The wine industry is as white as they come. Yet the recent protests and national discussion about systemic racism have empowered Black wine professionals to speak out and demand inclusion.
A West County company is taking the socially-distanced vacation to new heights.
We’ve been a little jealous of the "slushtails" we’ve been hearing about in Petaluma, Healdsburg and Sonoma, but now they’re coming to Santa Rosa.
Three great spots, from affordable to luxe, that we think will bring a smile to your face, even if it’s hidden behind a mask.
We asked some of our favorite Sonoma County chefs to share a prized recipe and tell us what they choose to sip alongside.
Made Local Marketplace in Santa Rosa will stay open. But for other retail businesses in Sonoma County the future remains uncertain.
Local hotels are beginning to welcome leisure travelers back while also working hard to ensure a safe stay and an enjoyable experience for visitors.
There are plenty of fun and pandemic-friendly summer activities in Sonoma County.
Feeling bored with the usual Friday night takeout? These date ideas will have you swooning.
These local wineries offer an opportunity to spend time outdoors while sipping excellent wines and taking in the summer landscape.
A new initiative, combining photos and personal stories, elevates the voices of Black women and connects them during a momentous, historic shift in the Black Lives Matter movement.