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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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August 06, 2013

Running My First Wharf to Wharf

Christines W2W FinishThere's runner's high and then there's Wharf to Wharf high- something I experienced for the first time at the 41st annual Wharf to Wharf race from Santa Cruz to

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June 21, 2013

Thoughtful Thursday

A beautiful clear evening at Pleasure Point. Whether you surf the waves, stroll along the coast or perch up on the cliffs, Pleasure Point has a way of speaking to the soul.



April 02, 2013

Pajaro Dunes Resort Inspires Rest and Rejuvenation

About a half-hour south of Santa Cruz, at the end of a long road lined with strawberry fields, exists a secluded coastal treasure known as Pajaro Dunes Resort. Nestled among this gated community of vacation rentals and residential property, sits an array of condominiums, townhouses and oceanfront homes along a sprawling, flat, pristine beach.

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March 25, 2013

Customize Your Own Santa Cruz Getaway with a “Let’s Cruz” Vacation Contest

This season, why not try something new and “find your flow”?  Have you always admired wave riders but are skittish when it comes to water?  Take a surfing lesson with an experienced pro.  Do you have a unique idea for a summer treat?  Create

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