Most people, it seems, are tangentially connected to at least one famous person. For me, it is my ex-boyfriend. Or it will be, when he gets famous. I met Brian Frange in my college improv group at Indiana University, where we dated for three years before parting ways. Now he lives in New York and does comedy full-time.
Articles by Georgia Perry
A crowd-sourced opera will go along with the museum’s family friendly winter wonderland-inspired event.
In a bizarre twist of cosmic irony, Temple Grandin, the woman responsible for single-handedly revolutionizing livestock handling operations in America, now has a handler of her own.
Grandin is a leading autism activist and animal behavior consultant responsible for designing humane livestock handling mechanisms now used in half the nation’s farms. She has grown so popular in the last several years that “she normally has to be pulled away from crowds,” says Lyn Dunsavage, Grandin’s publicist, “so we have people who handle her.” Dunsavage explained this to me over the phone, after I had waited 45 minutes past the time of my scheduled call with Grandin. “Obviously, someone has blown it,” she said. She suggested I call Grandin every five minutes until she picks up.
UCSC librarian and well-known local musician, Josh Alper, was obeying all the rules of the road when he was killed. His death reflects the increasing need for separated bike lanes, local advocates say.
“We have camaraderie, we all support each other. It’s a totally different female environment, to have women not bashing each other, actually supporting each others’ beauty.”
Twelve months of keeping Santa Cruz weird.
The global movement dedicated to feeding the hungry with free, mostly vegan meals has been operating in over 1,000 communities since its founding in Massachusetts in 1980 by Keith McHenry. McHenry will be on hand at the Resource Center for Non-Violence on Thursday evening to give a talk and share his tofu spread.
The vast majority of larger acts aren’t following the directive laid out by the new law, they’re just playing downtown like they always have.
Does Santa Cruz attract homeless people?
Teeny-bopper heartthrob of the late 90’s, Aaron Carter, reminded Santa Cruz of why the past should remain in the past.