Jessica Hernandez and the Deltas bring a Latin sound and bilingual lyrics to their new soul-rock record
Live music for the week of September 21, 2016
Win tickets to the Watsonville Film Festival Sept. 29—Oct. 2 at SantaCruz.com/giveaways
Ten O'Clock Lunch plays the Crow's Nest on Thursday, Sept. 22
The author’s book series inspired Netflix series ‘Longmire’
Jewel Theatre Company launches 12th season with production of Tennessee Williams’ groundbreaking drama
Fathers, friendship, family examined in wistful ‘Little Men’
The fiercely unconventional Wayne Hancock wants to make you holler
Sheila E. performs at this weekend’s Mountain Sol Festival on the heels of a new song paying tribute to Prince
Music Picks for the week of September 14, 2016
Win tickets to Radical Reels at the Rio Theater on Sept. 25 at SantaCruz.com/giveaways
SA90 plays Sept. 21 at the Blue Lagoon.
Results fall short of ambition in ‘Complete Unknown’
Locate the artists by number and use the handy maps in this guide to plot your Tour.
Local music picks for the week of September 7, 2016
Win tickets to Soul Rebels Sound System ft. Talib Kweli at SantaCruz.com/giveaways
Travis Palmer plays at Seascape Golf Club on Saturday, Sept 10.
UCSC alum returns with a sad and mysterious album that’s also the best thing he’s ever done
Joe Ferrara of Atlantis Fantasyworld starts campaign to raise awareness
In her new book, the famed swimmer reveals what was scarier than dodging glaciers
As it turns 100, D.W. Griffith’s other pioneering film, ‘Intolerance,’ is almost forgotten
Live music in Santa Cruz County for the week of August 31, 2016
Singer-songwriter can play circles around her peers
Win tickets to The Zombies at the Catalyst on Sept. 7.
Toby Gray & Highway Buddha plays Sunday, Sept. 4 at Pono Reef Bar.
The late George Hitchcock wasn’t just a wordsmith—he was also an imaginative visual artist
Writer-director Richard Tanne captures the budding love of the Obamas, played by Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyers, in ‘Southside With You.’
The defining band of L.A. punk digs deep into its catalog
Local world-beat ensemble makes a long-overdue return