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November 30, 2022

The quirky Fourth celebrations of Watsonville past that could return

The Fourth of July is a special day of celebration for every community around the nation. In celebrating Independence Day, we recognize everything and everyone that makes up the United States. That leaves plenty of room for interpretation. The definition of “American” is wholly...

PV Arts opens ‘Mi Casa es Tu Casa’ exhibit

WATSONVILLE—In late September, Pajaro Valley Arts (PVA) was finally able to open its gallery’s doors after a six-month closure due to Covid-19. For the first two weeks, the organization displayed “Campesinos: Workers of the Land,” a show that had been installed the week shelter-in-place...

Community farm wraps up series of outdoor art workshops

WATSONVILLE—Situated on the outskirts of Watsonville, just down the road from Pajaro Valley High School, sits Esperanza Community Farms. Established in 2017, the farm provides affordable organic produce to about 100 local families through a biweekly Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program, while aiming to promote...

The Slough Brewing Collective opens for to-go orders

WATSONVILLE—For the owners of The Slough Brewing Collective in Watsonville, beer is much more than just a drink, or a lucrative business—it’s a community. The brewery, formerly Elkhorn Slough Brewing Company, even reflects this in its motto: “Beer is people.” “Beer is a way of bringing...

‘Beyond the World’s End’ exhibition opens tonight

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SANTA CRUZ—The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History (MAH) will partner with the Humanities Institute and UC Santa Cruz’s Center for Creative Ecologies to present “Beyond the World’s End.”  The exhibition dives into the issues behind the current climate crisis, and presents ways that...

Watsonville artist commissioned for new mural at Cabrillo College

APTOS—A new mural by Watsonville-based artist Francisco Alonso is slowly coming together at Cabrillo College’s main campus in Aptos. Funded by a grant from the Cabrillo Foundation and the Cabrillo College Student Senate, the mural project is part of the institution’s ongoing efforts to promote...

New Music Works to present intimate South County concert

New Music Works of Santa Cruz will host a special, intimate home recital on Sept. 7 featuring pianist Sarah Cahill.

PV Arts announces call for Moveable Murals artists

WATSONVILLE—Pajaro Valley Arts (PVA) is looking for artists and muralists to be featured in Moveable Murals, a project done in collaboration with the City of Watsonville and the Parks & Recreation Commission. The project, now in its third year, provides a venue for artists and...

Fresh harvest | Photo Gallery

Do you have a recent photo you’d like to share? Send it to us for consideration by emailing it to [email protected] or mailing it to 21 Brennan St., Suite 14, Watsonville, CA 95076. Please include a brief description of the photo as well as...

New art exhibit to open July 6 at Studio Judy G

A new exhibit will soon open at Studio Judy G in downtown Watsonville, featuring artwork by gallery owner Judy Gittelsohn, her mother, and two of her friends from the late 1970s punk rock scene in San Francisco. “Three Punk Painters and My Mom” is, in...
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‘Catz on the search for new football head coach

WATSONVILLE—The Watsonville High football program is on the hunt for a new head coach this offseason after the school announced that Anthony Valdivia was...