Art Archive

Heather’s Patisserie Turns Off the Oven

After more than thirteen years of providing the finest in Parisian style pastries and cakes, baked fresh on site daily, Heather’s Patisserie is closing up shop.

Last Call at Caffé Pergolesi

“Don’t ask what is happening here — you already know. You can no longer afford to live here. You’ve been priced out and so have all your favorite places.”

UC Santa Cruz Terminates Historic Stevenson Coffee House

"This is one of the cultural and intellectual hubs of the campus, and it's impossible to quantify what the university would be losing by closing this space." - Scott Ferreter of Sacramento

Jammin with Bradley Allen from Copper Pan Jams

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

Mother’s Day Weekend Art & Gift Show

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.

First Friday: Fruit Jams & Nut Butters @ Nut Kreations

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.

Slow Food Santa Cruz Interviews Bradley Allen of Copper Pan Jams

Slow Food unites the pleasure of food with responsibility, sustainability and harmony with nature.

Copper Pan Jams at Teen Nite: I.D.E.A. Fest

Copper Pan Jams was honored to be one of the resources featured at Teen Nite to inspire teens to start making a difference in Santa Cruz today.

The Great Morgani, aka Frank Lima, Gets Squeezed Out of Downtown Santa Cruz

The Great Morgani announced he will no longer be performing in downtown Santa Cruz "due to the recent strict enforcement of current ordinances".

Santa Cruz Bike Party Love Ride

The Santa Cruz Bike Party is gaining popularity, and part of a larger movement. San José Bike Party is the most famous, with thousands of cyclists riding through what they describe as “one of the most eminently bikeable cities in North America.”