.Christina Wise

Christina Wise covers politics, education, art & culture, and housing issues. She has a degree in Communication from San Diego State University, and has lived in the San Lorenzo Valley since 1996. She's a community advocate and a mother of two.
October 19, 2022

Big Basin Inspires Historical Reenactment

A theatrical performance based on Traci Bliss’ book, ‘Big Basin Redwood Forest: California’s Oldest State Park’
September 30, 2022

New Scotts Valley Theater to Hold Open House

Scotts Valley Community Theater Guild headquarters marks a collaboration with the city
September 22, 2022

The 8 Tens @ 8 Short Play Festival Returns

The ‘longest running short play festival in the world’ is back and better than ever
September 5, 2022

New CZU Fire Book Aims for ‘Hope and Healing’

‘The People Not the Fire: Stories of Resilience’ highlights San Lorenzo Valley residents’ stories
August 17, 2022

Exhibit Highlights CZU Stories, Survivors’ Art

Show runs for two months at Felix Kulpa Gallery and will feature First Friday event on Sept. 2
County considering borrowing millions
August 10, 2022

New Film Honors Those Affected by the CZU Lightning Complex Fires

Mountain Community Theater’s ‘The CZU Fire in Their Own Words: Fighting Fires, Losing Homes and Rebuilding Community’ is a living document and gift to the community
July 8, 2022

New Film Honors CZU Survivors

The Mountain Community Theater’s documentary debuts this weekend at the Boulder Creek Rec Center
April 21, 2022

Tree Huggers Unite for Earth Day

Sempervirens fund challenges people to show love for nature with a hug on social media