This entry refers to a departed business — a business that has closed or left town.Infomation here is mostly for historical reference.

Former Location
877 Cedar Street, Suite 147, Santa Cruz, CA  95060-3958
Publication dates
Weekly; Wednesday's
Hours
(hours)
Phone
(831) 457-9000
Website
http://www.santacruzweekly.com
http://www.santacruzfb.com -Facebook website
http://www.twitter.com/santacruzweekly -Twitter website
http://www.metrosantacruz.com
http://www.santacruz.com
Circulation
34,000+
Publisher
Debra Whizin
Ownership
Metro Publishing, Inc.
Santa Cruz Weekly Established
May 2009 - April 2014.
Metro Santa Cruz Lifespan
1994 - April 2009
Price
The paper is free - one per person per issue, or $1 per issue beyond that
Advertising can be paid by cash, check, or credit cards

Santa Cruz Weekly (formerly called Metro Santa Cruz) is a weekly newspaper focusing on news, culture, arts and entertainment information for the Santa Cruz County region.  The publisher, Metro Publishing, also publishes the Metro (for the Silicon Valley area) and the North Bay Bohemian (for the Marin, Napa, and Sonoma Counties).

Metro Newspapers, the parent company of Santa Cruz Weekly, purchased Good Times in March 2014.  Both publication was combined into one publication under the Good Times nameplate.

 

Related Pages

Comments


2012-03-05 21:49:20   Question; Has Geoffery Dunn ever investigated or reporting on the 'Business of Religion', in Santa Cruz? I am very interested in these non-profits professing religious ideology, but, are actually a Business, disguised as a Religious Organization. For example, Land of Medicine Buddha, in Soquel, CA.. Just curious... —68.189.118.130

Nearby LocalWiki regions: San Jose, California Santa Clara Fremont California Hayward Alameda San Francisco

LocalWiki is a grassroots effort to collect, share and open the world’s local knowledge. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Learn more.

Except where otherwise noted, this content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. See Copyrights.

Map data CC-BY-SA OpenStreetMap. Map tiles via MapBox.