New book explores dining spots that shaped the local scene
Arts venue was among the first locally to respond to the spread of COVID-19
New exhibit at the MAH offers a grounded look at the world’s future
News editor to try his hand at stand-up with special coaching from comics
Meet Robb Woulfe, the Museum of Art & History's new executive director
Exhibit at UCSC’s McHenry Library highlights the band’s cultural impact
Tattoos, once banned in Santa Cruz, take the spotlight in a new Museum of Art and History exhibit.
Santa Cruz’s Loc Art app connects art lovers with artists from their own community
From 1919 to today, the group has survived war, real estate booms and local arts' constant evolution
How to bring large-scale public art to life
After a devastating medical prognosis, Santa Cruz writer and artist Jory Post is hitting new artistic heights
From the Green New Deal to a local politics Renaissance
Comedy meets 1930s aristocracy in musical revival
The Soundflowers play the Ugly Mug
The longtime Supersuckers frontman plays Moe’s Alley on Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Three-day Frankenstein conference melds pop culture, sci-fi and comedy
Esperanza del Valle performance celebrates traditions of Veracruz
UCSC alum Ivan Kovacevich talks Santa Cruz Music Fest, legal bills and flooded basements
“It became about owning your town, owning some piece of hope."
The ‘dream motel’ animates punk icon’s new memoir ‘Year of the Monkey’
Highlights from Mountain Sol’s 2019 lineup
From gun violence to the avant garde at ‘Pivot: The Art of Fashion’
A new letter, with support from donors, claims the Museum of Art and History has lost its way
Makeup, muckbangs and going from Kmart to the red carpet with the 20 year-old followed by 1.8 million people
The comedian performs on Sunday, Sept. 15, at the Rio Theatre.
Win tickets to 'Pivot: The Art of Fashion' on Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Rio Theatre
New York artist Pablo Helguera brings ‘Librería Donceles’ installation to MAH
A conversation with actor, director and Shakespeare Santa Cruz founder Audrey Stanley
Getting a little too postmodern with one of the Bard’s true treasures