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Summer Arts & Entertainment

Complete guide to North Coast summer events

Make your plans, June-Sept., for festivals, fairs, music, art, plays, family events and free shows.

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Entertainment

Music flows at first day of BottleRock

Bay Area bands kicked off the three-day event, with headliners Imagine Dragons taking the stage Friday night to wrap up Day 1.

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Santa Rosa Frisbee pro shares the fun

Santa Rosan Tom McRann holds the Guinness Record for ‘longest throw of any object in the history of man.’

Bite Club
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News

Junkyard or classic car collection? Judges weigh in

First appellete district judges weighed in on a long-running dispute between a Petaluma family and Sonoma County.

Video
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Giants beat Braves 4-2 to capture 1st place in NL West

Buster Posey hit a two-run homer in the first inning and drove in three in the game.

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Bill making well data public advances

The state Senate Appropriations Committee approved legislation Thursday that would make data on water wells available to the public like is done in all other Western states.

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Opinion

PD Editorial: El Niño may ease drought

Climate scientists say El Niño conditions — rising ocean water temperatures — in the equatorial Pacific already are affecting weather patterns in the United States. If these warm ocean conditions persist into the fall, they could bring relief from a punishing four-year drought.

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Towns

Sonoma writing event gives voice to young scribes

The annual Jim Thrower Rotary Writing Faire brings together middle school writers from public and private schools across Sonoma Valley.

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