Stories from Kathleen Hill
Kathleen Hill: National Tequila Day and other tall tales
Sonoma Springs turns 2 at new taproom Sonoma Springs Brewing Co. will celebrate its two-year anniversary with a party on Saturday, July 22.
Kathleen Hill: Paul’s Produce, Buena Vista fair and more
Paul’s Produce is not opening its Arnold Drive stand on Saturdays this year, due to late planting, restaurant demand, and labor shortages.
Kathleen Hill: Sigh opens, Good Spirits fest, and more
Artisan distillers fest coming to Cornerstone If you like sips of excellent artisan spirits, the upcoming Good Spirits 2017 artisan distillers festival at Cornerstone is for you.
Kathleen Hill: Stompers celeb; Brennan reschedules; salmon postponed
NASCAR Banquet in the winner’s circle Sonoma Raceway’s NASCAR Grand Marshal’s Banquet to benefit Speedway Children’s Charities topped all of those I have attended.
Kathleen Hill: Losing Chris Silva, president of St. Francis Winery
We lost Chris Silva, president and CEO of St. Francis Winery this week. He was a brilliant and dynamic leader, both in the industry and in social and educational endeavors.
Kathleen Hill: Murphy's Irish Pub reopens under new management
Venerable pub back in action after 'repairs, spring cleaning, and reorganization'
Kathleen Hill: Buena Vista winery hosts Great Gatsby Gala in July
Buena Vista winery and Jean-Charles Boisset will take you dancing into the Roaring Twenties as the entire winery turns into a 1920s destination on Saturday, July 1.
Kathleen Hill: NASCAR dinner, salmon dinner and more
NASCAR banquet and ‘Cars 3’Racing legend Richard Petty, Pixar’s Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter of Glen Ellen, and NASCAR Grand Marshal Cristela Alonzo and former crew chief and team owner Ray Evernham, will headline the annual NASCAR Grand Marshal’s Banquet at Cline Cellars on Friday, June 23.T
Kathleen Hill: Sushi FYI, tuna poke, and Dad’s Day pig roast
Sushi tips, new menus, oyster and more from Kathleen Hill this week.
Kathleen Hill: Mexican bakeries, Kenwood Farmers Market and more
Mexican bakeries and marketsNew Haven Apizza and Garcia Bakery have a sign posted on their glass door saying in both Spanish and English that they apologize for the inconvenience – their building suffered a fire recently -- and ”will re-open very soon.”