Tag: Sonoma

I moved around a lot when I was a kid (Dad was in the record industry), never spending more than four years in one place. Ann & I moved to Sonoma in 1998 (we’ve lived in Sonoma County since 1990), which at this writing means I’ve lived here for exactly one-quarter of my life, which partly explains why this feels more like home than anywhere else I’ve lived.

See Augie? It IS A City!

IN 2008, A LOCAL CITY councilmember proposed changing our urban appellation from “City of Sonoma” to “Town of Sonoma” — reflecting the bucolic values to which we cling with blue-jean-and-Stetson stubbornness. That task proved a quixotic one, but good for…

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Invitation to a Study

FRANCE STREET TORAH STUDY SATURDAY, 3/19/11, 10 am-noonish Torah Portion: Tzav (Leviticus 6:1-8:36) Haftarah: Jeremiah 7:21-8:3; 9:22-23 Neal & Ann’s House (707.933.9430 for directions) “Tzav” means “command.” It’s the same root as “mitzvah” which, though sometimes translated as “connection” or…

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Meanwhile, In The Blog Next Door

MY CREATIVE WIFE, ANN, HAS created something potentially important at http://sacredwilderness.net/2010/12/laughing-out-loud/ for those who wear their pride on sleeve, chest or coffeecup. Mesmerizing, isn’t it? Act now and put this design on a T-shirt, tote bag or refrigerator magnet at…

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Media Buzz #2

THE WORLD PREMIERE OF ME reading a couple of my shorter pieces will apparently take place during a two-hour open-mic event Saturday night at Sonoma’s leading bookstore. Billed as “Random Acts,” and staged from 5 to 7 p.m. in Readers’…

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First Day Of School, Again

CHIEF AMONG MY DEEPEST DELIGHTS and terrors is teaching young Jewish people about their heritage. It’s a delight because I’m a born teacher, meaning that I love to learn things and share what I’ve learned (usually learning more in the…

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