- A historical look at myth and crime in Seaside.
- An extraordinary exhibition of ceramics by Toshiko Takaezu closes in one week.
- Asked at Dollar Tree on North Main Street in Salinas
- At 78, Ed Reed is soaring in a new career as singer.
- CHISPA wants affordable senior homes in Marina. The City wants market-rate renters.
- Despite pricey homes and soaring foreclosure rates, there’s hope for first-time buyers.
- Despite safety assurances, controversy swirls around pheromone spray.
- From Big Sur to Paris, a local woman’s fire dancing burns green.
- George Clooney plays a morally bankrupt employee at a law firm in Michael Clayton.
- Issue Oct 11, 2007
- Miró String Quartet opens Chamber Music Monterey Bay season with premiere of new quartet by Kevin Puts.
- Monterey County Superior Court rules on aerial spraying.
- Seaside has big development plans for its near future.
- Seaside’s much-needed redevelopment project has planners dreaming big.
- The Darjeeling Limited follows a trio of brothers on a train ride through India.
- The San Francisco Comedy Tour left the Golden State rolling.
- The Weekly interviews cult filmmaker John Waters on the eve of his talk at Golden State.
- Why humans are the only animal that cooks their food – and should consider reconsidering.