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Dec 20 Published in Santa Cruz Warriors, Reflections, Local News, Local Doings, Local Business, downtown, Current Events, Cruzioworks, Cruzio, coworking by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Cruzio's Industy — telecommunications — keeps changing and our valiant staff works hard to stay ahead of the curve. Every year, we adopt new technology and even invent new ways of doing business. 2012 was a busy year for us, culminating in a being named Business of the Year from the Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce (a huge honor!)Here's a look back at we've
Jun 22 Published in Local News, Local Event, Local Doings, Local Business, downtown, Cruzioworks, Cruzio, California Economics, Business Referral by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
Wonderful party/showcase last week when hundreds of people came to celebrate local business at the Think Local First mixer at Cruzioworks in downtown Santa Cruz.
Jul 14 Published in Santa Cruz, Movies, downtown by Cruzio Reporter | Comment (0)
It's the last one.
The last movie from the last book.
The books-on-CD have been made. The author has moved on. It's our last chance to celebrate this tremendous imaginary world that so many of us love.
Santa Cruz was out in full force. The line in front of the Cinema 9 started on Tuesday for a midnight Thursday show. Photos, starting from the back of the
Oct 29 Published in Upcoming Events, television, Santa Cruz, Politics, Political Ads, Non Profit, Local Projects, Local News, Local Event, Internet TV, downtown, Current Events, community media, Community, California Politics by CTVsantacruz | Comment (0)
Tune into Community Television of Santa Cruz County on Election Night for
the best and most extensive local coverage of election results and analysis.
Beginning at 7:30pm on Comcast Ch 26/Charter Ch 72, and live streaming at
http://communitytv.org/ctv2, CTV’s election coverage will feature special
hosts and guests from around the county, including Fred Keeley,
Oct 05 Published in television, Santa Cruz, Politics, Non Profit, Local News, Local Event, Local Doings, Local Business, Internet TV, facebook, election 2010, downtown, Current Events, community media, Community by CTVsantacruz | Comment (0)
Community TV has lots going on around the upcoming November 2010 Elections.
CTV will be covering the election LIVE on November 2, Election Night. We will present local real time results and analysis late into the night. You can catch the action on CTV's Comcast 26/Charter 72 channel, which also streams live on the internet thanks to a generous donation
Sep 28 Published in Upcoming Events, television, Santa Cruz, Non Profit, Nightlife, Local Event, high school football, fun, downtown, community media, Community by CTVsantacruz | Comment (0)
CTV will be hosting its first Fundraiser/Auction event on Friday, October 1, 2010 from 6pm to 9pm in our downtown Santa Cruz studio at 816 Pacific Avenue. Dinner and cocktails will be served at 6pm with the Program and Live Auction to follow at 7pm.
Aug 26 Published in stuff we like, Santa Cruz, Nightlife, Movies, Local Event, Local Doings, inspiration, happy time, happy time, fun, Extraordinary Sights, downtown, design, Best of 2008, art, Academy Awards by ilovesweat | Comment (0)
if you're not afraid to try something different, it might be fun to see "man on wire" under the stars this friday. wordsmith blogged about the guerilla drive-in a few weeks back and it sounds exciting. they're showing man on wire under the soquel bridge in the san lorenzo park this friday, are you going? "man on wire" won the best documentary oscar last
May 26 Published in stuff we like, Santa Cruz, Local Business, downtown by ilovesweat | Comment (1)
this weekend seemed pretty busy for local businesses. village yoga's 10 am saturday class was crowded with lots of out-of-towners anxious for 90 minutes of bending, stretching and compressing.
zoccoli's is always crowded on a saturday and this weekend was no exception. hats off to all the wonderful staff there. despite being slammed they still provided
May 01 Published in Santa Cruz, Photos, Extraordinary Sights, downtown, art by ilovesweat | Comment (1)
national dance week started off on the right foot. the nocturnal sunshine finale was hot, to say the
Mar 24 Published in Santa Cruz, Photos, downtown, art by ilovesweat | Comment (2)
if you stay in downtown santa cruz long enough, you're bound to see (or hear) curtis reliford, the founder of the follow your heart action network. ever since katrina, curtis has been hauling donations from santa cruz to louisiana to help with the ongoing recovery efforts. a modern-day johnny appleseed, planting inspiration in everyone he meets. i really
Mar 17 Published in Santa Cruz, Observances, downtown, assive things by ilovesweat | Comment (0)
free barbeque when? where? If you can make it to the whole foods tomorrow (thurs. mar 18) between noon and 4, they're offering free barbeque in front of the store. i don't think you even have to walk inside! if, like me, you're stuck downtown, take advantage of new leaf's deal on organic strawberries—two 8-oz. containers for 3 bucks—that's like two-for-one!
Feb 03 Published in Santa Cruz, Nightlife, music, local color, downtown, Amgen Tour by SmileyFaced | Comment (0)
Tour Downtown Santa Cruz with friends! Join the Post AmGen PubCrawl!
After the finish on Day 2 of the AmGen Bike Tour of California, gather all your friends and take your own Tour of Santa Cruz with Santa Cruz Pub Crawls.
Cruzio Event Listing Here -- Post AmGen PubCrawl
All of these venues offer great local flavor. Whether you are a Santa Cruz
Oct 16 Published in really good food, local color, downtown by jessibird | Comment (0)
I'm very happy to report that the Cafe Campesino kiosk on Pacific Avenue in downtown Santa Cruz has been allowed to stay! There had been some doubt, but the cafe's customers signed a petition in droves. I suspect that helped the city decide in favor of Dina Torres, the owner.
Hooray! ¡Ándale! Go and get your nourishing, affordable and absolutely scrumptious
Jun 09 Published in music, downtown by jessibird | Comment (1)
One day, after buying a sunflower at the downtown farmers' market, I parked my bike to hang out and listen to the Zimbabwean marimba band. (Add "bouncing dorkily to traditional African rhythms" to the list of stuff white people like!)
Normally I'd pass them by, finding the repetitive tunes extremely boring. Yesterday was different.