Picasso Ceramics in Sonoma
After an eight-year exhibition tour, the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art is the last stop before Picasso ceramics are all sold into private hands.
Making Medical Marijuana Legit
Sen. Carole Migden throws her weight behind two new bills to make dispensaries as legitimate as, say, cigarette discount stores.
Cinco de Mayo celebrations in the North Bay
The Green Zone
Third annual Sustainable Enterprise Conference underscores good stewardship for good profits.
Open Mic: Jeremiah Chass
Released 13 months after his homicide at the hands of Sonoma County sheriffs, Jeremiah Chass' autopsy report prompts new thoughts. A PDF of the report is attached.
Costco's Shadow Workforce
Rightly hailed as a progressive leader among big-box retailers, Costco employs a whole set of in-store employees who distinctly do not profit from the mega-company's generous ways.
Interview: Eugene Hütz of Gogol Bordello
Singer performs at the annual Roma Festival in Sebastopol.
Profile: Minus the Bear
Enough with the funny names already, this band is ready to be taken seriously.
Preview: Juke Joint at Hop Monk Tavern
Thursdays are the night to jump at the North Bay's newest music venue.
Trend: Imperial beers
What has an ABV of 27 and costs $140? Imperial beer, of course.
Restaurant review: Saddles in Sonoma
Winery review: Gary Farrell
A little free-association with Farrell's award-winning Pinots and Chards.
Food News for Sonoma, Marin and Napa
NYU critical topics series at COPIA focuses on James Beard.
Review: 'Young @ Heart'
Octogenarians who don't wanna be sedated.
Stage preview: 'MorningStar-The Play' at Spreckels
Some four decades after Lou Gottlieb unsuccessfully deeded his commune to God, Cotati playwright Nick Alva retells the tale of Utopia gone wrong.
Stage review: 'Love Person' at Marin Theatre Company
The very nature of communication is questioned in this exciting new work.
Letters to the Editor:
March April 30-May 6, 2008