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Tom Gundelfinger O'Neal

It’s hard to imagine a time when no one really knew Jimi Hendrix.  But the 1967 Monterey International Pop Festival was that time.  When Hendrix took the stage that summer, he hadn’t made his mark on the American music scene.

Erika Mahoney

A Salinas DREAMer no longer faces deportation. A judge threw out the case in late May, three months after the DREAMer with DACA status landed in jail.

The twentieth annual Leon Panetta Lecture Series, The Trump Presidency and the Future of America, concludes with a forum focusing on The World – Terrorism, Russia, China, Populism and Cyber

Calvin Men

As a paddle out is being planned for July 9th to honor the life of surfing legend Jack O’Neill, mourners continue to leave flowers at his Santa Cruz home.  That’s where he died last Friday surrounded by family.  He was 94-years-old.

He Shot Monterey Pop

Jun 2, 2017
Doug McKnight

The 50th anniversary of the Monterey International Pop Festival will be marked with a return of the event later this month. The original Monterey Pop not only became the model for later festivals like Woodstock and Coachella, it also launched the careers of rock legends like Jimi Hendrix and the photographers who were there to capture the moment. 

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