Glow Festival returns to the Museum of Art and History

October 15, 2014

The annual even Glow: Festival of Fire and Light is hands-down my favorite event in Santa Cruz. Last year I had a blast shaking my booty to the sights and sounds of the Dancetronauts, among other fun performances. Check out this piece from KQED: “Suffering from Post-Burn Blues? The GLOW Light and Fire Festival might…

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Sean Rowe at the Crepe Place Thursday

October 15, 2014

It’s not often that a little slice of 518 comes to the 831. Singer-songwriter (and forager) Sean Rowe hails from my hometown area in upstate New York, the Capital Region, aka Albany/Troy/Schenectady. He’s on tour for his new album, which is getting some major accolades.…

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Cancer forces Santa Cruz County District Attorney to step down

October 8, 2014
Cancer forces Santa Cruz County District Attorney to step down

For those intrinsically involved with the Santa Cruz County court system, it’s been no secret that top prosecutor Bob Lee has been mostly out of the office for the past several months as he battles a virulent form of cancer. Second banana Jeff Rosell, the…

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Sing-a-long Nightmare Before Christmas at the Rio

October 8, 2014
Sing-a-long Nightmare Before Christmas at the Rio

Well this sounds like a lot of fun. Tim Burton’s classic animated film “The Nightmare Before Christmas”  will be screened at the Rio on Oct. 30. But that’s not all…

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Living Writers Series lineup announced

September 29, 2014

UC Santa Cruz has released the schedule for this year’s fall edition of the Living Writers Series. This year’s writers include Tobias Woolf (of “This Boy’s Life” fame,) local writer…

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Little Free Libraries in Santa Cruz

September 24, 2014
Little Free Libraries in Santa Cruz

Have you heard about little free libraries? Basically, they are miniature libraries where people can take and leave books on the honor system. They’re cropping up all over the country,…

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