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Fiber Art Wonderland

By  •  3 weeks ago

SCA’s International Fiber Art Exhibition adds workshops, lectures, Korean Weekend this year

When you enter the Sebastopol Center for the Arts, inside the Sebastopol Veterans Building, you will find yourself …
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Solving Big Problems with Little Houses

By  •  3 weeks ago

Just over a year and a half ago, Jane Ingalls retired as an Earth Sciences Librarian at Stanford University. Now on a fixed income, Ingalls knew she wouldn’t be able …
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Caretaker’s Cottage in ‘Paradise’

By  •  3 weeks ago

Robin Berardini knows that time is precious—and as a realtor, she knows a thing or two about housing. So when her 82-year-old mother had to move out of the Southern …
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Born to Track

By  •  3 weeks ago

Occidental tracker takes students on a journey through the millennia

Tracking is an ancient art that can put us in touch with our most basic inner selves and our ancestors …
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Sonoma’s Abuzz!

By  •  3 weeks ago

Interest in beekeeping, home gardening and bee-friendly spaces surge as locals rally to protect declining species

The bees are vanishing in alarming numbers— and no one knows why. Last year …
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Trattore Farms

By  •  3 weeks ago

A Twist in the Dry Creek Valley Mix

Looking to experience some “coltura promiscua” in Dry Creek Valley? Then, swipe right on Trattore Farms. Although coltura promiscua may sound risqué, …
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Everybody Loves Chevoo

By  •  3 weeks ago

Marinated goat-cheese company captures the hearts of everyday folks and foodies

The early research and development for Susan and Gerard Tuck’s goat cheese company Chevoo took place in the kitchen …
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Good Dog!

By  •  3 weeks ago

A Diner with a View

P icture these scenarios: You’ve got a car full of hungry kids and a dog that just spent the day rolling in wet sand at …
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epicurean connection

Specialties of Salmon Creek Ranch

By  •  3 weeks ago

I was out visiting a chef in Bodega Bay several months ago, and she had a selection of meats she was cooking up that were totally delicious and tasted so fresh, …
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Growing Older? Stay Connected

By  •  3 weeks ago

Exercise, healthy diet, plenty of rest —that’s not all your body needs

Have you had your dose of connection lately? Studies suggest your immune system is a bit of a …
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Chat with Catherine Devriese

By  •  3 weeks ago

Visual Arts Director, Sebastopol Center for the Arts

From July 28 through September 3, the Sebastopol Center for the Arts, in collaboration with the Surface Design Association, presents Fiber Art …
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Volunteer Firefighters Need a Hand

By  •  3 weeks ago

On a quiet street nestled among redwoods along the Russian River, a fire phone would ring in a house. Rosie Bohny, wife of assistant fire chief Alfred Bohny, Jr. of …
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discovery picks

The New Normal: Wine & Cannabis Country

By  •  3 weeks ago

Winemakers in Conversation Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley presents a new, 3-part series delving into the signature varietal wines of Dry Creek Valley. Each classroom-style tasting seminar features a panel …
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Pouring His Art Out

By  •  5 months ago

Patrick Miller’s life revolved around animation until it became set in stone

Inside Bohemian Stoneworks’ 8,000-square-foot warehouse located on Depot Street in Sebastopol, concrete is mixed and poured into custom-made …
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Wildflower Heaven

By  •  5 months ago

Discover the Indian Warriors, Shooting Stars and other native species in our midst

In the hallway, at my Great Aunt’s house, there was a beautiful picture of an Indian woman …
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Flower Farms

By  •  5 months ago

The growing, sustainable blooms business brings fresh flowers to locals who love them

I’ve been blessed with many bouquets, but it’s the ones spontaneously presented to me when …
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The Independent Spirits of Artisan Alley

By  •  5 months ago

Afew blocks off the Windsor Town green, in a quiet warehouse zone on Bell Road, there’s something special going on—The Artisan Alley Beverage District.

Like the house of artistic hepcats …
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The Mysterious World of Mushrooms

By  •  5 months ago

How to find wild fungi forays and tempting gourmet delicacies

At the entrance of Sonoma County’s oak-speckled Ragle Ranch Park on a crisp December morning, Darvin DeShazer confesses, “It’s like …
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Ramen Gaijin

By  •  5 months ago

A Modern Twist on Traditional Japanese Comfort Food

If you associate ramen with those cellophane-wrapped packets of dried noodles that are a staple of dorm-room sustenance, your perceptions will be …
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epicurean connection

Willie Bird Turkeys & Moonside Cheese

By  •  5 months ago

Each month, if not more frequently, my husband and I head out for a culinary adventure throughout Sonoma County. This month, we split our trip between historical culinary treasure Willie …
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