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Literature

Praise Who?

Praise Who?

Santa Cruz author Nancy Abrams seeks the most real of all possible gods in her latest book

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A&E

Rock On

Rock On

Michael Eckerman’s free-form rock work mimics the sea

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A&E

Reclaiming the Pole

Reclaiming the Pole

Jody Ryker and Aerial Arts Santa Cruz bring ‘Pole Diversity’ to Santa Cruz

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Theater

Woman on the Verge

Woman on the Verge

JTC cast excels in new play ‘Harper Regan’

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A&E

More Than Movies

More Than Movies

The Watsonville Film Festival expands into four days

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Literature

Roads to Home

Roads to Home

Former-GT-editor-turned-author Greg Archer has long looked for signs from the universe to point him in the right direction. When it came to his Polish family’s mysterious past, they arrived in abundance.

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Theater

Tripping

Tripping

Jewel Theatre’s ‘Harper Regan’ is a heady twist on the current extreme-adventure zeitgeist

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Literature

Witty Snicket

Witty Snicket

When he’s not writing immensely popular books for children, Daniel Handler turns his irreverent strangeness to novels

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A&E

Quilt Trip

Quilt Trip

Ann Baldwin May’s quilts are like abstract paintings

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Theater

All Eagles

All Eagles

UCSC Theater Group Channels Tuskegee Airmen in ‘Black Eagles’

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Smells Like Team Spirit

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

 

Pluto Retrograde, Aries New Moon, Lyrid Meteor Showers

As the Lyrid meteors, radiating from the star Vega in the Harp constellation, begin showering heaven and earth with light, Pluto, planet of transformation (or die) turns stationary retrograde (Thursday, April 16), 15 degrees Capricorn. Retrogrades have purpose, allowing humanity time to review, reassess, research and reinvent while returning to previous situations. Retrogrades are times of inner activity, seeds sown in bio-dynamically prepared soil. Pluto retrograde is the most serious and resolute of retrogrades—a pure tincture, or, as in homeopathy, a “constitutional” touching the essences of all that matters. Pluto offers deep insight into confusion or puzzlement and areas where transformation is still incomplete. It’s valuable to have one’s astrology chart to follow what area of life the major planets— especially Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto—are influencing. These outer planets have long-term and lasting effects on our psyche, inner/outer life events, how people see us and how we see and process our world. Pluto, retrograde for five months (until Sept. 24) offers deep earthquakes of change, awakens humanity to the task of building (Capricorn) the new culture and civilization, flailing our inner world about, deepening us until we transform and do things differently. Pluto is an unrelenting teacher. New moon (29 Aries) is Saturday, April 18. With the personality-building keynote, “Let form again be sought.” Mars anchors the new creative fires of Aries into our world. The New Group of World Servers participates together in the new moon festival, while also preparing for the Taurus Wesak, Buddha Full Moon Festival (May 3). Join us everyone.

 

The New Tech Nexus

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

 

Film, Times & Events: Week of April 17

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