May 30, 1969

I remember “Bloody Thursday”. I was there in 1969 at Peoples Park, Berkeley, California when I heard about James Rector dying after being shot in the back by police.I had hitch hiked with my 4 year old son from Vancouver Canada just to go to the Sky River Rock festival in Washington. I was a... Continue Reading →

Last Chance

Editorial I know it is first thing Saturday morning, I also know we concern ourselves with recovery and spiritual growth here. But I would be amiss not to ever talk about this world crisis we’re presently in the middle of. It’s hard to read first thing on a Saturday morning, so you might want to... Continue Reading →

A Day Like No Other

Today is a very different day than any Easter Sunday ever recorded.. Normally on this occasion folks are hitting the stores, attending spectator games and being with friends, making the most of a long weekend. Do we choose as a people to live again, or will we destroy ourselves and the earth and let the... Continue Reading →

A World of Opposites

Our world has shrunk. We are living in each other’s back pockets. It seem strange to some, but normal to others. It has, for some, brought a stark reality of the world order into focus. For others in the world it has been just a way of life and all they’ve ever known. We have... Continue Reading →

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