Monthly Archives: November 2020

Buck Oil and Alcohol Justice

I working on a letter to send members of Alcohol Justice. John Presco Sam’s Anchor Cafe Posted on May 21, 2012by Royal Rosamond Press My uncle, James Bigelow, owned the famous Sam’s Anchor Cafe in Tiberon. After sailing in the regattas, or … Continue reading

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The Marin Muses of Music and Dance

My ex-wife, Mary Ann Tharaldsen used to live in Marin, as did her good friend, Mimi Farina. I am going to ask Vice President, Kamala Harris, to look into preserving the Bohemian History of Oakland and Marin. John Presco Bread … Continue reading

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The German Garden

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
The German Garden In our last conversation Vicki told me Mark was calling her up and giving her long lectures – with a quiz at the end! She told me she could not take it…

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William Buck

Here is William Buck, the son of Frank Buck, who translated two books that Ram Dass endorses. This might be the spiritual base that Beryl Buck wanted applied to her establishment of the Buck Foundation that should give me a … Continue reading

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Murder and Death of Leonard Buck

Here is a mystery. I was researching the home of Leonard Buck in Oakland in order to include it in my proposal to Alcohol Justice funded by the Buck Foundation, when I am reading about a murder investigation that suggests … Continue reading

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Marin City Sea Cadets

A week ago I talked with my friend, Ed Howard, about doing something in Marin City in regards of funding the history of Oakland and empowering black people. There was a protest against racism, and a call to support Black … Continue reading

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Left At Moab

Casey Farrell and I have been talking about taking our radio show, public. For years we have had hour long conversations (and longer) that are otherworldly. They started in 1997 when I was living in the Kinkaid alley a block … Continue reading

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Taking A Road Trip With Mafia Max

Jake Fienberg is talking like he is King of The Hill. I challenged him to take some LSD and go on a trip. Now that Oregon passed a law that allows psilocybin to be used to treat people with mental … Continue reading

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Zakir Hussain and Jake Feinberg

Originally posted on Rosamond Press:
Two days ago Jake Feinberg responded to a post I made on his facebook regarding Ken Kesey’s cottage that I tried to keep from being torn down. It would have made a great place to…

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PTSD and Lamb of God

A miracle has happened. Seconds after I hit a button to get this video on the Youtube, Michael Dundon called. We talked about the great pain he was in due to blowing his hips out. He was compelled to hike … Continue reading

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