Author Christopher Moore discusses his latest book, “The Serpent of Venice,” which combines greed, revenge, deception, lust and a giant (but lovable) sea monster. The book talk is from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 21 at Copperfield’s Books, 140 Kentucky St. Visit copperfieldsbooks.com. An exhibit of landscape arts inaugurates the Burdell Building’s IceHouse Gallery, with an [...]
Time to put on your yellow and white gear and turn out for Butter and Egg Days.
We’re going to explore the last local remnants of the horse-drawn era, a time of livery stables and farriers, horseshoers and ostlers. A time of hitching posts and carriage blocks.
With landmark for sale, historian Katherine Rinehart nominates it for 'most endangered' list.
Gordon Swenson's shearing skills paid for the family farm and opened some surprising doors.
Petaluma actor's 'God Fights the Plague' is sold out at the Marsh Theater.
Michael Globensky has been flying hang-gliders and small motorized craft for 40 years
Petaluma antique dealer scores a unique collection of taxidermied zoo animals from an Alabama collector.
'What we love is making it play again, bringing back the noise and the fun,' said owner Don Orlandi.
The Sons of Italy’s annual New Year's Eve Dinner Dance starts at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31 at the Petaluma Community Center, 320 N. McDowell Blvd. The evening features no-host cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, a prime rib and tortellini dinner and dancing to Showcase with a continental breakfast at midnight. Cost is $60, and tickets [...]