March Horoscope 2013

March Horoscope 2013

www.annabelburton.com Aries (March 21-April 20) Intriguing change is occurring and while you may find it hard to pin certain aspects down, nevertheless you are more than happy to go with the flow and just see what happens. You find that your dreams are strangely symbolic and give fascinating clues as to what is really going […]

Seascape Physical Therapy & Village Fitness

Seascape Physical Therapy & Village Fitness

Helping Men and Women to Stay Fit … or to Recover from Physical Trauma By Cynthia Howe Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “The first wealth is health.” For those who agree, Seascape Physical Therapy & Village Fitness is a place where one may invest in their future by just ‘showing up’. “We feel passionate about […]

Specialized Auto Service and Repair

Specialized Auto Service and Repair

For the Car You Care About By Noel Smith – noel@cyber-times.com Specialized Auto is Santa Cruz County’s premier auto service and repair shop, providing the highest level of service to owners of all makes of automobiles but especially for Mercedes, Volkswagen, Volvo, Audi, BMW, SAAB and Cooper Mini. Specialized Auto’s services include: Expert Diagnostic & […]

‘Keen Eyes and Curious Minds’

‘Keen Eyes and Curious Minds’

By Noreen Santaluce – Seniors in Action This is the title of an exhibit of the work and careers of Dan Miller and Randall Morgan currently being featured in the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History. The sub-title is “Exploring the Lives and Work of Local Naturalists Dan Miller and Randall Morgan.” Dan and Patty […]

Life Lab Program Flourishes at Main Street Elementary School

Life Lab Program Flourishes at Main Street Elementary School

In 2006, a highly supportive group of parents at Main Street School created the foundation for a school-wide Life Lab (LL) Program. These outstanding parent volunteers visualized developing their garden program similar to the highly successful Life Lab Program at UCSC. If you are not familiar with UCSC’s program, I recommend that you visit http://www.lifelab.org/category/programs/ […]

New Capitola General Plan taking shape

By Nels Westman and Rich Didday The City of Capitola is undergoing a $1.3 million update of its General Plan, Local Coastal Plan, Zoning Ordinances and Climate Action Plan. These documents will guide Capitola’s development for at least the next 20 years. They will impact the lives and property of every resident of Capitola for […]

Be Safe & Be Prepared

Be Safe & Be Prepared

Aptos/La Selva Fire Protection Districts Institutes ‘No More Falls Program’ By Mike Conrad, Division Chief Operations, Aptos La Selva Fire Protection District It is with great pride that in this month’s article I can tell you about a new pilot program starting in the Aptos La Selva Fire Protection District. The “No More Falls Program” […]

Your Supervisor Says …

Your Supervisor Says …

Powering our own future through Community Choice Aggregation By Bruce McPherson, 5th District Supervisor I would like to share exciting plans, now in infancy, which could eventually lead to Santa Cruz County’s future energy independence. Enabled by California legislation (Assembly Bill 117), Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) allows cities and counties to pool their residential, business […]

Vine Hill School Goes on Stage!

Vine Hill School Goes on Stage!

[Download Issue] For parents who love to see their children perform on stage, there is now a way to do this without a lot of the time and stress it takes to produce a school stage play or musical. There is a production company called 3 Snaps in San Jose that can help make this […]