Aug 9, 2022

Petaluma Arts Center Opens Agriculture-Focused Exhibition

No, I don’t mean the remnants of a mess-hall mess-around. This week, Petaluma Arts Center opens Agri-CULTURED, an exhibition exploring the intersections of food and farming in Sonoma County. The topic of food and the roots of food in the Sonoma County region are, to PAC executive director and exhibition...
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Jul 20, 2022

Kronos Quartet: The legendary San Francisco quartet comes to Rancho Nicasio

Kronos Quartet, a staple of the San Francisco music scene since 1978, is returning to Rancho Nicasio on Sunday,...
Jul 12, 2022

SRJC Digital Filmmaking Grad Wins $50,000 to Produce Feature Film

On June 10, filmmaker and Santa Rosa Junior College graduate Miles Levin pitched his film, Under the Lights, to...
Jul 7, 2022

Call for Art and Poetry

Petaluma Arts Center is calling for submissions of poetry and art for an upcoming exhibition called Agri-CULTURED: Reflections on...
Jul 6, 2022

Sonoma County Hosts First Ever all-Black Artists, Black-Curated Exhibition

By Jane Vick  The Museum of Sonoma County opened a new show June 25. Collective Arising: The Insistence of Black...
Strauss went to Hampshire College for writing, but during his studies came across a collection of field recordings of West African music that significantly inspired him. Photo by David Hall
Jun 29, 2022

Finding Melody – Strauss’ latest solo album 

By Jane Vick  Guitarist Walter Strauss has released his third solo album. For Melody, Wherever She May Find Me is the...
Jun 22, 2022

Going Solo

Joshua James Jackson releases first solo album By Jane Vick  Sonoma County, rife with talent, can lay claim to another artist...
Jun 22, 2022

Howland finds ‘Lost On Me’

Liam Howland Nelson releases first solo EP By Jane Vick Liam Howland Nelson… Time was on his side. With the Covid lockdowns...
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