Section: Entertainment

Vox rocks

Vox rocks

Vox Populi, Sonoma’s rock and roll choir, backed by the Plan Be Band, presents an eclectic homage to the singer/songwriter, as well... Continue

Festival of Ukrainian culture

Festival of Ukrainian culture

The Sonoma Festival of Ukrainian Culture, a two-day celebration to benefit Kaniv, Sonoma’s Sister City in Ukraine, begins Friday,... Continue

‘Hall’ monitor

‘Hall’ monitor

Compared to earlier, zanier films, “Annie Hall,” from 1977, finds a slightly less farcical – give or take a few lobsters –... Continue

Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead

The annual Dia de Los Muertos altar, a 12-foot sculpture adorned with photos, trinkets and tributes, is on display through November... Continue

From Farm to Fable: A Harvest of Words

From Farm to Fable: A Harvest of Words

Josh Windmiller of the North Bay Hootenanny will host an evening of poetry, music and storytelling at The Epicurean Connection in Sonoma... Continue

Eleanor Coppola’s ‘creative rountable’

Eleanor Coppola's 'creative rountable'

A conversation with Eleanor Coppola and her retrospective exhibition collaborators: curator and SVMA executive director Kate Eilertsen,... Continue

Big name comedy

Big name comedy

Comic Dan St. Germain has had his own special on Comedy Central, done sets on Conan and Fallon, and made Top 10 lists in “People”... Continue

The ‘creative force’ of Eleanor Coppola

The ‘creative force’ of Eleanor Coppola

The exhibition “Eleanor Coppola: Quiet, Creative Force,” with examples of her earliest work in design in the 1960’s, early art... Continue

Pelicans and parrots

Pelicans and parrots

“Pelican Dreams,” a documentary inspired by the landing on the Golden Gate Bridge of confused young brown pelican, debuts... Continue

Making it ‘Count’

Making it ‘Count’

As Count Dracula, Lee Handeland slakes his thirst for human blood with an encounter with the entranced Lucy, played by Courtney Bristow,... Continue