Fall of the Redwood Empire
It's 2011 and Sonoma County is still clear-cutting redwoods to make way for vineyards. The last in a series on the wine industry's impacts on the environment.
SRJC, Exchange Bank and the Doyle Scholarship
Despite Exchange Bank's 10 straight quarters of profit, the Doyle Scholarship remains suspended. What's the holdup?
Green Zone: Nature's Nurture
Lydia Kindheart and Petaluma's upcoming Sunflower Center.
Open Mic: Scenes From Haiti
Helping repair a devastated country.
Preview: CFO Recordings' Hip-Hop Holiday
Sonicbloom's Spencer Williams supports local beats, rhymes and life.
Preview: Kronos Quartet at the Glaser Center
The world's most adventurous string quartet plays Steve Reich's 'WTC 9/11" in Santa Rosa.
Preview: Holiday Cinema 2011
It's Oscar Season again, with a seasonal slate of hopeful winners.
Review: Ad Hoc in Yountville
Five years later, Thomas Keller's "casual experiment" is accessible perfection.
Small Bites: Tavola Italian Kitchen in Novato
Experienced chefs Rob Hurd and Ryan Favini open promising Italian spot in Marin.
Swirl: Two Amigos Wines in Sonoma
Squire Fridell may have played Ronald McDonald on TV in the 1980s, but he's not clowning around with Two Amigos.
Feature: Sonoma County Children's Museum
Collette Michaud has worked for six years to establish a permanent museum-and it's finally going to happen.
Stage: 'The Santaland Diaries' at Spreckels Center
David Yen reprises his role as the elf in stage adaptation of David Sedaris' hilarious classic.
Preview: Michael Lindsay-Hogg at Sebastopol Center for the Arts
Only after both parents died did the acclaimed director learn that his father was Orson Welles.
Letters to the Editor
November 30 - December 6, 2011