Archive for February, 2021

Q&A

Got you covered

The latest recommendations for proper mask use State Epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan gives an update on best mask-wearing practices. What […]

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Featured Content / News

News & Notes 21/02/25

Covid-19 update As of February 15 As of February 22 Total cases statewide 71,017 73,665 Total current infections statewide 2,953 […]

Featured Content / Granite Views

We are connected

I’ve been hearing and thinking about annual cycles lately including Black History Month, the Lunar New Year, Mardi Gras, and […]

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Past Issues

The year of pets

The year of pets With more time at home in the past year, many people took the opportunity to welcome […]

Past Issues

From couch to cardio

Local fitness pros talk about their shift to virtual classes. Find out why you might want to get off the […]

Featured Content / Nightlife

Write through it

Tyler Allgood shines on soul-baring Through The Empty Surgery and its aftermath are often challenging; for a recovering addict, the […]

Music This Week

The Music Roundup 21/02/18

• Serenading: Check out a recent Facebook Live stream from Jessica Olson for an idea of her musical outlook. The […]

Featured Content / Film Reviews by Amy

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (PG-13) | Judas and the Black Messiah (R)

Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (PG-13) Everybody is wonderfully game in the delightfully silly Barb and Star […]

Books

Doomed Romance: Broken Hearts, Lost Souls and Sexual Tumult in Nineteenth-Century America, by Christine Leigh Heyrman

Doomed Romance: Broken Hearts, Lost Souls and Sexual Tumult in Nineteenth-Century America, by Christine Leigh Heyrman (Knopf, 304 pages) Perform […]

Albums / Pop

Album Reviews 21/02/18

Disco Shrine, xxoo Disco (self-released) Man, the world just needs to stop a second so I can catch my breath. […]

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