Section: News

Plan ‘the conversation’ about advance health care

Don’t put off making your health care wishes known, warns Gary Johanson, M.D., medical director of Palliative Care Services and Memorial... Continue

Six takes on ‘Realism’

Six takes on ‘Realism’

With all of the technology and digital media available to artists today, what does it mean to be a realist painter in 2014? The boundaries... Continue

‘Day of the Dead’ at Sonoma Barracks

'Day of the Dead' at Sonoma Barracks

California State Parks, in cooperation with Sonoma/Petaluma State Historic Parks Association, proudly announces, Dia De Los Muertos,... Continue

Stompers catcher named MVP

Stompers catcher named MVP

Sonoma High grad and Valley native Jayce Ray was named the Pacific Association’s Most Valuable Player on Wednesday after his remarkable... Continue

What hump?

What hump?

Gene Wilder, as the progressively more obsessed Dr. Frankenstein pursuing the mad dream of human re-animation, is at is manic best... Continue

Free session covers Medicare options

Vintage House hosts a presentation by the Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program, with news and updates about Medicare... Continue

Model behavior

Model behavior

Sonoma kids, tweens and teens strut their stuff at the annual Fashion in the Vineyards, an annual fundraiser for the Boys & Girls... Continue

Join the ‘Club’

Join the 'Club'

Martha Rosenblatt, an after-school reading mentor in El Verano School’s new “Reading Club,” works with first grader... Continue

Forum on nonprofit management of area parks

A public update from the nonprofit operators of Jack London State Historic Park, Sugarloaf State Park and Austin Creek State Recreation... Continue

Myths, fact about the minimum wage

Myths, fact about the minimum wage

Ben Boyce on the ‘Fight for $15′  Read More →