There were politicians, singers, a mariachi band and dancers as supporters celebrated LGBTQ Pride month. The city ceremonially raised the pride flag for a second time in front of City Hall.
Rachelle Escamilla returns to her hometown for a meditation on farm labor life.
Hollister Concerts series kicks off at Guerra Cellars.
San Benito High School student Jennifer Hirsch receives an honorable mention.
Classes on how to grow vegetables in containers, growing a hummingbird garden and a Q&A session.
Artists, performers and musicians work with at-promise youth through the Dreams Project program.
Entry deadline is June 9 and no parade will be held this year.
Deadline to submit art is June 9.
Events begin with a two day Spring Picnic.
With guidance from Victoria Murray, young artists have been working on it for months.
Event can be streamed free starting 6 p.m.
San Benito County Historical Park reopens its museums.
Jim Aceves and his mount Silverado ply their trade in Santa Cruz.
New protocols at Hollister’s multi screen movie theater don’t deter film lovers.
HSD and San Benito Arts Council launch new collaboration.
Angelo Hillstock shares his poem about the pandemic.
13-day online program features three movies shot in San Benito County.
Hollister residents ages 18 and over are welcome to apply. Filing deadline is March 31, or until all seats are appointed.