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Once again this year, since the Santa Clara County fairgrounds are still being used for coronavirus testing and vaccinations and as cases surge once more, fair organizers have had to scramble to keep parts of the event alive.
If you like to hike in the mountains and you enjoy finding free money then you may want to head to Santa Cruz County. There’s a treasure hunt now underway and the prize is $1000 dollars in cash — cash that is hidden somewhere, geocache-style, in a box.
Various South Bay spots are hosting in-person Pride events this month, as well as virtual ones. Hoodline has put together a partial listing of some of the big ones happening around the area. And stay tuned for Silicon Valley Pride, coming up at the end of August!
San Jose's Happy Hollow Park & Zoo on Friday announced the birth of two critically endangered lemur pups. The adorable babies and their mama have an off-view den for quiet time out of the limelight, but visitors with a bit of luck may be able to spot them.
M8trix Casino opened its doors two days after Governor Newsom ended the stay-at-home orders allowing non-essential businesses to open in a limited capacity. And Bay 101 Casino, which also put up an outdoor gambling tent in September, reopened Thursday morning.
Locals heading to the Fantasy of Lights in Los Gatos can first get custom hot chocolate, to-go meals and more at the Flights Winter Wonderland drive-through market – and support laid-off workers in need at the same time.
By now many of us realize that the Christmas season may not be as merry this year compared to years past. With COVID-19 cases rising as we approach Thanksgiving, many communal Christmas experiences we’ve come to count on will likely be curtailed.
Santa Cruz triples fines for public health violations over Halloween weekend while also encouraging people to come downtown
A recent change in Santa Cruz County’s status on the state’s tiered reopening list means the downtown area won’t be entirely closed down over Halloween weekend. That doesn't mean cops won't be out enforcing public health and open-container regulations.
Haunted car wash, Day of the Dead drive-through offer coronavirus-appropriate Halloween alternatives
In a year that has felt like one of more tricks than treats, one car wash has come up with a clever coronavirus-appropriate alternative, in light of health official warnings against trick-or-treating and parties this Halloween.