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May 26, 2024

Storm KOs tree, Power Line on Reed Court

It has been called a lot of things: the Pineapple Express, Atmospheric Rivers, a Cyclone Bomb and the Open Storm Door. Whether or not Healdsburg residents need to come up with their own name for it, there’s every indication the January Storms of ’22...

National Parks Come into Focus

Andy Katz, a lifelong photographer, used the pandemic to hit the road with a camera to capture striking images of natural phenomena from all of the country's 63 national parks, which was published in A Walk in the Park.

Sonoma County residents ordered to shelter in place

Sonoma County health officer Sundari Mase has issued a health order directing residents to shelter in place effective at midnight (12 a.m.) on Wednesday, March 18. This health order will be in place for three weeks until April 7. The health order limits activity, travel and business functions to only the most basic and essential needs.

Local Dining on the Menu for Restaurant Week

With the closures and limitations of the pandemic fading into memory, restaurant dining has regained its position as one of Sonoma County’s most popular, close-to-home recreations.

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 few hundred calories and start the holiday season on a sound physical foundation.  The Turkey Trot, now in its 11th year...

‘Blood Harmony’ on the Winery Stage

The sister duo of Rebecca and Megan Lovell, who make up the band Larkin Poe, have been nothing if not prolific during their career, releasing six full-length studio albums and five EPs, while guesting on a variety of releases by other artists over the...

Healdsburg’s Spring Celebrations

With the onset of spring last week—despite the cold and rain—Healdsburg is beginning to wake up from its sleepy winter months and get back in gear as the food/wine/music destination city it has become, with five significant celebrations coming to town in the coming months.

SingleThread Leases Former Film Center

Even as the new three-screen Plaza Cinema Center gained approval for a downtown Healdsburg location, the fate of the former Raven Film Center has remained uncertain, a 15,000-square foot question mark at the south end of the Mitchell Plaza shopping center. It now appears that...

Lady Greyhounds Sweep League Playoffs

The Lady Greyhounds defeated Rancho Cotate by a comfortable 12-point margin, giving them the right to hang the NCS-Redwood pennant in the Smith Robinson gym for the second year in a row.

Wine Tasting from Plaza to Parking Lot

Even as the city prepares for Sunday’s Healdsburg Crush—a Plaza event to “taste limited production Pinot Noir and Sparkling Wines from over 60 of the top California wine producers”—the city council on Oct. 2 agreed to allow the much larger Healdsburg Food & Wine...