Our Guide to Summer's Best in Sonoma, Marin and Napa:
Michelle Williams of the Arts Council of Napa Valley | Summer movies | Save Net radio! | 'Hair' and Marin's Mountain Play | Summer listings
Russian River Low Flow Woes
Lower water levels in the Russian mean that we all need to conserve this summer.
News briefs for Sonoma, Marin and Napa
Napa baby forgotten in car dies, Marin pastor seeks divine guidance for addiction, SSU votes "no confidence" for president Reuben Arminaña.
Ask Sydney: No question too big, too small or too off-the-wall
Wading into the murky waters of Internet dating, the politics of tipping and how long is forever when parenting?
Oy vey, what a summer. If it's not a sequel, it's a remake.
Mystery Science Theater 3000 mischief makers come to the Rafael to jeer at the screen.
Essay: Predicting Summer's Hits
Dan Deacon, Oliver Wang, Avril Lavigne and inalbanyonportland.
Preview: Fang and Capitalist Casualties
Santa Rosa's finest punk and hardcore bands rise again.
Interview: Kristy Krüger, Gold Star Sister
Her brother killed in Iraq, singer-songwriter Krüger is on a 50-state tour to honor his life and that of all citizens who perish in war.
Essay: Dow of Food
A short primer on what the heck all those chemicals are and why you shouldn't eat them.
Review: BarbersQ in Napa
Food that is simply too good to share.
Winery review: Kunde Estate Winery and Vineyard
Kunde now offers eco tours of the property with docents or Jeff Kunde himself.
Preview: Clotilde Dusoulier
'Chocolate & Zucchini' blogger--and now cookbook author--holds court at Bovolo.
Food News: Duskie Estes Wages Mac 'n' Cheese Battle
Zazu and Bovolo co-owner (with husband John Stewart) makes the cover of Wine Spectator and vies in the death-defying Food Network mac 'n' cheese-off.
Save Net Radio!
The terrible true story of how SoundExchange is lobbying to destroy Internet radio.
Profile: Michelle Williams of the Arts Council of Napa Valley
Williams is poised to turn the nearly defunct arts council into a power for the community.
Stage preview: 'Hair' and Marin's Mountain Play
No sodomy, no nudity, no swearing--Hair is now a family-friendly musical.
Review: Marin Theatre Company's 'The Subject is Love'
Three-person Alzheimer's drama is a disappointment.
Letters to the Editor
May 23-29, 2007.