- Animal Style: Madagascar 3 is sweet enough for kids, amusing enough for parents and visually engaging enough for everyone.
- Best-selling author Anthony Swofford talks about hitting bottom – and inspiration for the hellish R.V. trips with his dad that brought him back up.
- China Cats frontman Scott Cooper’s full plate just got a little fuller.
- Cumbia Tokeson’s take on traditional music is an explosion of energy.
- Fee critical to meet state requirements for new water sources and to avoid rationing.
- First open primary doesn’t change the liberal composition of Monterey County reps.
- Foreclosed homeowners face spate of lawsuits, fight back with class action.
- Free Will Astrology
- Game Over: Prometheus looks great, but fails to deliver on anything approaching the best of Ridley Scott.
- Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Shawn Colvin bares it all in a revealing new memoir.
- Holy Cow Guts: Tacos El Jalisciense gives old Seaside taco spot new owner, new flavor, Jalisco-style.
- Issue June 07, 2012
- Jane Parker sweeps District 4 re-election on the tide of Whispering Oaks reversal.
- Just when you thought it was over, meet Heritage Pacific.
- Money and fame didn’t do it for Anthony Swofford – making peace with his past to reinvent his future did.
- Native speakers and local missionaries work to save an indigenous Mexican language.
- PacRep gives Yasmina Reza’s layered God of Carnage the depth it deserves.
- Readers go wild for poorly written romance, proving just how repressed we really are.
- Real Estate
- Squid Doth Speaketh
- The Mystical Arts of Tibet brings messages of peace and awareness through hypnotic song.
- The choices are sort of limitless, but here are the Weekly’s picks for smart summer reading.
- Unparalleled oysters at Sardine Factory and Breakfast Club love for a server who’s sick.
- What’s the craziest chapter in your book of life?
- With the primaries settled, look for the gloves to come off in supes’ races.