- A Senegalese drum group goes off with serious joy.
- A local sage plies the minds of two pure-bred pooches.
- American Iconoclast: Skilled documentarian Alex Gibney trains his lens on Hunter S. Thompson in Gonzo.
- As it celebrates a 10-year anniversary, tiny Parsonage Winery closes in on cult status by way of big flavor.
- Asked at Salinas Rural Fire Department in Monterey.
- Big Sur residents and businesses total their losses – and wait for more help from the feds.
- Cabrillo’s world premieres challenge listeners to embrace modern music.
- Church network pushes for county reentry facility.
- Curtis Salgado inspired The Blues Brothers, then survived terminal cancer.
- Experts may beg to differ, but Americans know the truth.
- GERALD ALBRIGHT
- Issue Jul 31, 2008
- Marina Democrats are organizing for council, water board seats.
- New local literary journal Cadillac Cicatrix quietly gathers quality content with plenty of edges.
- Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History metamorphoses into a private-public partnership.
- Shopping has become the new reading.
- Tell Everyone: Rousing French thriller Tell No One barrels along at a thrilling pace.
- There’s a wealth of action to soak up at the Pebble Beach Equestrian Classic– for more than just horse lovers.
- Three good values and a tale of two bakeries.
- WOLF PARADE