Dax Swansons is ranked 45th globally among competitive eaters.
Articles by Georgia Perry
‘Time of Death’ offers a very real glimpse into the experience of losing a loved-one to terminal illness.
Ordinance 2013-14 will restrict the space allotted for “noncommercial use of city streets and sidewalks” in downtown Santa Cruz.
Fans of the former X-Factor star and local hero can now eat his likeness.
Fins Coffee in has hosted live music performances in Santa Cruz once or twice a week for several years, usually small groups or individuals doing acoustic sets while baristas steam milk for cappuccinos in the background. But a recent crackdown by music licensing giant BMI has left the Ocean Street establishment with a tough decision: pay several hundred dollars a year in fees or cease the strumming.
How Take Back Santa Cruz became the biggest heavy weight in local politics.
Better call clarity or maintaing a perfect panorama of redwoods? Boulder Creek challenges Verizon’s cell phone tower plans.
Why do we know the logo for Nike and Target, but not for US Airways? Santa Cruz County Supervisor Zach Friend knows the art of “spin.”
Randy Adams walked into Dominican hospital with a headache—no one knew it would be the last time he’d be able to walk at all.
One Santa Cruz company is capitalizing on Burning Man’s higher-brow side to get their message out. Manu Koenig, Co-Founer and CEO of Civinomics, a polling and outreach startup dedicated to facilitating community participation in social and political policies, will be giving a talk at the festival’s TEDx event on Thursday, Aug. 29.