SONOMA, NOV. 23 Church bake sale: Purchase holiday desserts including cakes, cookies, breads, jams and jellies at the Thanksgiving bake sale 9 a.m
Tomales kids celebrate their 100-year-old lady friend
Retired ballerina returns the favor with ukulele songs and encouragement
Eat free on Thanksgiving in Sonoma County
Four towns offer free holiday meals Nov. 26 and 27. Here’s how to find them.
El Molino celebrates rising enrollment, expansion
After years of enrollment losses, Forestville school celebrates increase in students, expansion of programs, upcoming renovations.
The Week in Sonoma County: Nov. 16-23
Art, dance, music, theater, literature, food and a hike to Jack London’s graveside memorial.
The Week in Sonoma County: Nov. 9-16
Eleanor Coppola’s art, Veterans’ Day, holiday kick-offs and lots of entertainment
Geyserville hosts Women Chefs and Winemakers Dinner
At Catelli’s, 112 guests helped raise money for Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County
Cotati festival helps keep Yiddish culture alive (w/video)
YiddishFest designed to ‘capture the richness’
Incumbents well ahead in Sebastopol council race
Voters in the city of Sebastopol appeared poised to return three City Council members to office on Tuesday.
Bodega Bay crabbers back on boats after fatal accident (w/video)
Bodega Bay crabbing enthusiasts were somber but resolute Sunday, a day after a boating accident left four people dead and the community heartbroken.
The Week in Sonoma County: Nov. 2-Nov. 9
Senior games, 30 years of peace, holiday crafts and other ways to entertain yourself.
A princely appointment for Jenner graphic artist
Tom Yeates work includes illustrating ‘Prince Valiant,’ Louis L’Amour.
LeBaron: Looking back 50 years after battle of Bodega Head
Exploring the story of Bodega Head, and PG&E’s hopes to build a nuclear plant there 50 years ago.
The Week in Sonoma County: Oct. 26-Nov. 2
Coming up: Book signings, plays, craft shows, music, science, burlesque, dancing and a tribute to the Battle for Bodega Bay.
Wine Country chefs shake up the earthquake kit (w/video)
Three Sonoma County chefs created imaginative foods out of unperishables found in the average earthquake kit.