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- A hopeful turnaround for the Museum of Monterey starts with a Rock Scully tribute.
- A look at what’s coming our way in Monterey County arts and culture.
- A pending ordinance may create stricter guidelines for development on Native sites.
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- American Catch reveals how U.S. seafood tastes drifted far from home.
- As he retires, the four-term supervisor reflects on highs, lows and his vision for the future.
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- Be resolved: here’s how to really live and turn off obsessive thoughts of work.
- EDIBLE - The 13 strangest and truest food stories in Monterey County for 2014.
- Edwards Crossing makes DIY magic in San Francisco music scene, visits new Mucky Duck.
- Five more of the most compelling Monterey County stories of 2014.
- Hundreds of new California laws take effect Jan. 1, including dozens by local lawmakers.
- Mike Heard took a break from his job to restore trails in the wilderness. Nine thousand volunteer hours later, he’s still at it.
- One Aquarium volunteer takes civic participation by the snorkel mask.
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- Steven Goings works within and transcends the limits of many local communities in a quest for harmony.
- Sunday brunch series adds lively vibe to Oldtown.
- The Buzz 01.01.15
- The Sea Scribes nurture a passion for penmanship in Monterey.
- The Weekly’s Local Heroes for 2014 make an impact, one quiet act at a time.
- The best Tweets of the year from Monterey’s biggest music events.
- Tia Sukin saw people living in their cars, and hatched an idea – then a program – to keep them safe.
- Who is one of your heroes? Why?
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