Readers take on public safety, desal and the Second Amendment.
Articles by Guest Writers
Readers propose better lighting, rehab facilities and a total image overhaul as solutions to make Santa Cruz a safer place.
Reader opinions are all over the map about public safety and Santa Cruz’s angriest man.
A client of recent “Wellness” subject Dr. Shunney, writes in to share what diet changes saved his life. Meanwhile, “Tom Tomorrow” offends a reader, and everyone agrees ending homelessness is a good idea.
Reader responses to Needle Exchange, the city’s LED street lights and how a former San Lorenzo Valley resident and frequent attendant at county supervisorial meetings would have reacted to a recent change to the LAFCO panel.
One reader dismisses concerns about public water, while another gets deep into the real reason for corked wine.
Readers write-in about fine dining, facial hair and tap water.
Readers share their responses to a recent story on the local fine dining scene, which discussed the closing of Le Cigare Volant Restaurant.
I am a local wine broker representative and have had my profile pictured in these pages. I have seen way too many restaurants fold over my 30 years in the business, and three years running a wine bar. My take on the restaurant scene is this: “Santa Cruz is the land of the bottom feeders.” People here do not spend, either because they cannot or will not. It is a way of life here.
Much love for John Craigie, not as much for disruptive library patrons and President Obama.