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Jason Scorse – Court
In light of the recent Supreme Court decisions, Jason Scorse warns, "Don't let them fool you." Photo courtesy Phung Touch.
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Jason Scorse – Court
What Dreams Have to Say about Reality with Tina Tau
Is waking life really a kind of theater which we make up along the way? The transformative potential of dreamwork, today with author and certified dreamworker, Tina Tau. Tina shares a dream in whi...
Book Artist Felicia Rice on her Evolution as an Artist
Book artist Felicia Rice, UCSC emeritus professor and longtime former resident of Santa Cruz County, joins host Suki Wessling on The Babblery to talk about her life as an artist, a mom, and a comm...
Inside Monterey with Dan and Amy Sheehan of Good Vibez Presents
Who knows Monterey best? Locals do. We asked locals what they love most about Monterey County. Whether you’re a resident looking for new spots or a visitor looking for some local gems, meet...
Sunday Photo, 9/24/23
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#117: Equinox, Sakadas, Art & Artists Open Studios, Macintosh suit, Joiri Minaya, Gigi Scaria, Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Gerald Clayton, American Patchwork Quartet + Falu Shah, & Seven Handle Circus.
MUSIC FOR ABOLITION: Terri Lyne Carrington Brings Social Justice to 2023 Monterey Jazz Festival
Interview by John Malkin Terri Lyne Carrington is a jazz drummer, educator and author who grounds her projects in feminism, spiritual liberation and the movement to abolish prisons and police. Her...
A Visit with Senator John Laird
Fresh off the recent legislative session in Sacramento, Senator John Laird answers listener questions and talks about a range of issues concerning local residents, from fire insurance to climate c...
Monterey Bay Parent
How Music Can Clue Parents in on a Child's Emerging Identity
One thing I always point to as an early sign of identity development is when kids become “musically aware” (my term)–when kids start listening to their own choice of music and want to control the ...
Making Halloween a Treat For All
It’s time to make Halloween more inclusive for all children, especially those with disabilities, sensory needs, and dietary restrictions and preferences.
Last-Minute Halloween Costumes
Halloween is just around the corner, and you might be feeling the pressure to come up with a creative and exciting costume for your little one. But fear not! We’ve got you covered with ten last-mi...
Autumn Holiday Celebrations in Other Cultures
Fall is an important and celebratory time in many cultures. Consider taking some time as a family to learn more about big events celebrated worldwide!
Celebrating Autumn at Home
With dozens of activities planned throughout Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties for the month of October, it’s a busy time. Why not take some time this fall to enjoy being home with the family?
Thirteen Sppoky--and not so spooky--Ideas for Halloween Fun
Whether you allow your child to trick or treat or not, there’s plenty more other fun to be had on Halloween.
PARK PATROL: Laguna Grande in Seaside
Laguna Grande Park in Seaside includes walking paths, sports fields, a lake, wildlife habitat and natural plants and flowers. A fun fact about this park is that 80% of it is in the city of Seaside...
All About Open Studios 2023
Open Studios is right around the corner and, for art lovers, October is a month to celebrate, discover, and visit the rich community of artists of this region. Joining host Christine Barrington o...
Even More Wines from the Monterey Wines Trade and Media Event!
THE STORY As I mentioned in my previous post, I really feel like Decanting Monterey is getting some recognition when I start getting invited to events that are “wine trade only.” This is part 2 of...
Marco Poehner – Wat Do Teachers Do?
Marco Poehner, a teacher, gives a smart answer to a simple question. Photo courtesy of Fauxels.
El Niño Winter, 2023-2024
From Dr. Daniel Swain, aka Weather West. While this is quite long, as he says toward the end of this article, it is an important conversation, and I would urge you to read the entire thing: “Some ...
Sally Grey – Home
Sally Grey reflects on the meaning of home. Photo courtesy of Kelly.