Darlene Cohen's personal website for more dharma talks,
private pain consultation, details about her other sitting groups,
and her event schedule.
Beata Chapman, Zen priest who lives with chronic pain, offers information on practicing and living with pain, meditation groups for people with pain, and private pain consultations in the tradition of Darlene Cohen.
San Francisco Zen Center's webpage with information about talks at City Center, Green Gulch Farm and Tassajara Mountain Center.  You can also sign up for SanghaE, an online newsletter for which Darlene writes an advice column called "Dear Abhidharma."
Deborah Karish's Healdsburg website listing various yoga and movement classes, as well as the time and location of Tony Patchell and Darlene Cohen's Tuesday eve sitting group there and yoga/Zen workshops.
Sacramento's Zen sitting group which meets on Monday eves and features a monthly talk by Reverend Myo Lahey of the Hartford Street Zen Center, as well as other visiting teachers.
A large Vipassana center in Redwood City, led by Gil Fronsdal, a Zen priest and Vipassana teacher.  Their website features audio dharma talks by Tony, Darlene and other speakers.
A large meditation center in Marin County, CA, featuring talks, classes and workshops by some of the country's most well-known teachers, like Jack Kornfield and Jon Kabat-Zinn.  Darlene speaks there a couple times a year.
"David Chadwick's archival site on the life & world of Shunryo Suzuki Roshi
& those who knew him. It is a delightful potpourri, a labor of love that
includes American Zen history, current events, updates on old zennies, &
recent information about the activities of small local zendos & Buddhist
groups. Check it out!"