November 30, 2022

‘Forever Plaid’ is a Kitschy Tribute to Pre-Beatles Pop

Jewel Theatre Company's musical production runs through Dec. 11 at Colligan Theater


November 23, 2022

Legendary Composer Plays the Music of ‘Suspiria’ Live

Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin celebrates the 45th anniversary of Dario Argento’s classic film
November 16, 2022

Bitch’s ‘Bitchcraft’ Reimagines Pop Music

Electric violin, synth and world music influences drive the queer icon’s new autobiographical ‘witchy poet pop’ album
November 8, 2022

Salinas’ Mystery Lights Closes in On Stardom

Skyrocketing record sales, packing venues throughout New York City, a major record deal—the infectious garage rockers are just getting started
November 2, 2022

La Luz Unleashes Surf Rock Without Boundaries

A near-death experience, creepy graphic novels, birth and surviving cancer, make up the arsenal of inspiration that fuels the Los Angeles trio
November 2, 2022

Deep Roots Fest Reimagines Global Dance

The Tannery World Dance and Cultural Center’s Deep Roots Dance Fest showcases talented contemporary dancers from around the world
October 26, 2022

‘Maritime Mysteries and Monsters’ is Freaky Fun Education

Sea monster myths, formaldehyde-filled jars and the rare, deep-sea tapertail ribbonfish highlight the Museum of Natural History’s new exhibit
October 26, 2022

New Documentary Showcases Watsonville’s Annieglass

'Art of Resilience' tells glassmaker Annie Morhauser’s story and celebrates her 40-year tenure in Santa Cruz County
October 19, 2022

Ralph Macchio on the ‘Karate Kid’/‘Cobra Kai’ Miyagiverse

Franchise star becomes its unofficial historian in new book ‘Waxing On’
October 19, 2022

Bettina Aptheker Lets Queer Radicals Out of the Closet

UCSC icon looks at homophobia on the American left in her new book ‘Communists in Closets’
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’
October 13, 2022

Cabrillo College Putting On Bilingual ‘Romeo and Julieta’

Shakesepare adaptation celebrates Hispanic culture
October 12, 2022

James McMurtry and Todd Snider Perform the Rio

Two of the country’s most celebrated contemporary singer-songwriters bring their bags of stories to Santa Cruz
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