- A wave of multicultural, conscious hip-hop outfits gather to celebrate local wordsmith Cambio’s new release.
- Aleks Raskin finds inspiration for his unique “photos” in an aborted biochem career, and meditation.
- Ambitious Eats: El Callejón in Oldtown Salinas does seafood and nightlife quite nicely.
- Balanced budget amendment will require radical shifts in government, a fact nobody seems to get.
- Even as it closes in on three quarters of a century, Carmel Bach Festival grows more adventurous and accessible in its programming.
- Fire Department remains relatively plump while City Hall starves.
- Free Will Astrology
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 sends J.K. Rowling’s gang out with a bang.
- Issue July 14, 2011
- Marina Coast hires spendy defense attorney for its GM, anticipates criminal investigation.
- Marina mariner detained in Greece after setting out on humanitarian mission to Gaza.
- Pacific Grove native Sean Smith readies to release a standout album wielding addictive experimental sound.
- Pianist-composer Stephen Prutsman constantly evolves the meaning of Bach.
- Potter’s vote on Whispering Oaks could dog his re-election run.
- Ratepayers are SOL if the current desal project proceeds.
- Real Estate
- Seaside’s free Blues in the Park series raises temps with help from a rock legend’s offspring.
- Sheriff Scott Miller transfers detective who sued him after meth bust of Miller’s son.
- Squid Speaks
- Twenty insights into the reason for Carmel’s classical-music season.
- Western Stage’s brave new “Theatre on the Edge” aims at young theater fans.
- What does classical music make you think of?
- What the new Mucky Duck has to do with the end of your existence.
- Winnie the Pooh: confessions of a honey addict.