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Sunday 12/17: Holiday Bazaar & Annual Open House
Monterey Peace and Justice Center
100+ Women Who Care
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Coastal Watershed Council
River Voices – A Video of the Downtown Streets Team
The post River Voices – A Video of the Downtown Streets Team appeared first on Coastal Watershed Council.
KSQD FM 90.7
Alan Ritch – Crows
Alan Ritch cares for crows.
November Sunday Dinner: The Art of DIY
For November's Sunday Dinner, DJ Duspie sits down with local activist and recording artist, RicoR. Rico Waya Hoffmann Rushworth (aka RicoR) is a drummer, beatboxer, singer, rapper, writer, and p...
Trianna Feruza: Live Interview with David Bean Thursday at 2:30
Trianna Feruza is a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist from a musical family out of Santa Cruz. Her grandfather, Solomon Feldthouse, was a longtime resident of the Santa Cruz mountains and fo...
Derek Whaley shares the history of train routes through the Santa Cruz Mountains and how they changed the destiny of this region
Derek R. Whaley is a historian and research librarian, who was born and raised in Felton, California. He earned a doctorate in history from the University of Canterbury in 2018. He began research...
Teens with Anxiety (Remix)
Episode 61: At present, nearly one in three adolescents will meet criteria for an anxiety disorder by the age of 18. In this episode, we’re joined by college student Elena Shain, who courageously ...
Santa Cruz Bird Club
Dec-Feb Issue of the Albatross
The December- February issue of the Albatross is here: santacruzbirdclub.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/68-2.pdf Continue reading
Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
The Curious World of Seaweed
This extraordinary exhibition features captivating color “portraits” of seaweed, inspired by Josie Iselin’s book of the same name. The exhibition shares surprising stories highlighting Indigenous ...
Rock Stars for Trans Rights: Trans Day of Remembrance and Resilience
On Trans Day of Remembrance and Resilience, Ami speaks with three, national “Rock Stars for Trans Rights” on “Moment of Truth with Ami Chen Mills.” Erin Reed, of the hugely popular Subtstack and T...
Event Santa Cruz
Shape Of Hope – Trailer (Featuring Martijn Stiphout, David Dennis, Richard Hoover)
A short documentary that explores a more sustainable alternative for crafting surfboards and snowboards while also making the boards more Read More
Top TikTok Nature Trends – Health Benefits and Potential Pitfalls
Explore how TikTok's outdoor activity trends connect people to nature, with all its health benefits, and how that balances with conservation of the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Santa Cruz Independent Media Center
Wednesday 11/29: Tell Good Times: Stop Publishing Islamophobia!
Good Times, 107 Dakota Ave, Santa Cruz
Friday 12/1: Land Back! From Palestine to the United States
Old Capitol Books, 482 Alvarado St, Monterey
Friday 12/1: Rise Up for Palestine! Defend Our People! Defend Our Students!
Meet at Baskin Courtyard, UC Santa Cruz
Capitola Historical Museum – Deborah Osterberg
Exploring Santa Cruz looks into the creative exhibits at the Capitola Historical Museum, which displays many surprising and informative elements. Host Christine Barrington talks with Deborah Oste...
Forrest Zenone – Alligator Stew
Forrest Zenone is one of the youngest epicurians of exotic foods. Photo courtesy of SenuScape.
Santa Cruz Mountain Bulletin
NORTH COAST MANAGEMENT PLAN PUBLIC INPUT
Members of the public are invited to provide input on public access and natural resource protection priorities along Santa Cruz County’s iconic North Coast. Led by Santa Cruz County Parks and fun...
Putting the Psyche Back in Psychology with Jungian Depth Therapist Eva Rider
Dream Alchemy, Kabbalah, and Tarot. These are just some of the tools in the tool chest of to guest, local Jungian depth therapist Eva Rider. This is a show rebroadcast from a popular episode recor...
22 High-Resolution Automated License Plate Readers in Santa Cruz Intersections. Do We Need Them?
On Talk of the Bay we explore a controversial new proposal to install 22 high-speed automated license plate image capture cameras at busy intersections in the city of Santa Cruz. The proposal has ...
Guitarist Mimi Fox on Making Music and Facing Challenges
“I never felt like I was ‘enough’,” Mimi Fox explains. “And now, for the most part, on my better days, I do. And that is a real gift of my aging and my healing, the changes I’ve gone through in my...
We Live in a Natural World
Environmental News November 27 – December 2
Coastal Rail Trail Segment 7b change orders Santa Cruz City Council, Tuesday, November 28, Consent Agenda item 17. Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail (Rail Trail) Segment 7 Phase 2 – Budget Adjus...
Plant Profile: Sticky Monkey-Flower
Sticky Monkey Flower is a native drought tolerant plant that attracts pollinators such as hummingbirds and butterflies in Central California.
The Tower of Song’s Essay-with-Soundtrack series “Samhain /All Hallows’ Eve & Its Festival Season”
After putting his Samhain-Halloween musical essay series on hold last week in order to do his annual Thanksgiving Day program ("Un-thanksgiving Day"), the Gypsy Scholar will be returning to his fo...
Wednesday 11/29: Monterey Rally for Palestine
Monterey City Hall, 580 Pacific Street, Monterey
Monday 12/11: Teaching (Beyond) Crisis: Black Ecologies and Critical Hope
Virtual event, register here: https://ucsc.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_P5GKNY-JT0GRysaJOK6fxw#/registration
Mountain Mama’s Firewood Advice
As we approach the winter months, there's a certain satisfaction in knowing that the woodpile we've carefully tended to over the year will soon be our trusted source of warmth. Properly storing fi...
Are We Dying From Capitalism?
“Are We Dying From Capitalism?” “Be Bold America!” Sunday, December 3, 2023 at 5:00pm (PT) “Dying for Capitalism is carefully reasoned and informed, spelling out what we can and must do, without ...
What A Week! Thanksgiving Week edition, Nov. 25 2023
You can’t be well informed unless you are informed well! Join hosts Erik Nelson and Tony Russomanno as they unpack the week that was. This week, meet the new A.I Overlord, (same as the old overlor...
Santa Cruz Online
Weekly Review November 26 – December 2
This Weekly Review features public meetings as of the time of publication, November 25 at 11:00 am. Meeting status changes will be updated as they are announced throughout the week, here on the Sa...
Good Roach Stewards: Shifting Baselines
“Shifting baselines” is a term used to illustrate how humans acculturate to reduced wildlife, thinking that what they experience is normal and good. “Good enough” is perhaps a better term. Too man...
On the Water Front
by Mark Dolson Two Critical Issues: SLVWD Financial Stability and Staff Retention The San Lorenzo Valley Water District (SLVWD) Board has met twice (October 5th and October 19th) since my last r...
November 22 – 28, 2023
\ Highlights this week: Bratton... Chris Strachwitz's and Arhoolie's new book, Santa Cruz Chorale concert, Espressivo Orchestra concert, movie critiques. Greensite...last chance for the wharf. Ste...
Perinatal Healthcare Workers in Santa Cruz County Call for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza
Campesina Womb Justice, a mutual aid project for womb justice and healing for indigenous campesinas in Santa Cruz County, has released a statement calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.
No Churn Coffee Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
The Joyous Kitchen By Joy Stewart As the days get shorter it feels like there's less time in the day to get things done. It's easy to rush through your routine and skip over your relaxation time....
Frozen JR” at San Lorenzo Valley High School
Felton, CA: San Lorenzo Valley Middle School Theatre is proud to present Frozen JR., with music and lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, book by Jennfier Lee, based on the Disney fil...
METRO Serves Rising Transit Demand at UC Santa Cruz with Additional, Extra-Long Buses
Daily UC Santa Cruz ridership has surged 30% since fall 2022 Santa Cruz, CA (Nov. 21, 2023): The Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District (METRO) has secured a fleet of 12 extra-long, articulated ...
Land Trust of Santa Cruz County
Conserving Land Since 1978 The group that got its start protecting Antonelli Pond is making its mark on some of the region’s highest-profile conservation projects—including a mountain lion crossin...
Steve Pleich – Anthem for the Homeless
Steve Pleich shares his anthem for the homeless.
Different Ways to Soothe a Sore Throat
By Marcey Klein BS, NC
Sustainability Now! Sunday, November 26th: Would the world beat a path to your door for a fully compostable plastic? with Raegen Kelly of Better for All
Would the world beat a path to your door for a fully compostable plastic? with Raegen Kelly of Better for All on Sustainability Now! Sunday, November 26th, 5-6 PM Long-time listeners to Sustainab...
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