Sunday Reads: Appreciating our exquisite winter; threats to our coast
Drop the remote — the cure for our latest viral malaise awaits us right outside the door
Whether it’s the quality of the air on a hike in the redwoods, the high clouds and low angles giving the season’s light a unique character or a different tone in the ocean’s roar, getting out into our life-affirming Monterey Bay winter is a balm we’re lucky to have. Read Wallace Baine’s Sunday thoughts here.
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The tsunami that battered Santa Cruz highlights the threat facing California’s coast
Some experts say last weekend’s event showed how major upgrades to harbors have made a difference since a much larger tsunami in 2011. Our partners at the Los Angeles Times survey the scene.
➤ WHAT’S AHEAD: Santa Cruz Harbor back on solid footing post-tsunami, but long-term repairs loom (Lookout)
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➤ Next step in keeping Santa Cruz schools going: ‘Substantial Exposure.’ What we know about that new protocol (Hillary Ojeda)
➤ County at an impasse: Union workers say they’re set to strike Tuesday; management says deal is fair (Dan Evans)