- P.G. library, Carmel Valley votes could still swing.
- State releases Coastal Water Project EIR.
- Asked at at Francesca’s Fresh Eats and Sweets.
- Carmel Valley incorporation measure goes down swinging.
- Cash’d Out, Darktown Rounders and others play a benefit at Blue Fin.
- Issue Nov 05, 2009
- Jury duty breaks are a fine time to taste downtown Salinas.
- Library, Water Board and School District results trail in.
- Local couple survives cancer, raises fish, comforts soldiers and adopts aliens.
- Long-touring WAR thunders into Carmel’s Sunset Center.
- Measure K supporters mourn loss of police-funding plan.
- Metropolitan Opera’s live and global simulcasts are a high-definition hit.
- More of the interview with Bulisa Project co-founder Bill Sullivan
- Pacific Grove native Erik Johnson’s fresh sandwich empire adds an outpost in Monterey.
- Portola’s real landing place – Pacific Grove.
- Seaside police union targets city manager, interim bosses.
- Testimony from a reluctant Monterey County juror.
- The United Nations Association Film Festival proffers powerful humanitarian portraits.
- There are plenty of ways to wriggle out of service, but some excuses just don’t stick.
- True Lies: 'The Men Who Stare at Goats' succeeds at silliness but fails at journalism.
- Ventana shines, Big Sur Food & Wine goes big and Great Wine Escape soars.
- Voters OK sale, but court fight may continue.