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Thirty-two Sonoma Valley teens are ‘Work Ready’

Posted on April 16, 2019
Thirty-two Sonoma Valley teens are 'Work Ready'

The smiles were plentiful and with good reason as Becky Jo Peterson, Teen Services Sonoma Executive Director, welcomed teens, family... Continue

You are what you eat: health and wellness on the farm

Posted on April 16, 2019
You are what you eat: health and wellness on the farm

By Jonah Raskin Ever since 1940, when Victor Lindlahr published You Are What You Eat, a runaway bestseller, doctors, nurses, and health... Continue

Am I American or Hispanic?

Posted on April 16, 2019
Am I American or Hispanic?

By Patrick Garcia | For The Sun As a young man in my late teens, hope and desire motivated everything. The world was just opening its... Continue

Sonoma Easter Egg Hunt

Posted on April 16, 2019
Sonoma Easter Egg Hunt

The Easter Bunny, posting on HutchBook, said he can’t wait to get to Sonoma for the April 20 Easter Egg Hunt. “I love the Plaza... Continue

Making way in the Springs

Posted on April 15, 2019
Making way in the Springs

Only the Lanning Structures sign (and a whole lot of junk) remains at 18010 Highway 12 in the Springs. The long-vacant property was... Continue

Don’t Call Me Shirley: The ‘Airplane’ movie quiz

Posted on April 12, 2019
Don’t Call Me Shirley: The ‘Airplane’ movie quiz

A wild take off on disaster movies, the 1980 comedy Airplane is one of those movies that fans know every line. The film was a bit... Continue

Sonoma author (and mom) on the magic of watching classic movies with kids

Posted on April 12, 2019
Sonoma author (and mom) on the magic of watching classic movies with kids

Jennifer Churchill and Weston, her four-year-old inspiration By Jennifer Churchill | For The Sun I’ve been a fan of classic movies... Continue

Touring Cannabis Country

Posted on April 11, 2019
Touring Cannabis Country

By Jonah Raskin On a day trip into the Mayacamas, three perky women – Rachel, Lynn, and Christine – were very happy campers, indeed.... Continue

Earth’s big day

Posted on April 11, 2019
Earth's big day

Talk about a big party, the guest of honor is the Earth. Quarryhill Botanical Garden’s 12th annual Happy Earth Day celebration is... Continue

Home and heart; creeping socialism; and the power of pot

Posted on April 10, 2019
Home and heart; creeping socialism; and the power of pot

For Sonoma’s homeless, winter ended, suddenly yet as planned, on March 31. It wasn’t about the weather or the pretty flowers, but... Continue