San Benito County Arts Council hosts online show during COVID-19 pandemic.
Bryan West creates posters in English and Spanish to help spread the word with just two weeks left in the nationwide survey.
Academy of Model Aeronautics flies remote control aircraft in San Benito skies.
James Owen Welch blends sci-fi and fantasy in ‘Steven Black and the Tales from Beyond: The Orb of Possibility.’
Community invited to explore the 2020 Virtual Open Studios Tour and Arts Marketplace from Sept. 12-26.
Hollister author publishes a first volume of collected stories.
Christian Clifford becomes 49th person since 2013 to complete ‘El Camino Real de California.’
A San Juan Bautista fixture finds peace after struggling with PTSD and COVID-19.
Hollister institution ‘helped everyone get involved with music.’
Akira Boch’s ‘Masters of Modern Design’ focuses on five Japanese American artists, their experiences during WWII and the impact it had on their work.
‘Farm to Your Table’ dinner provides a meal to eat at home.
Akira Boch documents WWII-era mass incarceration of Japanese Americans.
Kirti Bassendine works with Jefferson and Panoche elementary schools on composition and framing.
Laynee Reyna donates over 300 books and 70 field recordings for public use.
Three-day camp provides opportunity for students to try different styles, mediums and techniques.
Talent show will be streamed July 25 on YouTube.
For the first time, officials will hold a ceremony showing solidarity with the LGBTQ community on the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
Three-course pick-up dinner will take place on July 19 at the Farmhouse Cafe.
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