This week on Universal Grapevine, the legendary Bruce Bratton has Santa Cruz County Supervisor Greg Caput discussing the issues and news from Watsonville and our South County. In the second half hour, Bruce interviews game inventor and world traveler Robert…
Bruce's first guest will be Jane Gregorius and Teresa Zolar talking about the Pajaro Valley Art's Council's new show, "Fur, Flippers, Feathers and Fuzz." In the second half, artistic director Anita Monga talks about the 19th annual San Francisco
On Universal Grapevine this week Bruce has Santa Cruz County Supervisor Neal Coonerty on county issues. Following Coonerty is Jim and Paula Faris who chat with Bruce on their careers at MGM and the other Hollywood institutions back in the…
On Universal Grapevine this week, Bruce's guests for the entire hour will be the winners of Bookshop Santa Cruz's annual Short Story Contest, reading their winning entries.
This week on Universal Grapevine, Bruce welcomes April Bennett on the show to discuss the Santa Cruz Sidereal Theater Company and whats new in live local theater. In the second half hour is guest Gary Patton to talk to listeners…
Bruce's first guest is Saundie Isaak director of Lifespan, who'll tell us the kind of services they provide in the county. In the second half of the hour Pat Lerman describes what the town of Aromas is doing after being…
Bruce has Rebecca Jackson in studio to discuss "Music in May" concerts. Followed by Santa Cruz County Treasurer Fred Keely on Santa Cruz County funds and local politics.
Bruce's first guest on Universal Grapevine is Julie James and Marco Baricelli talking about the Jewel Theater's two one-act Harold Pinter plays running April 25th through May 19th. In the second half hour, UCSC's Chris Wilmers discusses the research work…
Bruce's first guest is Jennifer Colby talking about this year's May Day Reel World Labor Film Festival. It's happening from April 24th through May 8th. Pat Matecjek will be his guest the second half hour handling many of the political…
Bruce has special guests Sarah Albertson, Theater Professor at Cabrillo College talking about upcoming performances. Also on the show is Cecile Andrews, author of Living Room Revolution. For more on Cecile, visit http://www.cecileandrews.com/ and for Cabrillo Theater, visit http://www.cabrillo.edu/academics/theaterarts/
Listen here for a great interview with Dr. Paul Ware talking about the field of Physiatry, after which Michael Tierra talks about The Contemporary Chamber Music concert happening in Santa Cruz 4/14.
Good young Bruce has Alexandra Kennedy on the show to talk about "Grief & Grieving"; and guest Sarah Leonard on the Mental Health Client Action Network (MHCAN) in Santa Cruz.
This week on Universal Grapevine is faculty member Ben Carson here at KZSC to talk about the UCSC Music Department. Also: John Orlando on the Distinguished Artists Series at UCSC.
Joop Rubens talks about our local Firelight Foundation and the work they do. The second half features photographers Neal Swanson and Tom Jacobs, discussing their Six Views show at the Leeds Gallery (2/15-3/25).
This week on Universal Grapevine Bruce has guest Annie Steinhardt on her book "Pele VooDoo," also Linda Burman-Hall talks about the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival.
Bruce has on the show Sandy Lyon for the pledge drive talking about local history.
This week on universal grapevine is Julie James from the Jewel Theater Company's production of "Geography of a Horse Dreamer." Also on the show: Kathy Bisbee and Lynn Miller on community television in Santa Cruz county.
Bruce has on the show Kimberly Jannarone and Nancy Carlin to talk about the UCSC production of Peer Gynt. Also on the show is Sandra Nichols on the Santa Cruz County Board of Education!
This week on the grapevine is Laura Marcus here to talk about the Dientes Community Dental Clinic. Following is Lisa Jensen and Christina Waters on film criticism.
Bruce has Kerry Kriber on the show talking about "Save the Frogs." Also on the show is Gary Patton on land use issues.
On the show is Betsy Herbert on fracking and environmental issue, as well as Joe Jordan on NASA, SETI, and alternate energy sources.