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Diane Peterson - Features Staff Reporter

Features writer at The Press Democrat

diane.peterson@pressdemocrat.com
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The Latest Stories By Diane Peterson

Savor the harvest season with cooking classes, tastings and special dinner offerings.
Taste of Sonoma returned to the Green Music Center for the second year, with organizers grateful for cooler weather and new features at the educational wine-and-food event.
Dinners, festivals and other events to help celebrate the harvest season.
Psychologists have found that getting involved helps people not only survive, but thrive, in stressful situations. In Sonoma County, many people have found ways to make a difference by helping others hurt by the October wildfires.
Willi’s Wine Bar was one of two Santa Rosa restaurants destroyed by the Tubbs fire last October. The wine bar has lived on.
Some dinners and festivals to help celebrate the harvest season.
The Santa Rosa Symphony is opening its season under new Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong with a newly commissioned piece, “Sonoma Strong,” written by Santa Rosa native Paul Dooley to commemorate the 2017 wildfires.
Juliana Alvalos, a five-year veteran of the Santa Rosa Symphony’s Simply Strings social music program, has learned to dream big through her violin.
In advance of the Sonoma County Harvest Fair, the fair has announced the winners of its annual food competition — and Oliver's Market soared.
It’s harvest season in Wine Country, and here are some of the hot happenings this month.
It’s harvest season in Wine Country, and here are some of the hot happenings this month.
A round-up of food and wine fun coming up in early October.
No time to head to Italy? There are plenty of ways to embrace the culture here in Wine Country.
A round-up of fun, local food and wine events, products and news.
Launched more than 10 years ago by LandPaths in partnership with the city, an urban farm in the heart of Roseland has grown into an oasis that provides open space and organic produce to local families.
A curated array of food and wine events coming up during the shoulder season.
A roundup of food and wine events and news for August.
Hummus is having a moment, inspiring chefs to give it all kinds of global twists.
Here’s how some of our readers who went through the trauma of the October wildfires have found healing through humor.
A la carte: Wine, kombucha, beer whet appetite for fun
Discounted single tickets to the 2018-2019 Santa Rosa Symphony classical music series, featuring new Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong, go on sale Monday.
Join friends, family and the community at large for harvest celebrations in Sonoma County. Get into the spirit by pressing Gravenstein apples, touring a private vineyard or catching some music in Forestville.
Peter Reinhart returns to Sonoma County to teach a class on pan pizza, a new trend sweeping the pizza world.
A grass fire on Saturday evening burned a 1/4 acre off Rincon Avenue.
Coffey Park neighbors who lost their homes gathered Sunday in Howarth Park for a Coffey Strong summer picnic.