Dezi Gallegos, just 18, is back at Cinnabar Theater with another play, with performances Nov. 7 and Nov. 10.
Here's a look back at what was happening in Petaluma a century ago.
We've all heard the phrase, "When one door closes, another opens." At 69, Larry Potts has had three satisfying – and disparate – careers. Only one – English teacher as Casa Grande High School – is over. He is still very much involved with the others – singer/songwriter and family therapist. What he’s exploring now [...]
It's a week to listen to baroque and Bach, take the Trick or Treat Trail, enjoy the danceable sounds of Dirty Cello, cash in Halloween treats, talk to local impersonator Christopher Linnell, tap toes to The Keepers, sample free pie and discover the Theatre District's Fall Festival.
Nick Schaefer, 33, has been working toward his largest goal more than two-thirds of his life. He’s reached a number of other milestones – by the time he was 18, he was running his own business. He’s happily married, has two great children and owns Schaefer’s ATA Martial Arts in Rohnert Park. He’s a sixth-degree [...]
There’s still time – a week, in fact – to enter and explore the curious, sometimes heartbreaking, and often impossibly distant world of Victorian Mourning Customs. Running through Nov. 3 at the Petaluma Historical Museum and Library, this intriguing exhibit offers a look at the era of Queen Victoria – approximately 1880 through the early [...]
Here's what was happening in Petaluma 100 years ago.
Petaluma coffee lovers have made it their own, bringing decorations to the open space next to the Mail Depot.
Here's a look back at what was happening in Petaluma 100 years ago today.
Up this week in P-town: a talk on a hot new football book, a look at alt-medicine, a class for teens on babysitting, the Bill Soberanes Halloween Festival and Tara Firma Firms' Pumpkins on Pikes.