- A survey of several good bets for live music this weekend.
- Americans Elect is mounting a high-tech, online challenge to the two-party system, but they’re doing it with big bucks from traditional conservatives.
- As he returns to Carmel’s Sunset Center, David Sedaris only sharpens his commentary’s edge.
- Brower narrowly keeps his seat; candidates sense voter dissatisfaction.
- Cindy and Ted Walter tag giants; BSF&W III goes bon-bon boom.
- Del Rey Oaks reconsiders two development sites after previous plans dried up.
- Free Will Astrology
- Harrison Library brings in Jane Smiley to launch an impressive lineup of author appearances.
- Issue Nov 10, 2011
- Italian tenor Pasquale Esposito makes his second appearance at the National Steinbeck Center.
- Mon Chay Vietnamese Vegetarian Cuisine
- Movement defends Americans’ identity as “We the People,” not “We the Corporations.”
- No major upsets in school board races; Pacific Grove parcel tax fails.
- Occupy Monterey camp at Veterans Park struggles to integrate homeless.
- Occupy is poised to affect true change.
- Real Estate
- Seaside trailer park residents allege unfair property management.
- Squid Speaks
- Stormy Situation: Academy Award nominee Michael Shannon stars as a man with apocalyptic visions in the chilling Take Shelter.
- United States Navy’s Commodores make Peninsula debut with two sellout shows.
- What author, dead or alive, would you spend a day with?