Thousands of salmon escaped an Icelandic fish farm The Guardian, Sept 30, 2023.
Antarctica’s heatwaves are a warning to humanity – and we have only a narrow window to save the planet Climate scientists The Guardian Opinion Antarctica Fri 4 Aug 2023 Antarctica’s sea ice levels are plummeting as extreme weather events happen faster than scientists predicted
Petaluma Argus Courier, 28 May 1923 Page 3 PETALUMA 6 YOSEMITE 0 (By Sport Hicks) The Leghorns hung the sign of the Indian on the Yosemite Market nine of San Francisco Sunday, on the home grounds, the score being 6 to 0. Despite the miserable weather a goodly number of enthusiasts attended. The wind blew … [Read more…]
Petaluma Argus Courier, Number 223, 11 May 1923 One More On The Egg Boat The steamer Gold, the only known boat to catch its own fish, broke all records yesterday on a down trip through the tule region when it kicked six bass into the pantry frying pan. The Gold wears a paddle wheel under … [Read more…]
Petaluma Argus Courier, 3 March 1900 COURTED TO THE WHIR OF SAW MILL WHEELS. W. H. Joy and Mrs. Weiberts of Healdsburg were married in Santa Rosa Thursday. The wedding is the outcome of a long acquaintanceship extending over several years, both parties spent in the Mill creek redwoods near Healdsburg. Years ago Joy was … [Read more…]
While correcting the San Francisco Call, 26 October 1918, I ran across this article: ANNOUNCE SECOND TRIO CONCERT Provided the embargo on concert gatherings is raised before the date set for their second concert of the season, the Shavitch-Saslavsky-Bem Chamber Music Trio will give their next programme at the Italian Room of the St. Francis … [Read more…]
Charles Simic, Pulitzer-Winning Poet and U.S. Laureate, Dies at 84 A Serbian-born American, he left the impression in his verse that he had “poked a hole into everyday life to reveal a glimpse of something endless.”
From the Guardian 10/29/2022 – The labyrinthine patterns traced by birds on the wing – in pictures by Alice Fisher. On a hike one day, photographer Xavier Bou, who is based in Barcelona, wondered if the flight paths of birds could be captured on paper. Through research he realised they could – and represented in … [Read more…]
From the Guardian October 28, 2022, The surreal photographs of Ralph Eugene Meatyard “Ralph Eugene Meatyard (1925-1972) was an American optometrist and pioneer of experimental and surreal photography, working in Kentucky. Heavily influenced by Southern Gothic literature, his carefully constructed, haunting images are on display at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans … [Read more…]
The Elusive Future of San Francisco’s Fog from the New York Times of 09/14/2022.