Biteclub: Meaty meatless dishes
These restaurants serve vegetarian dishes that even carnivores love.
Minero struts his stuff for a green cause
Al Minero, the always fashionable GM of Sonoma Market, is trading in his usual dapper duds for clothes made of recycled materials at a weekend eco-friendly fashion show.
Tipping goes high-tech in Sonoma County
New software apps and devices are changing the way we tip service providers.
Complete guide to Sonoma County events, April 12-19
Eat some apples, visit the new Art Museum, celebrate butter and eggs, watch a trashy fashion show and dozens of other ways to fill your week.
‘Nunsense’ opens Sonoma theater season
Sonoma Arts Live, a consortium of North Bay theater companies, opens its season April 16.
New mural captures Sonoma's rural narrative
Broadway Market’s owners join late fire chief, bears, Dalmation, chickens and the Valley's famous full moon in mural painted by Sebastopol artist David Gordon.
Where to find wildflower walks around the county
Spring wildflowers are blooming early, so guided hikes begin next week in Sonoma County.
Mark Your Calendars: This week in Sonoma County
Celebrate Passover, watch the Fiddle Festival or the Blessing of the Fleet, take a wildflower walk, dance to boogie-woogie queen Wendy DeWitt.
Ways to spend Easter Sunday outside
Beyond egg hunts and treat-filled baskets, here are some ways you can slow down and get close to nature.
New Modini center opens in Healdsburg
Center Street office will be the local conduit to Mayacamas Mountain nature preserves.
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.
Plan your week in Sonoma County
Join The Fool in Occidental’s Silly Day Parade or listen to ukuleles, learn to cook, entertain the kids, celebrate nature, see a play or grab a hot dog at the airport.
The natural world: Turkey vultures
Brown scavengers can be seen throughout Sonoma County, wherever roadkill and other carrion are plentiful.
Scholarships available to local wine employees’ kids
Vintners and Growers will award $100,000 merit-based awards this year to college-bound seniors.
Sonoma native returns to Bay Area, KQED
Award-winning NPR journalist Devin Katayama has a knack for radio news.
Sugarloaf Ridge’s resident stone carver
Jim Foley discovered a passion for sculpture, donating his creations to raise money for the state park.
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.
This week in Sonoma County: March 22-28
Upcoming events include Circus Waldissima, the Great Russian River Race, film festivals and more.
Sonoma teen debuts 2nd novel
Micaela Luque, an SSU freshman, moves from coming-of-age to more mature themes in ‘Burning, Bleeding.’