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51 North By Wild West Brad Kava
52 Panel Discussion Aaron Carnes
53 Critical Mask Richard von Busack
54 Best of Santa Cruz 2015 GT_Staff
55 Best of Santa Cruz 2015 Community Life GT_Staff
56 Best of Santa Cruz 2015 Shopping and Services GT_Staff
57 Best of Santa Cruz 2015 Health and Recreation GT_Staff
58 Best of Santa Cruz 2015 Music and Nightlife GT_Staff
59 Best of Santa Cruz 2015 Food and Drink GT_Staff
60 Best of Santa Cruz 2015 Arts and Culture GT_Staff
61 Best of Santa Cruz 2015 Editor's Picks GT_Staff
62 The Road Goes on Forever Georgia Perry
63 Club Paradise Wendy Mayer-Lochtefeld
64 Crop Circles Christina Waters
65 Surf Safari Anne-Marie Harrison
66 Sea Change Jacob Pierce
67 Forecasting Mavericks Dan Jones
68 Surfing is Life David Schulkin
69 Green Swell Haven Livingston
70 Reclaiming Anita Steve Palopoli
71 Under Their Skin Geoffrey Dunn
72 How Now, Art Cow Jacob Pierce
73 Throwing It All Away Brad Kava
74 Force of Nature Anne-Marie Harrison
75 Thinning Edge Brad Kava, Wendy Mayer-Lochtefeld
76 Leaps of Faith Steve Palopoli
77 Too Soon? Brendan D. Bane, Maria Grusauskas, Anne-Marie Harrison, Steve Palopoli, Jacob Pierce, Aric Sleeper
78 Dancing In the Rain Geoffrey Dunn
79 Is This a Dream? Maria Grusauskas
80 Stocking Stuffers Anne-Marie Harrison
81 Who Gives? Aric Sleeper
82 Good Times Holiday Giving STEVE PALOPOLI, Anne-Marie Harrison, Jacob Pierce, Maria Grusauskas, Aric Sleeper
83 Pop Life Brendan D. Bane, Christina Waters, Jennifer Wadsworth, Martino Digiovanni, Wendy Mayer-Lochtefeld
84 View Reviewed Steve Palopoli
85 The F Word Anne-Marie Harrison
86 Jawing Maria Grusauskas
87 Santa Cruz Restaurant Week Brendan D. Bane, Aaron Carnes, Anne-Marie Harrison, Maria Grusauskas, Steve Palopoli, Jacob Pierce, June Smith, Christina Waters
88 Field Work Christina Waters
89 Blue Angel Sara Cannon
90 On the Waterfront Geoffrey Dunn
91 Reflecting Glass John Malkin
92 Catwalk on the Wild Side Anne-Marie Harrison
93 Watch List Yasha Levine
94 Drawing Us Together Christina Waters
95 Back to Silicon Beach Aric Sleeper
96 Trending Now Anne-Marie Harrison
97 Say Uncle Sven Davis
98 Party Animal Georgia Perry
99 Picture of Health Maria Grusauskas
100 The Maestra Returns Christina Waters
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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


The New Tech Nexus

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


At Clothes Range

FashionART’s 10th anniversary show introduces a new generation of designers on the edge


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.
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