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2008

Interview with Benjamin Pimentel

Give Local First

There are advantages to being unincorporated, and therefore without local government, as we are out here in West Marin. We are spared the contentiousness of local politics. We exist somewhat […]

Interview with Brad Lancaster about rainwater harvesting

Interview with David Cay Johnston

Interview

It’s the economists, stupid. Conventional wisdom interprets the economy all wrong, says Jonathan Rowe—don’t follow the money

Interview with Bill Carter

A Local Hero

When I was in college there was a member of the Boston City Council by the name of Christopher Iannella. He was not always what you might call a fount […]

Smart funny lady: Emily Levine coming to Point Reyes Station

I’ve never asked. But I suspect that Emily Levine, when she was little, used to brood over questions that no one could answer. What is at the end of the […]

Our Phony Economy

From testimony delivered March 12 before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Subcommittee on Interstate Commerce. Rowe is codirector of West Marin Commons, a community-organizing group, in California.

On Thneeds and Needs: Why a Footbridge Matters

Today I received an anonymous email with talking points for opponents of the proposed footbridge to connect the wetlands path to Inverness Park. The contents suggest that the debate already […]