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Hungary for adventure

Hungary for adventure

Ramsay Payton and Seth Yungert, students from the Santa Rosa Junior College Wine Studies Program, were sponsored by the Sonoma Tokaj... Continue

Local reps push for ban on GE fish

Calling current FDA actions inadequate, a bipartisan group including U.S. Reps Mike Thompson and Jared Huffman have introduced legislation... Continue

All dolled up

All dolled up

Sonoma Valley High School girls and boys take the stage January 30 for “Guys and Dolls,” the 1950 Tony-winning Broadway show that... Continue

Beat keeper

Beat keeper

Drummer Marko Djordjevic, an innovative, world-class talent according to “Modern Drummer,” is the anchor of Sveti, a New York... Continue

Alcaldessa reception for Marcie Waldron

 Alcaldessa reception for Marcie Waldron

The City of Sonoma will honor Marcie Waldron, its 2015 Alcaldessa, at a January 29 reception at Vintage House. The a ceremonial title... Continue

An immersive experience

An immersive experience

How does water shape us, and how do we shape water? For “Watermark,” multiple-award winning filmmakers Jennifer Baichwal and Nick... Continue

El Verano man killed in Highway 12 crash

El Verano resident John Daman Hatley, 55, was killed November 16 when his Porsche Boxster veered into oncoming traffic on Highway 12... Continue

Glowing reviews

Glowing reviews

Phosphorescent, also known as Matthew Houck and vice versa, kicks off the 2015 concert season at Gundlach Bundschu Winery on Saturday... Continue

‘Money, Banking, and Sustainability’

‘Money, Banking, and Sustainability’

Ellen Brown, co-founder of the Public Banking Institute and is the author of “Web of Debt,” presents “Money, Banking, and Sustainability”... Continue

El Verano School wins $10k ‘Healthy Eating’ grant

El Verano School wins $10k 'Healthy Eating' grant

El Verano Elementary School has been selected as one of five schools nationwide to win the NutriLiving®#BetheNextUNI contest, which... Continue