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Elizabeth Crane, plus stove, utensils, and orange peels, equals culinary magic. You can find her recipes for apricot jam, roasted strawberry frozen yogurt, and orangecello slush here. Photo by Pamela Gerard
Farmers' Market Queen Shares the Joys of Jamming
Big Plans for Little Park
Loving Leo and The Light
Free Books: Oh Say, Can You See
More Groups to Join
On 24th Street
Letters to the Editor
The Cost of Living in Noe: May Brings Multiple Offers
And Now for the Rumors Behind the News: Future Not Pluperfect
Crossword: Clean Ending (Solve online!)
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Good Dog, Now Pose. The dog-training summer camp for kids started by Noe Valleyan Paula Benton is in full swing and on leash at Noe Courts. Called Training Wheels SF, the program matches kids with dogs for the classes if they don’t have one of their own. Taking a break while our photographer looks for the right whistle is a quartet of 11-year-old girls and their canine companions. From left are Amaya Guzman with Stormy the Rottweiler; Isabella Spagat with Rascal, a Maltipoo; Julia Moore with Drake, a Bichon-Havanese; and Olivia Mitchel with Honey, a Goldendoodle. Photo by Pamela Gerard
We're All Done
Reinforcing official vacation policy, the Human Resources Department of the Noe Valley Voice has issued the following directive: For the month of July, all editors, reporters, and photographers are to put away their communication devices and find a way to play like humans until the first meeting in August to plan the September issue.
Deadlines for those already out in the world are Aug. 15 for all things editorial and Class Ads, and Aug. 20 for display advertising.
Don't eat the sunscreen.