Chris Currier has been speaking with Verizon regarding abandoning the Boulder Creek Cell Tower project… . . and they have agreed.
Check out Boulder Creek’s rising talent - Headtrip Villains
All of their music is made with live instruments. The band is influenced by several genres including jazz, metal, as well as bands like The Devil Makes Three.
Headtrip Villains’ full length album, Animal Instincts is now available on iTunes by clicking HERE.
Check them out at the link below.
Virg had just retired
He mixed his last drink
But God must be thirsty
He was taken in a blink
Now he has left us
We’ll miss him one and all
Our long time well known barkeep
Has sounded his last call
As you sit at Joe’s Bar
And inbide your favorite potion
Remember Virgil Grimes
THE MOTION OF THE OCEAN
Written by Robert L. Presswood of the Redwood Keg
Thanks to Boulder Creek Hardware for the image
Travis Fisk has published his first book titled Wisdom Quest. Travis says if you like Harry Potter, you’ll love this book. Travis sent an excerpt you can read below. To purchase Vision Quest from Amazon.com click HERE.
The potion she made to do this to the bird had an unusual but admired side effect, it tied the bird’s sight and what it heard to the witch’s cauldron.
San Lorenzo Valley San Lorenzo Valley streets and waterways will be cleaner and safer thanks to four cigarette butt disposal containers installed by The Valley Women’s Club of the San Lorenzo Valley. Purchased with the assistance of a watershed education grant from the San Lorenzo Valley Water District and contributions from John Schumacher at Hallcrest Vineyards and other community sponsors, the receptacles are located at Boulder Creek Brewery & Cafe, Junction Park, Henfling’s Tavern and Don Quixote’s International Music Hall. Easy to spot, each bright red container bears the Butt Stops Here logo, created by Bonny Doon artist Stephanie Sellers Sakasai.
Boulder Creek Residents are working to create a non-profit local radio station. Read all about it at the Press-Banner by clicking HERE
Boulder Creek resident Kimberly Monack could win first place in the U.S. Army’s “Photo of the Year” contest. Click HERE to read all about it in the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
Come to Edo Sushi for a Family Dinner tonight, January 9th, and 20% of the night’s proceeds will help fund Boulder Creek Elementary’s 4th grade trip to Chinatown!
This is a win/win . . .eat great food at a nice place and support our town children’s education. Edo is located right in downtown Boulder Creek.
The long awaited Boulder Creek Music is now open. . . it was worth the wait. They have an amazing stock of instruments and gear, offer repair and instrument setup and have top notch staff.