Sanders organizers rolled out a platform, but critics have cried foul on several of the specifics
Once-popular sentencing reform is being blamed for a rise in crime
Santa Cruz hops on what could be a growing trend of vegan comedy
Should local governments take their message straight to the people?
Does anyone write more songs than the Blank Tapes’ Matt Adams?
Longtime Santa Cruz scenesters unite for perspective-shaking project
Fountain of Bile play Friday, June 17 at the Blue Lagoon.
Bernie Sanders speaks as California Primary nears
Public radio station works to save itself and prepare for a sale at the same time
Former mayor Gayle Ortiz looks to the future with Vision Capitola
Operation Surf celebrates five years in Santa Cruz
Even with Section 8 vouchers, Santa Cruz’s poor struggle to secure housing
KUSP looks to clear the static with new general manager Bonnie Jean Primbsch
Why aren’t more of Santa Cruz’s homeless using the winter shelter?
County takes innovative approach to cannabis cultivation as March deadline looms
The first thing one notices when speaking with Lisa Taylor is her authenticity. She speaks just as she writes: straight from the...
Rumble Steelskin plays Saturday, Jan. 23 at the Catalyst.
A quarter of Rail Trail will be built in the next two years
Leaf blower pollution goes beyond noise
Santa Cruz honored with gold award and new grants for biking, but improvement still needed on hazards
“In less than six months we more than doubled our catalogue,” says Stephen Sams, in between sips from his ambiguous drink in...
Mayor Don Lane talks about his letter on homelessness
Holistic Veterans search for alternative path to healing
The Deathless play Sunday, Oct. 24 at the Blue Lagoon.
Dangerous levels of mysterious toxin showing up in Año Nuevo seals
The Santa Cruz Music Festival is back and bigger than ever
American malls are disappearing. Is Capitola’s part of the trend?
Archer’s Dylan Rose is describing how his veteran heavy thrash band hooked up to tour with some of his metal heroes. As...
“It’s not that we don’t make mistakes,” says Scott Polland with a smile, from under his fedora. “We make lots of mistakes....
This year marks the 35th anniversary for the all-volunteer, nonprofit free-meal service Food Not Bombs.