.Journo God Descends Upon Book Passage

Corte Madera

Fishwrap

Book Passage hosts a conversation between Calvin Trillin and Michael Krasny, centered around Trillin’s latest work, The Lede: Dispatches From A Life In The Press. This rare event is scheduled for 1pm, Saturday, Feb. 24, at 51 Tamal Vista, Corte Madera. Admission is free, which we journos find astounding given that Trillin is one of journalism’s most distinguished figures. The Lede provides a captivating look at journalism and its architects, as seen through the lens of Trillin’s unmatched six-decade tenure as a bestselling author and a stalwart of The New Yorker. Dwight Garner of The New York Times remarks, “’The Lede’ contains profiles… that are acknowledged classics of the form and will be studied until A.I. makes hash out of all of us.” Trillin himself shares, “I’ve been writing about the press almost as long as I’ve been in the game. At some point, it occurred to me that disparate pieces from various places in various styles amounted to a picture from multiple angles of what the press has been like over the years since I became a practitioner and an observer.” For more details, visit bookpassage.com.

Mill Valley

Wine & Dine

Gravity Tavern in Mill Valley is set to host an exclusive Honig Wine Dinner from 5:30 to 9pm, on Thursday, Feb. 29. The event, priced at $140, includes a five-course meal crafted by chef Pedro Villalobos, paired with wines from the award-winning Honig Vineyard. Steve Honig, the vineyard’s representative, will be present. The dinner features dishes such as Ahi Tuna Poke Taco and Slow Braised Lamb Shoulder Ragu, each accompanied by select Honig wines. The price covers wines, tax and tip. Honig Vineyard, a family-owned operation since 1964, is known for its sustainable, solar-powered production focusing on cabernet sauvignon and sauvignon blanc. Gravity Tavern uses locally sourced ingredients to blend old-world comfort food with modern tastes. Located at 38 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley, the restaurant serves lunch, brunch and dinner, with to-go orders available online or via UberEats and DoorDash. For more information, call 415.888.2108 or visit gravitytavern.com.

Santa Rosa

Law Review

The Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach (IOLERO) in Sonoma County is hosting a strategic planning workshop through its Community Advisory Council. Scheduled from 10am to 2pm, Saturday, Feb. 24, the event aims to engage the public in setting the agency’s priorities for the upcoming year. The workshop will be held at the Sonoma County Regional Library, located at 9291 Old Redwood Highway, No. 100, Windsor. Supervisor David Rabbitt, Sonoma County Board of Supervisors chair, and Sheriff Eddie Engram are slated to speak to attendees. IOLERO aims to foster a stronger bond between the Sheriff’s Office and the community by enhancing transparency and outreach. The Community Advisory Council seeks to involve the community in understanding IOLERO and the Sheriff’s Office’s roles more clearly. Those unable to attend can contribute their ideas via email to [email protected].

Sebastopol

Slick


Gold Ridge Organic Farms invites lovers of olive oil to experience its 2023 olive harvest with its Olio Nuovo Olive Oil Tasting event. Scheduled from 11am to 3pm, Friday, Feb. 23, and Saturday, Feb. 24, the event offers the opportunity to explore the freshest olive oils directly from the source—specifically, 3387 Canfield Road in Sebastopol. Founded in 2001 by Brooke Hazen, Gold Ridge Organic Farms consists of 88 acres of organically farmed olives, heirloom apples and citrus. The farm produces four olive oil blends—Tuscan, Picholine, Arbequina, Minerva—and grows 21 olive cultivars. All organic olive oils are milled on-site within hours of harvest to ensure the highest medicinal quality, maximum freshness and unparalleled flavor.

Tickets range from $50 to $156, for a range of tasting experiences. Reservations are now open. For more information or to make a reservation, visit Gold Ridge Organic Farms’ website at goldridgeorganicfarms.com.

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