Monthly Archives: October 2017

Changing climate poses grim consequences locally

By: JOYCE DOHERTY “Every year, you’re seeing the warmest year on record,” says AP Environmental Science teacher Jason Maas-Baldwin. “And the warmer it gets, the more severe effects it will…

Susan Abrahams: Local volunteer hero inspires by example

By: MAISY BOCKUS Wearing a Carmel High School sweatshirt before her son’s lacrosse game, Susan Abrahams sits on a sunny picnic bench on campus, a location that is practically her…

Farkhad Khudyev: Monterey’s Magician on the Podium

By: CHRIS CHUNG The baton gracefully glides from side to side following the natural beat of the melody as the harmonious sounds of violins, trumpets, flutes, and cellos fill the…

Dedicated musicians bring new unheard sound to Monterey

By: ARCHER MICHAELS The space that up-and-coming band Zealousy inhabits is sound-proofed with old shag carpets and scrap foam on the ceiling and walls. Old Christmas lights hang, giving the…

The definite guide to sushi on the Monterey Bay

By: BECCA GOREN & KYLIE YEATMAN Life on the coast often guarantees you many things: scenic views of the ocean, sunsets on the beach and—perhaps most important of all—a wide selection…

Your go-to guide for October coziness

By: JULIA SUDOL   The first long break of the school year is finally here, and for those of you not going away for the week of Oct. 9-13, here’s…

Paranormal activity on the Haunterey Peninsula

By: ELLAH FOSTER When reflecting upon the well-known attributes of the Monterey Bay Peninsula, one might jump to the tourism, rich history, or even…ghosts? There are many historic locations along…

Carmel-themed costumes for procrastinators: a guide

By: ALEX POLETTI Ah, to be in fall once again. Of course, with autumn comes the capitalistic impulses of American corporations attempting to bastardize days of worship for their own…

Hacking this Life Part 1

By: JULIA SUDOL Ketchup Lover? This one’s for you! The next time you find yourself at any burger joint where you must pump out the ketchup into the tiniest paper…

Carmel Pops concert to feature CHS orchestra and local performers

By: JOYCE DOHERTY The arts have a longstanding tradition in the Carmel area and in the upcoming Carmel Pops performance, a showcase of music, theater and dance, local groups including…