Santa Cruz Good Times

Friday
Mar 06th
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

Cover Stories

Title Filter     Display # 
# Article Title Author
201 Men in Fights Jenna Brogan
202 Screenwriting Contest Winners Christa Martin
203 Fall Home and Garden Bonanza GT_Staff
204 Transgender Odyssey Greg Archer
205 Fashmatics. Charlie Price
206 Sound of the Underground Jenna Brogan
207 Surfing Legend Miki Dora Geoffrey Dunn
208 Museum 2.0 Geoffrey Dunn
209 Learning to Love Autism Elizabeth Limbach
210 The Kids are Alright Greg Archer
211 Fall Fashion Christa Martin
212 Marin's Milestone Jenna Brogan
213 School’s Out...(forever) John Malkin
214 What’s So Funny? Kim Luke
215 Kyer Wiltshire By J.D. Ramey
216 Harbor Life Caitlin Sullivan
217 Thirty & Thriving Christa Martin
218 The World On My Back Sven Davis
219 Weird is as Weird does Kim Luke
220 Eating for Wellness Elizabeth Limbach
221 Environmental Evolution GT_Staff
222 Rogue Warrior Gloria Nieto
223 the gleeks Jenna Brogan
224 Ruffo's Wild Ride Greg Archer
225 Best Of Santa Cruz 2011 index Greg Archer
226 Best Shops 2011 GT_Staff
227 Best of Best of Food and Drink 2011 GT_Staff
228 Best of A.E. & Nightlife 2011 GT_Staff
229 Best of Best Health & Fitness 2011 GT_Staff
230 Best Professionals 2011 GT_Staff
231 Best of the Rest 2011 GT_Staff
232 Best of Santa Cruz Critics’ Picks GT_Staff
233 dance dance dance Julia Chiapella
234 Altered Statesman Damon Orion
235 Foreclosure Notice Patrick Dwire
236 Grey & Green Sven Davis
237 A Brighter Now Ezra Koch
238 Board Out of His Mind
239 Food & Wine GT_Staff
240 La Bahia Elizabeth Limbach
241 Welcome to the Year of the Rabbit Kim Luke
242 Health + Fitness GT_Staff
243 Making the Homeless Count Elizabeth Limbach
244 In Search of Charlie Chan Geoffrey Dunn
245 Great Shot Christa Martin
246 And The Nextie Goes To
247 Heal Thyself Kim Luke
248 The Tiki King J. D. Ramey
249 Year in Review Kim Luke
250 The Holiday Spirit J.D. Ramey
 
Page 5 of 8

Share this on your social networks

Bookmark and Share

Share this

Bookmark and Share

 

Crop Circles

How the confusion over GMOs is undermining the organic movement

 

Week of Festivals: Full Moon, Lantern Festival, Purim, Holi

It is a week of many different festivals along with a full moon, all occurring simultaneously. Thursday Chinese New Year celebrations end with the Lantern Festival (at full moon). Thursday is also the Pisces Solar festival (full moon), Purim (Jewish Festival) and Holi (Hindu New Year Festival). Sunday, March 8, Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. The festival of Purim celebrates the freedom of the Hebrew people from the cruel Haman (a magistrate) seeking to destroy them. Esther, the Queen of Persia, who was secretly Jewish, saved her people from death. The sweet cookie hamentaschen celebrates this festival. Friday, March 6, is Holi, the Hindu Spring Festival celebrated after the March full moon. Bonfires are lit the night before, warding off evil. Holi, the Festival of Colors, is the most colorful festival in the world. It is also the Festival of Love—of Radha for Krishna (the blue-colored God). It is a spring festival with singing, dancing, carnivals, food and bhang, a drink made of cannabis leaves. Holi signifies good over evil, ridding oneself of past errors, ending conflicts through rapprochement (returning to each other). It is a day of forgiveness, including debts. Holi also marks the beginning of New Year. At the Pisces Solar festival we recite the seed thought, “We leave the Father’s home and, turning back, we save.” Great Teachers remain on Earth until all of humanity is enlightened. The New Group of World Servers is called to this task and sacrifice. Sacrifice (from the heart) is the first Law of the Soul, the heart of which is Love. This sacrifice saves the world.

 

The New Tech Nexus

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

 

Film, Times & Events: Week of March 6

Santa Cruz area movie theaters >
Sign up for Good Times weekly newsletter
Get the latest news, events

RSS Feed Burner

 Subscribe in a reader

Latest Comments

 

Water Street Grill

YOLO gets reincarnated

 

What would make Santa Cruz better?

A lot more outdoor activities such as outdoor movies and concerts, food and art festivals, and more multicultural activites. Emmanuel Cole, Santa Cruz, Bicycle Industry Product Developer

 

Thomas Fogarty Winery

When looking for a bottle of something to have with dinner, Gewürztraminer 2012 is not the first wine to come to mind. Given the popularity of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot and Pinot Noir—to name but a few—Gewürztraminer sits low on the totem pole.

 

So Long, Louie’s

Louie’s Cajun Kitchen & Bourbon Bar closes, plus Back Porch pop-up, and 2015 Outstanding in the Field tour