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“Government is the public’s business and ... the public, individually and collectively and represented by a free press, should have access to the records of government …”

So on this Memorial Day, here and now in the United States, when newcomers to our country are being targeted, when racism has been rekindled, and when there have been attacks on synagogues, in Pennsylvania and California, we need to hear Rabbi Gittelsohn’s words — the sermon he called “The Purest Democracy.”

Take a whole car full of neighbors. Make a pilgrimage to the polls.

Thacher Park needs a team of scalers to regularly check the cliff faces.

“Gardening can improve physical, psychological, and social health, which can, from a long-term perspective, alleviate and prevent various health issues facing today’s society.”