What Does Hospice Care Look Like for Elderly Inmates at San Quentin?
The personal insights of eight inmate volunteers get an illustrated treatment.
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In an illustrated piece for California Sunday called “Meanwhile in San Quentin,” Wendy MacNaughton shares the point of view of eight San Quentin inmates serving life sentences. The common thread? They completed an eight-month volunteer program aimed at supporting their fellow inmates with hospice care at end of life.
Read and witness this unique testimonial here.
A London exhibition celebrates the freedom of California design.
It’s a risky move that could bring handsome rewards.
Listening to jazz in his father’s design studio, former musician and painter Bradford Stewart knew at an early age he wanted to be a musician. Bored with practicing scales in music school, he dropped out and hit the road with an eight-piece funk/rock/jazz band. When the hectic life of a professional musician began to take its toll, he turned to painting.