Carmel Magazine

Spring-Summer 2019

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W H A T ' S I N S I D E SPRING/SUMMER 2019 IN EVERY ISSUE 44 Publisher's Note By Steve Snider 48 Behind the Spotlight By Dina Eastwood 52 Postcards From Home By Sharon Randall 56 Dog Tales By Mark Oman 60 Local Knowledge Laird Small 108 Working Dogs Jazz, Digby and Scooter 110 Collecting By Marjorie Snow 114 Admit One By Mac McDonald 118 Take Your Best Shot By Laird Small 234 Peninsula Scene A Veritable Who's Where of Events Around the Monterey Peninsula SHORTCUTS 66 Carmel Confidential Laguna Seca Raceway Draws the Crowds; CSUMB Receives Grant; Netflix Series Films in Monterey County; and the Kardashian Clan Visits Carmel 74 Artichoke Festival Celebrates 60 Years Food & Wine Event a Local Tradition 76 New Masters Gallery Marks Milestone Anniversary Forty-five Years of Renowned Art and Sculpture 78 Carmel Artist Brings New Significance to Still Life Elizabeth Barlow Creates "Portraits in Absentia" 80 The Blues Returns to the Monterey Peninsula After a Pause, a New Festival Launches 82 Local Retailer Spins Off a Statewide Dancewear Brand Heather Aldi Created a Mobile Dancewear Boutique 84 Healing Trauma through Truthfulness "This Is How I Save My Life" an Inspiring Read 86 Golf History Comes Alive at Pebble Beach Shop Golf Links to the Past Sells Unique Treasures and Collectibles 88 Seaside's Counterpoint Coffee is On Point Max Georis Blends Beverages with a Recording Studio 90 Pangaea Grill Provides Delicious Fusion in Carmel East and West Dishes Make Diners Happy 92 Fresh, Healthy Poke Comes to Carmel Carmel Poke Company Serves Seafood and More 94 Golfing in Carmel Valley's Santa Lucia Preserve Playing a Round in Paradise 96 Corral de Tierra Country Club Celebrates 60 Years Golf Course and Amenities Make Members Happy 98 Scott Fujita Brings Bright Ideas to All Saints' Day School Former NFL Super Bowl Champion is New Head of School 100 Hofsas House Offers Ocean Views and Unique Art Maxine Albro's Distinctive Art is a Carmel Classic 102 Garland View Stables' Equestrian Tradition Training Horses with the Vaquero Method 104 Carmel Valley Group is Dedicated to Saving Open Space Residents are Trying to Preserve Land for Firefighting Efforts 106 AFRP is a Savior for Local Animals Fostering Dogs, Cats and More to Keep Them Alive FOOD AND WINE 212 Drink Aguajito, Fireplace Lounge, Hyatt Regency 214 Good Taste Crema 216 Chef Profile Justin Cogley 220 Food for Thought Allegro Amps Up its Offerings, and Cultura Spins Off Tacos into Monterey 224 Cruisin' for Brews in Monterey County Microbreweries Galore on the Central Coast 194 Photo: Gary Geiger

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