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Jonathan Farrell

Editor-at-Large based in San Francisco, CA, United States. Joined on Apr 15, 2009
Expertise in General business news & info, Small business



Op-Ed: Broadway in Sonoma, Transcendence Theatre's gift for the Holidays Special

Sonoma - The beauty of the wine country attracts and inspires many people, among them is Transcendence Theatre Company. For over four years, this eclectic group of Broadway-based performers have won over the Sonoma Valley.

Op-Ed: Massage Therapy is a vital part of Complimentary Medicine Special

Sacramento - As healthcare costs continue to escalate, the role of alternative or complimentary medicine remains steadfast for many people.

Op-Ed: Third generation is now taking the leadership of Dickens Fair Special

San Francisco - The annual Great Dickens Christmas Fair starts early this year, ahead of 'Black Friday.' The fair's opening day is Nov. 21.

Op-Ed: Companion book inspires French chef to serve a regional favorite Special

San Carlos - This coming year marks the 10-year anniversary of the release of "Last Holiday" starring Queen Latifah, LL Cool J and more.

Op-Ed: Travel writer finds a story of food, family and survival in WWII Special

Redwood City - The BBC series "Home Fires" now airing on PBS tells about the role of women, food and family during war time. Set in an English village just at the beginning of WWII, the captivating period-piece drama can pull an audience right to it.

Op-Ed: Women Authors Promote National Reading Group Month Special

San Francisco - This past Oct. 29, Bookshop West Portal in San Francisco's West Portal district was host to a group book reading sponsored by the Women's National Book Association.

Op-Ed: 'Thieving Forest' now goes to audio book format Special

San Francisco - Fall has been an exciting time for local author Martha Conway. This past Oct. 29, she appeared at BookShop West Portal in a panel sponsored by the Women's National Book Association.

Op-Ed: Films as far away as Kazakstan will premiere at Superfest Special

San Francisco - Films from far away as Kazakhstan will be making a premiere at the 29th Annual Superfest: International Disability Film Festival this coming Nov. 14. One of the festival's coordinators Professor Emily Beitiks, PhD took some time to talk about it.

Op-Ed: Artist strives to use art exhibits as vehicles of healing Special

San Francisco - For more than a decade artist Cynthia Tom has been establishing and curating personal and group art expositions. Sometimes described as a visual or surreal artist, Cynthia's work is about bringing the subconscious to the conscious.

Op-Ed: From a wheel cart in Boston to Wine Country, pickles are here Special

Sonoma - Customers at Whole Foods in Northern California's wine country got a chance to sample Grillo’s Pickles this month. Savannah Hoffman, sales and merchandising coordinator for Grillo’s was eager to present both the savory and the sweet versions

Op-Ed: A soap made from love has turned into an all-natural Day Spa Special

Petaluma - When something is made out of necessity it can require pushing oneself to simply do what has not been done before. Yet when something is made out of love, it's ability to excel has no bounds. This could be said of one local product, MoonEssence.

Op-Ed: College memories about the Mill town of Steubenville Ohio Special

The changing of summer to fall, stirred a harvest of memories for this reporter. The sudden shift of summer heat to cool brisk air. And, the changing of leaves brought me to thoughts of college days.

Review: California Ceramic artist is a potter's alchemist for glazes Special

Sonoma - The second floor Gallery at Sonoma Community Center is currently featuring watercolor painter Dick Cole and ceramic artist Chic Lotz. Her work shimmered and gleamed as lights from above gave her work a certain twinkle.

Op-Ed: 'Golf in the dark' is fundraiser for a local social services Special

Petaluma - The summer-like weather of the fall season lends itself to outdoor gatherings, like the annual Petaluma People Services fundraiser. No worry about sunlight fading, the event glows in the dark.

Op-Ed: Local comedian starts RushTix to bring more people to the shows Special

San Francisco - When audience turnout was low, one San Francisco comedian decided to do something to bring in an audience. She founded a startup company called RushTix. People can get tickets to dozens of live shows at a low monthly fee.

Review: A Cup of English Breakfast leads Sonoma man to tea business Special

Sonoma - One young man took his enjoyment of tea, saw a need and in meeting that need has embarked on an entrepreneurial path. His purpose is to provide the best high quality-organic tea in Sonoma County.

Review: Illustrator/Watercolor artist is a 'Renaissance man' friends say Special

Sonoma - To say that artist Dick Cole is a Renaissance man is about right. Because as friends and colleagues have pointed out, Cole has a vast array of experience, interests and talent.

Review: 'Life-lessons' book is an easy read that made it to best-seller Special

Haines - Amid the long tally of books that emerge each year, it's always a surprise to see a little book of just over 150 pages make it to a best seller's list.

Op-Ed: High Density housing issue has neighborhood talking Special

San Francisco - The subject of high density housing in the Sunset took center stage at the Sunset Heights Association of Responsible People this past summer.

Op-Ed: San Francisco designer is 'Kickstarting' a new line of dog toys Special

San Francisco - When obstacles like funding get in the way of the creative flow, designers like Teresa Lahane know how to deal with the challenge. Along with tightening a budget an artist's best recourse is friends and family.
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