02/06/2013 - 8.0 EQ shakes Santa Cruz Islands. Not unexpected if you follow ZetaTalk... here's a 2010 statement worth checking out: http://www.zetatalk.com/7of10/7of10-23.htm This plate movement was foreseen.
REALITY: Even something like exposed ductwork, as seen here in a D.C. apartment decorated by Nestor Santa Cruz, can be embraced for what it is. "It gives a rhythm and movement that flows through the rooms," says Santa Cruz. Something to consider before taking on a massive cover-up process. Tour the entire home here Styled by Martin Bourne/ Photography by William Waldron - ELLEDecor.com
Santa Cruz CA: Santa Cruz was showing off this morning a bit. I had to do a mad dash out the door to catch this in time. Always grateful for these moments. #optoutside #gratitude . . . #santacruzlife #makemoments #momentwide #TransformYourVitality #getoutside #sunrise #movement #rei1440project by torea
A UC Santa Cruz study found that dancers can improve the ability to do complex moves by walking through them slowly and encoding the movement with a cue through ‘marking’. Researcher Edward Warburton, a former professional ballet dancer, and colleagues (including a UC Irvine collaborator) were interested in exploring the “thinking behind the doing of dance.” Their findings suggest that marking may alleviate the conflict between the cognitive and physical aspects of dance practice ...
Chinese farm laborers working in the strawberries north of Watsonville in the 1870s. The Chinese were the most important agricultural laborers in the region in the 19th century, and Santa Cruz and Watsonville fought bitterly over their presence. Watsonville saw them as being necessary to the economy of the Pajaro Valley, while Santa Cruz became the epicenter of the regional anti-Chinese move