Kate Pierson on why her band is finally being taken seriously
A dark-comedy debut for Jewel Theater’s new season
Collection of short stories backs up local rallying cry
Nick Hornby adaptation is the Nick Hornbyest
Win tickets to Pivot: The Art of Fashion on Sept. 22
Live music highlights for the week of September 5, 2018.
Star La'Moan & The Kitchenettes play Michael's on Main on Sept. 12.
Local program is spawning some of the most innovative musicians in the country
Aki Goes to Bollywood performs Friday, Sept. 7 at Michael’s on Main.
The international ocean-themed film festival will happen Sept. 8 in Santa Cruz
Beneath the missing-person plot of ‘Searching’ is a subtext about humanity lost in a wash of tech
Win tickets to see the Dean Ween Group on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at the Catalyst.
Live music highlights for the week of August 29, 2018.
Little Petite and the Mean Old Men play the Crepe Place on Friday, Aug. 31.
Diego’s Umbrella promises sweat at upcoming Moe’s Alley show
Artist Ryan Feddersen brings indigenous folktale into the 21st century
Love story and family drama are pieced together unevenly in ‘Puzzle’
Live music highlights for the week of August 22, 2018.
Wild and Blue plays Roaring Camp Railroad on Aug. 25 and 26.
As Santa Cruz celebrates the life of local artist James Aschbacher, a remembrance from the woman who knew him best
Charlie Musselwhite on his musical roots, love of collaboration and latest work with Ben Harper
Meet the local artist behind the annual ‘Oddball’ show
A brief history of Buenos Aires’ Che Apalache and their ‘Latin Grass’ sound
New film features local group of mothers who literally surf through pregnancy
The “Final Transmission” episode of Documentary Now—the recent Netflix series in which Fred Armisen and Bill Hader lovingly skewer a different famous documentary...
Live music highlights for the week of August 15, 2018.
Wild Blue plays Wednesday, Aug. 15 at Michael’s on Main
Win tickets to the Aug. 29 Mura Masa show at the Catalyst.
John Jorgenson proves your piano teacher was right
Spike Lee was woke before it was cool, now he delivers a timely comeback film