Eyevan Tumbleweed also known as Bennett Ewing is 34 years old from Greater Boston, Massachusetts now living in Northern California. A nature lover with an art intensive background of over 15 years, he has worked in various creative mediums not limited to visual arts. In 2002 while living in Prescott, AZ Eyevan found his niche medium in found wood sculpture. Since then he has spent the majority of his artistic focus on a series...
Happy Birthday JC Boisset from Healdsburg Social!! Thank you for sharing your story and wine at the Taste of Sonoma - Wine Country Weekend 2016 and introducing The Count of Buena Vista Wine, also know as George Webber! What an amazing story these two have in the Sonoma County wine industry with DeLoach Vineyards and Buena Vista Winery.
An interview with Scott Burr, farmer and founder of Carta Coffee. Scott is a former Healdsburg resident and wine maker who left the industry to reside and grow coffee in Kona, HI. His goal is to bring a variety of flavors into his coffee and create a tasting experience for all coffee lovers. Check out www.CartaCoffee.com for more info and how you can start your own in-home coffee tasting.
On Jun 18th 2016, Rodney Strong Vinyards started their 27th season on the Summer Concert Series. The lawn was packed with lovers of wine and music as they lisend to Boney James and the beautiful Morgan James. Morgan James played "Bring Yourself To Me" along with other jazzy tunes, on this hot summer night
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On Friday, June 17, the Alexander Valley Film Society hosted more than 20 students from every area high school for a full-day Documentary Workshop with Bay Area filmmakers. Students spent the morning focused on micro documentaries with Edward Seaton, brainstormed story with Brad Marshland, and then wrapped up with Erica Milsom on how to get your story started.
Jr. Film Society Member Corey Sceales documented the day for the fil...
During my interview with Healdsburg's Scot Keneally, we discussed his documentary film, Rise of the Sufferfests. I experienced the movie at it's first world premiere in San Francisco and am excited to be seeing it a second time in Salinas. It's hard not to connect and wonder, "why do we want to suffer?"
See where and when at www.RiseoftheSufferfests.com