Goncharoff Responds Re: “Puppet Show” (Briefs, March 5): I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that there are people who want to tarnish my character and reputation. After all, when you enter a campaign for public office, you have to expect such things. But it’s hard to express my disappointment that the Santa Cruz Weekly would…
More than a half-century following her greatest triumphs as an artist, Mary Blair, whose genius placed her personal stamp on many of Walt Disney’s most celebrated films and amusement-park attractions, is finally getting the global recognition that was denied her during a lifetime of personal tragedy and despair. Posterity has a way of evening things…
The longtime Santa Cruz alternative journalism pioneer and founding editor of Santa Cruz Weekly passed away on March 6, at age 68.
Despite denials, city council candidate interacted with fake accounts
In defense of the Great Morgani’s downtown artistry
Amir Jamali, owner of Leyla World, which opened almost two years ago, enjoys changing the yogurt flavors at his Mission Street shop.
Dave Kumec, entrepreneur of Mission Hill Creamery artisan ice creams, is launching the second annual Scoops for Schools program benefiting Santa Cruz City Schools.
For the last five years, the building has fascinated locals with its confusing mix of beaux arts and Greco-Roman architecture, its breaktaking views and, most controversially, its 62,000 square feet of vacant space.
Katherine Reid, Ph.D. is a biochemist and founder of the nonprofit organization Unblind My Mind, whose mission is to raise awareness about what’s in our food, and how it might contribute to the diseases plaguing Americans.
A collection of fake Facebook accounts were used to support several of Tim Goncharoff’s initiatives in 2012.