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From the blog of Sierra FoodWineArt magazine: One of the best parts about working for the S.F. Chronicle in the ’80s and ’90s was its Chronicle books operation. We enjoy their publishing taste with titles such as Tartine Book No. … Continue reading →
Editor’s note: One of the best parts about working for the S.F. Chronicle in the ’80s and ’90s was its Chronicle books operation. We enjoy their publishing taste with titles such as Tartine Book No. 3 on the Tartine Bakery & Co. or Cowgirl Creamery Cooks, among others. At the annual holiday parties, at...
Editor’s note: The new parody website NCScooper can bring a smile. Here’s an example: “By Bored Georgeman “Local representatives of the proposed 51st State of Jefferson will host the first annual 4H to Piehole Banquet at Penn Valley’s Western Gateway … Continue reading →
By Rob White In the time that I have been working in Davis (about a year and a half), the discussion about the concept of innovation parks has evolved considerably. Though not a new subject – the city has planning documents demonstrating that business parks (and then research parks) have been being discussed as...
One of the interesting things about the MRAP controversy is that it reengaged the public as we are about to head into Labor Day weekend which typically marks the transition from summer to fall. It helps that DJUSD began this week as well. Yesterday I had a conversation with one of the councilmembers where...
By the Innocence Project The newly formed criminal justice journalism group, The Marshall Project, broke a story in the Washington Post earlier this month revealing new allegations of prosecutorial misconduct that likely caused Texas to wrongly execute Cameron Todd Willingham. The story, written by Maurice Possley, who covered Willingham’s case as a reporter for...