Santa Cruz Shakespeare’s ‘The Agitators’ and ‘RII,’ more
After more than a year of mounting pandemic pressures, we all need an outlet
Despite the promise of increased assistance, roadblocks remain
Santa Cruz Shakespeare’s ‘RII,’ Backyard Birds at Michael’s, and more
What the Rise Together coalition can teach us—and other communities, too
Dire warnings over the past year that tech was done with the Bay Area because of a high cost of living, homelessness,...
Santa Cruz Shakespeare’s ‘The Agitators,’ Makers Market, and more
Experts estimate the payments will cut child poverty by nearly half, an achievement with no precedent.
The choices that lawmakers, energy businesses and individuals make in the next few years could lock in an energy system that lasts...
The loss is roughly equivalent to the population of Los Angeles, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns...
Schools urged to fully reopen in the fall, even if they cannot take all of the recommended steps to curb the spread...
Bike Santa Cruz County is teaming up with the City of Watsonville and other local organizations for a youth pump track clinic...
Anthony Arya, Boomeria Organ Extravaganza and more things to do in the week ahead
The 34-acre tract expands the foundation’s holdings in that area to 450 acres.
Greater Purpose Comedy, Westside Marketplace, and more things to do in the week ahead
California lawmakers move forward a last-minute deal extending eviction protections through Sept. 30.
Derek Chauvin, the former police officer convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd, was sentenced Friday to 22 1/2 years...
President Joe Biden and a bipartisan group of centrist senators reached a deal on Thursday for $1.2 trillion in investments to rebuild...
This city will celebrate the Fourth of July with the Spirit of Watsonville Neighborhood Parade, a Mayor’s Bike Ride and a Red,...
Adaptive Skate Day, virtual magic shows and more things to do in the week ahead
In a place like Santa Cruz, where live music is such a vital part of our community, that’s a beautiful thing.
Unproven remedies have appealed to people in low-income immigrant communities in places where COVID-19 rates have been high but access to health...
The state’s large tourism industry is hoping for a major comeback. Chief among the cheerleaders, of course, has been Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Building with Purpose, effective communication webinar and the Maker Market
The best things to do and places to go in Santa Cruz County
A guide to a wide range of relaxation
Waters flow again at the iconic Well Within Spa
A guide to a wide range of shopping
A guide to a wide range of arts and entertainment
A guide to a wide range of attractions