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October 09, 2013

The Santa Cruz Wharf Celebrates a Century!

When you think of the Santa Cruz Wharf, do you think of potatoes? Maybe in a hot steamy bowl of clam chowder. But did you know the purpose of building the first wharf in Santa Cruz, known as Cowell Wharf, was for shipping potatoes to San Francisco for mining camps in the Sierra Nevada during the Gold Rush? Our current municipal wharf came decades later, after

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October 04, 2013

Thoughtful Thursday

A lovely succulent and cactus garden at Liz Lyons Friedman's studio. A lovely succulent and cactus garden at Liz Lyons Friedman's studio.Open Studios is full of lovely surprises. Read more about this self-guided art tour and

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October 02, 2013

Behind the Scenes: Santa Cruz Open Studios Art Tour 2013

The 2013 Santa Cruz Open Studios Art Tour is here! Taking place the first three weekends in October every year, this self-guided tour brings art lovers right into the creative spaces of over 300 diverse artists in Santa Cruz County. It's a unique opportunity to meet artists, view first-hand how they work behind the scenes and explore Santa Cruz while you're at it.We recently caught up with Aptos resident Liz Lyons Friedman, the one and only artist who has participated in Open Studios since its

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September 26, 2013

Thoughtful Thursday

Thunderbirds on the Santa Cruz Wharf Iconic T-Birds on the Santa Cruz Wharf

Click here for more information on the 16th Annual

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September 25, 2013

Fun, Fun, Fun: Thunderbirds on the Santa Cruz Wharf

Thunderbirds-on-Santa-Cruz-WharfCalling all car buffs, young and young at heart! This Saturday, September 28, is the 16th Annual Thunderbirds on the Santa Cruz Wharf. This free

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