Forced to make changes, local restaurateurs found some silver linings and adapted their business models into successful programs they continue to embrace today.
Jacqui Jorgeson founded the Volunteer Fire Foundation following the Kincade fire. The nonprofit provides financial, wellness, and mental-health support to firefighters.
The sisters behind Petaluma’s beloved The Shuckery talk knife skills, terroir — and why winter’s oysters are the best of the year. Plus, how to throw an oyster party.
After a two-year hiatus, the award-winning Sonoma Stompers manager is ready to get back to baseball this summer.
The Full Bloom Flower Farm owner and farmer shares her love of flowers along with some favorite west county spots.
Take a tour of restaurants, wine shops and more in the Russian River Valley, where you just might run into the Big Bottom Market owner himself.
Graton-based Jake Viramontez created an initiative that offers to make films for free for nonprofits in need, such as Sebastopol's Ceres Community Project.
Reveling in the season’s most beautiful vegetables with farmer Stephen Carter of Sonoma’s Scribe Winery.
Cesar Chaves creates beautiful home interiors, but he describes his own tastes as “kind of simple.”
From winemakers to restaurant owners and wardrobe stylists, here are the Black entrepreneurs leaving their mark on Sonoma County.
Maegen Wells makes one-of-a-kind custom guitars from her workshop in a grove of redwoods near the Russian River.