Queercore band Frootie Flavors sings "cuntry songs—songs from the cunt."
Santa Cruz’s Vicki Noble gets noticed for the tarot designs she co-created in the ’80s, and suddenly finds herself in the high-fashion...
Static character spoils attempted character study in ‘Beach Rats’
Bay Area musician and activist reveals the unexpected turning point in his personal journey
Luz Elena Mendoza speaks out in a whole new way on Y La Bamba’s latest record
Live music highlights for the week of September 13, 2017.
Win tickets to FashionART on Saturday, Sept. 23
Sol Nova plays Friday, Sept. 15 at Don Quixote’s.
UCSC alum looks back on the life of Dolores Huerta in new documentary
Strikingly staged postwar drama ‘All My Sons’ launches new JTC season
Indie folk band comes out of its cocoon for debut album and headlining tour
Live music highlights for the week of September 6, 2017.
Win tickets to Radical Reels on Friday, Sept 22 at Rio Theatre.
Reverend Stephan Sams plays Saturday, Sept. 9 at the Blue Lagoon
Food, laughs, highlight dry and witty ‘The Trip to Spain’
How Oliver ‘Tree’ Nickell overcame ups and downs and hit the big time with new album
Ana Popovic plays Moe’s Alley on Saturday, Sept. 9.
Event highlights for the week of August 30, 2017
Music highlights for the week of August 30, 2017
Win tickets at SantaCruz.com/giveaways
Room 9 plays Thursday, Aug. 31 at the Crow’s Nest
New film from ‘500 Days of Summer’ director isn’t just a ‘Graduate’ rip-off
Landscape exhibition offers new views on familiar territory
Two Cow Garage frontman is better at writing songs than uniting the country
Event highlights for the week of August 23, 2017.
Music highlights for the week of August 23, 2017.
Win tickets to the Mole & Mariachi Festival on Saturday, Sept. 9.
If the members of Groovity had listened to their friends, the name of their band would be “Shit Honey.” In 2012, the...
Engaging, eloquent film is more than just a crime drama
Five steps director Tyne Rafaeli took to turn one of Shakespeare’s ‘problem’ plays into a triumph