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A Fun Getaway Road Trip from Yolo to Mendocino

Food & travel writer Bob Ecker takes us on a journey (in a fast, sexy car) from Winters, California, to Mendocino, sampling food, beer, wine and country inns.

Food, Events & Fun Places to Stay in the Northbay

A companion guide to Eckers’ road trip from Yolo County to Mendocino along Highway 128, with events and accommodations hitting all the entertainment high notes of the area.

Six Benicia Women Make a Splash at the Oscars

Christina Strawbridge details an unforgettable Oscars Red Carpet Experience, shared with five friends, and garnering the attention of local and national news.

Of all the many assets Benicia enjoys, it seems what people love most is … the people.

Benicia is a town people love. For a variety of reasons, sunsets, the waterfront, the parades and events, the history and more, it’s the friendliness and small town feel that are valued most.

Gary Passama, NorthBay's President and CEO, to Pass the Torch in 2017

Summary: More exciting changes are happening at NorthBay Healthcare. Following recent announcements of modernization of facilities, cutting edge technology, a Welcome pavilion and key services, NorthBay has promoted from within for their new President and CEO.

Suzanne Foley Sprague Makes Partner At Gizzi & Reep

The Benicia law firm of Gizzi and Reep has chosen Suzanne Foley Sprague as partner, bucking the trend of difficulty for women to advance as law firm partners.

Interview: William “Tags” Tageson’s 50-year Maritime Career

Bill Tageson, “Tags” to his many friends and acquaintances, on his 50-year career as a U.S. Navy officer and diver, and oil-spill abatement / cleanup consultant along with other maritime disaster recovery such as sunken ships and airplanes.

Telling Benicia’s Story Through Its Iconic Buildings

Benicia’s historical buildings, including the State Capitol, Guard and Engine House, Clock Tower and Commanding Officer’s Quarters, set amongst tree lined streets and waterfront charm, help tell its present-day story.

Interview: Jerry Potter’s 40+ Year Career As A Climate Scientist

Jerry Potter has studied the climate for over 40 years, long before the phrase “climate change” was a household term. He studied climatology at UCLA, earning his bachelor’s, master’s and Ph.D. degrees.

Bio: Fary Koh, BrickSpace Owner, Loves Working With Kids

Fary Koh exemplifies the old adage, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” Trying to learn English as a child escaped Fary, but she went on to study at a Canadian Boarding School and received a full-ride scholarship to Michigan State University and has had a distinguished career, including her current business as owner of Benicia BrickSpace. She has a passion for working with kids.