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.
Resident organizes drives through town to get people out of the house during shelter-in-place.
$28,000 to go to local artists, art groups, and arts and cultural organizations through direct funding.
Yvette Fragozo prepares for quarterfinals for ‘Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento.’
Educational outreach program continues through video lessons and visual arts.
Hollister photographer Marisa Duran teams up with San Benito Arts Council to display her work in a unique way.
Oliver and Finn Cross, 13-year-old twins, create their own Western movie.
Miyako owner Eddie Hoang and family create and share a song to help lighten the mood during COVID-19.
Two Hollister residents talk about planned festivities and how the pandemic has affected the holiday for them.
Using a long lens, Donna Silva captures her subjects from a distance.
Local photographer talks about San Benito County life and landscapes.
Using any medium, 30 doodles will be drawn according to the topic of the day on the same sheet of paper from April 22 through May 22.
Residents invited to share photos of their artwork online via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using #SanBenitoEarthArt in the post. Entries will be shared and reposted by event sponsors.
Playwright speaks on getting involved in the farmworker movement, his early plays and the birth of El Teatro Campesino.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…
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