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Dig the Flow at Season’s Final Volunteer Work Day

“Sustainable trailbuilding is a marvel that must be experienced. Devoting a weekend day to digging side-by-side with a new acquaintance yields deeper conversations than are possible at the beach or at the bar. Sharing tools and tasks creates a bond more durable than any trailbed. And the reward—oh, to roll out on a fresh piece […]

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Event Santa Cruz showcases entrepreneurs of tomorrow

Alex Ferriera, Brandon Rossi and Justin Lyle had six minutes to talk about their plan to launch a nonprofit, ChangeBound, at Event Santa Cruz featuring “Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow” Thursday in the Museum of Discovery in the Capitola Mall. (Dan Coyro — Santa Cruz Sentinel) By Jondi Gumz, Santa Cruz Sentinel CAPITOLA>> At 18, Max Bowman […]

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Saving the Waves is one of Santa Cruz’s key goals and it Showed on Thursday Night.

The Patagonia building, located on 415 River st. downtown Santa Cruz saw an incredible fundraising awareness event on thursday night. The event became the center of attention for some 300 people, with local sponsors such as: Whole Foods Market, Real Good fish, Patagonia Provisions and Discretion Brewing making this event feel warm and welcoming to […]

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Tonight: Sleepover at the Boardwalk

It’s just like camping, but with laser tag, a bounce house, free run of the arcade, a movie and a sandcastle competition. The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk hosts the Family Fun Overnight in the Cocoanut Grove ballroom. Campers will get to play laser tag and a whole lot of games in the Casino Arcade, eat […]

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Los Gatos Wildflower Tromp

By Traci Hukill The blues and purples own the hills outside of Los Gatos right now. Last evening as the sun made its way down the western sky toward the dark bulk of Mt. El Sereno, it illuminated along the trail hundreds of cool-hued blooms nodding in the slight breeze. Most profuse: brodiaea, also known […]

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Watsonville ag company buys famed Redman-Hirahara house

By Kara Guzman, Santa Cruz Sentinel WATSONVILLE >> The Redman-Hirahara house, the once magnificent now ramshackle Victorian off Highway 1 at Riverside Drive, has been sold to an agricultural company that plans to farm the land. Elite Agriculture, a Watsonville-based almond company with farmland in Bakersfield, purchased the 14-acre site last month for $1.2 million. Jadjit […]

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Drones, Data X Conference in Santa Cruz!

Drones and drone technology have made many things possible that were only concepts and ideas. It’s becoming more and more common to see drones out and about in Santa Cruz. They have become fun and creative tools for the many photographers and videographers in this area. The photos and video footage from these angles and […]

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Chiropractic Medicine: A Natural Way to Health

According to the American Chiropractic Association, “…31 million Americans experience low-back pain at any given time.” and in fact, lower back pain is more common than headaches! If this sounds outrageous, it is! One in three people choose to suffer with pain, or cover it up with pain meds, rather just addressing the problem and […]

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