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The Garlic Festival family is coping with the loss of a longtime, integral team member who always went the “extra mile” and built relationships that are “almost impossible to replace.”
San Benito County food and wine producers will have a chance to promote locally-grown or produced items at the first San Benito Olive Festival, slated for Oct. 19, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Paicines Ranch. The one-day festival admission is $20, with a website to be set up soon that will offer discounted admission for $18.
Nearly six months after $18,000 went missing from Garlic Festival ticket booths, Gilroy police detectives are still carrying out an open investigation, but remain tight-lipped on any leads or suspects.
Classic cars and hot rod engines roared throughout downtown Gilroy Saturday afternoon as the 11th annual Garlic City Fun Run Car Show came cruising through town.
In preparing for more than 100,000 visitors to descend on the Garlic Capital for three days of eating, dancing and wearing funny garlic hats, the minutiae associated with executing an event of this magnitude is a story unto itself.
Eight made the cut. One will win the crown. Meet your 2012 Gilroy Garlic Queen contestants – in no particular order.