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'It takes you to a center place, both literally and metaphorically,' said designer Lea Goode-Harris,
Jean Borwn of Santa Rosa has made this holiday dessert for 68 years, using a college friend’s recipe.
Childhood fascination with sleight-of-hand becomes a profession for Frank Balzerak of Windsor.
Since 2009, Albert Bruin has been a fixture on Santa Rosa's South A Street. Now his time is up.
Owned by a veteran fishmonger, the new Santa Rosa Seafood Raw Bar and Grill takes delicious advantage of the fresh North Coast catch of the day.
Rosaura Lugo will serve as the face of nonprofit that supports Latino college students.
In its third year, Toy and Comic Con expected to draw thousands on Sept. 26.
Celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day Sept. 13 at events in Windsor, Santa Rosa and Sonoma.
Catherine Liang shares her love for ballroom dancing.
Cloverdale car show; Windsor seeks public art; Bosworths celebrated as Pioneers; Rotary Club reports scholarships, Wonder League and preschool playground work.
Pepperwood’s summer TeenNat program paired interns with cameras and set them loose.
As a kid, Krysta Cook was afraid of clowns. Then she found a sweet, silly alternative.
Hatched ‘Blue Bellies’ are nature’s French fries, a favorite snack for birds and predators.
Kids learn love, humor and responsibility at Dr. Pam’s Animal Vet Camp.
Female fans flock to Comics FTW for Girls With Issues book club.
Ted Elliott opens up about his journey to recovery following a stroke two years ago.
Lots of little news nibbles this week to share this week.
Reigning Miss Sonoma County Athena Brattin-Cain is leaving her ambassadorship for boot camp with the U.S. Marines.
Leif Baxter encourages other budding scientists to attend Congress in Boston.
From zucchini car racing to music, lazy bears, kids’ events and the county fair, there’s plenty to do this week in Sonoma County.