The best live music for the week of April 26, 2017
“‘Surf Rider’ seems like it’s going to be a happy song,” says Roby Behrens with a straight face and a mischievous glint....
Attention live music fans: the Santa Cruz American Music Festival is back with a stellar lineup for 2017. Building on the...
History at war with fiction in ‘The Promise’
Why this quartet, which plays DIO Fest this weekend, is taking things slowly
Veteran drummer explains the ‘ghost note’ after which his band is named
Event highlights for Santa Cruz County for the week of April 19, 2017
Live music for the week of April 19, 2017
Win tickets to Hanneke Cassel on Tuesday, May 16 at Don Quixote's
Speakeasy 3 plays Saturday, April 22 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center
Photographer behind the Family Album Project captures milestones among society’s most vulnerable
Why this year’s Dance Week is going to be better than ever
Heart, humor, drama, add up in math prodigy story ‘Gifted’
Tracey Helton Mitchell’s new book offers ‘Hope After Heroin’
Former Crooked Still frontwoman has established herself as one of the most innovative artists in roots music
Event highlights in Santa Cruz County for the week of April 12, 2017
Live music highlights for the week of April 12, 2017
Win tickets to Lou Harrison Centennial Celebration on May 14.
Ginger and Juice play Friday, April 14 at the Crepe Place
‘Frantz’ is a haunting postwar tone poem on love, loss and absolution
In her new book, Jennifer Ackerman explains why science is only just beginning to understand bird smarts
What would the members of Las Cafeteras do if they were president?
Must-see live music for the week of April 5, 2017
Win tickets to Omar Sosa GTS Trio on April 24 at Kuumbwa.
Flypaper Bleus play Saturday, April 8 at Don Quixote’s
Event highlights for the week of April 5, 2017
Auld acquaintance is not forgot in caustic, rueful ‘Trainspotting’ sequel
How Santa Cruz hip-hop artist Ra.be is using artistic collaboration to support clean water for everyone
After 35 years as lead singer of Descendents, punk’s resident nerd Milo Aukerman is finally ready to commit to this music thing
Homeshake’s indie update of ’90s R&B gets weirder and spacier on ‘Fresh Air’