Sonoma County has something for green thumbs seeking some fun this summer.
Sonoma County might be best known for food and wine, but it is also recognized for world-class art museums.
The Culinary Institute of America’s (CIA) new facility at Copia offers cooking and wine tasting classes, seasonal cuisine at the restaurant, craft cocktails and culinary shopping.
Trashion Fashion Week returns to Sonoma with creative recycled outfits, dogs on the runway and vintage Barbies on display. Here's all you need to know about this year's event.
Julianne Skai Arbor, a.k.a TreeGirl, poses nude and intertwined with different kinds of trees.
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William “Bill” Taylor’s renderings of the West County urban landscape have remained unseen and unrecognized for five decades. They are now being revealed and celebrated in a series of local exhibits.
While Jaynee Watson's art might make the squeamish viewer turn away, it did not put off the judges of the "Discovered: Emerging Artists from Sonoma County" program - on the contrary. Watson's art is now on display at the Petaluma Arts Center, alongside the work of four other female artists.
Working away on your holiday gift list and stumped for ideas? Here's something for everyone on your list.
Take a trip back to the '60s, see revamped Matryoshka dolls and iconic photos by Annie Leibovitz, mingle with local artists and sip on champagne - here's your lineup of must-see Sonoma art exhibits in December.