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June 26, 2022

This Week in H’burg: Opening day, school daze.

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This Week in H’burg is a weekly column featuring photos and fun facts from local photographer Pierre Ratté. Each week we’ll feature a new photo from Ratté along with a fact about the subject matter of the photo.

Untargeted emotions

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It has been almost 30 years since Rodney King made his iconic plea of “Can’t we all just get along?” following days of violent rioting across Los Angeles that left 63 people dead. The riots were ignited by the dismissal of charges against four L.A. cops who were videotaped bashing King’s head and body with 63 blows from their billy clubs.

Market Report: Welcome back

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The April 17 opening of our Healdsburg Farmers’ Market this year feels like a reason to break out the champagne for me, for a few reasons.

Commentary: DIY pesticides … Are they safe?

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I was on a call with a friend the other day. She just happened to mention how she has been spraying newly developing weeds growing in the cracks of her walkway with the widely popular vinegar, dish detergent and salt recipe. It’s wonderful that she was getting a jump start on the young weeds, since the best time to manage them is when they are newly sprouted. However, unfortunately this internet recipe that has been trending does more harm than good.

Flashbacks

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100 years ago – April 14,1921

This Week in H’burg: Field of Dreams

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This Week in H’burg is a weekly column featuring photos and fun facts from local photographer Pierre Ratté. Each week we’ll feature a new photo from Ratté along with a fact about the subject matter of the photo.

Cityscape: From the City Manager

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Hello, Healdsburg! It’s been a long, cold, lonely pandemic winter, but spring is here and with it, lower COVID-19 case rates and more eligibility and access to the COVID-19 vaccines.

Cancel culture vs. counter culture

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Why do we keep hearing so much about ‘cancel culture’? First of all it’s not a real thing. You can’t cancel culture, especially someone else’s. But, just using the words can cause harm and hurt. It can be a form of bullying, angry mob mentality and destructive lack of tolerance.

Flashbacks

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100 years ago - April 7, 1921

Ripe Rewards: It’s asparagus season

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March two years ago, during beautiful bloom, an incredible Healdsburg Jazz concert was held at the home of patron Judy Voigt. In the Dry Creek Valley, her home nestles into the hills naturally and organically, with curated sculptures thoughtfully placed throughout the grounds. Artwork and beauty abound.
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