Deacon Carpenter, a clinical Ayurvedic specialist and yoga teacher based in Healdsburg, is helping people navigate our present situation by adopting a holistic approach to mental and physical health.
Going into the giving season, the coronavirus pandemic has amplified the needs of a community still reeling from years of devastating wildfires.
When the world came to a standstill, these men and women braced themselves and began working twice as hard. Take a moment to look into their eyes and listen to their stories.
Nearly 150 have already opened their patios, with dozens more coming online within days.
A new app from the team that developed the Sonoma Rises app following the 2017 wildfires helps users cope with stress and anxiety amid the pandemic.
5. You think about toilet paper (more than you ever have before).
One closed, one re-opened, one made us laugh, one changed everything for the community.
"Our job doesn’t go away because of a pandemic. The animals still need to eat. We still need to make sure they’re OK."
With restaurant orders down to almost nothing, farmers need your help, and they're making it easy.
Here's how to stay in good spirits in Sonoma County.