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A day in Sonoma 2014

A day in Sonoma 2014

Sonoma Valley in photographs The Sun ends its 2014 publication schedule with this special, all-photo issue. What does a typical day... Continue

Thank God for the grapes

Thank God for the grapes

Tim Tesconi | Special to The Sun Whenever I hear someone whine that there are too many vineyards in Sonoma County, I find myself snapping... Continue

Wine Country Trucks of Napa and Sonoma Counties

Wine Country Trucks of Napa and Sonoma Counties

Lisa A. Harris This gorgeous book by Lisa Harris is true to its back-cover promise. “Strap in! You are about to embark upon an epic... Continue

Forgiveness, Redemption and Rock & Roll

Forgiveness, Redemption and Rock & Roll

Following an acclaimed summer run in Fairfield, Missouri Street Theatre is contributing their version of The Who’s “Tommy” as... Continue

For Cynthia Tarr, Sonoma life is one sweet song

For Cynthia Tarr, Sonoma life is one sweet song

Ilene Briggin | For The Sun For Cynthia Tarr, life keeps getting better and better since moving to Sonoma seven years ago. So it wasn’t... Continue

Once slated for closure, Jack London Park going strong

Once slated for closure, Jack London Park going strong

Jonathan Farrell | Under The Sun The weather was summer-like during a recent visit with Tjiska Van Wyk, executive director of Jack... Continue

Candidate Questionnaire – part 2

Candidate Questionnaire - part 2

In the November 4 election, eight candidates are running for three seats on the Sonoma City Council. Here is part two. See how the... Continue

City Council Candidate Questionnaire

City Council Candidate Questionnaire

Eight candidates are running for three seats on the Sonoma City Council. Here, in part one of our candidate questionnaire, the candidates... Continue

Point Counter Point

Point Counter Point

Topic: City support for community swimming pool The nonprofit Sonoma Valley Health and Recreation Association has proposed a multi-use... Continue

Vintage Cool – the dawn of thrift store culture

Vintage Cool - the dawn of thrift store culture

 Thrift stores have always been a part of towns, big or small. But with the Millennial’s flight into adulthood — and outrageous... Continue