- ?uestlove describes the urban inspiration that keeps the Roots touring constantly.
- Asked at Old Monterey Marketplace.
- Cake continues to sharpen alt-music’s edge.
- California pledged to reduce carbon emissions with AB 32, but the devil is in the details.
- Cities can build community if leaders dare to dream.
- Disclosure of moth pheromone product’s inert ingredients incite a legal battle.
- In 30 Days of Night, an Alaskan town has to deal with a month of darkness and vampires.
- Issue Oct 18, 2007
- Local auto shops lead the eco-certification movement.
- Loved by big name jazz artists, pianist Dick Whittington holds court at Cypress Inn.
- Michael Franti and Spearhead unleash a stirring chorus of consciousness.
- Revered operatic soprano Frederica von Stade opens the Carmel Music Society season with songs from Schuman to Heggie.
- Seaside honors the mastermind behind city hall.
- Singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson sings at Sunset; his tunes are international hits, and for the ages.
- The Ol’ Factory fills a formerly dead corner with all kinds of cool.
- The first ever Monterey Music Summit takes on some lofty goals with the help of a remarkable roster of artists.
- The soul-killing streets of a city come to life in Ben Affleck’s directorial debut, Gone Baby Gone.
- This moment’s new mediums bring new artists to the big time by way of Monterey.
- Zap Mama channels her travels into a powerful pulse of Africanafunkreggaesoul.