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Nothing but Good Times

Nothing but Good Times

The inside story of how Jay Shore's weekly divided and conquered Santa Cruz 40 years ago

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Forty Years of Good Times

Forty Years of Good Times

When I came on board as the publisher of Good Times a year ago, the lease was up at the office where the paper had resided for nearly 20 years, and a move to new offices was imminent.

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Searching for Alternatives

Searching for Alternatives

A look back at the fiercely competitive world of Santa Cruz weeklies

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Dazed, But Not Confused

Dazed, But Not Confused

A reflection of Santa Cruz in the 1970s

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Identity Shift

Identity Shift

How the LGBT community found its place in Santa Cruz

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A History of Her Stories

A History of Her Stories

Forty years of local women who transformed activism, law, academia, and more

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A Palate Refined

A Palate Refined

How Santa Cruz’s vibrant culinary scene turned me into a food and wine writer

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Booting Up

Booting Up

The founder of Santa Cruz Tech Beat looks back at the history and impact of the tech industry

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A Few UCSC Facts

A Few UCSC Facts

In honor of the university’s 50th anniversary, five odd tidbits

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We Can Rebuild You

We Can Rebuild You

A look back at how downtown Santa Cruz recovered from the 1989 earthquake

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Smells Like Team Spirit

Smells Like Team Spirit

The organizers of TEDx Santa Cruz don’t just talk about this year’s theme, ‘radical collaboration’—they live it

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The Boards Are Back in Town

More than a century after a famed trio of Hawaiian princes first surfed in Santa Cruz, their redwood olo surfboards are returning to the Museum of Art & History

 

We Hold These Truths to Be Self-Evident

Saturday, July 4, is the 239th birthday of the United States, commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence (the U.S. astrology chart has Aquarius moon—freedom for its people, by its people). Cancer, a liberating and initiating sign, is the “gate” where Spirit enters matter. Cancer receives and distributes Ray 3 (Divine Intelligence) and Ray 7 (new rules, new rhythms, new free nation under God). Cancer represents an intelligent freethinking humanity that can and must create right economics for the world. This means a policy of sharing, an opportunity for the U.S. when Venus (money, resources, possessions, etc.) retrogrades July and August in Leo (the heart of the matter). The United States has a unique spiritual task for the world: to lead humanity within and toward the light, accomplished by its people who must first awaken to this task, learn discrimination and be directed by the soul to assume the Herculean task of spiritual world leadership. Let us review the first words of our Constitution: “We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this constitution for the United States of America.” Let us form that union together. The following is a review of the spiritual tasks for each sign. Read all the signs. They all apply to everyone.  

 

The New Tech Nexus

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

 

Film, Times & Events: Week of July 3

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Lunch is Packed

Picnic basket lunches from Your Place, plus smoked chili peppers, and new owners at Camellia Tea House

 

What would you like the Supreme Court to rule on next?

Raising the minimum wage so that those that are in poverty now can have a higher standard of life. Greanna Smith, Soquel, Nanny

 

Bruzzone Family Vineyards

Bruzzone Family Vineyards is a small operation run by Berna and John Bruzzone. Starting out a few years ago making only Chardonnay, they eventually planted Pinot Noir on their extensive property and now make this varietal as well.

 

Ty’s Eatery

Pop-up hooks up with Santa Cruz Food Lounge for healthy comfort food