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Apr 23rd
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A 106-room hotel, business, traffic, safety issues and more seem to have collided recently as plans to erect the Hyatt Place Hotel in the Lower Ocean Street neighborhood of Santa Cruz move forward. It’s all captured in this week’s main news story, beginnning on page 6. A number of locals claim that they were not given enough say in the matter when the planning of the hotel was discussed in a recent community meeting. On the flipside, the project would usher in the first Hyatt hotel in Santa Cruz. Read on—there’s more to absorb. And send us your thoughts to [email protected]

 

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Columns - Editors Note

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Bigger, they often say, is better. There’s Big Mac, Big Money and a gaggle of other bigs out there (Big Trouble?). But what about Big Data? It may be challenging to wrap one’s mind around the concept, but as the world heads deeper into the the higher realms of technology,  large and complex quantities of digitally stored information is suddenly capturing some attention. But how does it all get harnessed? It is one of the things that Staff Writer Joel Hersch explores in this week’s cover. Timely—after all, data is so quickly produced and stored these days. But take note that the article also asks: At what point does Big Data become too big? Read on ...

 

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Columns - Editors Note

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From The Editor

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Time, as they say, marches on. But what happens when you run out of time? That idea is explored to rewarding ends in Cabrillo Stage’s “Lunch,” reviewed this week by Lisa Jensen. The show marks a festive kickoff for Cabrillo Stage this year, but also for 2014 itself, where no doubt many of us ponder fresh starts, new beginnings and all the renewal that promises to come with it.

 

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Cardinal Grand Cross in the Sky

Following Holy Week (passion, death and burial of the Pisces World Teacher) and Easter Sunday (Resurrection Festival), from April 19 to the 23, the long-awaited and discussed Cardinal Cross of Change appears in the sky, composed of Cardinal signs Aries, Libra, Cancer, and Capricorn, with planets (13-14 degrees) Uranus (in Aries), Jupiter (in Cancer), Mars (in Libra) and Pluto (in Capricorn), an actual geometrical square or cross configuration. Cardinal signs mark the seasons of change, initiating new realities.

 

Sugar: The New Tobacco?

Proposed bill would require warning labels on sugary drinks Will soda and other saccharine libations soon come with a health warning? They will if it’s up to our state senator, Bill Monning (D-Carmel). On Feb. 27, Monning proposed first-of-its-kind legislation that would require a consumer warning label be placed on sugar-sweetened beverages sold in California. SB 1000, also known as the Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Safety Warning Act, was proposed to provide vital information to consumers about the harmful effects of consuming sugary drinks, such as sodas, sports drinks, energy drinks, and sweetened teas.

 

Film, Times & Events: Week of April 17

Santa Cruz area movie theaters >

 

Aries Solar Festival

Sunday is Palm Sunday. Symbolizing victory and triumph, paradise, sacrifice and martyrdom, the Pisces World Teacher entered Jerusalem (City of Peace) on a donkey (signifying humility).
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Foodie File: Red Apple Cafe

Breakfast takes center stage at Gracia Krakauer's Red Apple Cafe Before they moved to Aptos, Gracia and her husband Dan Krakauer would visit friends in Santa Cruz County and eat at the Red Apple Café all the time. Then they moved up here from Santa Monica five years ago, and bought the Aptos location (there’s a separate one in Watsonville) from the family who owned it for two decades.

 

How would you feel about a tech industry boom in Santa Cruz?

I feel like it would ruin the small old-town feeling of Santa Cruz. It wouldn’t be the same Surf City kind of vacation town that it is. Antoinette BennettSanta Cruz | Construction Management

 

Trout Gulch Vineyards

Cinsault 2012—la grande plage diurne The most popular wines on store shelves are those most generally known and available—Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, which are all superb for sure. But when you come across a more unusual varietal, like Trout Gulch Vineyards’ Cinsault ($18), it opens up a whole new world.

 

Waddell Creek, Al Fresco

Route One Summer Farm Dinner You’ve been buying their insanely fresh produce for years now at farmers’ markets. Right? So now why not become more familiar with the gorgeous Waddell Creek farmlands of Route One Farms?