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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



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.

Op-Ed: Sonoma Valley Jazz Society is a tradition for nearly 30 years Special

Sonoma - The Sonoma Valley Jazz Society is pleased to announce that vocalist Tiffany Austin will be the featured artist at the annual members and sponsors event on Oct. 17 at The Woman’s Club on First Street, East.

Op-Ed: Solar is Green and it's the sign of the times, says one man Special

Sonoma - It used to be that electric cars and things powered by the sun was something way off in the distant future. But if you were to speak with Anthony Abate, "the Solar Hamlet" he would argue that the time for alternative forms of energy use is now.

Op-Ed: One man's legacy to be remembered, the love of lakes and rivers Special

San Francisco - Sometimes it is difficult to measure how much one person makes an impact. This is especially so when dealing with environmental or social issues. That lone voice or that persistent presence at meetings can easily be taken as "granted."

Op-Ed: San Francisco film critic dies while delivering his review Special

San Fransisco - In a business where skittish freelance is routine and a check might be in the mail, even when the work was done months ago, one who knew this very well was film/theater critic and journalist, Tom Mayer. He died suddenly this past summer.

Review: Jazz is alive and thriving in a little town like Sonoma Special

Sonoma - One of the reasons why someone like artist Jan Small was pleased to move to Sonoma from San Francisco was because of the Sonoma Valley Jazz Society concerts that go on during the summer.

Op-Ed: Listener supported KPFA will have its annual holiday crafts fair Special

Berkeley - In a media landscape that is held by only a few conglomerates, it is reassuring to know that there are still some independent local media outlets out there. Among them is KPFA radio at 94.1 FM.

Summer fun is time to raise awareness of guide dogs Special

San Rafael - As summer winds down, a special event will be taking place in The Presidio of San Francisco to celebrate and to raise awareness about an important service that humanity's best friend provides.

Op-Ed: Sonoma artists share gallery space with much success Special

Sonoma - Sharing wall space and the spotlight is something that participating artists at Studio 35 are getting accustomed to very well. Setting aside egos and temperaments, the gallery/studio collective continues to thrive.

Op-Ed: A special event for Kindness is 'NeekOn' comes to San Francisco Special

San Francisco - Everyone can experience a little more kindness these days, at least that is what one man sees is a higher purpose in life. So much so it has inspired him to organize the first one-day event in Golden Gate Park to call attention to it.

Op-Ed: One woman's determination to deliver quality handmade products Special

Novato - In a global market, packaging and distribution is essential. And amid the many designers and unique-one-of-a-kind entrepreneurs out there, Caryl Brandes of Caryl B Natural Bath and Body Products knows this all too well.

Op-Ed: Congressional recognition goes to Chiropractor College — again! Special

San Jose - The students and faculty of Palmer College of Chiropractic had much to celebrate this summer. The college was awarded a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition” presented by the office of Congressman Mike Honda.

Op-Ed: Chips and salsa man learned all his savvy from sales with IBM Special

Sonoma - Meeting Ron Cuda is like talking to a friend and catching up. His easy-going demeanor makes anyone feel at home. His office on Fifth Street West across from Safeway is small but his La Casa Foods business is growing.

Op-Ed: Admitting to a disability lead to a life-tranforming Ironman Special

Laguna Beach - Confession is good for the soul as some might say. And, for Ironman athlete and Mount Kilimanjaro climber, Bonner Paddock his confession to a disability lead to some major life-transformation changes.

Op-Ed: Former Microsoft CTO is now CEO of Charity Navigator Special

Glen Rock - The response from people can be amazing, when they are called upon to give. Of all the sources of charitable giving, the most generous is from individuals.

Op-Ed: Realtor leaves city to pursue artistic dream in small town Special

Sonoma - Art and commerce were in abundance at the Plaza on Tuesday evening and while the Afro-Cuban Jazz Cartel played to an enthusiastic crowd, artist Jan Small was delighted because she has now settled in Sonoma to pursue her life-long passion of art.

Op-Ed: Interior designer on quest to bring more art programs to seniors Special

Sonoma - Over a year ago, when some of the seniors at Vintage Sonoma Assisted Living Center wanted to do more art work, interior designer Bonnie Walner realized something.

Review: Sonoma has a man of intrigue, or at least in Avery Mann's books Special

Sonoma - Avery Mann, a nom de plume for international law attorney Bruce Janigian, may seem ordinary. But once you delve into his his two books “Angel Landing” and “Persona Non Grata” you are taken from the local to the global.

Review: A Denver couple goes West to pursue dream of Ice Cream Special

Sonoma - It's not everyday that a young couple would move over 765 miles just to follow a dream to open an ice cream shop. Yet that is what Joe and Ramie Hencmann did, leaving their well-established lives in Denver to venture to a place unknown, like Sonoma.
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