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WINDSOR Student show on climate change Students in Windsor High School’s Nueva School for the Performing Arts will use live performances and multimedia production to explore the global, local and personal impacts of climate change during three performances of “The New Normal: Moving Bodies and Opening Minds” Thursday through Saturday in the high school theater.
Neighbors are promoting literacy by installing free libraries that reflect their personalities and reading habits.
A coffee table book about past years of Burning Man celebrates ephemeral art that sets the playa ablaze.
Tour the farm, dress up your dog, play a round of golf for a good cause, and 32 more things to do this week in Sonoma County.
Lots of little news nibbles this week to share this week.
From zucchini car racing to music, lazy bears, kids’ events and the county fair, there’s plenty to do this week in Sonoma County.
Art, plays, outdoor concerts, Monte Rio’s annual variety show and lots of things to do with the kids July 19-26.
Readers share more thoughts about what it’s like to live in Sonoma County.
Whole Foods honors MoonEssence Inc. with small producer grant.
Kim Kabot planted public and private vignettes along the front and sides of her Petaluma home.
Art, outdoor concerts, workshops, races and things to do with the kids July 12-19.
A list of Sonoma County's special qualities supplied by readers, oldtimers, newcomers, urbanites and rural residents.
Farmers Guild event is a way to show off skills near and dear to a farmer’s heart.
Get set for car shows, comedy, art, dancing, short plays and plenty of ways to entertain the kids.
Teachers, library assistant, kitchen manager and night custodian honored in May for their service.
IceHouse Gallery exhibits local artwork inspired by automobiles through July 4.
From showering once a week to dusting the car, Californians have ingenious ways to cope with the drought.
Priscilla Ng will use her five-year scholarship at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo.
The Petaluma teacher was chosen for his dedication and innovative use of technology.
Here's the cream of the academic crop from high schools across Sonoma County.