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I grew up being told that democracy is messy; the events of this year certainly prove it. The freedom to vote is not – and has... Continue

The Republican Party has not accepted the results of the 2020 election and the traditional “peaceful transfer of power” may never... Continue

This preliminary election report is being assembled late on November 3 before all final results are in, but by the time you are reading... Continue

I am not going to sugar coat it — this year has been incredibly rough on all of us. At its core, the theme has been isolation... Continue

There has never been a better time than during this COVID-19 crisis to build meaningful relationships with your donors. But that doesn’t... Continue

This year’s been a roller coaster ride. We were waiting nervously at the top of it, then whooshing down the wheel, gasping for breath,... Continue

Our economy is contingent on continuous growth, consumerism, and monetary policy that facilitates such growth. Growth is a highly-loaded... Continue

  By Jeremy Castillo —  As a person of color and being trans, I have felt the lack of acceptance from the white community.... Continue

Chapter 10: Crazy Quilt 1895 – 1915 • Nellie ~ My grandmother started her crazy quilt in 1895, the same year she started her family.... Continue

In late December, President Trump signed into law the $900 billion stimulus bill, a second round of bailout for the American people... Continue

What’s fresh, and a delicious recipe for sauteed escarole Winter, if we can call it that in the amazing Sonoma Valley, does slow... Continue

Hey, where’s everybody going? Rachel Hundley, voluntarily exiting from the city council, is the latest exile from an important top... Continue

I like to sit on my porch, on these beautiful fall days, and watch the ravens cavort in the crepe myrtle trees. People walk by, kids... Continue

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