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Work/Life/Women

May, 2018 Issue

Today’s job market consists of occupations that are dominated by women. Nine out of 10 registered nurses are female, and careers in social work, counseling and human resource management are also highly concentrated by women.


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Work/Life/Spotlight

Author: Mallorie Kerrigan
May, 2018 Issue

Santa Rosa singer, songwriter, performer and contestant on NBC’s The Voice, Dallas Caroline, known locally as Dallas Caroline Dueñas, knew she wanted to be a singer since she was a little girl. “Once I started singing, I knew I would always be a singer,” says the 17-year-old songstress. “Songwriting is my passion—it’s really special to me. And in country music, the songs tell the story.” The Santa Rosa singer-songwriter and contestant on NBC’s “The Voice,” has big dreams of making it in the music industry.


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Work/Life/Leaders

May, 2018 Issue

Welcome to the third annual May Women Business Leaders issue—a celebration of successful, influential North Bay women. The following section features business leaders who are making an impact on the North Bay. We asked these women to speak out and answer two of the following three questions:

•What advice do you have for young women following your professional footsteps today?
•Do you believe women are still trying to make it in a man’s world?
•What changes would you like to see made for women in the workforce in the years ahead?


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Work/Life/Safety

Apr, 2018 Issue

Thousands of North Bay residents learned first-hand how important it is to have a go-bag packed and ready in the event of a fire in October. Pack an emergency supply kit ahead of time, and keep it accessible so you’re prepared if you have to evacuate. Backpacks work well for storing items (except food and water), and are quick to grab. Storing food and water in a tub or an ice chest on wheels will make it easier to transport, but keep it light enough so you can easily lift it into your car.


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Work/Life/In Focus

Author: Karen Hart
Apr, 2018 Issue

When it comes to those who play a key role in protecting community and keeping it thriving, and those who teach to build the future for the next generation, the Sullivan Group of Keller Williams Wine Country Realty is committed to helping those who serve remain in the community. Julie and Morgan Sullivan, a mother-daughter Realtor team, started the Keeping Heroes Local program two years ago. An extension of Homes for Heroes, Inc., a nationwide network of affiliate real estate specialists and local business affiliate, the program offers easy ways for heroes to save when they buy, sell or refinance a home and on everyday home-related purchases.


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Work/Life/Java

NBB Top 500, Mar, 2018

In Petaluma, there’s a coffee shop that embraces agrarianism, medium-roast coffee from small farms worldwide and community gathering.


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Work/Life/Style

NBB Top 500, Mar, 2018

The 2016 Professional Lash & Brow Artists’ Industry Survey compiles information from more than 450 lash technicians across the United States.


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Work/Life/Biz

NBB Top 500, Mar, 2018

Small businesses play an important role in creating jobs, sending products overseas and generating wealth for thousands of families. Here are nine amazing facts about small businesses in the United States from the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Office of Advocacy, which recently released updated information. The SBA defines small business as an independent business with less than 500 employees.


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March Aftermath

Mar, 2018 Issue

The October wildfires ravaged parts of Sonoma County and made headlines around the globe, causing some misconceptions about Sonoma County and tourism. Here are a few myths and the facts from the 2018 Sonoma County Winegrowers Sustainability Report.


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Work/Life/Celebrate

Mar, 2018 Issue

On March 17, Irish folks and beer drinkers alike will take to the traditions of the holiday, celebrating the missionary, St. Patrick, who was responsible for converting the people of Ireland to Christianity.


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Work/Life/Wine

Mar, 2018 Issue

Work/Life/Wine Petaluma Gap: The New AVA, Go-Wine in a Can, Ribbit Ribbit- a Toad Exhibit, Fire & Vintage of 2017 and Fancy RayZyns.


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In Focus

Feb, 2018 Issue

Sonoma County resident and former professional cyclist, Odessa Gunn, has two constants in her life: “I will always ride a bike, and I will always be an advocate for animals,” she says. After living in Europe with former husband and cyclist, Levi Leipheimer, Gunn’s pursuits remain focused on volunteering, rescuing and raising awareness for animals through her many organizations. “My mission is to save as many animals as possible while I’m on this planet,” she says. 


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February Picks

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February Health

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February Sports

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Work/Life/Give

Jan, 2018 Issue

Petaluma preserves Adobe State Park and The Center for Excellence funded by Glassdoor, provides volunteers and funds for student curriculums. 


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December 2017 Fire and Wine

Dec, 2017 Issue

Mother Nature did much to step up harvest season this year. Warm weather in late August and early September combined with heat spikes led to an early harvest. As a result, 90 percent of the grapes were harvested before the fires.


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In Focus

Author: Karen Hart
Dec, 2017 Issue

 When Troy and Connie Newton moved into their new home on Viewpointe Circle a year-and-a-half ago with their young son, Ryder, they knew right away they were settling into a special place. The neighbors dropped by with gifts and cards, and they were invited to monthly gatherings. “This is a neighborhood that looks out for each other,” says Troy, a detective and member of the SWAT team with the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.


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June 2017 Picks

NBB Best Of, Jun, 2017

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June 2017 Events

NBB Best Of, Jun, 2017

June 2017 Events

Enjoy an outdoor concert experience with Transcendence Theatre Company’s Broadway Under the Stars, located in the open-air ruins of Jack London State Historic Park this summer. “It’s hard to imagine summer in Sonoma without Broadway Under the Stars,” says Amy Miller, artistic director for Transcendence.


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January 2017 People

Author: Elaine B. Holtz.
Jan, 2017 Issue

"Youth is our future and if we connect them to the power of community service we help them discover their capacity for leadership and help create a much happier community."—Cathryn Couch, Ceres Community Project


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January 2017 Support

Jan, 2017 Issue

Work to support those in need in the North Bay.


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January 2017 Help

Jan, 2017 Issue

For people who don’t have (or can’t get) health insurance, the price of a life- or career-saving surgery can be prohibitive.


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January 2017 Give

Jan, 2017 Issue

Organizations work to benefit the community and beyond.

 


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December 2016 Picks

Dec, 2016 Issue

New picks in the North Bay.


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Women Who Lead

Trying times have a way of bringing out the best in people, and the North Bay’s women more than showed their mettle when wildfires tore through parts of Napa and Sonoma counties in October 201...

9-1-1 What is Your Emergency

Until there’s an emergency, you don’t give much thought to the trained professionals who work in our local dispatch centers. Dial 9-1-1 in the North Bay and you can count on reaching a h...

Todays Working Moms

For working mothers today, much of the stigma previous generations dealt with such as being viewed as unstable, unreliable, or not loyal in the workplace, are gone—having been replaced with em...

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