Spring Lit 2009
Trend: Twitter Novels | Profile: Noelle Oxenhandler | Review: Peter Laufer's 'Dangerous World of Butterflies' | Interview: Tom Killiion's 'Walking Tamalpais' | Local Lit: New books by Sonoma, Marin and Napa authors
Bohemian Club To Log
Despite protests by former members and activist groups, the Club moves forward with logging plan.
Employee Free Choice Act, Sonoma County budget cuts and the Great Shoe-In.
Capoeira, the dance of community.
Occidental's Salmon Creek Falls Envirnomental Center is the first LEED-certified K-8 campus in the country.
Interview: The Crux
New album, 'Now, Ferment,' compiles energy with all of the atmosphere of ancient, creaking buildings.
Orchard Street Spotlight to Close
Nettles, They're What's For Dinner
(And evidently, they're what's for after dinner as well. Sado-botany is what you've been missing.)
Food news: Medlock Ames takes over the old Alexander Valley Store and Bar
Greeny winery prepares a revamp. Anyone need a free house?
Winery profile: Kenwood's Enkidu Wines
Rhone-style wines loosely based on 'The Epic of Gilgamesh.'
Review: 'Sin Nombre'
Passionate film debut by emerging director Cary Fukunaga gives immigrants more than a name.
Stage preview: 'The Blue Room' at Sixth Street Playhouse
Two actors play 10 lovers in David Hare's erotic show.
Interview: Joel McHale of 'The Soup'
He's just so meaty!
Letters to the Editor
April 8 - 14, 2009