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Cementerio El Encinal Monterey City Cemetery
351 Madison Street
Monterey , CA 93940
(831) 646-3864
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San Carlos Cemetery
792 Fremont Street
Monterey , CA 93940
(831) 372-0327
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Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Avenue, 3:08 p.m. June 12 Two 17-year-olds accused of robbing a person at gunpoint were arrested after police spotted their vehicle, located the gun inside and the person's property. 3100 block of Monterey Road, 9:19 p.m. June 12 A male robbed a business at gunpoint. 1700 block of Branham Lane, 11:16 a.m. June 13 An attempt to rob a business at gunpoint was made by a male being sought. 2200 block of Berkeley Way, 11:18 p.m. June 13 After two roommates tangled over a parking place, one was arrested and the other was treated for a non life-threatening stab wound. 2000 block of Story Road, 11:31 p.m. June 13 A business was robbed at gunpoint by two males who made off with cash and merchandise. 2000 block of Sullivan Avenue, 4:26 a.m. June 14 A resident was stabbed when he confronted two people who broke a window at his resid...

Retired Miami Dolphin Powell, 65, dies in West Texas, had been ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Bowl victory over Washington. Powell, who quit the NFL following knee surgery, was an insurance agent in Lubbock until his recent retirement. A memorial service has been scheduled for Tuesday at Monterey Church of Christ in Lubbock. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Theodore Mann, Off Broadway Producer, Dies at 87

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
O’Neill’s legacy and a prime example of the company’s attention to neglected plays. The positive response to that production prompted O’Neill’s widow, Carlotta Monterey, to release Quintero and Mr. Mann the rights to the playwright’s other works, including “Long Day’s Journey Into Night.” Produced by Mr. Mann with Quintero and Leigh Connell, and directed by Quintero, the Broadway premiere won the 1957 Tony Award for best play. Mr. Mann was born Theodore Goldman on May 13, 1924, in Brooklyn. (He changed his name in the late 1940s.) He spent World War II in the Army medical corps stationed at Fort Ord in Monterey, Calif. His son Jonathan said it was during this period that he became acquainted with people in the arts like Robinson Jeffers, Ansel Adams and Langston Hughes, who fueled his desire for a career in the arts. Returning to New York, he followed the wishes of his father, Martin Goldman, a lawyer and jazz club owner, and enrolled through the G.I. Bill at Brooklyn Law School. But though he passed the bar exam, he was never drawn to a career in law. His association with Quintero began on a visit to Woodstock, N.Y., where Quintero invited him to stay on as business manager of a Woodstock company, the Loft Players. An offshoot of that company, Circle in the Square, had its original home in a former nightclub in Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village. The theater opened in 1951 with “Dark of the Moon.” But it was “Summer and Smoke” the following year — starring the unknown Geraldine Page in a drama that had been a commercial disappointment on Broadway just three years earlier — that put the company on the map. “Nothing has happened for quite a long time as admirable as the new production at the Circle in the Square,” Brooks Atkinson wrote in The Times. When the original premises were demolished in 1960, the theater moved to a new location on Bleecker Street. After Quintero left the company, Mr. Mann in 1963 teamed up with Paul Libin, who became his co-producer on work that included classics, mid-century American drama and plays by emerging voices like ... (New York Times)

Everett Alvarez High School student's smile lives in the memories of many - The Salinas Californian

Wed, Dec 21, 2011
A picture of his grinning face entering a shark’s mouth at a restaurant in Monterey was typical of his sense of humor. Angel was struck by a 17-year-old student in the Everett Alvarez High School parking lot. Police said the driver did not see the 14-year-old before driving over him. “We were praying for a miracle but it didn’t happen this time,” said a teary-eyed Dimas.Dimas received a call that morning. She and her husband rushed to Angel’s school.“At first I was worried about it but then when I knew the severity of the accident, I felt in my heart that my son wasn’t OK,” Dimas said. Angel was taken to Natividad Hospital and then flown to a hospital in San Jose where he died Tuesday evening, police said. His mother described him as cheerful, friendly and fun. He lighted up the house, which is filled with Christmas decorations and an ornamental tree surrounded by wrapped presents. His mother said she had wrapped a video game controller for him. (Page 2 of 2) Angel was looking forward to Christmas. He had a miniature Christmas tree standing on a shelf in his room. His giraffe-themed room was filled with his favorite items — a Playstation 3, video games, movies, Sponge Bob mugs and a pillow and his...




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