Monthly Archives: June 2015

Leona Canyon Open Space Preserve

Down the stairs of my condominium and across Campus Drive to Leona Canyon Open Space Preserve. In April and May, I canter past an expanse of wild radish and California golden poppies, and beyond a pond that is lined in … Continue reading

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How We Demonize Each Other

An ancient monk wears heavy wooden prayer beads looped about his neck, maybe of koa or woodrose. White-robed, he is sworn to protect local villagers from demons. There are many– a snow queen with killing blasts of ice,  a troupe of viral bats … Continue reading

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