The famously prudish Simon Leis, who was county sheriff in the 1960's when he busted my teenage brother for pot, is prosecutor now.
If he doesn't like your art gallery's exhibit, he'll bust you.
We lived -- my parents still live -- in North Avondale, a liberal paradise, as I've come to realize.
It was lower- to upper-middle-class and black and white, with subtle boundaries, to be sure -- but we all went together to elementary school and played in each other's backyards and basements.
Additionally, we are in the process of launching a searchable database of our holdings.