First Person Singular

Disorientation

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Alan Ritch encourages disorientation.


Alan Ritch is a cultural geographer

Ted Koppel

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Lynn Dunton reviews Ted Koppel’s book “Lights Out.”


Lynn Dunton live in Santa Cruz.

Important day

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Steve Pleich reflects on the the important day in our life.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and a hopeful contributor to the common good.

Januaries

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Jane McCormick Crowley asks, “How fo you deal with the Januaries?”


Jane McCormick Crowley is a member of Pax Cristi International.

TPP

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Marcia Heath addresses the Trans Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement, the TPP.


Marcia Heath is chair of WILPF (the Womens International League for Peace and Freedom) Santa Cruz.

Ducks in a row

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Jeri Bodemar asks, “Do you have your ducks in a row?”


Jeri Bodemar supports her husband in his cancer journey

Growing small

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Scott Smith dereams of growing his tumor small.


Scott Smith is learning to deal with cancer.

Feeling at home

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Olga Cossi asks, “Would you turn your eyes away?”


Olga Cossi writes of books for children and adults.

Bench marks

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Alan Ritch reads West Cliff bench marks.


Alan Ritch is a cultural geographer

Warming center

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Steve Pleich reflects on Warming Centers.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and supporter of the warming center concept.