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SLV High students learn fish-farming skills

Santa Cruz Sentinel: Since then, Thomas Adams has volunteered with UC Santa Cruz’s Long Marine Lab, monitoring local squid and rockfish populations and the biodiversity of Davenport tide pools.

Two approaches to medical marijuana

San Jose Mercury News has a long article: In Santa Cruz, shops such as The Goddess Delivers and Sweet Leaf Caregivers offer delivery services. Similar ventures offer one-stop diagnosis and shopping, without having to officially register with the state. … …recreational use and not the treatment (illustration) of illness.

Do You Remember Santa’s Village?

Times Publishing Corp. has a long article: The reaction is always the same … “Aaww, I went there when I was a kid.” Almost everybody in Santa Cruz, over a certain age, remembers Santa’s Village in Scotts Valley.

Santa Cruz County restarts child care spending

Santa Cruz Sentinel: SANTA CRUZ — A program that distributes money to improve local kid care facilities is restarting after 2 years, after the county’s own funding crunch sidelined the program. … …start taking grant applications (illustration) sometime in the spring.

Holiday Calendar: Dec. 1, 2013

San Jose Mercury News Nov 30 2013: …Claudio Franca Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Santa Cruz (archive) school, 1658 Soquel Dr. Santa Cruz…

Holiday Calendar: Dec. 1, 2013

San Jose Mercury News: The Friends of Santa Cruz (archive) State Parks is having a holiday sale at its Seacliff ParkStore at the Seacliff State Beach visitors center. The…

An Endangered Species Act Success: California’s Santa Cruz Cypress

Scientificamerican: …California evergreen thrives after natural forest fires, which serve to open its cones and release its seeds. As humans have settled in the surrounding Santa Cruz Mountains and learned to bring fires under control, the tree has suffered.

Coast Lines, Nov. 30, 2013: Dientes to break ground on expansion

San Jose Mercury News: Regional Transportation Commission of Santa Cruz County…An exhibit on toy trains dating back as far as the 1920s will be on display at the Santa Cruz Museum (archive) of Art & History from Dec.

Feeling the pinch: Crabbers report low numbers

Register Pajaronian: • Phil’s Fish Market, 7600 Sandholdt Road in Moss Landing: $7.99 per pound for live or cooked • Stagnaro’s Fish Market, 59 Municipal Wharf, Santa Cruz: $5.95 per pound for fresh, and $6.95 for cooked • Whole Foods, 1710 41st Ave. (archive)

Will seeing red help you lose weight? | San Jose Sun

San Jose Sun: >Editor’s note: Jyoti Madhusoodanan is a science writer based in San Jose, Calif. (archive) . She is a science communication graduate student at the University of Ca. Santa Cruz, and a reporting intern for Inside Science News Service.

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Gotta Catch ‘em All: Santa Cruz Music This Week

Culture – Santacruz Jul 28: Santa Cruz has another weirdly awesome weekend of music for you with a lineup that includes psychedelic rock, ska-fusion, old-fashioned pop and some seriously futuristic sounds—all at a reasonable price. (more…)

West Menlo residents seek annexation by Menlo Park

Politics – Comprehensive coverage in Almanacnews Jul 28: 2 residents of Crocus Court, a cul-de-sac off of that diagonal stretch of Santa Cruz Avenue, say that there are excellent reasons to become part of Menlo Park. (more…)

The Gentrification of Cannabis

Long article from Poormagazine Jul 26: “Amateur botanist” and a Botany degree from UC Santa Cruz aren’t the same thing. (more…)

Amelia’s Barn

News – Long article from Tpgonlinedaily Jul 26: His health started to fail in 1894/95 so he and his wife moved to a small property on Union Street in Santa Cruz. (more…)



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Navin Alessio Filippi's Soccer Footage

Youtube: Navin Alessio Filippi Class of 2013 Los Gatos High School, Santa Cruz Breakers U18 Academy.

Navin Alessio Filippi's Soccer Footage

Jun 23 2012 : Navin Alessio Filippi Class of 2013 Los Gatos High School, Santa Cruz Breakers U18 Academy.