Archives for November 2014

Heyday and News from Native California long reads from 2014

In this excerpt from Enough for All: Foods of My Dry Creek Pomo and Bodega Miwuk People, Kathleen Rose Smith whetted our appetites for seafood gathered from the Pacific. “There’s something wonderful in that spirit of publishers who are really dedicated to and passionate about the work that they’re putting out into the world, no matter […]

A conversation with Jeremy Rosenberg

Thank goodness for Google. If it weren’t for that omnipresent and perhaps all-too-omnipotent search engine, Jeremy Rosenberg would not have found out about the California Historical Society Book Award contest, and we wouldn’t have had the winner that is Under Spring: Voices + Art + Los Angeles. The book’s title takes its name from a public […]

City of Berkeley proclaims October 31 “Malcolm Margolin/Heyday” Day

Berkeley City Council declared October 31, 2014 “Malcolm Margolin/Heyday” Day. Click the image to read the proclamation! (File opens as a 116kb PDF.)