Arts & Entertainment

Virtual art show examines appeal of the West Coast

Four years ago, while vacationing in Europe, a man in a Copenhagen train station asked me where I was traveling from.

Music Industry Goes Silent for Blackout Tuesday

Tuesday, June 2, is going to be a quiet day meant to send a loud message from those in the music industry....
Running Fence, Christo and Jean-Claude, 1976

Christo, Artist of ‘Running Fence,’ Dies at Age 84

There are those in the North Bay who remember “Running Fence,” the 24-and-a-half-mile-long art installation that criss-crossed its way through the hills...

North Bay Bands Go Online for Weekend of Virtual Concerts

It’s Friday, and that usually means dozens of live events in the North Bay—especially concerts—are gearing up to rock audiences in Sonoma,...

Marin County Fair Soars Online

The 2020 Marin County Fair, scheduled for the first five days of July, was one of several summer events that were canceled...

Local arts groups coordinate online camps for kids

Three Sonoma County arts and education organizations are coordinating their summer schedules this year to collectively provide North Bay students with seven...

Rivertown comes to you

During the past 10 years, Petaluma’s Rivertown Revival has become one of the North Bay’s most beloved annual events of the summer.

North Bay Students Curate Online Art Show on Theme of Belonging

Located on the grounds of the Veterans Home of California in Yountville, the Napa Valley Museum closed its doors in mid-March to...

Rock Steady with Marin Musicians at Upcoming Virtual Festival

North Bay grass-roots organization RockSteadyFest is committed to connecting local audiences and artists through the shared experience of live music.

San Francisco’s Punk Pioneers Tell Their Stories in Online Exhibit

“In the 1980s, San Francisco grew blander, wealthier and more corporate almost by the day, but a resilient multi-cultural underground thrived in...