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Kindred Spirits: A filmmaker, a guitarist, their friendship and her run for governor

Sometimes, artistic testimony gives greater pause for reflection than in-your-face dramatics. Case in point:...

Bay Area Leaders, Activists React to Verdict in Chauvin Trial

Tuesday's guilty verdict to all three counts against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd drew swift reactions.

Open Mic: Rep. Thompson Needs to Support a Federal Jobs Guarantee

"Not only would a federal jobs guarantee help establish economic stability and end involuntary unemployment, it would also be used to combat the unfolding climate emergency."

Alexander Valley Film Festival Virtually Screens New Documentary ‘Vinyl Nation’

What was once called a revival is now hailed as a renaissance. The vinyl...

State Oversight Agency Places PG&E Under ‘Enhanced Oversight’

PG&E has not made adequate progress in utilizing risk management tools to determine where vegetation management efforts should be directed.

Santa Rosa Symphony Makes Television Debut This Weekend

Last year, the Santa Rosa Symphony–the resident orchestra of the Green Music Center–changed it’s production...

Spliff Film Fest: Movies by stoners, for stoners

Someone, somewhere, once said, “People who remember the ’60s weren’t really there.” Or something...

Napa Art Show Opens In-Person

After closing its 217-acre campus to the public last year due to the pandemic,...
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