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  1. Nicholson Vineyards' Terra Cotta Red 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Santa Cruz

    Imagine tasting wine surrounded by leather in a saddle-maker's store-as was the case when I sampled Nicholson Vineyards' . Gravity Saddles, located in the heart of Aptos Village, specializes in handmade saddles, some of which are specifically designed to meet the rider's needs.

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  2. Opinion July 18, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Santa Cruz

    I remember thinking at the time that this was a very Santa Cruz model; we have historically had a lot of forward thinkers in our community who have developed their ideas here and then taken them international. Usually we think about this "think locally, act globally" ethos in terms of nonprofits or political activists, but this week's cover story about photographer shows that it exists in our arts community, as well.

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  3. Capitola's New TOT Tax StrategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Santa Cruz

    The tax on visitor lodging would have posed no direct cost to local residents and would have brought the tourist tax from 10 percent up to 11 percent, the same level that both the city and the county of Santa Cruz had approved two years prior, each with little fanfare. liberal, anyway) areas of the county-voted against the 2014 measure by a sizeable margin after an opposition campaign formed.

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  4. What's Hidden Under Cancer's Shell: Risa's Stars July 18-24Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Santa Cruz

    This is our last week of the sign of the scarab before Leo Sun begins and the next Mercury retrograde . Before the Sun completes its days in Cancer, let's look at this sign of the World Mother.

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  5. Santa Cruz Photographer R.R. Jones Gets Retrospective ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro Santa Cruz

    There is no music playing at the R. Blitzer Gallery in Santa Cruz. But in the spacious quiet of the gallery, you can practically hear the song anyway.

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  6. Local Treasure Sabieng Delivers Phenomenally Spiced ClassicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Metro Santa Cruz

    So convenient, so inexpensive-we've loved Sabieng since the dawn of time. One of the pleasures of bringing home dishes from Sabieng is that we can kick back and enjoy one of our favorite white wines- So what do we like? Always, always a curry.

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  7. Preview: Rhye at the CataylstRead the original story

    Tuesday | Metro Santa Cruz

    Take a look at his performance on NPR's Tiny Desk from earlier this year, where he and his band sit around a ridiculous number of dimly lit candles, playing cool, low-key sensual R&B meets '70s soft rock, with his gentle, falsetto soaring above the music. You will be in the mood.

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  8. Beauty, Tragedy and Meaning in America's SouthwestRead the original story

    Monday | Metro Santa Cruz

    After Tomomi Hanamure's solo hike to Havasu Falls ended in tragedy, her murder led an Arizona journalist on a ten-year journey exploring the violent incident and what it meant.

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  9. Matt Twisselman Loves the Food Vendor LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Metro Santa Cruz

    Matt Twisselman would like to remind you: do not-repeat, do not eat several corn dogs immediately before going on a spinny ride.

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  10. Opinion July 11, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Metro Santa Cruz

    There was some pretty radical stuff being put on stage at the back then. But each SSC play seemed self-contained-some were traditional, some were totally out-there-and it never seemed like a movement toward a different vision for Shakespeare as much as it did a series of experiments.

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  11. Love Your Local Band: Joe KaplowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Metro Santa Cruz

    Joe Kaplow grew up on a farm in rural New Jersey, playing music, but not really knowing what to do with it. Eventually he went on a nine-month U.S. tour.

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  12. Review: 'Three Identical Strangers'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 11 | Metro Santa Cruz

    These famous triplets discover layer upon layer of surprises-not all of them pleasant-in the new documentary 'Three Identical Strangers'

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  13. Stone Bill Protecting Groves and Monarchs a Big HitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 10 | Metro Santa Cruz

    Clusters of Monarchs like these are a rarer sight than ever at Natural Bridges State Beach, although a new state bill aims to protect their habitat.

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  14. Ready to Party, Monterey Bay Community Power is EnrollingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 10 | Metro Santa Cruz

    A homeowner's rooftop set up soaks in sunlight after an installation from Allterra Solar. The company will be among the vendors at a July 14 event celebrating the launch of the Monterey Bay's own energy nonprofit.

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  15. Armitage Wines Expands with Chardonnay 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 3 | Metro Santa Cruz

    Grapes are harvested from Cooper-Garrod Estate Vineyards in Saratoga for the luxurious 2016 Chardonnay . A beautiful wine redolent with velvet undertones, it comes with more oak and hazelnut than crisp apple.

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  16. Music Picks July 4-10Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 3 | Metro Santa Cruz

    "Hey god, I'll trade you Donald Trump for Leonard Cohen!" So pleads singer-songwriter Steve Poltz in his typically smart-ass fashion. You might not have realized what a sharp tongue the prolific musician had if your main introduction to him was his collaboration with Jewel on "You Were Meant For Me."

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  17. What does the current border policy say about America today?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 27 | Metro Santa Cruz

    We're being presented with something that we've not been presented with before and we're going to step up to have our voices be heard and do the right thing. Matthew is a California native and has lived in Santa Cruz for 34 years.

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  18. Why Cynthia Chase Isn't Running for Re-electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 26 | Metro Santa Cruz

    "-stretching from July through November-was the grueling playoff run. Conducted during her one-year term as mayor, the tour culminated in about 100 affordable housing-related recommendations at a Dec. 5 meeting, after a hellish flu had gotten the best of her.

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  19. Opinion June 27, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 26 | Metro Santa Cruz

    We always hear about how politicians want nothing more than to be loved, but apparently in Santa Cruz we're loving them right out of office. It's a big loss for our community that , who showed so much initiative and leadership in her term as mayor last year, won't be running for re-election to the Santa Cruz City Council.

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  20. Front Lines of the Dark Skies Movement at Pigeon PointRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 26 | Metro Santa Cruz

    The Pigeon Point Light Station State Historic Park is ready to become an official dark sky park, according to Jeff Parry, who manages the local hostel and has been a member of the Santa Cruz chapter of the International Dark-Sky Association.

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