Music, Arts & Culture

Artist Jim Isermann Designs Russian River Reopening Installation

Brightly-colored signs and banners encourage locals to stay safe and healthy.

DIY Culture Gets Virtual Boost at Santa Rosa Zine Fest

Free online event presents program of art, talks, demos and more.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts Opens Its Doors for Distanced Learning

Elementary schoolchildren can safely use the facility in a six-week program.

Scary Movies Invade North Bay Cinemas & Drive-Ins for Halloween

Classic and campy horror films screen this week and next.

Fright Nights: North Bay Theaters Get Spooky

Online theatrical productions and fundraisers feature Halloween-themed entertainment.

Pete Kronowitt Gets Political

San Francisco–based musician Pete Kronowitt combines playful folk melodies with serious political messages in his new album, Do Something...

Sonoma County Virtual Jewish Film Festival Opens Online and On Demand

Six feature-length films and a short-film program are available to watch through Nov. 16.

Mill Valley Director’s ‘The Book Makers’

There are many books about filmmakers, but not a lot of films about bookmakers—specifically art bookmakers. Filmmaker James Kennard’s...

Covid-19 vs. Live Music

Never, in my wildest dreams, did I think there would come a time when a dedicated professional musician would...

Napa Valley Museum Virtually Opens Timely ‘Tested by Fire’ Exhibit

The online show is the museum's first of a new series of community-focused virtual events.

Cinnabar Streams Ann Landers Show

As the North Bay continues to practice pandemic-inspired social distancing, local theater companies—including Petaluma’s Cinnabar Theater—invent new ways to...

Blues Masters Pair Up on New Record

Elvin Bishop and Charlie Musselwhite make their album debut as a duo.