Acclaimed Santa Cruz photographer shares photos and tales from recent trips
UCSC grad says writing a good love song isn’t easy
Event highlights for the week of February 1, 2017
Almodóvar paints his Alice Munro-derived portrait of ‘Julieta’ in a bold, sweeping palette
Live music in Santa Cruz County for the week of February 1, 2017
Win tickets to Pamela Rose presents "Blues is a Woman" at Kuumbwa on Thursday, Feb. 16
The unique blend of genres that the members of Dos Osos bring to the table combines into gritty funk, with an emphasis...
Books, life, friendship and culture collide in entertaining ‘Book Club Play’
Former Soul Coughing frontman Mike Doughty’s solo career is a wild blend of genre-bending, tell-alls and stage gestures.
Former Kenny Loggins partner helped invent the ‘California sound’ that ‘SNL’ alums now lovingly parody.
Event highlights for the week of January 25, 2017
Live music for the week of January 25, 2017.
Win tickets to Paul Barrére & Fred Tackett Barr Friday, Feb. 10. Don Quixote’s
Scary Little Friends plays Saturday, Jan. 28 at the Crepe Place.
Steph Jagger explains why she set out to ski 4 million vertical miles in one year
Growing up ’70s-style with ‘20th Century Women’
Camille Utterback on her digital projection of the San Lorenzo River at the MAH
Rivvrs’ Brandon Zahursky still doesn’t know how his music got on television—but it’s changed his life
Event highlights for the week of January 18, 2017
Music highlights for the week of January 18, 2017
Win tickets to Tommy Igoe on Monday, Jan. 30 at Kuumbwa Jazz
Tsunami plays Friday, Jan. 20 at Don Quixote’s
Controversial director Paul Verhoeven returns with intense and disturbing ‘Elle’
Lucinda Williams’ new ‘Ghosts of Highway 20’ takes her back to familiar territory—from a different perspective
Mother Hips frontman Greg Loiacono brings his solo project to the Crepe Place.
Event highlights for the week of January 11, 2017
Live music for the week of January 11, 2017
Roxane Gay, author of the new ‘Difficult Women,’ on breaking down media messages and protecting rights in America
Adoptee searches for birth family in powerful ‘Lion’
On their latest album, the Bad Plus gives the jazz treatment to Prince, Johnny Cash and Yeah Yeah Yeahs