- 168: appx. number of communities in CA that rely on contaminated groundwater. Source: State Water Resources Control Board, Oct. 16 press release
- Alan Haffa’s run for Monterey City Council wins broad support, divides occupiers.
- An East Salinas businessman brings a patch of concrete to life with an eye toward building a neighborhood.
- As Steve Collins’ criminal case develops, judge raises concerns about who knew what when.
- As election nears, critics of biggest local campaign donor file IRS, FPPC complaints.
- Citizen campaign to label GMO foods puts industry on defense, decades after historic local battle.
- Free Will Astrology
- Gaming for Glory: No need for Mr. Fix-It – this animated film fuses gamer cool with kid-friendly story.
- Hip-hop artist/poet F. Stokes brings constructive messages to CSUMB’s Black Box Cabaret.
- How conventional plant breeders in Salinas get the traits they want.
- Issue Nov 01, 2012
- Lawyers tussle over the role of the Peninsula mayors’ authority in the desal mess.
- Melting Point: Forge in the Forest’s old-school vibe rocks, new menu fails to impress.
- Obama ad insults young women voters with creepy, big government paternalism.
- Pinnacles National Monument has a Day of the Dead message: Don’t spook the bats.
- Prolific and quirky multi-talent Jeffrey Lewis is always creating.
- Q: How would you genetically modify yourself?
- Real Estate
- Six days left in the longest and craziest election season ever.
- Testing out six dozen-plus fried chicken flavors at Restaurant 1833.
- The Glenn Miller Orchestra celebrates one of the most renowned big band orchestra leaders of the 1940s.
- Unparalleled massive portrait artist Chuck Close sprawls across MMA La Mirada.
- Up in the Air: Denzel Washington gives the finest performance of his career as an addict turned reluctant hero in Flight.