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Something fishy in Glen Ellen

Something fishy in Glen Ellen

The restoration of Stuart Creek to its historic haven for spawning steelhead trout continues just west of Glen Ellen. The Sonoma Land... Continue

Calling all acts for ‘Holiday Follies’

Calling all acts for 'Holiday Follies'

Summer is still here but it’s not too early to get ready for the 4th annual Fabulous Holiday Follies. The Sonoma Community Center... Continue

Flash mob fashion

Fashion Night Out, on Friday, September 19, is a free festive progressive evening on and around Sonoma Plaza featuring 12 fashion retailers.... Continue

An ‘Encounter’ with playwright James Wood

An ‘Encounter’ with playwright James Wood

Online dating, computer game immersion, a Skype-only marriage… James Wood’s new play “A Modern Encounter” takes an espresso-strong... Continue

Bridge of light

Bridge of light

In March of 2013, a team led by artist Leo Villareal draped the Bay Bridge with 25,000 lights, creating the world’s largest LED... Continue

‘Plein’ talk

‘Plein’ talk

The Sonoma Plein Air Festival, the five-day art event featuring local landscapes, opens with a “Quick Draw’ on Sonoma Plaza during... Continue

Statistical ‘portrait’ of Sonoma County

Called a critical report on community well being, “The Portrait of Sonoma County” is the first in-depth look at the health, education,... Continue

Napa sets fundraising weekend

Napa sets fundraising weekend

From Thursday, September 25 through Sunday, September 28, the Napa Valley will celebrate its community spirit and continued generosity... Continue

The ‘General’ idea

The 'General' idea

General Tony Zinni (Ret.) provides a critique of American military policy, the basis of his new book “Before The First Shots Are... Continue

A doctorate in 49er

A doctorate in 49er

Vintage House adds to the excitement of football season by offering a five-week course on all things 49ers football. The classes will... Continue