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Dining Reviews

Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Crop Bumper

Crop Bumper

UCSC hosts 20th Fall Harvest Festival, plus impressive airport eats and an Olive Festival

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

The Crepe Place

The Crepe Place

The history of a historic spot

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Bagel Love

Bagel Love

Our food writer returns from the east coast with a reinstated love for bagels

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Melinda’s

Melinda’s

New Capitola bakery takes gluten-free goods to the next level

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Wurst Case Scenario

Wurst Case Scenario

Venus Spirits releases agave spirit, Renee Shepherd on planting garlic, Sausagefest 2014, and wine harvest in full swing

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Café Carbonero

Café Carbonero

Scotts Valley gem serves healthy, wholesome food day after day

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

Sweet Treats

Sweet Treats

Local cannabis bakers win award for cookies

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Food & Drink - Dining Reviews

In a Pickle

In a Pickle

How to save late summer in a jar, infant abalone at Avanti, and farmers market tomatoes 

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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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Lupulo: Doing It Right

Lupulo: Doing It Right

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

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Panel Discussion

After 39 years in business, the owner of Santa Cruz’s Atlantis Fantasyworld looks back at how comics have evolved

 

Passion Week, Eclipse, Full Moon, Aries Festival, Passover and Easter

We have entered a most important week of multiple festivals. Three ages and religious festivals—stages for humanity’s development—are occurring simultaneously. Aries (Age of Laws), Pisces (Age of Faith), and Aquarian (Age of Science and Humanity); Jewish, Christian/Catholic and Esoteric teachings. The first of the three Spring Festivals occurs Saturday along with the full moon, a total lunar eclipse (something in form and matter has come to an end, its usefulness completed). It’s also Passover, celebrating the passage from the Taurus to the Aries Age, symbolized by the Hebrew people’s walk of 40 years from Egypt through the Sinai Desert to Canaan (land of milk and honey), culminating with Moses receiving the 10 Commandments—laws that directed humanity through the Aries Age. Passover celebrates their safe passage out of Egypt, “the Angel passing over the Jewish homes, safeguarding their first born.” The Aries Festival (first of three Spring Festivals—Aries, Taurus, Gemini) celebrates the love of God. Accompanying the Aries light (light of life itself) are the forces of restoration (restoring humanity’s hope) and the spirit of resurrection (uplifting humanity in need of new education, resources, direction and guidance). Guidance to be given by the New Group of World Servers. Saturday’s solar Aries festival (at the full moon lunar eclipse) is celebrated by the New Group of World Servers worldwide. Join us everyone. Sunday is Easter, celebrated by humanity worldwide. The three religious festivals arriving simultaneously signal that the coming new world religion is at hand, a synthesis and integration of all religions. We stand with our brothers and sisters everywhere in celebration. We see what is no longer needed—that which created separations between us—disappear. We stand forward together in the new light, with the spirit of resurrection directing us. Hosanna!

 

The New Tech Nexus

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

 

Let’s Get Wrecked

Unsung ’60s musicians score in pop doc ‘The Wrecking Crew’
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