Make no mistake: We love our grapes. But area winery folks also apply their green thumbs to growing a whole lot more.
Style by Malia has picked five items, available in Sonoma County, to spruce up your wardrobe for spring.
Rainy spring days are perfect for trying new recipes, organizing or simply curling up with a cup of tea and a good book. Spring in Sonoma also means outdoor adventures, regardless of the weather. Amy Schaus has some ideas for whatever spring brings. FEED YOUR FACE Mixin’ It Up Tired of asking what’s for dinner? […]
Written by Meg McConahey for The Press Democrat. With spring inching closer gardeners may be feeling the itch to start planting. But there is still a chance that frosty nights could damage or kill your new plants or seedlings. There are some things that can be planted safely. But for most of your spring planting, […]
This time of year is a conundrum. We have one muddy shoe in the rainy season, while the other is tap dancing under sun-kissed skies. We don’t dare leave our jackets in the hall closet … or do we? Our palates are just as confused but, in the end, can’t resist the urge to chase […]