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Re: “CARRILLO IN COURT, DAY 2

Furthermore, he admitted to "peeking" in an interview with a detective, and that he wasn't drunk, just buzzed and amazingly he didn't even know the woman's name.

Posted by mr. pliny on 04/23/2014 at 7:59 PM

Re: “Decarceration Nation

So if a guy rapes me, Martinot wants to put me in a room to talk to him, instead of putting him in jail. Wow, that's brilliant. That's how I want to spend my days, if that ever happens to me. I definitely want to spend my recovery days looking at the guy that raped me, and knowing he's still walking free, and probably choosing his next victim.

Posted by Sue Hirsch on 04/21/2014 at 11:07 AM

Re: “Pastie Treats

Please, Over-the-hill gang appears @ Christy's in Santa Rosa,Ca.

The county thrives on young-blood, Hello?

This picture above looks like a 45 year-old, "witch."

And lots of history of "MDMA," observers from "Burning Man."
nada'

Posted by Brad Pipal on 04/19/2014 at 10:13 AM

Re: “The Telltale Text

This is woefully inept reporting. It appears as if the Bohemian has done nothing more than file a series of public records requests and use that as the basis for skewering a competing news organization. I can't say whether the assertions in this story are true - that the PD's ownership is influencing coverage of a favored politician - they very well may be. But journalism - good journalism - owes an obligation to prove that. Here, the author has clearly fallen short. He takes one example, the bosco-carillo text after the lopez tragedy, and uses that to make a leap of logic backward to suggest that a similar thing may have happened after Carillo's arrest. No other hard evidence is provided, just circumstantial "proof" that may not prove anything. Had the author presented this in a court of law he would have been laughed out of the courtroom by both judge and jury. This story Is akin to a prosecutor arguing, "Well the defendant has done the crime once, so clearly he's done It before!" Thankfully, our legal system has protections built in for this. In journalism, that duty rests with a skilled editor. Sadly, in this case at least, it doesn't appear the Bohemian has one.

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Posted by PeterJensen on 04/17/2014 at 9:15 AM

Re: “Back Yard Rambles

How right this article is. K & A is small, but what comes out of this small kitchen is always
something so tasty. With every corner in our towns a McDonalds, etc. you will be so
glad you take the drive to the little town of Tomales and see what Amy has whipped up.

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Posted by Donnie Gentry on 04/16/2014 at 4:12 PM

Re: “Back Yard Rambles

My resident tourist picks (north county):

Lake Sonoma - THE mountain bike spot, also great for hiking, fishing, etc.

Taste of Alexander Valley - because one can never have enough sliders while tasting

Cloverdale Friday Night Live - The best, high quality, free outdoor summer concerts in SoCo this year will be in Cloverdale, marks my words.

Diavola (Geyserville), 101 thai way (cloverdale)

Healdsburg Saturday Farmers market

Alive and Healing: best Tempeh in the county

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Posted by David Garland on 04/16/2014 at 4:07 PM

Re: “Back Yard Rambles

Plan your Ramble with 1st Friday Art Walk Guerneville, CA in Mind! Where River Rd meets Scenic Hwy 116, 3-8 every 1st Friday year-round! Art-Music-Food-Wine! Galleries , Open Studios, Merchants & Street Buskers too...

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Posted by Otto Walker Willis on 04/16/2014 at 12:38 PM

Re: “April 10: Anthony Jeselnik at Cotati's Green Music Center

Just a heads-up to the headline to the headline department: The Green Music Center is in Rohnert Park, not Cotati!

Posted by bolinasdude on 04/15/2014 at 6:40 PM

Re: “Delectations of Empire

I'll take that place around the corner. At least they don't trash the other establishments.

Posted by Kelly Decker on 04/15/2014 at 5:13 PM

Re: “Dharma Bummer

This article has factual errors and does not reflect the large number of people and Sonoma County environmental groups fighting this large-scale industrial printing press near Salt Point State Park. It makes it sound as if it's just a few neighbors.

Get the REAL story with the CORRECT facts.

http://www.sonomacoastalhillsruralpreservation.org/masterissuestatement

Posted by Get It Right on 04/15/2014 at 10:59 AM

Re: “Palm Leaves

Paralyzed for life.
$400K dollars spent on fraud Caren Greco R.N. and her D.A. ordered child support kids and family support funds to ex Tom and Debbie Scott. She was a prostitute with me and my spine m.d., Dr. David Scheetz, a polygamist, prior president of the medical association.
Employed by billionaire Clyde Greco Sr. and Jr., victim of w.c. fraud, fraud.
A "hit" from Judge Brad Demeo.
New Palm Drive injuries 10/04/2011..kidnapping in Santa Rosa mayhem by 10 S.C.S.D. detectives.
"Hero" crane mishap blinded by sun crane operator. 10/03/1996, Unstable deck, left out rigger undersized pin, Fire Dept. Rescue fall of 17 foot fall, strike steel time ten. Fed. water new Guerneville Bridge column. Palm Drive Hospital failed...Atlas One broken bone at lower brain...Hard hat, (R) side shattered five inches by two and one-half inches.

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Posted by Brad Pipal on 04/12/2014 at 2:08 PM

Re: “April 12-13: Apple Blossom Festival in Sebastopol

They have no web page for 2014 music.

Posted by Brad Pipal on 04/12/2014 at 1:55 PM

Re: “April 12-13: Apple Blossom Festival in Sebastopol

The David Luning Band is playing at Sebastopol's Apple Blossom Festival this Sunday from 3PM - 5PM at the Back Stage!

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Posted by pgrzebik on 04/10/2014 at 4:26 PM

Re: “Hood Lovin'

Good to see him talking about music, and not about all that political garbage...

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Posted by DW Driving-Wheel Fans-Friends on 04/10/2014 at 3:47 PM

Re: “Homeless Front

This is a very moving and informative story. I don't know how any military person returning home after serving on active duty in Iraq or Afghanistan COULD NOT have PTSD. The terror of both what they did (in the name of our country) and what they experienced over there would really mess up anyone. Then, coming home to an entirely different reality with their recent military training and experiences and trying to fit into their old lives and relationships is a further corkscrew.

IMHO, the problem is at the front end and that's really where the focus should be.
Defending our country on our soil is one thing, engaging in an optional war is really unfair to those who we ask to serve as our surrogates. Those who believe in starting such a war should be the only ones who should serve in it. I understand that all those who serve do so in a volunteer capacity...we don't have a draft. However, some of them see no other option in their lives and others naively believe that the benefit they receive (in experience, money, education, personal growth and responsibility) will outweigh the horrific blowback of the experience. Though not all service people serving in war end up with such debilitating PTSD that it's nearly impossible for them to function normally in our society, I have a hard time believing that most of them don't have varying degrees of PTSD.

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Posted by lneedle 2 on 04/09/2014 at 9:18 PM

Re: “Dharma Bummer

Buddhists, the peaceful loving-kindness kind of folk, always are targets from downsteam. I hope you can find equanimity, Mike Singer.

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Posted by Bernie Weston on 04/09/2014 at 9:04 PM

Re: “Delectations of Empire

When did Mac and Cheese multiply like rabbits in every hip place across the country? When did rich people start eating poor people food? It's a cheap starch worth a nickel and sold for ten dollars.

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Posted by JR Wirth on 04/09/2014 at 3:31 PM

Re: “The Guerneville Flood Project: Rowboats at Abby's Playland

I boated past there many time growing up. It's part of the fond memories I have of the area. People who didn't live on The River would always say how tragic it must have been to be flooded in. We River Rats knew it was just part of winter on The River. The bigger floods were always bad. That intersection, however, flooded at least once a year when I was a kid and there would always be a picture in the news with the caption saying something to the effect that flood victims were fleeing. A lot of the time, though, it was people like my family boating to the bridge so we could get groceries. Then we'd boat back and drive home.

Posted by Patrick C. Wood on 04/07/2014 at 11:47 PM

Re: “The Guerneville Flood Project: Dominic Raitano

Yes and sadly my father, Bob Lucas passed away in 1999 after a courageous fight with Leukemia but I remember many many days and nights either hanging out at "The Paper" and hanging out at Dominic's as kids :)

Posted by Bunney Schmidt on 04/07/2014 at 10:43 PM

Re: “The Guerneville Flood Project: Rowboats at Abby's Playland

Jackie's correct, it was directly across the other side of drake road from pee wee golf all 3 were there during this time (J's, Pee Wee, Abby's). Abby's was home of a huge super slide and at one point had an arcade, that's all I remember :)

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Posted by Bunney Schmidt on 04/07/2014 at 10:29 PM

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