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April 11, 2021

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Radio Fry America

Mention that you live in Gilroy to an out-of-towner, and invariably one gets the comeback “isn’t that where the Garlic Festival is?” You’ve surely...

Jazz in Spain

By Brad Stone We’re blessed to live in an area of wonderful festivals. Beyond our famous Garlic Festival, music buffs might look no further than...
HOMECOMING Violinist and Morgan Hill native Kimia Ghaderi appears with two other classical musicians in ‘Apex Piano Trio’ on Sunday, June 18 at Morgan Hill Presbyterian Church. Photo: Alex Cooke

Magnificent melody

Lifelong violinist and Morgan Hill native, Kimia Ghaderi returns to her hometown in the California debut of “Apex Piano Trio”. Ghaderi began her musical...
Summer music & wine

Musical Pairing

Wine and music make a beautiful pairing! Here are the free (with wine purchase) concert series throughout the summer: Wednesdays, 5:30-8:30pm: Guglielmo Winery presents its...

Musical Pairing

Wine and music make a beautiful pairing! Here are the free (with wine purchase) concert series throughout the summer: Wednesdays, 5:30-8:30pm: Guglielmo Winery presents its...

Photos: San Benito students continue ‘Little Shop’ run

“Little Shop of Horrors” runs at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the high school auditorium. Tickets are $10 at door but are...

Strum for the ages: bluegrass festival returns this weekend

Every August, the twang of banjos fills tiny Tres Pinos. At the Good Old-Fashioned Bluegrass Festival, a crowd of about 1,000 gathers for concerts...

Musician Annotti finds his moment in the sun

Unlike most professional musicians, Michael Annotti didn’t grow up singing or playing instruments. In fact, the Hollister native didn’t have any semblance of a music background when a bit of serendipity came his way while he was studying at Santa Barbara City College in the early-1990s.