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Dan Taylor - Features Staff Reporter

Features writer at The Press Democrat

dan.taylor@pressdemocrat.com
(707) 521-5243

The Latest Stories By Dan Taylor

Pop vocal group En Vogue, county singer Clay Walker and rock bands 38 Special and Smash Mouth will perform at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, opening June 20.
The Transcendence Theater Company opens its seventh Broadway Under the Stars season at Jack London Park in Glen Ellen.
Florida Georgia Line, Toby Keith and Little Big Town headline the fifth annual Country Summer Music Festival kicking off today at the fairgrounds.
Hollywood director Scott Baker grew up in Sonoma County and returns to screen his first feature film, '5th Passenger.'
Charles Lloyd, Julian Lage, Bill Fressell, Ravi Coltrane and other jazz stars are scheduled to perform June 1-10 during the 20th anniversary Healdsburg Jazz Festival.
Summer Repertory Theatre at Santa Rosa Junior College is going dark for the first summer since the program started in 1972.
From Latin pop singer Emmanuel to comedian Jim Gaffigan, the summer lineup at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts looks very promising.
After almost two decades as leader of the artist training program, Mario Uribe can point with pride to more than 200 art pieces scattered around Santa Rosa, all created by young people.
Johnson’s Beach in Guerneville celebrates its 100th anniversary with a big-name beach party concert starring The Goo Goo Dolls and Shaggy, plus a second day of blues.
A Santa Rosa cartoonist was inspired by the movie, and now his 'Black Panther' cover has been chosen for Marvel’s comic release later this month.
The Healdsburg Jazz Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary with Charles Lloyd, George Cables, Julian Lage, Bill Frisell and more.
'We’re definitely coming back, but it’s going to take time,' said owner Ross Hardester after a Memorial Day fire heavily damaged the 75-year-old market.
Dozens of dancers adorned in feathers, ranging from toddlers to elders, performed traditional tribal dances at Santa Rosa Junior College's Native American Spring Celebration.
A Santa Rosa man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol after a two-car crash early Monday morning that left three people seriously injured.
Hot air balloons, seafood, wine festivals and more. Check out this summer's most promising festivals around the North Bay.
The recorded high of 89 in Santa Rosa was far below the day’s record of 100 degrees.
Big names scheduled for Friday evening include Muse and The Chainsmokers.
Fans on Saturday said they were looking forward to seeing Michael Franti, Billy Idol, Snoop Dogg and The Killers.
Green Music Center summer season features comedy, jazz, country music and more
Want to catch music on a mansion lawn? A number of concert series bring live shows to parks and plazas all over Sonoma County this summer — and most are free.
This summer's staged productions include Broadway Under the Stars, Shakespeare in the Cannery and more.
Here are the can't-miss concerts coming to Sonoma County this summer.
The free ninth annual event at Santa Rosa’s Montgomery Village offers music, art, kids’ activities and more.
Singer. songwriter and musician Ernest Greene Jr., better-known as Washed Out, brings his electronically and visually enhanced show to the Gundlach Bundschu Winery.
Santa Rosa’s Laugh Cellar comedy spotlights gay humor with a performance by Aidan Park.