Bradley Allen's Blog

Bradley Allen shares inspirations for Copper Pan Jams, challenges faced, the influence of Santa Cruz, and what's next for Copper Pan Jams.

The event features over 30 local artists and crafters. There was also a Kids’ Make-Your-Own Craft area, face painting, food, music, and lots more.

On March 24, the Board of Supervisors voted to ban the cultivation of cannabis in all unincorporated territories of the county, with limited exceptions.

At least six people have died in the Santa Cruz County Jail since August 2012 while in the hands of the Sheriff’s Department and California Forensics Medical Group (CFMG).

The highly energetic march wound through the streets and neighborhoods of East Oakland and ended at the Coliseum City development site.

For the first time since the initial Peace and Unity march in 1994, the Watsonville Police were given a large role in determining the route of the march.

Frank Alvarado Sr. spoke out against the local "PAL Program" in Salinas, explaining that it is nothing more than a farce for the Salinas Police Department.

Students at SJSU held a speak out on the recent uprisings in Ferguson, Missouri following the murder of Mike Brown by police officer Darren Wilson.

The circumstances faced by Paula and Isabella — homelessness and couch surfing — resonate with thousands of people struggling to pay rent and survive

Drop in to Nut Kreations, 104 Lincoln St., on Friday, September 5th from 5-7pm to taste absolutely amazing nut butters paired with gourmet jams by Copper Pan Jams. Experience fine nuts and jams inside a beautiful store while supporting local food artisans.