Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour of California starts in downtown Monterey on Wednesday, March 14th. Festivities begin at 10:00am with the race getting underway at 11:45am on Alvarado Street. According to organizers, the best spots for viewing the start are along Alvarado and Franklin Streets, in front of the Monterey Sports Center, Window on the Bay along Del Monte Avenue and Lake El Estero Park. (See map for route through the city.)
Be prepared for road closures in and around downtown Monterey. Including,
Friday is opening night for The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Monterey Peninsula College. The Tony Award winning musical follows six awkward and overachieving high schoolers as they try to win the championship
David Burbidge and Sandy Schachter say they spoil their two dogs, Juno and Argus, and they’d like the dogs to continue to live comfortable lives even if the dogs outlive them. That’s why the Carmel Valley couple created a pet trust where they set aside some money for each dog to pay for their continued care after they pass away. And since leaving the dogs with family is not an option, they’re leaving them to Peace of Mind Dog Rescue.
The staff of Digital Research poses outside headquarters at 801 Lighthouse Avenue in Pacific Grove in 1980. Gary Kildall stands on the right wearing jeans and a button down shirt, his arm is up on a post. Original photo was taken by Jerry Lebeck, Trend Photography.
This Friday Pacific Grove inventor Gary Kildall will formally take his spot in computer Science history. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) will recognize Kildall as the inventor of the first personal computer operating system by placing a plaque at the former headquarters of his company.
Kildall, who passed away in 1994, has often been referred to as “the man who could have been Bill Gates”, if not for one missed opportunity. But those who knew him best hope Friday’s dedication will begin to change that legacy.