First Person Singular

What’s for dinner

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Olga Cossi’s father asked, “What’s for dinner?”


Olga Cossi is a writer of books for children and adults. She lives in a senior community.

Free Speech

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Jane McCormick Crowley connects the dots.


Jane McCormick Crowley is a member of Pax Cristi International.

Hope and promise

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Steve Pleich reflects on the hope and promise of a new year.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and an eternal optimist.

Spiders

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Andrew Caudillosays, “Educate, don’t kill.”


Andrew Caudillo is a biology major at CSUMB.

Sweden

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Jeri Bodemar misses Sweden.


Jeri Bodemar is grateful for efforts to help those in need.

 

 

Weave

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Don Coolman offers his observations about the art of locomotion.


Don Coolman, besides weaving, loves playing beach volleyball.

Cuba

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Dana Phillips discusses lifting the Cuba embargo.


Dan Phillips is a local writer.

Of that age

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Olga Cossi  says, “I am of that age.”


Olga Cossi is a writer of books for children and adults. She lives in a senior community.

Christmas for all

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Robert Castro wants all families to enjoy Christmas.


Robert Castro studies at CSUMB.

Right and wrong

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Steve Pleich reflects on a simple question of right and wrong.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and an advocate for people experiencing homelessness.