The outgoing director of the Museum of Art & History talks art elitism, forging new community ties and what’s next
Update: 10-foot-long great white shark stranded on Santa Cruz beach dies
UPDATE: The stranded great white shark has died, reports ABC7 and NBC. Researchers believe the cause of death to be a hook caught in its mouth or a nervous system infection.
Students learn field of biotechnology [Santa Cruz Sentinel, Calif.]
Nov. 16–The Harbor High class, funded by the Measure O parcel tax approved by voters in November 2015, focuses on the intersection of biology and technology. From vaccine production to genetic modification, biotechnology careers are promising avenues for new graduates and the class examines th
All-SCCAL Baseball [Santa Cruz Sentinel, Calif.]
May 30– May 30–After Santa Cruz High’s baseball team went unbeaten in Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League play for a second straight season, it was common knowledge that the Cardinals held a heavy advantage to having one of their players land coveted Player of the Year honors at S
NUZ: Santa Cruz Seeks New Ways to Screw Over Homeless
Plus a new pot shop, environmental concerns in Watsonville and Don Lane’s latest blog
How Western Wednesdays Won Santa Cruz
The Crepe Place’s monthly country night celebrates five years of two-stepping
A Santa Cruz Guide to Beer Week 2019
San Francisco Beer Week kicks off Feb. 1 and will include several Central Coast events
How the Government Shutdown Shook Santa Cruz County
Local agencies and businesses report ongoing fallout from 35-day shutdown
A Guide to Holiday Entertainment in Santa Cruz County
From ballet and Celtic music to a celebration of our immigrant nation
Why Patti Maxine is a Santa Cruz Music Icon
As she prepares to celebrate her 80th birthday, local lap steel virtuoso is as busy as ever
How Santa Cruz is Encouraging Recycled Art
Watch how Santa Cruz is paying tribute to surfing icon Jack O'Neill
Jack O’Neill, the Northern California surfing world icon often credited with inventing the wetsuit, died at this home in Santa Cruz. He was 94.
Girls top Willcox, Santa Cruz, go 6-2 in tourney
BENSON — After trouncing Willcox 23-2 on March 18 and Santa Cruz 9-4 on March 20, the Benson Bobcats posted a 6-2 record in the Payson Tournament.
Is it safe to wade in or drink the water now in the Santa Cruz? Here's what to know
It's safe to wade in but not to drink the reclaimed water, city and state officials say. But little is known about emerging contaminants in the water.
Effects of ongoing gov’t shutdown felt in Santa Cruz County
With the the partial shutdown of the federal government now in its third week, people and businesses in Santa Cruz County are feeling and fearing its financial impact.
Why Locals Don’t Want to Lose the Santa Cruz Flea Market
With Friday operations set to end April 1, buyers and sellers make their case for an institution
60 Comics, 11 Venues: A Guide to the Santa Cruz Comedy Festival
Comedian and promoter DNA on the fifth-annual fest, plans for a comedy club
How Santa Cruz's Dr. Doom Beat Extinction Anxiety
UCSC biologist Barry Sinervo’s groundbreaking lizard extinction research could predict the wrath of climate change—and what to do about it
What Will Google’s $2.6 Billion Looker Buy Mean for Santa Cruz?
Downtown Santa Cruz is running out of large office space
GameBender teaches children how to code while gaming [Santa Cruz Sentinel, Calif.]
May 29– May 29–SANTA CRUZ — Instead of watching a TV show passively on the couch, children can now make changes as they watch and learn how to code, thanks to GameBender. The education startup, created by the makers of Makey Makey, will release its first gaming system Wednesday