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.
This year’s program prioritizes artists as essential workers, with the Arts Council seeking to fund projects that demonstrate how artists are part of the solution to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Twenty films highlight the event’s multicultural offerings. For the first time, San Benito County residents can explore the varied range of Latino filmmaking online due to COVID-19 restrictions.
San Benito County high school students face off on Zoom; three move to the state contest in March.
Contest that started as local teachers showing off their students has grown to attract entries from throughout the Bay Area.
State Senator Anna Caballero adjourns in memory of the Hollister music instructor who died in January.
New Hollister music and culture studio opens in the former location of Mr. O’s Academy.
What if you had to use Zoom to audition online for a famous television show? 'Bad Auditions Caught on Camera' attempts to answer this question.
Local florists talk about fulfilling orders and making arrangements for the upcoming holiday.
Students will get an in-depth look at the plays and films of the founder of El Teatro Campesino.
Online festival to feature films, short films, panel discussions and musical performances.
Arts Council recently awarded nine arts-based groups with a total of $22,700 in relief funding.
Workshops begin at the end of January and will run through March.
Local students grades TK-12 can send in artwork until March 19; 15 winning posters will be enlarged and displayed on the side of collection trucks.