Revamped ‘Trek’ will live long and prosper because it boldly goes where no ‘Star Trek’ has gone before
Dustin Lance Black's ties to the Central Coast helped craft the powerful civil rights tale
The legend's past comes to life in a moving doc
The seasoned folk icon Greg Brown tells it like it is
You can’t keep her down, so it’s best fly high with Margaret Cho at Mountain Winery
Why local stylist Tina Brown keeps you in tip-top fashion shape
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson ignites the UCSC summer stage with ‘Burn This’. Plus: We raise the curtain and look inside Shakespeare...
Israel Vibration’s Lascelle “Wiss” Bulgin gives GT a shot of positive energy
Social Distortion’s Mike Ness flies his country flag high on his latest solo tour
After the stunning success of ‘The Lost Diary of Don Juan’, local Doug Abrams wants to share the wealth
Chip & Jeff Dinnell/SoWat TV
Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens head to the altar for the fourth time in one unforgettable—and eco-tinged—performance art wedding
As director of the Santa Cruz Film Festival, Jane Sullivan is a wild ball of energy.
Who knew 311’s Nick Hexum had a spiritual side?
Is it just us, or can this woman actually save the human race?
Emile Hirsch explores inner landscapes in ‘Wild’
MichaelAngelo Gallery preps for its second annual fashion show
He’s not done yet. Why Peter Fonda hopped on the testosterone train in ‘3:10 to Yuma’
The adventurous Chris Sharma on tough rock climbs and what life looks like on top of the world
How newcomer Nikki Blonsky went from wannabe to gotta-see in ‘Hairspray’
The curtain rises for ‘Kiss Me Kate’
Deftones’ Abe Cunningham on the art of stayin’ alive
There’s nothing like a post-modern Punk’d-ish estrogen parade to liven up summer.
Local marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols, delivers a sobering message about the state of the world’s oceans
Rev. Deborah L. Johnson goes deep in her new book
Actor-director David Arquette unleashes his cinematic odyssey, ‘The Tripper,’ at the Santa Cruz Film Festival
In ‘Grindhouse,’ Freddy Rodriguez morphs into one fiery little torpedo
The ’60s, RFK and the hope for great change blend well in a moving ‘Bobby’
Steeped in family and tradition, the Coonerty clan takes the little bookseller that could into its milestone year
‘Fast Food Nation’ author Eric Schlosser ponders the big-screen version of his best-selling read