- Another wave of stimulus cash flows into Elkhorn Slough.
- Asked at Wharf Two in Monterey.
- California Roots Festival scores a big name for its debut at Monterey Fairgrounds.
- Crime Story: The Square combines a noir narrative with strong performances in a gripping tale about heavy duty evildoers.
- Digesting vital vittles from Cooking for Solutions (and other food wonders).
- Issue May 27, 2010
- Jake Gyllenhaal shines in surprisingly entertaining video game remake from the Bruckheimer hit machine.
- Local house concerts provide struggling musicians with respite from economic travails.
- Monterey downtown plan hits a speed bump amidst troubled economy.
- Monterey school district in line for badly needed federal funds but disputes over transfers continue.
- New Alisal school chief Franco brings educational – and musical – skills to troubled district.
- Seaside nonprofit refurbishes used computers for low-income locals.
- Serious Game: Courtside Café’s David Frappiea hits a winner with an under-the-radar eatery.
- Studying the way things rumble in The Earthquake Capital of the World (and Monterey County).
- The Weekly editorial board’s endorsements for the June 8th primary elections.
- The Forest Theater launches an ambitious season celebrating 100 years of incomparable culture-by-the-sea.
- The Monterey Symphony puts on an educational concert for thousands of local children.
- The Stones release a buffed-up version of their underground classic.
- Treasurer candidate Ron Holly may pay the price for false claims that he’s a lawyer.