Tag archive for Bookshop Santa Cruz

Dance and Lit Merge at Ishmael Beah Event

Dance and Lit Merge at Ishmael Beah Event

Harry Weston wants to put you on an emotional roller coaster.

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America’s Favorite Poet Comes to Santa Cruz

America’s Favorite Poet Comes to Santa Cruz

Two-time poet laureate, Billy Collins, will read his latest work at UCSC.

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Head Chef Moves from Chaminade to Cabrillo

Head Chef Moves from Chaminade to Cabrillo

Beverlie Terra, Bookshop Santa Cruz Cooks, and Fall Faves.

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Chaminade Plans for Epic Oktoberfest

Chaminade Plans for Epic Oktoberfest

Although Oktoberfest is a good reason to celebrate, this month offers more than just beer and bratwurst to peak your palate.

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Secrets: History as Fiction

Secrets: History as Fiction

“This story, then, is our secret—yours, mine, my mother’s and my Aunt Francesca’s. And so, I ask, that it remain.”

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County Supe’s New Book Takes on Branding

County Supe’s New Book Takes on Branding

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.”

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Tickets Go On Sale for Fall Book Events

Tickets Go On Sale for Fall Book Events

Bookshop Santa Cruz unveils an impressive lineup of author events for this season.

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Patrice Vecchione Kicks Off National Poetry Month

Patrice Vecchione Kicks Off National Poetry Month

Poetry has been a lifelong obsession for Patrice Vecchione, who will read from her new collection ‘The Knot Untied’ at Bookshop Santa Cruz on April 2.

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Author Has Advice For Zen Skeptics

Author Has Advice For Zen Skeptics

When Rachel Neumann says “skeptic,” she means skeptic. “Reverence is difficult for me,” admits the author of ‘Not Quite Nirvana: A Skeptic’s Journey to Mindfulness,’ who will speak at Bookshop Santa Cruz Oct. 11.

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Susie Bright on Sex, Politics and Religion

Susie Bright on Sex, Politics and Religion

“Revolutionaries don’t look good on actuarial tables,” says Santa Cruz’s Susie Bright, but her own survival is a tribute to her strength, eclecticism and honesty. Maybe a revolutionary defies the insurance companies’ odds if she has enough of a sense of humor.

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