A Stone’s Throw
by Laura Cameron | Travelogue | 0 |
Need a vacation from the holidays? Morro Bay offers miles of trails for hiking, gently rolling roads for biking and bountiful bird- and animal-watching opportunities. And the price is right for post-holiday de-stressing.Read More
Separated From the World by Choice
by James Gage | Feature |
Hidden in the East Bay hills, the Carmelite nuns of Kensington live at the most secluded monastery in the United States.
by Edward Guthmann | Feature |
A Mother’s Heart
by Flossie Lewis | Feature |
Faces of the East Bay
Ask the Expert: Estate Planning with Sara Diamond
by The Monthly Staff | Sep 22, 2021 | Faces of the East Bay, Family Care
The pandemic created the urgency for many East Bay families to set up an estate plan. Richmond Estate Planning Attorney, Sara Diamond answers questions about wills, trusts, powers of attorney and advance health care directives.
Berkeley-based bio honors SF architect Bernard Maybeck’s daughter-in-law
by Pam Valois | Jul 29, 2021 | Architecture, Faces of the East Bay, History
Jacomena van Huizen Maybeck’s life began in 1901 on a Javanese sugar plantation and ended ninety-five years later in her house in the Berkeley hills. I met her in 1977, as my boyfriend and I followed the rumors of a unique cottage for rent. From the time of our first...
Ray Darten Brings Indie Designs to Bay Street
by Nana Twumasi | Jun 1, 2019 | Faces of the East Bay, Retail
Ray Darten means for its color clothing to be worn.
Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton Urges Parents to Discuss Race
by Lisa Fernandez | Apr 1, 2019 | Faces of the East Bay, Parenting
A Cal psychologist has a simple prescription for race relations.