July 1, 2021

“Cloud 9” Outdoor Lounge Debuts in Scotts Valley

A new outdoor lounge featuring cocktails, appetizers, and mountain views has opened in Scotts Valley, a mere six miles from Santa Cruz. With over 2,000 square feet of patio space, Cloud 9 is decked out with two cabanas, four trendy egg chairs, two bar-height fire tables and two lounging areas complete with bright blue couches

July 1, 2021

Museum of Art & History Celebrates 25th Anniversary

The Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History (MAH) s celebrating a quarter-century of creativity, culture, and expression in 2021. The museum is the largest cultural facility in the area, displaying an eclectic mix of historical collections alongside visiting art exhibits. The MAH offers permanent displays and docent-led tours, creating a greater understanding of contemporary

July 1, 2021

Lester Estate Wines Releases Latest Sparkling Wine from 2017

Located on the Corralitos Wine Trail in a bucolic area of mid-county, Lester Estates Winery is surrounded by redwood trees and sits amidst an expanse of vineyards. Once known for acres of apple orchards, Corralitos is known for its rich soil and horse farms. Lester Estates has just released its 2017 Sparkling Brut, made of Chardonnay

July 1, 2021

Moveable Murals Public Art Project Unmasked in Watsonville

An Act of Love: Mask Wearing During the Pandemic, the first in a series of Moveable Murals in the City of Watsonville, located in Santa Cruz’s south, have debuted. The project includes a digital rendering of the piece WearTogether by Watsonville artist Erik Davison; and two photo collages made from photographs submitted by the community and digitized.

July 1, 2021

Hampton Inn Santa Cruz Westside Ready to Open

Santa Cruz’s Mission Street – also known as California’s iconic Highway One – travels through town, linking the westside with the downtown area. Travelers coming southbound on Highway One from San Francisco or the peninsula will arrive on the westside as they enter Santa Cruz County. This once-industrial area known for processing fruit and vegetables

March 2, 2021

Forest Health Initiative Begins at Castle Rock State Park

California State Parks recently launched a Forest Health Initiative at Castle Rock State Park thanks to a grant from CalFire. With the aim to selectively thin overabundant Douglas firs and brush to preserve black oaks and other hardwood tree species, this effort will also reduce the risk of catastrophic fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

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