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Strong wind likely to postpone Mavericks

By Stephen Baxter Santa Cruz Sentinel SANTA CRUZ — A dangerous south wind predicted on Friday could thwart the Body Glove Mavericks Invitational from running, surf contest organizers said Wednesday. “There is going to be south wind and a giant swell,” wrote contest organizer Jeff Clark on the contest’s Facebook page Wednesday morning. “This combination […]

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Currant Scones or Fat Rascals

Robin Horn Seasonal Eating Recipe adapted from The Secret Garden Cookbook As of January 6, the holiday season is concluded and we enter a more quiet and contemplative time of year. Looking back on the joy of the holidays and the blessings we’ve received during 2013 helps us pre-pave the way for a happy 2014. No […]

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Inside the green room

  Photo: Sammy Garcia

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High School Surfing: Santa Cruz’s Ben Coffey has golden touch, scores SCSSL trifecta

By JULIE JAG Sentinel Photos: (Jason Hall/Contributed/Kevin Johnson/Sentinel) PLEASURE POINT — One common characteristic links most Santa Cruz surfers who have proven themselves noteworthy: a catchy nickname. Consider Darryl “Flea” Virostko, Shawn “Barney” Barron, Jason “Ratboy” Collins and Zach “Wormy” Wormhoudt, just to name a few. Ben “Midas” Coffey might be the next to join […]

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Everyone deserves a little beach break after a hard days work!

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Happy Holidays Capitola By The Sea

It’s going to be a Beautiful Beach Holiday!   Photo Credit: Bill at Santa Cruz Sand

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Iconic Santa Cruz

  Photo credit: Ruby Young

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Family Food: Smell of freshly made tamales fills the air this time of year

By Jennifer Squires features@santacruzsentinel.com WATSONVILLE Ask a woman where she got her tamale recipe and the answer is often a complex web involving her mother, grandmother, a neighbor or cousin. And then, of course the inevitable, “Well, you can put anything in a tamale.” Tamales, a stuffed dough wrapped in a leaf or corn husk […]

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