Tag Archives: Sacramento

Mondragon, Cleveland, Sacramento

I’m about to embark upon a month of travel in Spain and the Rust Belt. In Spain’s Basque Country, I’ll be spending ten days studying Mondragon, which is the world’s largest and most complex system of worker ownership. It has … Continue reading

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Take that, Portland!

Confession time: I’ve got a little beef with Portland. I lived in Olympia, Wash. for eight years, and during that time I lost track of how many friends moved south to the glorious progressive mecca also known as PDX. Of … Continue reading

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News flash

I’ve got a couple of events coming up, so I figure that if I’ll share them with some strange reporters I should also probably share them with my dear readers. So here’s a┬ápress release about that for anyone who is … Continue reading

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Will pirouette for food

Among the many stories in my home town (which happens to be the capitol of California, which happens to be teetering on the brink of insolvency and governmental chaos), one must include the plight of the Sacramento Ballet, which is … Continue reading

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