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Bruin Roundup

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The Mountain Gardener: A visit to the lush Pacific Northwest

- Editor’s note: Columnist Jan Nelson wrote this week’s The Mountain Gardener during a visit to her sister’s home in British Columbia, Canada.

Scotts Valley Multicultural Fair postponed due to severe weather conditions

Multicultural Fair
UPDATE (May 2): Due to upcoming severe weather, the Scotts Valley Multicultural Fair on Saturday, May 4, at Skypark has been postponed. A new date for the third annual event is set for Sept. 7. ***ORIGINAL STORY*** The United States of America is the ultimate melting...

24th Brookdale Bluegrass Festival delivers a jam-tastic weekend

Brookdale Bluegrass and American Roots Festival
The Brookdale Bluegrass and American Roots Festival held its 24th incarnation at the Brookdale Lodge over the weekend and was blessed with lovely weather—a stark contrast with the no-power edition of 2023. Doreen Heath, a woman walking around with fiddle in hand, said she’d made...

Summer vibes return to Skypark with Food Truck Fridays and Taco Tuesdays

Food Trucks
You know that summer is almost here when the convoy of food trucks comes back to Skypark. Starting Friday, April 26, Food Trucks a Go Go presents Food Truck Fridays, the area’s largest food truck festival with new owners Josh and Teresa Swart. Head to...

News Briefs | Published April 5, 2024

News Briefs
Valley Churches United kicks off 2024 Bucks For Hunger drive Valley Churches United is kicking off its 34th annual spring Bucks For Hunger fundraising drive with a mailing that community residents have recently received. Its year-round food pantry is looking forward to the community support that...

News Briefs | Published April 12, 2024

News Briefs
Model Railroad Showcase set for April 13-14 California Central Coast Model Railroad Club will display its On30 modular railroad at Roaring Camp Railroads on April 13-14. These avid hobbyists will be exhibiting and operating their On30 modular railway in Bret Harte Hall, from 9:30am-3:30pm Saturday and...

Student takes a stand against the fentanyl epidemic with documentary

“He overdosed just down the hall from me,” said Kyle Santoro, a Los Gatos High School senior. He was recalling the tragedy of a fellow classmate that overdosed on fentanyl during Santoro’s sophomore year. The student was revived and ultimately lived, but was expelled...

News Briefs | Published April 26, 2024

News Briefs
San Lorenzo Valley Museum digitizes Community newspapers In 2021, the San Lorenzo Valley Museum received a grant to have 50 newspapers digitized through the California Revealed Digitization and Preservation program. These newspapers are now available online at californiarevealed.org/partner/san-lorenzo-valley-museum, the Internet Archive at archive.org/details/sanlorenzovalleymuseum and other online...


Big Basin Redwoods State Park

Big Basin Redwoods State Park launches summer shuttle service for weekends,...

Just in time for the busy Memorial Day holiday weekend, California State Parks and Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks have announced that access...