One of the benefits of having a presence on the world wide web is being accessible to a readership beyond the city limits of scenic Sonoma. Lately, their e-mailed queries have surpassed the usual “Is Daedalus your real name?” and … Read on.
“Big fish, small pond” is a notion some puddle-jumping media types like myself have come to aspire to as a career model. We like to believe we’re above the bottom feeders but admit we’re pure chum when swimming with the … Read on.
A drawback to wine country living is the prospect of wine country driving. I’m not as cavalier as some I’ve witnessed making tactical chunders on winery roadsides, nor am I the type to hire a limo and froth like the … Read on.
The freebie box in the foyer of the Sonoma Valley Library is a repository for the most unloved and unreadable books ever written. If these titles are worthy of being read, surely they would be shelved rather than moldering in … Read on.
At the Wine Exchange, a hybrid tasting room and speakeasy the Contessa and I visited yesterday, a pony-tailed day-tripper was wagging her wine-stained tongue about locals and tourists landing on a curlicue query about how tourists are perceived in Sonoma. … Read on.