Ophelia Chong posts an item at her KCET blog on moving in with some women in the Valley, "so that I can better report back to my friends who refuse to go north of the 134 and west of the 405."
I have embedded myself here in the Valley to learn what they think of our county. It took me a couple of hours on Craigslist to find a room to rent, so I hopped over with my small roll away of KMS shampoo and conditioner and spin shoes. It took longer than I had expected because of a police car chase on the 101, but I did get to the apartment only five minutes late....
It was Thursday night and we were all sitting in the living room watching The Office on the flat screen. My new roommates are Erin (she's the perky one), Cheryl (she's the blogger), Rachelle (she's the Vegan) and Pinky (she's the one that refuses to acknowledge my existence).
OK, you get the idea. Meanwhile, an official of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation emailed to let me know that, contrary to this post, the foundation has not given any money to The Entryway project. The JS&JLKF support was to Spot.Us, the organization that is helping the project get funding.