February 28, 2024

The Editor’s Desk

We’ve got another week of too much going on to fit in one issue. We’ve had to stack some of the things to do onto our website, which…well, what do you think of that?

.Letters to the Editor

February 28, 2024

Letters

The article by Elizabeth Borelli, explaining gyrotonics And its restorative practices was very welcome.  This system of maintenance and restoration has been little understood.  However...
February 21, 2024

The Editor’s Desk

“If music be the food of love, play on,” wrote some famous guy with a quill ...We have plenty of love for food and music in this issue.
February 21, 2024

Letters

NO ON MEASURE K I hope that people will not be fooled again and will vote NO on Measure K.  Here is why. Measure K is...
February 14, 2024

Letters

Santa Cruz county has a serious problem with inebriation and addiction. We need this new sobering center.
February 14, 2024

The Editor’s Desk

Every time I perch at Abbott Square downtown, I silently thank Nina Simon for being so instrumental in creating something this town sorely lacked...
February 7, 2024

Letters

Let’s consider the common sense of implementing a genuine best way upon the transportation corridor which would finally provide a safe place for bikes and pedestrians...
February 6, 2024

The Editor’s Desk

We are deluged with your comments about our article about the 59-unit housing project at the Food Bin site on Mission Street, which has no onsite parking.
January 31, 2024

Letters

In answer to your Street Talk question... Yes, a statement from the city council is appropriate when the issue is extremely urgent...
January 31, 2024

The Editor’s Desk

The pandemic killed the performing arts for a long while, so much so we wondered if they would ever come back.
January 24, 2024

Letters

Sentencing Reform I look at people plus myself. Life is really short. I asked myself what is an incarnation in a Prison. Terrible I guess....
January 24, 2024

The Editor’s Desk

Elizabeth Borelli always has great tips on how we could be healthier. Her first column has some really great news about free yoga classes. Yup, free.
January 17, 2024

The Editor’s Desk

Musically, this month looks like July. We’ve got great national and local talents coming through. Wynton Marsalis says a singer like Cecile McLorin Salvant only comes through “once in a generation or two”.
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