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‘I march for John’

'I march for John'

Speeding racecars were replaced by marching feet at Sonoma Raceway as more than 300 people turned out for the 4th annual John’s... Continue

Preservation League adds board members

The Sonoma League for Historic Preservation has added 12 new board members. The new members bring a variety of professional and business... Continue

Branching out

Branching out

A year ago, the 400-year-old “Jack’s Oak” was thought to be on its last limb, and a wake of sorts was held for the majestic tree... Continue

Super Bowl Sunday: Where to Watch

Super Bowl Sunday: Where to Watch

Super Bowl Sunday is February 1st. Who can’t wait to cheer on two teams that the majority of Sonomans could care less about?... Continue

‘Taking Dad to Italy’

'Taking Dad to Italy'

New on our Creative Arts page.  Read More →

What’s next for Maxwell Farms Park?

What’s next for Maxwell Farms Park?

A BMX bike track, Frisbee golf course, tennis court, lights for the playing fields, an off-leash dog park, and nothing at all. Those... Continue

Saddles Steakhouse welcomes new pastry chef, Ellen Silverstein

Saddles Steakhouse welcomes new pastry chef, Ellen Silverstein

(photo credit: Saddles Steakhouse) Sonoma’s favorite (and only) steakhouse, Saddles, welcomes Ellen Silverstein as their new... Continue

A deeper look at the Russian River

A deeper look at the Russian River

With the documentary “The Russian River: All Rivers — The Value of an American Watershed,” a trio of Sonoma County filmmakers... Continue

Update from the Springs

Update from the Springs

Gina Cuclis on the area’s hot topics. Art by Michael Acker  Read More →

Goals and good intentions

Goals and good intentions

At the end of 2013, Sonoma City Council took another stab at setting goals for itself. The 2014/2015 goals can be found on the City’s... Continue