DJ Spleece plays Saturday, Nov. 11 at Moe’s Alley.
Jia Tella’s owner on opening his second restaurant
Lewis Rogers of Busman’s Holiday explains why the former busking duo went orchestral
7 Come 11 play Tuesday, Nov. 7 at the Crepe Place
Amid shakeups on the local music venue scene, Miller has started booking shows at Michael's on Main
Dreaming Ghosts plays Saturday, Oct. 28 at Crepe Place
Santa Cruz finds a new option for ramen
GT’s exclusive interview with Oberon Zell of the Academy of Arcana
Local favorite Wooster rises again for Halloween show
Watsonville-based local band Bananarchy’s genre of choice, “hangar rock,” has an interesting story.
Bay Area regular DeVeaux brings high-energy dance music to Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz-based trio Judo No encompasses Afro-Peruvian influences, but with a much greater array of styles.
Santa Cruz native says says the left isn’t moving the dialogue forward
Marianne’s Ice Cream opens a diner in Capitola Village
Cutting-edge mixology could be Abbott Square’s best asset
Middle Kids found quick success with their song ‘The Edge of Town.’ What’s next?
Queercore band Frootie Flavors sings "cuntry songs—songs from the cunt."
Luz Elena Mendoza speaks out in a whole new way on Y La Bamba’s latest record
Sol Nova plays Friday, Sept. 15 at Don Quixote’s.
Upcoming Flynn’s Cabaret and Steakhouse menu will cater to vegans and omnivores alike
On the trail of one of Santa Cruz Mountains’ highest peaks
Indie folk band comes out of its cocoon for debut album and headlining tour
Reverend Stephan Sams plays Saturday, Sept. 9 at the Blue Lagoon
Room 9 plays Thursday, Aug. 31 at the Crow’s Nest
Vegan spot brings West African flair to Abbott Square
Two Cow Garage frontman is better at writing songs than uniting the country
If the members of Groovity had listened to their friends, the name of their band would be “Shit Honey.” In 2012, the...
Would ranked choice voting in Santa Cruz make elections more fair—or just more confusing?
Q&A with Caleb Barron, owner of the Soquel farm
After two scrapped attempts, Pickwick reappears with a follow-up record and a retro-pop sound