First Person Singular

Economy

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Jan Harwood and the Santa Cruz Raging Grannies share their insight on the exonomy.


Jan Harwood and the Santa Cruz Raging Grannies regularly sing at progressive events.

Natural symphony

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Gayle McCallum enjoys a natural symphony.


Gayle McCallum teaches writing at Cabrillo College.

A marital/mental journey

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Olga Cossi discovetrs when a trip becomes more than just a trip.


Olga Cossi writes books for children and adults. She lives at Sorrento Oaks.

Ghosts

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Sigrid McLaughlin shares a ghostly experience.


Sigrid McLaughlin enjoys learning which sometimes gets her into unusual situations.

Public Safety

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Leonie Sherman reflects on public safety in Santa Cruz.


Leonie Sherman is a self-defense instructor and adventure sports writer who has lived in Santa Cruz for 25 years.

How dangers could unite us

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Jeri Bodemar sees how dangers could unite us.


Jeri Bodemar envisions a more aware and united humanity. She is a member of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom in  Santa Cruz.

Boys will be men

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Olga Cossi hopes that boys will be men.


Olga Cossi writes books for children and adults. She lives at Sorrento Oaks.

Kindness

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Sigrid McLaughlin shares an experience of serendipity during her travels.


Sigrid McLaughlin travels like a beggar with a bowl and accepts whatever falls into it

Sanctuary Camp

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Jan Harwood and the Raging Grannies advocate for the homeless.


Jan Harwood and the Santa Cruz Raging Grannies can be seen on Wednesdays at the farmers’ market.

Honeybee democracy

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Jeri Bodemar reflects on honeybee democracy.


Jeri Bodemar loves to look for life lessons in her garden and in nature.