Tag Archives: Day Gudmundsson

Drought forces fishermen from rivers to shore

The lack of rain on the MontereyPeninsula has been problematic for local fisheries. Both the Carmel and Big SurRivers are closed due to low flows, and local ponds and lakes…

Local boys of Earnest on a roll at The Catalyst

Having just recently played at the famed Catalyst in Santa Cruz for a crowd of more than 700 people, it is safe to say local indie band Earnest, made up…

Katy Perry’s album ‘Prism’ lacking in luster

Escaping Katy Perry seems near impossible. She’s everywhere, from little sisters dancing and singing “I got the eye of the tiger, fighter, dancing through the fire!” from Perry’s newest hit…

Binge drinking at CHS highest in county

Carmel High has a reputation as a “problem” drinking school, and based on recent statistics that reputation seems to be deserved.

Oct. 25 In Brief

Science wing up and operational in October Walking into school the day after a break, the students and staff are usually in a quiet murmur, but Monday students walking into…

Despite lack of mainstream success, rock is not dead

It is widely considered that the golden age of rock music is long gone, having died when Muse started making dubstep—not since Weezer has a great rock band disappointed like…

Youth Center’s open mic success despite low attendance

The lights go dark as Ernest Griffin-Ortiz, or “E” as he’s known at the Carmel Youth Center, goes up on stage Sept. 13 to introduce the performers and kick off…

New NIN album creates unintended downward spiral

After composing film scores for movies such as “The Social Network,” “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” and working on a post-industrial side project with his wife in How to…