The 25th Anniversary Issue

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The Weekly's 25Th Anniversary Issue: A look at how the Weekly got here – and what’s ahead in the brave new world of new media.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: Game-changing local leaders reflect on their most important reminders.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Weekly seeks out some of the movers and shakers who will shape Monterey County for the next few decades. (**By no means a comprehensive list.)

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The Weekly’s first (and best) line of defense is a snappy redhead from Seaside.

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Squid Speaks…And speaks. And speaks. The undercover cephalopod, who joined the Weekly’s ranks in 1997, dives deep into the wayback machine and pulls a selection of greatest hits.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Future of the Oceans - Affecting a sea change in how we view the oceans requires education, and a lot of it.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Future of Us - The great American melting pot simmers, and everyone needs to adapt.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Future of the Mexican Mexifornia was born in Monterey. Sure the gabachos tried to kill it, but here it will continue to flourish.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Future of Democracy – With America at a turning point, we can govern through leadership or we can govern via crisis.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Future of Food – Peeling back the layers on food production reveals a potentially bright future.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Future of the Future - As we enter the technolithic era, it’s time to be aware of technology taking over for emotions.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Future of Culture - The next great cultural revolution unfolds before our eyes, and those driving it don’t care what anyone thinks about it.

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The Weekly's 25th Anniversary Issue: The Future of Health Care – An aging population, unhealthy habits and fewer resources should sound a wake-up call for us all.

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