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Fairy tales with a twist

Janie Scott, Director and Choreographer of Cabrillo Stage’s latest theater musical “Into the Woods,” admits she is a bit of a geek for Stephen Sondheim.

Try This | July 19, 2019

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Activism through art

A series of exhibits and events, highlighting local artists and their role in activism and social change, will soon kick off in Santa Cruz.

Photo Gallery, July 19, 2019

A group of bikes enter turn 2, also known as "the hairpin" during the Motul FIM Superbike World Championship at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. (Photo by Robert T. Higaki)

Sculpture, painting and photography on display in county building

The work of five artists is currently on exhibit at the Santa Cruz County Government Building, hosted by the Arts Council Santa Cruz County.

Try This | July 12, 2019

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Movie Review: 'Yesterday' pays homage to the Fab Four

There is no denying the impact The Beatles had on popular music and culture.

Photo Gallery, July 12, 2019

Pajaronian Photo Gallery, July 12, 2019

Art in the open

Fifty-seven artists have been canvassing the Pajaro Valley recently, building an opus of paintings as part of the Plein Air: Our Bounty exhibit that will open at Pajaro Valley Arts Aug. 14.

A symbol of community strength

A mural by UC Santa Cruz professor and artist Eduardo Carrillo in 1976 was only on display for three years in Santa Cruz before it was washed away and painted over.
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Murder arrest at Seabright Beach

A Santa Cruz man was arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of killing a woman on Seabright State Beach. The Santa Cruz Police Department said...

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