Sun 18 Nov 2012
Most recent posts
- Point Reyes Open Studios showcased West Marin art
- Words matter…. as if you didn’t know
- Milk, cheese, and Donald Trump
- Majority of voters go for Clinton but… Trump wins election; Kremlin, ISIS, & KKK celebrate
- Undeterred by rain, small-town Halloween celebrations held throughout Pt. Reyes Station
- Recalling the tribulations of a courageous contractor from Point Reyes Station
- ‘Plutocracy’ to occupy four theaters, starting with two in West Marin
- Pt. Reyes jeweler’s memoirs describe difficult marriages, Philip K. Dick’s science fiction, horse vaulting, and West Marin history
- Park Service ousts Donald ‘Trump’ Neubacher
- The transgender journey of an Inverness woman
The Light on the Coast
- here to read about it.
David V. Mitchell
Welcome to the blog of David Mitchell, editor & publisher emeritus of The Point Reyes Light. In 1979, The Light won the Pulitzer Prize for Meritorious Public Service for an exposé largely written by him of the increasingly violent Synanon cult. Mitchell retired in November 2005 after 35 years of newspapering, 27 of those at The Light.
During his newspaper career, he also worked for the old San Francisco Examiner, Sonora’s Daily Union Democrat in the Sierra Nevada, and Council Bluff’s daily newspaper, The Nonpareil. In addition, he edited the weekly Sebastopol (California) Times. Mitchell holds a master’s degree in Communications and a bachelor’s degree in English from Stanford University. He was born on Nov. 23, 1943, and lives in Point Reyes Station on the rural coast north of San Francisco.
Favorite Web Sites
Photographer Marty Knapp
A gallery of Marty Knapp's beautiful black and white photography from West Marin.
An artist and Inverness printmaker
Jacob Resneck's Dispatches from Elsewhere
Former Point Reyes Light reporter
Sips from the Firehose
Because surfing the Internet is like drinking from a firehose, David LaFontaine braves the torrent to tell you what trends and technologies to gulp down, swirl in your mouth, or spit out.
Created by former Point Reyes Light reporter Janine Warner, DigitalFamily.com features free tutorials, books, and training videos on how to create Web sites and blogs with Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Expression Web, and WordPress.