Local seniors on dancing, fitness and avoiding the ‘ninny’ trap
Rescues are up along the Santa Cruz coastline, but saving lives doesn't always translate to making a living
Son of Doobie Brothers co-founding guitarist comes to Moe’s Alley
Former Virginia governor takes on white nationalism
Voting rights, RBG and more take center stage
Uncovering the fate of one of historic Chinatown’s most famous residents reveals the harsh realities faced by his community
UCSC biologist Barry Sinervo’s groundbreaking lizard extinction research could predict the wrath of climate change—and what to do about it
Janet Blaser collects the stories of 27 U.S. women who moved to Mexico
The story of a local politico who got caught up in the highest levels of Central American politics
From Woodstock to ‘Supernatural’ and now ‘Africa Speaks,’ Carlos Santana brings the global spirit home
The outgoing director of the Museum of Art & History talks art elitism, forging new community ties and what’s next
Why the 9/11 generation is caught between Hanson and the hyperreal
As organic goes mainstream, Cathy Calfo steps down from the group that started it all
A lawyer, a judge and an activist on how Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has inspired them and changed the legal...
A changing coastline and another real estate boom fuel a new wave of access disputes
Beyond the self-care craze is an opportunity for activism
After pushing the limits of consciousness to the edge in new documentary ‘Psychonautics,’ comedian Shane Mauss brings his science-and-psychedelics-themed shows to Santa...
New farm tour goes behind the scenes of local marijuana production
UK transplant and author cherishes hometown that shaped music taste
Sayed Nadim Hashimi risked everything to work with U.S. special forces—but he knows many of his colleagues will be left behind
Our annual tribute to Santa Cruz County's most eclectic attractions
With Friday operations set to end April 1, buyers and sellers make their case for an institution
Santa Cruz native will headline opening of DNA’s Comedy Lab and Experimental Theatre
Allegations of bullying, sexism and Trumpian tactics rattle the local political scene
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