Cover | Elena Zolotnitsky
Middlesex (oil and gold leaf on canvas). This paintings name is a tribute to the novel by Jeffrey Eugenides (Middlesex and The Virgin Suicides). The face is from Zolotnitskys imagination. Elena Zolotnitsky, Russian born, lives and paints in Oakland. Locally her work is on display at the Barbara Anderson Gallery in Berkeley, (510) 848-3822, and at the Blue Room Gallery in San Francisco as part of a Holiday Group Show, (415) 282-8411. A catalogue of Zolotnitskys new work is available at Barbara Anderson Gallery or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Middlesex is currently on display at B. Boeltz Gallery in Denver, (303) 623-3036; www.bboeltzgallery.com. More of her work can be viewed at www.zolotnitsky.com.
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East Bay Life | Ninety Minutes of Freedom After years of meeting at the same field for regular games of soccer, a local team decides to play the team at San Quentin Prison. One lockdown later, they penetrate the big house and find justice in the game. By Ian Thomas Earle
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