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Towns: Santa Rosa

Sugarloaf Ridge’s resident stone carver

Jim Foley discovered a passion for sculpture, donating his creations to raise money for the state park.

Workouts go high-tech with fitness trackers

The trending gadgets are proving a popular way to keep users on track with their health goals.

Puppy Princess Fiona winning hearts

A tiny American bulldog puppy destined for euthanasia has been melting hearts and winning adoring fans all over Sonoma County a since her birth last month.

Guide to Sonoma County egg hunts

Kids can meet the Easter Bunny, search for eggs, play a few games and have a bite to eat at these 13 weekend events.

Art Museum of Sonoma County set to open

Former Conklin Bros. store has been transformed into long-awaited exhibit space.

Sonoma County group keeps didgeridoos humming

With its earthy, mystical sound, the ancient didgeridoo has found a home on the North Coast.

This week in Sonoma County: March 22-28

Upcoming events include Circus Waldissima, the Great Russian River Race, film festivals and more.

British biplane is Cloverdale carpenter’s dream

Brian Dorsett’s next goal after 25-year building project — get his pilot’s license.

Get reaquainted with ‘80s CULT movies

10 Questions: Neil Pearlmutter explains the appeal of ‘Beetlejuice,’ ‘Labyrinth’ and other classics in Santa Rosa’s Roxy Theater series.

This week in Sonoma County: March 15-22

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, watch a movie, learn about lichens, laugh, celebrate spring and eat biscuits and gravy for a good cause.

Take a walk on the wildflower side

Spring wildflowers are blooming early, so guided hikes begin next week in Sonoma County.

Meet the ghosts of Sugarloaf Ridge

Group hike will highlight eight ghastly and gruesome stories of people who entered — but never left — the Kenwood park.

The Week in Sonoma County: March 8-15

SANTA ROSA, MARCH 8, 12-15 Play winds down: “Bonnie & Clyde: A Musical” runs its final week 8 p.m. Thursday and 2 p.m

Are free libraries public hazards?

Three cities have ruled them zoning violations and asked owners to close them.

Spring arrives with sunrise walk

Sebastopol walkers celebrate the season with pre-dawn outing.

Young Sebastopol violist hits the big time

Sophia Valenti, a 12-year-old Santa Rosa girl, has begun studying under the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

Century-old cabaret finds Sonoma County audience

Neo-burlesque carves out a niche for itself by infusing age-old techniques with modern edginess.

The Week in Sonoma County: March 1-8

Honor women, laugh it up, get help with your taxes and other ways to entertain yourself this week.

Santa Rosa ‘bubble lady’ fills the sky with joy

Suzie Lindsay estimates her longest bubble at 220 feet, blown during perfect conditions from a North Coast beach.

A sweet taste of home for local Latinos

Two sweet shops, or dulcerias, have opened in Santa Rosa, and serve as tasty reminders of home for Latinos.

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