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.
Wheels of Politics Re: “Spoke Out” (<a href="http://www.santacruz.com/articles/whats_wrong_with_the_citys_bike_program.html): In the article on the Bike Church being frozen out of the action distributing unclaimed lost and stolen bikes to youth in the community, the actual dynamic of the decision is apparent. Five of the seven of the city councilmembers believe staff reports above their own observations…
Frank Lima almost didn’t leave his condo Sunday Feb. 16 to perform on Pacific Avenue, because he’d already enjoyed a nice afternoon busking the day before. It takes Lima, a 71-year-old mustached ex-stock broker, up to an hour to turn into the Great Morgani—an accordionist dressed head to toe in lycra, velvet and flamboyant colors.…