.Dana Burd

July 5, 2011

Bark Less, Wag More?

Santa Cruz deliberates on whether to loosen the leash on its downtown dog banThe Santa Cruz City Council will consider at its July 12...
June 21, 2011

Breaking the Code

City hopes to integrate technology with government through partnership with nonprofit Code for AmericaCode for America, a nonprofit aimed at “helping governments work better...
June 8, 2011

Screen Time

"The work you will see, hear, and experience is the culmination of an intense two years as our students immersed themselves in documentary traditions...
June 2, 2011


UC Santa Cruz will soon get its first permanent scoreboard for the outdoor playing fieldAt five feet wide and 2.5 feet tall, the portable...
June 1, 2011

From Military Service to Nature Conservationist

State Conservation Corp initiates first veterans’ backcountry trail crewAssimilating back into society after serving in the military is anything but an easy process. But...
May 18, 2011

A Lesson in ‘Durbinomics’

Durbin Day’s economic impactDurbin Day wasn’t just about celebrating 22-year-old American Idol contestant James Durbin’s return to Santa Cruz—from the city’s perspective, it also...
May 17, 2011

Worker Worries

AFSCME workers wonder how UC budget cuts will further impact their jobsBudget cuts have meant cutbacks for nearly every area of the UC Santa...
May 10, 2011

We All Scream for Cycling

XTERRA triathlon comes to Santa CruzAfter two years of working with the Department of Economic Development on special projects, such as bringing the Amgen...