Daily Archives: May 21, 2018

Art students commissioned by Lucky’s to paint store mural

BY TAYLOR DESMOND Splashes of vibrant greens and deep reddish purples are painted by Carmel High’s art students, capturing the local agricultural aspects for which Monterey County is best known….

Summer Music 2018: A perfect festival for every fan

BY ELLA FOSTER California Roots May 25-27 Monterey County Fairgrounds   If you’re looking for a grand kick off to summer, this three-day reggae festival full of vendors, food trucks…

George Ezra tops debut with shining sophomore effort

BY MILES PREKOSKI In 2014, George Ezra released the third top-selling album of the year. After a four-year drought, fans were left wondering if Ezra would release a sophomore album…

5 ways to travel this summer without going broke

BY JULIA SUDOL It’s the middle of June, the sun is shining, and, let me guess, you’re in your room scrolling through Instagram, drooling over the blue and white photos…

Sandpiper critic selects all-time must reads for summer

BY PETER ELLISON As the last installment of Peter’s Picks for the school year, I’ve decided to present a few of my all-time favorites to you. These aren’t new releases…

‘Fortnite’ Craze outlasts any passing fancy

BY PETER ELLISON While many trends and phenomena come and go in the blink of an eye, few recently have been as large or successful as the rise of “Fortnite:…