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Friday Things: The (Somewhat) Formal Dinner Party Edition

Tonight we’re having friends over for a (somewhat) formal dinner party.  Something I’d like to do more often but after a week of planning, shopping, prepping and cooking I remember why this is a rare occasion. It’s a whole lot of work! I know,  I know.  It doesn’t need to be this way.  I could [...]

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Friday Things Considered: The Father’s Day Edition

S. Lynn Loosli fence building with granddaughter Abbie Loosli

For Father’s Day I wrote a story about “man caves” for the Bay Area News Group. Did your father have a man cave?  Does the man in your house? My dad had a small home office carved out of the back porch that was lined with book shelves filled with scriptures, Reader’s Digest Book-of-the-Month picks, [...]

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Kathryn Pritchett

writes about Things Elemental — where we find shelter, why we connect, what sustains us and how we strut our stuff.

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    • Finally saw both parts—all 7.5 hours—of Angels in America yesterday. Still baffled by so many things in the play—the absentee God, the avenging angel, the vague “great work,” the way audiences laugh every time the word Mormon is uttered. But I woke up thinking about all the messy, flawed humans—including the Mormons—depicted so beautifully by this cast and felt lucky to have spent so many hours watching them on stage (and a few consulting with them behind the scenes.) I expect the reluctant prophet’s final blessing for “more life” will linger for some time. #berkeleyrep