Nameless Collective Productions presents on Thursday night a “dynamic selection of the smoothest and nastiest beats in Santa Cruz”. The line up will include: Joomanji, Depakote, KN1 // NMLS, Squareweezy // The Bangerz, JUJ // Wedidit, and spitters Wordsound & Justice joining KN1. Showtime is 10 pm at The Red: 1003 Cedar Street, Santa Cruz.
In the islands, it’s “Mahalo”; here will simply say Thank You to all our webstream and radio listeners who help by contributing funds to The Great 88. We would not/could not be here without you. If you haven’t made a donation yet or wish to donate again, the “Wiki Wiki” (fast) way to give is on our website.
You can also mail donations to: KZSC at 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95064. We appreciate it.
Mountain Community Theater, Santa Cruz’s longest continually-running community theater company, kicks off its milestone 30th season with its reprisal of Crimes of the Heart. This Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-Winning play follows the funny but troubled Mac Grath Sisters as they reunite after one has just shot her husband.
Performances run from March 16th through April 7th at The Park Hall in Ben Lomond. More information is available by visiting mctshows.org
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.
A couple of the finest singers from Ireland, Karan Casey and John Doyle, will be appearing Wednesday, March 14th at 7:30pm at the Kuumbwa Jazz Center in Santa Cruz, CA. Both have received nominations for Grammy awards during their careers, both were previously members of the acclaimed Irish band Solas, and both are tremendous interpreters of contemporary and traditional material. John’s tremendous guitar work adds rhythmic excitement and sensitivity to all of the songs. Presented by the Celtic Society of the Monterey Bay.
This week, you might hear slight differences in the shows you know and love–but don’t worry, change is a good thing. This week, the Intro to Radio student mentees are taking over an hour of their mentors’ shows, which means you’ll be hearing new voices and new music. This will be foreshadowing the changes to come in April when these very same students will be programming their own shows! Stay tuned in to KZSC, and feel free to encourage these new student programmers by calling into shows at 831-459-4036 or 831-459-KZSC !