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EDITOR’S NOTE we have some great ones.


Back then, though, even a lot of
I love Santa locals weren’t that familiar with
Cruz’s these tales. In fact, the first time
supernatural we ran a cover story on the curse
lore, and over of Santa Cruz at Metro Santa Cruz,
the years at some people actually thought
Metro Santa we had made it up. That’s the
Cruz and Santa interesting new wrinkle in Lily
Cruz Weekly and Stoicheff’s cover story this week:
even earlier Santa Cruz spookiness has gone
incarnations of Good Times, I’ve mainstream. I never thought there
written or published cover stories would be a tour you could take of
on “the curse of Santa Cruz,” the local haunted spots, although now
local Alfred Hitchcock connection of course I can’t wait to take it.
and the supposed hauntings of And we have our own local team of
places like Sunshine Villa. While I’m ghost hunters? We are really coming
personally not a believer in most up in the world of paranormal
of the paranormal elements that chic. Deservedly so, as far as I’m
come with these stories, I continue concerned. Happy Halloween!
to be totally hooked on them.
Every place needs its legends, and STEVE PALOPOLI | EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
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RUNOFF RACE Even leakage from a broken water pipe can be beautiful in a Santa
LETTERS NO SANDERS PLATFORM Cruz sunset. Photograph by Cristy Norian.
FOR SANTA CRUZ
CARRYING ON A VISION There is no “Sanders platform” (GT, 10/6). Submit to photos@goodtimes.sc. Include information (location, etc.) and your name. Photos
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organization with 2,000 members whose in the Santa Cruz City Council election. A
volunteer energy over the past year achieved small group of the senator’s supporters
a victory for Bernie Sanders in Santa Cruz control the local email list that was formed GOOD IDEA GOOD WORK
County in the June primary election. If for the primary election, and this faction
anyone can claim to be carrying on Bernie’s continues to imply that Bernie is behind VOTER GUIDE WAVE OF OPPORTUNITY
the Krohn slate. Such deception dishonors We’re told it’s our civic duty to vote, but who’s The California Coastal Commission told the
political vision here, we can. Now we’ve
Bernie by falsely implying his support. willing to step up and make that easy for the Mavericks surf competition that it wouldn’t
moved on to down-ballot elections as Bernie poor or disabled? This year, Community Bridges get a permit this year if it didn’t open its
I voted for Bernie in the primary, as did
asked us to do. The current leadership of will offer free door-to-door transportation for doors to women for the first time ever. Last
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most of my friends. For city council, I


our group was elected by nearly unanimous all community members to their polling place, week, Cartel Management announced a
strongly support J.M. Brown, Cynthia
acclamation at our August meeting attended courtesy of its Lift Line program. Four years ago, women’s heat. “It’s quite simply the right
Mathews, Robert Singleton and Martine
by 250 members. Our group subsequently 54 percent of eligible voters cast their ballot, time,” an organizer told the Santa Cruz
Watkins, who will ensure the wellbeing of
endorsed Drew Glover, Sandy Brown, Chris even though 84 percent were registered. People Sentinel. “There was no compelling driver
all our neighborhoods.
can also still sign up to vote by mail. For more other than it was the time to do it.” Uh, and
Krohn and Steve Schnaar as the Santa Cruz
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City Council candidates who we believe will CONSULTANTS, SANTA CRUZ with Lift Line, call 831-688-9663.
best further the people-centered politics
that Bernie advocated. MEASURE D AND
I point out these facts to dispel the CLIMATE CHANGE QUOTE OF THE WEEK
suggestion in Linda Proctor’s letter of Measure D, the transportation tax, has been
Oct. 12 that a small group of activists has falsely represented as helping to greatly “The supernatural is the natural
not yet understood.” — ELBERT HUBBARD
hijacked our organization’s democratic reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
process and mission. We apologize for our Transportation accounts for half of
communication error in failing to notify Ms. the county’s GHG emissions. The Santa
Cruz Regional Transportation Plan, of
Proctor that we considered her a member
based on her activism for Bernie, and we
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LOCAL TALK

Will you vote? Is it rigged?


BY MATTHEW COLE SCOTT

I will be voting, and I


think it’s fair.
JILL FARAGHER
BONNY DOON | ARTIST

I don’t know if it’s rigged or not,


but I think it’s foolish to not
have my vote count.
KAYLA MORROW
SANTA CRUZ | ASSISTANT MANAGER

Of course I will vote, I wouldn’t


dream of not voting. Rigged? I
really doubt it.
CAROLA BARTON
SANTA CRUZ | NONPROFIT

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CONSULTANT

I don’t think it’s rigged, and I


will vote. God bless America.
ROBBIE SCHOEN
SANTA CRUZ | RINGMASTER

I believe it’s rigged; however,


I am voting anyway. Just in
case it’s not.
TARA VERGARA
SANTA CRUZ | SERVER

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ROB BREZSNY FREE WILL ASTROLOGY
Week of October 26
ARIES Mar21–Apr19 LIBRA Sep23–Oct 22
I invite you to fantasize about what your four great-grand- It’s the prosperity-building phase of your cycle. Let’s
mothers and four great-grandfathers may have been celebrate! Let’s brainstorm! Are there rituals you can
doing on Nov. 1, 1930. What? You have no idea how to create to stimulate the financial lobes of your imagina-
begin? You don’t even know their names? If that’s the tion, thereby expediting your cash flow? Here are a few
case, I hope you’ll remedy your ignorance. Your ability ideas: 1. Glue a photo of yourself on a $20 bill. 2. Make
to create the future you want requires you to learn more a wealth shrine in your home. Stock it with symbols of
about where and whom you came from. Halloween cos- specific thrills you can buy for yourself when you have
tume suggestion: your most interesting ancestor. more money. 3. Halloween costume suggestions: a giant
bar of gold, a banker carrying a briefcase full of big bills,
TAURUS Apr20–May20 Tony Stark, Lady Mary Crawley, Jay Gatsby, Lara Croft,
the Yoruban wealth goddess Ajé.
At any one time, over two million frozen human embryos
are stored in tissue banks throughout Europe and North
America. When the time is right, their owners retrieve SCORPIO Oct23–Nov21
them and bring them to term. That’s the first scenario I During this Halloween season, you have cosmic permis-
invite you to use as a metaphor for your life in the coming sion to be a bigger, bolder, and extra beguiling version of
weeks. Here’s a second scenario: Scotch whiskey is a yourself. I trust you will express your deep beauty with
potent mind-altering substance. Any particular batch
precise brilliance and imagine your future with superb
must mature for at least three years, and may be distilled
panache and wander wherever the hell you feel like wan-
numerous times. There are currently 20 million barrels of
dering. It’s time to be stronger than your fears and wilder
the stuff mellowing in Scottish warehouses. And what do
than your trivial sins. Halloween costume suggestion: the
these two scenarios have to do with you? It’s time to tap
superhero version of yourself.
into resources that you’ve been saving in reserve—that
haven’t been ripe or ready until now. Halloween costume
suggestions: a woman who’s nine months pregnant; a SAGITTARIUS Nov22–Dec21
blooming rose or sunflower; ripe fruit.
I won’t offer you the cliché “When life gives you lemons,
make lemonade.” Instead, I’ll provide alternatives. How
GEMINI May21–June20 about this, from the video game Portal: “When life gives
To create a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon, a winemaker you lemons, don’t make lemonade. Make life take the
needs about 700 grapes. Compare this process with lemons back! Get mad! Say, ‘I don’t want your damn
rain-making. When water vapor that’s high in the sky lemons!’” Or you could try this version, from my friend
becomes dense enough, it condenses into tiny pearls of Barney: “When life gives you lemons, draw faces on them
liquid called cloud droplets. If the humidity rises even fur- like Tom Hanks did on his volleyball in the movie Cast
ther, a million of these babies might band together to form Away, and engage them in sexy philosophical conversa-
a single raindrop that falls to Earth. And what does this have tion.” Or consider this Brazilian proverb: “When life gives
to do with your life? I suspect that in the coming weeks, you lemons, make caipirinhas.” (Caipirinha is Brazil’s
you will have both an affinity and a skill for processes that national cocktail.) Suggestion: Play around with these
resemble wine-making and rain-making. You’ll need a lot themes to create your Halloween costume.
of raw material and energetic effort to produce a relatively
small marvel—but that’s exactly as it should be. Halloween
costume suggestion: a raindrop or bottle of wine.
CAPRICORN Dec22–Jan19
All of us are creators and destroyers. It’s fun and
CANCER Jun21–Jul22 healthy to add fresh elements to our lives, but it’s also
crucial to dispose of things that hurt and distort us.
Some Brazilians eat the heads of piranhas in the belief Even your body is a hotbed of both activities, constantly
they’re aphrodisiacs. In Zimbabwe, women may make killing off old cells and generating new ones. But in my
strategic use of baboon urine to enhance their allure. understanding, you are now in a phase when there’s
The scientific name for Columbia’s leaf-cutter ant is hor- far more creation than destruction. Enjoy the exalted
miga culona, translated as “fat-assed ant.” Ingesting the buzz! Halloween costume suggestions: a creator god or
roasted bodies of these critters is thought to boost sexu- goddess, like the Greeks’ Gaia or Prometheus; Rainbow-
al desire. Since you’re in a phase when tapping into your Snake from the Australian Aborigines; Unkulunkulu from
deepest erotic longings will be healthy and educational, the Zulus; or Coyote, Raven, or Spider Grandmother
you may want to adopt elements of the aforementioned from indigenous North American tribes.
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love drugs to create your Halloween costume. Here are


other exotic aphrodisiacs from around the world that
you might be inspired by: asparagus, green M&Ms, raw AQUARIUS Jan20–Feb18
oysters, wild orchids, horny goat weed.

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In 1938, a chef named Ruth Wakefield dreamed up a
brilliant invention: chocolate chip cookies. She sold her
Lloyd's is the preferred alternative to LE0 Jul23–Aug22 recipe to the Nestlé company in return for one dollar and
a lifetime supply of chocolate. Maybe she was happy with
the dealer for service, repairs and Do you know how to repair a broken zipper or patch a hole in
that arrangement, but I think she cheated herself. And so

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I offer her action as an example of what you should NOT
bathtub or creating a successful budget? Can you compose
manufacturer warranty requirements. a graceful thank-you note, cook a hearty soup from scratch,
do. During the next ten months, I expect you will come
up with many useful innovations and intriguing depar-
or overcome your pride so as to reconcile with an ally after an
"The best in safety, value,
argument? These are the kinds of tasks I trust you will focus tures from the way things have always been done. Make
and performance for your car." sure you get full value in return for your gifts! Halloween
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I’m hoping your speech will pack a comparable punch in
Speaking on behalf of the cosmic powers, I authorize you
to escape dull realities and go rambling through the fron-
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the coming days. My reading of the astrological omens
suggests that your persuasiveness should be at a peak.
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exult in the joys of wise innocence. Halloween costume
suggestions: bohemian poet, mad scientist, carefree
Sojourner Truth; rapper MC Lyte, Winston Churchill. genius, brazen explorer.
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WELLNESS
a slight majority confirming deeper
reading on print.
On screens, humans tend to
employ what neuroscience calls
“nonlinear reading,” where the eyes
skim and dart around the page. Add
in the web’s casino-effect vortex of
distractions, and the net result is an
experience that doesn’t always lend
itself to deep reading.
“I always print a document before
reading it,” says my sister, who
reads “constantly” for her job as an
attorney. “I can concentrate.”
Maryanne Wolf, director of the
Center for Reading and Language
Research at Tufts University, says that
to keep the deep-reading part of the
brain alive and well, we should make
time to practice the “deeper, slow
reading” associated with books on
paper, and that parents and teachers
should make sure that children are
encouraged to do the same.
Of course, reading on smartphones
and computer screens is a known
cause of Computer Vision Syndrome,
which affects—with headache,
fatigue, blurred vision and neck
pain—90 percent of people who
PAPER OR PLASTIC? In a world where digital reading has never been easier, a steady majority of American readers prefer paper. spend three hours or more a day at a
computer, according to the National

Spine Tingler
Institute of Occupational Safety and
Health. In terms of eye strain, reading
e-ink is a lot like reading on paper,
according to a 2013 study. So why
are people still embracing primitive

What does the survival of printed books say tree pulp and ink when the e-book is
healthy on the eyes and much lighter

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to tote around than 50 books?
about our brains? BY MARIA GRUSAUSKAS Like many book consumers, I
appreciate the tactile physicality of

I
’ll never walk through Logos, or the American Library Association clocked in at 14 percent of books a book; making pencil notes in the
any used bookstore or library “to get more books, not just Hogarth “read” last year.) margins, and knowing where I am in
in the world, without greedily books, into more hands.” But the survival of old-fashioned the journey of imagination.
filling my nostrils with the smell When the e-book market reading surely has less to do with “The implicit feel of where you are
of old books—musty and slightly skyrocketed around 2008, many saw it celebrity promotion or steamy in a physical book turns out to be more
acrid, organic material and glue as a knife wound in the femoral artery subway scenes posted on instagram important than we realized,” says
breaking down in the more acidic of the book as we knew it—a startling accounts like @hotdudesreading Abigail Sellen of Microsoft Research
pages of the past. It’s a scent that development for anybody who’s come than it has to do with our brains. Cambridge in England in Scientific
holds fingerprints and dust mites and to live by John Waters’ rule, “If you go Since the 1980s, the fields of American. “Only when you get an
the graphite underlines of conscious home with somebody and they don’t psychology, computer engineering, e-book do you start to miss it.”
beings no longer with us. have books, don’t fuck them.” and library and information science There’s another benefit to books and
“People have tried to bottle the A study released last month by have conducted more than 100 magazines: We lend them to friends,
smell of old books, but it’s the the Pew Institute found that of the studies into screen versus print who don’t have to click a link or fire
most elusive thing, like trying to 73 percent of Americans who say reading. Before 1992, most of these up their kindle to get to it. When my
recreate a great story. You can’t,” they’ve read a book in the past 12 studies reported that people read sister finished reading about Sarah
Sarah Jessica Parker told the New months, 65 percent read on paper. slower, less accurately and less Jessica Parker, she left the New
York Times Style magazine last week, That’s more than twice the number comprehensively on screens than York Times magazine on the train for
in an article that details her new (28 percent) who said they’ve read on paper, according to Scientific someone else to read—something
position as editorial director at an e-book—a number that has American. After 1992, studies have we can’t do with smartphones or
Hogarth—which is partnering with plateaued since 2014. (Audiobooks produced inconsistent results, with e-readers. At least for now. 11
NEWS

COMMANDING
ATTENTION
Holistic Veterans hosts
second annual Community
Healing Project
BY MAT WEIR

Oftentimes veterans in our society go


unnoticed or forgotten, even as some of
them beg for change on the street corner.
With 21.8 million vets as of 2014, the group
makes up 6.8 percent of the country’s
population. “We are a large demographic in
this country,” Paul Damon says.
Damon, a Navy veteran originally from
Texas, is the co-founder of Holistic Veterans,
a local nonprofit rehabilitating vets as it
helps them reconnect with themselves and
their community through natural medicine
and holistic practices like yoga.
This year, Holistic Veterans celebrates
its second annual Community Healing
Project from 5 to 9 p.m. on Veteran’s Day,
Friday, Nov. 11. The event is moving from the
downtown Veteran’s Hall, which hosted last
year’s event, to the more spacious Museum
of Art & History. With various experts in
Eastern medicine, the symposium shares
a message with veterans—as well as the
greater community—that healing can mean
improving one’s life in ways that go beyond GRIDLOCKED Supporters of Measure D say it’s the county’s best shot to reduce traffic, while opponents say
just Western medicine. it shouldn’t spend any money on the highway. PHOTO: CHIP SCHEUER
“The idea came about when a lot of

Measure for Measure


veterans began asking me what ‘holistic’ is
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or even means,” Damon says. “So, I began to


call around to various practitioners I knew
and got a list of people who would be willing
to give the veterans a test drive.”
In the last year and a half, Holistic Veterans, Breaking down more than a dozen of the measures
which received nonprofit status in January,
has hosted educational workshops on headed for county ballots BY JACOB PIERCE
everything from proper nutrition and cooking

W
classes to how to make tinctures. Next year, hether because of some of them get deeper into the and old infrastructure in Santa Cruz
leaders plan on introducing new courses on pure serendipity nitty-gritty details than others. Unified’s secondary schools. To pay
survival skills, archery and more. or just the rapidly Only one of them is countywide, off a $140 million bond, taxpayers
The group will also host a wellness clinic changing funding and the rest cover regional areas. would be chipping in $29.50 per
on Nov. 7 at Cabrillo, as part of Veterans landscape, this is a big year for Here’s a look at this year’s most $100,000 of assessed value on their
Awareness Week. The clinic will focus on local ballot measures. Seventeen important measures: property tax bill. According to
serving veteran students and staff by have headed to voters. the district’s facility master plan,
educating them about what Holistic Veterans Presidential years often make MEASURE A between $28 million and $33 million
offers. The organization is also working on for longer ballots due to the would go to each of the three high
a collaboration with God’s Gardens, a group promise of higher turnout. But
SANTA CRUZ UNIFIED schools—Santa Cruz High, Harbor
based out of Twin Lakes Church that built this year’s total measures amount
SCHOOL DISTRICT High and Soquel High. Supporters like
a hydroponic garden for the congregation. to more than the number of races This measure promises to modernize former county Treasurer Fred Keeley,
Damon’s idea is for veterans to build and in the last three major November school science labs, build more Councilmember Pamela Comstock
tend more gardens in churches and vets elections combined. Not all of the permanent classrooms and improve and Business Leader George Ow, Jr.
12 halls throughout the county. >16 races are particularly sexy, and safety, while fixing deteriorated roofs say the upgrades are critical. >14
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COUNTY MEASURES <12 put a measure with highway semantics. To cover the county’s
improvements on the ballot was 12 bases, Measure E would clarify and
MEASURE B years ago, and it garnered just 43 amend definitions for “cannabis,”
SANTA CRUZ UNIFIED percent support. That’s more than “cannabis business,” and “medical
SCHOOL DISTRICT 20 percent shy of the two-thirds marijuana business.” The lone
vote it needed to pass. Measure D is opposition has come from longtime
The little brother to Measure A, different, though, supporters boast, county critic Michael Boyd, who didn’t
this bond measure aims to raise with former highway widening like the original sales tax measure and
$68 million to repair the district’s opponents like Santa Cruz City worries that it prevents people from
elementary schools, and is promising Councilmember Don Lane and John getting medicine. Supporters note that
similar improvements. Like any Leopold showing enthusiasm—as there are still resources for people to
other school bond vote, Measure well as environmental groups like receive low-cost medication.
B—which has gotten wide-ranging Ecology Action, the Land Trust of
support—needs 55 percent voter
Santa Cruz County and Bike Santa MEASURE I
approval to pass. Each measure
Cruz County. And the new measure
would establish a citizen oversight CITY OF SANTA CRUZ—
is cheaper and more balanced—30
committee, two annual audits, and a
percent of the revenue would go
CANNABIS
report to the school board each year
to local road repair and 25 percent Like Measure E, this measure clarifies
on any unspent funds. Public schools
to highway merge lanes. The rest the wording of previous voter-
have increasingly relied upon locally
is slated for the coastal rail trail, approved cannabis legislation, but
funded budget solutions as California
transit for seniors and disabled for the city of Santa Cruz. Medical
officials repeatedly chip away at
people and railroad maintenance and marijuana activist Boyd, who filed a
education dollars. Like most local
analysis. lawsuit against the city and county
measures this year, Measure B has
Activist Rick Longinotti says he about the 2014 tax measure, has asked
gotten no formal opposition, although
wanted to see the highway taken voters to consider a “no” vote because
a letter to the Santa Cruz Sentinel last
out of the measure altogether, he says the measure amounts to
month did bemoan the increased tax
arguing that a close look at CalTrans’ “discrimination” against the poor.
burden for property owners.
environmental documents doesn’t
prove the changes would reduce MEASURE J
MEASURE C
traffic. “The notion that this is doing
SOQUEL UNION ELEMENTARY something for people stuck in traffic WATSONVILLE—TOT
SCHOOL DISTRICT is completely without basis,” says With transient occupancy taxes
With repairs needed for Soquel Union Longinotti, a leader in the Widening (TOT) in Santa Cruz and the
Elementary, Measure C aims to raise Won’t Work campaign to prevent county at 11 percent, city leaders
102 Walnut Ave. at Pacific
$42 million. It has the backing of Santa Measure D from getting two-thirds in Watsonville don’t want to miss
Downtown Santa Cruz approval. He notes that a recent poll a piece of the pie. In Watsonville,
Cruz County Schools Superintendent
831.458.9950 | stephansjewelry.com found that voters strongly support TOT is currently 11 percent. A 1
Michael Watkins, Vice Mayor
Open Tue-Sat. 10-5:30, Sun 11-5 reducing congestion, but not so much percent increase in taxes paid by
Stephanie Harlan, former Capitola
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Former Mayor Sam Storey and Sheriff widening the highway. tourists may seem like a slam dunk,
Jim Hart. The district, which stretches The half-cent sales tax would which probably explains why the
from Santa Cruz Gardens Elementary replace a quarter-cent sales tax, measure did not garner an opposition
to New Brighton Elementary, plans amounting to a quarter-cent sales statement—or even one of support,
to improve leaky roofs, plumbing, tax increase. “It’s frustrating for for that matter. It’s worth noting,
heating and air conditioning. It also me to see the campaign against the though, that Capitola voters shot
aims to install solar panels, build measure pretend like 80 percent down a nearly identical measure two
more classrooms and get up to date of the funding for all these other years ago, either because they didn’t
on safety and disability requirements important things doesn’t matter,” think it was necessary or because
with the new dough. says Lane, who also serves as RTC the measure wasn’t clear enough
chair. “They’re so obsessed with the about where the money would go.
MEASURE D 25 percent going to the highway that According to impartial analysis
they don’t see the other part.” on Measure J from Watsonville
COUNTYWIDE— Administrative Services Director
TRANSPORTATION Ezequiel Vega, the tax would
MEASURE E
This transportation measure—both continue funding “services such as
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY— public safety.”
the most endorsed and most hotly
CANNABIS
contested local measure in recent
history—has shaped into the year’s After Santa Cruz County voters MEASURE L
biggest race, with strong feelings on approved a sales tax for dispensaries
both sides. two years ago with 78 percent of voters WATSONVILLE—CANNABIS
The last time the Regional in support, changes in state law have Watsonville does not have
14 Transportation Commission (RTC) affected the industry regulators’ its own cannabis tax, and >18
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STRONGER TOGETHER From left, Jacob Kramer, Craig Lane, Paul Damon, Philip Mirkin and Jason Helliwell have been working to
grow the Holistic Veterans mission of healing. PHOTO: KEANA PARKER

HOLISTIC VETERANS <12 buildings around the law,” explains Damon. will be to land stewardship, so we’re getting Homeless Garden Project and more.
The group hosts the workshops for physical activity and reconnecting to the There will even be an herbal drink bar,
“Providing this kind of healing is my duty
and service to my brothers and sisters,” Damon veterans and civilians at the 30-acre Nature land,” Damon states. “We’re about leaving the hosted by Damon’s friend Craig Lane at Health
says. “My vow of service didn’t go away when Education Service and Technology (NEST) land better than when we arrived.” Alkemy, where Lane creates drinks based on
I left the military, so we have a lot of cool stuff retreat in Felton. Holistic Veterans hopes Along the way, Holistic Veterans has the question, “What do you want to feel?”
[Holistic Veterans] is about to get into.” to start building more structures and ship also been working on a documentary Born “Craig is a mad scientist when it comes to
One of those projects is a partnership with throughout the county and greater nation. to Heal, detailing the group’s mission herbs,” says Damon.
a Santa Cruz company called Hybrid Adobe. “Housing is the base of your pyramid,” says and works and featuring staff volunteer This year’s event features two healing
Founded by local Philip Mirkin to create Head Practitioner Melissa Manning-Collins, practitioners and people they’ve helped. sanctuaries—one for workshops and another
sustainable housing for homeless mothers who helps organize workshops and events. “If The trailer for Born to Heal will premiere at for live, instrumental music that will be
and veterans, Hybrid Adobe crafts lightweight you don’t have that, everything else crumbles. the Community Healing Project. “silent,” where everyone keeps speaking to a
but durable adobe out of inexpensive People have to have their basic needs met.” “You can better serve the community minimum, allowing event goers to relax.
materials. The substance can then be poured The NEST will also be home to Holistic if you have wellness in your own world,” “There will be sound healing, talking and
into molds, and fitted with solar panels and Veterans’ 14-day Lifestyle Resurrection and Manning-Collins says. chill time,” says Manning-Collins, “then silence.”
windows to form walls. Holistic Veterans has Woodland Immersion Program, where they The Community Healing Project on Nov.
already hosted one house-building workshop will take a group of vets from around the 11 will feature more than 20 local holistic The Community Healing Project is from 5 to 9
and will host a second one on Oct. 29 and 30. county for an exercise in physical and spiritual practitioners from herbalists to massage p.m. on Friday, Nov. 11 at the Museum of Art &
“We went to the county for the regulations healing through a commitment to serving and yoga instructors along with food and History at 705 Front St., Santa Cruz. The event
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The Steve Pleich for Council campaign has been suspended, we are asking
COUNTY MEASURES <14
all of our supporters to vote for the progressive Brand New Council:
it’s looking to get in on the local
Chris Krohn, Steve Schnaar, Drew Glover and Sandy Brown. government trend. Like county and
city rules, Watsonville’s Measure L
calls for up to a 10 percent tax on
gross receipts of pot sales. It also
calls for up to a 2.5 percent tax on
the receipts from the production
of marijuana—less than half the
city and county’s rates—and
additionally a unique $20 tax per
square foot of grows.

S A N TA C R U Z , C A MEASURE M
a project of santa cruz for bernie WATSONVILLE—CANNABIS
The pot tax measure above comes
“The Brand New Council has the expertise, compassion and
with this added advisory, called
commitment necessary to responsibly lead us toward a new Measure M. It asks voters for their
progressive government that more accurately represents the preferences for how portions of
concerns of the community, and puts the needs of working their cannabis tax cash be spent—on
fire services, parks, community
families, not the wealthy few, first.” development, libraries, community
services, law enforcement and crime
-Steve Pleich prevention or nonprofit social and
community services. The non-binding
Read up and vote: www.brandnewcouncil.com advisory would provide guidance to
the Watsonville City Council.

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Activities
Santa Cruz’s supposed haunted spots
have inspired books, ghost hunters
and even a tour BY LILY STOICHEFF

M
aryanne Porter was just a child when she saw her first ghost in her
home in Aptos. It came almost nightly, she says, a terrifying dark
figure that her parents chalked up to a vivid imagination. The figure
did not return after they moved to a new home, but she continues to
have strange, unexplainable encounters. Except now she seeks them out, instead
of hiding under the covers.
Porter is the founder of the Santa Cruz Ghost Hunters, a local group that
explores paranormal activity in Santa Cruz County. The group started in 2010,
when she and a friend expressed a shared desire to find out if there was more to
the afterlife and ghost stories. “We wanted to find out if it was real or if it was all
BS,” says Porter, her voice lively and engaging. “The first time we experienced
electronic voice phenomena, we were hooked.”
In the early days, she and her co-founder would conduct hunts in the Boulder
Creek Cemetery, which at the time had a reputation for being a popular site for
Satanic rituals and witchcraft. They’d often find candles and pagan symbols. More
than once, she saw what she describes as a “shadow person.”
They were also able to record voices, or electronic voice phenomen, EVP. One
recording was clear enough to determine that the voice was a Native American
dialect, she says.
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were able to confirm that it sounded like a Native American tongue, but they were
unable to determine which one it was. We got other voices as well,” says Porter. “It
was all pretty freaky.”
In Porter’s new book Haunted Santa Cruz, California, she vividly retells the darker
aspects of Santa Cruz history, and shares recorded experiences, including some of
her own, at popular local haunted sites like the Brookdale Lodge and Sunshine Villa.
When restoration of the Brookdale Lodge is complete, she plans to host paranormal
tours and lead “mini-ghost hunts” in collaboration with the current owner.
“It’s not my mission to convince people that ghosts are real,” she says. “But if
there’s a chance that this isn’t all black and white, that there’s something more,
BOO CRUZ and people have had experiences in their life that they question, then maybe we
Brew Cruz owner and should reach out and think about it a little bit more.”
Halloween enthusiast
Annie Pautsch (right) CURSE OF SANTA CRUZ
leads haunted tours
of Santa Cruz County I’m definitely thinking about it as I enter New Bohemia Brewing Company dressed
on her craft beer as a skeleton late one October afternoon. My friends are waiting at the bar with
tour during the pints of Oktoberfest lager, also in Halloween costumes. One couple is dressed as
month of October. a hot dog and a pint of beer. “No outside food or drink!” the bartender jokes with
PHOTO: KEANA PARKER them as I sidle up to the bar.
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overlooked. She turned in her seat, the seabirds that suddenly fell from
and told us the tragic tale of Henry the sky over this sleepy seaside town
Cowell’s daughter Sarah, who was in the middle of the last century.
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grounds when a plumber struck the the history of the area. “Despite
skeletal remains of a skull with his how you feel about hauntings
pick. This violation of sacred soil is and ghosts, the history is real.
what many believe to be the cause of These stories open the door to the
all sorts of inexplicable supernatural architects and founders of our
activity over the course of the hotel’s towns,” she says.
history. Our last stop of the night is the
Later, the hotel became a bordello, Rispin Mansion on Wharf Road.
a rooming house, and the home We file out of the bus and huddle
to notorious serial killer Herbert close to the chainlink fence that
William Mullin, who killed 13 people surrounds the perimeter of the
during a murderous rampage in the property. The air is quiet and cold.
early 1970s. Today, the structure Vacant for nearly half a century, the
has been beautifully remodeled into massive four-story 22-room Riviera-
an assisted-living facility for the style palace is entirely boarded up
elderly known as Sunshine Villa, and and obscured by heavy growth.
has been recognized as a historical The mansion’s 95-year history is
landmark. plagued with mysterious happenings.
Built by the reclusive Henry Allen
MONDO SANTA CRUZ Rispin in 1921 and abandoned in
After visiting the site of the old 1929, it was later occupied by the
Capitola Theater—now a parking Poor Clares, who established it as a
lot—where guests enjoyed their convent until 1959. After the nuns
time so much some of them refused left, it was inhabited by squatters,
to leave even after they’d passed one of whom tragically died after
on, and the hill above Soquel High falling through the floor. The poor
School, where two teenage lovers victim supposedly called for help for
still look out over their alma mater, days before finally succumbing to
we stop on a residential street in dehydration. His harrowing cries are
the Soquel hills. Pautsch turns down said to still be heard throughout the
“Monster Mash” and waits until building.
we’re quiet. The mansion was purchased by
One of the most tragic crimes the city in 1985, but attempts to
ever committed in this area was renovate it have all been indefinitely
the shocking murder of Dr. Viktor delayed or abandoned due to a series
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Santa Cruz opthamologist—and his events. In the last few years, the city
family, in their home in October 1970 has renewed its interest in turning
by John Linley Frazier, a deranged the site into a park, although they
Famous fanatic. Besides murmurs of horror have yet to break ground. It remains
gourmet cakes and grief, the passengers are silent a subject of fascination for local
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possible when visiting sites where Others reportedly feel an ominous
tragic events have happened in the spirit that viciously protects the
living memory of the community, house. Some have heard barking
particularly in the case of the dogs from the SWAT team trainings
doctor and his family. “I try to be as that took place there for a short
respectful as I can. I make a point time in ’90s.
to mention the memorial his staff As I peer through the fence, the
erected at his old office on Water cruise at an end, I almost want to
Street. I’m sharing the story, not see a shadow staring back. As I turn,
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carefully constructed her own sense when women grow older, where men
Terrifying Touch Tanks of style out of bold colors and even simply look past us. It’s rough in our
bolder accessories. “It all started with
Phantom Photo Booth a clothing exhibition at the Cherry
culture. At first when that starting
happening to me, it was a relief,” she

New Aerial Arts Center. They wanted a reading. I


said no. I would do a performance. I
recalls. “It was a relief in not being
judged all the time, being able to
didn’t know whether it would work swing my arms, to feel freer in my
NTE D until I did it,” she says. But once body. But then it became irritating.”
HAU she began imagining the scenes, the Even though she doesn’t feel
entire production—all done without determined by the opinions of
intermission—came together. others, the performer will admit to
“My penchant for quirky dress having issues about her chin.
style helps set the stage,” she notes— Working from a skillful balance of
and the stage for her show will be scripted words and anecdotal memory,
abundantly set with props, scenery Vecchione fashioned a one-woman
and moving pictures. The first scene cascade of costume changes, setting
“Contagious Enthusiasm” has been the stage and acting out each of the
adapted from her book Stepping into vignettes she’s chosen to illustrate key
Nature. In it Vecchione examines moments in many women’s lives.
an African practice of dressing Why did the multi-tasking lecturer,
and adorning the body without the writer, and teacher need to add yet
benefit of a mirror. “Who determines another project to her schedule?
beauty anyway?” she asks. “The “A lot of this is improv,” she admits
second piece is called ‘Looking for saucily. “I do so much improv in my
the Perfect Dress,’—what woman other work, and I like to be funny.
hasn’t had that experience?” Performing is a much more immediate
Other scenes are adapted from and alive form of expression than
the 2009 show Vecchione produced writing. I’m driven to make the ideas
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and performed to packed houses live.” Words Dressed and Undressed has
in both Santa Cruz and Monterey. it all—visuals, music, “lots of outfit
The emotionally fraught issues changes and lots of props.”
surrounding wedding gowns, and the Vecchione admits that she gets
Thrill the World decision to wear or not wear a veil
are acted out in another scene.
“really nervous beforehand, and
Saturday • 3:00 pm then I become incredibly happy. It
“My favorite one is number six, ‘The must mean that I’m mentally ill,” she
Haunted House Clothing of the Dead,’ about how we says with a chuckle. “I can hear and
Sneak Peek keep and wear clothing that belongs to
others, now gone on,” she says.
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my form. When it wasn’t successful,


it felt like I’d lost in the first round
of the tournament. I just wanted to
stay in the game,” Semple says. She
talked to a friend, who told her that
if she didn’t write, she’d become a
menace to society. “When I heard
that, I thought, wow, what would
my life look like in 15 years if I never
pick myself up? It seemed funny
and scary at the same time, bursting
with energy. It was enough to get me
writing again,” she says.
Semple makes no apologies for
drawing from her own life to write
her novels, knowing that if she gives
her characters warmth and heart,
she can play with the details.
“I’m an entertainer,” she says. “I
have this stuff that’s very personal
to me that I want to write about and
it’s real, but I want to kick it up a
notch and turn it into a compelling
story for everyone.”
Semple has a daughter and
relates to the conundrum kids find
themselves in when it comes to their
parents. “I feel kind of sorry for how
stuck with me my daughter is,” she
says. “I think that comes through in
both of my kid characters. They’re
A SEMPLE PLAN Maria Semple will discuss her work on Friday, Oct. 28 at Peace United Church. stuck with their moms and yet they
love them unconditionally. They don’t

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have an option and they don’t reflect
on it, it’s just what is. That’s what
I want to write about, the almost
inherent tragedy of how much these
kids love their imperfect parents.”
Maria Semple loves making the rules in her own

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Semple thinks that kids make great
straight men. “All the straight man

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incredibly wise.”
versed in comedy. As a characters on a wild ride from Seattle things, and that’s fun.”
Luckily for readers, Maria Semple
former television writer to Antarctica and back again. The The novel plays out over one day,
has not become a menace to society,
for shows like Mad reason why so many readers connect but it explores big issues. “It’s about
but instead a funny, quirky, serious
About You, Saturday Night Live, and with it is the loving but unconventional that struggle to be the person you
writer who sweats the small stuff
Arrested Development, she has traded relationship between the novel’s two know you can be on the smallest
and lives to tell the tale. As for the
jokes in the real world with the main characters, 15-year-old Bee and scale possible,” Semple says. “You’re
writing itself, “it’s like having a daily
funniest people you’ve never met, her mother, Bernadette. not trying to save the world, you’re
tantrum,” she says. “It’s all id, and
but she prefers fictional ones where Semple continues to wrestle with just trying to love those around you
it’s what I was made to do.”
anything can happen. the imperfect bond between parents the way you want to, yet you never
“That’s what I love about writing and their children in her new novel, love them quite that way, and you Maria Semple will discuss her work at an
novels,” she says. “There has to be an Today Will Be Different. Like her feel like you’re failing them over offsite, ticketed event at 7 p.m. Friday,
internal consistency, but otherwise others, it walks a tightrope between and over again. Eleanor Flood is that Oct. 28 at Peace United Church. Ticket
it’s wide open. I love setting my own comedy and seriousness. “They’re person in this story, protesting too packages are $29.36, and include one
rules, being cornered by them, and almost one and the same in a strange much, grabbing on too tightly. A copy of ‘Today Will Be Different’ and two
then breaking out.” way,” she says, and she takes pains shift has to take place.” tickets to the event. Tickets must be pre-
In Semple’s breakout novel, Where’d to balance the two. “That’s the joy Like many writers, Semple knows paid and picked up at Bookshop Santa
You Go Bernadette?, she sets her own of writing, figuring it all out. It’s how failure can fuel change. “When I Cruz or at will call (starting at 6:30 pm.)
rules with gusto, switching formats, hard, but it’s a good hard. It tells you wrote my first novel, I knew I’d found at Peace United Church. 33
MUSIC
Please The Trees has been raising
funds to halt development through
ongoing shows and summer festivals.
Whether or not these shenanigans
are the cause, Please the Trees’ music
has jumped a couple levels recently.
Carp, their fourth LP, is their most
visceral to date. The group formed
a decade ago with Havelka the only
original member at this point. The
current lineup has been in place for
four years. (Havelka on guitar/vocals,
Jan Svacina on drums, and Mira Syrny
on bass). They lock in as a unit with
repetitive grooves that throb with
restless energy that seems to come
from the deepest part of their souls.
“Some people are interested in
guitars and pedals. I have been like,
whatever came to me—that affects
whatever comes out sonically,”
Havelka says. “The whole approach
is magical in the sense that you
just keep learning, you just keep
exploring things. I feel more like a
music fan than a musician.”
Carp’s origin is seemingly full of
magic. It was recorded in Detroit on
their last U.S. tour. A friend, Chris
CZECH PLEASE Please the Trees plays the Crepe Place on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Koltay, owned a studio called High
Bias Studio and invited him to come.

Arbor Daze
Originally they couldn’t, but when a
couple of shows canceled, Havelka
thought they’d just swing and whip
out some demos. In two days, they
recorded all the tracks—and were

Czech band Please the Trees is full of surprises BY AARON CARNES happy enough to release them, even
if they weren’t totally polished.
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D
“I know many people that are
uring the course of three has been going out of his way these some people were happy,” Havelka
sitting on records for years because
truncated interviews with past couple of years to steer clear of says. “I feel like the rock ’n’ roll just
it’s not perfect. I feel like, even if
Please the Trees leader any normal venues, preferring coffee somehow vanished from the streets.
you make mistakes, you can move
Vaclav Havelka, which shops, basements, street corners and That’s where it came from. I felt like,
further. It captures something,”
were cut short due to his touring other such spaces. ‘let’s bring it back. Let’s go to the
Havelka says, still excited about Carp
schedule, it became apparent how “The most beautiful experiences I’ve very core of it.’”
a year after its release.
strictly he adheres to a fly-by-the- had with music are always the ones They lugged along a film crew
Havelka has few set plans for
seat-of-his-pants DIY ethos. where the people were not coming to to record their flat-bed truck
the band, other than to continue
The trio, which hails from the the gig to see us,” he says somewhere exploits. It should materialize into
to make records, play shows and
Czech Republic and plays fuzzed-out, in rural Virginia, driving to his next a documentary sometime next year.
keep exploring artistically in every
tribal-infused noise-pop, is currently gig. “It’s easy to play for a crowd that Hopefully it makes its way to the
way possible.
on its fourth U.S. tour. But this is the likes your music. But to get a crowd on states so more Americans can glimpse
“I feel like the world is such a big
first, Havelka boasts with a burst of your side that is not expecting you—I what maniacs Please the Trees can be.
place. There’s a place for every kind
childlike glee, that the group has done always feel like it’s about the music.” In the meantime, the group
of music,” Havelka says. “As long as
with an actual booker. Before that, he Last June, they took this principle continues to try to push musical
people are honest and true. That’s
did everything, and Please the Trees to a new level, renting a flatbed boundaries—their new record Carp is
what I learned from people I like.
played in whatever off-the-grid venues truck and touring around the Czech a pulsating, meditative noise-fest—
they could sneak into. This time Republic for two weeks. They played and involve themselves with unusual You just have to get inspired and see
around, they are playing established parking lots, schools and parks, never projects. One is an effort to save the what happens.”
venues. In Santa Cruz, that means the announcing their shows beforehand. Sumava National Park in the Czech
Crepe Place on Oct. 26. “It’s been like a social experiment. Republic, which is currently in danger INFO: 9 p.m., Oct. 26, Crepe Place, 1134
It’s a big switch from their gigs in People are in the middle of their of being bulldozed by developers eager Soquel Ave., Santa Cruz. $12/adv, $15/door.
34 the Czech Republic, where Havelka regular life. Some people were angry, to transform it into holiday resorts. 429-6994.
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AHP’S HARVEST
DINNER
The Agricultural History Project is
WEDNESDAY 10/26
celebrating the bountiful harvest of the
CLASSES
Pajaro Valley and giving thanks to food
and farmers with the old-fashioned Farm STEAM IN NATURE Create STEAM-based
nature art while learning about the science of
to Table Harvest Dinner. This Saturday,
our natural environment in this weekly class
Oct. 29, they’ll host a silent auction
with educator Sue Creswell. Creswell has
and dinner prepared by Monterey Bay been a primary teacher, with an emphasis on
Caterers. Buffalo Canyon Band from environmental education, for 26 years. 3 p.m.
Aromas will get diners foot-tappin’ and 1855 41st Ave., Capitola. 888-424-8035. Free.
on the dance floor to celebrate the live
SALSA CRASH COURSE FOR BEGINNERS
auction which will include vacation
This popular crash course is for anyone who
getaways and unique antique items, lead
wants to learn to dance salsa with a more
by auctioneer Terry Medina. relaxed and sizzling Cuban flavor. In just four
weeks you will step up on the dance floor with
Info: 5:30-10 p.m. JJ Crosetti Building easy, cool-looking moves. 7 p.m. Louden Nelson
at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds, Community Center, 301 Center St., Santa Cruz.
2601 East Lake Ave., Watsonville. 724- 426-4724. $14.
5898. aghistory2016.bpt.me. $65.
BEGINNING BALLET WITH DIANA ROSE
Ballet for the beginning adult student with little
ART SEEN or no ballet training. Learn ballet terminology
and fine tune placement, posture and
technique. Noon-1:15 p.m. 320 Encinal St.,
Santa Cruz. 466-0458. $10.

HOOP SKILLS Join hoop coach Good Golly


Miss Molly Wednesdays at the Aerial Arts
Studio. Each week we’ll learn new tricks,
21ST ANNUAL FREAKER’S BALL
SURFERS’ BLOOD breaking them down to suit hoopers at all levels. Raindance and Euphoric bring the 21st annual Freaker’s Ball to the Catalyst with all things
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5-6 p.m. Aerial Arts Studio, 2801 Mission St. funky, freaky, and fantastic. This year’s event unfolds over two nights—and with a first-time
There’s an indescribable connection Extension, Santa Cruz. 246-1513. $10. collaboration between two of the Bay Area’s most influential electronic music producers, it’ll be
between a person who dares defy physics one for the books. There will be live music acts, DJs, four stages with state-of-the-art Funktion
WORLD HARMONY CHORUS Everyone is One sound systems, fire dancers, roaming characters, and, of course, a costume contest.
to harness the power of a natural force and
welcome, there are no auditions and no singing
the force itself. For surfers, it’s bloodlines. It
experience is necessary. All parts are taught by Info: 8 p.m.-1 a.m. The Catalyst Nightclub, 1011 Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz.
comes from the old rugged Basque coast
ear, and musical transcriptions are provided. 7 catalystclub.com. $20-$50.
by oar and surfboard shaper Patxi Oliden p.m. Louden Nelson Community Center, 301
to the sprawling reaches of San Francisco Center St., Santa Cruz. 650-517-3972.
and Apple designer Thomas Meyerhoffer.
HEALTH LIVING FOR YOUR BRAIN AND
The documentary Surfers’ Blood takes DOWNTOWN SANTA CRUZ FARMERS Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz. 426-9930. Free.
BODY For centuries we’ve know that the health
the viewer further through hydrodynamic MARKET In addition to a large variety of farm
of the brain and the body are connected. But
surfboards with curator Richard Kenvin products, this market offers a great selection
to a near-fatal meth addiction suffered by
now, science is able to provide insights into how
to make lifestyle choices that may help you of local artisan foodstuffs, delicious baked
OUTDOOR
three-time Mavericks champion Darryl keep your brain and body healthy as you age. goods, and lots of options for lunch and QUAIL HOLLOW BIRDING WALK Join Park
“Flea” Virostko. Filmmaker Patrick Trefz 10:30 a.m.-Noon. Live Oak Senior Center, 1777 dinner. 1:30 p.m. Cedar and Lincoln streets, Naturalist Christian Schwarz for a stroll
lives and works in Santa Cruz and has Capitola Road, Santa Cruz. 476-3272. Free. Santa Cruz. 454-0566. around the pond, meadows, and forest of
produced widely acclaimed feature-length this park while we look for feathered critters.
COMEDY NIGHT AT ROSIE MCCANN’S It’s Suitable for both beginners and more
documentaries Thread and Idiosyncrasies.
FOOD & WINE Wednesday again, so that means another experienced birdwatchers - bring binoculars
Info: 7 p.m., Friday, Oct. 28. Rio Theatre, TRIVIA NIGHT Trivia night at 99 bottles. 21 night of comedy at Rosie McCann’s Irish Pub if you have them, or borrow one of our loaner
1205 Soquel Ave., Santa Cruz. $10. and up. 8 p.m. 110 Walnut Ave., Santa Cruz. & Restaurant in Santa Cruz. Come join us pairs. 8-11 a.m. Quail Hollow Ranch, 800 Quail
36 459-9999. for $2 beers and some laughs. 9 p.m. 1220 Hollow Road, Felton. Free.
CALENDAR

THURSDAY 10/27 Highlands Park Senior Center, 8500 Hwy. 9,


Ben Lomond. 336-8900. Free.

ARTS BOOK READING Join authors Becky and Dena


Taylor for a reading of their novel "Tell me the
STORYTIME Join us for storytime. Free with
number before infinity: The story of a girl with a
museum admission and for MOD Members.
quirky mind, an eccentric family, and oh yes. a
10:30-11 a.m. Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of
disability". Reading will take place in the Cabrillo
Discovery. 888-424-8035. Free.
Bookstore. 3 p.m. 6500 Soquel Drive, Santa
THURSDAY ART MARKET Check out Cruz. 479-5012. Free.
the new Thursday Art Market with live
music, demonstrations from artists across
mediums, featured loft artists, and food
HEALTH
from Jonathan Parvis’ Dead Cow BBQ. New ARM-IN-ARM CANCER SUPPORT GROUP2
features and performers every week. 3-6 For women with advanced, recurrent and
p.m. The Tannery Arts Center, 1050 River St., metastatic cancers. Registration required.
Santa Cruz. 621-6226. 12:30-2 p.m. WomenCARE 457-2273. Free.

NO PLACE LIKE HOME The event will


launch the findings from the multimedia FRIDAY 10/28
research project “No Place Like Home.”
Students and community members will ARTS
share their stories, testimonies, and art on
STORYTIME Free with museum admission
the challenges of creating a sense of “home”
and for MOD Members. 10:30-11 a.m. Santa
during a housing crisis. 7-9 p.m. Santa Cruz
Cruz Children’s Museum of Discovery. 888-
Museum of Art & History, 705 Front St.,
424-8035. Free.
Santa Cruz. 429-1964. Free.
SENSORY PLAY Join us in the MOD Workshop
for this new weekly class exploring sensory
CLASSES play activities. Messy sensory play gives young
BEGINNING NOSE WORK CLASS FOR children endless ways to develop and learn,
DOGS 6 week class, 1 hour per week. Nose while using all their senses for creative thinking.
Work is a scent detection training activity that 3-3:30 p.m. Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of
helps a dog gain confidence and allows dogs Discovery. 888-424-8035. Free with admission.
to use their mind, muscles and that amazing
BASH: LATTERDAY PLAYS What separates
sense of smell. 6:30 p.m. 8022 Soquel Drive,
perfectly decent people from monsters? In Neil
Aptos. 601-2458. $155.
LaBute’s bash: latterday plays, the answer is just

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a few thoughts. 8 p.m. Broadway Playhouse, 526
FOOD & WINE Broadway, Santa Cruz. 425-9378. $18.

TRIVIA NIGHT This festive event brings THIRD FRIDAY Every third Friday of the month,
together trivia aficionados, boneheads and the the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History
chic geek for a night of boisterous fun. 8:30 p.m. connects diverse local organizations, artists,
Woodstock’s Pizza, 710 Front St., Santa Cruz. and visitors around a specific theme in Santa
427-4444. Cruz arts and culture. 6-9 p.m. 705 Front St.,
Santa Cruz. 429-1964. Free.

GROUPS HALLOWEEN ESCAPE ROOM Count's


Conundrum is EXIT Santa Cruz's third pop-up
UNDEREARNERS ANONYMOUS UA is
escape room. Escape rooms are live action
a 12-Step fellowship of people who have
games where you and a group have to find
come together to help one another recover
clues and solve puzzles to escape. It's like a
from underearning. 5:30 p.m. The Abbey
haunted house and murder mystery game
Coffee Shop, 350 Mission St., Santa Cruz.
combined. 7 p.m. 111 Errett Circle, Santa Cruz.
underearnersanonymous.org. Free.
440-8546. $20.
SLV CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP
Caregiving for family members can be stressful.
Come share your questions and tips with
CLASSES
other caregivers in the San Lorenzo Valley on CHAIR YOGA WITH SUZI Instructor Suzi
second and fourth Thursdays monthly. Special Mahler, CMT NE will guide you through a
programs for caregivers available. 2-3:30 p.m. series of gentle seated yoga postures >38 37
CALENDAR

HEALTH to planting and harvesting tricks of the trade.


10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. UCSC Hay Barn, 306 Ranch
VITAMIN B12 FRIDAY Receiving B12 via View Road, Santa Cruz. 459-3240. $15.
injection means that people can increase their
energy. B12 Fridays are a fun time for people
to meet and mingle. 3-6 p.m. Thrive Natural FOOD & WINE
Medicine, 2840 Park Ave., Soquel. 515-8699. APTOS FARMERS MARKET AT CABRILLO
COLLEGE Voted Good Times best farmers
SATURDAY 10/29 market in Santa Cruz County. With more than
90 vendors, the Aptos Farmers Market offers an
unmatched selection of locally grown produce
ARTS and specialty foods. 8 a.m.-Noon, Saturdays,
TINKER TIME Come join us for Tinker Time, Cabrillo College. montereybayfarmers.org or
an open-art hour for kids to learn and explore akeller@montereybayfarmers.org. Free.
through art. 1-2 p.m. Santa Cruz Children’s
Museum of Discovery. 888-424-8035. Free with WESTSIDE FARMERS MARKET The Westside
admission. Farmers Market takes place every week at the
corner of Highway 1 and Western Drive, situated
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DANCE The Tannery on the northern edge of Santa Cruz’s greenbelt.
World Dance & Cultural Center once again This market serves the communities of the
brings Santa Cruz THE Halloween BASH through west-end of Santa Cruz including Boony Doon,
dance performance, costume ball, music,
SATURDAY 10/29 theater, world fusion & dance culture. 7-11 p.m.
North Coast, UCSC Campus and is a short trip
from downtown. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mission Street
1060 RIver St. #111, Santa Cruz. 227-6770. $15. and Western Drive, Santa Cruz. 454-0566.
20TH WOMENCARE ANNUAL STRIKE
HALLOWEEN AND MASK MAKING
OUT AGAINST CANCER BOWLATHON FESTIVAL Kick off Halloween weekend with the
SCOTTS VALLEY FARMERS MARKET Started
in 2009 with the City of Scotts Valley, the
One out of every four deaths in the United States is from cancer. It’s a brazen, relentless annual Halloween and Mask Making Festival at market represents farmers and specialty food
disease that seems inescapable in today’s world. But, there are small ways that we can make the Louden Nelson Community Center! This purveyors along with cooked-to-order food. This
dents in the war against it—ways that are fun, too. Grab four of your favorite people, join an year’s theme is Haunted Hollywood. Walk the local market is the place for the Scotts Valley
existing team or sign up as a single bowler to join in on the fight against cancer with the 20th “blood” red carpet as you pose for the bone community to get their fill of fresh, healthy,
WomenCARE Annual Strike Out Against Cancer Bowlathon. Shoes and refreshments will be rattling paparazzi. Noon-4 p.m. Louden Nelson locally grown fruits and vegetables. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
provided to participants and the team with the highest donation total will win a prize basket Community Center, 301 Center St., Santa Cruz. 360, Kings Valley Road, Scotts Valley. 454-0566.
with gift certificates from a variety of local business, trophies, and more. Additional trophies will 420-6177. Free.
be awarded for highest score, individual players, etc. MUSEUM OF THE MACABRE Come in
costume and explore the mysteries of the
Info: 1-5:15 p.m., Boardwalk Bowl, 115 Cliff St., Santa Cruz. bowlathon.net/event/strike_ CLASSES Museum after dark. Imbibe on cauldron-
out_against_cancer_2016. 457-2273. APPLE BUTTER AND JAM MAKING concocted cocktails, feast on freakish foods,
WORKSHOP Learn how to make easy and celebrate the curious and the macabre
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and delicious apple butter and seasonal at the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History.
<37 that are performed slowly and with of organic toppings for their treats, and enjoy fall jam using natural sweeteners. Class 21 and up. 6-9 p.m. 1305 E. Cliff Drive, Santa
breath awareness. 9:30 a.m. California Grey homemade ginger soda. 6-8 p.m. 1101 Fair Ave., covers equipment, ingredients, canning Cruz. 420-6115. $10.
Bears, 2710 Chanticleer Ave., Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz. 464-7748. $25. methods and storage. Take home two jars
479-1055. $5. of your own creation. 2-4:30 p.m. New Leaf
Community Market, 1101 Fair Ave., Santa
GROUPS
ARGENTINE TANGO DANCING Tango open FOOD & WINE Cruz. 426-1306. $25. SANTA CRUZ LGBTQ YOUTH MEET-UP Are
dancing. 8-11 p.m. Tannery World Dance and you an LGBTQ youth between the ages of 12-18
WATSONVILLE FARMERS MARKET This
Cultural Center, 1060 River St., Santa Cruz. KIDS INSECT & BUG IDENTIFYING who wants to join a welcoming community?
market is in the heart of the famously bountiful
For info on beginners classes please contact WORKSHOP Ever look at a bug and wonder Join our dynamic team of youth from the
Pajaro Valley. Peaceful and family-oriented, the
tangoalternativo@gmail.com. $10/$8/$5. what it is? It could be this one, or that one Santa Cruz County. Bring yourself or bring a
Hispanic heritage of this community gives this
... how do you know the difference? Join friend. 1-3:30 p.m. 1117 Soquel Ave., Santa Cruz.
FREE TEEN YOGA (13-17) Teens welcome market a “mercado” feel. 2-7 p.m. 200 Main St., us at McShane’s Nursery & Landscape
Watsonville. diversitycenter.org. Free.
at the Santa Cruz Teen Center in the Louden Supply for a fun kids workshop and learn
Nelson Community Center for free yoga. how to identify insects and bugs. 1:30 FALL BOOK SALE Come check out our annual
THE 2016 MOUNTAIN AFFAIR, BENEFITING
Stretch, strengthen, and relax. 4:30-5:30 p.m. p.m. 155 Monterey Salinas Hwy., Salinas. Fall Book Sale! With over 10,000 books to
MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY RESOURCES The
301 Center St., Santa Cruz. stephaniembain@ mcshanesnursery.com. Free. choose from, it’s almost impossible to leave
Mountain Affair will feature local drinks and
gmail.com. Free. without finding treasure. Other items for sale
appetizers, program tours through the eyes GROW GREAT GARLIC! CULTIVATING include CDs, audio books, DVDs, and more.
CANDY APPLE & MARSHMALLOW MAKING of the people it serves, a fund-a-need auction ORGANIC GARLIC IN THE HOME GARDEN Members only—become a member at fscpl.org.
WORKSHOP Drop your kids off for this benefiting families in the San Lorenzo Valley, Led by Sandhill Farms garlic grower Pete 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, 307
two hour class and they'll have fun making and live music by The Pep Boys. 6-9 p.m. Rasmussen, this workshop will include in-depth Church St., Santa Cruz. fscpl.org. $3/$1.
marshmallows and candy apples in spirit of Mountain Community Resources, 6134 Hwy. 9, discussions of all aspects of growing great
38 Halloween. Kids will choose from an assortment Felton. communitybridges.org/mcr. $35. garlic, from soil preparation and seed selection, SANTA CRUZ DERBY GIRLS HOME TEAM
CALENDAR

SATURDAY 10/29 - SUNDAY 10/30


BIRCHBARK FUNDRAISER
Love wine? Love dogs? Have we got the perfect event for you: pack up your picnic basket and
get on up to the beautiful redwood groves of Beauregard Vineyards to celebrate the unveiling
of Bacchus’s BirchBark Blend on Oct. 29 and 30. It’s not just a grapey delight—this red blend is
specially made to help four-legged friends everywhere. One-hundred percent of the proceeds
of the BirchBark Blend will go to BirchBark Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to DESIGNER TRUNK SHOW *MEET THE ARTIST*
saving the lives of pets in loving homes by giving financial assistance to those who cannot pay FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11 & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12
for their care in the event of a life-threatening injury or condition. COME TALK WITH LIKA AND VIEW HER GORGEOUS JEWELRY CREATIONS!

Info: Noon-3 p.m., Beauregard Vineyards, 10 Pine Flat Road, Santa Cruz. 425-7777.
bit.ly/2dfPZcC. Free.

CHAMPIONSHIP It's the final game of the p.m. Cabrillo Samper Recital Hall, 6500 Soquel 1320 PACIFIC AVENUE • DOWNTOWN SANTA CRUZ
2016 Santa Cruz Derby Girls' season and it's Drive, Aptos. 479-6154. $45. 831.423.4100 | DELLWILLIAMS.COM

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a double-header. Watch our junior skaters, the
Santa Cruz Derby Groms. Then stay to see the
Redwood Rebels, undefeated this season, take OUTDOOR
on the last year's home team champions, the O'NEILL HALLOWEEN FREAKSHOW
Steamer Janes. 6:30 p.m. 307 Church St., Santa SURF COMPETITION The O'Neill Halloween
Cruz. 331-7622. $16. Freakshow is a surf competition taking place at
20TH ANNUAL STRIKE OUT AGAINST Steamer Lane. This contest will consist of 64
CANCER We will be hosting our 20th annual surfers battling through elimination heats for a
Strike Out Against Cancer bowling benefit at chance to collect their prize out of the $2500
the Boardwalk Bowl. Let’s make this our most prize purse. 7 a.m. W. Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz.
successful year yet. With your participation, we us.oneill.com/blog. Free.
can do it. 1 p.m. Boardwalk Bowl, 115 Cliff St.,
Santa Cruz. 457-2273. Free.
SPIRITUAL Come in for
MUSIC
MEDICINE BUDDHA PRACTICE GUIDED Halloween and
MEDITATION Sessions include recitation of Dia de los Muertos!
AN EVENING WITH CONCERTMASTER traditional Tibetan Buddhist prayers and the
NIGEL ARMSTRONG Our new season is Medicine Buddha mantra, as well as some UNIQUE ORIGINAL MERMAID DESIGNS
HOURS: MON-FRI 9-5PM, SAT 12-4PM
underway. This season, an incredibly talented quiet meditation. 9:30-10:45 a.m. Land of In-House Screen Printed and Embroidered Instagram.com/Mermaid_Areli
violinist, Nigel Armstrong, will join us at the Medicine Buddha, 5800 Prescott Road, Clothing, Hats, Home Decor Etsy.com/shop/SantaCruzMermaidShop
Santa Cruz Symphony and we are thrilled to Soquel. 462-8383. Donation. “Shell” Phone: (831) 345-3162 • 718 Soquel Ave., Santa Cruz Facebook.com/SantaCruzMermaidShop
have him as our new concertmaster. 7:30-9:30 >40 39
CALENDAR

CLASSES TRIYOGA LEVEL 1 YOGA CLASS Enjoy the


wealth of TriYoga. Taught by Terri Richards.
GOOD MORNING WORKOUT Get your juices 9:30 a.m. 708 Washington St., Santa Cruz.
flowing. Enjoy the music and get fit at the same 464-8100. $15.
time. You’ll learn movement, patterns, style,
and technique in a welcoming environment. No MEDITATION AND DIALOGUE SOQUEL
partners needed. Drop-ins are welcome. 9-10 Discover yourself through direct insight with
a.m. The Tannery, 1060 River St., Suite #111, Meditation and Dialogue Soquel. Dialogue is an
Santa Cruz. Cesario. $7/$5. opportunity to bring meditative awareness into
our verbal communication process. 7:15-9 p.m.
SWING DANCING EVERY SUNDAY Come join Shelly’s Fitness, 4845 Soquel Drive, Santa Cruz.
Swing Set Lounge every Sunday for all things 585-278-0080.
swing. Lessons and social dancing. Snacks
provided. All ages welcome. No partner needed.
No experience necessary. 6-10 p.m. 1122 Soquel SPIRITUAL
Ave., Santa Cruz. 471-8142. $10.
MONDAY DROP-IN MEDITATION Led by
Venerable Yangchen and Venerable Gyalten.
FOOD & WINE Basic meditation instruction and practice. One
session of mindfulness meditation, followed by
LIVE COMEDY AT THE CROW’S NEST guided reflection meditation. 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Crow’s Nest features live comedy, with talent Land of Medicine Buddha, 5800 Prescott Road,
from the national circuit, every Sunday night Soquel. 462-8383. Donation.
SUNDAY 10/30 year-round. 21 and up. 2218 E. Cliff Drive,
Santa Cruz. 476-4560. $7.
HALLOWEEN COSTUME TOBY GRAY AT THE PONO Acoustic sweet
TUESDAY 11/1
CONTRA DANCE classic favorites and jammin’ originals at the
downtown Santa Cruz Oasis. 1:30-4:30 p.m.
ARTS
Stumbling downtown with the masses on Halloween not your thing? No fear, the Traditional
Dancers of Santa Cruz will present a special Halloween contra dance with live music, a 120 Union St., Santa Cruz. 426-7666. Free. STORYTIME Join us for Storytime. Free with
costume contest, decorations and snacks. Contra dance is a traditional New England style of museum admission and for MOD Members.
BEER, BRATS, BLUES & BOOS The Vinny 10:30-11 a.m. Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of
folk dancing in which dance is taught and prompted by a caller—it’s high-energy, creative and
Johnson Band will be playing funked up Discovery. 888-424-8035. Free with admission.
playful, the perfect Halloween weekend outing without all the heart-stopping fear antics. No
blues and soul. A spookily adult costume
experience or partner required. A free beginners lesson begins at 5:40 p.m.
contest – with PRIZES. Local craft beer.
Info: 6-9 p.m., Veteran’s Memorial Building, 846 Front St., Santa Cruz. santacruzdance.org. Oktoberfest inspired menu. 3-6 p.m. FOOD & WINE
Chaminade Resort & Spa, 1 Chaminade
FELTON FARMERS MARKET The Felton
Lane, Santa Cruz. 475-5600. $40.
Farmers Market started in 1987 and is the
<39 ZEN MEDITATION & LIFE How and Sunday in downtown Santa Cruz: Cooking
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second oldest market in Santa Cruz County.


do you practice equanimity, kindness and
compassion? Four classes on The Awakened
from noon-3 p.m, 418 Front St., Santa Cruz. 515-
8234. Serving from 4-6 p.m. at the Post Office,
MONDAY 10/31 In 2009, SCCFM took over operations and
has since increased the variety of certified
Mind & Heart. Meditation 8:30 a.m. Class and 840 Front St., Santa Cruz.
tea: 9-10:30 a.m. Ocean Gate Zen Center, 920 ARTS organic fruits and vegetables, artisan foods
and implemented the EBT/SNAP benefit
41st Ave., Capitola. 8:30-10:30 a.m. 920 41st MAKE ART MONDAY Explore the creative
Ave., Suite B, Capitola. info@oceangatezen.org. SUNDAY 10/30 human expression of objects through the use
program. 2:30-6:30 p.m. 120 Russell Ave.,
Felton. 454-0566.
Donation. of varied artistic mediums. Children will paint,
ARTS sketch, sculpt, design, and assemble as they TRIVIA NIGHT Trivia Night at New Bohemia
VOLUNTEER THE SANTA CRUZ OLDIES BUT GOODIES
make new discoveries and are delighted by art Brewing Company every Tuesday. 21 and up.
6 p.m. 1030 41st Ave., Santa Cruz. nubobrew.
and science. 3-3:30 p.m. Santa Cruz Children’s
ANIMAL SHELTER RELIEF RESCUE RADIO SHOW A new old radio show is com/events. Free.
Museum of Discovery. 888-424-8035. Free with
ADOPTION FAIR Come meet some adorable debuting on KSCO. For those who remember admission or membership.
animals who are looking for their forever Santa Cruz in the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, the show
homes! Animal Shelter Relief rescues cats and will feature a variety of guests. 6 p.m. KSCO OUTDOORS
dogs from high-risk situations in Santa Cruz 1080 AM. 475-1080. CLASSES QUAIL HOLLOW RANCH BIRDING WALK Join
and the surrounding areas. Our ultimate goal is
JAZZ: BEGINNING JAZZ FOR ADULTS An Park Naturalist Christian Schwarz for a stroll
to reduce euthanasia numbers at local shelters. HALLOWEEN COSTUME CONTRA DANCE
introductory study in classic American jazz around the pond, meadows, and forest of this
Noon. PetSmart, 490 River St., Santa Cruz. Join us in a special Halloween dance as contra choreography and technique. This class begins park while we look for feathered critters. Suitable
animalshelterrelief.org. dancers return to the Veterans Memorial Hall with placement, strength and an emphasis for both beginners and more experienced
VOLUNTEER TO FEED THE HUNGRY WITH in downtown Santa Cruz. Dress up. Costume on turns, kicks and jumps. 1:30-2:30 p.m. birdwatchers - bring binoculars if you have them,
FOOD NOT BOMBS We need help sharing contest. Potluck snacks. 6-9 p.m. 846 Front St., International Academy of Dance Santa Cruz. or borrow one of our loaner pairs. 8-11 a.m. 800
40 vegan meals with the hungry every Saturday Santa Cruz. 454-0478. $8. info@iadance.com. $10. Quail Hollow Road, Felton. Free.
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LOVE YOUR
LOCAL
BAND
TREEHERDER
Every band is scared at their first show.
But a year ago, when local doom metal
band Treeherder first set foot on stage,
they had a little more reason to be
nervous. Their set consisted of one
single 28-minute-long song.
“We wanted to come out with a bang.
We were all really nervous at first. I think
once we got a couple minutes into it and
we started shaking out the butterflies,
we just let it flow from there. It was a
really fun experience,” says bassist/
vocalist Austin DeMars.
The members had worked on the song
for a long time. In fact, it was the reason PORTUGAL THE MAN
the group formed. Guitarist/vocalist
Aaron Hernandez had been writing the
song on his own for nearly a year before
he had considered putting a band WEDNESDAY 10/26 Donald Fagen’s album Morph the Cat
and jazz heads through his collabora-
droogs, while musically it’s strictly fun,
light-hearted, hook-laden, middle-fin-
together. Once he got together with INDIE ROCK tion with saxophonist Chris Potter on ger-to-the-establishment punk rock. It
DeMars and drummer Dominic Aiello, Underground. But he’d already earned was one of the biggest punk groups in
they devoted several more months to PORTUGAL a devoted following on the New York its day. By the ’80s, the band got picked
getting it right. They recorded it as their THE MAN scene over the previous decade with up by Sire, changing its name to the less
offensive ADX. That relationship didn’t
demo, in a single take. his audacious improvisational flights,
The last time I saw Portugal the Man
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personal harmonic vocabulary and last, but the Adicts did, and they’re still
“I had a pretty general idea of what perform, my friend and some random rocking out. AARON CARNES
command of intricate metric struc-
I wanted the outcome to be, and 6-foot-3 guy standing in front of me
tures. Building on Good Piranha, Bad INFO: 9 p.m. Catalyst, 1011 Pacific Ave.,
the sound I wanted it to go for. Don both fainted within seconds of each
Piranha, his jaw-dropping 2014 album Santa Cruz. $20. 429-4135.
and Austin were perfect for that. It other during the first song. This was
covering unlikely pop tunes, he plays
2011, when the band was touring their
clicked when we first jammed. We Santa Cruz as part of his Undercover
most psychedelic album—we were
just knew we had to keep going with
it,” says Hernandez.
standing dangerously close to a fog
Pop Tour, deconstructing songs by
artists like Bob Dylan and Talking
FRIDAY 10/28
machine, the Fillmore was sweaty and ROOTS
Heads, Mos Def and Prince, Jethro
After playing a couple of shows with packed, and the show had started with
Tull and Talib Kweli. ANDREW GILBERT
only their one song, they started to write a screening of a surreal, 13 minute-long COFFIS BROTHERS
more and diversify their set. Their new film. PTM pulls out all the stops when INFO: 7 p.m. Kuumbwa Jazz, 320-2 Cedar St.,
This Halloween weekend, the Coffis
material isn’t quite as long, but averages it comes to visual performance art; the Santa Cruz. $25/adv, $30/door. 427-2227.
Brothers & the Mountain Men present a
about 15-20 minutes. Their shortest band recently collaborated with Yoko “Monster Mash” party and costume par-
Ono, and is now touring Evil Friends, the
song is eight minutes.
outfit’s eighth album. KATIE SMALL THURSDAY 10/27 ty. One of the area’s finest roots outfits,
the band, which hails from the Santa
A full-length is the next item on the INFO: 9 p.m. Catalyst, 1011 Pacific Ave., Cruz Mountains and is led by brothers
agenda for the group. They say all they
PUNK
Santa Cruz. $30. 429-4135. Jamie and Kellen, plays pop-infused
need now is one more song, and they’ll THE ADICTS roots and folk music inspired by a child-
be ready to record. Of course, it could hood spent listening to classic rockers,
JAZZ Ever wondered what “droogs” in A Clock-
take a while to write. AARON CARNES work Orange would sound like if they including Tom Petty, Neil Young, and
INFO: 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26. Blue WAYNE KRANTZ formed a band? It’s hard to say for sure, the Beatles. Proceeds benefit Monarch
Lagoon, 923 Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz. Guitarist Wayne Krantz had some- but my best guess is England’s first- Community School. CAT JOHNSON
$5. 423-7117. thing of a breakout year in 2006, wave punk band the Adicts. The group INFO: 7:30 p.m. Kuumbwa Jazz, 320-2 Cedar
42 impressing rock fans with his work on is actually best known for dressing as St., Santa Cruz. $12/adv, $15/door. 427-2227.
MUSIC

BE OUR GUEST
TROMBONE
SHORTY &
ORLEANS
AVENUE
I once saw Trombone Shorty hold
a note for about 15 minutes—and
I’m not even kidding. He was doing
some type of circular breathing that
had the San Jose Jazz Summerfest
audience picking its jaws up off the
grass. A celebrated trombonist who
is the toast of New Orleans and one
of a new generation of ambassadors
for Crescent City jazz, soul and funk,
Trombone Shorty masterfully infuses
STOLAR fresh energy and flavor into a classic
sound while paying deep respect to the
style’s roots. CAT JOHNSON
INFO: 9 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12.
PSYCH-GARAGE jaying—a combination of deejaying Band and the David Grisman Quintet,
Catalyst, 1011 Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz.
and singing—with conscious lyrics this band showcases the acoustic coun-
MYSTIC BRAVES focused on education, tolerance, and terpoint to one of rock music’s late,
$35/adv, $38/door. 423-1338. WANT
TO GO? Go to santacruz.com/give-
If it’s not obvious what kind of music the “upliftment” of women. Saturday great heroes. Saturday sees the band
aways before 11 a.m. on Wednesday,
a band calling itself “Mystic Braves” is an album release party for his new hosting a Halloween Extravaganza. CJ
Nov. 9 to find out how you could win a
would play, please refer to the title of full-length album Rootz Warrior. Online INFO: 8:30 p.m. Don Quixote’s, 6275 Hwy. 9, pair of tickets to the show.
the band’s latest LP, Days of Yesteryear. pre-sale tickets include a copy of the Felton. $15. 335-2800.

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Yes, this is clearly music of the retro book On the Road with Bob Marley by
variety. Specifically, the ’60s Sum- Mark Miller. CJ
mer of Love. Think of the Monterey INFO: 9 p.m. Moe’s Alley, 1535 Commercial SUNDAY 10/30
Pop Festival and imagine a conglom-
eration of every single band on the
Way, Santa Cruz. $15/adv, $20/door. 479-1854.
POP
IN THE QUEUE
lineup mashed into one single groovy,
psychedelic rock band—with an extra
ROOTS/ROCK STOLAR LEDWARD KAAPANA
Hawaiian slack key guitar master.
New York-based Stolar isn’t a household
helping of the Doors’ Ray Manzarek’s
signature organ sound. AC
PAINTED pop star, but he writes songs like he is.
Wednesday at Don Quixote’s

INFO: 9 p.m. Don Quixote’s, 6275 Hwy. 9,


MANDOLIN These are big anthemic, spine-tingling CHAD & JEREMY
Painted Mandolin is a Jerry Garcia ear worms. And just like the best of pop Legendary British folk-pop duo.
Felton. $15. 335-2800. music, he colors outside of the genre Thursday at Kuumbwa
tribute band that celebrates Garcia’s
acoustic side as it takes on tunes from lines with elements of R&B, rock, and
HALLOWEEN
soul. Last year, he wrote and released
SATURDAY 10/29 his early jug band days, his time with
Old and in the Way, the rootsier side of the inspirational tune “My Own Way.”
FREAKERS BALL
Doc Martin, Jeno, Dimond Saints,
REGGAE the Grateful Dead and the hot-picking This isn’t his only song with a positive Giraffage and more. Friday and
of the Garcia Grisman Band. Compris- message—he’s also been outspoken Saturday at Catalyst
WARRIOR KING ing guitarist Matt Hartle of Spirit of 76, about the power of mental health in his
STEVEN GRAVES BAND
Warrior King is a Jamaican-born China Cats, and Shady Groove; guitarist music. This is the ideal time to see him,
as word is that Stolar might be releas- Socially conscious, Santa Cruz-based
reggae star who started his career Larry Graff of the Banana Slug String roots outfit. Sunday at Kuumbwa
performing in local talent shows. By Band and Slugs n’ Roses; bassist Roger ing some music on a major label soon.
2001, he had become a chart-topping Sideman of China Cats; and David Gans Local rock-pop extraordinaire Henry SAMBADÁ
standout of the genre with his hit song and Sycamore Slough String Band, and Chadwick shares the bill. AC Halloween dance party with local
“Virtuous Woman.” A social justice celebrated violinist and mandolin play- INFO: 8:30 p.m. Moe’s Alley, 1535 Commercial favorite. Monday at Moe’s Alley
advocate, Warrior King blends sing- er Joe Craven of the Garcia Grisman Way. Santa Cruz. $9/adv, $12/door. 479-1854. 43
Wednesday October 26th 8:30pm $7/10
Rock & Soul Double Bill

MOONDOG
LIVE MUSIC
MATINEE + WED 10/26 THU 10/27 FRI 10/28 SAT 10/29 SUN 10/30 MON 10/31 TUE 11/1
THE REDLIGHT THE APPLETON GRILL Open Mic Tijuana No, La Misa
Backyard Blues,
Jake Nielsen
Corridos y Carne Halloween Party

DISTRICT
410 Rodriguez St, Watsonville Free 7:30p Negra 9p Asada 8p 8p
8p
APTOS ST. BBQ Al Frisby Preacher Boy Shane Dwight Lloyd Whitney 1-5p Broken Shades Rob Vye
Thursday October 27th 9pm $25/30 8059 Aptos St, Aptos 6-8p 6-8p 6-8p Chris James 6-8p 6-8p 6-8p
Jamaican Reggae Favorite Returns AQUARIUS RESTAURANT
Minor Thirds Trio Minor Thirds Trio
ANTHONY B + Santa Cruz Dream Inn
175 W Cliff Dr, Santa Cruz
6:30-9:30p 7-10p

YESHUA & THE HIGHTONES BAYVIEW HOTEL Live Jazz & Wine Tasting Salsa Bahia
DJ
Tango Ecstasy
8041 Soquel Dr, Aptos 6-9p 6-9p 6-9:30p
Friday October 28th 9pm $9/12 Blue Lagoonies The Frogman Haunted
Latin Dance Party Double Bill BLUE LAGOON Deathmonk,
Comedy Night/80s
SugarBeats, LabRat,
Carnival, Light the Band
The Box (Goth Night) Halloween at the Blue

BROKEN ENGLISH
923 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz Sludgebucket $5 9p Rudeskool $5 9p 9p Lagoon 9p
Night Free 8:30p $8 9p

+ FLOR DE CAÑA
BOARDWALK BOWL Karaoke 5 O’Clock Condition Karaoke Karaoke
115 Cliff St, Santa Cruz 8p-Close 9-11:45p 8p-Close 8p-Close
Swing Dance $5 Debauchery at Boccis,
BOCCI’S CELLAR Open Mic Funk Night Roadhouse Karaoke Jazz Society of SC Harry & the Hitmen, Digisaurus
Saturday October 29th 9pm $15/20 140 Encinal St, Santa Cruz Free 8p Free 8p
5:30p The Do Rights Ocraven & guests $10
Donation 3:30p Disiac $14 9p Free 8p
Reggae CD Release Party For “Rootz Warrior” Burlesque $10 9p 7:30p

WARRIOR KING BRITANNIA ARMS


110 Monterey Ave, Capitola
Karaoke
9p
Karaoke
9p

+ DUB NATION CASA SORRENTO DJ Luna


393 Salinas St, Salinas 9p
Sunday October 30th 8:30pm $9/12
Rock/Soul/Pop Double Bill CATALYST Portugal. The Man The Adicts Freaker’s Ball Freaker’s Ball Trapt Zeds Dead The Struts

STOLAR + 1011 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz $30 8p $20 8p $30/$50 8p $30/$50 8p $15/$20 7p $35 7p $16/$18 7p

HENRY CHADWICK
CATALYST ATRIUM Eisley Echos Balance and The Last Ten Seconds Locksmith
1011 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz $15/$17 7:30p $10 8:30p Composure $16/$18 8p of Life $12/$14 7p $10/$20 8:30p
Steve’s Kitchen
Monday October 31st 9pm $15/20 CAVA WINE BAR
Jazz Ensemble
Alex Lucero Aqua Cats Christopher Drury Christopher Drury
Halloween Dance Party 115 San Jose Ave, Capitola 6:30-9:30p 6:30-9:30p 6:30-9:30p 6:30-9:30p
6:30-9:30p
w/ Costume Contest & Prizes

SAMBADÁ
Wednesday November 2nd 8:30pm $9/12
NYC Dirty Funk Quartet Debuts Moe’s

TAUK + 7 come 11
International Music Hall and Restaurant
November 3rd PRESSURE BUSSPIPE FINE MEXICAN AND AMERICAN FOOD OPEN LATE
November 4th SOUTHERN CULTURE ALL YOU CAN EAT LUNCH BUFFET M-F $7.95
Wed Ledward Kaapana plus Fran Guidry EVERY NIGHT!
ON THE SKIDS Oct 26 $17 adv./$20 door <21 w/parent 7:30pm wednesday 10/26
November 5th WILD REEDS + STEEP RAVINE
PLEASE THE TREES
Thur Vaud & The Villains
Oct 27
November 6th COMMANDER CODY & 19 Piece 1930’s New Orleans
HIS WESTERN AIRMEN Orchestra & Cabaret Show (from PRAGUE)
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$17 adv./$20 door 21 + 7:30pm w / YOUNG MOON


November 9th SISTER NANCY + KING SCHASCHA Advance Tickets at www.ticketweb.com
Fri Mystic Braves Doors 8pm/Show 9pm $12 Adv $15 Door
November 10th INSPECTOR + LOS CALIGARIS Oct 28
$15 adv./$15 door 21 + 9pm
November 11th MISS LONELY HEARTS, MCCOY thursday 10/27
Sat HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA
TYLER, NAKED BOOTLEGGERS
November 12th SEAN HAYES
Oct 29
Painted Mandolin
ACOUSTIC JERRY GARCIA with Joe Craven,
DREAMING GHOSTS
Matt Hartle, Larry Graff, Roger Sideman w / RAINBOW GIRLS
November 13th COCO MONTOYA (Afternoon) COSTUME CONTEST: First prize $100 cash for
Doors 8pm/Show 9pm $10 Door

November 13th SCOTT PEMBERTON (Eve) Best Costume and prizes for Scariest, Most Colorful, friday 10/28
Sexiest and Best Grateful Dead related costume
November 15th YARN + JERRY JOSEPH
November 16th FRONT COUNTRY
$15 adv./$15 door Children Under 3 Free
<21 w/parent 8:30pm
SUGAR CANDY MOUNTAIN
+ CROW & THE CANYON Sun
w / WATERGATE SANDALS
Oct 30 A Celebration of Joni Mitchell featuring w / HALF STACK
November 17th ROGER CLYNE DUO Kimberly Ford 2pm Matinee Doors 8:30pm/Show 9pm $10 Door
$12 adv./$15 door <21 w/parent 2pm
November 18th THE ENGLISH BEAT saturday 10/29
Sun Daniel Champagne 7pm Concert
November 19th MICHAEL ROSE
November 20th DIRTWIRE
Oct 30
Australian Show-stopping Guitar Phenom
$10 adv. / $10 door <21 w/parent 7pm
THE JOLLY LLAMAS
w / GETAWAY DOGS
(David Satori of Beats Antique) COMING RIGHT UP
w / NEW SPELL
November 23rd THE CHINA CATS Thu. Nov. 3 Gypsy Soul Doors 8:30pm/Show 9pm $8 Door
($5 with a costume on!)
November 25th HARRISON STAFFORD of Fri. Nov. 4 Glen Phillips Frontman of Toad The Wet Sprocket
monday 10/31
Sun. Nov. 6 Gary Blackburn plus UTURN 1pm matinee
GROUNDATION
November 26th KYLE GASS BAND
Sun. Nov. 6 The Lonely Heartstring Band 7pm Concert halloween night
Soaring Bluegrass with the

WWW.MOESALLEY.COM
Tue. Nov. 8 Har Mar Superstar
Wed. Nov. 9 Archie Fisher The Scottish Folk Legend FREE PEOPLE'S DISCO!
free Show 9pm
Thu. Nov. 10 Butch Hancock & Son Rory
1535 Commercial Way 11/1 7 come 11 9PM

Santa Cruz 831.479.1854 Reservations Now Online at www.donquixotesmusic.com MIDTOWN SANTA CRUZ
1134 Soquel Ave., Santa Cruz
44 Rockin'Church Service Every Sunday ELEVATION at 10am-11:15am 429-6994
LIVE MUSIC Celebrating Creativity

Wednesday, October 26 • 7 pm
Since 1975

:WAYNE KRANTZ TRIO


WED 10/26 THU 10/27 FRI 10/28 SAT 10/29 SUN 10/30 MON 10/31 TUE 11/1 UNDERCOVER POP TOUR:
CILANTROS Hippo Happy Hour KPIG Happy Hour The Music of Bob Dylan, Talking Heads,
1934 Main St, Watsonville 5:30-7:30p 5:30-7:30p Prince, Sonic Youth and more!
CRAZY HORSE BAR 1/2 PRICE NIGHT FOR STUDENTS
Punk Night Karaoke Comedy/Trivia Karaoke
529 Seabright Ave, Santa Cruz
Thursday, October 27 • 7 pm
CREPE PLACE
Science on Tap Free 7p
Please The Trees & more
Dreaming Ghosts,
Sugar Candy Mountain, The Jolly Llamas,
Watergate Sandals, Half Getaway Dogs,
Halloween Free
People’s Disco
7 Come 11 CHAD AND JEREMY
1134 Soquel Ave, Santa Cruz
$12/$15 9p
Rainbow Girls $10 9p
$10 9p New Spell $8 9p Free 9p
$5 9p Tickets: PulseProductions.net
CROW’S NEST Hot Club Pacific Shotgun Suitor The D’Oh Bros Hall Pass Halloween Live Comedy Reggae Party Friday, October 28 • 7:30 pm
2218 E. Cliff Dr, Santa Cruz $3 7:30p $5 8:30p $6 9p Party $7 9:30p $7 9p Free 8p
THE COFFIS BROTHERS & THE
DAV. ROADHOUSE
Ugly Beauty MOUNTAIN MEN “MONSTER
1 Davenport Ave, Davenport
MASH” Halloween Costume Party!
DON QUIXOTE’S
Ledward Kaapana,
Vaud & the Villains Mystic Braves $15 Halloween
Joni Mitchel Celebration Tickets: BrownPaperTickets.com
Fran Guidry $12/$15 7p Daniel
6275 Hwy 9, Felton $17/$20 7:30p 9p Extravaganza $15 8:30p
$17/$20 7:30p Champagne $10 7p Sunday, October 30 • 7 pm
THE FISH HOUSE
Broken Fences STEVEN GRAVES BAND
972 Main St, Watsonville
Tickets: BrownPaperTickets.com
Reverend Lovejones
HENFLING’S Flingo Silverback
& the Sinners
The Leftovers The Next Blues JuannaJam Roadhouse Karaoke Tuesday, November 1 • 7:30 pm
9450 Hwy 9, Ben Lomond 7:30p 8p 9p 4p 8p 7:30p
9p SIMRIT LIVE IN CONCERT:
HINDQUARTER
BAR & GRILLE
Karaoke Carlos Martinez SONGS OF RESILIENCE
10p 6-9p
303 Soquel Ave, Santa Cruz GLOBAL UNITY TOUR
Coffis Brothers &
KUUMBWA Wayne Krantz Trio Chad & Jeremy $28/40
Mountain Men ‘Monster
Steven Graves Band Simrit Tickets: BrightStarEvents.com
320-2 Cedar St, Santa Cruz $25/$30 7p 7p $12/$15 7p $40/$50 7:30p
Mash’ $12/$15 7:30p Monday, November 7 • 7 pm
MALONE’S Live Music Karaoke w/Ken CHESTER THOMPSON
4402 Scotts Valley Dr, Scotts Valley 5:30-9p 9p
QUARTET: FEATURING CHRIS CAIN,
Stormin’ Norman
MICHAEL’S ON MAIN Scott Slaughter Acoustic Soul 10 O’Clock Lunch Band
& the Cyclones JOHN SANTOS, HOWARD WILEY AND
2591 Main St, Soquel 7-10p 7-10p 7-10p
7-10p DAVID FLORES
Thursday, November 10 • 7 pm
LE BOEUF
BBQ BEER BROTHERS
BLUES
“IMAGINIST” CD RELEASE
BBQ BEER BLUES FEATURING FRICTION QUARTET
Friday, November 11 • 7:30 pm
CALIFORNIA BANJO
EXTRAVAGANZA FEATURING
JOE NEWBERRY, BILL EVANS,
& DANNY BARNES
Wed. October 26 Tickets: SnazzyProductions.com
Al Frisby 6-8 pm Monday, November 14 • 7 pm

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Thurs. October 27
KARRIN ALLYSON
Preacher Boy 6-8 pm Thursday, November 17 • 7 pm
MICHAEL O’NEILL –
Fri. October 28
KENNY WASHINGTON SEXTET
Shane Dwight 6-8 pm
1/2 PRICE NIGHT FOR STUDENTS
Sat. October 29
Lloyd Whitley 1-5 pm
COMING TO THE RIO THEATRE!
Chris James 6-8 pm ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL +
HOTCLUB OF COWTOWN
Sun. October 30 Friday, November 18 • 7:30 pm
TBD
CHARLES LLOYD & THE MARVELS
Mon. October 31
Broken Shades FEATURING BILL FRISELL,
GREG LEISZ, REUBEN ROGERS,
Tues. November 1 AND ERIC HARLAND
Rob Vye Tuesday, November 29 • 7:30 pm
Unless noted advance tickets at
kuumbwajazz.org and Logos Books & Records.
Dinner served one hour before Kuumbwa
presented concerts. Premium wines & beer.
All ages welcome.
320-2 Cedar St x Santa Cruz
8059 APTOS ST, APTOS 831.427.2227
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Pre se n ts
LIVE MUSIC
WED 10/26 THU 10/27 FRI 10/28 SAT 10/29 SUN 10/30 MON 10/31 TUE 11/1
MISSION ST. BBQ Aki Kumar Al Frisby Lloyd Whitley Westside Shieks Chris James Rob Vye Billy Watson
1618 Mission St, Santa Cruz 6p 6p 6p 6p 6p 6p 6p
Moondog Matinee,
MOE’S ALLEY Anthony B Broken English, Flor de Warrior King, Dub Nation Stolar, Henry Chadwick SambaDa
The Redlight District
1535 Commercial Way, Santa Cruz $25/$30 8p Caña $9/$12 8p $15/$20 8p $9/$12 3p $15/$20 8p
$7/$10 8p
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Wilkinson) is the veteran barrister


who argues it in court.
Unlike in the States, where the
defendant is presumed innocent
until proven guilty, in the U.K., it’s
up to the defendant to disprove the
plaintiff’s claim. Her lawyers opt for
“the Atom Bomb Defense”—to prove
that Lipstadt’s “libelous” statements
are, in fact, true. It’s no secret
that Irving denies the Holocaust as
historical fact; what Lipstadt’s team
has to prove is far more slippery—
that Irving has deliberately falsified
facts he knows to be true in order to
further his own reputation.
To complicate matters, Irving acts
as his own barrister, arguing his own
case in the courtroom, and happily
grandstanding for the press every
day outside. Lipstadt, meanwhile, is
advised by her team to remain silent
throughout the proceedings, and to
never speak to the press.
Apparently, in the actual trial, a
number of expert witnesses testified
on behalf of the defense that the
Holocaust was a proven historical fact.
None of this testimony appears in the
film. Hare and Jackson assume their
audience already knows the Holocaust
happened. Instead, they focus their
BEST DEFENSE Rachel Weisz plays the author and historian Deborah Lipstadt in the fact-based courtroom drama courtroom drama on the battle of wits
‘Denial,’ adapted from the book ‘Denial: Holocaust History on Trial.’ and wills between Irving, smug in
the fabrications for which he seeks

Courting History
such public validation, and incisive
barrister Rampton, searching for the
weakest chinks in Irving’s armor of
lies to slip in the sword of truth.
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This may not read like the most


Historian faces Holocaust denier in timely ‘Denial’ BY LISA JENSEN dynamic set-up for onscreen drama.
But the collision of the civil right of
free speech with the willful spreading

T
he perversion of historical toward its larger themes—the rise (Timothy Spall)—a well-known of racist, hate-mongering falsehoods
fact according to one’s of demagoguery, the issue of free apologist for Nazi Germany and for political gain has a particular
private agenda is at the speech and the arcane pathways of darling of skinheads and neo-Nazis— resonance right now, in reference to a
heart of Denial. This fact- legal procedure. It also invites us to who flamboyantly offers a thousand certain presidential nominee (aka He
based courtroom drama revolves examine the relationship of verifiable dollars to anyone who can prove the Who Must Not Be Named—especially
around the legal battle between truth to its opposite—a very timely Holocaust happened. by me). The similarities are both
Jewish-American professor and topic in this campaign season. Lipstadt has already cited Irving fascinating and appalling, lending
historian Deborah Lipstadt, and The ever-luminous Rachel Weisz in her book as a dangerous denier of Denial an extra layer of timeliness,
her nemesis, David Irving, a British tones down the glam and amps up facts. But what starts out as only a while reminding the audience that
so-called historian famous for the moxie to play Deborah Lipstadt, passing disturbance at her book event truth and vigilance are our best
denying that the Holocaust—Hitler’s a feisty native of Queens, New turns into something much larger defense against repeating the worst
extermination of six million Jews in York, who lectures on history at when Irving sues Lipstadt’s British mistakes of the past.
death camps like Auschwitz—ever prestigious Emory University in publisher, Penguin London, for libel.
happened. Atlanta. An author who specializes Off she goes to London to confer with
DENIAL *** (out of four) Rachel Weisz,
Adapted for the screen by veteran in Holocaust history, Lipstadt is her legal team. Solicitor Anthony Timothy Spall, & Tom Wilkinson. Written by
playwright David Hare from Lipstadt’s at the podium one night in 1994 at Julius (Andrew Scott, and yes, you David Hare. From the book ‘Denial: Holocaust
book about the trial, Denial: Holocaust an event for her new book, Denying recognize him as Jim Moriarty in History on Trial’ by Deborah E. Lipstadt.
History on Trial, the film is directed The Holocaust, when she’s heckled the Sherlock TV series) prepares the Directed by Mick Jackson. A Bleecker Street
48 by Mick Jackson with an eye from the audience by David Irving case, but Richard Rampton (Tom release. Rated PG-13. 110 minutes.
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NEW THIS WEEK NOW PLAYING THE DRESSMAKER Myrtle Dunnage as the 1960 Yul Brenner “original” Asa Butterfield, Samuel L. Jackson
is back and she’s bringing haute was really the American version of co-star. (PG-13) 127 minutes.
CERTAIN WOMEN “It’d be so lovely THE ACCOUNTANT Ever since he was couture, sass, and sweet, sweet Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 classic Seven
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he’s an accountant—with a somewhat Davis, Liam Hemsworth co-star. (R) Ethan Hawke co-star. (PG-13) 132 difficult for writers who need to
Reichardt directs. Michelle Williams,
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Kristen Stewart, Laura Dern co-star. 119 minutes.
Department interested in his daily volume muted during trailers for
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THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN One A MAN CALLED OVE Ove spends scary movies. That said, this looks
goingson. Gavin O’Connor directs. Ben
INFERNO The good news is that week ago at 4:36 p.m., a woman his days visiting his wife’s grave. like a movie about a mother and
Affleck, Anna Kendrick, J.K. Simmons
Professor Langdon’s hair has gotten disappeared. Rachel Watson saw He’s given up on friendship and her daughters who run a seance
co-star. (R) 128 minutes.
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yet another more attractive and far door-to-door to make money selling is obsessed with her ex-husband oneself isn’t so easy, you know.” demons. That’s all we can say on
younger brunette as a sidekick to solve magazines but this ragtag group of and a destructive alcoholic who Hannes Holm directs. Rolf Lassgård, the matter. Will accept candy to
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a puzzle of vaguely illuminating clues
sex and drugs than entrepreneurial perfect new wife. The new wife star. (PG-13) 116 minutes. Mike Flanagan directs. Lin Shaye,
based on “Dante’s Inferno.”There’s
spirit. This is the movie that got isn’t all that perfect either, and Doug Jones, Annalise Basso co-star.
danger, intrigue, government cover MASTERMINDS Believe it or not,
LaBeouf 20 stitches and 13 staples, everybody’s lying to someone. So (PG-13) 99 minutes.
ups, a worldwide plague, all that, and the luscious, blow-dried Kenny
so we can’t say he’s not committed who murdered Megan Hipwell?
another in a series of movies that Loggins mane that Jason Sudeikis QUEEN OF KATWE The story of how
to his craft. Andrea Arnold directs. Tate Taylor directs. Haley Bennett,
makes one wonder what they’ve got sports in this film is based on a girl from the slums of Uganda rose
Sasha Lane and Riley Keough co- Emily Blunt, Justin Theroux co-star.
on Tom Hanks to make him go from a true story. The 1997 Loomis to become the first female chess
star. (R) 183 minutes. (R) 112 minutes.
Sully to this? Ron Howard directs. Tom Fargo robbery in which the vault player to win the open category of the
Hanks, Felicity Jones, Irrfan Khan co- THE BIRTH OF A NATION No, the I’M NOT ASHAMED Based on the supervisor, his girlfriend and six National Junior Chess Championship
star. (PG-13) 121 minutes. U.S. as a post-racial society is not a true story and journal entries of Rachel other conspirators stole $17.3 in Uganda and became the champion
thing just because a bunch of people Joy Scott, the first student killed in the million dollars in cash, to be exact. in 2013. So many snaps to Disney
MISS HOKUSAI It’s Edo, Japan Columbine shooting on April 20, 1999. Jared Hess directs. Kristen Wiig and for backing a female director for this
watched 12 Years a Slave. Yes, the
1814 and ukiyo-e painter Katsushika Brian Baugh directs. Masey McLain, Kate McKinnon co-star. (PG-13) 94 incredible true story with a powerful
enslavement of 10.7 million people in
Hokusai is a little nutty. Miss Hokusai Ben Davies, Cameron McKendry co- minutes. cast. Mira Nair directs. Madina
the U.S. ended in its legal form some
is the animated story of the life and star. (PG-13) 112 minutes. Nalwanga, David Oyelowo, and Lupita
time ago. But the stories still deserve MAX STEEL It’s Max McGrath’s ninth
works of the Japanese artist as told Nyong'o co-star. (PG) 124 minutes.
telling, their legacies honored and their JACK REACHER Jeez, the fresh start. But the ultralinks are here
through the words of his daughter,
cruel remnants discussed—that’s why cosmetologists have really secured a to destroy the earth, so he has to learn SNOWDEN Edward Snowden was,
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the true story of Nat Turner’s rebellion sweet package deal for Tom Cruise’s all he can from Steel about his newly and still is, one of the most famous
Hara directs. Yutaka Matsushige, Anne
in the antebellum South is coming to Mission Impossible franchise. Oh wait, discovered powers—and pronto. and controversial whistleblowers in
Watanabe, Erica Lindbeck co-star. (PG-
the big screen. Nate Parker directs. are Ethan Hunt and Jack Reacher Stewart Hendler directs. Ben Winchell, American history. Joseph Gordon-
13) 93 minutes.
Nate Parker, Armie Hammer, Mark not the same person? Edward Zwick Josh Brener, Maria Bello co-star. (PG- Levitt unpacks what it was like for the
OASIS: SUPERSONIC An in-depth Boone Junior co-star. (R) 120 minutes. directs. Cobie Smulders and Robert 13) 92 minutes. then-barely-30-year-old to make a
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marigolds, candles, flowers, copal (incense) and techniques, so that we may know and learn about
prayers of greeting. Skeletons glide by, appearing the virtues of kind speech.
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STREET, SANTA CRUZ, business is conducted by of Santa Cruz. The full name listed above on Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26. Liability Company is doing 650 CORCORAN AVENUE BUTTON ST, SANTA
CA 95062. County an Individual signed: name and residence of the 9/8/2016. This business as HOME FRY. #46, SANTA CRUZ, CA CRUZ, CA 95060. This
of Santa Cruz. DOME HANNAE SYD PAVLICK. person(s) withdrawing as a statement was filed with REFILING OF FICTITIOUS 3101 N. MAIN ST., 95062. County of Santa business is conducted by
ON THE GO LLC. 438 The registrant commenced partner(s): ZACHARY Gail L. Pellerin, County BUSINESS NAME SOQUEL, CA 95073. Cruz. WALTER C. an Individual signed:
ROXAS STREET, SANTA to transact business under WOLINSKY. 4062 Clerk of Santa Cruz STATEMENT WITH County of Santa Cruz. TRINDADE. 40 RIALTO PETER JOHN RENOIS.
CRUZ, CA 95062. AI# the fictitious business WINKLE AVENUE, SANTA County, on Oct. 11, 2016. CHANGE FILE NO. BRISKE BUSINESS, LLC. DR., WATSONVILLE, CA The registrant commenced
25310337. This business name listed above on CRUZ, CA 95060. This Oct. 19, 26, & Nov. 2, 9. 16-1659 39 EDGEWOOD WAY, 95076. This business is to transact business under
is conducted by a Limited 10/3/2016. This statement was filed with The following Individual is SANTA CRUZ, CA 95060. conducted by an Individual the fictitious business
Liability Company signed: statement was filed with the County Clerk- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS doing business as THE AI# 20110117. This signed: WALTER C. name listed above on
ANDREW KREYCHE. The Gail L. Pellerin, County Recorder of SANTA CRUZ NAME STATEMENT FILE VANILLA COMPANY. 150 business is conducted by a TRINDADE. The registrant 9/12/2016. Original FBN
registrant commenced Clerk of Santa Cruz COUNTY on the date NO. 16-0001694 FELKER ST., SUITE E, Limited Liability Company commenced to transact number: 2016-0000984.
to transact business County, on Oct. 3, 2016. indicated by the file stamp: The following General SANTA CRUZ, CA 95060. signed: LINDA RITTEN. business under the This statement was filed
under the fictitious Oct. 19, 26 & Nov. 2, 9. Filed: Sep. 27, 2016. File Partnership is doing County of Santa Cruz. The registrant fictitious business name with Gail L. Pellerin,
business name listed No.2012-0001894. Oct. business as MIND, SOUL, PATRICIA H. RAIN. 150 commenced to transact listed above on County Clerk of Santa
above on 9/21/2016. This FICTITIOUS BUSINESS 19, 26, & Nov. 2, 9. AND BODY WELLNESS. FELKER ST., SUITE E, business under the 8/25/1994. Original FBN Cruz County, on Sep. 12,
statement was filed with NAME STATEMENT FILE 411 DUFOUR STREET, SANTA CRUZ, CA 95060. fictitious business name number: 2011-0001969. 2016. Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26.
Gail L. Pellerin, County NO. 16-1806 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS SANTA CRUZ, CA 95060. This business is conducted listed above on NOT This statement was filed
Clerk of Santa Cruz The following Individual is NAME STATEMENT FILE County of Santa Cruz. by an Individual signed: APPLICABLE. This with Gail L. Pellerin, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
County, on Sep. 21, 2016. doing business as NO. 16-1823[/b] AMES MARY PATRICIA H. RAIN. The statement was filed with County Clerk of Santa NAME STATEMENT FILE
Sept. 28 & Oct. 5, 12, 19. RINGO'S CARPENTRY. 71 The following Individual is SABELLANO & ANTHONY registrant commenced to Gail L. Pellerin, County Cruz County, on Sep. 15, NO. 16-1723
FAIR AVENUE, doing business as PACIFIC SCUDERI. 411 DUFOUR transact business under Clerk of Santa Cruz 2016. Oct. 12, 19, 26, & The following Corporation
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS DAVENPORT, CA 95017. ELECTRIC. 51 OCEAN ST., STREET, SANTA CRUZ, the fictitious business County, on Sep. 13, 2016. Nov. 2. is doing business as
NAME STATEMENT FILE County of Santa Cruz. DAVENPORT, CA 95017. CA 95060. This business name listed above on Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26. ALLIANCE PHYSICAL
NO. 16-1698 JONATHAN MICHAEL County of Santa Cruz. is conducted by a General 10/24/2000. Original REFILING OF FICTITIOUS THERAPY. 7887 SOQUEL
The following Corporation CELEBRADO. 71 FAIR CHRISTOPHER Partnership signed: AMES FBN number: 2011- STATEMENT OF BUSINESS NAME DRIVE, SUITE D, APTOS,
is doing business as THE AVENUE, DAVENPORT, ESPINOSA. 51 OCEAN MARY SABELLANO. The 0001970. This statement ABANDONMENT OF USE STATEMENT WITH CA 95003. County of
SHOE SHOPPE ONLINE. CA 95017. This business ST., DAVENPORT, CA registrant commenced to was filed with Gail L. OF FICTITIOUS CHANGE FILE NO. Santa Cruz. INTUITIVE
9715 BROOKSIDE AVE., is conducted by an 95017. This business is transact business under Pellerin, County Clerk of BUSINESS NAME 16-1640 HEALTH MANAGEMENT,
BEN LOMOND, CA Individual signed: conducted by an Individual the fictitious business Santa Cruz County, on The following person(s) The following Individual is INC. 7887 SOQUEL
95005. County of Santa JONATHAN MICHAEL signed: CHRISTOPHER name listed above is NOT Sept. 15, 2016. Oct. 12, have abandoned the use of doing business as S.C. DRIVE, SUITE D, APTOS,
Cruz. THE SHOE SHOPPE CELEBRADO. The ESPINSOA. The registrant APPLICABLE. This 19, 26 & Nov. 2. the fictitious business
ONLINE. 9715 registrant commenced to commenced to transact statement was filed with name: ELENA ROAD. 33
BROOKSIDE AVE., BEN transact business under business under the Gail L. Pellerin, County FICTITIOUS BUSINESS ELENA ROAD, LA SELVA
LOMOND, CA 95005. Al# the fictitious business fictitious business name Clerk of Santa Cruz NAME STATEMENT FILE BEACH, CA 95076. The
3938412. This business is name listed above on listed above on NOT County, on Sep 22, 2016. NO. 16-1831 fictitious business name Kathleen M. Pouls LAc,CMP
conducted by a 4/27/2007. This APPLICABLE. This Oct. 26 & Nov. 2, 9, 16. The following Individual is referred to above was filed ~ Acupuncture ~
Corporation Signed: statement was filed with statement was filed with doing business as BOX 38. in SANTA CRUZ COUNTY
REBECCA GUINEY. The Gail L. Pellerin, County Gail L. Pellerin, County FICTITIOUS BUSINESS 33 ELENA ROAD, LA on: 7/17/2015. ELENA
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registrant commenced to Clerk of Santa Cruz Clerk of Santa Cruz NAME STATEMENT FILE SELVA BEACH, CA ROAD. 33 ELENA ROAD, ~ Combination Treatments ~
transact business under County, on Oct. 14, 2016. County, on Oct. 18, 2016. NO. 16-1690 95076. County of Santa LA SELVA BEACH, CA A Family Practice, Pre/Postnatal Care
the fictitious business Oct. 26 & Nov 2, 9, 16. Oct. 26 & Nov. 2, 9, 16. The following Individual is Cruz. RYAN THURM. 33 95076. This business was
name listed above on NOT doing business as LLT ELENA ROAD, LA SELVA conducted by a GENERAL
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statement was filed with WITHDRAWAL FROM NAME STATEMENT FILE BROADWAY, SANTA business is conducted by between:RYAN THURM &
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NAME STATEMENT FILE general partner(s) from SOQUEL, CA 95073. an Individual signed: APPLICABLE. This Filed: Oct. 19, 2016. File (Doctors Plaza by Dominican Hospital)
NO. 16-1747 the partnership operating County of Santa Cruz. RODNEY GALE KNAPP. statement was filed with No.2015-0001296. Oct. Serving Santa Cruz since 1984
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SHOP PER SPOTLIG HTS SARAH MCKNIGHT-CAHIR, 23-Year Customer, Santa Cruz Occupation: Marriage/family therapist
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NEIL CAHIR, 12-Year Customer Santa Cruz Occupation: Firefighter/paramedic, Scotts Valley Fire District
Hobbies: Hiking, biking, surfing, ocean/beach/sun, fun travels, barbecuing/cooking (firehouse cook) Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
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could Mexican such as enchiladas, Asian stir-fries, That feels beautiful and enriching.” SARAH: “We are so everything I need, including a great spice department.”
Italian, plus California-continental.” SARAH: “We like lucky because of Shopper’s storewide quality and the NEIL: “We appreciate the versatility. When looking for a
fresh meats so we shop here almost daily whether it’s pricing, which is less than other local stores. And wine to pair, they’ll suggest a range — from lower to
for sausages, bone-in chicken or marinated chicken…” everyone seems so happy with the job they’re doing. It high-end. It’s their competitive pricing and quality that
NEIL: “The tri-tip and skirt steaks are phenomenal All feels like we’re all working for the betterment of the keeps us coming back, like with their great produce, great
the seafood is fresh, with lots of local-caught fish.” community.” NEIL: “I like that my money stays local, meats, and everything in between, and we’re keeping it
SARAH: “And the butchers really take care of us.” and that Shopper’s provides a unique, personal touch.” local.” SARAH: “It’s the best market in Santa Cruz!”

“I feel like I’m walking into the history of Santa Cruz when I stop in, and that I’m a part of Shopper’s continual evolvement. That feels beautiful and enriching.”

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