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Childhood Menu

Childhood Menu

October 18, 2017

Cherry On Top

Cherry On Top

October 6, 2017

Staff of the Gaucho Gazette tried different ice cream places in Sonoma County, from mochi to Wicked Slush,...

Gifted

Ophelia Chiang and Tessa Hughes

May 15, 2017

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It is difficult to make a played-out plot watchable, from each romantic comedy to every action-laced film, movies have used the same storyline for years on end. A common one? The custody battle for the endearing, scene-stealing child who the audience adores. “Gifted” followed exactly that plot line, but it somehow manag...

Worth It – Donuts Edition

Patrick Mantoani

May 15, 2017

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The name “Sunrise” is a perfectly adequate name for this doughnut shop. Upon entering this haven at the later hours of the day, one is subject to any number of free “leftover” donuts to accompany the doughtnuts they purchase at an already extremely low price. Sunrise almost wins this competition outright with their friendly bu...

A Call to Arms World War One: A Petaluma Perspective

Gabi Cervantes and Patrick Mantoani

May 15, 2017

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There is always plenty to learn about history. Countless wars and battles have left society with the decisions of various disagreements. On the days of April 2nd through 21, the Petaluma Historical Museum brought a very impactful war to heart. The museum featured an exhibit called “A Call to Arms World War One: A Petaluma ...

13 Reasons Why: Welcome To Your Tape

13 Reasons Why: Welcome To Your Tape

May 15, 2017

Netflix Original’s latest rapidly rising hit “13 Reasons Why” reveals the traumatic experiences and b...

Mac vs.PC: The Best Computer For You

Patrick Mantoani and Jessica Tang

April 1, 2017

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Macs vs. PCs: the immortal problem of which is better has long been debated by the people. It’s difficult to say which is objectively better; the performances of the two operating systems vary depending on what you judge them by, such as user interface, aesthetics, and programming. Nonetheless, it is quite easy to shed light...

Hiking Trail: Helen Putnam

Hiking Trail: Helen Putnam

April 1, 2017

What's the criteria for a good date? Does it have to be active or stimulating? Creative, amusing, or thought-p...

Simmer

Simmer

April 1, 2017

Nestled in the corner of the plaza on North McDowell Boulevard, Simmer is a small but thriving Vietnam...

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

April 1, 2017

On Friday, March 17, a 1991 Disney classic was remade in live action form. Starring Emma Watson as B...

Fast Food Fight: They’re Frying Their Hardest

Patrick Mantoani

February 25, 2017

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The classic In-N-Out fry is revered throughout California as one of the more fresh and healthy fast food fry options. Because of this, it manages a perfect five in the oiliness category. While other restaurants leave one’s lips and fingers glazed with grease, In-N-Out keeps their usage to a minimum, and thus keeps their customers...

Black History Month: Vintage Jazz and Blues Concert

Sonia Goetschius and Katie Marr

February 25, 2017

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On February 3, the Petaluma Museum Association and Petaluma Blacks for Community Development kicked off their series of celebrations for Black History Month with the Vintage Jazz and Blues Concert. This was the fifth year the concert has been put on in partnership with the annual Black History Month Exhibit. This year it featured...

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