Arts & Entertainment

Marin Student Artists Awarded in Napa Valley Museum Exhibit

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

Safely Enjoy These Five Events at Home This Weekend

Now that the North Bay is adding wildfires to it's 2020 roulette wheel, going outside is not recommended for health reasons even...

Covid-19 Continues to Stifle Events

Last March, Covid-19 forced California to cancel most social gatherings and events through spring 2020. Summer 2020 followed suit and now fall...

North Bay Theaters Adapt to Covid-19

“Creative people are like the shark that has to keep moving forward to live,” says Barry Martin, managing director of Napa’s Lucky...

Eki Shola Finds Power in Her Voice

Born in London to Jamaican parents, raised in New York City and now living in the North Bay, pianist and songwriter Eki...

Popular Box Show Is Back

Any culturenaut worth their liberal arts degree knows that the premiere gallery experience to be had in the wilds of West Marin...

Documentary Filmmakers Make Their Pitch in Virtual Competition

The California Film Institute brings compelling true-life films to Marin County each spring in the popular Doclands Documentary Film Festival; though this...

Ariel B. keeps busy during pandemic

By j. poetSan Francisco singer Ariel B. is facing the pandemic that has shut down the Bay Area...

Virtual Art in the Park Showcases North Bay Creators

The Petaluma Arts Association has supported North Bay artists for more than 60 years, and the group’s signature event, Art in the...

King Street Giants Get Vocal on New Album

The King Street Giants are the North Bay’s liveliest disseminators of traditional, New Orleans–style jazz.Inspired by the boisterous...