Fred Guglielmetti still lives on the beautiful 1,700-acre west county dairy ranch where he was born in 1918.
The May 7 event at The Mystic Theatre features 38 short films from dozens of countries, with an appearance from the Chilean creators of “Bear Story,” which won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film this year.
Looking to start a business in Petaluma? Now there is a tool that could shave weeks off the process of navigating City Hall red tape.
The commuter rail agency is also coordinating with Petaluma transit buses ahead of expected service later this year.
Think you’re fast? The professionals at Simraceway Performance Driving Center will be the judge of that.
Double 8 Dairy is among 35 Petaluma and Sonoma County agricultural producers on display April 30 and May 1 for “Blossoms, Bees and Barnyard Babies” event.
While the tiny units sound primed as the ultimate infill project, Stephen Marshall, owner of Little House on the Trailer, cited one major barrier to their widespread adoption in Petaluma and in many cities elsewhere: red tape.
The colorful event, and a crowd of more than 30,000, descended on downtown Petaluma on Saturday.