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Dehradun, June 21: It is the fourth day of rescue operations in floodhit Uttarakhand where thousands still remain stranded and untraced after incessant rain caused serious flash floods and landslides. The death toll across the state has risen to 150 although the number is expected to increase sharply.

Son far 33,000 people have been rescued from the adversely affected areas but over 35,000 are yet to be evacuated. Helicopter sorties were taking the stranded to safer grounds throughout the day. Besides the army, the air force, natural disaster response force teams and other forces were working round the clock to evacuate the distressed.

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The Mount is mounting quite a rebirth of sorts.

The Sisters of St. Martha announced Friday a deal has been reached to sell Mount St. Marys and 18 acres of surrounding property.

The Charlottetown landmark, known affectionately for years simply as The Mount, opened in 1964 at a time of growth with large numbers entering the congregation and the sisters engaged in a variety of ministries.

In their peak years between 196467, there were 160 members.

The congregations dwindling numbers in recent years, however, led to the decision in 2010 to put the fourstorey building up for sale.

Congregation leader Sr. Rosemary MacDonald is pleased with the plans for the building purchased by the JTM Group.

Renovations will begin soon to turn the 90,000squarefoot residence that currently has 92 bedrooms and several dozen bathrooms, into a continuing care community that will house more than 100 residents.

The building, which will be known as The Mount, Continuing Care Community, will blend independent living, community care and nursing care under one large roof.

Of the 62 sisters still in the congregation, 44 are currently living in the building and that number is likely to remain doing so. The sisters, some having lived here for the past 30 or so years, are in for a somewhat different environment, notes MacDonald.

Were living in our home but it is going to be owned and operated by somebody else, she said.

Although we are selling our Motherhouse we are delighted we will remain in the renovated facility to be known as The Mount where we will have the privilege to live with others in nursing and community care areas while having the top floor for independent living for some of our sisters.

The Sisters of St. Martha still have approximately 27acres of prime property adjacent to the University of Prince Edward Island on the selling block.

The province, through an agreement with the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Martha, will receive an option to purchase the excess lands not

required for the project. This will ensure provincial access to a very strategic property adjacent to the University of Prince Edward Island.

MacDonald stresses that the Sisters of St. Martha will continue to do their good work that began in 1916 when the congregation laid the foundation for quality education, health care and social services in the province.

From our humble beginnings in domestic work at St. Dunstans University, known now as UPEI, our works quickly evolved to education at all levels, health care, and the administration and operation of several hospitals.

The Sisters established the first social welfare agency in the province and eventually two sisters became Prince Edward Islands first professionally trained social workers.

Over the years, added MacDonald, faithful to our founder Bishop Henry OLeary, the Sisters continued to respond to the signs of the times, beginning new and diverse ministries as needs presented such as but not limited to: counseling, prison ministry work, work with people who are hard of hear, and spirituality.

Paul Jenkins, president of the JTM Group, which also coowns the Clinton View Lodge, hopes to open The Mount to new residents in July or August.

I think this is a premier building that has a lot of history in Charlottetown, he said.

The province is providing funding towards 30 longterm care beds at the facility.

These new beds will meet the needs of seniors and their families, said Minister of Health and Wellness Doug Curie.

At the same time, they will ease the pressure on acute care beds and enable us to provide better access to better care for all Islanders.

The province issued a Request For Proposals for long term care beds in February. The three successful recipients including Mount St. marys are Andrews of Summerside which will receive funding for 10 beds and Atlantic Baptist Home in Charlottetown which will receive 15 beds.

Many thanks to those who paved the path for this building to be turned into a Continuing Care facility. Usually a facility such as this will free up some of the much needed hospital beds presently occupied by people whose health improved enough to be discharged but could not go home as they live alone. My mother, 90, blind and a resident of another province, was recouperating from serious bowel surgery. She was transferred to a CC facility where she daily received delicious meals, helping hands with her daily hygiene, rest, blood pressure monitored, exercises, etc. until her strength returned and she was able to return to her own home. These facilities are truly a blessing for seniors recovering from hip and other surgeries.

THINK THINK THINK . Pretty boy has his face where it shouldnt be again. Showing a GOOD news piece to try to offset the Mphasis fiasco is good politics but I do not thin Islanders will fall for it anymore. We are getting used to govs tactics and as such have a hard time believing anything this lying government says. Shouldnt gov be looking at thousands of beds and not just a hundred or less. Are we only going to need 100 beds for people? I guess thats why the province and not the developers have an option to buy the extra land or are they just going to hold the option at tax payer expense for their buddy developers?

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007 and his girls are back with a crisp new look

Think of a Bond movie and its not the plot you remember its the style. Connery with his narrow Sixties suits made by his Mayfair tailor, Roger Moore in that safari outfit and Pierce Brosnan in black tie by Brioni. Even the beauty of the Bond girls is secondary to their apparel: Ursula Andresss bikini in Dr No, Honor Blackmans tight waistcoat in Goldfinger and Halle Berry in what else? a bikini in Die Another Day. The villains are also remembered for their sinister outfits Auric Goldfingers plusfours, Oddjobs bowler hat and Blofelds highcollared, bigbuttoned suits.

So its no surprise that the new Bond vehicle, Quantum of Solace, is just as much about the cut of 007s cloth as the car chases pure Bond, explosions big, orange and fullon and cool gadgets best yet.

After completing 21 films in the franchise, it seems that the producers have decided to strike out in a more grownup direction. Daniel Craigs Bond will not say, The names Bond, James Bond, nor order a martini shaken not stirred. The smoothness of Sean Connery, the comedic turn of Roger Moore, and the ironic arched eyebrow of Pierce Brosnan have been decisively left behind. And so have the ridiculous outfits, thanks to Quantums costume designer, Louise Frogley, whose previous credits include Oceans Thirteen.

Daniels Bond is unlike all the others, says costume supervisor Lindsay Pugh. Before him, Bond was becoming a parody of himself. Daniel is not quite as tongueincheek hes more real and gritty. The script, too, is more realistic. So it followed that there wouldnt be any parodies in the costume.

Italian tailors Brioni, who dressed Bond from Goldeneye 1995 to Casino Royale, have been moved aside in favour of sharp suits by the American designer Tom Ford.

The Brioni suits were too relaxed, explains Pugh. The way that Daniel wears his clothes required something sharper. For us, it was the perfect partnership Tom Ford understood exactly what we needed, and worked hard to give us what we wanted, while staying within his own design.

Not that the look offers any nasty surprises. Bond aficionados will be pleased to hear that there are a lot of nods to Connerys Bond we styled Daniel in a slightly Sixties way for this film.

Ford, who dresses Brad Pitt, Ralph Fiennes, Will Smith and David Beckham, was thrilled to be part of the action.

I was very excited when I was approached by Barbara Broccoli the producer, he says. Bond is a British style icon and to dress him is a huge privilege. As Daniel had been one of our customers in real life from the beginning, it was not hard to imagine what would look good on him and what he would like. I wanted Bond to be like the Tom Ford customer chic, welldressed, polished, yet leading an exciting life.

It is a stylised look, echoes Pugh. We wanted to strengthen Bonds image and, with variations on the monochrome theme, gave him a sharper look its a sort of uniform.

Black, white and a splash of silverygrey extends to the whole cast, whether its Judi Denchs M in crisp white shirts over sharp black suits or the Bond girls themselves. For them we wanted toneddown starkness with unfussy lines and no frills, says Pugh.

We didnt want costume pieces. We just went to the shops. It turned out that Prada had most of the solutions.

Gemma Arterton, 22, the hot British starlet of the moment, has a strong Sixties look as Agent Fields, her belted Burberry trenchcoat and kneehigh boots a happy throwback to Diana Rigg in On Her Majestys Secret Service. But her real style moment is when she arrives at a party, reddish hair piled high in a chignon, in a silk and wool black Prada shiftdress with a silverygrey panel and bow detail. The dress, which cost in the region of 1,000, was part of the collection for last autumn/winter. Anna Wintour, editorinchief of American Vogue, had it in several versions. The striking prasiolite, or green amethyst, necklace worn by Arterton in the same scene is by Lesley Schifft of Londons The Talisman Gallery seek solace in your own for 595; call 020 7351 2400.

But its Ukrainian actress Olga Kurylenko as Camille who has the edge. She is perhaps the first creditcrunch Bond girl, driving a metallic gold Ford Ka and dressing in Jasper Conran, best known for producing collections in association with Debenhams. Not as cheap as chips, perhaps, but less than the cost of painting your body in liquid gold. Kurylenkos two main looks are as affordable as the jewellery: her tightfitting, orange Swimmer, or vest top, is 275, and the highwaisted bronze skirt 595. Her sleeveless Prada black dress in poplin, nipped in at the waist and ruched on one side, was a oneoff for the film but Prada does a variation every season; its always a sellout, despite its 800 price tag. Complete the look with heels from Gina.

The Quantum villain, ruthless businessman Dominic Greene, is played by Mathieu Almaric, who is dressed in laidback casual clothes, says style adviser Lindy Hemmings, because he was in a very hot place. But the French actors desert garb is accessorised with gothicstyle jewellery for men from Foti by Chrome Hearts The Wonder Room, Selfridges; 020 7318 3126, a design company founded by bikers in Los Angeles. The pieces include sinister silver skulls on top of a variety of figures from lizards and little girls to dogs and astronauts which can be hung from chains from 205. Apparently Almaric was so taken with the rock n roll look that Barbara Broccoli gave him a piece to keep.

Daniel Craigs James Bond, of course, would not be seen dead in it. For him, jewellery stops with the requisite hitech, alphamale watch. Some looks cannot be bettered.

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Researchers map emotional intelligence in the brain

CHAMPAIGN, lll. A new study of 152 Vietnam veterans with combatrelated brain injuries offers the first detailed map of the brain regions that contribute to emotional intelligence the ability to process emotional information and navigate the social world.

VIDEO: In a study of Vietnam veterans, the researchers found that many of the same brain regions are important to general and emotional intelligence. Video by Steven Drake

The study found significant overlap between general intelligence and emotional intelligence, both in terms of behavior and in the brain. Higher scores on general intelligence tests corresponded significantly with higher performance on measures of emotional intelligence, and many of the same brain regions were found to be important to both. Watch a video about the research.

The study appears in the journal Social Cognitive Affective Neuroscience.

was a remarkable group of patients to study, mainly because it allowed us to determine the degree to which damage to specific brain areas was related to impairment in specific aspects of general and emotional intelligence, said study leader Aron K. Barbey, a professor of neuroscience, of psychology and of speech and hearing science at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois.

A previous study led by Barbey mapped the neural basis of general intelligence by analyzing how specific brain injuries in a larger sample of Vietnam veterans impaired performance on tests of fundamental cognitive processes.

In both studies, researchers pooled data from CT scans of participants brains to produce a collective, threedimensional map of the cerebral cortex. They divided this composite brain into 3D units called voxels. They compared the cognitive abilities of patients with damage to a particular voxel or cluster of voxels with those of patients without injuries in those brain regions. This allowed the researchers to identify brain areas essential to specific cognitive abilities, and those that contribute significantly to general intelligence, emotional intelligence, or both.

They found that specific regions in the frontal cortex behind the forehead and parietal cortex top of the brain near the back of the skull were important to both general and emotional intelligence. The frontal cortex is known to be involved in regulating behavior. It also processes feelings of reward and plays a role in attention, planning and memory. The parietal cortex helps integrate sensory information, and contributes to bodily coordination and language processing.

general intelligence has been thought to be distinct from social and emotional intelligence, Barbey said. The most widely used measures of human intelligence focus on tasks such as verbal reasoning or the ability to remember and efficiently manipulate information, he said.

to a large extent, does depend on basic cognitive abilities, like attention and perception and memory and language, Barbey said. it also depends on interacting with other people. We fundamentally social beings and our understanding not only involves basic cognitive abilities but also involves productively applying those abilities to social situations so that we can navigate the social world and understand others.

The new findings will help scientists and clinicians understand and respond to brain injuries in their patients, Barbey said, but the results also are of broader interest because they illustrate the interdependence of general and emotional intelligence in the healthy mind.

Listen to a podcast of Barbey describing this work.

The study team also included Roberto Colom, of the Universidad Autnoma de Madrid, and Jordan Grafman, now at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago.

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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. energy security, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and serving as a driver for rural economic development, according to new research at the University of Illinois.

In the study, U. of I. law professor Jay P. Kesan and Timothy A. Slating, a regulatory associate with the University of Illinois Energy Biosciences Institute, argue that regulatory innovations are needed to keep pace with technological innovations in the biofuels industry.

Getting regulatory approval for new biofuels is currently a timeconsuming and costly process, said Kesan, who is also the program leader of the Biofuel Law and Regulation Program at the Energy Biosciences Institute. By removing some of the uncertainty and some of the expense without compromising on the regulatory concerns, you are also removing some of the disincentives to entering the biofuel market, where we need more competition.

In the paper, Kesan and Slating focus on biobutanol, an emerging biofuel with the potential to be a viable alternative to petroleumbased fuels.

The good news for drivers: Biobutanol has a higher energy content than ethanol, meaning a car fueled with biobutanol could drive roughly 30 percent farther than if fueled with the same amount of ethanol.

Other research has shown that biobutanol is compatible with existing vehicle engines, as well as with existing fuel distribution infrastructure.

Biobutanol is a really promising biofuel, and has the potential to further the policy decisions that have already been made by Congress, Kesan said. This is not a hypothetical situation. We have companies currently building the capacity to produce biobutanol.

Kesan and Slatings study not only describes and elaborates on the effects of the federal Renewable Fuel Standard, but also on the Clean Air Acts regulatory framework for the commercialization of new fuels and fuel additives.

Since biobutanol can help us meet the Renewable Fuel Standards mandates much more quickly and effectively, it makes good economic and policy sense to line up our regulatory processes to facilitate its commercialization, said Kesan, who also holds appointments in the College of Business, the Institute of Genomic Biology, the department of electrical and computer engineering and the department of agricultural and consumer economics at Illinois. can meet all the renewable fuel mandates required under the Renewable Fuel Standard.

Congress has all these mandates on the billions of gallons that need to be made available for sale, he said. For example, by 2022, we have a mandate for 21 billion gallons of advanced biofuel. By definition, advanced biofuel excludes corn ethanol, so we have to come up with other fuels to close the gap. Biobutanol might be the way to do that.

Kesan and Slating note that under existing regulations, biobutanol can lawfully be blended with gasoline in a concentration of roughly 11.5 to 12.5 percent by volume, depending on the density of the finished fuel. Environmental Protection Agency to allow higher blending limits than current regulations allow. While it might be legal to blend 16 to 17 percent biobutanol with ordinary gasoline based on preexisting waivers granted in the 1980s, there is a great deal of uncertainty as to whether the EPA would allow this.

One of the things were suggesting is to remove this uncertainty by updating the regulations to allow higher blending limits for biobutanol, Slating said. The interesting thing here is that the EPA could actually do this on their own. The regulation that effectively sets the default blending limit for biobutanol is simply an agency interpretation of an undefined phrase enacted by Congress. Specifically, the Clean Air Act says that no fuel manufacturer can commercialize a new fuel that is not substantially similar to the fuel that the EPA uses in its emissions certification process. As Congress opted to not specify what constitutes a substantially similar fuel, the task is left to the EPAs discretion.

The permissible blending limits for alcoholbased biofuels are closely tied to the oxygen content of the finished fuel, Kesan said. In the past, the EPA has agreed that fuels containing up to a certain oxygencontent have no negative effects on engine emissions. Well, if thats the case, then lets simplify the regulations and allow all fuels to contain this level of oxygen.

If the RFS is going to achieve its goal of incentivizing the deployment of secondgeneration biofuels, then manufacturers need to be assured that there will be no unnecessary delay in the fuel waiver process, Slating said.

Since the biomass feedstocks needed to produce liquid biofuels are cultivated in rural areas, an expansion in the use of biofuels will increase demand for these biomass feedstocks and act as a driver for rural economic development, Kesan said. The facilities needed to convert these biomass feedstocks into biofuels will also likely be sited in rural areas for logistical reasons, and this too will be a boon for rural economies.

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Having in the past described the pain of the breakup with Foster, with whom she has four children, as gutwrenching, she revealed how she continues to feel guilt eight years later.

Yes, lots of guilt. Catholic guilt I suppose. But I dont necessarily mean that in religious terms. Thats the way we were raised with Catholic guilt.

I suppose I regret, and I dont want to make a big thing out of this because my children are still here, I regret the fact that I dont think anybody walks up the aisle of a church to get married wanting anything other than it would last for a lifetime.

It doesnt always and it didnt for me. Thats regrettable, Mary told the RTE Guide.

Although the 56yearold likes Mass and visiting holy places, she described herself as an a la carte Catholic

She said: I wouldnt have time for the big hats and ceremonies and certainly wouldnt condone what has happened in recent times.

However she has strong views on the role of women in the Church.

There should definitely be women priests. I dont think that it will be in my lifetime but I think that the Church will be greatly enhanced by women having a much more central role, she said.

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Well, it really has been quite the ride. After more than two years of covering the automotive industry via this blog, Auto Motion is retiring to the digital garage.

It amazing to think that when I started this back in January of 2009, Chrysler and General Motors had yet to declare bankruptcy, Toyota was not dealing with millionsstrong recalls, and most people had never heard of a program that would tout for Clunkers. short time, though, I end up covering all these major news stories, along with a lot of fun stuff.

I never forget sitting shotgun as racing legend Steve Millen took me to warp speed in a Stillen GTR, or snapping photos so close to drifting champs that I still picking out pieces of rubber from my hair.

But it time for a new assignment here, and it one I particularly excited about: Editing for our newest iPad application. While I admittedly biased, I think it already looks fantastic.

And while I won be covering the daytoday automotive world for the Register, I will continue writing my weekly car reviews and profiling proud owners of Totally Hot Cars. Both features will be available online, in print, and in the iPad app.

Thanks to all who have read and supported this blog. It been a privilege to bring you news and features on a daily basis. And if you see me at a car show or spot me notsocandidly taking a photo of a car I reviewing at an Orange County mystery location, be sure to say hi.

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April 29th, 2011, 11:21 am by Matt Degen

It not often a representative from a car manufacturer challenges me to crash into something in a brand new car, but that was exactly the case with the new Volvo S60.

The point here was to show off the car Pedestrian Detection system, the first of its kind on a car. The vehicle uses a hightech camera system to sense if a pedestrian is in front of the car, and if you don hit the brakes, it will. Hit the photo above to see my review of this car and to watch video of us trying to kill an inflatable guy named Bob with it.

We file this one under the a difficult job, but someone has to do it category.

Yes, for one blissful weekend I got to pilot a Maserati. And not just any old Maserati: This was the GranTurismo Convertible, the first fourseat cabriolet from the famed Italian exotic automaker.

To my sadness the car did have to leave come Monday I hear you will be seeing it appear soon on some reality TV shows. But before the Maserati reps clawed the keys from me, I had plenty of time to reflect on this vehicle.

Hit the photo above to read what $140,000 buys, as well as see exclusive photos and a video that stars this car and its symphony of an exhaust note.

Two new recalls have been announced by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, one for a Hyundai compact car over an airbag issue, the other over tires on big Ford trucks. Between the two recalls, nearly half a million cars are affected.

The first affects 95,783 Hyundai Elantra compact cars from model years 2007 and 2008.

According to NHTSA, a federal safety agency, airbag control module may receive an unstable electrical signal from the seat track position sensor such that, in a crash that requires driver frontal airbag deployment, the driver airbag may deploy at the higher pressure than intended if the seat was position in one of the forward positions in which a lower pressure deployment is intended. this occurs, there is risk of injury due to the deployment force of the airbag.

To remedy the issue, dealers will for free reprogram the airbag control module. The official recall campaign is expected to begin in April. If you have questions or concerns before then, you can contact Hyundai at 8006335151.

The other recall affects 390,657 Ford F250 and 350 trucks from model years 2008 and 2009. The affected trucks are being recalled because of certain Continental tires.

According to NHTSA, tire is recalling certain ContiTrac TR tires, size lt275/70r18 125/122s outline white letters and black sidewall, and ContiTrac, size lt275/70r18 125/122s, black sidewall, produced from May 6, 2007, through Sept. 20, 2008, sold as aftermarket and installed as original equipment on some model year 2008 and 2009 ford F250 and F350 trucks. Some of these tires may experience uneven wear, vibration, or particularly under conditions of overloading or under inflation in high ambient temperature usage, separation between the belt edges. wear can lead to separation separation of the tires, and in turn lead to a crash. To remedy the issue, Continental tire will for replace the affected tires for free. The company will begin contacting owners this month. If you have questions or concerns before then, you can contact the company at 8887992168.

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Deputy Chief Robert Lenehan says the fake cop, along with video cameras and a new lock, has cut bike thefts by 67 percent.

Its also a money saver. Lenehan estimates it would cost $200,000 a year to have an officer watch over the cage fulltime.

The cutout is actually a picture of real MBTA Officer David Silen.

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Dont Miss:Bay Area phone booth photoDiners birthday requestsFake Twitter fools passengersCaptain CoolJetBlues new sleeper seatSeason of the WitchEnchantment, Terror, and Deliverance in the City of LoveBy Free Press; 452 pages; $28Perhaps its true of any generation, but those of us who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s tend to romanticize the past. We remember the good times the good sex, the good drugs and the good rock n roll. David Talbot, the San Francisco journalist and founder of Salon, has issued a gritty corrective to our rosy memories in Season of the Witch: Enchantment, Terror, and Deliverance in the City of Love.

Talbots enthralling, newsdriven history of those two tumultuous decades starkly reminds us of the nightmare of violence and divisiveness that followed the dreamy days of peace and love. The Summer of Love devolved into the Zodiac killer. The civil rights movement gave birth to the terrifying blackonwhite murder spree of the Zebra death cult. The antiwar movement spawned such deadly fantasies as the , the kidnappers of newspaper heiress , and the New World Liberation Front, which bombed the homes of San Francisco politicians whose only sin was the voting record of a moderate Democrat.

The decade of the 1970s reached its horrifying crescendo during 10 unforgettable days in November 1978. Thats when the citys scandalously compromised politicians and newspaper editors were shocked by a monster of their own creation: the Rev. , the paranoid pastor of Peoples Temple.

Talbot recounts the shameful story of how Jones was aided and abetted by Mayor , Supervisor , Assemblyman , Chronicle City Editor Steve Gavin and others in San Franciscos politicalmedia establishment. Not all were fooled. , a San Mateo Democrat, believed the horror stories of Peoples Temple defectors. Their investigations led to Jones moving more than 900 men, women and children to a remote region of South America, where they played out a macabre ritual of murder and suicide.

Ryan, along with a young and talented Examiner photographer named , were among those murdered in the Guyanese jungle. Then, a little over a week later, a conservative former cop, firefighter and politician, , stormed into City Hall and gunned down , leader of the citys rising gay rights movement.

By the end of the 1970s, the city had become so divided along the lines of political persuasion, ethnic heritage and sexual orientation that more than a few members of the openly cheered the MosconeMilk murders. Politicians like Moscone and Milk threatened the old political establishment in San Francisco. They embraced the city as a haven for dreamers and outcasts and wandering souls.

Both men gave their lives for this oasis of freedom, Talbot writes, the city where no stranger was kept outside its golden gate.

Season of the Witch is made up of three parts: Enchantment, Terror and Deliverance. Part One is the most fun, with its chapters on how Chronicle Executive Editor Scott Newhall turned a oncedrab newspaper into The Daily Circus of the 1950s and 1960s; on The Free City of the protohippie movement the Diggers; and Talbots account of early drag queens and the outrageous, LSDfueled genderbending chorus line that was the Cockettes.

Part Two, titled Terror, is the strongest section of the book, and the hardest to read. Talbot, the Los Angelesborn son of actor Lyle Talbot, drags us through the corruption, hatred, violence and despair of the 1970s.

Part Three is the only real disappointment in this otherwise smart and briskly paced tale. Talbot finds his Deliverance in the steady hand of Mayor and the rebirth of the San Francisco 49ers. Perhaps, but Im afraid it takes more than a moderate Democrat and a few Super Bowl titles to deliver us from the dark side of the 1970s. Much of that work was heroic, but one could just as easily write a less redemptive analysis of how anonymous sex and heroin addiction came back to haunt the drug culture and the sexual liberation movements of the 1960s and 1970s. I would have preferred a more thoughtful analysis of how the broader values of the counterculture of the 60s and 70 have inspired more ecological awareness, spiritual exploration, gender equality, healthy lifestyles and, despite what you read in the newspaper, rising religious tolerance.

As a young reporter who covered those times for the Examiner and The Chronicle, I found it hard to put down Season of the Witch but sometimes wished I could. Reading it, I realized how close Ive come to repressing some of the more painful memories of the 1970s. But as Jim Jones, quoting philosopher , reminds us in a sign hung over his Jonestown death throne, Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.