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40 Odd Moves: Solos and Other Entertainments!

at Cabrillo Crocker Theater

Tandy Beal and Company is proud to kick off the 2015 season with 40 Odd Moves: Solos and Other Entertainments! The show will run Friday and Saturday, …

Sunday

RL Grime

at The Catalyst Club

Seemingly out of nowhere, RL Grime has risen the ranks to the forefront of what is undoubtedly the future of electronic music. His debut EP "Grapes", …

Sunday

Coo Coo Birds, Rat King, Beach Fuzz

at The Crepe Place

Coo Coo Birds: http://coocoobirdsmusic.com/ab out/ Coo Coo Bird: 1) n. A species of Rock n' Roll animal, discovered in 2012 A.D., characterized by sav…

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    Winners Announced at the 8th Annual Santa Cruz Chocolate Festival

    Sadly, all the chocolate has been put away at the 8th annual Santa Cruz Chocolate Festival. But, congratulations are in order for all the winners at this year’s Blind Tasting Contest. The following is a run-down of all the category winners: Best in Show: Ashby Confections with a raspberry truffle Best Truffle: Ashby Confections Best…

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    Las Cafeteras Benefit Show for Local College Bound Students

    A group of musicians heralding from southern California, Las Cafeteras, will perform a benefit concert on January 30 at The Mello Center for the Performing Arts in Watsonville. Proceeds from the show will benefit the Pajaro Valley Unified School District (PVUSD) College Bound Scholarship Fund. Playing a uniquely East LA sound that incorporates a mix…

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    “The Muse” Plays to Symphony Strengths

    The celebrated string section of the Santa Cruz Symphony takes center stage at the third concert, “The Muse”, of what is turning out to be a stellar first season for new Maestro Daniel Stewart. All three of the chosen works, Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Tchaikovsky’s vibrant and lush Serenade for Strings, and Igor Stravinsky’s…

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    Double the Fun at the 20th Annual 8 Tens @ Eight Festival

    January marks the return of Santa Cruz County Actors’ Theatre’s 8 Tens @ Eight Festival, the annual event that features a series of short plays each night. In celebration of the event’s 20th anniversary, organizers have selected 16 plays to produce this year, up from the usual eight. Opening night is on Friday, January 9…

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    A Timely Tale Caps Cabrillo Stage’s 2014-2015 Season

    While recent storms have transformed the hills surrounding Santa Cruz into a lush, inviting green, up and down the state, local water districts continue to push for mandatory water use restrictions as California grapples with the effects of a years-long drought. In this climate, Cabrillo Stage presents, Urinetown, The Musical, a satirical tale of water…

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    Chocolate Festival Delights for a Cause

    Unabashed chocaholics rejoice, the 8th Annual Santa Cruz Chocolate Festival is returning Sunday, January 18 to the Cocoanut Grove. Featuring more than 30 different chocolate purveyors, the Chocolate Festival is a benefit for UC Santa Cruz re-entry students sponsored by the UCSC Women’s Club. Highlights of the family-friendly event include chocolate and wine tasting, a…

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