The fire that consumed more than 50,000 acres, took three lives, and burned more than 1,300 structures threatened to torch the Zen Center’s 81 acres.
Photographer Kent Porter captures the changing landscape leading up to fall, this most exalted of seasons.
Local Day of the Dead celebrations invite lost loved ones to join the party.
Housed in a Victorian in downtown Sonoma, private wine club Edge opens its doors to the public each Thursday evening to serve a three-course tasting menu. It's an event not to be missed.
As the hard cider craze continues, here’s our guide to navigating local offerings.
Wine isn't the only spirit to be found in the town of Sonoma.
Toast the many grapegrowers, farmworkers, and winemakers who are responsible for the premium wine being crushed, blended, and bottled.
There’s a former Meadowood chef in the kitchen, pastries from an in-house pastry chef, a cozy bar with local wine and beer, picnic grab-and-go items — and plenty of cheese.
For more than a century in the American West, the policy of ranchers toward livestock-killing big cats was summed up by an alliterative death sentence: “Shoot, shovel, and shut up.”
The home boasts magnificent views of Sonoma Valley and the Bay Area. It looks straight across to Marin County’s Mount Tamalpais.