Paradise Lost by Charles Brousse

New Atland will rise like a Phoenix Bird from the ashes. The Wendlings will wing home to the New Atlantis and Amersterdam.

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Paradise Lost? The Bittersweet Legacy of the Buck Trust

The first of two articles on the controversial relationship of the Buck Trust with Marin County’s arts scene, focusing on live theater as a representative example. This installment looks at the historical record. A second article examines possible future options for Buck Trust funders and potential grant recipients. Charles is the Pacific Sun’s theater critic.

When Beryl Hamilton Buck died in 1975, very few outside her inner circle took notice. She wasn’t a public figure hereabouts. No scandals. No attention getting pronouncements about the need for 50 feet high privacy hedges. Just another average millionaire widow living quietly next door to her close friend…

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