Posts Tagged ‘ Santa Cruz Sentinel ’

Santa Cruz Sentinel featured on “Ellen” segment mocking newspaper corrections

January 9, 2014
Santa Cruz Sentinel featured on “Ellen” segment mocking newspaper corrections

Ellen Degeneres has launched a new segment on her talk show called “Correct me if I’m wrong,” which features some of the best corrections from newspapers around the country. In the first installment, our own Santa Cruz Sentinel gets a mention. It’s in good company though – even the New York Times isn’t spared. “Newspapers…

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Santa Cruz Sentinel to switch to paywall model

November 19, 2013

I tweeted this out yesterday evening, but here’s a little more information. The Santa Cruz Sentinel’s parent company, Digital First Media, has announced it will be moving to a subscriber-based model. In other words, the site will soon feature some sort of a paywall, though CEO John Paton seems to be cautious about using that…

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Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor overtaken by dead anchovies

October 22, 2013
Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor overtaken by dead anchovies

If you were anywhere near the Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor this weekend, you might have noticed all of the small dead fish floating near the surface. While at Aldo’s for brunch Saturday, I was amazed by the sheer amount of fish cadavers in the water. Jason Hoppin of the Santa Cruz Sentinel got the…

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Pacific Edge celebrates 20 years of indoor climbing

September 23, 2013

Seabright’s own Pacific Edge is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The indoor rock climbing gym opened back in the 90s, and at the time, it was one of the biggest facilities of its kind. Jennifer Pittman has the story for the Santa Cruz Sentinel:   The Pacific Edge Climbing Gym, one of the first indoor climbing gyms…

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The man behind Verve Coffee’s sweet swag

August 22, 2013
The man behind Verve Coffee’s sweet swag

  The website Sprudge has a fun interview with Kevin Tudball, the head of creative for Verve Coffee Roasters. He’s the guy who designs all the cool T-shirts, hoodies, mugs and other swag sold by the Santa Cruz company. Previously Tudball worked for another homegrown Santa Cruz company- O’Neill Clothing – but he based in Southern…

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San Diego couple gets hitched at the Mystery Spot

August 13, 2013
San Diego couple gets hitched at the Mystery Spot

The Santa Cruz Sentinel has one of those ooey-gooey marriage stories that’s almost impossible not to smile at, no matter how jaded you may be. Terri Morgan reports on a San Diego couple who came to get hitched at our own Mystery Spot this week. “Colleen O’Neil Cobb and her husband Nathan Cobb tied the knot…

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The Sentinel reveals its new website

July 23, 2013
The Sentinel reveals its new website

At long last, the Santa Cruz Sentinel‘s website has gotten a much-needed makeover. The new design is definitely a lot cleaner, and I like that there is now a more defined top story. I’m not quite sure about the new fonts though…in my humble opinion, the headline fonts might be a little too dangerously close…

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Jurors deliberating in 2010 Santa Cruz double homicide

May 24, 2013

A panel of Santa Cruz County jurors is deliberating in the case of a 21-year-old man charged with killing two  other men inside a Canfield Street apartment more than three years ago. Jaime Galdamez Guevara is on trial for the murder of 18-year-old Oscar Ventura and 21-year-old Alejandro Nava Gonzalez, 21, after an argument inside…

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