Thirty Years of the Reduced Shakespeare Co.
The complete history of Sonoma's world-renown, culture-hopping stage veterans (abridged).
Ken Rose's 'What Now' on KOWS-FM
Rose's two-hour interviews with prominent thinkers are heard from Occidental to the world over.
News Blast: Strike!; PARK(ing) Day
Local activist group meets; parking spaces transformed into art.
Green Zone: No, We Can't
Obama refutes air quality science, keeps Bush standards intact.
Open Mic: Honest Work
Fair wages should extend to personal caregivers.
Interview: Lightnin' Malcolm at the Russian River Blues Festival
The not-to-be-missed opening act, steeped in Mississippi juke-joint tradition.
Preview: In Virtue at the Phoenix Theater
Power-metal band releases new album 'Embrace the Horror.'
Preview: Santa Rosa International Film Festival
Talking with founder Stephen Ashton about 25 years of film, and landing (back) in Santa Rosa.
Profile: 'Noches Mexicanas' at Rocker Oysterfeller's
Monday and Tuesday nights are given to this excellent 'pop-up' menu in Valley Ford with chef Juan Zuno.
Small Bites: Southern Pacific Smokehouse
Casually chic Novato barbeque house with 2,000-lb. wood-burning smoker, great ribs and live music.
Swirl: Portalupi Wine
Purple sofas, a Vespa scooter and milk-jug vino highlight this Healdsburg wine lounge.
Preview: 'Sonida Pirata' at Sonoma Valley Museum of Art
Mexican bootlegs, underground economies and cultural resistance take center stage.
Stage: 'She Loves Me' at Cinnabar Theater
This near-forgotten musical with a charming story gets a welcome revival.
Letters to the Editor
September 14 - 20, 2011