Magnifying Motherhood

“My wife would find this very interesting.” This is one of the most common responses Irene Lusztig received while working on “The Motherhood Archives,”...

Three Nights of Adventure

From the looks of this year’s film list, you can expect skiing, ice climbing, mountain biking, tree frogs, an avalanche or two and some risk-taking, all for the sake of promoting the wonderful complexity of the outdoors.

‘Art +’ Ventures Beyond Artistic Horizons

For the next six months, you can expect to stumble upon an interesting array of artwork in the mini-galleries at the Elena Baskin Visual Arts Center.

Relationflix: Dinner and a Movie

Harold and Maude (1971) When a youthful man obsessed with suicide (Bud Cort) meets a quirky older woman (Ruth Gordon), the two break down ageist...


HONEYMOON PHASE “Poetic Justice” by Kendrick Lamar Kendrick’s album “Good Kid, m.A.A.d City” received seven Grammy nominations this past year. While Macklemore walked away with four...

Sundry Sculptures Made from the Heart

It’s Valentine’s Day and you’re still wondering what to get for your loved one. Roses? Too typical. Chocolate? How original. This year, spice it up with Valentine’s Day inspired artwork.

Leaving a Legacy in the World of Music

Family and colleagues celebrate the life and works of Fredric Lieberman at Music Center Recital Hall

Fur Art’s Sake

Bringing her fur textiles, print images and stories, artist Alexandra Emberley explained her art and process as the final visiting speaker in a three-part lecture series titled “Stories Unlimited: Layered Meaning and Process,” funded by the UCSC arts division.

Academy Award Nominated Documentary to be Screened at Science Hill

Director Joshua Oppenheimer will accompany his documentary “The Act Of Killing” for a screening and Q&A on Jan. 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Eclectic Design, Music Divine

Feed Me Jack, band made up of UCSC students, recently played at beloved local venue the Crepe Place — an idiosyncratic gem in-and-of itself.