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December 5, 2022

Run the Turkey Trot on Turkey Day

The morning before that big Thanksgiving dinner, the annual Healdsburg Turkey Trot 5K race will give residents and visitors a chance to burn a...

Jittery Jazz Style Returns to Healdsburg

Gypsy jazz is a category all its own, and one that has become familiar to Healdsburg audiences over the recent years. There are several...

Day of Dead Brings out Community

Much-loved cars whose trunks were open to imaginative ofrenda, altars in tribute to the departed, lined Matheson Street. Children dressed as monarch butterflies flitted...

Dia de Muertos With a Local Accent

Healdsburg’s annual Dia de Muertos festival returns to the Plaza on Sunday, Oct. 30, complete with marigold-adorned altars, a classic car show and live...

Healthcare Foundation Honors Hernandez, Espinoza

Herman J. Hernandez, the founder and former director of Los Cien, and activist, poet and attorney Bernice Espinoza are the latest recipients of Wetzel...

‘Muerto Frida’ takes shape on Healdsburg Ave.

Murals have become a popular means of public artistic expression, from big city to small town.  Locally, the five-panel historical mural at Healdsburg High’s Smith...

‘Evensong’ Pipes in Sir John Stainer

The music of Sir John Stainer (1840-1901) will be featured at the second in a series of free pipe-organ concerts on Sunday, Oct. 9....

Indigenous Poets to Read at The 222

The City Council made an honorary proclamation of California Native American Day at their Sept. 19 meeting, but the local culture scene is taking...

Trail to Fitch Mountain Summit Gets Boost

The view of Fitch Mountain looming to the east of Healdsburg is as much a signature of the town as the Russian River itself,...

Designs on Healdsburg Living

Ever since the American Institute of Architects (AIA) came to Healdsburg, the town has turned increasingly self-reflective, attentive to its brand in a way...
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