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But your donations are needed to keep it shining throughout the world. Jan Sutter was so blinded by The Sun that he missed the magnificent mythical monster floating by him in the background. The Loch Ness monster was originally spotted around 565 C.E., and has been witnessed ever since by everyone from Aleister Crowley to Jimmy Page. Mr. Sutter would like to announce to friends of The Sun that he will match the first 25 readers who donate $100 to the paper. This means The Sun will receive $5,000 in donations. Local newspapers throughout the country face bankruptcy. Freedom of the press is the backbone of democracy. Thousands of papers across the nation continue to go out of business due to lack of resources. The Sun does not intend to be one of them.

"The Sun Shines Everywhere" attempts to show the Alameda Sun in every state of the Union and every country in the world. Submit a small descriptive paragraph along with your photo to the Alameda Sun, 3215-J Encinal Ave., Alameda, CA 94501. Submissions may also be e-mailed to editor@alamedasun.com. The Sun Shines Everywhere is published on a completely random basis.