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Jonathan Farrell

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

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Op-Ed: Despite obstacles one woman is bringing Gymnastics to Sonoma Special

Sonoma - Cartwheels, flips, fitness and fun are what Sonoma resident and business owner, Mary Alice Jambon wishes to firmly establish at the Carneros Corporate Park on 8th Street.

Op-Ed: Small California town mourns the loss of Postal worker Special

Sonoma - The little U.S. Post Office station at the west end of Sonoma is perhaps the least of the 31,662 post offices nationwide.

Op-Ed: 'Star Wars' is the theme of this year's fundraiser for Petaluma Special

Petaluma - Even if winters here in California are mild compared to the East Coast as blizzards cause problems, the importance of a hot meal and a connection to the outside world for a shut-in senior is extremely vital.

Op-Ed: California State Senate supports 'No Place Like Home' initiative Special

Los Angeles - Like the much-needed rain that has reached California, the effort to help the homeless has even more significance to it as the impact of El Niño storms has displaced the thousands of homeless living in makeshift camps along the Los Angeles River.

Op-Ed: Fears of travel don't bother 'Gap Year Girl' author Marianne Bohr Special

According to Nielsen ratings last year the resolution to 'travel more' was number 9 on the top 10 of New Year's Resolutions. This does not surprise author and world traveler Marianne Bohr.

Op-Ed: Coffee cart owner sells biz and is now the Go 2 Gal for concierge Special

Sonoma - Something new has brewed for Sonoma's JOE-2-GO coffee bar owner Heidi Stearn. She sold the successful sole-proprietorship which has been a fixture at Freidman's Home Improvement Center for over five years.

Op-Ed: Quinoa is one of the stars at Winter Fancy Foods Show Special

San Francisco - Among the thousands of specialty food items and companies featured at the Winter Fancy Foods Show this weekend at Moscone Center is quinoa.

Op-Ed: Winter Fancy Food Show at Moscone Center features the unique Special

San Francisco - Moscone Center is gearing up for the annual Winter Fancy Food Show opening this Saturday, January 17. Sponsored by the Speciality Food Association, this is the largest specialty food trade event on the West Coast.

Op-Ed: Recent survey shows dog-owners want more time with 'Rover' Special

San Francisco - As 2016 begins, the makers of Milk-Bone dog treats point out that more than 50 percent of dog-owners in the U.S. want to spend more time with their pet.

Op-Ed: San Francisco Sheriff seeks reforms on use of force policies Special

San Francisco - As the year came to a close, San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi introduced comprehensive reforms to the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department (SFSD)’s Use of Force (UOF) Policy.

Op-Ed: Amy J. Berg film of Janis spurs memory of Monterey Pop 1967 Special

Sonoma - As the extended showing of Amy J. Berg's new documentary, "Janis: Little Girl Blue" winds down at The Roxie Theater, former San Francisco State University journalist Kathy Bramwell Ostram shared her recollections of the Monterey Pop Festival.

City Attorney, San Francisco demands no more Bieber graffiti ads Special

San Francisco - Graffiti is a worldwide problem for major cities like San Francisco. Over the years, community activists have sought ways to channel graffiti activity into artistic expression or outlets.

Op-Ed: Janis Joplin film extended at San Francisco's Roxie Theater Special

San Francisco - The new documentary film, "Janis: Little Girl Blue" has been extended in showing at The Roxie Theater in San Francisco's Mission District. The reviews of director Amy Berg's work have been outstanding. Yet most of all, audiences have been deeply moved.

Op-Ed: Retired teacher believes more is in store on his life journey Special

Sonoma - The Alumni of Pater Noster High School in Los Angeles had a benefit dinner in October of this past year to raise funds for the remaining Brothers of St. Patrick that staffed the school.

Op-Ed: California officials seek precautions for online lending trends Special

Sacramento - Americans now owe over $885 billion of revolving debt, according to sources at the Federal Reserve and much of it is entangled in credit card debt. This might be one of the reasons online lending is growing.

Op-Ed: Refugee situation hits close to home for San Francisco writer Special

San Francisco - The Syrian refugee crisis hit a little closer to home this past Dec. 8 when the Los Angeles County Supervisors met to discuss making provisions for their possible arrival to California. To most people the Syrian crisis seems very far away.

Op-Ed: State Senator investigates California taxpayer donations Special

Los Angeles - At this time of year when people tend to be more generous, it is disconcerting to learn that some charitable donations don't get distributed. This was at the heart of California State Senator Robert Hertzberg's committee hearing on Wed. Dec. 9th.

Op-Ed: Travel & Food writer now novelist overwhelmed by Veterans of WWII Special

San Carlos - While food and travel blog writer turned-novelist Carole Bumpus is pleased that the companion cookbook "Recipes for Redemption" to her novel "A Cup of Redemption" has been well-received,

Op-Ed: New product echoes the history of Polynesian art and tattoos Special

Mililani - Riding on the wave of success of her "Maui By Design" hand painted Hawaiian 'Nei Hua' ornaments, owner Andrea Butter this year has launched an entirely new product line of Polynesian inspired leather wallets, called NĀ KOA, meaning "the courageous."

Op-Ed: New documentary of Janis Joplin makes premiere tonight at Roxy Special

San Francisco - Like echoes of a song, faintly lingering in the background of one's memories of youth, former journalist-turned-job counselor, Kathy Bramwell Ostram wanted very much to be at tonight's premiere of "Janis: Little Girl Blue."
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