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How much does a locally funded arts study tell us about Santa Cruz?

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Future Train

Future Train

The RTC studies passenger rail options on a line from Davenport to Watsonville

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Well, All Right

Well, All Right

Should Soquel Creek Water District be worried about chromium levels?

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Town Hall

Monning Talks Health, Boating

Monning Talks Health, Boating

California Sen. Bill Monning (D-Carmel) stopped by our office recently, with the legislature on recess for the month of July, to talk about his new bill to regulate boating and relive his failed efforts to require warning labels on sugary drinks.

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Hokey Pokey

Hokey Pokey

What started out as a long discussion over housing the homeless suddenly turned into a bloody mess, thanks to the Internet.

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Environment

This Sucks

This Sucks

County health officials warn about the threat of West Nile virus

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Off and Running

Off and Running

Four more candidates enter the 2014 Santa Cruz City Council race

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Crash for Carpools

Crash for Carpools

One man spins his wheels trying to bring an unsuccessful transportation program to light

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Briefs: Changing Colors, Outgrowing Home

Briefs: Changing Colors, Outgrowing Home

Changing Colors

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3-D Revolution

3-D Revolution

Two UCSC students carve a niche in the world of 3-D printing with an affordable new device

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Ocean Odyssey

Sailing the high seas from Santa Cruz to French Polynesia, Sally-Christine Rodgers documents the trials, tribulations and joys of exploring the world by boat

 

Gemini Festival of Goodwill, World Invocation Day

This entire week is a preparation by the New Group of World Servers (NGWS) for the June full moon (Tuesday) and to welcome the Forces of Reconstruction, great outer planetary forces streaming into the Earth at the Gemini Solar Festival. The Gemini Festival at the June full moon is called the Festival of Goodwill and World Invocation Day (recitation of the Great Invocation, the mantram of direction for humanity, hourly around the world). During the (12 degrees) Gemini festival, the Wesak blessing of the will-to-good is released and radiated (Gemini distributes) to humanity. When the will-to-good is received, humanity is then able to radiate goodwill to each other and to the kingdoms. The Gemini Festival is the third of the Three Spring Festivals (triangle of Force), setting the spiritual template and resources for Earth for the rest of the year (‘til next spring). This festival recognizes the true spirit of humanity—aspiring toward and seeking the will of God, dedicated to right human relation. At the full moon, the Divine nature of humanity is recognized. Christ stands with humanity, leader of his people, “the Eldest in a great family of brothers” (Romans VIII, 29.) Each year at the Gemini festival, Christ preaches the last sermon of Buddha, His brother, a sermon calling forth human and spiritual unity, represented by an outflow of love (work of the Christ) and wisdom (work of the Buddha). The forces of reconstruction stream in during the Festival, ushering in an era of pronounced creative activity, rebuilding the tangible world on new creative lines. This necessitates the total destruction of the old forms no longer useful for the new world era. Everyone is invited. Join us everyone for this Festival of Goodwill by reciting the Great Invocation.

 

The New Tech Nexus

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

 

Film, Times & Events: Week of May 29

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The Main Avant

Jozseph Schultz caters New Music Works’ 35th annual Avant Garden Party, plus brews for a cause

 

What will Santa Cruz be like in the future?

 society that is more awakened and realizes its own value and the beauty of the stunning Earth. Marguerite Clifford, Felton, Nutrition Health Care

 

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Real Thai Kitchen

Ratana Bowden on why Thai cuisine isn’t as spicy as everyone thinks