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Spring 2014

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While we're creeping up toward Halloween weekend, there are a number of interesting not-so-spooky events going on around here.   READ MORE
 
It's interesting to consider how Monterey serves as the hub of the Central Coast, with its central location between Santa Cruz and Big Sur.   READ MORE
 
How do classical music presenters attract new listeners? The answer is a variety of ways. Building and sustaining audiences for the music of Bach, Beethoven, Mozart and Brahms has long been a challenge for artists and organizations specializing in   READ MORE
 
In its fourth year, the Salinas Valley Food and Wine Festival is the talk of the town. Oldtown Salinas will be blocked off as dozens of wineries, breweries, arts and craft vendors and family activities will be on hand for the public.   READ MORE
 
According to weather forecasts, it looks like we'll continue to enjoy our Indian Summer warm spell through the weekend.   READ MORE
 
The Monterey Symphony goes full-on Disney this weekend for its 69th opening program. The organization's 2014-2015 season launch blends footage from Disney's beloved 1940 film "Fantasia" with excerpts from classical music favorites performed by the   READ MORE
 
Thursday Soul City featuring Lisa Taylor: 8:30 p.m., Sly Mcfly's, 700-A Cannery Row, Monterey. 649-8050.   READ MORE
 
The 2014-2015 classical music season arrives with a Spanish flourish. Sunday afternoon Oct. 5 the 88-year old Carmel Music Society becomes the first of the region's major presenters to begin it's annual concert series.   READ MORE