Catie Cadge Astrology Reading December 2022 Astrology Columns 

December Astrology: Holiday Love and Celestial Magic

By Catie Cadge, PhD Holiday love and celestial magic is upon us! December opens with mystical and visionary Neptune stationing direct at 22°39’ Pisces on the 3rd. Both Mercury and Venus in Sagittarius square Neptune and also Jupiter early in the month. Our intuition and imagination are powerful and we want to share our visions for the future with others.… Read More
Entertainment Live Music 

Live Music Weekend Roundup December 9 Through December 11

A season of music and dance to celebrate! Treat yourself to this weekend’s offering of live music and things to do in the Santa Cruz Mountains and in Santa Cruz and nearby! Enjoy! Friday, December 9 Mark Lemaire at San Gregorio General StoreFriday, December 9 | 3:00 – 17th Annual Holiday Hootenanny at Devil’s Canyon Brewing Co.An evening of… Read More
San Vicente Redwoods Santa Cruz Mountains Hikes Local News Outdoors Recreation 

San Vicente Redwoods Preserve to Open

By Julie Horner Outdoor enthusiasts eager to explore fresh territory can look forward to setting boots down on 7.3 miles of ecologically integrated trail in the 8,852-acre San Vicente Redwoods Preserve starting on December 3, 2022. This new multi-use trail system traversing sensitive coastal redwood habitat supports hikers, walkers, bicyclists, and equestrians.  San Vicente Redwoods Preserve spans the seaward side… Read More
Valley Churches United MIssions Community Local News 

Memorial Golf Tournament Raises Funds for Valley Churches

By Julie Horner The Boulder Creek Men’s Club remembered club president and community activist Dan Kelly with a fundraiser acknowledging Kelly’s charitable contributions to the San Lorenzo Valley. The “Friends of Dan Kelly Golf Tournament” was held at the DeLaveaga Golf Course in Santa Cruz on October 1st, 2022. In keeping with Kelly’s legacy, all proceeds from the event were… Read More
san lorenzo river photo by Infrastructure Local News Water 

Potty Talk – A Story about San Lorenzo Valley’s Waste Management

By Jayme Ackemann Rural, small town life in the midst of the sprawling, busy Bay Area has always been part of San Lorenzo Valley’s charm. Every new acquaintance is a friend of a friend, once removed. If our kids don’t already know each other by the end of 5th grade, they are practically guaranteed to meet in Middle School. But… Read More
Entertainment Live Music 

Live Music Weekend Roundup December 2 Through December 4, 2022

The first weekend of December is filled with live music, festive dance, and madcap Santa Claus flashmobs, rain or shine! Bundle up and see all there is to do! Friday, December 2 Laura T. Lewis & Holiday Market First Friday Boulder CreekLille Aeske Arthouse, 13160 Highway 9 Greg Wachala at Capitola Wine BarFriday, December 2 | 5:00 — Rory… Read More
Education Local News 

Cabrillo College Trustees Vote to Change Name

By Mary Andersen After a two-year process, Cabrillo’s governing board voted Monday, November 14 to accept the recommendation of students, faculty, staff, and an exploration committee to change the name of the college. A new name will be selected by August 2023 and implemented at the beginning of the 2024-2025 school year.  The movement was launched in 2020 by advocates… Read More