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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Wood Fire Woodie

Wood Fire Woodie

Scotts Valley pizzeria gets fired up the old-school way

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Lupulo: Doing It Right

Lupulo: Doing It Right

Beer worship, great food and a secret weapon at new hops spot

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Dining for a Cause

Dining for a Cause

Chef’s Dinner, Live Earth Farm Dinner and Gourmet Grazing on the Green

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Foodie File: Sumano's Bakery

Foodie File: Sumano's Bakery

Local favorite, famous for their sourdough, is expanding 

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Himalayan Kitchen

Himalayan Kitchen

Chef Purna Regmi on the secrets of Nepalese cooking

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Outdoor Feasts

Outdoor Feasts

The next Mole and Mariachi Festival, Grazing on the Green and a review of Route 1 Farms last dinner

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Foodie File: Beer Thirty

Foodie File: Beer Thirty

Cups runneth over at Soquel’s new beer garden

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Locavores Only

Locavores Only

Farm dinners at Route 1 Farms and the Homeless Garden Project expand the revolution

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Foodie File: Kauboi

Foodie File: Kauboi

Japanese-Western themed unites sushi with whiskey and beefgrill

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Thirstysomething

Thirstysomething

Soif celebrates its birthday with a new twist, Sean Venus releases blue agave spirit, and summer wines

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Pop Life

The pop-up dining trend is freeing culinary imaginations and creating a guerilla version of event dining around Santa Cruz

 

Over Hills and Plains, Riding a White Horse, Bow and Arrows in Hand

Saturday, early morning, the sun enters and radiates the light of Sagittarius. Three hours later, the Sagittarius new moon (0.07 degrees) occurs. “Let food be sought,” is the personality-building keynote. “Food” means experiences; all kinds, levels and types. It also means real food. Sag’s secret is their love of food. Many, if not musicians, are chefs. Some are both. The energies shift from Scorpio’s deep and transformative waters to the “hills and plains of Sagittarius.” Sag is the rider on a white horse, eyes focused on the mountain peaks of Capricorn (Initiation) ahead. Like Scorpio, Sagittarius is also the “disciple.” Adventure, luck, optimism, joy and the beginnings of gratitude are the hallmarks of Sagittarius. Sag is also one of the signs of silence. The battle lines were drawn in Libra and we were asked to choose where we stood. The Nine Tests were given in Scorpio and we emerged “warriors triumphant.” Now in Sag, we are to be the One-Pointed Disciple, riding over the plains on a white horse, bow and arrows in hand, eyes focused on the Path of Return ahead. Sagittarians are one-pointed (symbol of the arrow). Sag asks, “What is my life’s purpose?” This is their quest, from valleys, plains, meadows and hills, eyes aimed always at the mountaintop. Sag emerges from Scorpio’s deep waters, conflict and tests into the open air. Sag’s quest is humanity’s quest. Sag’s quest, however, is always accompanied by music and good food.

 

The New Tech Nexus

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

 

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