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Entertainment

Things to do in Sonoma County this weekend

From a free planetarium show to a Wine Country Weekend of events, we've got your social calendar already planned out.

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Best Happy Hours in Sonoma County

It's 5 o'clock somewhere. Here's where you can get the best deals on drinks and apps.

Latino Heritage

Latino leaders making a difference

Meet some of the innovators leading the way in the local Latino community.

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News

Low gas prices make Labor Day road trip enticing

The statewide average price for a gallon of regular gas on Thursday was $3.31, more than 40 cents lower than a month ago.

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Lowell Cohn: Probable end to Deflategate proves NFL needs a new commissioner

What Roger Goodell lacks in intelligence he makes up for in phony moralism.

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Hotel coming to Graton casino

The Graton Resort & Casino unveiled plans for a 200-room, six-story hotel, an expansion that will take it to the next level — from casino entertainment to travel destination.

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Opinion

PD Editorial: Steps away from free public debate

For reasons the defy explanation, the 20,000-square-foot marble plaza in front of the Supreme Court has, in recent years, been off limits to such free speech — a situation that may now become permanent.

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Towns

Geyserville hazelnut trees yield tasty truffles

Truffle harvest may begin this year at Angerer Family Farm.

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