Holiday events in Santa Cruz County: Find tree lightings, parades, train rides, light displays and Santa events near you. Celebrate the holiday season and enjoy playful, thoughtful and unique family traditions. Check out this list for fabulous and festive ways to celebrate the holiday in Santa Cruz. Tree-lightings in Felton, Boulder Creek and Scotts Valley … More Festive holiday events fill the Valley this December
The phone called the “best phone yet” is, in reality, one of the biggest fails a smartphone company has ever created. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has gone up in flames (literally). The Note 7 was released on August 19, 2016 and were originally very sought after and anticipated. However, soon after the release, the … More The only thing Samsung does right is prove Apple is best
Ouija: Origin of Evil creates a classic horror movie atmosphere with it’s 1960’s setting and chilling storyline. The film takes viewers back in time to Los Angeles of 1967, focusing on a family of con artist ‘psychics’ who get a taste of their own medicine when they become haunted by spirits from a ouija board. … More Worth the watch: ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’
If watching football on Thanksgiving is not your thing, then change the channel and watch man’s best friend take the center stage on Thanksgiving Day at noon in Philadelphia. Granted, The National Dog Show is different from the Puppy Bowl, and the cuteness factor may not be the same, but it is still worth it … More The Thanksgiving Dog Show Wows Crowd As Well as Judges
Where should one apply? How many colleges should one apply to? Should one consider financial aid, scholarships, or a loan? These questions are just a few that seniors may be asking themselves as college application season comes around. The general attitude of San Lorenzo Valley High School seniors is overwhelmed. With homework and jobs to … More Stressing about College? Here’s some help
As Christmas draws closer, many prepare furiously for the day of festivities; however, nearly a dozen SLVHS students are preparing for one of the other holidays. While many people know of Chanukah, very few students truly know what Chanukah is. In order to see what some students thought, this reporter asked Andrew Chestnut, to which … More Chanukah explained
Often, during the holidays, people come together to cook. Cooking and learning from others is a way to get closer to people, especially family. People all over the world have different kinds of recipes that are shared with people that they care about, making their feast more special for everyone. This first recipe is called … More Bored of your holiday cookies? Try these!
Where did Christmas come from? Christmas’s origin is the Christian Bible. On December 25, in 4 B.C., Jesus Christ was born to the Virgin Mary and God, although John was Mary’s husband. Christ was born in Bethlehem, and according to the story, three wise men traveled to give gifts to the son of God. Christmas, … More Where did Christmas originate?
The year 2016 has left the world beaten and battered. It has definity not been the best what with so many tragedies leaving everyone feeling pretty down in the dumps. There have been natural disasters, the loss of David Bowie and other important celebrities, and a controversial election. The year started out with North Korea … More 2016: A look-back
“My mother always told me to try every part of what you love.” Senior Aaron McKay is co-directing “And Then There Was One,” one of the two student directed shows taking place this spring. He has participated in almost every aspect of theater. He has taken part in over thirty shows throughout his life, ten … More “And Then There Was One” Directors Abby Halper and Aaron McKay