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When I lived in San Francisco in my twenties I was gifted a pair of tickets to see Dr. Jane McGonigal in conversation at the... [Read More]
Here's how to get the most variety from versatile legumes. [Read More]
In 1976, Marriott's Great America opened in Santa Clara, just 40 miles north of the Boardwalk. Observing the new park's appeal, Boardwalk management believed... [Read More]
A meeting that would historically pack every seat in Council Chambers to witness farewell speeches and welcoming celebration will instead be held in a nearly... [Read More]
Q: In January, my family booked airline tickets on United for six people to fly in March from Washington, D.C., to the Cayman Islands. This... [Read More]
Health officials now recommend we all wear a mask when we leave our home. Since most virus transmission is through droplets picked up on our... [Read More]
These are extraordinary times. Times when we need to make extraordinary efforts that focus on results, not rigid rules and processes. I know a student... [Read More]
Successful recalls are historic events in California and Santa Cruz. According to Wikipedia there have been eight successful state recalls in California since 1911 when... [Read More]
One of the great advantages to audiobook materials are their portability. Most people do not have an adequate or portable e-machine to access library e-sources.... [Read More]
It is incumbent on persons receiving social security, VA, pensions and other forms of guaranteed income to support those who rely on wages that may... [Read More]
By Gail Pellerin Life has certainly changed for all of us. I am so grateful for all the helpers and essential workers who are making... [Read More]
Coach Jennifer Keathley's Mustangs went 18-12 and lost in the CIF NorCal D-V semifinals by just one point to NorCal champion Branson of Ross. [Read More]
Alex Jimenez walks past the truck he drives for Second Harvest Food Bank. Second Harvest Food Bank will hosts drive through community food distributions. Visit... [Read More]
How do we make significant and meaningful global change as individuals and how do we as a society reduce emissions significantly without negatively impacting our... [Read More]
The Mark Abbot Memorial Lighthouse sits majestically atop Lighthouse Point... [Read More]
As the community's volunteer-run charitable organizations have necessarily scaled back their offerings in the face of coronavirus-related health concerns, a new cross-jurisdictional homelessn…... [Read More]
Mayor Charles D. Hinkle, far right, welcomes costumed guests to his office for some now-forgotten occasion. Hinkle came to Santa Cruz in 1889 and for... [Read More]
One of our most cherished topics of conversation is in the toilet. I speak of sports. March Madness? Sorry. Baseball and opening day? Forget it.... [Read More]
Real journalists, like my Sentinel colleagues Jessica York and Nicholas Ibarra, gather information and report facts essential to public awareness of life in the community... [Read More]
Stay at home. Shelter in place. Maintain social distance. We now know how to slow the COVID-19 pandemic. Containment of the novel coronavirus requires that... [Read More]
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