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Santa Cruz is located in central California along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Santa Cruz was one of the earliest Spanish settlements during the exploration of Alta California, in the late eighteenth century. They even established a mission on the site on which Santa Cruz now stands. When California was ratified as a state in the United States, during the late 1800s, the city of Santa Cruz became popular because of its idyllic beaches and coastal redwood forests.
Local Newspapers: Santa Cruz County Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: University of California-Santa Cruz
Zip Codes associated with santa cruz, california:
95060 95062 95064 95065 95066
Towns/Cities near santa cruz, california : Twin Lakes Opal Cliffs Paradise Park Live Oak Soquel Capitola Rio Del Mar Felton Scotts Valley
Soil fungi may help determine the resilience of forests to environmental change
Nature is rife with symbiotic relationships, some of which take place out of sight, like the rich underground exchange of nutrients that occurs between trees and soil fungi. But what happens in the dark may have profound implications above ground, too: A major new study reveals that soil fungi could play a significant role in the ability of forests to adapt to environmental change.If We Do Hear Signals From Aliens, They're Probably Long Gone
In 1961, famed astrophysics Frank Drake proposed a formula that came to be known as the Drake Equation . Based a series of factors, this equation sought to estimate the number of extra-terrestrial intelligences that would exist within our galaxy at any given time.Coast Line: Burger set to host March 14 SCHS fundraiser
Burger will host a fundraiser for the Santa Cruz High School senior class Grad Night from 4-9 p.m. Wednesday at Burger's Santa Cruz location, 1520 Mission St. Attendees should say they are supporting SCHS Grad Night and present a flier, and 10 percent of their purchase will be donated. To receive a flier, call or text 408-839-4278.Catching up with a grad: Scott Mathison, SVHS - 02
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Shampoochez has been an anchor at the Oka center in Santa Cruz since 1983. Founder Anne Singer pioneered the idea of the self-service dog wash and ran the business with her husband Sam and help from her daughter and son-in-law.Mark Primack: Giving a real voice to housing issue
This must be an election year. Why else would an issue as challenging as housing be hijacked, distorted and reduced to something as divisive and ultimately irrelevant as a battle over rent control? For the next six months we're going to be debating the equivalent of a border wall instead of exploring real solutions.Letter: Thankful for being landlord in county, not city of Santa Cruz
I am a landlord in the county, thankfully not in the city, or I would seriously think about selling. Having a rent board that will be subsidized by a city fee, imposed on the landlords, will probably be higher than the 2 percent that the rent can be raised.Shots fired near downtown Santa Cruz lead to arrests, weapons recovery
SANTA CRUZ >> A report of shots fired near downtown Santa Cruz led police to multiple arrests and the recovery of two handguns, an illegal-high capacity magazine and crack cocaine Sunday night. Officers responded to a call of gunfire heard in the area of the 100 block of Myrtle Street just after 10 p.m. Sunday, according to information provided by Santa Cruz Police Department.Beach Flats community gardeners say green space is a cultural hub
SANTA CRUZ >> The gardeners say the community space they have tilled for decades takes them home to Mexico and El Salvador. With an uncertain future for the Beach Flats Community Garden, the men and women who work the 23 leased plots told the Sentinel why they spend most days working the preserved green space amid densely packed homes.Show features mime and music of Japan
The Arcata Playhouse 2018 Family Fun Series celebrates its 12th annual season for children and families with performances on Friday and Saturday, March 16 and 17, and will continue through May with different events each month. The opening performance features internationally renowned Japanese storyteller and performer Kuniko Yamamoto in "Magical Mask, Mime and Music of Japan." Yamamoto enchants audiences of every age with dramatic storytelling using myths and fables from ancient and modern Japan, spiced with social revelations to educate and amuse.Kara Meyberg Guzman, Editora s Notebook: The Sentinela s new editorial board
Along with Sentinel Opinion Editor Don Miller and Features Editor Anthony L. Solis, our board will consist of five community members: • Kayla Layaoen: A UC Santa Cruz student and Westside Santa Cruz resident who is a member of her school's Filipino student group, and former intern with a Mountain View newspaper. • Ted Burke: Managing owner of the Shadowbrook Restaurant, co-owner of The Crow's Nest and a Santa Cruz resident.Alleged Gang Member Arrested On Suspicion Of Carrying...
A 17-year-old suspected gang member was arrested Friday evening in Santa Cruz for having a concealed gun, police said today. An officer from the Santa Cruz County Anti-Crime Team's Gang Task Force conducted a traffic violation stop at 7:52 p.m. at Ocean and Barson streets.Focal Point: Streetcar to Capitola
In the early 1900s an electric streetcar line connected Santa Cruz and Capitola. In this circa 1910 photo, passengers board a streetcar on Soquel Avenue near Pacific in Santa Cruz.Film Review: 'Fantastic Woman'
But this is way more than a one-issue movie. Nominated for a foreign language Oscar this year, SebastiA n Lelio's engrossing film is a resonant and stylishly told story about the basic human right to live with dignity and carve out one's identity in the world.Antigen study supports new approach to vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus
Medical researchers have been trying to develop a vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus for more than 50 years, without success. New findings however, point to a promising route for designing an effective vaccine.Stephen Kessler: Reasons to read and support this newspaper
When I was in the newspaper business 30 years ago I learned a lot even as I was losing a lot of money - my own and our investors' - and one thing I learned is that, in the words of a consultant I'd hired, "a newspaper without healthy profits serves no one." It's true that, more than printer's ink, money is the lifeblood of a publication like this one.Downtown Santa Cruz restaurant hosts lunch benefit to house homeless worker
Malabar owner Raj Weerasekara, at left, is staging Saturday's lunch at his restaurant to fund housing for one of his homeless workers, Blue Jones. For some 17 years, he had worked as a caretaker for a marijuana grow house in Prunedale.Volunteers to create bird atlas for Santa Cruz County
Amy Patten spots a bird for Carol Pecot in wildlands off Brommer Street in Santa Cruz. The Santa Cruz Bird Club is producing a bird atlas and wants to enlist volunteers to help with the bird count.Live Oaka s Privates Beach gate in limbo after Coastal Commission vote
PORT HUENEME >> The controversial gate and fee structure at Live Oak's Privates Beach is now in limbo after the Coastal Commission voted Thursday to take over a local permit and reconsider it. At a hearing held at the Oxnard Harbor District in Port Hueneme, the commission voted to find "substantial issues" with Santa Cruz County Planning Commission's approval in December of a 9-foot iron fence, locking gate with a $100 annual key fee and a gate attendant.Coast Line: Kiwanis crab benefit Saturday
Surf City Kiwanis presents its Annual Crab & Pasta Dinner 6-7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Santa Cruz Elks Lodge, 150 Jewell St. All-you-can-eat crab and pasta costs $60 per person, All-you-can-eat pasta is $15 per person. There will be a silent auction and raffle prizes.
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