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Sunday

Season Of Light

at Kuumbwa Jazz Center

The award-winning, singer-songwriting duo and long-time favorites in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas, Alisa Fineman & Kimball Hurd will b…

Sunday

Coco Montoya

at Moe's Alley

Moe's Alley welcomes back blues favorite COCO MONTOYA as part of our afternoon blues series. Returning to Alligator with his new album, Hard Truth, …

Saturday

The Santa Cruz Chorale begins their 2017-2018 season with the December holiday concert, “Christmas with the Chorale.”

at Holy Cross Church

The Santa Cruz Chorale begins their 2017-2018 season with the December holiday concert, “Christmas with the Chorale.” This year the Chorale’s Ch…

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    Intro to OPERS at UCSC

    The motto of the Office of Physical Education, Recreation and Sports (OPERS) is “there’s something for everyone,” and that’s exactly what the biggest and baddest sports/recreation/wellness/fitness organization on UCSC’s campus seeks to provide. The university administration takes student health and fitness seriously, and budgets millions of dollars for OPERS to ensure that Slugs have top-notch…

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    A Brief History of Kresge College at UCSC

    Gary Merrill was driving his Volkswagen van to his apartment on the UCSC campus when he saw four naked women lounging on his roof. After gawking a moment too long, he proceeded to run his van into a ditch. It was the early ’70s, and as I came to find out while researching this story,…

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    Y2K Live Looping Festival Returns Oct 17-24

    Audio/video artist Albert Mathias headlines the Y2K Live Looping Festival as stRiCtLy AlBeRt. PHOTO: George Wilshire   “I never would’ve become a multi-instrumentalist if it wasn’t for looping,” exclaims Rick Walker. “Every year I continue to add a new paradigm.” The talented and eccentric artist is discussing his Y2K Live Looping Festival, which runs from October 17-24 throughout…

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    Santa Cruz Shakespeare Video Interview with Director Tyne Rafaeli

    Director Tyne Rafaeli shares her vision on her contemporary political thriller of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, a co-production of Santa Cruz Shakespeare and CalShakes.

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    Dining Destination: Soquel Village

    Most visitors to Santa Cruz flock to downtown when it comes time to eat out. But located just outside the most worn tourist paths, and a short trip inland from Capitola Village, lies another dining destination whose concentration of restaurants rivals downtown in their diversity and consistency of quality. On the strip of Soquel Drive…

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    Santa Cruz Music’s Americana Roots

    “Americana” isn’t an easy genre to define. It can be folk, country, rock, bluegrass, blues or jazz—and usually involves a mixture of those genres. At heart, though, it’s simply American roots music, and over the last few years, it’s risen to the top of the Santa Cruz music scene. These days, several of the most…

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