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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Best Bites of 2014

Best Bites of 2014

A look back at the year in good taste

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Betty’s Eat Inn

Betty’s Eat Inn

Yes, she’s a real person; no, this isn’t her

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Tramonti Pizza

Tramonti Pizza

Why there’s no such thing as too much Italian food in Seabright

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Beyond the Jar

Beyond the Jar

How Tabitha Stroup has built her rapidly expanding jam empire

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Good News Restaurant Supply

Good News Restaurant Supply

George Neel is a pot dealer

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On The Rise

On The Rise

Manresa Bread Project, New Year’s the French way, and a heavenly fruitcake

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All About Cake!

All About Cake!

Local cake artist Rachel Cox goes the nontraditional route

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A Holiday Prequel

A Holiday Prequel

Holiday discounts on Love Apple Farm workshops, new restaurant to open in Felton, and chipotle hot sauce

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Round About Now

Round About Now

The glory of persimmons, plus Ivéta scone mix and lunch at Assembly

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Ashby Confections

Ashby Confections

Local chocolate maker talks chocolate and self control

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Dancing In the Rain

District Attorney Bob Lee’s death in October stunned the Santa Cruz community, but he had battled cancer fiercely—and privately—for more than a decade. Now one of his closest friends reveals the remarkable inside story

 

Our Gifts - Fiery Sacrificial Lights to One Another

Wednesday is Christmas Eve, Hanukkah ends and the Moon is in Aquarius, calling for the new world to take shape at midnight. Thursday morning, the sun, at the Tropic of Capricorn, begins moving northward. The desire currents are stilled. A great benediction of spiritual force (Capricorn’s Rays 1, 3, 7) streams into Earth. Temple bells ring out. The heavens bend low; the Earth is lifted up to the Light. Angels and Archangels chant, “On Earth, peace, goodwill to all.” As these forces stream into the Earth they assume long swirling lines of light, in the likeness of the Madonna and Child. The holy child is born. Let our hearts be “impressed” with and hold this picture, especially because Christmas may be difficult this year. Christmas Day is void of course moon (v/c moon), which means we may feel somewhat disconnected from one another. It’s difficult to connect in a v/c moon. Try anyway. Mercury joins Pluto in Capricorn. Uh oh … we don’t bring up the past containing any dark and difficult issues. We are to attempt new ways of communicating—expressing aspirations and love for one another, replacing wounding, sadness, lostness, and hurts of the past. Play soothing music, pray together, have the intention for peace, harmony and goodwill. Don’t be surprised if things feel out of control and/or arguments arise. We remember, before a new harmony emerges, chaos and crisis come first to clear the air. We are to be the harmonizers. Christmas evening is more harmonious, less difficult, more of what Christmas should be— radiations of love, sharing, kindness, compassion and care. Sunday, Feast Day of the Holy Family, is surprising. Wednesday is New Year’s Eve, the last day of 2014. Taurus moon, a stabilizing energy, ushers in the New Year. Happy New Year, everyone! Peace to everyone. Let us realize we are gifts radiating diamond light to one another. Living sacrificial flames!

 

The New Tech Nexus

Community leaders in science and technology unite to form web-based networking program

 

Let My People Go

There’s a lot to like in Ridley Scott’s maligned ‘Exodus’
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