Dianne Feinstein's breach of ethics
Senator Feinstein influenced defense projects worth billions to her husband's firms. Peter Byrne delivers an exclusive report.
News briefs for Sonoma, Marin and Napa
North Bay homeless count set for Jan. 31 and corporate spies invade North Light Books and Cafe.
Column. The Byrne Report: Isabel Allende
Contrasting Allende's 'Of Love and Shadows' with the reality of atrocity.
Ask Sydney: No question too big, too small or too off-the-wall
Spying on hubby, foxes in chips and guys who won't take We're Lesbians! for an answer.
Talking Pix: 'Dreamgirls' and flirting
World-class professional flirt LaSara FireFox deconstructs the mojo of 'Dreamgirls.'
Preview: Wayne Shorter at the Marin Center
Having disappeared for over a decade, Shorter is better than ever.
Interview: Brian Auger
Auger takes his daughter, his son and his Oblivion Express back on the road.
Review: The Shins 'Wincing the Night Away'
Indie-pop darlings join the bouncy with the baneful.
News: EAT Europe
Euro program aims to protect 2,000 years of culinary history.
Review: Ad Hoc in Yountville
An open letter to Mr. Keller.
Winery profile: Siduri Winery in Santa Rosa
Specializing in single-vineyard Pinots, Siduri doesn't look like much, but tastes like the world.
Essay: Writing a Novel in a Month
Thirty days is plenty of time. After all, it's just a sprawling erotic Victorian bodice-tearer featuring faeries, elves and Jack the Ripper.
Letters to the Editor
January 24-30, 2007.