- Ten days of fun in Sonoma County
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- Hilty, symphony kicking off 4th of July with a bang
- Petaluma marks July 4 with bell ringing ceremony
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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.
The four surviving members of the Dead, joined by a trio of well-versed companions, launched their 'Fare Thee Well' mini-tour this weekend.
Built in 1922, the historic Applewood Inn isn’t new, but their chef, Jamil Peden, is.
The sequel to the original stripper-with-a-heart movie fails to deliver.
So, what’s there to do beyond fireworks this week in Sonoma County? We’ve got the scoop! This weekend, check out the mini traveling version of the Sonoma County Fair, ghosts of the Sonoma Plaza, live music at Sugarloaf and more! It’s all in our Ten Days of Fun!
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NeNe Leakes is moving on from 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta.'
Santa Rosa museum displays never-seen work by famed photographers and longtime Sonoma County residents Hansel Mieth and Otto Hagel.