Christina Molcillo


Santa Rosa, CA

Christina Molcillo


Newly listed Guerneville home is a one-of-a-kind score

When most buyers are in the market for a new home they may be looking for something special – even if it’s something that may not be particularly out of the ordinary, like a wine cellar or swimming pool. But this newly listed house in Guerneville takes the idea of unique and goes one step further … it’s home to a miniature golf course.
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High-tech microscope dental training available in Healdsburg

Ian van Zyl, owner of Lumin Dentistry, is offering advanced training in microscopic dentistry procedures in Healdsburg this spring and summer. Dentists in Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Mendocino, Colusa, Glenn, Yolo, Marin and other nearby counties are encouraged to attend. The course will include training on up to four different types of microscopes and using operator stools with arm/wrist rests.
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1903 Cloverdale Craftsman home just listed at $640,000

Vintage homes have always been a weak spot of mine, especially any California Arts & Craft, Craftsman, Victorians, or Bungalows. Cloverdale has always seemed like an area that would be home to ranches and rustic styles, so when I caught site of this 1903 Craftsman home I was ecstatic. The wonderful thing about older homes is the artistry that goes into each area; staircases are carefully carved, the walls have molding, and the wood flooring is put down using careful tongue-and-groove installation.
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Custom Sebastopol home listed at $985,000 a mechanics dream

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Hopscotch Gifts & Gallery ribbon cutting

Cutting the ribbon is owner Kay Young. Pictured are (l-r): Jenny Belway, Emily Harris, Charlene Staton, Carla Howell, Aleena Decker, Maggie Young, Kay Young, Janice Hart, Eric Markson, and Priscilla Locke.
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Consignment Cottage: Grand Re-opening

Consignment Cottage celebrated its grand reopening at 459 Healdsburg Avenue on April 5 with a ribbon cutting ceremony sponsored by the Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce.
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Custom home in Windsor just listed for $723,000

In a general sense, when a house is described as ‘custom’ there’s a preconception that it’s going to have something really one-off that other houses in the neighborhood don’t- such as a screening room or wine cellar. For this house, it means more along the lines of granite countertops n the kitchen and a fire pit in the backyard.
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Paul Mahder gallery hosts opening reception for the work of two eminent artists

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Journeyman Meat Co. (Sandwich of the Day) in Healdsburg

What we’re eating at our desk: The Barrel Smoked Ham with smoked ham, tomatoes and mayo on sourdough from Journeyman Meat Co. on Center Street in Healdsburg: $10. And so: I’m going to go ahead and say it: this is the best sandwich I’ve ever eaten. If you go by the picture alone, you may be tempted to shrug and exclaim, “Meh.
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Donate for a chance to win dinner at SingleThread to benefit fire victims

If you’ve heard of SingleThread, you know that dining there is an unforgettable experience. On Sunday, March 25, SingleThread is hosting a charity 11-course collaborative called The Soul of Japan Dinner, with Chef Kyle and Katina Connaughton hosting. The dinner will be cooked by Kyle and Japanese chefs, with assistance from the Culinary Institute of America California Campus, chef Hiroo Chikaraishi of Soul of Japan and Tipping Point.
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Cozy Cloverdale charmer listed at $519,000

Sonoma County is becoming a hot real estate area, which has pushed home prices up in more of the tourist-heavy areas like Santa Rosa and Healdsburg. This charming single-family house in Cloverdale strays away from the nearly million dollar price tags that so many houses are asking through the county.
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Prop 64 isn’t a good deal for a lot of sick people

When Proposition 64 passed last November, many casual users of marijuana were pleased, looking forward to being able to buy cannabis without needing a medical card. However, the downside to the increased availability isn’t just an increase of prices. According to a recent article in the SF Chronicle, medical patients who rely on donated marijuana are left wanting as aid organizations, growers and dispensaries have had to suspend their charity.
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Christina Molcillo

I'm an experienced writer with a background developing online content. This includes blogging, social media, articles, and press releases.

I'm a current member of the Society for Professional Journalists, the National Writers Union, and the Redwood Writers branch of the California Writers Club.

I also have a penchant for old cars and even older houses. Currently, I keep busy with a 1925 bungalow in beautiful Sonoma County.



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