Heebe Jeebe General Store at 20

Small, downtown novelty stores don’t usually last 20 years, but Drew Washer's Heebe Jeebe General Store is not your usual small, downtown novelty store.

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Local retail renaissance thinks outside the big box
When you think outside the big box and support local retailers—and better yet, purveyors of locally-made products—you’re doing wonders for your community and its economy.

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Sonoma County Sheriff watchdog group IOLERO is underfunded

Community advisory council also claims lack of cooperation
Over three and a half years after its formation, the Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach (IOLERO) remains underfunded, the office’s supporters argue.

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It's Acid, Charlie Brown!

A Peanuts LSD-conspiracy theory
Seeing the kaleidoscopic holiday landscapes of the Peanuts characters’ otherwise humdrum world reminds just how psychedelic they were.

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Heebe Jeebe General Store at 20

More In Store for Petaluma shop and arts community hub
Small, downtown novelty stores don’t usually last 20 years, but Drew Washer's Heebe Jeebe General Store is not your usual small, downtown novelty store.

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Shia LaBeouf’s film has issues

Actor plays his own dad in uneven biopic 'Honey Boy'
Actor Shia LaBeouf wrote the script for Honey Boy while in recovery—now it's an Amazon Studios release.

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Christmas Jug Band's new album

Christmas music for people who hate Christmas music
The Christmas Jug Band’s annual slate of shows this year also acts as an album-release tour for the group’s new album, Live From the West Pole.

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Lie To Me

Dishonesty is a virtue in Bill Condon's new thriller

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Occidental Wines' notable pinot

A Burgundian bodega lost in the fog
Sporting a minimalist “shed” aesthetic, in concrete, glass, and wood, Occidental Wines has a pricey and exclusive look, but surprises with a down-to-earth vibe.

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Hard Wine

The spirit of the grape lives on in craft brandy

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Cycling Joe Rodota Trail unsafe

Trail Travails: Bicyclists need safe car-free space
Last week’s article discussing the homeless encampment (Dec. 4) on the Joe Rodota Trail lacked depth on a key issue: the importance of the trail as a safe, car-free transportation corridor.

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December 4-10, 2019
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