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|2018-12-27Dec 27, 2018
The Women’s March is organizing its third national march, to be held January 19 in locations across the country. Here in Sonoma, the event is being organized by Angela Ryan, Angie Sanchez, and Amy Gallagher.
|2018-11-29Nov 29, 2018
Savory Sonoma by Stephanie Hiller-December 2018. This month the Housing and Community Development released its report on disaster recovery. $124 million will be coming our way for houses. Gavin Newsom, has promised to build 3.5 million homes statewide by 2025.
|2018-10-30Oct 30, 2018
There’s so much activity just in my own small sphere here in Sonoma, I’m exhausted just thinking about it; but the times are so intense, the cloud over the world hovers so darkly, what is happening today is some kind of bizarre nightmare.
|2018-08-30Aug 30, 2018
There were no old people in the Springs Community Hall the night Ken Brown, former longtime mayor, put on a Middle Eastern fusion event called “Jews, Blues and Sufis”, just a bunch of grey-heads and greybeards frolicking on the dance floor in joyful gyrations. It was a pleasure to see them, I was too weary to join but watching from the sidelines, people I’ve seen in various progressive political circles now cavorting as if they were kids.
|2018-08-07Aug 7, 2018
Review – ‘Broadway Under the Stars: Shall We Dance’ with Transcendence Theater Company in Glen Ellen
Scintillating rhythm spreads across vineyards and historic ruins in Jack London State Historic Park with Transcendence Theatre’s Broadway spectacular ‘Shall We Dance’ which lives up to its name with flashy choreography by Marc Kimelman.
|2018-08-01Aug 1, 2018
“The recovery is not a sprint, it’s a marathon,” said Teri Shore in her talk before the Alliance for a Just Recovery, a baker’s dozen of local groups brought together by Jobs for Justice, which held its first public meeting July 19. About 200 people attended, with several electeds represented including Mike Thompson’s office and Jared Huffman’s. Santa Rosa city councilmember, Julie Combs was present, as well as Una Glass from the Sebastopol City Council.
|2018-07-17Jul 17, 2018
Patsy Cline evokes tender nostalgia for melodious country music with its naïve, mournful refrains and quiet empathy. In her brief career, Cline pushed boundaries for female singers, recording classics like“Walkin’ After Midnight” and “I Fall to Pieces” for an enraptured audience. Her Southern charm has dwindled with time—younger generations have not heard her name—yet she lives on in this touching tribute to friendship.
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