Anyone who has worked extensively as an artist or maker is probably familiar with long hours spent alone in a workspace with just a dream and maybe a pet or ficus plant for company. Whole days can pass without human contact, and if the mailman or a UPS driver happens by, the eye contact and…
Posts Tagged: Soquel
Most visitors to Santa Cruz flock to downtown when it comes time to eat out. But located just outside the most worn tourist paths, and a short trip inland from Capitola Village, lies another dining destination whose concentration of restaurants rivals downtown in their diversity and consistency of quality. On the strip of Soquel Drive…
Santa Cruz remembers the local high school graduate, who died one day before her 23rd birthday.
One county, seven days, thirty-two restaurants—and all with three-course meals for $25; let the feasting begin.
A student offers a firsthand perspective on the difference between bullying and teasing. Another reader, meanwhile, talks medicare and healthcare reform.
Tanned and relaxed, Michael Clark looks as engaged with his culinary commitment as he did 11 years ago, when he opened Michael’s on Main in Soquel village.
One reader gets smart with the concept of 3-D printing. Meanwhile a disc golf expert takes issue with a previous comment regarding the possibility of a new Soquel course.
One thoughtful reader imagines an America where our wages go up—not just our gas prices and rent. Other ‘Weekly’ readers find new angles on a much-discussed cult film and on a heavily debated Soquel disc golf course.