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Taste of Santa Cruz

Taste of Santa Cruz

An annual fundraising event presented by the Santa Cruz County Association of REALTORS® Housing Foundation, a Taste of Santa Cruz brings local restaurants, wineries and breweries together to share their offerings with the public. The event consistently raises more than $30,000 to provide assistance to…

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Dia De Los Muertos Community Festival

Dia De Los Muertos Community Festival

Not all Halloween fun has to take place at night. In order to get there before the kids crash from candy comas, it’s probably best to celebrate during the remaining daylight hours—like at the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, where families can take…

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Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman

Cabrillo Theatre Arts Department Presents Arthur Miller’s monumental drama Death of a Salesman at the Cabrillo College Crocker Theater in Aptos starting November 7. The poignant, sometimes humorous, ultimately tragic story of a man steeped in the conflicting values of the American Dream is, by…

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Open Studios Encore

Open Studios Encore

If you missed the Open Studios exhibits in North County and South County at the beginning of this month, fear not, dedicated art lover, this weekend is the encore two-day event which offers the opportunity to see all 243 artists throughout all of Santa Cruz…

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Shawn Mullins

Shawn Mullins

After serving eight years in the U.S. Army Airborne Infantry Division, singer-songwriter Shawn Mullins left in 1991 to pursue music full-time. Possessing a warm, earthy voice and an everyman perspective, the Georgia-born artist has since released nearly 20 albums, many of them independently. Best known…

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Santa Cruz Restaurant Week

Santa Cruz Restaurant Week

Santa Cruz Restaurant Week is back for one delicious week October 22-29. The event that offers a fixed-price, three course meal for $25 or $35 (excluding tax, tip or gratuity) at thirty six participating restaurants will surely have something to tantalize everyone’s taste buds. Diners…

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Yelle

Yelle

Yelle is a French-pop group that earned international attention with catchy tunes and great artistic sensibilities. But beyond the polished exterior there’s plenty to grab onto, with layers of beats, electronic flourishes and fist-pump-inducing grooves. Band members Yelle, GrandMarnier and Tepr have all cited a…

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Watsonville Fly-In & Airshow

Watsonville Fly-In & Airshow

The 50th anniversary of the Watsonville Fly-In & Airshow is on October 10-12 at the Watsonville Municipal Airport. The festivities start on Friday when spectators can watch the weekend’s star players, the aircraft, “fly-in” to the airport all day until 4:30pm. On Friday evening, the…

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Spamalot

Spamalot

The Mountain Community Theater (MCT) presents “Spamalot: a Musical Lovingly Ripped Off From the Film Monty Python and the Holy Grail.” Throughout the month of October, the local theater group will embark on the satirical journey through the Middle Ages with King Arthur, killer rabbits…

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Santa Cruz Music Festival Pre-Party

Santa Cruz Music Festival Pre-Party

After the great success of last year’s inaugural Santa Cruz Music Festival, event organizers promise a second festival next April jam-packed with a diverse and stellar roster of acts. But in advance of the main event, organizers are priming the pump with an official pre-party…

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