Project Purr has an innovative way to deal with the local feral cat population. But birders and local shelter officials say the cats are a danger to other species, including endangered ones.
Articles by Georgia Perry
Jeanna Hurd-Parham’s proudest moments on the job are the times when nobody has noticed her work. As the official wig designer for the UCSC Opera, as well as the American Conservatory Theater (ACT) and Opera Parallele in San Francisco, her goal is to seem invisible.
“This tree is a complete abomination of nature,” says Andy Moskowitz, with a laugh.
Festivals, concerts and stage productions around Santa Cruz County and beyond.
After a recent rehearsal at the Pacific Arts Complex on Soquel Avenue, several members of the Santa Cruz dance company Flex sit on the ground in a circle.
When my editor told me I had a full page to fill with my musings on Santa Cruz’s first annual Internet Cat Video Festival, the first thing I did was wet my pants. Just kidding—I’m litter box potty trained, duh!
What’s the allure of urban backpacking? Only that it’s saving the Earth, inspiring art and making hikers look at their local environment in a completely new light. Here’s how one reporter took the first step.
Mazel tov, y’all! This year marks the 13th anniversary of the Santa Cruz Jewish Film Festival, and everyone is invited to the party. But instead of a pubescent voice squeaking out the Torah, audiences are being treated to top quality movies and documentaries presented at a variety of venues around town.
When the voices first came to Adrian Bernard, they came in groups. Eleven years ago, those voices kept Bernard awake for five days on end, sitting up on his bed, listening to their songs and doing nothing else. He says it felt like his legs were stretched from one room of the apartment to the next.
No one could have seen the latest twist in the Michelle Shocked story coming, as she traveled to Santa Cruz for an unsettling appearance outside Moe’s Alley.