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Tech ‘unicorn’ Pacaso is turning homes into LLCs and pissing off the neighbors

Posted on September 15, 2021
Tech ‘unicorn’ Pacaso is turning homes into LLCs and pissing off the neighbors

Pacaso says it’s a billion dollar ‘unicorn.’ Californians say the company is hawking illegal timeshares. “If... Continue

To the moon at Sugarloaf State Park

Posted on September 14, 2021
To the moon at Sugarloaf State Park

It’s a bit of a walk to get there, but the views from atop Bald Mountain, as the sun sets and the moon rises over the Sonoma... Continue

National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month at the Library

Posted on September 13, 2021
National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month at the Library

The Sonoma County Library recognizes National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, September 15 through October 15, with special events... Continue

Under the Sun: Daniela Innocenti Beem, actress

Posted on September 12, 2021
Under the Sun: Daniela Innocenti Beem, actress

Known for her work with Sonoma Arts Live, with bigger-than-life roles in Hello Dolly and Merman’s Apprentice, among others, Dani... Continue

Stop, smell, move along

Posted on September 11, 2021
Stop, smell, move along

The Valley’s most beautiful ‘no parking’ zone must be this tableau on Central Avenue in Boyes Hot Springs. The apartment owner... Continue

Hahn promoted to interim principal of Dunbar School

Posted on September 11, 2021
Hahn promoted to interim principal of Dunbar School

Katherine Hahn, long-time Dunbar Elementary School Teacher and Teacher on Special Assignment, has been appointed interim principal... Continue

Sonoma’s sanctuary for rescued animals

Posted on September 10, 2021
Sonoma's sanctuary for rescued animals

Farm animals find a forever home on the range at Charlie’s Acres — By Jackie Lee | Sonoma Valley Sun The daily news is... Continue

SV Rotary launches new grant cycle

Posted on September 10, 2021
SV Rotary launches new grant cycle

Therese Nugent, recently installed president of the Rotary Club of Sonoma Valley, announced the opening of the club’s Fall grant... Continue

Sonoma writer well served by M.F.K. Fisher writing contest

Posted on September 9, 2021
Sonoma writer well served by M.F.K. Fisher writing contest

Audubon Canyon Ranch, steward of iconic American writer M.F.K. Fisher’s “Last House” on the Bouverie Preserve, announced today... Continue

School is hard, lost cats, and a farmer’s lament

Posted on September 9, 2021
School is hard, lost cats, and a farmer's lament

Life — and homework — goes on at El Verano Elementary School, but without principal Maite Iturri, who resigned, suddenly... Continue


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