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B6@=EB63 B6@=EB63 A 1=C<2@3:A=CB A1=C<2@3:A=CB LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT spent sp ent $ $900,000 9 0 0,0 0 0 iin n federal federal stimulus stimulus ffunds unds re paving the the ro ad repaving road tto o tthe he wharf, wharf, iinstead nstead o keeping 23 23 teachers teachers off keeping iin n llocal o cal h igh sschools chools fo ar. L ike m ost high forr a ye year. Like most p eople, IIâ€™d â€™d rrather ather ssee ee a fe w ccracks racks iin n tthe he people, few road tthan han tteens eens p laying h ooky b ecause ttheir heir road playing hooky because cclass lass iiss o vercrowded. overcrowded. At Santa Santa Cruz Cruz High High School, School, $1 $1 million million At w as sspent p ent f llattening attening aan n aalready lready f llat at ttrack rack was ssurface, ur face, a $ 65,00 0 jjob. ob. Another Another 23 23 teacher teacher $65,000 jjobs obs w ould h avve b een tthe he p riority tto ok eep would have been priority keep u p. up. Capitola spent spent their their $900,000 $9 00,00 0 repaving repaving Capitola 4 1st A ve v nue iinstead nstead o building R ispin, 41st Avenue off re rebuilding Rispin, k eeping m ore library librar y hours hours o f ter-school keeping more orr aafter-school p rograms ggoing. oing. programs One could could argue argue that, that, in in a town town that that One m ade its its own own cement, cement, a tiny tiny m illion- dollar made million-dollar sskate kate park park w as another another severely severely overpriced overpriced was w aste o government spending. spending. waste off government New supervisor, sup ervisor, new new councilmembers. councilmemb ers. New Billy B illy Quealy, Quealy, Santa Saanta Cruz Cruz
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in the the n ight, tthey hey ccome. ome. They They slip slip by by mule, mule, in night, by horse, horse, ffrom ro r mb oth lland and aand nd ssea. ea. They They risk risk by both life. They They risk risk llimb. imb. There There are are bullets bullets and and life. billy clubs. clubs. There There are are storms, storms, hunger, hunger, disease disease billy and death death aand nd sstill till tthey hey ccome. ome. For For life, life, for for and family and and for for theory, theor y, for for h ope tthey hey ccome. ome. family hope They come come because b ecause they they see see llands ands o old, They off ggold, hear of of prosperity, prosp erity, they they come come fo fforr a ssip ip aatt tthe he hear nectar of of milk milk and and honey honey tthat hat iiss ffreedom. rreedom. nectar They ccome. ome. They They w ant a ta ste. They They w ant They want taste. want what they they ssee ee aand nd b elieve. They They want want what what what believe. we show show and and display display for for the the w orld tto o ssee, ee, we world they come. come. they We donâ€™t donâ€™t remember, rememb er, but but it it happened happened in in We 18 86. We We forget forget to to stand stand by by it, it, as as it it has has been b een 1886. and is is still still the the symbol symb ol of of what what we we believe, b elieve, and what we we are, are, and and what what we we have. have v . We We have have what and they they see see and and they they come. come. Slapped Slapped in in the the and face they they come. come. Beaten Beaten they they come. come. Scorched Scorched face and disheveled disheveled they they ccome, ome, b ecause w and because wee asked and and ttold old aand nd d eclared b Lazarus at at asked declared byy a Lazarus the foot fo ot o Colossus. She She stands stands llooking o oking the off a Colossus. far and and wide. wide. Not Not like like the the great gre r at ancient ancient far stone, wooden wo o den leviathans leviathans now now past, past, tthis his stone, gre r at she she at at our our golden golden gates gates ccalling. alling. S ome great Some of us us h ate aand nd sstill till tthey hey ccome. ome. They They come come of hate tentative, hopeful hopeful and and frightened, frightened, hiding hiding tentative, their faces faces tthey hey ccome. ome. They They come come to to cchase hase their the dream dream we we all all chase chase every every day. day. We We donâ€™t donâ€™t the r member, but re but we we came, came, by by land land and and by by sea. sea. remember, Some forced, forced, some some willing, willing, but but we we came. came. Some We believed believed and and we we thrived. thrived. We We donâ€™t donâ€™t We r member, but re but we we came. came. remember, We must must remember remember who who we we are. are. We We must must We r member we re we have have opened op ened our our bosom bosom to to remember the w orld, fo hat m ade u s. It It iiss w hat the world, forr iitt iiss w what made us. what we are. are. We We are are the the cchildren hildren o he ttired ired aand nd we off tthe the poor. po or. We We must must remember rememb er tthat hat w re the wee aare the children children of of the the huddled huddled masses masses w ho the who once hoped hop ed to to be b e free. r e W re re tthe he cchildren h dren once Wee aare o the the wretched wretched refuse re use and and today today w t of wee sstill speak through through silent s ent lips, ps of o b ess ngs tto o speak blessings Go d this th s land and we we inherited, nher ted your yo our land and aand nd God m ne from r m mountains ro mounta ns to to prairies, pra r es from ro r m ssea ea mine, to shining sh n ng sea. sea We We must must remember rememb er tthat hat w to wee say every every day, day â€œSend â€œSend these, these tthe he h ome ess say homeless, temp est tossed to to m e â€? Our Our representative reepresentat ve tempest-tossed, me.â€? stand ng with w th her her lamp amp raised ra sed beside b es de the the standing go den door. door Our Our Lady, Lady Liberty. L ber ty golden James J ames Gabriel, Gabr e B ma Byy eemail
OMETHING happened OMETHING happened on on S Saturday aturday night night in in downtown downtown S Santa anta C ruz. T here w as a rruckus. uckus. There There w as a d ance p arty. There There w as Cruz. There was was dance party. was aalso lso aftermathâ€”broken aftermathâ€”broken glass, glass, graffiti graff iti on on w alls, police police in in riot rio i t walls, gear. There There were were circle-Aâ€™s circle-Aâ€™s spray-painted spray-painted o nb usinesses. And And even even gear. on businesses. though rebellious rebellious teenagers teenagers for for the the past past 40 40 years years have have scribbled scribbled that that though symbol wherever wherever they they felt, felt, it it makes makes it it easy easy for for people people to to believe believe that that symbol all anarchists anarchists are are evil evil and and responsible responsible for for all fo all the the destruction destruction and and all all the the all fear. And And swept swept into into this this melee melee is is SubRosa, SubRosa, an an anarchist anarchist infoshop. infoshop. fear. It must must b heir ffault. ault. The Th he fact fact that that SubRosa SubRosa didnâ€™t didnâ€™t have have anything anything It bee ttheir to d ow ith tthe he eevent vent d oesnâ€™t sseem eem tto om atter. That That the the only only link link is is aan n to do with doesnâ€™t matter. arrested person person who who saw saw a flier f lier at at SubRosa. SubRosa. Of Of course course there there was was a flier f lier arrested at S ubRosa. T here w ere ffliers liers aall ll o ver ttown. own. You You can can still still ssee ee tthem hem o n at SubRosa. There were over on the ttelephone elephone p oles llining ining S oquel Drive. Drive. the poles Soquel This isnâ€™t isnâ€™t the the first f irst ttime ime aanarchists narchists h ave b een b lamed ffor or tthe he This have been blamed problems o ociety. In In ffact, act, tthe he h istory o ay Day Day is is tied tied up up in in tthe he problems off ssociety. history off M May demonization of of aanarchists. narchists. In In 1887, 1887, four four anarchists anarchists were were hung hung in in demonization Chicago after after b eing fframed ramed ffor or tthrowing hrowing b ombs aatt p olice d uring Chicago being bombs police during protest. Three Three more more were were to to spend spend six six years years in in prison prison u ntil a protest. until pardoned by by Gov. Gov. Altgeld, Altgeld, who who said said the the trial trial that that convicted convicted them them pardoned was ccharacterized haracterized b hysteria, p acked jjuries uries aand nd a b iased jjudge. udge.â€? The Th he was byy â€œâ€œhysteria, packed biased anarchists were were a part part of of a massive massive strike strike that that began began on on May May 1, 1, 1886, 1886, anarchists demanding an an eight-hour eight-hour workday. workday. demanding SubRosa is is pretty pretty iinnocuous, nnocuous, rreally. eally. Itt is is based based on on values values of of selfselfSubRosa responsibility, m utual ssupport upport aand nd ffree ree aassociation. ssociation. Like Like aanarchism narchism responsibility, mutual itself, iitt eencompasses ncompasses a w ide rrange ange o erspectives. The The shelves shelves are are ffilled illed itself, wide off p perspectives. with books books espousing espousing a variety variety of of ideas, ideas, some some in in contradiction contradiction to to each each with other. The Th he room room is is filled f illed with with a variety variety of of people, people, young young people, people, old old other. people. The The volunteers volunteers spend spend their their time time and and energy energy working working to to create create people. a positive positive and and family-friendly family-friendly space. space. Some o he p eople w ho ffrequent requent S ubRosa aare re h omeless. S ubRosa iiss Some off tthe people who SubRosa homeless. SubRosa the o ne p lace iin n ttown own w here yyou ou ccan an ssit it d own w ithout h aving tto op ay the one place where down without having pay for aanything. nything. Y ou ccanâ€™t anâ€™t ssit it o nP acif ic A venue, n ot w ith aall ll tthe he sstatues tatues for You on Pacific Avenue, not with and p arking m eters aand nd d owntown o rdinances. N ot w ith aall ll tthe he and parking meters downtown ordinances. Not with business o wners w ho d onâ€™t w ant yyou ou aanywhere nywhere n ear ttheir heir sstores tores iiff yyou ou business owners who donâ€™t want near arenâ€™t ggoing oing tto ob uy aanything. nything. N ot w ith aall ll tthe he d owntown h osts w ho arenâ€™t buy Not with downtown hosts who walk u p tto o yyou, ou, sshake hake ttheir heir h ead aand nd m ove yyou ou aalong long d own P acif ic. walk up head move down Pacific. Th hey p oint yyou ou tto o tthe he b lock w here S ubRosa iis; s; tthe he d owntown h osts They point block where SubRosa downtown hosts donâ€™t ggo o ssouth outh o aurel. donâ€™t off L Laurel. In tthe he aatmosphere tmosphere o owntown S anta C ruz, w here tthere here iiss sso o In off d downtown Santa Cruz, where much cconflict onf lict b etween sso om any h aves aand nd sso om any h ave-nots, M ay much between many haves many have-nots, May Dayâ€™s eeruption ruption d oesnâ€™t sseem eem sso oo ut o lace T he h omeless aand nd o ther Dayâ€™s doesnâ€™t out off p place. The homeless other â€œundes rab esâ€? aare re cconstantly onstant y b e ng forced orced o ac c A venue aand nd itt â€œundesirablesâ€? being off P Pacific Avenue, comes aass n o ssurprise urpr se tthat hat ssome ome o hem sstood tood u p aand nd p ushed b ack comes no of tthem up pushed back aga nst tthe he ccity ty tthat hat rrejected e ected tthem. hem against But rreally, ea y w on t k now w hat aactually ctua y h appened o nM ay D ay But, wee d donâ€™t know what happened on May Day. Th here w ere h undreds o eop e tthere, here b ut n oo ne ccan an sstand tand u p aand nd ssay, ay There were hundreds of p people but no one up â€œI w as tthere. here I w as a p art o h sâ€? B ecause tto od o tthat hat iss tto o tthrow hrow yyourself ourse â€œI was was part of tthis. Because do nto tthe he m ae strom o ccusat on iss tto o label abe yyourself ourse a ccriminal r m na eeven ven into maelstrom of aaccusation, ou n ever p cked u p a rrock ock o e d a ccan an o pray p a nt â€œâ€œKnown Kn nown if yyou never picked up orr h held of sspray paint. anarch stsâ€? w ho w ere ssafe a e aatt h ome in nb ed aare re n ow h av ng ttheir he r n ames anarchistsâ€? who were home bed now having names posted o n tthe he IInternet, nternet b e ng aaccused ccused o ann ng tthe he w ho e tthing. h ng posted on being of p planning whole oesn t m atter tthat hat tthey hey w ere in nn ow ay involved, nvo ved b ecause aan n Itt d doesnâ€™t matter were no way because accusat on iss a vvery ery p ower u vvery ery d angerous tthing. h ng accusation powerful, dangerous S mone C hand er iss a m ember oof the he SSubRosa ubRosa ccollective; o ec ve ssubrosaproject.org. ubrosapro ec org Simone Chandler member
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that freight business will increase and a tourist-shlepping â€œdinner trainâ€? from Capitola to Davenport will succeed. Should the business plan fail, the company could pull out of the county, leaving the tracks to rust and the RTC with 32 miles of property that used to make money. Even then, however, the RTC could use an age-old option called â€œrailbankingâ€? that would allow it to put off maintenance but maintain ownership until a new train operator is found. Sierra president Dave Magaw says heâ€™s well aware of the risk, but promises his company is â€œin it for the long haul.â€? Besides the myriad governmental entities talking up the purchase, perhaps no group is drooling more than Santa Cruz Countyâ€™s cycling community. Their prized Davenport-to-Watsonville rail trail, however, is nowhere in the RTCâ€™s current proposal. Nor is passenger service. Meaningful passenger service such as light-rail, in fact, is estimated to cost hundreds of millions of dollars in track upgrades and expansions and be decades away, if it ever happens. For reference, San Joseâ€™s first light rail line cost about $25 million per mile in 1991. Yet for Micah Posner, head of the green transportation advocacy group People Power, itâ€™ll do. â€œI feel confident that there will be a [cycling and pedestrian] trail throughout Santa Cruz County,â€? says Posner. â€œI think passenger service will happen eventually too. The important thing right now is purchasing the rail line.â€?
Last Stop Not everyone is on board with the rail purchase. A group of Aptos residents, most with property lines that abut the rail corridor, is calling itself the Santa Cruz Coalition Against Recreational Rail and represents perhaps the most vocal opponents of the purchase. Critics accuse it of classic NIMBYism, but fiscal conservatives as well as supporters of widening Highway 1 are standing up to the proposal as well. Martin Bryant, a Santa Cruz resident who lives on Morrissey Boulevard, several blocks from the tracks, says the purchase is just one more example of â€œgovernment spending gone wild.â€? â€œThis is just more money being poured down a rat hole,â€? says Bryant. â€œI believe in widening Highway 1 because itâ€™s a capital project. Weâ€™re putting the cart way before the horse here and we need to step back and re-evaluate.â€? Members of the countyâ€™s Metropolitan Transit District are also worried. Though the board officially endorsed the purchase on April 23, the vote was not unanimous, and it came with the stipulation that the RTC promise that no funding would be siphoned from the county bus systemâ€™s $7.5 million tax-subsidized budget. MTD member and Scotts Valley Vice Mayor Dene Bustichi voted against supporting the acquisition, and as an RTC member, he says heâ€™s changed his mind â€œat least a dozen times.â€? â€œThe RTC is anticipating that we are going to be getting funds from passenger rail and renting [train
car] storage space,â€? he says. â€œOne, those funds have yet to materialize. And two, even if there are funds available, we donâ€™t know how much there will be. . . . Weâ€™re buying a rail line that doesnâ€™t operate efficiently and doesnâ€™t have enough activity to keep it going. We may have the money to purchase it, but do we have the money to maintain it?â€? Bustichiâ€™s concerns, however, have more to do with the financial wellbeing of the RTC than of Santa Cruz County residents. As owners of the rail corridor, the RTC would have several crisis-averting options if business tanks. And even if Sierra leaves, the tracks fall apart and a bevy of unanticipated costs arise, the losses would be borne by the state taxpayersupported RTC, not the local county government. Whoever ends up with the Santa Cruz Branch Line, most supporters and opponents of the purchase agree that its current use as a minor freight route and a major pedestrian highway for county drunks is a waste of resources. Whether a local agenda will revitalize the tracks into a legitimate transportation corridor or not, Santa Cruz County residents will likely have decades to decide for themselves. â€œI say let the people own it,â€? Swift says on the bumpy 12-mile-perhour train ride back from Watsonville. â€œIf not now, we could lose it forever.â€?
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New books on the alleged difference between male and female minds are popular, but theyâ€™re not especially scientific
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thanks to our â€œdifferentâ€? brains. If we do, weâ€™ll
2006, which, like this sequel, is all about
stages of understanding the
be marching backward into history.
how the brains of men and women are so
complexity of the brain. Small structural differences in the
Thatâ€™s why Iâ€™m alarmed to see Dr. Louann Brizendine, a California
vastly different. The Female Brain got massive coverage,
brains of men and women may mean
psychiatrist, come back with more dollops
including interviews on most of the TV
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of myth and pseudoscience in her new
morning network shows, 20-20 and CNN.
the most part, we just donâ€™t know.
book The Male Brain (Broadway; 2010).
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The Female Brain (Broadway), published in
Tribune and Oprah magazine, among others.
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1=D3@AB=@Gj53<23@C<03<23@ Scientific critics were not so kind. The British journal Nature called it â€œriddled with scientific errors.â€? Others pointed out that Brizendine jumped to conclusions based on tiny samples or very early research, used animal data to discuss human behavior and was sometimes just plain misinformed. She had to remove from the book a claim that women use 20,000 words a day while men use only 7,000. There was harder evidence behind the idea that men and women talk the same amount. The new book is breezy and readable, but has many of the same problems. Critic Emily Bazelon points out in her excellent New York Times review that â€œYouâ€™d never know from reading Brizendine that beneath the sea she blithely sails are depths that researchers have only just begun to chart.â€? Men, Brizendine claims, are rational systemizers and problem solvers who donâ€™t comprehend emotion. Women wail desperately at their mates, â€œYou donâ€™t understand!â€? while the men look blank. Her major citation, Bazelon points out, is a single, very small 2008 brain-scan study of 14 women and 12 men, which found a gender difference in part of a lab experiment that tried to simulate empathy. A great deal of evidence contradicts this tiny study.
Show Some Emotion Do men lack empathy and fail to understand emotion? Psychologist Faye Crosby of UCâ€“Santa Cruz says no. Crosby methodically examined the major, well-designed, scientific studies comparing males and females with regard to empathy, altruism, cooperativeness, nurturance and intimacy. She found â€œno conclusive evidence to show that men and women differ from one another in the extent to which they attend to and are good at interpersonal relationships.â€? In fact, in a number of the laboratory studies, men responded more strongly internally to emotional stimuli than women, but women show more emotion outwardly. Vanderbilt University psychologist Ann Kring, who studied findings on sex differences in emotion, said in a 1998 issue of The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology that: â€œIt is incorrect to make a blanket statement that women are more emotional than men. It is correct to say that women show their emotions more than men.â€? The Male Brain unfortunately tosses another log onto the media blaze about men and women having their â€œnaturalâ€? places. Men are the thinkers, the
systemizers, the rationalists. Women are the carers and the feelers. Cambridge University psychologist Simon Baron-Cohenâ€”who wrote the book The Essential Difference (2004)â€” says that males are good at leadership, decision-making and achievement, while females are suited for â€œmaking friends, mothering, gossiping and â€˜readingâ€™ your partner.â€? (He has been quoted in The New York Times, in a Newsweek cover story, in a PBS documentary and in many other major media outlets.) Baron-Cohen bases his claims on one study, conducted in his lab in 2000, of day-old infants purporting to show that baby boys looked longer at mobiles, while day-old baby girls looked longer at human faces.
â€˜The Male Brainâ€™ unfortunately tosses another log onto the media blaze about men and women having their â€˜naturalâ€™ plaes. Men are the thinkers, the systemizers, the rationalists. Women are the carers and the feelers. Elizabeth Spelke, co-director of Harvardâ€™s Mind, Brain and Behavior Interfaculty Initiative, utterly demolished this study. It has never been replicated, nor has it appeared in a peer-reviewed journal, she reported. Spelke found the study lacked critical controls against experimenter bias and Â¨
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Corpus of Evidence Even books that try to boost women can fall into this trap. In The Natural Leadership Talents of Women (2005), Helen E. Fisher claims women have superior relationship abilities because of the larger size of their corpus callosums, the nerve cables connecting the halves of the brain. â€œSo itâ€™s not surprising that women already hold over 60 percent of jobs in the booming service sector of the world economyâ€”another way they lead,â€? she says in the book. But peer-reviewed research finds no difference between men and women in the size of the corpus callosum. If women hold so many jobs in the service sector itâ€™s not because of their brains. Maybe itâ€™s because those jobs tend be lower-level ones that do not lead to the CEO track, where the power is. Steering women toward â€œcaring, relational jobsâ€? keeps them out of the highest-level positions. We have to tread lightly in the area of brain research, because of its dismal history. In the Victorian era, scientists packed cadaver skulls of white and black females and white and black males with lead pellets to measure brain size. The larger size of the white male brains, it was argued, meant that white males were the natural lords of creation, while the brains of white and black women and black men were â€œchildlikeâ€? in comparison. (Researchers used the brains of Hottentots, a group of blacks very small in stature, to rig the results.) We now know, of course, that slightly larger brains do not make men more intelligent than women. But this â€œscienceâ€? helped keep women out of universities and out of the voting booths for years. Caryl Rivers and Rosalind C. Barnett are authors of â€˜Same Difference: How Gender Myths Are Hurting Our Relationships, Our Children and Our Jobs.â€™
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Ittâ€™s a new new w orld, I gguess. uess.â€? Itâ€™s world, Barronâ€™s Westside, Westside, however, however, was was no no Barronâ€™s picnic, according according to to tthe he ffilm. ilm. D rugs picnic, Drugs abounded, fights fights were were cconstant onstant aand nd aan n abounded, established pecking pecking order order m eant tthat hat established meant young surfers surfers had had tto op rove tthemselves hemselves b oth young prove both in and and out out o he w ater iiff tthey hey w anted tto o in off tthe water wanted be welcome welcome in in tthe he n eighborhood. In n tthe he be neighborhood. film, no no one one eembodies mbodies tthe he h arshness o he film, harshness off tthe scene more more than than vvillain-sage illain-sage Vince Vince Collier. Collier. scene Dubbed the the â€œGodfather â€œGodfather o he W estside,â€? Dubbed off tthe Westside, Collier is is a eexpletive-hurling xpletive-hurling b east o an Collier beast off a m man who, in in voice-overs voice-o overs aand nd iinterviews, nterviews, ccandidly andidly who, recounts how, how, when when h asnâ€™t llording ording o ver recounts hee w wasnâ€™t over the surfer surfer pack pack llike ike tthe he u ltimate aalpha lpha w olf, the ultimate wolf, he would would run run d rugs ffor or m otorcycle ggangs angs he drugs motorcycle and torture torture debt-owing debt-o - wing m en iin n tthe he fforest. orest. and men Pomer says says he he ggrew rew u p tterrified errified o ollier, Pomer up off C Collier, sentiment the the o ther ssurfers urfers eecho, cho, b ut tthat hat a sentiment other but the man man showed showed ttough ough llove ove aand nd d rove tthe he the drove group to to surf surf h arder aand nd m ore tthan han tthe he group harder more rest of of Steamer Steamer L aneâ€™s h ordes w hile u sing rest Laneâ€™s hordes while using an iron iron fist fist tto o iinstill nstill aan nu nshakable ccode ode o an unshakable off loyalty among among them. them. loyalty â€œNo one one really really knew knew what what Vince Vince did did â€œNo when he he wasnâ€™t wasnâ€™t w ith aall ll o s,â€? ssays ays P omer. when with off u us, Pomer. â€œWhen he he opened opened u p ffor or tthe he ffilm, ilm, aall ll o â€œWhen up off u uss were like like â€˜Whoa. â€˜Whoa.â€™ I tthink hink h omes o ut aass were hee ccomes out
being p being pretty retty sscary, cary, b but ut aalso lso h having aving a ggood ood h eart.â€? heart. When the the credits credits rroll oll o nP omerâ€™s o pus, When on Pomerâ€™s opus, tthe he aaudience udience h asnâ€™t w itnessed a sstandard tandard hasnâ€™t witnessed ssurf urf fflick lick w ith iits ts w ide-angle ttube ube sshots, hots, with wide-angle b ig aairs irs aand nd h ot iindie ndie ssoundtrackâ€”though oundtrackâ€”though big hot eeach ach o hose ffeatures eatures eexists xists iin n tthe he ffilm ilm off tthose ((Pearl Pearl JJamâ€™s amâ€™s M ike M cCready w rote tthe he Mike McCready wrote b ulk o ts ttunes). unes). In nstead, ttheyâ€™ve heyâ€™ve sseen een a bulk off iits Instead, cclassic lassic ttale ale o riendship ttrumping rumping aadversity. dversity. off ffriendship A nd ffor or S anta C ruzans, ttheyâ€™ve heyâ€™ve b een ggiven iven And Santa Cruzans, been aan n eessential ssential p iece o he p uzzle o he ccityâ€™s ityâ€™s piece off tthe puzzle off tthe u nique m akeup. unique makeup. â€œI think think the the three three ssurfers urfers ttell ell u ot â€œI uss a llot aabout bout S anta C ruz,â€? ssays ays P omer. â€œâ€œMaybe Maybe Santa Cruz, Pomer. ttheyâ€™ll heyâ€™ll ttell ell p eople aabout bout tthemselves, hemselves, ttoo. oo.â€? people THE WESTSIDERS part T HE W ESTSIDERS sscreens creens aass pa rt ooff Cruz Film Fest tthe he SSanta anta C ruz F ilm F est oon n SSaturday, aturday, May 8,, aatt 6 6:30pm, Monday, M ay 8 :30pm, aand nd M onday, May Riverfront M ay 110, 0, aatt 111:30am 1:30am aatt tthe he R iverfront Twin Cinema, River T win C inema, 1155 55 SS.. R iver SSt., t., SSanta anta Cruz. Tickets $9, C ruz. T ickets aare re $ 9, aavailable vailable aatt www.ticketweb.com w ww.tickeetweb.com aand nd aatt tthe he ddoor. o r. oo For more visit www.thewestsiders F or m ore iinfo nfo v isit w ww.thewestsiders For ..com. com. F or a ccomplete omplete SSCFF CFF sschedule chedule visit www.scfilmfest.org. v isit w ww.scfilmfest.orrggg..
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THURS. MAY 6 â€˘ 7 PM â€˘ FREE!
Master Class Series PAUL CONTOS: THE LYRICAL SIDE OF JAZZ PLAYING All levels welcome!
MON. MAY 10 â€˘ 7 & 9 PM
STANLEY CLARKE/ HIROMI DUO $28/Adv $31/Door No Jazztix/Comps
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THURS. MAY 13 â€˘ 7 PM
ALONG CAME BETTY Original hard-bop jazz! $12/Adv $15/Door Jazz & Dinner: $24/60/Adv MON. MAY 17 â€˘ 7 PM
VIENNA TENG & ALEX WONG with special guest Paul Freeman opening
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John Jorgenson Quintet James Farm with Joshua Redman, Aaron Parks, Matt Penman & Eric Harland Carolina Chocolate Drops Paula West Quartet
Dinner served Mondays & Thursdays beginning at 6pm, serving premium wines & microbrewed beers. Snacks & desserts available all other nights. All age venue.
Advance tickets at Logos Books & Records and online at kuumbwajazz.org. Tickets subject to service charge and 5% S.C. City Admissions Tax.
Independently Produced Events FRI. MAY 7 â€˘ 8 PM
THE SINATRA SHOW: A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
featuring John Michael with Essence $22/Adv $25/Door Tickets: Santa Cruz Civic Box Office, 420-5260 & santacruztickets.com SAT. MAY 8 â€˘ 8 PM â€˘ $16/20
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MON. MAY 24 â€˘ 7 PM Afro-Cuban rhythms to folk, rock and swing!
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THE BLISSES â€œBLISS SONGSâ€? CD RELEASE with special guests DREAMBEACH & THE RED WINE SISTERS opening!
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Kaneshiro K aneshiro o off R Red ed C Cliff), l fff)), join lif join in in a three-way three-way oath brothers. o ath to to ffight ight ttogether ogether as as b rothers. The Th he battles battles continue continue the the filmâ€™s f ilmâ€™s postpostaapocalyptic pocalyptic lookâ€”itâ€™s lookâ€”itâ€™s a ggritty ritty modern modern war with Thereâ€™s more hitw ar w ith ttrenches. renches. T hereâ€™s m ore h itaand-run nd-run aaction ction iin n tthe he eearly arly ssequences, equences, as as Pang, Zhang Zhaoâ€™s militia on P ang, Z hang aand nd Z haoâ€™s m ilitia ffalls alls o na Taiping T aiping ssupply upply cconvoy onvoy ffiling iling tthrough hrough tthe he bear ccanyons: anyons: be ar ttraps raps ssnatch natch their their horsesâ€™ horsesâ€™ llegs, egs, aand nd tthe he ffighters ighters sslide lide down down from from tthe he ccliff liff ttops ops tto o ffinish inish tthe he sslaughter. laughter. The The Warlords Warlords isnâ€™t isnâ€™t quite quite bursting bursting with with comedy, comedy, but but there there is is some some dark dark humor humor in in the the staging staging of of Pangâ€™s Pangâ€™s meetings meetings with with the the civil civil authorities. authorities. Pang Pang and and the the throneâ€™s throneâ€™s servants servants negotiate negotiate at at shouting shouting distance distance across across the the cityâ€™s cityâ€™s concrete concrete courtyard, courtyard, like like neighbors neighbors yelling yelling at at each each other other across across a street. street. Itâ€™s Ittâ€™s strange strange that that director director Peter Peter Chan Chan didnâ€™t didnâ€™t show show us us the the story story from from the the point point of of view view of of the the bandit bandit Zhao: Zhao: in in trusting trusting the the authorities, authorities, he he risks risks the the most most and and has has the most to lose; he goes noble as his wellthe most to lose; he goes noble as his well-
born b orn rrival ival ggoes oes iignoble. gnoble. The The Warlords Warlords is is directed directed with with admirable admirable momentum, minimal m omentum, intelligence intelligence and and m inimal borrowing b orrowing from from Kurosawa. Kurosawa. The The realistic realistic ssides ides of of war war are are balanced, balanced, as as are are the the glory glory aand nd tthe he sshame. hame. The The ssense ense of of the the busted busted ttrust rust between between generals generals reminds reminds one one of of ssomething omething director director Claude Claude Autant-Lara Autant-Lara once wrote. o nce w rote. In In movies, movies, he he suggested, suggested, â€œthe â€œthe â€˜â€˜comradery comradery of of warâ€™ warâ€™ is is presented presented with with iincomparable ncomparable deceit deceit as as a â€˜â€˜brotherhoodâ€™ brotherhoodâ€™ . . . false a fa false brotherhood brotherhood . . . that that I challenge challenge absolutely, absolutely, having having some some true true sense sense of of brotherhood, brotherhood, of of its its nature nature and and of of its its ends. ends.â€?
THE THE WARLORDS WARLORDS (R; (R; 110 110 min.), min.), directed directed by by Peter Peter Chan, Chan, written written bbyy Chun Chun Tin Tin Nam, Nam, et et al., al., photographed photographed by by Arthur Arthur Wong Wong and and starring starring Jet Jet Li Li and and Andy Andy Lau, Lau, plays plays Wedâ€“Thu Wedâ€“Thu at at the the Nickelodeon. Nickeelodeon.
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Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard star in one of the most glamorous films ever made, about a beautiful, wacky call girl and the handsome writer who falls for her. (Plays Sat-Sun at Aptos Cinema.) 1/A/0:/<1/(1942) Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman shine in romance about two Nazi resistance fighters whose ill-starred affair comes back to haunt them in a locale far from the original scene. (Plays Thu at Santa Cruz 9.) 6/@@G0@=E< (R; 102 min.) Probably indefensible but far better than the average customary raging-geezer vigilante movie; weâ€™ve seen this movie before but rarely done this crazy, almost halfway to Gaspar NoĂŠ in its fatefulness,
grim urban surfaces and misanthropy. Michael Caine as Harry Brownâ€”a cautious, ill old Londoner with little left to loseâ€”gives us everything Caine ever had in his prime: here is both the decency and the steel beneath it. Itâ€™s a happy experience watching Brown slowly decide to do what this movie assures him he needs to do. But Harry Brown isnâ€™t dead from the neck up. Director Daniel Barber disguises the manipulation in the film as best he can. He finds pity in the story. (Opens Fri at Nickelodeon.) (RvB)
of the original suggested they might, Jon Favreau and Robert Downey Jr. take another whack at the Iron Man story, this time upping the ante in the form of an evil Russian weaponsmaker (Mickey Rourke). (Opens Thu midnight at 41st Ave, Santa Cruz 9 and Scotts Valley and Fri at Green Valley.) :3BB3@AB=8C:73B
(PG) Amanda Seyfriend vehicle tells the story of an American tourist in Italy who stumbles onto an enchanting letter and decides to learn more about the writer. With Vanessa Redgrave and Gael Garcia Bernal. (Sneak preview Sun at Santa Cruz 9.)
7@=<;/< (2008) A taste of the original to wet your whistle. Weapons manufacturer Robert Downey Jr. is kidnapped in Afghanistan and hatches his greatest weapon yet in order to escape. He goes on to become the most likable character ever to drive a bipedal death machine. With Jeff Bridges, Gwyneth Paltrow and well-timed riffs from the Black Sabbath song. Directed by Jon Favreau. (Plays Thu at Santa Cruz 9.)
B63A?C/@3(R; 125 min.) A former Australian stuntman directs this nourish thriller about love, petty crime and a heist gone terribly wrong. (Opens Fri at the Nickelodeon.)
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Derek Zoolander, a emptyheaded, washedup model. With Owen Wilson as a rival male model and Will Ferrell as a lily-livered designer who unwillingly snares Zoolander in an evil plot. Stiller directs. (Plays FriSat midnight at Del Mar.)
(PG-13; 104 min.) A new kind of dreadful. Jennifer Lopez plays Zoe, a Manhattan boutique pet-store owner who has decided to have a turkeybaster babe. Shortly after insemination, she meets Stan (Alex Oâ€™Loughlin, combining the least interesting elements of Dermot Mulroney and Keanu Reeves). The typical romcom hunk has been greenwashed here; Stan runs a gourmet cheese stall and has a herd of goats upstate. He apparently milks them through osmosis, because the farm goes on the backburner. The movie is a bizarre mix of the bland, expensive and clinical, yet Zoe goes into labor with perfect makeup on and an orchid behind her ear. No relief by Michaela Watkins as Zoeâ€™s best
pal, a bitter housewife; her four kids seem to be raising themselves, like Zoeâ€™s pets and Stanâ€™s goats. (RvB) 4C@@GD3<53/<13
(PG; 92 min.) Brendan Fraser reprises his role as a bungling family man, this time taking on a set of woodland creatures determined to save their forest from development. With Brooke Shields and Ricky Garcia. B6356=ABE@7B3@
(PG-13; 136 min.) Roman Polanskiâ€™s goodlooking thriller follows a British journalist (Ewan McGregor) hired to clean up the memoirs of a British prime minister (Pierce Brosnan) whose previous ghost writer has just turned up dead. With Kim Cattrall as the PMâ€™s curvaceous chief of staff and Olivia Williams as his intellectual wife. (CW) B6357@:E7B6B63 2@/5=<B/BB==
(Unrated; 158 min.) Stieg Larssonâ€™s book is the hottest thing going in mysteries right now, and thankfully, director Niels Arden Oplev and screenwriters Nikolaj Arcel and Rasmus Heisterberg recognized that more important
than any of the hype swirling around the book is the protagonist at its center, Lisbeth Salander. She is the girl with the dragon tattoo, and sheâ€™s maybe the best fictional character to come around yet this century. Swedish actress Noomi Rapace is absolutely incredible in her ability to bring Lisbeth to life. She is a force of nature, pure and simple. Lisbeth is hired to dig up dirt on Mikael (Michael Nyqvist) but ends up helping him investigate the disappearance many years ago of Harriet, heiress to a creepy, feuding family of millionaires. Though it may use the U.S. title, the movie doesnâ€™t shy away from the bookâ€™s unrelenting critique of the violence that society allows men to perpetuate against women, and though the scenes with certain unsavory characters may have been cut down in number, they are still surprisingly graphic. Luckily, Lisbeth is womankindâ€™s ultimate revenge fantasy come trueâ€”sooner or later, her boots are gonna walk all over absolutely everyone. (SP)
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Sublime, but not dainty. Due to a wormhole, observed by a hot tub repairman or a Time Lord or something (Chevy Chase), three idiots (Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and the ever soulful John Cusack) are transported back to their happier past at a ski resort in 1986. Accidentally transported with them is 24-yearold Jacob (the hilarious Clark Duke), a depressed middle-aged-man-intraining whose life may depend on the events of the night to come. Certainly the funniest and grimiest film since The Hangover, but Hot Tub Time Machineâ€™s editing is ruthless, almost to the point of resembling a coming-attractions reel. Rather than looking like a frenzied mess, however, it is more like there was some brilliant four-hour version that was cut down to a ragged but right shape. Director Steve Pink scripted High Fidelity; Cusack and Corddry do things here that you will still be laughing about 10 years from now: examples being Corddryâ€™s violent unplugging of himself from a hospital bed or Cusackâ€™s monologue about the day life went wrong for him, a tale as funny as the story in Gremlins about the Santa who ruined Christmas. (RvB) 9719/AA (R; 117 min.) Dave, a home-brewed costumed vigilante
(Aaron Johnson), meets up with real professionals in the field: a Batman and Robinâ€“esque father-anddaughter team (Nicolas Cage, and the excellent Chloe Moretz, who was the wise little girl in (500) Days of Summer). Entertaining in parts, but director Matthew Vaughn has no feeling for the romance and mystery and vigilante lore: the movie has a nasty fan-boy quality, a hermetic focus that doesnâ€™t see anything beyond the purpose of beating bad guys bloody. Cage carries the movieâ€™s ambiguity deftlyâ€”heâ€™s enough of a serious comic book reader that he knows itâ€™s a dreadful thing when a father bends his child to revenge. Bloody-minded little girls (thank heaven for them) may like Moritz. Itâ€™s nuts to call Kick-Ass the next Watchmen. The slamming violence and the dullard noms de guerre these superheroes pick for themselves show a comicbook tradition at the end of a line. (RvB) :/;7AA7=< (R; 125 min.) Che (Benjamin Bratt) is an S.F. Muni conductor, a hobby mechanic and an ex-con, single-parenting his son, Jesse (Jeremy Ray Valdez). What he doesnâ€™t know is that Jesse has a secret lifeâ€”and a boyfriend who lives in St. Francis Wood. Cheâ€™s outright rage at his sonâ€™s sexuality is tempered by the attentions of his lovely new neighbor Lena (Erika
Alexander). Any positive representation of Aztlan has to be applauded; the scenes of highly polished lowriders gliding through the Mission make their own statement of beauty and pride. Bratt is the definition of movie-star gravity: a man doing nothing but thinking about stuff and making it look interesting. The film, then, is a celebration of San Francisco. Problem is, San Francisco may be San Francisco, but it is still a city. So some hardto-credit idealization mixes uneasily with real, street-level violence. (And itâ€™s one thing to make a Sundance movie, another to openly filch a scene from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.) La Mission is a kind of overexemplified view of San Francisco as a city of healing and refuge: a vision of a place where everyone is wounded, and almost everyone heals each other. (RvB) B63:=A3@A (PG-13; 98
min.) A CIA covert ops team is betrayed and left for dead in the Bolivian jungle, then has to battle an unseen enemy. Zoe Saldana, Jason Patric, Idris Elba. =13/<A(G; 100 min.) The dearth of narrative thrust and useful informational tidbits are a downsideâ€”the creatures swimming by are sometimes identified, sometimes not. Theyâ€™re arranged by cuteness, color and shape rather than by districts of the
ocean, as in the sturdy zonal structure of Earth. Bruno Coulais, the rising composer whose work was key to the success of The Secret of Kells and Coraline, is adept with musical scoring: the organ is never too heavy and the harp is never too light. Youâ€™ll want to miss most of the text; because this is Disney, the anthropomorphic angle is heavy; narrator Pierce Brosnan salutes the ancient wisdom of a sheepshead wrasse, the smoochiness of a walrus and the smiling face of our friend the Great White Shark. Oceansâ€™ cuteness is, you know, for the kids; itâ€™s moments to clutch like a blanket when seeing the bottomless appetites underwater: a horrorsequence of a school of sardines under Scud attack by plummeting cormorants, frigate birds picking off a beachful of baby tortoises as if they were popcorn and a vicious crab/langouste bout thatâ€™s as bad as any streetfight. (RvB) B63A31@3B7<B637@ 3G3A (R; 127 min.) The
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E STARTED with prawns diavola and ended with decadent cannoli. In between we feasted on home-cooked Italian food, Jersey-style. A vibrant neighborhood haunt with no pretensions and plenty of gusto, Lillianâ€™s Italian Kitchen has come into its own. Those expecting the Italian cuisine of Italy will quickly be set straight. Lillianâ€™s is an authentic Italian-American joint with so much meatball-and-marinara attitude it will bring a tear to the eye of any East Coast native. â€œI could be at Robertoâ€™s on the Shore,â€? rhapsodized my companion Jack, launching into his second mouthwatering meatball. And he was right. Lillianâ€™s caters to East Coast expats by providing warm, almost maternal service, kitchen-table casualness and a Sunday gravy to match your great-aunt Zeldaâ€™s. Imagine a family-run version of Buca di Beppo and youâ€™d be getting close. No wonder the entire Eastside loves to wait and wait for a table on weekends, checking cell phones for an alert that their tableâ€”one of only a dozen or so in this tiny trattoriaâ€”is finally ready. Most find the wait well worthwhile, and after a few sips of wine and a bite of my succulent prawn appetizer ($14.95), I had to agree. Jack had wisely ordered a green salad to keep us company on our odyssey through the world of garlicky red sauce ($5). I fell instantly in love with a big tumbler of
>/@BG=</>:/B3 If Lillianâ€™s black truff le-stuffed gnocchi with Gorgonzola cream sauce and New York steak doesnâ€™t do the trick, nothing will.
Martin Ranch Sangiovese ($9.50) while Jack nursed his Chianti Classico ($7.50). Seated comfortably at our plainly set table (there are no white tablecloths here, just paper napkins and simple cutlery), we prepared ourselves for a treat. The place practically levitates with joy, every table packed with families, grandfolks and couples eating like it was South Philly or something. After plowing through the zesty salad of hearts of romaine, cherry tomatoes and grated carrots slathered in a nicely balanced vinaigrette, we entered the heart of the Lillianâ€™s experience: Sunday gravy. Based on the meaty, garlicky homecooked marinara that formed the centerpiece of Sunday dinner in, oh,
Brooklyn, East Orange or Newark circa 1955, the Sunday gravy is f lat-out dreamy. I ordered mine with well-made house Italian sausage over a gold mine of perfectly cooked penne ($11.95). Lillianâ€™s Sunday gravy is distinguished by its lavish use of pork, beef, sausage and spare ribs over your choice of penne, linguine or polenta. But you can mix and match with the house ravioli (add $2), thanks to this pasta-driven menu. Jack ordered a noticeably fiery version of arrabbiata over penne ($8.95) with a side of stellar meatballs ($4). Killer meatballs. Meatballs to make a grown man refuse to believe in cholesterol. For dessert we shared a textbook version of crisp cannoli filled with chocolate-studded ricotta, maraschino
cherry and orange zest ($5.50). Sigh. â€œThis is the only believable cannoli Iâ€™ve had on the West Coast!â€? Jack swore. Yes, we had fun with this unapologetically upbeat, nondesigner food. Even though Lillianâ€™s f lirts with urban attitude, it is smack dab in the middle of Soquel Avenue. Thereâ€™s a little Jersey in all of us. Lillianâ€™s just helps it step into the light.
1116 Soquel Ave., Santa Cruz 831.425.2288 Lunch Tueâ€“Fri noonâ€“2pm; dinner Monâ€“Fri 5â€“9pm, Sat 4â€“10pm, closed Sun; no reservations
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Indian. Authentic Indian dishes and specialties served in a comfortable dining room. Lunch buffet daily 11:30am-2:30pm; dinner daily 5pm to close. www.ambrosiaib.com. American and specialty dishes from the British and Emerald Isles. Full bar. Children welcome. Happy hour Mon-Fri 2-6pm. Open daily 11am to 2am. Italian. Ambience reminiscent of a small trattoria in the streets of Italy, serving handmade lasagna, pasta dishes, gnocchi and fresh fish. Wed-Sun, lunch 11am-2pm, dinner 5-9pm. Continental California cuisine. Breakfast all week 6:30-11am, lunch all week 11am-2pm; dinner Fri-Sat 5-10pm, Sun-Thu 5-9pm. www.seacliffinn.com.
H/;33<;327B3@@/<3/< Middle Eastern/Mediterranean. Fresh, fast, flavorful. Gourmet
7528 Soquel Dr, 831.688.4465
meat and vegetarian kebabs, gyros, falafel, healthy salads and Mediterranean flatbread pizzas. Beer and wine. Dine in or take out. Tue-Sun 11am-8pm.
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104 Stockton Ave, 831.479.8888
All day breakfast. Burgers, gyros, sandwiches and 45 flavors of Marianneâ€™s and Polar Bear ice cream. Open 8am daily.
>/@/27A3ACA67 Japanese. This pretty and welcoming sushi bar serves superfresh 200 Monterey Ave, 831.464.3328 fish in unusual but well-executed sushi combinations. Wed-Mon 11:30am-9pm.
California Continental. Swordfish and other seafood specials. Dinner Mon-Thu 5:30-9:30pm; Fri 5-10pm; Sat 4-10:30pm; Sun 4-9pm.
1750 Wharf Rd, 831.475.1511
AB=19B=<0@72535@7::3 Mediterranean tapas. Innovative menu, full-service bar,
231 Esplanade, 831.464.1933
international wine list and outdoor dining with terrific views in the heart of Capitola Village. Open daily.
203 Esplanade, 831.475.4900
California cuisine. Nightly specials include prime rib and lobster. Daily 7am-2am.
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$ Santa Cruz
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1116 Pacific Ave, 831. 426.7588
1141 Soquel Ave, 831. 426.5664
110 Church St, 831.429.2000
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2218 East Cliff Dr, 831.476.4560
$ Santa Cruz
460 Seventh Ave, 831.477.2908
1134 Soquel Ave, 831.429.6994
$$ Santa Cruz
$$ Santa Cruz
303 Soquel Ave, 831.426.7770
1102 Pacific Ave, 837.420.0135
Mexican/Seafood/American. Traditional Mexican favorites. Best fajitas, chicken mole, coconut prawns, blackened prime rib! Fresh seafood. Over 50 premium tequilas, daily happy hour w/ half-price appetizers. Sun-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm. California organic meets Southeast Asian street food. Organic noodle & rice bowls, vegan menu, fish & meat options, Vietnamese-style sandwiches, eat-in or to-go. Consistent winner â€œBest Cheap Eats.â€? Open daily 11am-11pm. American, California-style. With a great bar scene, casually glamorous setting and attentive waitstaff. Full bar. Mon-Sat 11:30am-10pm, Sun 1-10pm. Crepes and more. Featuring the spinach crepe and Tunisian donut. Full bar. Mon-Thu 11am-midnight, Fri 11am-1am, Sat 10am-1am, Sun 10am-midnight. Seafood. Fresh seafood, shellfish, Midwestern aged beef, pasta specialties, abundant salad bar. Kids menu and nightly entertainment. Harbor and Bay views. Lunch and dinner daily. Mexican. Serving breakfast all day. Popular for our street tacos and handmade Salvadoran pupusas. Vegetarian options made w/ local fresh vegetables & organic tofu. Daily 9: 30am-9:30pm. Americana. Ribs, steaks and burgers are definitely the stars. Full bar. Lunch Mon-Sat 11:30am-2:30pm; dinner Sun-Thu 5:30-9:30pm, Fri-Sat 5:30-10pm. California/full-service bakery. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. â€œBest Eggs Benedict in Town.â€? Happy Hour Mon-Fri 5-6pm. Halfprice appetizers; wines by the glass. Daily 8am-9pm.
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516 Front St, 831.421.0706 8=6<<GÂ¸A6/@0=@A723
493 Lake Ave, 831.479.3430
â€™60s Vegas meets â€™50s Waikiki. Amazing dining experience in kitchy yet swanky tropical setting. Fresh fish, great steaks, vegetarian. Full-service tiki bar. Happy-hour tiki drinks. Aloha Fri, Sat lunch 11:30am-5pm. Dinner nightly 5pm-close. Japanese Fusion. Sushi bar, sake bar, vegetarian, seafood, steak in fun atmosphere; kids play area; karaoke every night. Open seven days 5-10pm; Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm. Seafood/California. Fresh catch made your way! Plus many other wonderful menu items. Great view. Full bar. Happy hour Mon-Fri. Brunch Sat-Sun 10am-2pm. Open daily.
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Italian. La Posta serves Italian food made in the old styleâ€” simple and delicious. Wed-Thu 5-9pm, Fri-Sat 5-9:30pm and Sun 5-8pm.
$$ Santa Cruz
Fine Mexican cuisine. Opening daily at noon.
$$ Santa Cruz
49B Municipal Wharf, 831.458.9393 1319 Pacific Ave, 831.420.1700
555 Soquel Ave, 831.458.2321
270 Soquel Ave, 831.427.2400
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105 Walnut Ave, 831.423.2020
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Thai. Individually prepared with the freshest ingredients, plus ambrosia bubble teas, shakes. Mon-Thu 11:30am-9:30pm, Fri 11:30am-10pm, Sat noon-10pm, Sun noon-9:30pm. Italian-American. Mouthwatering, generous portions, friendly service and the best patio in town. Full bar. Lunch Indian. World-famous Indian curries, vegetarian and nonvegetarian dishes. Authentic Indian food at affordable prices. $8.95 lunch buffet Mon-Thu 11:30am -2:30pm; Fri-Sun 11am-3pm. Irish pub and restaurant. Informal pub fare with reliable execution. Lunch and dinner all day, open Mon-Fri 11:30ammidnight, Sat-Sun 11:30am-1:30am. Wine bar with menu. Flawless plates of great character and flavor; sexy menu listings and wines to match. Lunch Wed-Sat noon2pm; dinner Mon-Thu 5-10pm, Fri-Sat 5-11pm, Sun 4-10pm; retail shop Mon 5pm-close, Tue-Sat noon-close, Sun 4pm-close. Pizza. Specializing in authentic Sicilian and square pizza. Homemade pasta, fresh sandwiches, soups, salads and more. Hot slices always ready. Sun-Thu 10am-9:30pm, Fri-Sat 10am-11pm. Pizza. Pizza, fresh salads, sandwiches, wings, desserts, beers on tap. Patio dining, sports on HDTV and free WiFi. Large groups and catering. Open and delivering Fri-Sat 11am-2am, Mon-Thu 11am-1am, Sun 11am-midnight.
A1=BBAD/::3G $ 63/D3<:G1/43 American. Serving breakfast and lunch daily. Large parties Scotts Valley 1210 Mt. Hermon Rd, 831.335.7311 welcome. Mon-Fri 6:30am-2:15pm, Sat-Sun 7am-2:45pm. $ 87/B3::/Â¸A Scotts Valley 5600 #D Scotts Valley Dr, 831.438.5005
Cambodian. Fresh kebabs, seafood dishes, soups and noodle bowls with a unique Southeast Asian flair. Beer and wine available. Patio dining. Sun-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm.
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Astrology Free Will
By Rob Brezsny
For the week of May 5 /@73A (March 21â€“April 19): Hip-hop music definitely needs to include more tuba playing. I think thatâ€™s whatâ€™s missing from it. Likewise, the sport of skateboarding would benefit from having more dogs and monkeys that can master its complexities; the state of journalism could be improved by including more babies as reporters; and you Aries folks would significantly upgrade your life by learning how to play the game of cricket. (If you believe everything I just said, youâ€™ll be equally gullible when a little voice in your head tries to convince you to seek out things you donâ€™t really need or adopt behavior that doesnâ€™t suit you.) B/C@CA (April 20â€“May 20): Among the ancient Anglo-Saxons, the month of May was called â€œThrimilce.â€? The word referred to the fact that cows were so productive at this time of year that they could be milked three times a day. I thought of that as I studied your current astrological data, Taurus. During this yearâ€™s Thrimilce, you are almost impossibly fertile and abundant and creative. My advice is to give generously, but not to the point of exhaustion: the equivalent of three times a day, but not four. 53;7<7 (May 21â€“June 20): In accordance with the astrological omens, I encourage you to seek out a concentrated period of sweet oblivion. Not a numb, narcotized limbo. Not a mournful unconsciousness thatâ€™s motivated by a depressive urge to give up. No, Gemini: The mental blankness that you cultivate should be generated by a quest to rejuvenate yourself, and it must have qualities of deliciousness and delight. You not only have a need to rest and recharge in a lush nowhereâ€”you also have the right to do so.
1/<13@ (June 21â€“July 22): A while back, I gave my readers this homework: â€œTell a story about the time a divine intervention reached down and altered your course in one tricky, manic swoop.â€? A woman named Kelly testified as follows: â€œAt first I was disturbed to find I couldnâ€™t identify the last time Spirit descended into my midst with a forceful intervention. But finally I realized why: I have been working to make my whole life be guided by the Spirit of my Higher Power, as a deep undercurrent. That way I donâ€™t need bolts of lightening to fix my course.â€? This is a useful lesson, Cancerian. Itâ€™s an excellent time for you to follow Kellyâ€™s lead. Ask yourself how you could cultivate a deep, abiding undercurrent of the good inf luence you want to have guide you, thereby making lightning bolts of divine intervention unnecessary. :3= ( July 23â€“Aug. 22): The exact height of Mt. Everest has proved challenging to determine. Even using modern scientific methods, different teams of surveyors have come up with varying measurements. The problem is not simply with the calculations themselves. The worldâ€™s tallest peak is definitely evolving. Shifts in the earthâ€™s tectonic plates work to raise it up and move it northeastward. But thereâ€™s also evidence that the melting of its glaciers due to climate change is causing it to shrink. A member of one mountain climbing expedition said, â€œIf Everest is bobbing up and down, we must hope to catch it on a low day.â€? I bring this to your attention, Leo, in order to offer you a metaphor for the coming weeks. Your version of Mt. Everest is shriveling. Get ready to ascend. D7@5= (Aug. 23â€“Sept. 22): Have you been lusting after spiritual traditions other than your own? Have you been fantasizing about cheating on the deity youâ€™ve always been faithful to, and seeking a taboo liaison with a strange and exciting god from another part of reality? If so, Virgo, thatâ€™s a good sign. I suspect you could use a few adjustments to your familiar relationship with the Divine Wow. After all, you have gone through a lot of changes since the last time you hammered out your definitive theories about the meaning of life. What made good sense for you back then canâ€™t be completely true for you any more. So feel free to let your mind wander in the direction of holy experiments.
:70@/ (Sept. 23â€“Oct. 22): When a girl is born, her ovaries already contain all the eggs she will ever have. What this means, of course, is that a part of you was in your grandmotherâ€™s womb as well as in your motherâ€™s. Now would be an excellent time to celebrate that primal fact. Your connection with your
motherâ€™s mother is especially important these days. I suggest you meditate on what gifts and liabilities you received from her (genetic and otherwise), and how you might be able to make better use of the gifts even as you take steps to outwit the liabilities.
A1=@>7= (Oct. 23â€“Nov. 21): Who is the person most unlike you in the world? I suggest you study that person for tips on how to improve your life. What are the healthy experiences you are least attracted to? You might want to meditate on exactly why theyâ€™re so unappealing, and use that information to update your ideas about yourself. What are the places on the earth that you long ago decided you would never visit? I invite you to fantasize being in those places and enjoying yourself. Can you guess why Iâ€™m calling this Opposite Week, Scorpio? A/57BB/@7CA (Nov. 22â€“Dec. 21): Are you in a trance or a rut or a jam? If so, excuse yourself. Itâ€™s break time! You need spaciousness. You need slack. You need to wander off and do something different from what you have been doing. If thereâ€™s any behavior you indulge in with manic intensity, drop it for a while. If youâ€™ve been caught up in a vortex of excruciating sincerity or torturous politeness, shake it off and be more authentic. Of all the good reasons you have for relaxing your death-grip, hereâ€™s one of the best: Life canâ€™t bring you the sublime gift it has for you until you interrupt your pursuit of a mediocre gift. 1/>@71=@< (Dec. 22â€“Jan. 19): The state of Texas is a Capricorn, having become part of the United States on Dec. 29, 1845. At that time, it was granted the right to divide itself into five separate states at some future date. So far it hasnâ€™t chosen to do so, and I would advise it to continue that policy. I extend the same counsel to all of my Capricorn readers. From an astrological perspective, this is not a favorable time for you to break yourself up into subsections. On the contrary: I suggest you sow unity and solidarity among your various parts.
/?C/@7CA ( Jan. 20â€“Feb. 18): Iâ€™m all for recycling, composting, and carpooling. Anything you and I can do to reduce our carbon footprint is brilliant. But I also agree with author Chris Hedges, who says, â€œThe reason the ecosystem is dying is not because we still have a dryer in our basement. It is because corporations look at everything, from human beings to the natural environment, as exploitable commodities. It is because consumption is the engine of corporate profits.â€? So beyond our efforts to save the earth by adjusting our own individual habits, weâ€™ve got to revise the way corporations work. Now letâ€™s apply this way of thinking to the specific personal dilemma youâ€™re facing right now: Itâ€™s important for you to change yourself, yesâ€”and Iâ€™m glad youâ€™re taking responsibility for your role in the complicationsâ€”but you will also have to transform the system youâ€™re part of. >7A13A (Feb. 19â€“March 20): Every year Americans fork over six times as much money on buying lottery tickets as they do on going to the movies, according to the documentary film Lucky. Yet many people who actually buck the improbable odds regard their â€œluckâ€? as a curse. â€œWinning the lottery is like throwing Miracle-Gro on all your character defects,â€? said one person. Let this serve as a cautionary tale for you in the coming months, Pisces. To get ready for the good things that are headed your way, you should work to purify any darkness thatâ€™s lurking in your unconscious.
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