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National recognition for Mentoring Alliance director

National recognition for Mentoring Alliance director

Kathy Witkowicki, founder and executive director of the Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance, has been named one of five women across... Continue

Police blotter: Girls gone drunk; the well-mannered DUI; office burglary

Police blotter: Girls gone drunk; the well-mannered DUI; office burglary

Without all the alcohol, it might simply have been two young, independent and sassy women enjoying a night on the town. Add booze,... Continue

SVDOG elects new officers

At its annual board of director’s meeting on July 16, Sonoma Valley Dog Owners & Guardians (SVDOG) welcomed new board member... Continue

Is ‘wine country living’ toxic?

Is ‘wine country living’ toxic?

(By Heather Morgan) It’s that time of year again. As we near grape harvest, the vineyards are being sprayed all over the Valley,... Continue

Now boarding

Now boarding

In the July 26 concert “Solo Flight: Happy Landings,” the female members of the rock and roll choir Vox Populi spread their wings... Continue

Dancing in the street

Dancing in the street

The Plaza party that shuts down Spain Street. The City Party on July 29, Sonoma’s annual bash and dance party, hosted by the Sonoma... Continue

Go sing it on the mountain

Go sing it on the mountain

Transcendence Theatre’s “Fantastical Family Night” on July 25 and 26 at Jack London Historic Sate Park will be a fun family evening... Continue

Where there’s a Will

Where there’s a Will

When the Bacchus Theatre Company promises Shakespeare on the green, it means it: the free, frisky production of “A Midsummer Night’s... Continue

40 years of Broadway Market

40 years of Broadway Market

Other than the quality meats, produce and customer service, why has Lorraine Wedekind, in white, shopped at Broadway Market since... Continue

Good deeds rewarded; financial dog paddle; and the fox’s final word

Good deeds rewarded; financial dog paddle; and the fox's final word

As generous as he is camera shy, Mike Thoreson dropped by the Hanna Boys Center campus Tuesday to see his donation — $70,000... Continue