September, 2005
Archive

  • September 30, 2005 • Culture Dept.

    Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad

    It may sound like a nichey adult DVD or a hidden camera show on a women’s cable network, but Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad is something else entirely. The creation of New York City-based performing arts maven Susannah Perlman (one of...

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  • September 23, 2005 • Culture Dept.

    Saddles Restaurant

    “Some say Napa is Porches and Mercedes and we’re pick-up trucks and cowboy boots,” said Saddles’ Sandy Weaver, relishing the irony as she passed out the restaurant’s four-star menu. “I love that we’re known for that.”...

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  • September 16, 2005 • Culture Dept.

    Fourth Grade Dads and a mom rock the house

    For many people, getting the responsibilities of family and career to harmonize is a challenge. For a group of Peninsula parents with a penchant for rock ‘n’ roll, harmonizing — literally — is the challenge. Meet...

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  • September 13, 2005 • Culture Dept.

    Sonoma daVinci’s Una Mundus

    Richard Johnson is a bespectacled man, with white, downy hair. He is often clad in plaid shirts and rests in an easy-chair nestled in the corner of his mobile home that nearly envelops his slight frame. He will be 99 years-old on October...

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