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Entertainment

Lots of parades to love this spring

From fools to farmers and flowers, Sonoma County is kicking off the season with a few hometown celebrations.

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10 delicious ideas for Easter eggs

After Easter, what do you do with all those colored hard-boiled eggs? We have a few ideas you're going to love.

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Smith: Temple burn helps healing in Northern Ireland (w/video)

Famed Petaluma Burning Man artist David Best engaged former foes in Londonderry late last month with one of his built-to-burn temples.

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America's Cup teams vote to downsize boats

The vote is a cost-cutting move that could lead to the two strongest challengers dropping out of the 2017 race.

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Petaluma slaughterhouse gets OK to go organic

The Marin Sun Farms facility on Petaluma Boulevard North, formerly the trouble-plagued Rancho Feeding Corp., processes beef, hogs, lambs and goats.

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Opinion

PD Editorial: Paying the price for discrimination

Indiana is making headlines with its Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which says that government must have a 'compelling interest' to infringe on an individual’s religious practice. Similar measures are under consideration in about 10 other states.

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Towns

Santa Rosa grad Cullen finding TV success on the web

The 2008 Santa Rosa High grad is using the theater skills he learned as a young actor in Sonoma County for his popular offbeat comedy series 'Raymond & Lane.'

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