After a long legal fight, the term 'spring water' has been redefined, and critics say it no longer means anything at all.
It's not exactly John Grisham, but the city's court case against sit-in activists took some strange turns last week.
Bobsy Draper, 1941-2001: Local activist dies of cancer.
Bruce Bratton: The Santa Cruz City Club; nursing crisis; Cabrillo Music Festival reminder.
Work: Scandalous Code.
Cleavage Egregious: Two Bay Area artists lock horns over a giant ball of bras.
Cuban Invasion: Los Van Van adds some new blood for show at Palookaville.
Sights & Sounds: Lowdown, County Z and Carnivores wow the masses at free shows.
Inner Verse: In her new book, local author Patrice Vecchione offers advice for the writer within.
Serves You Right: It takes two to eat out: the waiter and the waited on. Both should understand the unwritten rules of good dining.
On Exhibit: 'River' treats Tobias Schneebaum as if he were the Wild Man of Borneo.
Weekly World Web: Where seldom is heard a discouraging word...
Nu, Bubeleh? Storyteller Erica Lann-Clark's new work, 'Once There Was a World,' draws on Yiddish folk tales, klezmer music and Jewish humor.