- After a long pandemic shutdown, local musicians are excited to get back to what they love.
- Gathering for Women is hosting its second annual online art fair, featuring work by the nonprofit’s guests.
- Agencies tasked with managing Laguna Grande Park finally get serious.
- A team takes on the monthly effort of analyzing water quality across Elkhorn Slough.
- Letters to the Editor 09.09.21
- A boutique dispensary in Carmel offers medical expertise.
- Game On
- MORSELS 09.09.21
- A summer job was all it took for Susie Brusa to switch gears, becoming a leader to help others succeed.
- Squidfry 09.09.21: Surely Shirley
- Staffing levels vary, but nursing levels are a concern for local hospitals amid Covid surge.
- Robust testing and indoor masking are keeping school-acquired Covid-19 cases low.
- Salinas High students used a Black doll in a racist act, but they’re far from the first to weaponize a toy.
- The Buzz 09.09.21
- Visuals 09.09.21
- Two Watsonville brothers bring hip Detroit-style pizza to their hometown.
- Carmel whittles down list of prospective Forest Theater tenants to one: PacRep.
- Reflecting 75 years later, eight artists interpret the lasting legacy of Japanese internment.
- How far should pesticide transparency go?
- A CSUMB Police post on Instagram raises questions about an officer’s hand gesture.
- Brezsny's Astrology • September 09-15, 2021
- Some Monterey County growers are risking a fragile resource to survive the drought.
- To Do 09.09.21
- Toolbox 09.09.21