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  • Featured Book - Jack London - White Fang

    White Fang – by Jack London – This is one of the all-time classics. Written in the early 1900’s it tells a story of Alaska, its people and its animals. White Fang, along with Call Of The Wild have survived the test of time and have...
  • A guide to the Cascade Range parks

    GETTING THERE To visit all four Cascade Range parks in one trip, you might begin with a flight to Seattle. From SeaTac International Airport, take Interstate Highway 5 north to the Burlington exit and follow Washington Highway 20 east to North Cascades...
  • Savoring the Sonoma difference

    The Sonoma and Napa valleys lie side by side, separated by the Mayacamas Mountains, about 60 miles northeast of San Francisco. Both are agricultural, easy on the eye and prime spots for touring. Both are devoted to gastronomy and the good life. And, of...
  • 1940s film star Virginia Mayo dies at 84

    Virginia Mayo, the beautiful blond who rose to movie stardom in the 1940s in comedies opposite Bob Hope and Danny Kaye and had memorable dramatic turns with James Cagney in "White Heat" and Dana Andrews in "The Best Years of Our Lives," died Monday. She...
  • Author Susan Sontag Dies

    Susan Sontag, one of America's most influential intellectuals, internationally renowned for the passionate engagement and breadth of her critical intelligence and her ardent activism in the cause of human rights, died today of leukemia. She was 71. The...
  • It's Not Just a Train Trip, It's a State of Mind

    Man, did you see that wigwag back there? You don't see many of those anymore." "And before that, three SW8s on a local … " "And those EMD switchers … " "Gaviota's at 339.5, right?" I catch snippets of this conversation among four casually dressed...
  • 'Japanese by Spring' by Ishmael Reed

    It's hard to say exactly where Ishmael Reed will lose the typical reader in the course of his most recent novel, which is political tract as much as fiction. Some readers will tune out when the author writes, while discussing the Anita Hill-Clarence...