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People on the move at Council on Aging, Terra Firma Global Partners and more ...
Miller, who earned his law degree with honors at Empire College School of Law, was in private practice specializing in general civil law with an emphasis in estate planning.
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
Optimism among gallery owners
Everyone expects new growth in the spring and summer, but it's not only nature that's blooming.
'Small Town Comedy Festival' in Healdsburg
A funny thing happened on the way to Healdsburg. And if local sons Sal Costanzo and Cory Loykasek have it their way, the laughs will keep on coming.
Ten days of fun
Friday, July 11 Anuhea: Petaluma's Mystic Theatre hosts a night of Hawaiian reggae, with Mango Kingz and Rebel Souljahz opening at 8:30 p.m. July 11. $34-$36.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
San Francisco Magazine
The Seven Most Refreshing Pool Menus in the Bay Area
Forget having the soggy fries or drab burger while you hang by the pool. These Bay Area hotels are upping the ante with seasonal poolside menus for San Francisco's high expectations.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
LOL, Healdsburg! 'Small Town Comedy Festival' Is Friday At 5 Locales
The 2nd Annual Small Town Comedy Festival , a one-night event in Healdsburg, is Friday, July 11 -- with 22 comics arriving from Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City playing at five local tasting-room venues on the square.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Healdsburg approves scaled back housing project
A once controversial housing project was approved by the Healdsburg City Council Monday night after the developer went back to the drawing board and reduced the number of homes.
What To Drink Now: Jordan Winery
John Jordan , CEO over his family winery, wants visitors to the Jordan Winery in Sonoma County to have sensory experiences.
The Press Democrat
Top Ten Ice Cream Spots 2014
Prepare your pucker and put your licker on alert, because it's ice cream season in Wine Country.
A La Carte: Zin and grilling at Seghesio Vineyards
Seghesio Family Vineyards will turn up the heat during the 11th annual Zin & BBQ Festival from 1 to 5 p.m. July 26 at the Healdsburg winery.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Surprise visitor delights 99-year-old Healdsburg man
A tiny fawn, hungry enough to try to suckle at the legs of every human it encountered, wandered into a Fitch Mountain-area home Sunday morning, presenting longtime resident Louis Colombano, 99, with an unexpected but irresistible guest.
Healdsburg Arts Festival Extends Deadline for Artist Submissions
CALL FOR ARTISTS! 2014 Healdsburg Arts Festival September 20 and 21 On Plaza Street.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Inside Bay Area
4.6 magnitude quake rattles nerves in Southern California
The U.S. Geological Survey says the temblor hit about 10 a.m. Saturday, centered about 7 miles northwest of the lake resort.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Parades, parties kick off July 4 celebrations
Amid a sea of U.S. flags and revelers in red, white and blue that filled Healdsburg Plaza on Friday, Healdsburg City Council members put their heads together Friday to tackle a new Fourth of July challenge.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Rural landowners take on trespassers
The Healdsburg grape grower has installed more than a dozen camouflaged surveillance cameras to catch hikers, mountain bikers and partiers who come unwanted onto her Russian River land.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Wine Country's Top Dog Friendly Wineries
What's a sip of Syrah without Spot by your side? Tasting Cabernet Franc is more fun with Fido, and Merlot is merrier with your mutt to keep you company.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
New Americans celebrate citizenship
When people gathered recently at the Paramount Theater in Oakland for the citizenship ceremony, you could hear the commingling of languages, the spoken word in all of its incarnations from Mandarin to Wolof, a dialect from Senegal, and everything in between.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Petalumans seek military banner display
A citizen effort to encourage Sonoma County's cities to install banners that recognize hometown military service members may have hit a snag in Petaluma over free speech.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Santa Rosa chamber effort boosts teens' math skills
Carranza had graduated. Not from high school, not even from middle or elementary school, but from a summer math program that backers say will give participants a boost heading into high school academics.
Lennon's art shines on in Healdsburg
Paul Mahder Gallery 226 Healdsburg Ave. Friday June 27: 12-8 p.m. Saturday June 28: 11-7 p.m. Sunday June 29: 11-6 p.m. The widow of Beatles legend John Lennon and a pop culture icon and avant-garde artist in her own right has been taking an exhibition of her husband's art work around the globe for two decades, charging little or no admission and ... (more)