Since the coronavirus is too small to see without an electron microscope, our understanding of what it is and does is defined mostly by sets of constantly changing numbers. The data below was current as of Thursday, June 25, at which point five Sonoma County residents had died from the virus, with one death confirmed in Sonoma Valley.
Babaji is dressed in white, sitting comfortably cross-legged in the peaceful, pastel interior of his residence on the grounds of Sonoma Ashram.
Lisa Kristine is a world-famous photographer who has documented indigenous cultures in more than 100 countries and who uses her images and her voice to promote the end of human slavery. She has a gallery of her work on the Sonoma Plaza.
Hiring John Holden to heal you requires a certain suspension of disbelief. That’s because his menu of most common client maladies reads like a mash-up of cases from the Emergency Room, the DSM, Dear Abby, and maybe Judge Judy.
You probably can’t see it, but there is a transparent cone of silence, nestled invisibly over a four-acre parcel just off Arnold Drive on the west side of the Sonoma Valley, where tension and stress, fear of the future and worries about the past, even the inevitable intrusion of thoughts about presidential politics, simply evaporate.
There’s a glass orb in the center of Kristine Gorman’s tarot table that has absolutely nothing to do with tarot, or anything else, except perhaps a little atmosphere.
Vintage House provides something for nearly everyone, whether it’s hot jazz, nourishing soup, exuberant Zumba classes or the veritable feeling that they’re staying young in spirit even as they age in years.
Join the conversation with Katherine Llodrá and Jim Witous starting in April 2020 and get tips and tools for navigating the online world with your child. Visit www.mindfulgood.com to see the calendar of events, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perhaps we can blame (or praise) the Sonoma Valley Library for local author and screenwriter Darryl Ponicsan’s latest book.
If you’ve been the victim of PG&E’s PSPS blackouts, a new subsidy program may provide permanent protection against losing your power.