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November 11, 2014

Top 5 Places for Public Art

Santa Cruz County enjoys a fab collection of art thanks to its many independent artists and local institutions like the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH). But you needn't step foot in a studio or museum to view great art works. Public art dots Santa Cruz’s scenic landscape with pieces that speak to its history, culture and surroundings. Here are five

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October 08, 2014

Evergreen Cemetery

Do you know about Santa Cruz's pioneer cemetery, Evergreen? The Gold Rush era treasure is a stone's throw from the free samples at Costco, yet it’s possible you've zipped past it on Highway 1 without realizing one of California's most enthralling historic sites was hidden in plain view.

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September 24, 2014

Nina Simon is MAHvelous

All photos by Garrick Ramirez Photo by Garrick Ramirez

The first thing guests see when they walk into the Santa Cruz Museum

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September 16, 2014

10 Free Things to Do in Santa Cruz: Fall & Winter

Unlike most towns that make up this country of ours, cold weather doesn’t automatically equate with heading indoors for the season here in Santa Cruz. We are blessed to have countless activities to keep us occupied all year round, both inside and out, that highlight our special region. But if you still happen to get hit with a case of the winter doldrums, save your money for holiday gift giving and pick up this list

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July 23, 2014

Santa Cruz is Also for Lovers

Hot date coming up? Let Santa Cruz be your chaperone. Here are a few ideas for outings to spark a love connection.Outdoorsy CoupleYou demand beauty from your date. Nope, you’re not superficial: you just love the great outdoors. And a good place to start is with a stroll through the enchanting gardens at UCSC Arboretum whose 135 acres wind over a picturesque

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