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RIP: Santa Cruz’s Vince Collier

Santa Cruz, California’s surf Godfather Vince Collier has died of a heart attack while on a surf trip to Mexico last week, according to story in the Santa Cruz Sentinel. He was 57.  Collier was built like a pit bull, and the only thing that matched his raw power and talent in the water was his […]

Hawks sign Damion Lee to 10-day contract

The Hawks today signed guard Damion Lee to a 10-day contract. Lee has played in 38 games this season (13 starts) with the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA G League, averaging 15.8 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.5 steals in 29.7 minutes (.454 FG%,.915 FT%). Last season, in 16 starts with the Maine Red [...]

Viewing Picks for February 26, 2018

All Times Eastern Basketball FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers Americas Qualifiers: Group C, Kaiser Permanente Arena, Santa Cruz, CA United States vs. Puerto Rico — ESPN2, 11 p.m. Bundesliga Matchday 24 Borussia Dortmund vs. FC Augsburg — FS1, 2:30 p.m. Show More Summary

Tepui Tents Embarks on Endless Adventure

Tepui Tents Announces Initiative to Support Customers on Their Endless Adventure SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (Feb. 22, 2018) —Tepui, the leading brand of rooftop tents and outdoor adventure gear, announced today the launch of its Endless Adventure™ initiative. Show More Summary

Analysis of major earthquakes supports stress reduction assumptions

(University of California - Santa Cruz) A comprehensive analysis of 101 major earthquakes around the Pacific ring of fire between 1990 and 2016 shows that most of the aftershock activity occurred on the margins of the areas where the faults slipped a lot during the main earthquakes. Show More Summary

Innovative restoration of coral reefs helps protect Caribbean islands

The catastrophic 2017 hurricane season provided ample demonstrations of the increasing vulnerability of Caribbean populations and infrastructure to natural disasters. Researchers at UC Santa Cruz and the Nature Conservancy have now measured...Show More Summary

Acoustic imaging reveals hidden features of megathrust fault off Costa Rica

(University of California - Santa Cruz) Geophysicists have obtained detailed three-dimensional images of a dangerous megathrust fault west of Costa Rica where two plates of the Earth's crust collide. The images reveal features of the fault surface, including long grooves or corrugations, that may determine how the fault will slip in an earthquake.

Eating Vegan on California’s Central Coast

California's Central Coast offers delicious vegan eats like tempeh tacos, vegan sushi, and smoothie bowls in Ventura, Ojai, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, San Luis Obispo and more. The post Eating Vegan on California’s Central Coast appeared first on PETA.

Brendan “Lai Wing” Leung, Rest In Peace

Our condolences go out to the friends and family of our dear friend Brendan "Lai Wing" Leung, who was hit by a car and passed away in his hometown of Santa Cruz, California. The post Brendan “Lai Wing” Leung, Rest In Peace appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

Trump’s push for new offshore drilling is likely to run aground in California

last monthNews : The Raw Story

By Charles Lester, Researcher, Institute of Marine Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz. … and legal landscape for offshore oil development in California. No new oil leases have been approved off the California coast since 1984. Today a large majority of Californians believe that...

Santa Cruz warns Canelo about fighting Golovkin in New York

last monthSports / Boxing : BoxingNews24

By Dan Ambrose: Featherweight champion Leo Santa Cruz believes that Saul Canelo Alvarez can’t beat middleweight champion Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin if their rematch takes place in New York on May 5th rather than in Las Vegas, Nevada like the first fight. Show More Summary

Final 17.5 seconds of G League game to be replayed after protest

The NBA G League has granted a protest by the Santa Cruz Warriors and ordered the final 17.5 seconds of their loss to Iowa to be replayed. Golden State's affiliate protested its 116-113 loss on Jan. 19 after being incorrectly assessed a technical foul for calling an excessive timeout. The Warriors...

NBA G League grants Santa Cruz Warriors protest, orders game restarted

NEW YORK (AP) -- The NBA G League has granted a protest by the Santa Cruz Warriors and ordered the final 17.5 seconds of their loss to Iowa to be replayed.

Scientists report big improvements in HIV vaccine production

(University of California - Santa Cruz) Research on HIV has led to many promising ideas for vaccines to prevent infection by the AIDS virus, but very few candidate vaccines have been tested in clinical trials. One reason is the technical...Show More Summary

Quinn Cook rejoins Warriors

Golden State Warriors two-way guard Quinn Cook has re-joined the team prior to its game in Sacramento, the team announced today. Cook has appeared in 24 games with the Santa Cruz Warriors this season, averaging 24.4 points, 8.2 assists and 4.9 rebounds in 35.9 minutes. In 10 games with Golden State this season Cook is [...]

Galapagos hosts nursery for new species of giant tortoise

Crowded under a rock in the Galapagos archipelago, the baby tortoises wait for the sun to go down to leave their shelter. Nothing disturbs these eastern Santa Cruz tortoises (scientific name Chelondis donfaustoi), which were determined just two years ago to be a new species native to the Ecuadoran islands that inspired Charles Darwin. Show More Summary

CA: Santa Cruz County Transportation 2040

The $9.7 billion tri-county 2040 transportation plan covers spending for highways, mass transit, people on bicycles and on foot.

Introducing Community Participation Bootcamp at the MAH

2 months agoArts / Museums : Museum 2.0

For the past five years, each summer, the Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History has hosted MuseumCamp. MuseumCamp is a professional development experience that is part retreat, part unconference, part adult summer camp. MuseumCamp is amazing,...Show More Summary

Found: A Hammerhead Shark Nursery

Last November, marine biologists from Ecuador's Galápagos National Park were exploring a spot near Santa Cruz, one of the archipelago's largest islands, when they encountered a surprising and heartening sight: dozens of baby hammerhead...Show More Summary

The Santa Cruz Shredder is a much better weed grinder

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The Santa Cruz Shredder actually does leave me with fluffier and more evenly burning weed. Over time the very act of grinding weed wears out my herb grinders. Add to that the fact that I use them in the process of smoking dope and you'll understand why I tend to go through one or two a year. Show More Summary

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