Month: August 2017

Wendell Berry in California

Matthew D. Stewart “We ought to love our own states and our own home places better than any others. That […]

Illusions and Perversions in California’s History of Preservation

Nathan F. Sayre Laura Watt’s catchy title, The Paradox of Preservation,[1] doesn’t do her book proper justice. What she terms […]

Sonoma’s Fading Images of Hwy 12

Mike Acker Running through the heart of Sonoma County’s unincorporated communities of Boyes Hot Springs, Fetters Hot Springs, and Agua […]

Boom Fall Events

Jonathan Gold and Oliver Wang at the Autry in Los Angeles Food and Ethnicity: A Conversation about L.A. Tuesday, September […]

A Missed Lesson in the Heart of California

Josh Stephens Many years ago, I rode on a team bus through the agricultural heart of California. Up far too […]

The Sinatras of Capitalism

Julia Ingalls On the porch that evening in August 2004, still wearing his plastic ID bracelet from the ER, my […]