Visitors and locals will love this four-day itinerary featuring some of the best restaurants, wineries and activities Sonoma County has to offer.
Their traditions are time-honored, passed from one generation to the next. They are competitors, yet part of the same tribe — one that is increasingly under threat.
Professional bakers and amateurs can hone their baking skills at a new 35,000-square-foot facility. Holiday classes include "The Art of Baguette."
The store, launched in the wake of the October 2017 wildfires, invites local residents impacted by the Kincade fire to shop donated new items, free of charge.
Dining editor Heather Irwin brings us up to date on the latest local restaurants and what to eat right now.
Week-long closures due to power shutoffs and evacuation orders have delivered a blow to many local businesses.
Just four months after reopening its Santa Rosa location that closed due to damage in the 2017 Tubbs fire, Mountain Mike's Pizza is serving up free meals to Kincade fire evacuees and first responders.
Both threats of fire and the Kincade fire itself have brought disruption and destruction to local wineries. Here is an evolving list of wineries affected in some way.
The Press Democrat's photographers capture the destruction, the courageous fight against the flames, the flight of evacuees and the plight of the community.
Here's how you can help those affected by the fire.