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Not surprisingly, old perceptions die hard. Although I've been back living in Monterey proper for the last 10 years, I'm often perceived as a Santa Cruzin' due to the 12 years I wrote about the music scene there.   READ MORE
 
 

Arts and Entertainment
Not surprisingly, old perceptions die hard. Although I've been back living in Monterey proper for the last 10 years, I'm often perceived as a Santa Cruzin' due to the 12 years I wrote about the music scene there.   READ MORE
 
 
Golf
Herald Archive
When entertainer Bing Crosby established what was essentially a "garden party" pro-am golf tournament in1937, little did he know that it would grow into the mega-event and regular PGA Tour stop it has become.   READ MORE
 
 
Tours
MONTEREY >> California's First Theatre, built in 1845 at what is today the corner of Pacific and Scott streets, is under restoration and could once again become a public gathering place.   READ MORE
 
 
Calendar
Classes and workshops PORTRAIT PAINTING WORKSHOP >> Two-day session with Warren Chang. 10 a.m. to 5 p.   READ MORE
 
 
 
Kids
MONTEREY >> The maternity ward at the Monterey Bay Aquarium is abuzz over the newest member of the family, an African blackfooted penguin chick, hatched on exhibit on the morning of June 4.   READ MORE
 
 
Parks
PACIFIC GROVE >> We should all look this good at 101. The world-famous Asilomar Conference Grounds has nary a wrinkle, a sag or a creak more than a century after it was founded as a gathering place for the Young Women's Christian Association   READ MORE