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Voices: Untold Stories of Mental Illness
Tuesday, May 5 at 9 pm.
Voices is an award-winning documentary that features the stark and intimate portraits of three very different individuals and their struggle with severe mental illness in…
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Boarding and Kayaking All Part Of The Fun In Parks Celebration 2015
From a quick evening paddle around beautiful Lake Benoist, to a 6.5 mile kayak tour of the Russian River, you can experience your Sonoma County parks in a whole new way during Parks Celebration 2015.
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New Tools for Financing Sustainability
The 10th annual Sustainable Enterprise Conference this week examined ways to finance endeavors that align with indivuals' personal values.
Envisioning a Future for Sonoma's Developmental Center
For more than a century, the state Developmental Center has been a large and complex presence in the Sonoma Valley. But what will become of it in the future is a wide open question.
Young Adults with Autism Thrive in Their New Home
Eight years in the making, a new living environment for young adults with autism is attracting nationwide attention to their shared homes in downtown Sonoma.
Health Games -- Innovation or Fad?
Medical professionals are increasingly using games in their efforts to make people healthier.
A Brief Opening of the Border at San Diego
For just a few minutes last Saturday, humanitarian impulses overrode border security worries at a site near San Diego.
John Lydon: The Foul-Mouthed Yob Sets The Record Straight
John Lydon, a.k.a. Johnny Rotten, is a name that conjures images of a scrawny punk thrashing around the stage with The Sex Pistols, giving confrontational interviews with MTV VJs, or just generally…
Actor Alicia Witt Turns Musician With 'Revisionary History'
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'Louie Louie': Indecipherable, Or Indecent? An FBI Investigation
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3-D Printers Bring Historic Instruments Back To The Future
In a recital hall at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, a group of musicians got together to play Jean-Baptiste Singelée's 1857 quartet for saxophones on some very old, very special instruments.
Ben E. King, Soul Singer Best Known For 'Stand By Me,' Dies
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