Debut of mini-comic-con on Sept. 26 comes amid wave of violence in South County
Impact of dry conditions already reshaping Santa Cruz ecosystem
90-year-old Renaissance Man Ramblin’ Jack has many more chapters of his life yet to be written
Music Director Daniel Stewart signs a long-term extension
A group led by environmentalists express the importance of continuing a measure that protects green space
His memoir ‘Cutting the Cord’ sets the record straight on the little-known history of a tech revolution
Could healthier habits be Covid’s strangest side effect?
On the four-year anniversary of his hiring, a look at what has and hasn’t changed under the charismatic SCPD leader
Poets from Santa Cruz and around the Bay Area discuss the art form’s newfound popularity
Community leaders tackling tough issues of racial justice and representation
Company has found a path forward with intimate plays and a willingness to evolve
Researchers find big shifts in mountain lions and songbirds
Bay Area sportswriter and ESPN personality had a huge impact on the people in the game
Venues reopen, but there are still plenty of unanswered questions
Black history matters. Getting it right matters, too.
Santa Cruz’s Vegan Comedy Show seemed niche—now it seems prescient
Billy Prusinowski pays homage to 1930s World Middleweight Champion Babe Risko
Debris flows along Big Sur coast add to threats for black abalone
In memoir 'There and Black Again,' Letts confronts his own issues around identity
More prevention, less red tape, immediate help for those in need among pandemic lessons
Revisiting the glory days of ska bands like Santa Cruz’s Slow Gherkin
Could this be a model for fixing the injustices of the digital divide?
Santa Cruz Mountains have starring role in indie horror film 'Sator'
Despite the challenges, many climate-focused groups say the past year offered many lessons
Clubhouse can appeal to both our highest natures and lowest indulgences
Santa Cruz’s Kaethe Hostetter built a life in Ethiopia with acclaimed ensemble QWANQWA—until Covid hit
New camping ordinances and housing-first focus among current tactics
Gooding brings a waste-not maker’s ethos to his Dawn Patrol Surfboards
"The Joan Anderson Letter" was considered a holy relic of the Beat Generation
AATAT’s commitment to community dates back to its inception