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California’s Coastal Bluff Diversity
A walk on the ocean bluff is invigorating, so close to many amazing natural phenomena, but these areas see too little ecological protection. Ecotones- the area between two habitats- are well known...
Happy 5th Anniversary to our friends at Sacramento Digs Gardening!
From Santa Cruz Sentinel...
Film About CZU Lightning Complex Fire, Salmon Airs Friday
A documentary by a UC Santa Cruz alum about endangered coho salmon and their struggle to survive the CZU Lightning Complex fire will air on PBS this Friday.
From Lookout Local...
36 North Playwrights Let Audience in on the Process
The collective of local playwrights under the 36 North banner kicks off a series of staged readings of new plays—a chance to interact with a live audience and get a sense of what works and what doesn’t.
A new executive director who’s been alive as long as his predecessor’s tenure will bring fresh energy to one of Santa Cruz County’s signature music festivals. Composer, performing pianist and arts executive D. Riley Nicholson is returning to California to …
Felton Singer-Songwriter Elisabeth Carlisle Launches US Tour By Julie Horner How many times have we said throughout the course of our lives, why am I doing this? For Felton-born singer-songwriter and music education advocate Elisabeth Carlisle, it was never a …
Dozens of Pajaro Valley Unified School District students walked the red carpet at the Edward James Olmos’ Latino Film Institute's Youth Cinema Project’s Oscar Awards ceremony.
The Santa Cruz journalist, poet, editor, translator and rabble-rouser has been at it for over 50 years—and is far from finished.
The Pulitzer Prize-winner talks Anthropocene, how science reporting usually includes a socioeconomic component and New Journalism
The interim manager of the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds has a message for the community as the summer draws near: with a team of people ready to help and a community ready for the much-loved event, the fair is on …
Comics may have been born in New York, but they came of age in California. And there’s more to the story than San Francisco comix.
The Golden State has masqueraded as everything from the Sahara Desert to the Swiss Alps. But which films best capture the real California?
The world-renowned 'Free Will Astrology' writer found his calling in a ‘Good Times’ classified ad 45 years ago
The iconic surfing magazine will stop publishing issues indefinitely.