Cindy Skinner's healthy, thriving and abundant garden is the result of a holistic approach to gardening, including moon phase gardening.
This is the time of year when we start to prepare our soil beds for spring planting. Because Napa County has large rural areas and many househ…
After a lunch at Tra Vigne in 1997, John Boich was feeling a "bit buzzed" when he walked into a real estate office -- and changed his life.
UpStage Napa Valley is offering complimentary, virtual performances of the fourth segment of their Shelter-in-Place series, “A Hard Choice” wh…
A new chef at Charter Oak, Slanted Door pop-ups at Press in St. Helena, and dinner help from Angèle restaurant in Napa.
Perennials vegetables give back a lot for relatively little effort.
Nostalgia is back in style with personal, meaningful things, private, delineated spaces, comforting earth tones and warm natural materials.
Arts Council Napa Valley announces its students of the month in arts for December.
Napa County restaurants are offering these to-go specials in January.
Master Gardener Penny Pawl shares advice on growing camillias.
Sure, there’s a certain comfort in sameness. Fear of the unknown and unpronounce-ability keep most safe-leaning wine buyers from venturing far…
Online arts and performances for the second week of January.
“The Aquatic Birds Coloring Book,” by local authors Ellyn Elson and Lawrence (Larry) M. Elson is the 10th science-based coloring book created …
A call for artists, and Napa County holiday shows to enjoy online.
Roses grow well in Napa County. Here are tips to help them thrive.
Where the old school resolution “lose 10 pounds,” can add stress during an already stressful time, the resolution chestnut “get organized,” ha…
Each week, the Napa Valley Register shares photos of your pets in the newspaper as part of our Pic of the Litter feature.
Mark Mazotti created iPOKEshack and iDIMSUMshack pop-ups to fill culinary voids in Napa.
Nothing brings smiles to our faces and joy to our hearts like our pets. Our beloved fur babies offer a much-needed distraction these days, so …
Ficus Benjamina or weeping fig can grow well in a shady spot or even in the house.
For wine producers, 2021 looks to be as tough as 2020.
The university plans to hold an in-person commencement event in May 2021 for the Class of 2020.