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Amgen Tour 2008 Rich Moshier, Public Works - Sixth Street Undercrossing Grand Opening - Oct. 2012

Coffee cup


Workers are transforming the Donut Hut into Brew, a gathering spot with coffee in the morning, then beer. Partners Alisse Cottle and Jessica Borrayo both come to the new enterprise from Taylor Maid Farms Coffee & Tea.

Brew will open in December with Ritual coffee, local craft beers, and yummies from Criminal Baking Co.


Lots of changes happening at the Sonoma County Museum as they work on expanding to the old Conklin Brothers location:


The museum will be putting a new roof on the old Conklin warehouse starting Tuesday, Nov. 11th  at 7am next week. It is scheduled to take about four days. The work will be smelly so people will want to keep their windows closed.


Click the link below to download plans that were presented at the Zoning hearing last week.

SoCo Muse Parking Revision 11-2-14


HOLE IN THE HEAD  Exhibit at the Sonoma County Museum

Fifty years ago, On October 30, 1964, PG & E announced that they would no longer pursue plans for a nuclear power plant at Bodega Head on the Sonoma County Coast. It was certainly the end of something—the closing of a passionate battle that brought about a resolution in favor of an active group of citizens who opposed the plant. However, the close of the struggle was more a beginning than an end. Focused though it was on the small spit of land that forms Bodega Bay, the battle over the nuclear power plant, which took place roughly between 1958 and 1964, had tremendous reverberations. Don’t miss this stellar exhibit on the battle to stop plans for a nuclear power plant on Sonoma County’s coast and the resulting creation of COAST, a key environmental group that helped protect the coastline and beaches we all love.


Hole in the Head





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