This Saturday, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (SCMAH), Bookshop Santa Cruz, and the Felix Culpa Gallery will host writers to help those less rhetorically-inclined pen letters for the ones they love.
Santa Cruz AIDS Project hosts commemorative program at Veteran’s Memorial Plaza.
The Monterey Bay fosters a growing movement toward organics and away from corporate factory farms. Local agriculture specialists sat on a panel last week and discussed trends and predictions regarding food production and dissolution.
For the next three months, Mayor Coonerty will host a monthly meeting aimed to educate Santa Cruzans about the way local government works and help dispel myths surrounding City Council, budgetary issues, and the relationship of the city and the university.
The Wicca community in Santa Cruz celebrated fertility through rituals performed on Beltane Eve, one of their religion’s four largest fire festivals at Seabright Beach last Saturday night.
The ninth annual Santa Cruz Half Marathon and 10K on West Cliff earns high praise from pros and newcomers. The event drew a total of 4,374 registered racers, which eclipsed last year’s total by over 1,000.
The phenomenon of lip dubbing, a continuous shot of hundreds of people lip-syncing to a selected song, has been planned by UC Santa Cruz Weekend Activities club to occur at the beginning of spring quarter. The finished product will be posted on YouTube.
In light of the attempted assassination of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), a town hall meeting was held by Rep. Sam Farr (D-Santa Cruz) at First Congregational Church in Santa Cruz. The meeting was meant to recognize the victims of the mass shooting, as well as discuss hot political topics related to it, such as mental healthcare and gun control.
A digital looping concert that took place in Santa Cruz last month showcased artists from across the globe who came to introduce locals to an increasingly popular style of electronic music.
Booths filled with food from around the world covered the Oakes Lower Lawn as hundreds gathered to participate in the 31st Annual Multi-Cultural Festival (MCF) on Saturday, May 15.