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Giant Squid in Bodega Bay
Gorging on rockfish, a new annual influx of giant squid have spawned a new twist in recreational fishing.
The Shooting of Jeremiah Chass
Untangling the stories surrounding the Sonoma County Sheriff Department's shooting of 16-year-old boy. Peter Byrne investigates.
Is Google Your New Library?
Internet giants are gaining the rights to scanned books. What will become of the page?
News briefs for Sonoma, Marin and Napa
Immigration sweeps keep families home in Petaluma, outraged in San Rafael.
Column. The Byrne Report: Feinstein Resigns from MILCON
Perhaps it was media pressure, perhaps coincidence. Either way, should she abscond her responsibilities to the wounded?
Ask Sydney: No question too big, too small or too off-the-wall
Alcoholic mom, single mom, not staying long.
Review: 'Avenue Montaigne'
Poetry and prose mingle on the avenue.
MORE MOVIE REVIEWS SONOMA COUNTY / NAPA COUNTY / MARIN COUNTY MOVIE TIMES
Preview: Lila Downs in Yountville
Great Oaxacan-born singer supports her new disc 'La Cantina.'
Preview: The Zombies, Ian Hunter, the Charms
Zombies' Rod Argent assures that the band is alive and well.
Essay: Sharing Love, Sharing CDs
Sara Bir on the terrible dilemma of making two music collections one.
MORE NIGHTLIFE NIGHTLIFE LISTINGS NIGHTLIFE CALENDAR PICKS
New Irish Cuisine
Chef Kevin McKenzie on the modern Celtic craze for Slow Food.
Wine review: Eric Ross Winery and Heart of the Sonoma Valley
Wine tasting throughout Sonoma Valley is enlivened by a stop at Eric Ross.
Review: Cook in St. Helena
Verily, a fine meal. Extracting a pound of flesh in St. Helena.
News of the Food: the Western Regional Barista Competition
Baristas vie to brew the perfect cup.
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Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Former North Bay actor Shad Willingham makes his mark in Ashland.
'The Cherry Orchard,' 'Rabbit Hole,' 'On the Razzle' and 'As You Like It' at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Luminous 'Cherry Orchard' leads the pack as OSF launches a new 8-month-long season of classic and original plays.
Letters to the Editor
March 14-20, 2007.