibillion dollar industry.â€™
â€œAre these the best reports that money can buy, or are they actually true?â€? Li asks. â€œTo say that everything [with a proposed construction project] is OK when there are so many indicators that things arenâ€™t OK should be a warning sign.â€? At the federal level, David Hines, a waterrights specialist with the NMFS, says Sonoma County officials have a tendency to grant permits to wineries without respect to water availability. â€œIt seems that a winemaker will walk in the door, and the county doesnâ€™t say anything about water and whether thereâ€™s enough there, and just gives permission to build,â€? he says. The county, after all, does not regulate water use, Hines notes; the state does. â€œThere is a definite gap between the county and their permitting process and the stateâ€™s water-rights process,â€? he explains. â€œBy the time I get involved in a water-rights contest, the water user often says, â€˜Well, weâ€™ve been taking this water for years.â€™â€? Some laws, such as the Endangered Species Act, which in theory should prevent harm to coho and steelhead, are a flimsy matter of interpretation, according to Hines. â€œTo me, the county ignoring water availability could be creating the risk that [coho] could be
Li is among multiple sources for this story who have suggested that wine-industry influence and money appear to be corrupting the system of granting development permits. Li doubts the integrity of the review-andreport procedure of assessingâ€”and usually downplayingâ€”potential impacts of a project.
harmed, which could constitute violation of the federal Endangered Species Act,â€? he says. Higgins claims landowners left and right are breaking other laws throughout Sonoma County, but that perpetrators rarely pay consequences. He cites state water code 1243, which says the Department of Fish and Game â€œshall recommend the amounts of water, if any, required for the preservation and enhancement of fish and wildlife resources.â€? This, Higgins says, just isnâ€™t happening. But harmful water withdrawals from streams are often difficult to identify. Many waterways may be impacted by â€œcumulative effects, where, over time, more and more people are putting straws into the river,â€? Hines says, â€œand deciding which straw is the one that broke the camelâ€™s back isnâ€™t so easy.â€? As a result, overallocation of water and destruction of endangered speciesâ€™ habitat may occur unchallenged. Environmental lawyer Paul Carroll, who has represented numerous plaintiffs in recent North Bay lawsuits against wineries, asserts much the same thing. â€œCumulative impacts are much harder to prove,â€? he says, than cases of one party diverting a stream, â€œbut theyâ€™re very, very real. In Mark West Creek, the water supply has been seriously impacted.â€? Laws are in place to assure that this doesnâ€™t happen and that watersheds are not overdrawn by land-development projects, but they havenâ€™t always worked as seemingly intended. State water code 1375, for example, says a â€œpermit to appropriate waterâ€? can only be given if, among other requirements, the applicant shows there is â€œunappropriated water available to supply the applicant.â€? But county and state authorities explained to the Bohemian the loophole that allows developers to skirt this law: state code 1375 only applies to potential land developers wishing to divert visible flows of surface water. Since Cornell and Pride both pull their water from wells, 1375 does not apply, even though many hydrologists and geologists know that groundwater supplies are often closely related to flows in the nearest stream. Land developers often deny this. â€œI see it all the time,â€? Carroll says. â€œPeople say thereâ€™s no connection between wells and the river.â€? Such has been suggested about Mark West Creek and the wells that supply Pride and Cornell vineyards. But Doerksen assures that the stream trickling over his property is highly sensitive to local groundwater removals. Last spring, Mark West went dry immediately after a sizable June rainfall. â€œIt showed there is just so little water in the ground that the minute it stops raining, the stream dries up,â€? Doerksen says. Kate Wilson, the former area resident who lived across the road from Doerksen between 1995 and 2005, remembers when the stream began showing its first signs of severe stress about seven years ago. Its summer flow levels hit all-time lows, near as she could tell, and she attributes the recently planted vineyards up the hill and the wells that supplied them with water as the culprit. Alan Levine, director of the riverprotection organization Coast Action Group in Arcata, believes law enforcement agencies
C0:8=6BC>2: Kate Wilson earlier this month in Mark West Creek, after a heavy winter rainfall. Wilson says sheâ€™s seen firsthand steelhead attempting to lay eggs amidst sediment, erosion and all-time-low water levels.
are simply reluctant to step on the toes of the wine industry. â€œFish and Game is supposed to be enforcing, but they arenâ€™t doing their job [protecting listed species],â€? he says. â€œItâ€™s because youâ€™re dealing with grapes here. Itâ€™s a multibillion dollar industry.â€?
Future Challenges But the situation may not be hopeless. Recent landmark decisions in Sonoma County indicate that wineries can be successfully challenged. To halt construction of the proposed Pelton House Winery in Knights Valley, which the county had approved in 2009 without requiring an EIR, local resident Craig Enyart sued in Sonoma County Superior Court. With his attorney, Paul Carroll, Enyart and about 25 other plaintiffs claimed the defendantâ€™s mitigated negative declaration was inadequate. In sum, Enyartâ€™s suit charged that the county was violating state law: CEQA. Enyart won. As a result, the county was forced to order a CEQA environmental impact report from the defendant, billionaire wine magnate Jess Jackson. Whether Jackson will proceed with the process or call off plans remains as yet unknown, according to county planners. Enyart remains frustrated that adherence to environmental law tends to not be a priority, at least not in Sonoma County, unless citizens file lawsuits. â€œHow many citizens have the time, the inclination or the understanding of the legal process to bring these suits forward?â€? he asks. Enyart says he spent five years entrenched in the legal fight against the Pelton House Winery. â€œItâ€™s a long, arduous process.â€? Now, Carroll is working on another community-versus-winery case in which
residents of Occidental have sued to stop the construction of a large winemaking facility near Gravenstein Highway and Occidental Road proposed by the Best family. â€œThis winery is going to be the size of a football field, and [the Best family] is claiming that they can make a mitigated negative declaration,â€? says Carroll, who reports that county officials have acted â€œarrogantly and indifferentlyâ€? to warnings from the state level that the winery would illegally destroy a wetland. Like Hines, Higgins, Doerksen, Enyart, Wilson and Li, Carroll feels the county all too freely grants development permits to applicants in the wine industry. Indeed, Hardy, the countyâ€™s planning supervisor, said he cannot recall any case of the county rejecting a winery. â€œThe county has been granting permits to wineries like Halloween candy,â€? Carroll observes, adding that mitigated negative declarations are as often as not inadequate if not fraudulent. Enyart feels the county is brazenly breaking the law. â€œItâ€™s premeditated,â€? he says. â€œThey know theyâ€™re ignoring [CEQA]. They know not all these projects should be approved and that not all of them can be passed by a mitigated negative declaration.â€? As for Doerksen, the survival of the creek in his backyard is beginning to look hopeless. He believes unless county policy and law enforcement enacts a fast turnaround, the North Coastâ€™s salmon and steelhead runs will eventually go extinct. â€œI see the water vanishing every year, and in short order the salmon and steelhead will be gone,â€? he says. â€œApparently, our board of supervisors has decided that the fish will have to go, that the fish will have to be sacrificed.â€? Traded, that is, for wine.
;867C=8=Â˝BCA8:4B Chris Strachwitz has discovered, overseen and recorded over five decades of indigenous music.
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mousey and suspicious woman tells me to leave my bag behind the counter, and so I rush to explain that I am meeting Mr. Strachwitz. An older gentlemen, also doing inventory, gives me the once over, adding a few cagey questions and eyefuls of boredom. But soon after, I am granted access to Arhoolie Records, one of a few quietly magnificent record stores still in existence. Chris Strachwitz opened Arhoolie Records in 1960, in El Cerrito, on the lonely side of San Pablo Avenue. Strachwitz is regarded as a paragon of music preservation, an artist of musical taste and a distributor of rare and gritty sounds of clapboard chicken shacks in Louisiana and Texas beer joints, as well as NorteĂąo border music dating back a century. Strachwitz is predominately admired for reviving the careers of such seminal blues musicians as Bukka White, Lightninâ€™ Hopkins, Mance Lipscomb and Mississippi Fred McDowell. He also owns the largest private collection of Mexican-American and Mexican music in the world, an ongoing digitization
project primarily funded with grants by the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Grammy Foundation and the Los Tigres del Norte Foundation. The Arhoolie Foundationâ€™s mission is honorable in the highest degree: â€œThe Arhoolie Foundation was established in 1995 to document, preserve, present and disseminate authentic traditional and regional vernacular music.â€? This statement has made Strachwitz a hero to old-time music enthusiasts. For his time and contribution, he received a lifetime achievement award from the Blues Symposium in 1993; in 1999, he was inducted into the Blues Music Hall of Fame. Strachwitz greets me with a big handshake. At age 79, he stands at six feet, four inches, dressed in a pumpkin-orange collared shirt beneath a navy-blue sweater. Pressed brown slacks, blue socks and shiny brown shoes complete the look, and he speaks like a bluesman, answering my questions in a wholesome, German, slack-jawed lilt. We sit in desk chairs across from each other. Strachwitz plops his hands on the black arm rests and begins to mention his wayfaring of
1963, documented in the Arhoolie Foundationâ€™s DVD Down Home Music: A Journey Through the Heartland 1963, just released this year. (With over 75 minutes of soulful music, the filmâ€™s footage is as scarce as henâ€™s teeth.) Then Strachwitz bounces into a story about Lightninâ€™ Hopkins. â€œAnyplace Lightninâ€™ would go, Iâ€™d be delighted to go,â€? he says. â€œI remember driving to the southeast part of Houston, what they called â€˜French Town.â€™ They had ship channels there. Man, the rats were enormous.â€? A phone call buzzes in. â€œExcuse me,â€? Strachwitz says, â€œitâ€™s my attorney.â€? I thumb through some notes, bluffing a temporary detachment. We are upstairs in his office, encircled by filing cabinets and records seemingly piled to the crevices of the room, surrounded by walls ornamented with forgotten vinyl, banana-colored T-Bone Walker posters and other blues memorabilia. â€œI donâ€™t think Iâ€™ll make another 50. Iâ€™ll see you over in glory land,â€? he laughs into the phone. â€œAfter this event, Iâ€™m going to have my hip replaced. Iâ€™m going to be a hippy instead of a hobbler.â€? Expeditious sentences follow, and then Strachwitz ends the call. â€œWhere was I?â€? He asks. â€œOh! Hopkins . . . So we go to this little beer joint, and ') THE BOHEMIAN
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Lightninâ€™ sets up his amplifier on top of a table and plays for a dozen people at the most, a real funky, down-home audience. This was really community music. And that still goes on in certain musical enclaves. But blues, I sort of left that when I saw that it was no longer really appealing to blacks. But when I started, it was still definitely happening.â€? Strachwitz continues: â€œThere were a lot of people out here from Louisiana and from Texas, you know. I always remember Rockinâ€™ Luckyâ€”he was a DJ on the old KSAN in San Francisco. It was an AM station at the time. This was in the early â€™60s. He was from Orange, Texas. He would play my singles by Lightninâ€™ Hopkins, but you had to give him a hundred free ones because he had a record shop that he sold them to so he could make a little money on it. But he played the hell out of some Lightninâ€™ Hopkins records.â€? Strachwitz asks if I want to see the music vault. We walk outside and enter another building; he informs me that this is the digitization premises. There are two separate rooms where his Mexican music project is being digitized. Here work Adam Machado and Antonio Cuellar, Arhoolie employees and self less individuals with brains crammed full of musical erudition. Both Machado and Cuellar handle most of the vault, seeing to it that rare recordings find a digital birth. â€œChrisâ€™ energy is very infectious,â€? Cuellar says. â€œYou canâ€™t help but fall in love with his love for music. You get convinced his whole being is music.â€? Machado practically lives in this vault of archival imbroglio, writing away and adhering to upcoming projects and events going on with Arhoolie. In fact, it was Machado who wrote the literature for the new box set, Hear Me Howling! Blues, Ballads and Beyond, out this week. The box set features unreleased and first-time-on-CD material from Big Mama Thornton, Lightninâ€™ Hopkins, Fred McDowell, Skip James and many others, and serves to mark the 50year anniversary of Arhoolie Records. Machado tells me, â€œArhoolie isnâ€™t just a store; itâ€™s a museum. And Chris, you can ask him a question about Howlinâ€™ Wolf, and all of a sudden youâ€™re with Howlinâ€™ Wolf barreling down a German highway.â€? Some time passes with Macahdo and Cuellar, and in the next room I discover Chris watching some news on the television. He admits to being a news hound. Then he takes a screwdriver to a small round container, peeling off some plastic, and hands me a weighty Lebkuchen cookie as a road token for my journey home. â€˜Hear Me Howling!: Blues, Ballads and Beyondâ€™ is out this week. The Arhoolie Foundation celebrates its 50th anniversary with a series of concerts and panels, featuring Ry Cooder, Taj Mahal, Country Joe McDonald, Linda Ronstadt and others, Fridayâ€“Sunday, Feb. 4â€“6, at Freight and Salvage. 2020 Addison St., Berkeley. 8pm. $75â€“$85. 510.644.2020.
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â€˜Another Yearâ€™ a vivid dissection of happiness By Richard von Busack
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In one key scene, she pantomimes suicidal anguish at the news that Mary has crashed a dinner party. Thereâ€™s another startling face in the film: the sepulchral David Bradley (famous as Hogwartsâ€™ caretaker Argus Filch). He plays Tomâ€™s newly widowed brother, refusing to admit his own loss and proving that happiness isnâ€™t hereditary. Another Yearâ€™s glancing, four-seasons approach doesnâ€™t turn the film into a series of sketches. Far from it. The theme of the transitory nature of happiness is well served. It takes so little to make happiness flee: chronic bad luck that you canâ€™t laugh at; a little substance abuse, maybe; too much pride and prejudice; inability to take the long view. If Another Year is a four-paneled study instead of a wide canvas like Secrets and Lies, the figures are deep and well conceived, perhaps idealized but not sweetened. Somewhere there must be husbands and wives in such perfect accordâ€”somewhere, fathers and sons with such cordiality, respect and a touch of necessary distance. The true sweetness of Tom and Gerriâ€™s life is not really apparent until the final monologue. The perfect couple is a â€œnation of two,â€? in Kurt Vonnegutâ€™s phrase from Mother Night. What we see in this marriage is more like a world of two. Manvilleâ€™s acting, absolutely wounding to watch, shows what itâ€™s like to be an exile from that wide world. Thereâ€™s genuine horror in her desperation, and itâ€™s like watching a woman freeze to death in front of us. â€˜Another Yearâ€™ is showing at CinĂŠArts at Sequoia, 25 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley. 415.388.1190.
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And so it seems that the late great Two Gallants have finally called it a day. Def lating all the worldâ€™s tired drummer jokes is Tyson Vogel, the skin-pounder from said San Francisco indie duo whoâ€™s leading, on the guitar, a new group called Devotionals. Ripping the Nick Drake and John Fahey chapters from the Two Gallantsâ€™ inspiration book and adding cello and violin, Devotionalsâ€™ instrumental atmospheres have a reverence living up to the groupâ€™s name while hanging just diagonally enough on the ear to garner repeat listening. Those wanted something a little more ragged will miss Vogelâ€™s former band, but expect the crowd to be silenced when Devotionals headline on Friday, Jan. 28, at the Arlene Francis Theatre. 99 Sixth St., Santa Rosa. 7pm. $5â€“$10. 707.528.3009.
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Releasing their debut album the week after Sept. 11, 2001, the Latin-metal band Ill NiĂąo burst onto the nu-metal scene amid a landscape of Limp Bizkit, Korn and Slipknot leftovers. But the New Jersey group stuck out from the pack, namely in intent; their first album, Revolution RevoluciĂłn, is as much as a call to action as a fierce dose of heavy riffs and loud drums. Theyâ€™ve covered everyone from Faith No More to Nirvana to Peter Gabriel, theyâ€™ve been around the world on countless tours and theyâ€™ve jumped ship from Roadrunner Records to Victory Records, keeping the tight songwriting and radio-perfect vocals of Christian Machado at the forefront. Theyâ€™ve gone into semi-hibernation in the past, but return with the â€œRestore the Insanityâ€? tour when they play this Friday, Jan. 28, at the Last Day Saloon. 120 Fifth St., Santa Rosa. 9pm. $18â€“$20. 707.545.2343.
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here is a great tradition of brothersâ€™ bands going back to the Louvins, the Carter family, Phil and Don Everly and the Beach Boys, on up to the present day with bands like Oasis, Kings of Leon and the Black Crowes. Joining this tradition is the Wood Brothers. Oliver and Chris Wood grew up in Colorado listening to their fatherâ€™s Cambridge / Hootenanny-era folk music. â€œMy brother got an electric bass for Christmas when he was a kid,â€? Chris Wood says via phone from his home in upstate New York. â€œHe moved on to guitar and showed me some lines on the bass. We actually did some playing before he left the house.â€? But then Oliver headed west for college, eventually ending up in Atlanta. For Chris, the East Coast beckoned, ďŹ rst for school in Boston and then to New York, where he cofounded the inďŹ‚uential jazz-based band Medeski, Martin and Wood. â€œIt was just so organic,â€? Wood explains, talking about reconnecting with his brother long after their respective musical careers had ďŹ‚ourished. â€œIt had been 15 to 20 years, and I donâ€™t know what happened. We got to the point that we could look up from what we were doing and realize that we had the same job, we get along, we respect each otherâ€™s playing a lot. It just seemed like time to collaborate. â€œIt really is the best of both worlds,â€? he continues. â€œI still pinch myself to think Iâ€™m in a band with my brother.â€? So, if he had to chooseâ€”Everly Brothers or Beach Boys? â€œI guess Everly Brothers,â€? Wood picks, â€œthe Beach Boys just seems more dysfunctional. But Iâ€™m sure Phil and Don had their days.â€? The Wood Brothers play Tuesday, Feb. 1, at the Mystic Theatre. 21 Petaluma Blvd. N., Petaluma. 8pm. $16. 707.765.2121. Catch them live on KRSH-FM 95.9 that morning at 9am.
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CaPX[Ta7XcRW Hymn for Herâ€™s range life
By Alan Sculley
any albums rely on songwriting style, production approach or the personalities of the musicians for a unique sound or character. But for Lucy Tight and Wayne Waxing, who make up the duo Hymn for Her, some more tangible elements come into playâ€”namely, a chain saw, a cigar-box guitar and a 1961 Airstream trailer. Those three elements figured strongly into the making of Lucy & Wayne and the Amairican Stream, the second album from the duo. While on tour in Memphis, Tight and Waxingâ€™s former band was helping a friend clear some fallen limbs from a storm that had hit the area. A chain saw bucked and hit one of the musicians in the head, sending him to the hospital. Grateful for the work and sorry for the accident, the friend gave the group a unique thank-you giftâ€”a combination guitar and bass heâ€™d made using a cigar box for its body and a broomstick for its neck. For a good while, the cigar box guitar sat idle in a closet. â€œThere were a lot of mixed feelings about the cigar-box guitar,â€? Tight says in a phone interview. â€œEvery time weâ€™d pull it out, it kind of reminded us about the chain-saw accident, so it kept on going back in the closet. Then finally, for some reason, Wayne and I just took it with us and we said, â€˜You know what, weâ€™ll play this thing one day
when we have some time to learn it.â€™â€? The duo recorded a 2008 debut CD, Year of the Golden Pig, which showcased the stripped-back acoustic sound. Then one day Tight decided to pull out the cigar-box guitar and see what the instrument could do. The two were immediately excited by the tone that emanated from the odd and seemingly primitive instrument, and decided to make the cigar-box guitar the centerpiece of Lucy & Wayne and the Amairican Stream. Unconventional to say the least, the cigar box comes with two guitar strings and a single bass string with its own pickupâ€”and its own set of challenges. â€œIt really took a while to learn this thing,â€? Tight says, â€œbecause the neck is a broom handle, so there are no frets. I really just had to tune my ear in.â€? And rather than take the cigar-box guitar into the studio, Tight and Waxing decided to record their new songs on tour, using their 16foot 1961 Bambi Airstream trailer as a makeshift studio with their three-year-old daughter and 90-pound black Labrador by their side. â€œWe laughed a lot and had a good time doing this recording,â€? she said. â€œAnd the sound, it is what it is. But the roundness of the Airstream and the round edges make for a very unique sound, I think. It kind of bounces back and forth in a very lively way, which makes our album sound really live and rocking.â€? Hymn for Her play Sunday, Jan. 30, at Aubergine. 755 Petaluma Ave., Sebastopol. 8pm. 707.861.9190.
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World Series trophy comes to Sonoma County e all watched the videos online last year, gathered around our laptops. The footage was grainy, the light dim in the dead of night, but the joy was clear in everyoneâ€™s faces. A jubilant reunion full of tears of happiness and hugs that just weeks prior seemed almost impossible. It had happened. Finally, it had happened. Iâ€™m not talking about the Chilean minersâ€™ rescue. Iâ€™m talking about the San Francisco Giantsâ€™ return to AT&T Park at 4am, after winning the World Series in Texas. The huge crowd, up all night waiting for their arrival. The high-fives between players and fans. And the most iconic image of all: Giantsâ€™ manager Bruce Bochy reaching over the barricades and Brian Sabean offering the World Series trophy for all to see. The trophy has been on a tour of California since, and it hits Sonoma and Santa Rosa this Friday to what will surely be a sizable gathering of Giants faithful. No, fans wonâ€™t be able to touch it. Yes, fans can take picturesâ€”but only up to a point in the line, when a professional photographer snaps an image available afterward for purchase online. No, Tim Lincecum wonâ€™t be there. But, yes, it is the real-live trophy. For those still pinching themselves from the unfathomable victory in November, see the World Series trophy live and up close on Friday, Jan. 28, at the Sonoma Community Center (276 E. Napa St., Sonoma; 10:30amâ€“12:30pm) and at Santa Rosa City Hall (100 Santa Rosa Ave., Santa Rosa; 3â€“5pm). Free. 415.972.2255.
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