Community Archive

The atmosphere on the court, in the bleachers, and overall with the Santa Cruz Warriors basketball team, is fun, upbeat, and positive.

Dozens of local food lovers, passionate about making and selling homemade edibles, attended a Cottage Food Celebration presented by Slow Food Santa Cruz.

Pacific Avenue with no cars cruising the street and space for the community to gather!

Sticking to the tradition of Keeping Santa Cruz Weird, Cocoamotion delivered hot chocolate and marshmallows to parade participants and spectators.

The event was a way for Shreveport, Bogalousa and New Orleans, Louisiana to say “Thank You” to Santa Cruz community members.

A community yard sale benefiting survivors of Hurricane Katrina took place at the United Methodist Church in Santa Cruz.

Dozens of authors, community activists, and supporters organized an Emergency 24-hour “Read-In” outside the Cesar Chavez Public Library in Salinas.

This was the official kickoff for a community-wide referendum campaign to halt the single largest development in the city since UC Santa Cruz.

As V-Man led a workshop on the basics of recording interviews on a minidisc, I helped SJG publish on Indymedia for her first time.

Tomas Alejo and Jennifer Laskin interviewed on Free Radio Santa Cruz about the history of the Brown Berets and the current campaigns of the organization.