San Anselmo, CAMarin Independent Journal

San Anselmo removes anti-Semitic message at park

San Anselmo removed a series of numbers from a park scoreboard on Monday after residents described it as anti-Semitic code. Isaac Taylor said he was leaving a frozen yogurt establishment around 7:30 p.m. Sunday when he walked past the Memorial Park scoreboard and saw the numbers “1488” placed prominently on it.
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Bay Area rents expected to rise as regional economy rebounds

Bay Area rents appear poised to slowly rise again as the region’s economy continues to recover from the worst of the pandemic’s downturn. Although the average monthly rent in the Bay Area is expected to drop by about 1.7 percent for 2021, that is a “significantly more moderate” rate than at the height of the COVID-19 health crisis, according to a report from Yardi Matrix, a national real estate market research company.

Letter to the Editor: Homeless TRO is short sighted

The homeless living in Lee Gerner Park in Novato has been a problem needing a solution for many months. The City of Novato in collaboration with Homeward Bound of Marin have proposed a comprehensive program that includes housing, health services, job training and the prospect of a job for most of these individuals. This program comes from two organizations that have partnered for many years to provide support services and housing opportunities for those in need.
San Francisco,

Eight-year-old twin sisters Kalina and Kalani cook their favorites!

Eight-year-old twin sisters Kalina and Kalani from San Francisco, Calif., have been cooking in the kitchen with their grandmother Barbara Harris since age 3. Due to the pandemic, they figured it was time to spread love and share their family’s soulful recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation with the world.
Menlo Park,

From Theory to Practice: A Dialogue about Critical Race Theory

Where are you in regards to understanding race, ethnicity and culture? Have you individually begun the journey to become an ally/good ancestor to address inequities?. Please join Drs. Moore and Porter in deepening our understanding of self and how we interact, engage and facilitate discussions and practices to address racism and systemic oppression as leaders of action in our communities.