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Valley Life
Music: Horn o’ plenty
6 questions for trumpeter Rick Brandon. B2

Entertainment: Good Moon risin’


Nylon string troubadour Sun Kil Moon. B2

Food&Wine
Kathleen Thompson Hill

HEATHER IRWIN/THE PRESS DEMOCRAT

Crisp Bakeshop in Sonoma fea-


tures cupcakes, cakes, cookies and
desserts.
PHOTOS BY MILLER OBERLIN

Crisp Bakeshop update The play, with Sonoma Arts Live’s dress rehearsal above, depicts a series of vignettes around 20th century middle class dining rooms.

‘Dining Room’ and the empty


Stopping by Crisp Bakeshop
last Sunday afternoon on my
way to see “The Post,” I sudden-
ly became the last customer at
the beloved bakery.

plate of WASP America


But it didn’t just close. An-
drea Koweek and Moaya Schei-
man have sold the equipment
and recipes to James Hahn and
partners in the Sunflower Caffé
and Breakaway Café. They also
sold the recipes for all of the
breakfast pastries, and Maria,
who has made them since “day
one,” will stay on location to Sonoma Arts Live takes on A.R. Gurney’s classic comedy of manners
continue to make your favorites
and whatever else they come up By KATE WILLIAMS
with. INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER

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Everyone seemed fairly f American culture is a savory stew,
cheerful and no one seemed WASPs were at one time its primary
sad as I watched Andrea take ingredient – an idea at the heart of
pictures and the “Crisp” sign playwright A.R. Gurney’s “The Dining
down from the wall. Moaya is Room,” the latest production of Sonoma
excited to learn more of the raw Arts Live.

W
food world and possibly create ASP is shorthand for White An-
something within it, while glo-Saxon Protestant, an identi-
fier that – by today’s standards
– skews vaguely racist. In the heyday of
‘We kept a lot of the its mid-20th-century use, though, WASPs
were the ideal: stiff upper-lipped gentry
awesome Crisp product atop a cultural strata peddled as aspira-
and (are) adding a few tion to the clamoring horde.
If you know starboard from port, you
of our own items too.’ might be a WASP. If you’ve ever played
— James Hahn polo or know the rules for lacrosse, you
might be a WASP. If your ecclesiastical
grandmother prized a stiff upper lip and
Andrea will take the Crisp exhorted the family not to air dirty laun-
Bakeshop name and her famous dry, you might be a WASP. And nostalgic
cakes and more to Sondra Bern- for the old days.
stein’s Fig caters and Suite D as Sonoma Arts Live is nostalgic, too, har-
“Brand Ambassador.” kening back with a season dedicated to
Known temporarily as the the theme of “days gone by.” The times they are a-changin’ in A.R. Gurney’s play.
Bakeshop, Hahn’s version of “The Dining Room” time-travels back
the bakery started immedi- to a simpler era when white upper-mid-
ately to turn out pastries and dle class America still existed, and the with Junior’s new girlfriend, Uncle Car-
desserts that will eventually stability and comfort of that paradigm ter drinks too much, again, and young ‘THE DINING ROOM’
replace those made and served kept a kind of cultural peace. Mostly. Norberg derides the neighbor’s new ‘The Dining Room’ opens Friday, Jan. 19, and
at the Breakaway by Marcia, The play is centered around a din- money like the heir to the Old Guard continues its run for three weekends.
whose pies and coffee cakes ing room table where, in a variety of that he is. “The Dining Table” is a play When: Thursday to Saturday at 7:30 p.m.;
have been favorites among vignettes, an ensemble of players reflect ripe with longing and farce, comedic and Sunday matinée at 2 p.m.
Breakaway devotees. iconic moments of their shared culture: poignant at the same time. Tickets: $22-37 at sonomaartslive.org
In an email James Hahn said, Dad bungles the carving of the Thanks-
“We kept a lot of the awesome giving bird, Mom is passive-aggressive See Theater, B10
Crisp product and (are) adding
a few of our own items too,
(such as) vegan, gluten-free
and new savory items as soon ■ GO. DO. NOW. ■
as possible. We did switch the
coffee to Acre Coffee out of
Petaluma, and have a lot of fun
things in store.”
Wayback Machine Ragtime Cowboy Joe Eye of the Beholder Whodunit?
In any case, Andrea and Pablo Cruise had a moment Calling all rustlers, wran- When is a book not a book? How did the maiden come to
Moaya showed real joy at the back in the day, with chart-top- glers and buckaroos: it’s When it’s part of a stunning be morte? Was it the pesky ped-
prospect of taking their young ping hits like “Love Will Find campfire time again at the exhibit at SVMA. Opening this dlers angling for a buck? The
son to school and going to and a Way,” “Whatcha Gonna Do?” Barracks. With frost on the weekend, “Libros de Artista” headwaiter? The maid? The
from work at normal hours. and “A Place in the Sun.” arroyo and a hard moon above, is a graphic exploration of the doctor with the big grudge?
As Andrea said to me, “You They’ll re-take their place in a hot fire and melted ‘mallows topics on the tip of everyone’s The ex-friend/ex-fiancée, or
know, your daughter-in-law has the spotlight this weekend will set a cowpoke to rights. tongue: gender and power, the uber-rich friend? Agatha
a bakery in L.A. It’s 24/7.” And with a nostalgic retrospective Whether you’re a high-fallutin’ immigration, censorship and Christie knows the answer, of
it is. of their biggest hits, all of rootin-tootin’ sonofagun or border politics. Meet Mexican course, and at the end of Act
which — don’t lie — you know just a regular kid, a bonfire at artist Antonia Guerra Gon- 3, you’ll find out too. SVHS is
Glen Ellen Star reopens well. OK: it’s soft rock, but the Barracks beats whatever zalez on opening day, as he staging the classic play “Mur-
you’re an O.G. now. Soft is the else you were doing. introduces us to his vibrant der on the Nile,” and if you
Erinn and Ari Weisswasser new hard, so just go. Saturday, Jan. 20, 4:30-5:30 and challenging art. want to know whodonedidit,
have reopened their Glen Ellen Friday, Jan. 19, Mystic p.m., Sonoma Barracks, 20 E. Saturday, Jan. 20, 2:00 p.m., godtoit.
Star in downtown Glen Ellen Theatre, 8:30 p.m., 23 Petalu- Spain St., sonomaparks.org. Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Friday and Saturday, Jan.
after a spiff-up and rest for their ma Blvd., mystictheatre.com, free. 551 Broadway, svma.org, $10-15 19-20, 7 p.m., Sunday, Jan 21,
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Entertainment
Sun Kil Moon rises at
Redwood Barn

All ears will be on Emily Elbert in the ‘listening room’ Sunday.

THE SET LIST


■EL VERANO INN, 705 els and Loose Change. 5 p.m.
Laurel Ave. El Verano, 935-
■SEBASTIANI THEATRE,
0611
476 First St. E. 996-9756
Saturday, Jan. 20: Tilted
Monday, Jan. 22: “Jazz,
Halos. 8:30 p.m.
Rock and Rhythm” with
■FRIDAY FARMERS Sheila Whitney, Syd James
MARKET, Depot Park, 270 and Jennifer Wood. 7 p.m.
First St W.
■SONOMA SPEAKEASY
Today, Jan. 19: Stewart AND AMERICAN MUSIC
Degner. 9:30 a.m. HALL, 452 First St. E. 996-
■GUNDLACH BUNDSCHU 1364
WINERY, 2000 Denmark St. Tonight, Jan. 19: Bruce Gor-
938-5277 don, Jenni Purcell and Jodi
MATTHEW PARRI THOMAS
Saturday, Jan. 20: Sun Kil Stevens. 6:30 p.m. the New
Moon. 7 p.m. Hip Replacements. 8 p.m. Born under punches: Sun Kil Moon is named after a Korean lightweight boxer.
Saturday, Jan. 20: the
■HOPMONK TAVERN,
691 Broadway, 935-9100
Marks Brothers. 5 p.m. Solid
Air 8 p.m.
Folk strummer brings latest to Gundlach-Bundschu Winery
Tonight, Jan. 19: Jeff Camp-
Sunday, Jan. 21: Lynne O By LORNA SHERIDAN Sisters,” “Friday Night Lights”and
Australia and New Zealand and will
bell. 8 p.m.
and the Riots. 5 p.m. Acoustic INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER also tour Europe and the United “Sons of Anarchy,” as well as

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Saturday, Jan. 20: Frankie Blues Jam. 8:30 p.m. an Francisco folk rocker Sun States. several films including “Tarna-
Bourne. 8 p.m.
Kil Moon will be performing at tion,” “Against the Current,” “The
In 2011, the film “Mark Kozelek:
Sunday, Jan. 21: Emily Elbert ■THE STARLING BAR, the Redwood Barn at Gund- On Tour” was released via Caldo Elephant in the Living Room,”
and Ali Handel in the “Listen- 19380 Sonoma Hwy. 996- lach-Bundschu Winery on Saturday Verde Records. The film follows “Excess Baggage” and “Vanilla
ing Room” 7 p.m. 3055
evening, Jan. 20. Kozelek on two different tours Sky.” Kozelek scored original music
Saturday, Jan. 20: Sonoma
■MURPHY’S IRISH PUB, Sun Kil Moon is the for the films “Farewell
Sound Syndicate “Pop-Up”
464 First St. E., 935-0660. stage name of vocalist and Bender,” “Last Ball” and
band. 8 p.m.
Tonight, Jan. 19: Jon Emery. Sunday, Jan. 21: “Songwrit- guitarist Mark Kozelek,
who was previously the
Vocalist and guitarist Mark Kozelek... was “Lorena Ochoa: el Camino
a la Cima.”
8 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 20: Dan
ing Fools” with Adam Traum,
Dale Henry Geist and more.
frontman for Red House previously the frontman for Kozelek also appeared
Painters. Kozelek’s band as an actor in Cameron
Martin. 8 p.m. 7:30 p.m. is named after the Korean
Red House Painters Crowe’s critically ac-
■OLDE SONOMA PUBLIC lightweight boxer Sung-Kil claimed “Almost Famous”
HOUSE, 18615 Sonoma If your gig Moon. as well as “Vanilla Sky.”
Hwy, 938-7587 isn’t in my Sun Kil Moon’s latest Food will be available.
Tonight, Jan. 19: Ryan Tatar- column, studio double album, “Common As in support of the Sun Kil Moon Wine is available for sale by the
ian and Matt Silva. 6:30 p.m. you didn’t Light” and “Love Are Red Valleys release, “Admiral Fell Promises,” glass and by the bottle.
tell me of Blood,” was released in February released in 2010. The album was Show takes place rain or shine
■THE REEL FISH HOUSE about it. of 2017. played entirely by Mark Kozelek on and the Redwood Barn is covered.
AND GRILL, 401 Grove St. jmberry@ In October, Caldo Verde Records nylon string guitar and includes 10 Concert proceeds go to Sonoma
El Verano, 343-0044 sonoma released Kozelek’s new collabora- original songs. Strong to assist victims and first
Tonight, Jan. 19: Albert music.com J.M. tive album with Ben Boye and Jim Kozelek’s music has been responders of the Sonoma, Napa
Cummings. 9:30 p.m. Berry White. licensed to numerous television and Santa Rosa fires.
Sunday, Jan. 21: Buck Nick- Sun Kil Moon has supported shows including “The O.C.,” “The Tickets are $37 and available at
the album this year with a tour in Big C,” “Revenge,” “Brothers and gunbun.com/events.

6 questions for trumpeteer Rick Brandon


Local horn section er – so as a third grader, Hmm. I grew up with the tree they say. written one song, which
Brandon settled on the music so there really Tell us about your would it be?
blows own trumpet next loudest instrument wasn’t a time when I current acts. I actually wrote it. It was
By JM BERRY he could think of: the thought that, but it wasn’t It’s all the New Hip a song I always wanted
INDEX-TRIBUNE MUSIC CORRESPONDENT trumpet. something I didn’t think Replacements at this to do. It’s a reggae tune

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nless you’re Doc Brandon quickly dis- of either, but I guess it point. I always have my called “Shirkin’ It” and
Severson, the covered soul music on St. was Paul Revere and the horn in the trunk and do is about playing music or
trumpet player is Louis’s east side, which Raiders that really got me some session work, but for just chillin’. Anything that
typically not the leader led to funk, jazz, the blues convinced I wanted to do a performing band, that’s happens when you take a
of the band. But in Rick and literally anything from music. But once I heard about it at this time. day off from work.
Brandon’s case, the choice the Motown record label. Rick Brandon Mowtown, soul music If you could have
as clear. Known in his in- He and his brother start- sucked me in.
ner circle of musicians as ed a band called “Swamp and ilk – and the New Hip That first instrument
“Raucous Rico,” Brandon Buggy” and began to tour Replacements was born. you owned. What was it
has been the guy in charge regionally. In Ohio they Over the last two years, and do you still have it?
for years. played the “Agora” circuit they have been making a I don’t have that trumpet
Brandon spent his for-
mative years in St. Louis,
and even opened for acts
like the Raspberries and the
name in Marin and have
now decided the time is
but it was a trumpet. Like
I said, I wanted drums, BottleRock one-day
passes almost gone
growing up in a musical Del Phonics over the years. right to branch out. badly, but my mom said
house with his twin and As happens with many The act will be at the no, so we settled on the
also musically inclined a musician, he met a girl, Sonoma Speakeasy to- trumpet. I guess it was the
brother, and his father, and that girl was from night, Jan. 19, at 8 p.m. and right choice. Daily lineup released at BottleRockNapaValley.
who was a tenor vocalist. Mill Valley, so off to Marin along with a number of Who are your primary com.
Musicals were rampant County he went. Music seasoned musical veter- influences? for three-day music The festival, sponsored
in the house, whether on was on and off over the ans, the act also has local The Temptations. Pe- fest in May by JaM Cellars, is held
the radio, television of years, but he always had Nick Cordellos on drums. riod. Literally anyone on at Napa Valley Expo in
even re-creating them in his horn in the trunk “just We asked Brandon Motown. But from a blues INDEX TRIBUNE STAFF REPORT Napa. Headliners will be
the house as a sing-along. in case.” In Mill Valley, he about his new band, love perspective I’d say B. B. If you’re hoping to Muse on May 25, followed
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FILM REVIEW

Last train to ‘Commuter’sville


Liam Neeson in latest
offering of locomotive cinema
By KIRK MICHAEL
INDEX-TRIBUNE FILM CRITIC THE COMMUTER

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omestic train travel ‘The Commuter’ is showing
has never been at the Sonoma 9 Cinemas.
less appealing and Rated PG-13. Running time
yet it’s boom times for 1:45. Visit cinemawest.com.
locomotive cinema. As
they prepared to make
“The Commuter,” execs at Wrath”— the Irish immi-
Lionsgate Films looked at grant no doubt feeling as
the prestige picture “Mur- exploited by capitalism
der on the Orient Express” as those old Okies. But he
and decided that, instead soon finds himself not in
of Poirot twirling his mus- a canonical tale of social
tache and noodling over realism but instead a dime
obscure clues, they’d show store pulp piece.
Liam Neeson shouting at An unsettling well-
strangers and slamming kempt woman named
heads into seatbacks. Joanna (Vera Farmiga)
Neeson is Mike McCau- arrives and asks Mike,
ley, a man who regrets “What kind of person are
ever leaving his detective you?” Then — as if intu-
work for the NYPD when iting his exact financial And you thought your ride home after work was a killer.
his new job as an insur- situation! — she offers him
ance salesman ends with $100K to find a passenger
a surprise who “doesn’t Mike has the bright idea to solidarity between people
dismissal. belong” on herd everyone to the back who would otherwise have
He says the train. He car where, regardless of spent the 90-minute ride
somewhat The realest moment need not kill the danger, at least the air avoiding eye contact with
forlornly to for those of us who the person, conditioning works.
Director Jaume Col-
each other.
his execu- just place
tioner, “I’m commute every day a tracking let-Serra is familiar with
60 years of is the woman who device on Neeson from the string
of potboilers they’ve
age.” them.
After a continues reading While made together and “The
despondent her tablet with alarmed by Commuter” merrily flips
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old partner earbuds at max Mike decides whodunit to runaway train On Since 1985
Det. Alex volume as men fight he just wants to hostage hotbox.
One wonders why, if Jo- Repairs
Murphy to see if
(Patrick to the death inches there is in anna can kill anyone with Maintenance
‘Commuter’: More riveting than the real thing.
Wilson) from the back of her fact cash a snap of her fingers, she
doesn’t just eliminate every- Leak Detection
and loathed hidden in the
former head. restroom… one going to the end of the Underwater Repair
Capt. Dave and there is. not helpful against the Mike must rely on his line. But we’re nevertheless
Hawthorne The moment extensive tentacles of the skills as an ex-copper to grateful that she chooses to
(Sam Neill), he riffles now-disappeared Joan- find the mystery rider, torment Liam Neeson for
Mike hops on the Metro those bills, Joanna consid- na, who appears to have so he immediately starts our entertainment.
North to the burbs. What ers him beholden to her many people on the train to profile groups — his The realest moment for
he plans to tell his wife plot and cements the bond to bump off those unwill- targets include spoiled mil- those of us who commute
(Elizabeth McGovern) is by telling him she’s kid- ing to play the game. She lennials, posh bankers and every day is the woman
unclear. Where have ye napped his wife to assure checks in periodically to men with neck tattoos. The who continues reading her
gone, bar car? his compliance. Mean, but hiss something threaten- script leans rather heav- tablet with earbuds at max
To help his col- effective. ing over the phone — “I ily on its working-class volume as men fight to the
George and Jean Noël with
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A Taste of
French bread ‘heritage’
status in the bag
Baguettes the best thing since sliced bread, say French
By KATHLEEN HILL by the United Nations Spain is seeking the same recognized as a cultural
INDEX-TRIBUNE FOOD & WINE EDITOR
Educational, Scientific and status for tapas, and now treasure. They say such

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o back in France, Pre- Cultural Organization, France wants to see the recognition will help
mier Emmanuel Ma- or UNESCO -- is designed baguette recognized the protect the baguette from
cron thinks French to safeguard cultural same way. globalization by preserv-
baguettes should ing the name, shape,
be given “heritage” recipe, ingredients
status by UNESCO, and baking technique
as part of the United French law has protected the traditional baguette of a traditional ba-
Nations’ “world heri- since a 1993... guette.
tage” list. French law has pro-
And just where tected the traditional
does he get that idea? baguette since a 1993
It turns out that the law decreed it could
Neapolitan method for heritage and raise aware- According to the BBC, only be made from four
twirling pizza gained that ness of its importance. the French national ingredients: wheat flour,
status last year. Japan’s washoku cuisine bakers’ association has water, yeast and salt, and
The “intangible cultural has “heritage” status, as launched the petition that it can never be frozen
heritage” list – compiled does Belgian beer culture. to have the baguette or contain added preserva-
tives. But France’s bakers
say UNESCO status would
do even more to help pre-
serve the traditional way
of making baguettes. According to officials, the proper way to carry the French
France also has a short- cultural wonder is in a brown paper bag, cradled by both
age of butter, according to arms, with no less than 30 percent of the bread showing so
reports, which is crimping passersby are fully aware you’ve just purchased
its croissant business. bakery fresh baguettes.

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Food for thought
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Last Wednesday Food Group to discuss to the
Sonoma
‘Coming to My Senses’ Index-Tribune,
By KATHLEEN HILL
INDEX-TRIBUNE FOOD & WINE EDITOR
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he Last Wednesday The group (of which
a Counterculture Cook.”
Food Group’s next this writer is a member)
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meeting has invited
is Wednesday, a pair of
Jan. 31 and locals who
food lovers Enjoy Waters’ slightly off center life many are friends
are invited of us wish we had lived. of Waters
to share to join the
thoughts and discussion
reactions to that night.
the famous 7 p.m. 130
Chez Panisse chef and en- at Readers’ Books; enjoy E. Napa St., Sonoma. 939-
trepreneur Alice Waters’ Waters’ slightly off center 1779.

Food& Wine Continued from B4


and passed appetizers while every- Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn Back in October, according to
one enjoyed local wines and cock- & Spa will host a Career Fair on Press Democrat columnist Chris
tails. Wednesday, Feb. 7 at the hotel’s Smith, the culinary program’s
Those who have dined recently at Sonoma Valley Ballroom at 100 Boy- director, Mary Schiller, was rep-
Saddles Steakhouse, which might es Blvd. in Boyes Hot Springs. They rimanded and sent on leave when
get a new name after its recent sale, are hiring for positions in Food & she opened the Santa Rosa schools’
have been very pleased with both beverage, the Spa, housekeeping, food truck to feed people displaced
the food and service. Happy Hours stewarding, front office, culinary, by the October fires. She quit FD 1925 & CR 383
are still popular, and last week after and swimming pool seasonal eventually and now runs the café
a Mentoring Alliance meeting the
dining room was full and busy.
positions including servers and
bartenders. You can find a list of
at Snoopy’s Home Ice, aka Redwood
Empire Ice Arena. And I hear the Modern Service
Brangham summed up the available positions and get applica- food there has improved substan-
evening with her usual spunk and
positive attitude saying, “I have to
tions at fairmontcareers.com. They
recommend that you complete the
tially.
Led by Steve Rose as their culi-
With Traditional Dignity
buy another piece of property. You application before the career fair. nary coach, Maria Carrillo students
know I need a job!” Fairmont develops “colleagues” won everything at a SkillsUSA com-
for potential worldwide jobs and petition, which inspires students,
Local cheffing and careers. Noon to 7 p.m. tests and shows off their skills, in
this case culinary skills.
hospitality jobs available Maria Carillo culinary Apparently in reaction to his
Sonoma Market and Glen Ellen complaining in front of students
Village Market are again advertis- program that the culinary program’s kitchen
ing that they are hiring chefs. Their Good heavens! Steve Rose, who, was left dirty and in unsanitary
ad says “industry-leading wages, with his wife Colleen owned Vine- condition under a substitute teach-
awesome work-life balance, 401(k) yards Inn and grew loads of organic er’s supervision, Rose says he was
retirement plan, health, dental and vegetables to sell and serve in their told by school officials that it would
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Murder mystery on stage at SVHS


Performances at “This sharp-edged Madeline Jaycox and Tess- crew members are Alan
Christie whodunit set in la Carlsson; matron Miss Echeverria and Magaly
Little Theater 1948 will keep you in sus- ffoliot-ffoukes is played Aguilar.
Jan. 19 to 28 pense while the luxury by Kaileigh Hingtgen, Performances will be on
steamer travels up the Madison Ellis and Lauren Friday and Saturday, Jan.
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he Agatha Christie When one character Nairy and Ivy O’Donnell; will be on Sunday, Jan. 21
favorite, “Murder turns up dead, everything socialist Smith is played and 28 at 2 p.m.
on the Nile,” will be is not what it seems, and by Eric Serbicki and Cian Admission is $10 for
staged by Sonoma Valley the rest of the passengers Martin; Kay’s guardian adults and $5 for children,
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partment beginning this intrigue and deceit as is played by Siobhan tive military. Tickets can
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related to new exhibits
INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF REPORT
five hours of art book contempla-
tions and construction by Mexican
artist Antonio Guerra González.
Revered worldwide for his art
Painting of exotic Saturday, Jan. 20, 6 to 8 p.m.
books, González shares his mas-
tery with novice and advanced art
dancer goes from Members’ Only Opening Night bookmakers alike. In this bilingual
Glen Ellen to Mexico Reception: Libros de Artista and An workshop, students will gain under-
Eye for Adventure: Photographs by standing of a variety of techniques,
ROBBI PENGELLY/INDEX-TRIBUNE
Jack London tools and methods, and create their

D
uring San Fran- SVMA members are invited to the A piece from the ‘Libros de Artista: own unique art book. Tickets: $95
cisco’s Pan Pacific first exhibition opening reception Artist’s Books from Mexico and the SVMA members, $110 general
Exhibition of of 2018, celebrating the exhibitions Mexican Diaspora,’ the newest show at public.
1915, Jack and Charmian Notes from “Libros de Artista: Artist’s Books the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art.
Saturday, Feb. 24, 11 a.m.
London met a performer
named La Estrellita. Es- Glen Ellen from Mexico and the Mexican Dias-
pora” and “An Eye for Adventure: to 4 p.m.
trellita, born Stella Hurtig
in 1879, was a raven-haired
BJ Blanchard Photographs by Jack London.” Not experiences as a photographer –
yet a member? Join at svma.org.
Art Book Exploration: Amate Pa-
both in his journalism career, and per Surfaces with Rhiannon Alpers
beauty from Cincinnati. on his travels. Following the talk, Inspired by SVMA’s concurrent
The mysterious Stella Sunday, Jan. 21, 2 p.m. Hodson will be on hand to sign exhibition “Libros de Artista,” San
came from a vaudeville In Conversation: Sue Hodson with copies of her book. Tickets for Francisco art bookmaker Rhian-
family of performers from Helaine Glick on Jack London the talk: $10 SVMA members, $15 non Alpers will guide participants
Ohio, and baby Stella was Sue Hodson, former curator of general public. in an exploration of the textures
a phenomenal dancer. literary manuscripts at the Hun- and colors of Mexican Amate
Stella reinvented herself tington Library and co-author of Tuesday, Jan. 23, 11 a.m. paper. Using provided bark papers
as a Spanish dancer called the book “Jack London, Photog- to 4 p.m. alongside other papers, students
La Estrellita (“little star” rapher” (2010), in conversation Contemplando el Proceso de un will learn laminating techniques for
in Spanish), and became with Helaine Glick, guest curator Libro de Artista; Contemplating their pieces before binding. Tickets:
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The entrancing Es- graphs: An Eye for Adventure.” Antonio Guerra González public.
trellita gained fame and Hodson will speak about London’s Attendees will be led through
fortune touring the U.S.
and danced for the kings
and queens of Europe,
including Queen Victoria
in London. In sequined
mantillas, combs of jade

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Men fought and died in du-
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San Francisco Chronicle by 7-foot painting on heavy
described her as “the big paper couldn’t fit in his
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castanets and the slight- Village (where the Eric
est tremble of her small Ross Winery is now), so he
arched body she could hung it in the Jack London
hold a packed house in Saloon, where it stayed for
silent rapture.” many years on the wall
She was vivacious and opposite the bar.
exciting, and became In 1988, the painting
friends with the Londons was bought off the wall
in Glen Ellen. Estrellita by Lorraine Pasini as
visited Beauty Ranch a birthday gift for her
and later was featured as husband Luis, and hung in
the luscious Ida Barton the hallway of their Mexi-
in Jack London’s story can-style home on Garric
“Kanaka Surf.” Avenue for a decade or
In her middle age, so. Luis died around 2000
Estrellita lived with her and Lorraine Pasini fled
husband Paul Jones in California for the tropical
Piedmont. Jones was orig- climes of Central Mexico,
inally a chemist from the taking Estrellita with her.
farmlands of Nebraska, Lorraine, who once owned
adored his exquisite wife, the award-winning Glen
and in retirement devel- Ellen Inn before it was
oped fine exotic perfumes Olea, opened a charming
for her – with names like bed-and-breakfast on a
Ikele (the gardenia), Ua tiny cobblestone alley in
Lani (heavenly mist) and picturesque Ajijic on the
one named for his beloved, shores of Lake Chapala
Amber Estrellita. and named it Estrallita’s
After Jack and later Bed & Breakfast.
Charmian died, Estrellita This exciting work
and Jones were living in of art, having traveled
retirement in their 23- over the years through
room mansion, concocting
their lovely perfumes.
Oakland, Glen Ellen and
Mexico, hangs in a place of A dynamic setting for employers to meet and assess local
The retired dancer was honor at the entrance. So
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■■ STRICTLY BUSINESS ■

Another new Mexican spot, female leaders, cannabis and more


Business news from Country in Rohnert from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 18495 Sonoma Highway.
Park. This event typical- 3033 Cleveland Ave., in
in and around the ly sells out in advance. Santa Rosa. The fair will

Kunde news:
Valley ■ be focused on hiring Sonoma County’s
Chamber lunch: new staff for all member Design Review Commis-
A closing and an The Chamber of Com- service positions, includ- sion reviewed Kunde Es-
opening: The restau- merce is hosting a lun- ing opportunities for tate Winery’s proposed
rant next to McDonalds cheon honoring “Women those looking to make 5,776-square-foot barrel
(18976 Sonoma Highway) Leaders in the Face of a change from hospital- building and large cov-
that formerly housed Disaster” on Thursday, ity, retail or other ser- ered patios. Direct ques-
Mission Viejo and most Feb. 1. A panel of local vice-related industries. tions about the project
recently Taqueria y women leaders who led Interested applicants to county planner Scott
Torteria Timilpan will the community through can review current Orr, Scott.Orr@sonoma.
soon be an entirely the October fires will openings at redwoodcu. county.org.
new Mexican restau- be honored. The event Taqueria y Torteria Timilpan on Sonoma Highway has org/careers and sched- ■
rant, called Las Palmas is from 12:45 to 2 p.m. at closed, but the space won’t be empty for long. ule an appointement or Change at Read-
Ranch. The new owner Ramekins. apply online. ers: Readers’ Books is
hopes to open by as early ■ Park. For every year it SF Sketchfest, a two- ■ tidying up and rear-
as the end of January. Name change: has been in business, its week comedy festival Decluttering: On ranging some parts of
More to follow. Oakmont’s First employees have voted featuring 200 shows at Sunday, Jan. 21, 10:30 the store. Owner Jude
■ Community Bank has to earn it a “Best Places 15 venues across San a.m. to noon, Plain Weinberger announced
State of the changed its name to Pop- to Work” award in the Francisco on Jan. 11-28. Jane’s Consignment that they will no longer
County: The Sonoma py Bank. The bank was North Bay. poppy.bank SPARC will be onsite Store is hosting a declut- sell audio books or used
County Economic Devel- organized by nine prom- ■ with tables, knowledge- tering workshop with children’s books. And, as
opment Board is hosting inent business leaders in Cannabis spon- able ambassadors and professional organizer of press time, both were
its 2018 State of the 2004 and now has grown sors: SPARC has bro- 420-positive swag. Kari Wishingrad. Orga- 50 percent off and calen-
County: Annual Report to nine branches in sev- ken new ground in the ■ nizing questions will be dars were 25 percent off.
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Superfood bar comes to the rescue


El Huerto to fill Sonoma’s super-food bars or places where
they served acai bowls,” said
‘healthy food gap,’ say ‘We want to fill the Susan. “Since our goal was to
owners healthy food gap.’ eventually open a restaurant we
decided to speed up the process,
By LORNA SHERIDAN — Co-owner Susan Coronado and started working on getting
INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER El Huerto of Sonoma open. We

W
hen Jamba Juice closed are a young family of four trying
in the West Napa Street Susan and her husband our hardest to be a positive im-
Safeway, acai fans were Adrian, both 30, have been pact to our community through
left without any place local to honing their “eat fresh” offering our love for good clean honest
buy a bowl of the frozen super- for about two years. Previous- food.”
fruit. ly, they owned a fresh fruit, “Both my husband and I come
But this week a young couple smoothies and crepes kiosk from families of farmers who
opens El Huerto, a superfood at the Northgate Mall in San have passed on their passion ROBBI PENGELLY/INDEX-TRIBUNE
bar in the back left corner of Rafael. for people and food down to us,” Adrian and Susan Coronado, owners of El Heurto – a new restaurant in
Maxwell Village, between Little But they moved to Sonoma said Susan. “One day we hope the Maxwell Village shopping center featuring tasty, healthy food.
Caesars and Great Clips. last year and immediately fell in to have a farm with an orchard
“We want to bring to Sonoma love with everything about the so I can cook the family meals to get El Huerto ready to wel- El Huerto superfood bar is
a casual family-friendly envi- Valley. with freshly picked ingredients.” come the public on Friday, Jan. open seven days a week at 19213
ronment where you can expe- “We moved here because we She grew up in California, and 19 when they open at noon. Sonoma Highway; weekdays
rience acai bowls, super-foods knew it was the right commu- Adrian in Mexico. “We believe in being a blessing from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Satur-
and crepes, all of which are nity for our kids to grow up in,” “We avoid anything processed to everyone around you, and we days from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and
made with fresh ingredients said Susan, referring to their such as powders and syrup hope to be just that for Sonoma,” Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
on a daily basis,” said Susan 3-year-old son and 9-month-old in the food we prepare,” she said Susan. “Through hard work The menu is online at elhuerto-
Corpnado. “We want to fill the daughter. explained. “We make everything and steps of faith we now get to healthysna.wixsite.com/clean.
healthy-food gap. We hope to “After we settled, we dis- fresh including our acai bowls.” see our dreams come true with Email story ideas to business-
bring more energy to Sonoma.” covered that there were no The Coronados worked hard El Huerto.” news@sonomanews.com.

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PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE


NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION FICTITIOUS
AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the Planning Director of the City of Sonoma, after FILE NO. 2017-03777
completing an Initial Study, finds and determines that the project described below The following person (persons) is (are)
will not have a significant impact upon the environment. These findings are based doing business as:
on an Initial Study which may be reviewed at City Hall, No. 1 the Plaza, Sonoma, 1) JMB Consulting, 2) Presence of Mind
CA 95476. Consulting located at 566 Linda Dr.
Notice is hereby further given that the Planning Commission of the City of So- Sonoma, CA 95476 Sonoma County,
noma, at a meeting on February 8, 2018, to be held in the Community Meeting is hereby registered by the follow-
Room at 177 First Street West, will conduct a public hearing on the project ing owner(s): Jennifer Claire MacNeil
described below, including consideration of the recommendation to adopt a Miti- Blackwood 566 Linda Dr. Sonoma, CA
gated Negative Declaration, at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may 95476
be reached: This business is conducted by: An
Individual
Project Description: Application of Sonoma Square Market, LLC for a Use Per- The registrant commenced to trans-
mit and related approvals to reconfigure and expand the Sonoma Cheese Fac- act business under the fictitious name
tory, located at 2 West Spain Street, as a multi-tenant market place, including or names above on N/A.
consideration of potential related improvements to the Casa Grande Parking lot to I declare that all information in this
improve parking and pedestrian and transit access. statement is true and correct. Signed:
Public response requested: The public is hereby invited to comment on the Jennifer Blackwood, an Individual
ROBBI PENGELLY/INDEX-TRIBUNE projects or the proposed Mitigated Negative Declarations by sending written This statement was filed with the
comments to the Planning Commission, c/o Sonoma City Hall, No. 1 The Plaza, County Clerk of SONOMA COUNTY on
Scott Powell from B & V Whiskey Bar and Grille toasted the evening at last year’s Sonoma, CA 95476, to be received no later than February 8, 2018. Interested 11/28/2017
persons are also invited to attend the public hearings and address any comments I hereby certify that this copy is a
Martini Madness at MacArthur Place. directly to the Planning Commission. The Mitigated Negative Declaration/Initial correct copy of the original statement

It’s Martini Madness time


Study, written comments on the Mitigated Negative Declarations if any, and the on file in my office.
project file are available for review at the Sonoma City Hall. A staff report for the WILLIAM F. ROUSSEAU
project will normally be available on the Friday prior to the meeting date. Sonoma County Clerk
The City of Sonoma has, by resolution, adopted the time limits set forth in Cali- By /s/ Julie Garfia
fornia Civil Procedure Section 1094.6. Pursuant to these time limits, should any Deputy Clerk
member of the public seek judicial review of a decision on the projects, such ac- SEAL
tion must be filed no later than the ninetieth day following the date that the admin-
Taste the insanity at MacArthur Place. uses one of four premium istrative decision becomes final.
2796130 - Pub. Jan 5, 12, 19, 26,
2018 4ti.
Twelve local bartend- spirits. Bacardi is a lead
MacArthur Place
Publish two times: Friday, January 19, 2018 and Tuesday, January 23, 2018
FICTITIOUS
ers and four “celebrity” sponsor of this year’s ______________________________ BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
Rebekah Barr, City Clerk FILE NO. 2017-04083
bartenders from around event.
The following person (persons) is (are)
By LORNA SHERIDAN the country will set up The doors at Saddles 2797428 – Pub Jan 19, 23, 2018 2ti.
doing business as:
INDEX-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER stations on Friday night. open at 5 p.m. on Friday, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING POWICANA FARM located at 22985

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BURNDALE ROAD, BLDG A & B
ew MacArthur The celebrity bartenders Jan. 19 and the restaurant Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of the City of Sonoma, at a
meeting on February 8, 2018, to be held in the Community Meeting Room at 177 SONOMA, CA 95476; Mailing Address
Place General Man- will each be serving drinks will be open only for ticket First Street West, will conduct public hearings on the projects described below at PO BOX 262 VINEBURG, CA 95487
Sonoma County, is hereby registered
ager Brian Rich- from a branded station but holders. 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be reached:
by the following owner(s): HEIRS
1. Application of Auteur Wines for a Use Permit to allow outdoor seating in
ards has never attended not competing. Saddles staff will be conjunction with a wine tasting facility on the property at 373 First Street West.
OF MY DREAM WINERY, INC. 22985
BURNDALE ROAD, BLDG A & B
Sonoma’s famous Martini “They are a way to add serving eight to 10 rotated 2. Application of Jeff Zappelli for a Use Permit to allow outdoor seating in con- SONOMA, CA 95476
Madness but he’s getting value for everyone who small bites. junction with a wine tasting facility (WALT Winery Sonoma) on the property at 380 This business is conducted by: A CA
First Street West. Corporation
excited to see what all the attends,” said Richards. Attendees will vote for 3. Application of Michael B. Ross, AIA for a Use Permit to allow the expansion The registrant commenced to trans-
fuss is about. His staff is “These folk are the best of their favorite martinis of a hotel and restaurant, including an increase in restaurant seating, on the prop- act business under the fictitious name
or names above on N/A.
erty at 29 East MacArthur Street (APNs 128-081-002 and 128-091-005).
hard at work transforming the best.” in a variety of categories I declare that all information in this
4. Application of Bear Flag Engineering, Inc. for a Tentative Map to subdivide
every inch of the proper- The dozen locals will including the Best Martini the property at 249 First Street West into four lots.
statement is true and correct. Signed:
BELEN CEJA, PRESIDENT
ty’s restaurant, veranda compete to serve the most in Sonoma 2018. Public response requested: The public is hereby invited to comment on these This statement was filed with the
and covered porch into a delicious and creative Tickets are $65, or $125 projects by sending written comments to the Planning Commission, c/o Sonoma
City Hall, no later than February 8, 2018. Interested persons are also invited
County Clerk of SONOMA COUNTY on
12/28/2017
perfect set-up for the pop- drink using a martini glass. including a special three- to attend the public hearing and address any comments directly to the Planning I hereby certify that this copy is a
ular annual event. While “Anything goes inside course Saddles dinner. Commission. The project applications and related materials are available for re-
view at the Sonoma City Hall, No. 1, the Plaza, Sonoma, CA 95476. A staff report
correct copy of the original statement
on file in my office.
Gary Saperstein, interim the glass,” said Richards. Twenty-five percent of on the projects will normally be available on the Friday prior to the Commission WILLIAM F. ROUSSEAU
director of the Sonoma Instead of being restricted profits will go to fire meeting. Sonoma County Clerk
By /s/ Julie Garfia
The City of Sonoma has, by resolution, adopted the time limits set forth in Cali-
Valley Visitors Bureau to drinks with an olive, relief via redwoodcu.org/ fornia Civil Procedure Section 1094.6. Pursuant to these time limits, should any Deputy Clerk
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is helping out, this is the as in previous years, the northbayfirerelief. Tickets member of the public seek judicial review of a decision on the projects, such ac-
tion must be filed no later than the ninetieth day following the date that the admin- 2796670 - Pub. Jan 12, 19, 26, Feb 2,
first year the competition bartenders will be able at macarthurplace.com/ istrative decision becomes final. 2018 4ti.
has been spearheaded by to serve any drink that saddles/ Date of Notice: Friday, January 19, 2018 and Tuesday, January 23, 2018
_______________________________ SONOMA COUNTY HISTORY
Rebekah Barr, City Clerk

Benefit concert at the Sebastiani


2797429 – Pub Jan 19, 23, 2018 2ti.
In 1808/1812
SONOMA COUNTY HISTORY Russian ship Kadiak, com-
SONOMA COUNTY HISTORY
manded by Ivan Kuskoff,
Sheila Whitney, Syd James and
Jennifer Wood are performing in In 1843 In 1903 sailed into Bodega Bay
a Jazz, Rock and Rhythm fund- Jasper O’Farrell arrived in Trotter Lou Dillon set looking for a trading base;
raiser for the Sebastiani Theatre San Francisco, eventually records in 1903-4, and a colony was established
Foundation at 7 p.m. on Monday, acquiring Estero America- brought worldwide atten- at Ft. Ross on the Sonoma
Jan. 22. Joining them onstage no and Canada de Jonive, tion to horse breeding coast in 1812, hoping to
are John Simon on piano, Tom activities in Santa Rosa. prosper in the sea otter
some of best land in So-
Shader on bass, Christian trade. The chapel at Fort
Foley-Beining on guitar and noma County. The area in The Petaluma and Santa
west part of county is later Rosa Railroad was incor- Ross became first church
Kendrick Freeman on percus-
known as Analy Township. porated June 20, 1903. in the county.
sion. General seating tickets are
$20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Tickets are available at brown- Copyright © 2010 Copyright © 2010 Copyright © 2010
Sonoma County Historical Society Sonoma County Historical Society Sonoma County Historical Society
papertickets.com/event/3194983 P.O. Box 1373, Santa Rosa, CA 95402 P.O. Box 1373, Santa Rosa, CA 95402 P.O. Box 1373, Santa Rosa, CA 95402
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SWEETHEART GAL A & AUCTION

SATURDAY EVENING AT 5 PM

February 10, 2018


MAXWELL CLUBHOUSE | SONOMA, CA | A BLACK TIE AFFAIR

5 PM Reception & Silent Auction | 7 PM Dinner & Live Auction


After Party to Follow

HONORING
Marchelle Carleton & Larry Krieger

TICKETS & SPONSORSHIPS


$250 Per Person (Early Bird Pricing) | $300 Per Person (After 1/1/18)
To purchase tickets visit bgcsonoma.org/sweetheart.html or call (707) 938.8544x122

A Benefit for Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley