For our Food & Wine issue, Christina Waters finds a treasure trove of yesterday's prices on today's menus.
Here Comes The Sun
Santa Cruz ponders tax district for solar power
In The French Manner
Cash-strapped Watsonville moves to a 36-hour work week
The Art Beat of Santa Cruz
The Tannery's Grand Opening sheds a light on things to come
The public's last chance to weigh in on Watsonville's move toward blackout Fridays is Tuesday, June 9 at 4pm at 275 Main St., Watsonville.
Sam Raimi returns to 'Evil Dead' form in smart, spooky 'Drag Me to Hell'
Blooms in Love
Rian Johnson tours the Balkans in postmod tale of con artists, 'The Brothers Bloom'
Flying Lotus gives up the goods on cartoons, ego and his blistering live sets.
The Works, Al Fresco
Tough times aren't stopping New Music Works from putting on one righteous Avant Garden Party.
The Chappel Show
Former UCSC psych prof Michelle Chappel parlays her personal coaching work into songs.
Music and Nightlife Calendar Picks
Reggae superstar Yellowman, folkie Nanci Griffith, jazz drummer Brian Blade, Oakland's own Del Tha Funkee Homosapien and more head to Santa Cruz this week.
The Riedel Advantage
Mere luxury or worthwhile expense? Riedel glassware makes a persuasive case for the marriage of fine design, sensory input and hard science.
Mayhem in Mass Fiction
Jaime Nabrynski girds her loins for the library's annual book sale.
Letters to the Editor
June 3-10, 2009
Dave Grishaw-Jones, Senior Minister at First Congregational Church, makes the case for tolerance and respect. "Proposition 8 would just make Jesus mad," he writes.