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Sonoma’s Vintage House creates a community garden for seniors, a place...

Good Housekeeping reported as well as AARP among others that the health benefits of gardening is vital. This is something Vintage House of Sonoma is eager...

Sonoma League for Historic Preservation is pleased to ‘re-open’ after COVID...

The autumn-summer weather helped to make for an ideal outdoor meeting as the Somoma League for Historic Preservation met on October 13th for a reunion of...

One artist’s ‘cold wax’ paintings amid a hot autumn-summer is only...

When the CODEX Foundation teamed up with the Sebastopol Center for the Arts (known informally as SebArts) on an artistic project to shed light upon the...

Doing some ‘Autumn cleaning’ is an opportunity to prepare for Winter...

With Summer officially over autumn is upon us, and as winter approaches this might be an opportunity to prepare for the change of seasons. “Now...

Brace Ruben novel “Pitfall” raises the standard crime-story to a forensic-excellence...

Writing under the nom de plume of Brace Ruben, pathologist and post-mortem examiner Bruce Keopp has published his second novel, “Pitfall.” Released earlier this year,...

A community gathers for an ancient celebration: Passover

Making an ancient celebration more relevant to today, Rabbi Steve Finley of Sonoma's Shir Shalom asked those gathered for the traditional Seder, "What are...

Perhaps, Local Public Libraries Are Proof, Print is Not Dead

There is a sentiment lately, that 'Print is dead.' Yet if you go to a local library like the one in Sonoma, California, it...