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Carmel, California is located in Monterey County. Zip codes in Carmel, CA include 93923, 93922, and 93921. The median home price in Carmel is $1,549,000 which is roughly $691/per square foot. More Carmel information.

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Thursday Sep 11 | MTV

This Man Is Rolling A Giant Testicle Across America - But For A Very Good Reason

In what has to be the most inventive plan ever to raise cancer awareness, Thomas Cantley is pushing an enormous inflatable testicle across the country, in the hopes of inspiring his fellow men to be vigilant about the health of their balls. Cantley, a 31 year-old cancer survivor, came up with the idea as a way to get the ball rolling on getting young men to be tested for testicular cancer.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Monterey County Herald

Art Listings

TEACHING ACROSS GENERATIONS >> Popular workshops at the Youth Arts Collective. Youth ages 8-14 will be assisted by YACsters in sculpting, painting and more.

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Monterey County Herald

State of the Stage: It's not curtains yet for local theater

Pac Rep artistic director Steven Moore helps puppeteers set up the dragon puppet during preparations for the Shrek play at the Golden Bough Playhouse in Carmel Aug. 30. Lead puppeteer Nicholas Kelly holds the head at right. The Magic Circle Theatre in Carmel Valley has gone dark, and others have taken severe financial hits.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

KSBW-TV

Salinas man travels cross country with inflatable testicle

Salinas native Thomas Cantley, a 31-year-old testicular cancer survivor, is pushing a 6-foot inflatable "testicle" across the country to generate awareness and support for young men's health issues. Cantley began his trek in Santa Monica, California, on Sept.

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KSBW-TV

Carmel considers building roundabout on Ocean Avenue

The Carmel City Council is considering transforming the intersection of Ocean Avenue and Junipero Street into a roundabout. Council members will vote Tuesday on whether to give a green light for the Transportation Agency for Monterey County to do a traffic impact study.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Horse show makes comeback in Pebble Beach

Sarah Ertl, 10, from Santa Cruz competes on her horse, Comet, in the Low Jumpers event in Pebble Beach on Sunday. PEBBLE BEACH >> Marcy Wehde remembers the joy of horseback riding at the Monterey Fairgrounds and Pebble Beach when she was young.

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Daily World

LSU to benefit from Blue Dog printsLSU to benefit from Blue Dog...

LSU to benefit from Blue Dog prints Late artist's signature motif is a dog that keeps fetching for good Check out this story on dailyworld.com: http://www.dailyworld.com/story/life/2014/09/06/lsu-benefit-blue-dog-prints/15205151/ A partnership that will benefit the LSU School of Music and art students around the state "all started with the Blue Dog piano," says Jacques Rodrigue, son of the late "Blue Dog" artist George Rodrigue. Jazz sprang from the 100-year-old Steinway painted with a large Blue Dog on the underside of the lid and the Cajun artist's characteristic brightly colored designs on its sides as LSU School of Music Ph.D. student Harold Mims entertained guests at a reception at LSU's Cook Hotel.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

The Salinas Californian

Missing Monterey at-risk man found safelyMissing Monterey at-risk man ...

Missing Monterey at-risk man found safely Frank Lee was found in a local restaurant after he was reported missing on Tuesday. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1rOQW1N Frank Lee was found in Monterey after he was reported missing at 4:28 p.m. Tuesday, according to the Monterey County Sheriff's Office.

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Monterey County Herald

Marina council denies Cal Am desal slant test well bid

MARINA >> Citing expert disagreement over the potential impact of California American Water's proposed desalination slant test well program on an already seawater contaminated groundwater basin, the Marina city council denied the proposed testing until more extensive environmental review is conducted in the latest setback for the company's Monterey Peninsula desal project. After seven hours of testimony and debate over two days, a split council voted 3-2 to deny Cal Am's bid for the proposed two-year test well project at the Cemex sand mining plant in north Marina.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

The Salinas Californian

Monterey County nominees on CIF Fall All-Century Team

Monterey County nominees on CIF Fall All-Century Team The CIF is doing a poll on who should be selected onto the the Fall All-Century Team. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/1o3zQFW The CIF is doing a poll on who should be selected onto the the Fall All-Century Team.

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Monterey County Herald

Your Town: Training to be held for literacy tutors

Orientation and training for volunteer literacy tutors for Monterey County Free Libraries will be held in two parts on the following days and locations: A town hall meeting on public safety in Salinas will be held 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8, at the First Presbyterian Church, 830 Padre Drive, Salinas.

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KION 46

Annual "Best Buddies Challenge" bicycle ride sets off Saturday in Carmel

Dozens of bicyclists will ride from Carmel to San Simeon along Highway 1 Saturday as part of the 11th annual Best Buddies Challenge. The ride will begin at 7 a.m. at Carmel Valley Road in Carmel.

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The News-Star

LSU to benefit from Blue Dog printsLSU to benefit from Blue Dog...

LSU to benefit from Blue Dog prints 950 Rodrigue prints to be sold for $500 each Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1rOFFyr Prior to his Dec. 14, 2013, death, Rodrigue designed what he termed "Take Five," a work that features his iconic Blue Dog surrounded by lush vegetation and symbols of the "rich musical heritage of the LSU School of Music." His estate has used the silkscreen to create 950 numbered prints to be unveiled today at a private reception in LSU's Cook Hotel.

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Monterey County Herald

Best Bets for Sept. 4-10

The heritage and culture of Monterey's fishing industry will be celebrated in style and flair with the 81st annual Santa Rosalia Fisherman's Festival held Friday through Sunday in Monterey. Steeped in tradition, this event is a great way to honor and appreciate the hard work and dedication of the fisherman past and present, and their contribution to help make Monterey the city it is today, by forging local commerce in the gritty heyday of Monterey and by strengthening family and community through an honest day's or night's work.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Central Coast lawmakers wrap up session

SACRAMENTO >> The 2014 legislative session came to a close last week with a flood of new legislation, with California's water woes among the major topics as lawmakers finished up their work for the year. Amid an enduring drought, water policy bills were the capstones to a busy year for state lawmakers, who also passed a $156 billion budget that included rainy-day surpluses.

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KION 46

Daytime roadwork planned for Wednesday-Friday in Big Sur, Carmel

A three-day project to replace the striping and marking along Highway 1 from Big Sur to Carmel continues with daytime work from Malpaso Creek Bridge to Point Lobos in Carmel Highlands on Wednesday, Sept.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Amarillo.com

Dear Abby: Wife prefers to be nude at home

Dear Abby: My wife walks around our house nude or topless with the shades open, and anybody walking outside can see in.

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ContactMusic.com

Clint Eastwood inspires son to stay grounded

Clint Eastwood's son Scott Eastwood insists he lives ''a very simple life'' and has no interest in being a party boy in Hollywood, as his father inspires him to stay humble and grounded.

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KSBW-TV

California Coastal Trail breaks ground at Half Moon Bay

After more than 20 years, the California Coastal Trail broke ground. The trail is supposed to run from the top of the Oregon coastline all the way down to Mexico.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Vogel Talks RVing

More Celebrities Who Own RVs

When you think of celebrities, you might not picture them tooling around the country in an RV.

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