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When we are in a wine store choosing a bottle to take home for dinner, our choices essentially boil down to "Does it taste good?"... [Read More]
The director of the National Institutes of Health said Tuesday that he has assigned a group of advisers to examine whether any improprieties were committed... [Read More]
I start this month's comment with what I hope will be a three part series on the subject of music licensing and publishing. In this... [Read More]
We went to Vallerga's Market with my kids to have their picture taken with one of Napa's historical establishments, which closed Monday after 71 years. [Read More]
Mr. James Hinton's letter of March 8 was spot-on in his criticism of another Napa Valley College school bond tax ("NVC board needs to be... [Read More]
It is clearly important, and a very high priority for Angwin residents to create defensible space and improve warning systems in anticipation of the next... [Read More]
California's municipal finance crisis is likely to get worse before it gets better – if it ever does. [Read More]
The article fails to mention that Rituxan, which is not a chemo drug but rather an incredibly effective synthetic antibody, is the main weapon doctors... [Read More]
To cannabis, or not to cannabis: that is the question. Surely you saw the Register article of March 14 regarding the three suburban Petaluma home... [Read More]
Does musical talent skip a generation? Many have pondered this question, but in the case of local singers Kellie Fuller and her daughter Alex, the... [Read More]
Renowned jazz pianist Mike Greensill performs at Silo's in Napa on Thursday, March 22 at 5 p.m. Greensill presents an evening of music history, storytelling... [Read More]
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We have an exciting opportunity this June to protect and even restore a resource that has been eroded through prioritizing the short-term self interests of... [Read More]
Upcoming programs offsite and onsite from di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art include:... [Read More]
I was dismayed to learn that our local school board chose this week to decide the fate of a Napa icon that has been part... [Read More]
Di Rosa has finally found its name, and with it, a new, vibrant role in the Bay Area arts scene. [Read More]
As part of their communion service on Maundy Thursday, the First Presbyterian Church of Napa will premiere "Calvary," a cantata by music director John Partridge... [Read More]
The Cameo Cinema will take part in the fifth annual National Evening of Science on Screen on Tuesday, March 27, with a 5 p.m. screening... [Read More]
Teri Sandison, local resident and noted photographer, will speak to Napa Valley Photographic Society on Monday, March 26, at 6:30 p.m. at the Napa Valley... [Read More]
David Sanborn is a bona fide saxophone superstar. Performing for more than 40 years, he has released 24 albums, including six certified gold and one... [Read More]
Lincoln Theater celebrates the sixth annual Arts in April with a packed program of events, from Beethoven and Ranchera singers to eurythmy dance and the... [Read More]
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