Brad Prather's rolling billboard for all things solar.
Travel back to see what made news on Sept. 16, 1912.
From flea markets and ukuleles to jazz, meditation, healing, music, drama and writing.
Historical ecologist Arthur Dawson tells the story behind 'Dos Piedras.'
Dairymen's Feed Co-op employees pose with the new flag atop Petaluma's iconic feedmill, flying at half-mast to commemorate 9/11.
On June 20, 1912, the nation's first cross-country truck left Philadelphia with soap destined for Petaluma's Carlson-Currier Silk Mill. It arrived Sept. 21 after a hair-raising journey.
Travel back to see what made news on Sept. 10, 1912.
Arts Center classes, dinner with the mayor, American Philharmonic fundraiser, Petaluma Fall Trash Cleanup, Daedalus Howell reading, Miles of Pillowcase Smiles sewing event, Pickleball, Relay for Life, Two Rock Harvest Festival, Clo-Cow Half Marathon, Petaluma Poetry Walk, Mentor Me Petaluma Bocce Ball-a-Palooza.
Petaluman Nancy Wilson wrote the autobiography of racy daredevil pilot Mary Petre Bruce.
CrossFit, eastside farmers' market, Aqus Cafe classical night, Riverfront Art Gallery, West Side Stories, Art in the Park, PEF Birthday Bash, Magic in the Garden.