- A backlog in Southern California ports has created some hiccups for the local ag industry.
- A new cocktail at Tarpy’s resonates with seasonal warmth, and plenty of nostalgic aroma.
- The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary has a new leader and new plan.
- The UN climate conference ends with promises, but not nearly enough substance.
- Star chefs step down from large operations to go their own way.
- A revamped nonprofit in the theater world is back, as Monterey Peninsula Theatre Trust.
- Old School
- A pilot training program offers a window into medical careers for South County students.
- Letters to the Editor 11.18.21
- Monterey Peninsula Pride and Salinas Valley Pride Celebrations are broadening their reach and inclusivity.
- Teaching sewing basics wasn’t the fashion veteran’s first choice, but Bella Lofaso has been at it for 25 years.
- After being laid off due to Covid, a Seaside resident started a soap company, and business is brisk.
- Laguna Seca’s renowned racetrack needs help but its owners are hesitant to invest.
- Steeped in Gospel, the most iconic among Motown bands is coming to Monterey.
- How a local Overwatch team is flipping the notion of video games as an isolating, anti-social activity on its head.
- Poorly crafted draft redistricting maps would slice the Salinas Valley in half.
- The Buzz 11.18.21
- The city of Seaside issues a moratorium on new housing, disguised as a moratorium on new water hookups.
- Morsels 11.18.21
- Visuals 11.18.21
- Squid 11-18
- Brezsny's Astrology • Nov. 18-24, 2021
- Hot Picks 11.18.21
- Local Holiday Shopping Guide 2021
- Some of the best gifts aren’t physical items that can be wrapped and delivered – but the opportunity to find a new passion or make a lasting memory.
- Toolbox 11.18.21
- Two former DLI Hebrew instructors claim religious discrimination is behind their terminations.