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Recovery of Sea Otters in the Northeast Pacific: New Insights and Surprises from Soft-Bottom Ecosystems

at Seymour Marine Discovery Center

Brent Hughes, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Sonoma State University Sea otters are a model species for investigating how the reco…

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Heisenberg

at The Colligan Theater

HEISENBERG: The Uncertainty Principle By Simon Stephens Directed by Paul Mullins Featuring Paul Whitworth and Erika Schindele In this “vibrant and…

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Climate, Land and Water Outdoor Meditation

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This is a public meditation/demonstration, to raise our spirits, raise awareness, and raise the vibration in these troubled times. We will open with a…

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  • Why Cliff Café is a Breakfast Favorite in Pleasure Point

    Cozy spot has been a neighborhood fixture for decades Cliff Café is a cozy and quaint Pleasure Point neighborhood fixture located right at the corner of 41st Avenue and Portola Dr. Currently closed Wednesdays, they are open every other day from 8am until last seating at 12:45pm. Susan Edson has been owner and operator for…

  • Things To Do in Santa Cruz: July 21-27

    A weekly guide to what’s happening. ARTS AND MUSIC BACKYARD BIRDS Backyard Birds—Linda Baker, Jean Catino, June Coha, Larry Prather, Linc Russin and special guest drummer Tom Leitzke—perform their first show of 2021. The Birds perform a fresh blend of vocal harmonies in a wide variety of music, uncovering great, overlooked songs in genres ranging…

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    Year after year, ski and snowboard enthusiasts of all ages look forward to the coming of winter. This fall, Warren Miller Entertainment (WME) confirms that the joys of winter are eternal with its 70th full-length feature film, Timeless, presented by Volkswagen. Much of the world has changed since Warren Miller started making ski films in…

  • Back to School: How I found new purpose at Cabrillo College

    After the last presidential election, I knew I needed to make some changes.  I had been drifting, exploring beautiful places, only working enough to survive. The bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies I completed at UCSC in 2010 hadn’t gone exactly as I’d hoped, and my burgeoning career in habitat restoration had dried up into a…

  • The untold story of the UCSC Trailer Park

    As a UCSC undergrad, Luis Delfino lived in all kinds of precarious housing situations: an attic, a closet, even the bed of his truck. It was the housing crisis of the mid-80s, and things were getting dire. “People were living in their vehicles, or living in the forest because they couldn’t afford to be in…

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    The Boardwalk. The beaches. The redwoods. The weed. Long a hotbed of cannabis and counterculture, Santa Cruz County boasts the largest number of cannabis dispensaries per-capita in the entire state. Each and every type of user—recreational or medicinal—is sure to find exactly what they need at any of the many cannabis retailers right here in…

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