Bach to Back: The real passion at this year's Carmel Bach Festival came from the works of Haydn and Beethoven.
Bowled Over: Our writer's noodle quest ends at Santa Cruz's unassuming Thai Noodle House.
Union Busting: Edward Albee intended the personal to be extremely political in 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Shakespeare Santa Cruz obliges.
For Pete's Sake: The Pacific Players delve deep into Townshend's meaning and method for their production of 'Tommy.'
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