The Gilmore Colony settles briefly in the Hollister Hills.
People speak about their sacred site known as Juristac.
Claudia Lopez returns to her roots to stock her Guatemala Boutique.
Hollister Downtown Association’s Street Festival hosts car show, performances and raffles.
Now 17 strong, the group is looking to fill vacancies.
The town’s claim to movie immortality is being screened for free on Sept. 25.
The event featured performances and a raffle drawing.
Reenactors bring the reality of conflict to school groups and spectators.
The deadline for competition entries is coming up on Sept 9.
Local residents, students and visitors are invited to participate in a self-guided tour of artists’ studios throughout San Benito County.
Vertigo Coffee Roasters will host her ceramics and crafts on August 28.
Drivers feast on lunches cooked on their engines.
Owner Bill Mifsud looks forward to Free Comic Book Day on Aug. 14.
Local Native elders invite the community to join in prayers.
Summer school program pushes art to the walls.
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.