What's Happening "Inn" Monterey
Barry Caine recently reviewed the Spindrift Inn and was more inspired than he could have possibly anticipated. The Inn’s romantic atmosphere persuaded him to ask his girlfriend to marry him… and she said yes.[Continue reading]
On Saturday, November 14 join in on a Thanksgiving celebration. Toss pumpkins, jump on the hayride and search for veggies in the treasure hunt. For directions and more info, please visit www.thefarm-salinasvalley.com[Continue reading]
Prairie Home Companion’s Garrison Keillor comes to Monterey’s Golden State Theatre for one evening – Sunday, October 25. This beloved monologist is the host and writer of A Prairie Home Companion and The Writer’s Almanac heard on public radio stations nationwide. He is also the author of more than a dozen books, including Lake Wobegon Days, The Book of Guys, Love Me and Homegrown Democrat.[Continue reading]
Calm down – In this case, it’s okay. That’s because the painter is renowned Los Angeles-based artist Mark Licari and the walls are at the Monterey Museum of Art’s beautiful La Mirada location. In the inaugural work of a new program called In Process, Licari is painting directly on the Museum’s huge Dart gallery walls, creating a site-specific mural. For the next two weeks, Mark will use La Mirada as his vibrant laboratory where he will create an exhibition consisting of paintings, drawings, sculptures and his ephemeral mural that will weave together a fantastic, elaborate narrative. Keep up-to-date on Mark’s exciting installation on www.montereyart.org
Friday, October 9, 6-8pm is the preview. Licari will lecture and sign exhibit catalogues on Saturday, October 10 at 11:30am. Tickets are on sale at www.monteryart.org.
Recently The New York Times’ Christine Muhlke reported on the Monterey Abalone Company in the paper’s Sunday magazine, celebrating the long-awaited return of this delicious delicacy to our tables. Overfished in the 1990s, commercial abalone fishing was banned in 1997. Muhlke writes about owners Trevor Fay and Art Seavey and their successful abalone farm under Monterey’s Municipal Wharf No. 2. According to the story, they “sell more than six tons a year to walk-in customers, nearby restaurants and great chefs across the country.”[Continue reading]