BUTLER, ISABEL DYE— A key figure in the history of Unitarianism in Palo Alto, and a Mexican-American (but not an immigrant), she was born July 9, 1840 (other sources say June, 1840), in an old adobe h
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How do we get rid of the rancor and hatred that was stirred up by the recent presidential election, and rebuild democracy? How about with music? Here are four examples, in chronological order: 1. Sing
Art and religion
Views from the window of the Coast Starlight southbound, Amtrak train no. 11, between Seattle and Tacoma.
Mabel Mead lived in Palo Alto for less than a year, but her life story is interesting enough to recount in some detail. A schoolteacher for many years, she was born Dec. 30, 1870, in Ledger, New York
Religion: people & places Unitarian Church of Palo Alto Unitarians in Palo Alto
Another social media maelstrom, this time over the wearing of safety pins: Straight white people are wearing safety pins as a symbol that they are allies to people of color, BGLQQT people, Hispanic pe