Wild Pigs in Sonoma, Marin and Napa
Admirers compare them to grizzlies; detractors, to pests. Either way, Alastair Bland just wants to shoot one.
Norovirus in the North Bay
With San Quentin locked down and new cases reported weekly, norovirus outbreaks get serious.
News briefs for Sonoma, Marin and Napa
Marin Agricultural Land Trust helps to purchase the historic Cerini Ranch; plus, more kinks in Medicare coverage for 2007.
Opinion: 2007, a Very Good Year for Terror
If you liked the War on Terror® '06, you're gonna love what '07 has in store.
Ask Sydney: No question too big, too small or too off-the-wall
Rotten fate, other people's problems and taking a stand on the corner.
Review: 'Pan's Labyrinth'
Guillermo del Toro's newest masterpiece makes it official: Mexican cinema has come of age.
The New Trust
Santa Rosa foursome prepare to release their new disc, 'Dark is the Path Which Lies Before Us.'
Medievalist quartet join up with Darol Anger and Scott Nygaard to explore Americana.
Review: Marin Brewing Company
Revered brewpub serves up stellar pints and hearty mainstays.
The Sonoma Valley Olive Festival takes it shaken and stirred.
Interview: Kathy Griffin
Dishing the dirt with the D-list queen.
Preview: Marguerite Wildenhain exhibits
Master potter gets her due some 22 years after her death with two exhibits at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts and the Sonoma County Museum.
Letters to the Editor
January 10-16, 2007.