Nikki Silva of NPR's Kitchen Sisters talks about about Cabrillo Festival of contemporary music; Michael Warren, UCSC professor, is all about Shakespeare Santa Cruz.
Bruce has Tom Noddy, the "Bubble Guy" who will be performing at the Santa Cruz Fringe Festival, as well as Anita Monga, Artistic Director of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival.
Guests Mark Wainer & Judy Johnson Darrow interviews about "Community of Artists" Photography Exhibit at Felix Kulpa Gallery; Wendy Mayer-Lochtefeld about new plans to save Capitola Book Café.
Live interviews with Rachel Goodman & George Newell about the Tannery Arts Center, as well as Tubten Pende & James Dougherty about Buddhism lecture series.
Bruce talks with Gina Marie Hayes about the UCSC Drama presentation "I Dream of Chang & Eng" followed by a conversation with UCSC grad Rebecca Ronay-Hazleton about her book, "Choosing Health."
Bruce talks with Tita Wadsworth about Mountain Community Theater and John Thiemann about Funeral Alliance of Monterey Bay.
Julie James talks Jewel Theater Company; Deb McArthur talks SC Natural History Museum.
Laura Kasa and Coleen Bednarz Topics: Nickolas Conrad talks about the UCSC secular student alliance; Laura Kasa and Colleen Bednarz talk about Save Our Shores plastic bag ban.
Sandy Lydon on Santa Cruz County History.
Carolyn Swift discusses Capitola City Museum; David Swanger is the new SC County Poet Laureate
Kristen Brandt, Kimberly Schneider, Krysta Thornton on the show talking about the UCSC theater production of "The Thinning Veil" and a UCSC forum on water problems
Bruce talks with Glen Shaller about status of labor & labor unions in Monterey Bay; And with Brad Kaua about "Santa Cruz Patch", journalism at Cabrillo College.
Bruce has on his show Jan Karwin, president of the League of Women's Voters, Santa Cruz. Also, Peter and Celia Scott talk about "The Pogonip."
Bruce talks with Wilma Chandler's "Actors Theatre" and Peter McGettigan's work with Santa Cruz Communtiy Television.
Frank Bardacke discusses their new book, "Trampling out the Vintage;" Jim Mosher discusses Marketing Alcohol.
Topics include Claudia Sternbach's work as a book and magazine editor as well as Kathy Bisbee's work at community TV and her new film
On this week's show, UCSC Professor Winifred Frick talks about Brown Myotis Bats and environmentalist Grey Hayes discusses Global Warming.
On this week's Universal Grapevine, Bruce interviews Jodi Frediani, forestry consultant for the Sierra Club and director of the Central Coast Forest Watch, and Pat Matacjek from Friends of Arana Gulch.
Santa Cruz Superior Court Judge Jeff Almquist is on the show followed by Patricia Zavella, UCSC professor of Latin American & Latino Studies, who talks about her new book, I'm Neither Here nor There.
Bruce Bratton interviews Nathaniel Berman, Music Director of The Santa Cruz County Youth Symphony as well as Leta Miller, Professor of Music at UCSC.