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Meat and Potatoes Make a Comeback
Sustainably-raised, grass-fed and humanely slaughtered beef joins the new food revolution.
The Debate Over Eating Cloned Meat
With USDA approval, cloned meats may soon be commonplace in the food supply.
The Crossings, a new affordable housing project in Santa Rosa, opens
The Green Zone
Canadian company Manitoba Harvest underscores the ridiculous situation in the U.S. regarding hemp.
Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey responds to the State of the Union address.
Interview: Deerhoof drummer Greg Saunier
"I never had any expectation that anyone would ever listen to us or that anyone would ever come to our concerts."
Update: Mill Valley's Sweetwater Saloon to Reopen
Also, a look at its sister club, the Sweetwater Station in Larkspur.
Restaurant Review: Stout Brothers Pub in Santa Rosa
With a few kinks to iron out, this friendly pub promises to be an easy neighborhood hang-out.
Winery Review: Little Family Vineyards in Glen Ellen
Bruce Cohn isn't the only vintner who likes to rock. Rich Little released a CD with his wine.
Food News: Pine Cone Restaurant in Sebastopol to Change Hands
Longtime regulars mourn the loss of their old-timey diner as change remains the only constant.
Academy Award Nominated Short Films
International live action and animated films screen before the Feb. 24 ceremony.
Art Profile: Santa Rosa Sculptor Oback Emad
Emad is the latest artist to be chosen to demarcate Santa Rosa's burgeoning arts district.
Stage Review: 'Nunsense A-Men'
What a drag it is when men dressed up as nuns gets old.
Letters to the Editor:
February 20-26, 2008