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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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North Bay News

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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North Bay News

Apr 30

New Tools for Financing Sustainability

The 10th annual Sustainable Enterprise Conference this week examined ways to finance endeavors that align with indivuals' personal values.
Apr 29

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.
Apr 27

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.
Apr 27

Health Games -- Innovation or Fad?

Medical professionals are increasingly using games in their efforts to make people healthier.
Apr 27

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.


Music News

May 01

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…
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May 01

Actor Alicia Witt Turns Musician With 'Revisionary History'

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May 01

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.

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