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The band tops a long list of musicians all playing to benefit local schools.
A chef who's cooked for some of music's biggest names is creating all kinds of deliciousness at his Santa Rosa spot.
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Family and friends of a 96-year-old Occidental doctor and the caretaker who fatally beat him struggled with how two people known as gentle and kind could die so violently.
'The horse took an awkward step and came down wrong on his ankle' the trainer said. 'It had nothing to do with the racing surface.'
Designed to fly at high altitudes, it will use lasers to send Internet signals to stations on the ground.
As recently as June, the head of the Internal Revenue Service promised new rules to curb the exponential growth in dark money spent on political campaigns.
After working on big name films in post production, Joe Fineman now lives in Napa Valley hills.
Former Montgomery star Tiedeman is Vikings' new coach
Zac Tiedeman always longed to coach the varsity team at his alma mater.