Politician returns to the Planet Cruz stage at DNA’s Comedy Lab
Shelter leaders say how we treat furry friends has a lot to do with how we treat other people
The Soundflowers play the Ugly Mug
Indie rockers will revisit most acclaimed album on Thursday, Nov. 21
San Francisco restaurateurs bring a taste of Spain to the Central Coast
Martin Scorsese and mob-flick royalty breathe life into look at crime’s lasting legacy with 'The Irishman.'
Responsible recreation, Zine Fest, FrankenCon and more
Chase, who’s left the sheriff’s office, sounds off on the city’s approach to housing
Board also bans no-fault evictions
The CPVAW chair and vice-chair have resigned, due to a vote regarding two councilmen
Three-day Frankenstein conference melds pop culture, sci-fi and comedy
Acclaimed jazz trio plays Thursday, Nov. 14 at Kuumbwa
Bringing the ethos of fine wine—and a sense of humor—to local apples
Retired teacher-turned-novelist Mary Flodin shines a light on pesticides near schools in her new book, "Fruit of the Devil"
Cooperative ownership is on the rise
'I’m not going to be the only clothed person here!’
According to its new report, the MAH has $9.8 million in assets
The chef will discuss his new cookbook ‘South’ at an event on Monday, Nov. 11
Trio of brothers plays the Blue Lagoon on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Hall of Fame wide receiver comes to Bookshop Santa Cruz on Thursday, Nov. 7
Can Nazis be funny? Taika Waititi says yes
Chef Chris Pester on cooking with beer and playing with the seasons
An architect models how much the city can do with its library and parking plan
There will be blood in Halloween production
Chill-pop-rocker Mellow Fellow comes to the Catalyst on Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Plant-based meat alternatives cash in on carnivores worried about the environment
Edison, Westinghouse race to electrify America in atmospheric drama
Development and public health were top of mind at a recent board of supervisors meeting
The city's proposed parking garage and library project hints at deeper divides over housing and transportation
After failed 2016 attempt, Cabrillo College aims for $274 million bond this March