The new trail will be about seven miles northwest of Sonoma and features beautiful views of the valley. It will likely be maintained by the nonprofit Valley of the Moon Natural History Association, which also operates Jack London State Park.
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, Sept. 25 at noon. Click right here.
Tickets to see the comedian, who went into semi-reclusion after turning down a reported $55 million offer to continue The Dave Chappelle Show, go on sale tomorrow, Sept. 21, at noon. All tickets are $55.
In the past couple years, Chappelle has made infrequent appearances at small clubs like the Independent and the New Parish in San Francisco and Oakland, with tickets usually going on sale the same day and selling out instantly. (You might also recall that last month, he shut down a heckling Hartford, CT crowd.)
Needless to say, this show will sell out very quickly.
Get your tickets here on Saturday at noon.
The Sonoma County Museum is putting its new building to good use. The former Conklin Brothers floor coverings store on the corner of Seventh and B streets in Santa Rosa is getting a makeover by three artists before it’s renovated into an art museum. Julia Davis, Carlos de Villasante and Judy Kennedy are painting the three sides of the building in graffiti style and should be finished by the end of this month, says Sonoma County Museum Executive Director Diane Evans. The paintings will remain in place through this year before they're replaced with another vision in similar style by different artists early next year.
The museum will eventually host exhibitions of international caliber in addition to selections from the museum’s existing collection, which includes an extensive group of work by Christo and Jeanne Claude. But while we wait, the museum has decided to show off the talent of local artists in a very public place.
Here's something you don't see every day, courtesy quick-thinking Bohemian reader Brian Keegan: The world-famous Coddingtown sign on the back of a truck, rolling down College Avenue.
Sentimental Santa Rosans need not worry—the sign is only temporarily down for repairs, and will be up again in about a month, spinning away.