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Everything that explains the world has in fact explained a world that does not exist, a world in which men are at the center of the human enterprise and women are at the margin "helping" them.
A coalition of Sonoma County government agencies and environmental groups is ramping up its fight to protect the Sonoma Developmental Center from development and to maintain residential care for an unspecified number of severely disabled clients.
Wednesday morning I heard birds chirping - a lot of birds. The radio was blaring in the living room, and my first thought was that KCHO was airing a segment on creatures of the Amazon.
"Stay & Play" in Bodega Bay to experience the 2nd Annual Hitchcock Film Fest and "Make it a Bird's Weekend."
Sonoma County job seekers can submit resumes and meet face to face with hospitality company officials at an employment fair Friday in Santa Rosa.
The Sonoma Stompers baseball club needs a few more players, and final approval on making Arnold Field its home, for its inaugural season to begin in June.
March 04--A $138 million initiative to extend high-speed Internet capacity to about 150,000 rural California households -- including 3,520 in Sonoma and Mendocino counties -- has collapsed, forcing advocates to start from scratch after nearly three years of planning.
Join Sonoma's Best Reggae/Ska/Rocksteady Band as they celebrate of their debut album!! Dan Martin and the Noma Rocksteady Band will perform the songs from the album in their unique reggae.
The critically acclaimed Cypress String Quartet returns to Sonoma on Sunday, March 9, with a program featuring one of the greatest compositions in all chamber music - Franz Schubert's String Quintet in C Major, D. 956.
It was only a matter of time before someone in the Bay Area turned a trolley car into a mobile food vendor, right? Say hello to Tips Tri-Tip , a Sonoma-based company ready to expand its current farmers' market stand into a 30-foot long food trolley car.
Every night, says author, scholar and self-described "dream teacher" Robert Moss, your dreams present keys to self-healing and self-understanding, and glimpses of challenges that lie ahead in waking life.
The lead architect on the project to transform 870 Broadway from a used car lot to a mix-use development credits an unexpected source of inspiration: the Sonoma public.
The confession of a man arrested for credit card fraud shows how easy and widespread the crime has become.
The Sonoma City Council turned down an appeal Monday that the door and accent colors of Grandma Linda's Ice Cream shop - a shade of dark pink, if not bubblegum - violates the historic character and dignity of its Plaza neighborhood.