Posts Tagged ‘ The Crepe Place ’

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. Check out this piece from NPR. He will be making…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Jan. 24-26, 2014

January 24, 2014

Happy Friday! Hopefully you haven’t caught this winter plague that seems to be going around and can get out and enjoy the weekend! There’s still time to see this year’s Oscar nominees in advance of the awards ceremony, but there’s also a number of fun-sounding local events going on to. Of course, the big news…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Dec. 6-8, 2013

December 6, 2013

The weekend is upon us and this east coast girl is starting to get into the holiday spirit thanks to the low temperatures we’ve been having. This gives me an excuse to go searching for the perfect hot toddy recipe (anyone have any suggestions?) In the meantime, there are plenty of great-sounding things to do…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Nov. 8-10, 2013

November 8, 2013

The weekend is upon us and once again, I’m finding myself wrestling with that most delicious of dilemmas — there’s just too much going on this weekend that I want to check out. Until I find a way to actually be in multiple places at once, I suppose I’ll have to narrow it down. So…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Oct. 25-27, 2013

October 25, 2013

Vietnamese Cooking Class:  Cookbook author Andrea Nguyen, a contributing editor to Saveur magazine and a James Beard Cookbook Award finalist,  will lead a cooking workshop Saturday from  noon to 4 p.m. at Love Apple Farms.The class costs $119 and advance registration is required. Cake: Pop rock band Cake will pack the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium tonight. The…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: events for Oct. 11-13, 2013

October 11, 2013

The weekend is nearly upon us! I don’t know about you, dear readers, but the past few days finally started to really feel like fall to me. I’m still not completely used to these Santa Cruz autumns — not as much leaf-changing as I’m accustomed too — but the slight chill in the air this…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Sept. 27-29, 2013

September 27, 2013

It’s the last full weekend in September and there’s plenty of great-sounding ways to celebrate. Here’s a few ideas: Pina: The 418 Project on Friday night hosts a screening of the documentary “Pina,” which focuses on choreographer Pina Baush. The screening starts at 8 p.m. accompanied by free popcorn and will be followed with a…

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Science on Tap: The Importance of Dark Matter

September 25, 2013

Science on Tap returns to the Crepe Place tonight with a look at dark matter. The free monthly series, presented by UC Santa Cruz Women in Science and Engineering, brings an expert to talk about a scientific topic while folks enjoy some beverages and food in the Seabright mainstay’s lovely backyard garden/patio. Tonight at 7…

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Science on Tap: The Mathematics of the Sun

August 28, 2013

Tonight marks another installment of UC Santa Cruz’ Science on Tap series.  Nic Brummell, an expert in applied mathematics and statistics, will speak about “The Mathematics of the Sun.” The talk begins at 8 p.m. in the garden of the Crepe Place. From the blurbage: “Since our nearest and dearest star, the sun, is the…

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Everybody’s working for the weekend: Events for Aug. 23-25, 2013

August 23, 2013

Summer is winding down quickly, though those of us live here know that September and October hold plenty of great stuff in store too. Celebrate the penultimate weekend of August by checking out any of these events: Run by the Sea: About 200 people will run a 12k race along the ocean Sunday, from Wilder…

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