.Geoffrey Dunn

August 30, 2022

Surf Legend Duke Kahanamoku’s Santa Cruz Connection

How the Hawaiian icon left his mark on this area in historic visits
May 18, 2022

Inaugural San Lorenzo Valley Art Tour Showcases Hidden Talent

The work of 32 SLV artists will be on display at the two-day event
March 29, 2022

When Santa Cruz Was the ‘Murder Capital of the World’

A new book dives deep into the serial killings of the early 1970s.
October 20, 2021

New Doc ‘Foodie for the People’ Showcases Local Culinary Innovator Jozseph Schultz

Filmmaker Jon Silver’s feature-length documentary will have its world premiere at the Del Mar
June 15, 2021

London Nelson’s Enduring Legacy

Black history matters. Getting it right matters, too.
April 28, 2020

What Life Was Like in Santa Cruz During the Flu Pandemic of 1918

What lessons can we learn from our pandemic past?
Ah Fook
July 9, 2019

The Hidden Legacy of Santa Cruz’s Chinatown

Uncovering the fate of one of historic Chinatown’s most famous residents reveals the harsh realities faced by his community
Nina Simon MAH Santa Cruz
June 4, 2019

How Nina Simon Reinvented Santa Cruz Art

The outgoing director of the Museum of Art & History talks art elitism, forging new community ties and what’s next