Music and Nightlife

One Direction bests Bieber at AMAs

One Direction might have debuted on the Billboard charts behind Justin Bieber, but they won the top award Sunday.


‘The Good Dinosaur’ trippy, but uneven

As if exhilarated by the open air, Pixar animators create such dazzling imagery of flowing water and mountainous landscapes that 'The Good Dinosaur' might be most attractive to mushroom-eating hikers.


Things to do this weekend in Sonoma County

This weekend is the official start of the holiday season. Get into a festive spirit by attending one of the many tree lightings around Sonoma County, or watch Santa come to town on a tractor, a riverboat or just hanging around one of the many holiday events. Non-holiday events include The David Luning Band at the Mystic Theater and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at the Wells Fargo Center. All this and more is in our list of things to do!


Owner reveals big plans for Guerneville's Applewood Inn Restaurant

Owner Carlos Pippa said he will refurbish the restaurant and change it into a 'Mediterranean taverna.' Chef Jamil Peden said he will leave his post.

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The Dead Legacy

Grateful Dead legacy lives on along North Coast

The Grateful Dead’s footprint on Sonoma County and the North Bay will live long after the band says goodbye to Bay Area fans at a weekend concert in Santa Clara.

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At last! Amy, Sheldon taking big step on 'Big Bang Theory'

Amy and Sheldon are taking their relationship into a bold new frontier on 'The Big Bang Theory" next month.

Books and Arts

Fieri, Greenbaum lend star power to Valley fire benefit

Billed as a Thanksgiving for Middletown, a host of musical acts, performers and acts of kindness filled the Wells Fargo Center on Sunday.

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