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BOTTG’s Spring Production Ends May 11

Get tickets now to Benicia Old Town Theatre Group’s spring production of SWEAT, a Pulitzer-prize winning play by Lynn Nottage

Three Prominent Women Wine Makers in the Napa and Sonoma Valleys

Women are increasingly making their way into top wine industry positions, including Stephanie Putman at Raymond, Margo Van Staaveren at Chateau St. Jean and Stephanie Jacobs at Cakebread.

Benicians comprise half of Vallejo Choral Society

Derek Tam, the new Artistic Director of the VCS, will bring his deft direction and infectious enthusiasm to upcoming June concerts.

Heavy Winter Rains Yield Abundant Wildflowers and Waterfalls

The Bay Area offers many cascading waterfalls and wonderful wildflower displays, accessed in regional parks throughout the Bay from Sunol to Sugarloaf.

Get Tickets Now for Annual Benicia Waterfront Footrace

The chip-timed, USATF Run For Education is an annual event drawing over 700 people from around the Bay, organized by the Benicia Education Foundation.

Local Live Music In and Around Benicia

Music you love at local venues continues in April 2019. Check out your favorite bands at Lucca Beer Garden, Vallejo’s Empress Theatre, Uptown Theatre in Napa and Freight & Salvage in Berkeley.

Carquinez Strait Secrets Revealed

Interesting facts about Benicia’s waterfront, including history’s nearby lighthouses

Benicia Main Street’s St. Patrick’s Day Beer Crawl

A sea of green comes Downtown Benicia as Irish culture is enthusiastically celebrated at annual beer crawl March 16.

Library Gallery Bursts With Colorful Art In March

Three artists share their vision of color and place at Benicia Public Library, showcasing sculpture and paintings influenced by their travels.

Plein Air Gallery Artist Captures the Essence Of Time

Watercolor artist Joanne Masias Gustilo uses her brush to catch the natural world’s ephemeral moments.