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Entertainment

Santa Rosa Symphony soars through epic Mahler piece

The Santa Rosa Symphony closed its 87th season under Music Director Bruno Ferrandis with a confident reading of Mahler’s Symphony No. 3. Check out the review by Diane Peterson.

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Sebastopol garden blooms rare historic roses

Vintage Gardens in Sebastopol has gained a reputation as the go-to place for rare rose collectors across the country, thanks to passionate rose community.

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News

Finding the way home

Eight years ago, Chris Keys was hooked on meth and living on the streets. Now, the Santa Rosa man is clean and sober, and moving into a new home he purchased with his wife. See how he did it.

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Lowell Cohn: Grizzlies can’t challenge Warriors without Conley

Without its star point guard, Memphis has no answer for Stephen Curry.

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Small business success stories in Sonoma County

A trio of companies exemplify the dynamism of small businesses in Sonoma County: Dierk’s Parkside Cafe, Link Creative and Taylor Maid Farms. Take a closer look at what makes them tick.

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Opinion

Pandering to a dangerous myth

Two big food companies took the unusual step this past week of renouncing not their meals exactly, but some of their ingredients.

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Towns

Cotati family feels ‘pulse’ of the land

A family uses environmentally-friendly farming practices and lets almost nothing go to waste in an extreme effort of reducing their carbon footprint.

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