Deanna Lynn Wulff is an environmental activist and grassroots advocate. She works in the central Sierra Nevada. In 2013, she founded Unite the Parks. An organization focusing on protecting federal land between Yosemite and Kings Canyon National Parks, the Sierra National Forest and a small portion of Bureau of Land Management land, the San Joaquin Gorge. Born in Cupertino, she attended Monta Vista High School, where she played soccer and field hockey. At California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, she earned a bachelor's degree in journalism and master's degree in literature. At the beginning of the national monument campaign, she went door-to-door, business-to-business to build local support in the gateway area, she formed an advisory board for her organization from local advocates. Today, more than 127 organizations support the effort. In 2017, she founded the non-profit Unite the Parks to support the Range of Light National Monument campaign; the San Jose Mercury News endorsed the idea in 2015.
J. J. Inc. is an album by jazz trombonist J. J. Johnson, released in 1961. Trombonist Steve Turre says of the album, "J. J. Inc. finds the master in a sextet setting, with an incredible line-up of young talent." He further states, "You can hear more blues in J. J.'s solos than in his younger bandmates, that depth of feeling is always apparent in whatever he plays, whenever he plays. J. J. said that this was one of the best groups he put together, he enjoyed playing with them much." Allmusic's Scott Yanow rated the album four and a half stars and described it as "a fine straight ahead set". The Penguin Guide to Jazz rated the album three and a half out of four stars, stating that "Aquarius is the best evidence yet of J. J.'s great skills as a composer-arranger." All compositions by Johnson except. "Mohawk" – 9:22 "Minor Mist" - 5:08 "In Walked Horace" - 5:11 "Fatback" - 6:35 "Aquarius" - 5:56 "Shutterbug" - 7:25 "Blue and Boogie" - 5:51 "Turnpike" - 13:06 "Fatback" - 11:42 J. J. Johnson - trombone Freddie Hubbard - trumpet Clifford Jordan - tenor saxophone Cedar Walton - piano Arthur Harper - double bass Albert Heath - drums J. J. Johnson discography