- A new kind of jazz musician debuts.
- After a half century of excellence, Monterey Jazz Festival continues to evolve.
- Bilingual programs improve academic growth.
- Board gears up for another fight at upcoming meeting.
- Coastal states watch California launch its marine reserve network.
- Danny Bakewell Jr. pledges to build affordable housing in Seaside – again.
- From Seattle gray to Monterey bluez, Dave Lemon sings his truth.
- Gerald Wilson shines at 89.
- Henri Matisse: Jazz plays beautifully.
- How do you feel about downtown Marina?
- Issue Sep 20, 2007
- Lynda Jardine’s music softens illness and death.
- Marina plan envisions a walkable, mixed-use city center.
- More major reasons to rediscover the Carmel institution.
- Paprika is a mind-bending collision of reality and the dream world rendered in anime.
- Professor Philip Zimbardo visits CSUMB to explain.
- The Dimes’ new CD is inspired by stories from beneath the floorboards.
- The jazz world lost three greats in 2007.
- Wave Street Studios launches recording powerhouse from granny’s house.