Arts

Found In Translation

The silver lining of sheltering in place is that we can still read books. With all scheduled book...

All’s Fair in Cocks and War

Much has been made of how men write women; much less has been made of how men might write men. Our writer tries her hand at how that might read.

‘Bohemian’ Reporters Win Top California Newspaper Awards

The California News Publishers Association...

Close-up on Israel

Back for its fifth year, the annual Sonoma County Israeli Film Festival runs March 3–31 at the Rialto Cinemas...

The Intern is Given a Task

How will the Trump administration recognize Women’s History Month this March? Satirist Sara Ost finds the answer deep within these “leaked emails.” — Editor

Witness to History

What she calls a need to bear witness is what drives fifth-generation North Bay–native Lynn Downey, whether in her...

New Views

There is much to see in Napa Valley this week, as two very different-looking art shows open to the...

Stories To Tell

Susan Swartz has always had a knack for finding and telling stories. In fact, the longtime reporter, columnist and...

Napa Projects Art

If one can say that "all the world's a stage" in a theatrical sense, then it should also be...

Two North Bay productions keep the merriment going

North Bay theaters ring out the old and welcome in the New Year with music and comedy. The World...

Fred Curchack returns to Main Stage West

Fred Curchack's 'Stuff As Dreams Are Made On' is conveyed with an array of masks and visual trickery.

Do It for Will

Actor-producer-comedian Debi Durst has learned a lot about strokes over the last several weeks, ever since her husband, stand-up...

Stage Tales

Dressing Room Reading Actors backstage at a local theater take time out to browse Tice Allison's 'Badass Acting.' The front...

Changing Focus

Napa's renowned di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art began as the private art collection of grape-grower Rene di Rosa...
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