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  1. Burning Question: Why are some cocktails now all but forgotten?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Monterey County Weekly

    Victor Laszlo calmly ordering a Champagne cocktail as the capricious Captain Renault leans in close. Concoctions in their 1940s prime were tasteful-the French 75, the gin rickey.

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  2. With the impending shutdown of the Cemex in Marina, USGS takes stock of the local sand supply.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Monterey County Weekly

    With the Cemex sand mine on the beach in Marina slated to shut down by the end of 2020, the U.S. Geological Survey saw an opportunity for science: Gather data on how much sand was in southern Monterey Bay, both on the beach and under the water, and study how that changes over time. Southern Monterey Bay has for years experienced one of the highest coastal erosion rates in the state, and scientists have long argued sand mining was to blame.

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  3. Morsels: Your choice of Oktoberfests, food and football, something not so sweet and more.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 17 | Monterey County Weekly

    Look for pickled herring with dill crackers, cheese beer soup with grilled speck ham, fermented cabbage croquette and cheese spaetzle, plus classics like housemade sausages, pretzels and sauerkraut. $45, 883-5535 for reservations.

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  4. Pastry chef and founding partner Ron Mendoza parts ways with Revival Ice Cream.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | Monterey County Weekly

    Serving superlative scoops, including the award-winning "Bee's Knees" honey and beeswax ice cream, Revival consistently lands on tourist itineraries. Both locals and visitors alike queue up at the downtown Monterey shop for a taste of unique small-batch, artisanal ice creams.

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  5. Crystal ChangRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | Monterey County Weekly

    "American culture built me into who I am today," Crystal Chang says of her adopted country, and why she thinks sharing her Tawainese culture is an "obligation." Crystal Chang considers her September calendar and is momentarily stumped about setting a time to meet.

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  6. With a proposal to forgive a developer's debt, Marina's political winds shift.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | Monterey County Weekly

    Late on a chilly August afternoon when I meet him outside the Marina Dunes Preserve, he's moving through a normal day, wrapping up his daytime job as a wildlife biologist.

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  7. Bracing for a possible gas tax repeal, MST may cut routes, raise its bus fares or both.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | Monterey County Weekly

    The Jazz lines from Sand City to Monterey is on the list of potential cuts. Only routes with third-party funding, such as CSUMB's line 26, are safe.

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  8. As Cal Am's desal project is set for approval, important questions remain about its water's cost.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | Monterey County Weekly

    As the California Public Utilities Commission is set to consider approving California American Water's proposed desalination project sometime in September - as the Weekly went to print, it was not yet clear if it would be considered on Sept. 13 or Sept.

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  9. Taking a walk with the owner of Monterey Bay Food Tours.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 13 | Monterey County Weekly

    If you spot a large group - a dozen or so - shuffling from one restaurant to the next in downtown Monterey, it just might be Monterey Bay Food Tours. The company was started by Casey Aguilar and she led her first tour nine months ago.

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  10. Slow start cannot stall hot finish at Laguna Seca's America's Tire 250.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 9 | Monterey County Weekly

    For more than 30 minutes, drivers fumed patiently behind the pace car thanks to multi-car accidents on the start and restart. Other than that, it was an eventful afternoon at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca on Sunday.

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  11. Burning Question: Can you tell the difference between vodka brands?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | Monterey County Weekly

    A few years ago, Anthony Vitacca introduced a cocktail menu leaning on gin, tequila and all manner of whiskey. The drinks were intriguing and clever-and struck a nerve.

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  12. Middlebury Institute receives its largest gift yet: $4.5 million from Samuel F.B. Morse estate.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | Monterey County Weekly

    Known as the "Founder of Pebble Beach" and the "Duke of Del Monte," Morse crafted the Pebble Beach community starting in 1919, and in the process he preserved the Del Monte Forest from clear-cutting, set aside land for wildlife and later created easements to protect the coastline. He also developed eight golf courses, rebuilt the Del Monte Hotel and Lodge at Pebble Beach and proposed building the Del Monte Shopping Center in the 1950s, a task his company completed in 1967.

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  13. Police officer and carjacking suspects exchange gunfire; no injuries reported.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Monterey County Weekly

    What started out as an atypical call to the Monterey Police Department on Saturday night took a turn for the even less typical-and more violent-when a police officer and two suspects exchanged gunfire in a Monterey neighborhood. Shortly before 9pm on Sept.

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  14. PHOTOS: Friends and fun at the 2018 Monterey County Fair.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 4 | Monterey County Weekly

    Marina resident Yohannah McNee's pie won first place in the pies and pastries division in the adult home art department. Iceberg Lettuce from Ocean Mist Farms in Castroville displayed in the iceberg lettuce class in the open agriculture and horticulture department.

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  15. Windy Hill with Otter Opry at Monterey United Methodist ChurchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 1 | Monterey County Weekly

    A quartet of Bay Area musicians pluck and pick their instruments as part of the Peninsula's Otter Opry series, which aims to bring high energy bluegrass to the Monterey area. Over the last ten years Windy Hill has put out three albums of bluegrass filled with originals that blend traditional and experimental styles of this purely American form of art.

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  16. Festa Italia at Custom House PlazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 1 | Monterey County Weekly

    Of the many immigrant populations that helped shaped the region, the early Italian immigrants that came in droves to drive the fishing and canning industry of Monterey is one of the proudest and most persistent. They celebrate their traditions in three days of music, art, parades games and of course-just like nonna have wanted it-food.

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  17. Burning Question: Has fair food gone too far?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 31 | Monterey County Weekly

    Remember when fairgoers would stop in their tracks and gawk at that glaring red and yellow sign hawking fried alligator-and on a stick, no less? Yes, there was a time when funnel cakes and such were novelty items-a simpler time, when cell phones had convenient flip covers, Netscape Navigator brought the world to your fat desktop computer with a whopping 8MB of memory through a handy dial up landline. Brace yourselves for a culinary ride.

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  18. Two records set, $367.5 million worth of vehicles sold during three days of Car Week auctions.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 28 | Monterey County Weekly

    All phones are turned toward the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO as racing legend Phil Hill describes the car before Sotheby's record-breaking aution. All phones are turned toward the 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO as racing legend Phil Hill describes the car before Sotheby's record-breaking aution.

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  19. A Monterey startup has a stable of classic cars for rent, and hopes the idea will catch on.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 27 | Monterey County Weekly

    Rob and Heather Gardner, owners of the classic car rental start up Monterey Touring Vehicles, enjoy a ride in their 1978 Volkswagen. The company rents a selection of cars from the 1930s up to a 2008 Tesla.

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  20. PHOTOS: Color, culture and speed during the 2018 Monterey Car Week.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 27 | Monterey County Weekly

    JoAnn Martindale of Santa Cruz sits next to her 1921 Paige Model 6-66 Daytona Speedster at the Concours d'Elegance. A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold for a record-breaking $44 million at RM Sotheby's in Monterey on Saturday night.

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