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Brainwashed_In_Church May 29, 2014 at 06:08 pm
Computers and virtual machines can write poetry (and play chess) better than humans can anyway.Read More Poets are obsolete.
Jim B. May 29, 2014 at 06:10 pm
Andy, you are a troll and an ahole.
SA May 30, 2014 at 12:20 pm
Power to the People! @ Jim you should get a handle on your anger issues.
Jessica Schimm May 28, 2013 at 10:35 pm
Absolutely heartbreaking. I briefly sat with Dylan in the waiting room for a scholarship in downtownRead More San Francisco a few years ago, we talked to each other to calm our nerves before going into our interview. He wished me the best of luck. I am so completely and utterly saddened to hear this news. My deepest and dearest thoughts go out to his family and friends.
Eileen Sujata December 30, 2012 at 03:58 pm
December 30, 2012 There is a viewing at Ouimet Brothers Funeral Chapel (4125 Clayton Road, Concord,Read More CA (925) 682-4242) today for Mike between 5p and 8p. I will miss Mike so very much.
John Neary January 8, 2013 at 11:23 am
Mike was a member of our Monday night support group at the Cancer Support Community in Walnut Creek.Read More The group just heard about his passing last night and we were all very shocked by the news. Mike has been struggling with his health over the past few months and also with his living arrangements. I know that he was down about his situation but always showed up at our group meetings on Monday nights. Mike was a very caring man who did what he needed to continue to deal with what the disease had done to him and even though he struggled, he was always there for other folks in the group. We are saddened by his departure but are heartened by the fact that he was able to do some things that he wanted to before he left like visit his sister and go on a vacation which he needed badly. We will miss him on Monday nights at the CSC. God bless you Mike.
Ann Pearson January 8, 2013 at 03:00 pm
Thank you, John, for expressing our Cancer Support Community Monday night support group's sadness inRead More learning of Mike's death. He was a valued and caring member of our group. I will miss him. Ann Pearson
Pearl Russo December 7, 2012 at 12:33 am
Dave Brubeck is our history. As a young couple we loved his music and as he grew older so did weRead More still loving his compositions. We thought he would live forever and so he will as we play and listen to his recordings. He and Paul Desmond must be having a great reunion--we salute them both!
lloyd crenna December 9, 2012 at 03:37 pm
Dave Brubeck was not just a jazz giant but also a gentle man and family man, married 70 years to hisRead More college sweetheart. He was the pre-emminent member of the Honorary Board of the Concord Historical Society. Dave loved to talk about his growing up in Concord .While spending his early years in Concord, Dave split his time between taking music lessons from his mother, the town classical piano teacher, and working on his dad's cattle ranch which is now Oakhurst Country Club and the Pavilion.It is lucky for all of us that he decided to make music his life's work. The Society Resource Center has a collection of Brubeck family history and photos, and his archives are housed at the Brubeck Institute at UOP, Stockton. The Resource Center is open on Wednesdays from 1-4 at 1600 Sutter Strret, Ste E,Concord.
Linda Meneken December 12, 2012 at 12:55 pm
We as a city should honor this great musician with a memorial concert perhaps showcasing our city'sRead More middle/high school jazz bands participating?
Jim Simmons May 20, 2012 at 01:40 pm
Gayle Uilkema was personable, informed, accessible, merry, responsible, engaged, industrious,Read More stately, trustworthy, kind, bright, committed and fun. If civic and public leaders were to honor and adopt her as the exemplar for elected comportment, our world would be easier, safer, cleaner, finer and much more at peace. Godspeed and RIP, Gayle. Thank you! ---- Jim Simmons
Hairdiva14 April 15, 2012 at 03:34 am
Our prayers goes out to the Nuri family and friends... May God comfort them in the time of need.
Beker April 21, 2012 at 12:03 am
I Really wish Nuri's family should file aainst the 17 year old boy
Beker April 21, 2012 at 12:05 am
I heard they let the driver out of jail with no charge please get up ask for justice
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