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201 William’s Westside Elizabeth Limbach
202 Good Egg Jenna Brogan
203 Election Guide 2012 GT_Staff
204 Shots of War Greg Archer
205 Michael Pollan Greg Archer
206 Vote for Bill Greg Archer
207 Frosty Geoffrey Dunn
208 Fall Home & Garden GT_Staff
209 What the Fash? Kim Luke
210 Please Stand By Jenna Brogan
211 The Art of Awareness Damon Orion
212 Putting the "U" Back in Tourist Kim Luke
213 Santa Cruz Was In His Heart Geoffrey Dunn
214 Quantum Fashion Greg Archer
215 The Fate of Organics Elizabeth Limbach
216 Mi Vida Loca Jenna Brogan
217 Let’s Hear it for the Girls Jenna Brogan
218 Game Face Greg Archer
219 Finding Hope in Harvest April M. Short
220 Fringe Kim Luke
221 The Boardwalk Empire Geofrey Dunn
222 The Marvels Around Us Geoffrey Dunn
223 Jonathan Franzen Greg Archer
224 Beyond Black Rock City Elizabeth Limbach
225 Top Chef Jenna Brogan
226 Summering Kim Luke
227 Green Pages GT_Staff
228 Santa Cruz Film Festival Greg Archer
229 The Cannabis Couple J.D. RAmey
230 The 2012 Santa Cruz County Readers' Poll GT_Staff
231 Best Shops GT_Staff
232 Best Food and Drink GT_Staff
233 Best Arts & Entertainment GT_Staff
234 Best Health & Fitness GT_Staff
235 Best Professionals GT_Staff
236 Best of the Rest GT_Staff
237 Marley Greg Archer
238 Occupied John Malkin
239 The Battle at the Plate Elizabeth Limbach
240 My, What a Big Whereas You Have! Kim Luke
241 The Plant Whisperer April M. Short
242 Pioneer Women Elizabeth Limbach
243 Ready to Thrive Greg Archer
244 Coffee Talk Christa Martin
245 2012 Health Issue GT_Staff
246 Finding Grace Jenna Brogan
247 Metamorphosis April M. Short
248 Dead Men Rocking Damon Orion
249 Wedding Edition April M. Short
250 Knowing the Nexties GT_Staff
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Making a Scene

As it celebrates its 30th year, Santa Cruz County’s Open Studios is one of the most successful in the country—and a make-or-break event for many local artists


A Ritual & Initiation

The Pope has come and gone, but his loving presence ignited new hope and goodness in many. While he was in NYC, China’s ruler arrived in Washington D.C. East (China) and West (Rome), meeting in the middle, under Libra, balancing sign of Right Relations. The Pope arrived at Fall Equinox. Things initiated at Fall Equinox are birthed at Winter Solstice. The Pope’s presence was a ritual, an initiation rite—like the Dalai Lama’s visits—offering prayers, teachings and blessings. Rituals anchor God’s plan into the world, initiating us to new realities, new rules. The Pope’s presence brings forth the Soul of the United States, its light piercing the veils of materialism. The Pope’s visit changed things. New questions arise, new reasons for living. A new wave of emerging life fills the air. Like a cocoon shifting, wings becoming visible. The winds are different now. Calling us to higher vision, moral values, virtues that reaffirm and offer hope for humanity. A changing of the guard has occurred. Appropriately, this is the week of the Jewish Festival of Sukkoth (’til Oct. 4), when we build temporary homes (little huts in nature), entering into a harvest of prayer and thanksgiving, understanding our fragile and impermanent existences. We are summoned to reflect upon our lives, our humanity, our nature, our spirit and each other. Offering gratitude, becoming a magnet for others. We observe. We see the needs. We love more.


The New Tech Nexus

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


Film, Times & Events: Week of October 2

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Extra Pop

Assembly’s pop-up space goes into regular rotation, Cabrillo wine dinner, and a visit to Mozaic


What’s your biggest pet peeve?

When people say they’re “going down” somewhere, and they’re actually traveling north. Julia Ragen, Santa Cruz, Psychologist


Downhill Cellars

An easy-drinking Chardonnay from Downhill Cellars


If whales have a message for humans, what might it be?

“Do not come in the water and join us.” Howard Hall, Santa Cruz, Retired