The waters off the Santa Cruz coast are brimming with life, thanks to favorable oceanographic conditions. However, some Santa Cruz area scientists are concerned global warming could leave future generations of marine life struggling for survival.
Taste of a New Generation
With 'Stuff White People Like,' Christian Lander skewers the conventional wisdom of the liberal upper-class
Santa Cruz County Public Works officials are eyeing a technological breakthrough that could simultaneously eliminate waste and generate carbon-neutral electricity, but opponents have labeled the plan environmental racism.
Nūz: Santa Cruz County News Briefs
Santa Cruz leaders hope residents will vote for much needed funds for emergency dispatch services, two Live Oak citizens battle gangs through public art, former Santa Cruz mayor Katherine Beiers is throwing her hat in this November's Santa Cruz city council race and Santa Cruz alt-energy guru David Blume proves once again that Californians are searching vigorsouly for a non-petroleum solution to the energy crisis.
'Tell No One'
French skinnydipping goes wrong, horribly wrong.
A british detective ruffles his supervisors' feathers in the TV series "Rebus" and Brazilian dancing queen Carmen Miranda transcends sterotypes in a new DVD collection dedicated to her early work
The Robert Walter trio brings the best of the New Orleans jazz scene to the Kuumbwa
The Carmel Bach Festival Chorale overdoes itself again for a gorgeous rendering of the master's classics.
Rachel Williams brings an artic blast to a warm Santa Cruz summer night with her airy folk singing
Music and Nightlife Calendar Picks
Blue Oyster Cult, Y&T, Antsy Mcclain, the Trailer Park Trobadours and the Cabrillo Orchestra make beautiful music in Santa Cruz this week, along with a genorous helping of other acts.
Profile: Jim Cochran
This longtime Santa Cruz farmer knows how to manage his finances, but he also knows how to be a good boss and environmental steward
The salad bar concept is applied to frozen yogurt on Water St in Santa Cruz and the Ritz Carlton of Half Moon Bay finally realizes Santa Cruz wines are absolutely delicious
War and Love in the Glen
Shakespeare Santa Cruz makes the much-rehashed 'Romeo and Juliet' fresh again without resorting to cheap gimmicks