In the zeal to “do something” about racial inequality post the Black Lives Matter movement, Marin has done its part. We made a valiant effort to re-name Sir Francis Drake Boulevard to some kind of Miwok name. That didn’t go so well because, as my uber-woke friends will tell you, there are so many … [Read more...] about Frederick Commentary: Wokers Unite: Ditch Newsom … and vote Elder?
The Rev. Thomas Nibbe Sunday, August 8, 2021 @ 11:00 a.m. "I am with you always" The Sacrament of Holy Baptism Three beautiful babies are baptized today at Holy CrossLutheran Church in the name of the Father, and of the Son,and of the Holy Spirit...Isla Dawn Belingheri, daughter of Anthony … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: ‘I Am With You Always’
The scoreboard at Memorial Park in San Anselmo suddenly featured the numbers “1488.” For most people, that means nothing. But authorities tell us it is actually a white supremacist code of some sort -- a dog whistle for hateful creeps in the shadows of Marin. No one knows who posted the … [Read more...] about Frederick Commentary: Too many dots not to connect
The Rev. Thomas Nibbe Sunday, August 1, 2021 @ 11:00 a.m. "...we're in a battle...don't forget who's in charge..." -- Bishop Dan Selbo, North American Lutheran ChurchLet us pray: Lord Jesus, may we pray this day that you would make us all one inyou. We pray for the unity of the Church. We … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: I life living worthy of the calling you’ve received
YOUR LACK OF FAITH IS DISTURBING The CDC has done it again. It reversed itself on masks for the vaccinated. Remember, it was only 30 days ago that President Joe Biden declared victory over COVID-19. We were supposed to be free of masks. The president even said so -- twice -- on national teevee. … [Read more...] about Frederick Commentary: Is anyone else confused about masks and vaccinations?
Robert C. Koehler/My Turn Let’s dance at the border! One of these days, something will give — the rich, the powerful will suddenly look around cluelessly. What’s happening? Awareness will sweep across the planet: We are one, and life is sacred. This consciousness will even invade political … [Read more...] about PeaceVoice Commentary: Moral intelligence or nuke war
Mike Reed/Pages From The Past 100 Years Ago - July 1921 -- Tony Silva, who resides in Liberty District, is a lucky man and his prompt action Monday prevented a serious fire and heavy loss. He saw one of the dangerous fire balloons, set off as fireworks, land in a 20-acre field of grain. … [Read more...] about Pages From The Past: Druids burn mortgage
DEEP THOUGHTS: Don’t put projects on the backburner. Put them under the floorboards where the ever-loud beating of their hearts drives you slowly into madness. Libra -- Sept. 23 thru Oct. 22 You set your clock ahead to avoid being late. But all it did was sharpen your subtraction … [Read more...] about Best Guess Horoscope: Who needs rhetorical questions?
PHOTO BY BRUCE FORRESTER Privette at a Fourth of July parade in Sausalito. Claudia Kelly and Larry Clinton/Sausalito Historical Society Herman Privette served as the long-time staff photographer for all five of the Marin community newspapers. When he started circa 1972 with the … [Read more...] about Sausalito History: Privette: A Man and his Camera
Sherman R. Frederick Marinscope Commentary Marin has been super-cautious throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a fact for which Marin-ers should say “thank you.” Early-on what we didn’t know about the disease justified that approach. We know more now and I, for one, hope the Marin County … [Read more...] about Frederick Commentary: Marin has earned its COVID freedom, let’s not backside