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Menu From A World War

Going through all my parents’ old papers and pictures, I found this memento of V-J Day, September 2, 1945. Dad was stationed in the Philippines. I imagine those boys were relieved that they didn’t have to invade the Japanese mainland.

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Frozen Assets

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Road Murals

The inspiration for this cartoon was a childhood memory of a cut-out CHP car that used to be on old Highway 40 somewhere around Pinole, if I remember right. If we can’t have real cops out there, a few of … Continue reading

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Calling Back The Salmon Doctor – Nisenan Heritage Day 2016

Get your indigenous on today at Sierra College from 10 to 4.

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Heads up to those who are interested. I’ll be the interviewee on Joyce Miller’s “Sages Among Us” show on KVMR this Wednesday, August 17 from 6:30pm to 7. We’ll be talking about my years as an editorial cartoonist in Nevada … Continue reading

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Bartoli’s Burden

Expatriate mayor Steve Cottrell has a new book on the market! Check it out…

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Sweet Sixteen

Two-thousand sixteen! It’s finally here, and it promises to be one of those “interesting times” the Chinese warned us about. Anyone who is half conscious knows that there is a notably different vibe this time around. The inmates are finally … Continue reading

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Vive La France

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Martin Ramirez

Mexican artist Martin Ramirez has been honored by the U.S. Post Office with a set of stamps of his art. He was born near Guadalajara, Mexico, in 1895 and emigrated to the U.S. in 1925, where he worked in the … Continue reading

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Hillary Announces Candidacy For President…Dragons To Follow…

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