Popular council member’s announcement opens up questions about Santa Cruz city government
Jack O’Neill’s ocean stewardship legacy is going strong
Increasing incidents illustrate how the ecosystem is changing off local shores
‘Santa Cruz Noir’ collects short crime fiction with a local setting.
Director of Cabrillo Choral and Vocal Studies has been raising voices for decades
Why UCSC’s take on Mozart’s opera ‘The Magic Flute’ was a full year in the making
Kelly Luker’s book ‘Private Eye for the Bad Guy’ exposes the hard truths of a profession shrouded in mystery
Psychedelic surf trio rides a new wave of inspiration
The former White House photographer tells GT about the images in his new book, ‘Obama: An Intimate Portrait’
While Mary Porter Sesnon’s name is well-known throughout the region, very little until now has been known about her life.
When it comes to the rail corridor’s future, can either side be trusted?
Retired firefighter Malcolm Terence on the new patterns of recent wildfires and how Santa Cruz is at risk—from the mountains to its...
Farmers are losing crops as they struggle to keep workers in the field
Our annual salute to the quirky corners of Santa Cruz greatness and strangeness
NEXTies Musician of the Year reveals how addiction drove him to rock bottom—and music brought him back
A fishing expedition reveals environmental threats to steelhead and coho populations
As Blue Summit plays the Santa Cruz Music Festival, big decisions are ahead for frontwoman AJ Lee
After last February’s deluge, what CalTrans has done to fix Santa Cruz commuters’ biggest nightmare
As Oscars approach, attorney Daniel Sheehan reflects on Nixon and Trump
Bookshop Santa Cruz brings Chopra to the Civic, on tour with his book ‘The Healing Self’
Amy Baldwin and April Lampert bring sex-positive energy and education to ‘Shameless Sex’
The staffs of Good Times and Monterey County Weekly square off on who has the top territory
Iconic studio celebrates 20 years of exploring and innovating the art of movement
From antibiotic-resistant bacteria to nanotechnology, these new findings change the future of health
New project ‘Black Lives in Santa Cruz: What Matters’ looks at race and representation issues
Local comic DNA reflects on his years spent following the Dead
By popular demand, we look at 10 more of the top songs with something to say about where we live
All the Santa Cruz County news that confused, amused, inspired and terrified us this year
Prohibition is over for cannabis, and the estimates of money to be made in the legalized recreational market are astronomical. But what...
The UCSC-based station has evolved over half a century, while staying true to its founders’ community-radio ideals