The words are used time and again in Santa Cruz with good reason. We all love living here in our little slice of paradise. And we want to stay here. With our friends. Our local friends, who happen to be artistic and gifted and running a small business.
Support your community this holiday season by supporting these wonderfully talented neighbors and friends of ours in the coworking space. Check out the list we’ve compiled. Even if it’s last minute shopping you’re doing, you’re sure to find something for everyone on your list. Continue reading →
Out of what looked like a common gopher hole, by the path on West Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz, peeked a long-tailed weasel. Much, much cuter than a gopher, with catlike grace but a much longer, skinnier body, the weasel popped in and out of its hole a few times, then scurried down the cliff face to the bay. We haven’t spotted it again.
There’s a reason we’re calling our new Internet service “Velocity.”
First, though, we’ve got to give a disclaimer. Velocity speeds vary widely depending on your location and the quality of your lines. In Santa Cruz County, where our geography is mountainous and there are many rural areas, we know there are a lot of places where speeds would be only a small fraction of the maximum. It’s still a great value, at the lowest speeds as well as high ones, because it includes phone service. Continue reading →
Kevin describes himself as a “Chief Marketplace Evangelist” for hrmarketer.com. When he’s not giving marketing and public relations advice to businesses, he enjoys the drums and the stylings of Rush drummer Neil Peart.
The Sentinel building used to be a long, uninterrupted wall of 10″ thick concrete down most of a block of Cedar Street. It had an element of Willy Wonka’s factory: what’s going on inside? You could see the newspaper’s presses through the far window, but other than that all was dark.
When Cruzio, Ecology Action and Joe Appenrodt renovated the building, we opened it up with windows and doors. Continue reading →
Congratulations to Hope Services for collecting 3455 lbs of e-waste!
Thank you to all who donated their e-waste to Hope Services on July 23! Not only did you help safely recycle your retired electronics, but the waste will be turned into valuable dollars for our important local non-profit, Hope Services. Hope Services’ mission is to provide employment opportunities and assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities. Read the article in the Santa Cruz Sentinel. Continue reading →