How UCSC hit the counter-culture jackpot with a new Hunter S. Thompson archive
Can a Silicon Valley startup change veggie burgers forever?
For local activist Gabriela Cruz, the battle over Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and the Dream Act is as personal as...
A local photo project encourages subjects to slip into a cursed gown and open up about their breakups
A Santa Cruz County farm is at the forefront of a movement to go beyond organic
Former Secretary of State brings her book ‘Fascism: A Warning’ to Kaiser Permanente Arena on Feb. 5
New Music Works will cover ’60s classics from musician who paved the way for Philip Glass, Brian Eno
The local Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) aims to convince the FDA to allow the drug in psychotherapy
UCSC students decode the local ecosystem
The Brit rocker reinvents himself (again) on his 21st album
The weirdest stories from Santa Cruz County this year
Door knocking with the Central Coast’s unapologetically progressive State Senator
Inside the ‘Luv Martha’ bikini maker's one-woman journey on a converted school bus
Despite a change of scenery, new book shows the author still loves a good argument
Behind the scenes of Santa Cruz’s most innovative and anticipated holiday show
The giving revolution grows with a fundraising drive for 33 community groups
Former rising star in Santa Cruz Democratic politics has made his name representing Trump family and shutting down Gawker
Local scientist Frank Drake helps the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) regain its swagger
Luminaries from the life of the longtime Cabrillo educator come together to celebrate his legacy
After decades of skepticism about Internet utopia, computer scientist and virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier is finally being heard.
Looking back on a decade of dining, and ahead to this year’s menus
William McCarthy of the band Augustines comes home for U.S. premiere at SCFF
Fear flourishes amid industry reassurance, conflicting data
‘Hall of Fashion’ picks up where FashionArt left out
High school's most popular sport in the age of injury fears and anthem controversies
Local program is spawning some of the most innovative musicians in the country
Could Ville FC change the game for South County talent?
UCSC Arts Dean hopes to start a revolution of creative entrepreneurship in higher learning
As he comes to Aptos Village Park on May 28, Buddy Guy is thinking about the future of blues.