Petaluma’s Pacific Empire Chorus charges itself, and its audiences, with musical energy.
Travel back to see what made news on Sept. 16, 1912.
Petaluman Nancy Wilson wrote the autobiography of racy daredevil pilot Mary Petre Bruce.
Bug Deakin believes in doing things the re-way - recycling, reusing, repurposing and revitalizing - and has turned his philosophy into a reality show called "Reclamation Road."
Friends of Casa Grande High graduate Travis Schwarz have organized an event to help him find a bone marrow donor. The 30-year-old has been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
To make friends, author Renee Ho says, first be a friend to yourself, then reach out to others. They'll find your happiness is contagious.
Hankering for some barbecued chicken? The Wilmar Volunteer Fire Department can satisfy that craving at its annual fundraiser. Kids can enjoy games, a jump house and a ride on a fire engine. Adults are welcome to take part in raffles and a silent auction, and proceeds from the event support the department. The chicken sizzles [...]
'Gutenberg' may just be life paralleling art, as two young Petaluma actors explore their passion for off-beat musical theater.
Day breaks at Tom and Midge Rennia's south Petaluma truck stop, where regulars line up for coffee and the morning paper.