Anthony L. Solis, Santa Cruz Sentinel

Anthony L. Solis

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Scotts Valley, CA, United States

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Past articles by Anthony:

African drumming, dance comes to Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz is known to have a plethora of cultural dance and features an authentic cultural African experience. Amongst the talent here are Santa Cruz residents Mbor and Oumou Faye, originally from… → Read More

Letter | Krohn, Glover continue to sow discord in community

Councilmen Glover and Krohn made a nonbinding resolution in support of the landmark federal Green New Deal into a divisive issue and caused it not to be passed by the Santa Cruz City Council. The r… → Read More

Letter | Santa Cruz is lucky to have Symons on the bench

Several years ago I served on a jury in Santa Cruz County. At the time, Ari Symons was working for the DA’s office as a prosecutor. It was a case that involved a young man’s death that was caused b… → Read More

Letter | The heart of our democracy is at stake

Moscow Mitch. This is the name rightly bestowed upon Mitch McConnell from a former Republican congressman. The Senate majority leader refuses to allow a vote on protecting our 2020 elections. Is th… → Read More

Letter | We need affordable housing, not a hotel

Great juxtaposition of the high cost of housing next to the story about the proposed hotel. How about Capitola requiring the hotel and builders to build affordable housing for the people who will n… → Read More

Acosta displayed rare cowardice before justice

It helps to know people in high places, especially if you’re a sex offender and your name is Jeffrey Epstein. Some might say that Epstein, the multimillionaire financier, reached the summits … → Read More

Letter | Moving farm to Pogonip would help homeless

There are lots of buzzwords that get used when talking about how to resolve the challenge of homelessness. Here are a few: creative solutions, proven strategies and data-driven outcomes. The Homele… → Read More

Photo | Yosemite waterfalls are roaring

Yosemite Falls stands tall above the valley floor on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 in Yosemite National Park. The waterfalls are full but the crowds are gone after the Memorial Day weekend in Yosemite Vall… → Read More

Patrice Vecchione presents 'Ink Knows No Borders'

Bookshop Santa Cruz will host an evening with Patrice Vecchione at 7 p.m. Thursday, as she presents her new book, ‘Ink Knows No Borders,’ a poetry collection that brings together some of the most c… → Read More

Family Recipe | Sopa de camaron a nice alternative to chicken noodle –

I’m sick with a cold and it’s miserable. We’ve all been there but this cold season feels especially bad. These days, when my immune system feels like it is hibernating for the win… → Read More

Sopa de Camaron a nice alternative to chicken noodle

I’m sick with a cold and it’s miserable. We’ve all been there but this cold season feels especially bad. These days, when my immune system feels like it is hibernating for the win… → Read More

The Rad Trads come to Kuumbwa

Currently touring in anticipation of their second full-length album “On Tap,” New York City’s The Rad Trads are winning over audiences, gaining loyal fans, and defying classification. → Read More

Pam L. Houston speaks at Bookshop Santa Cruz

SANTA CRUZ — Bookshop Santa Cruz welcomes award-winning author Pam L. Houston (“Cowboys Are My Weakness”) for a reading and signing of her new memoir, “Deep Creek: Finding H… → Read More

Bill Maher to perform at Civic

SANTA CRUZ — While he is best-known as the comedic face behind the HBO hit, “Real Time with Bill Maher,” the comedian has had a long and fruitful career including working with a v… → Read More

'Still Wild at Heart' to be screened at Rio

SANTA CRUZ — This intriguing film tells the story of the return of coyotes to San Francisco and other American cities. Scientists give insights into how coyotes impact city ecosystems, how hu… → Read More

Moe's hosts night of Cumbia and Latin music

SANTA CRUZ — Moe’s Alley presents a night of live Cumbia and Latin dance music with La Misa Negra performing two sets of live music for a dance party at 9 p.m. Feb. 9. La Misa Negra is … → Read More

Arya’s run on ‘The Voice’ comes to an end

There were no steals left for Anthony Arya on Monday’s “The Voice.” The 16-year-old busker from Santa Cruz sang Jim Croce’s “Operator” but coach Jennifer Hudson … → Read More

Anthony Arya saved by Jennifer Hudson on ‘The Voice’

Well, that was close. Santa Cruz’s Anthony Arya was eliminated from NBC’s “The Voice” Tuesday night by his coach Adam Levine before being saved at the last minute by Jennife… → Read More

The Sentinel has a fresh, new look

The Santa Cruz Sentinel website has a new look. Join host Anthony L. Solis and Sentinel editor Kara Meyberg Guzman to find out improvements you can expect. → Read More

New ‘BumbleBee’ trailer — filmed in Santa Cruz — released

The latest film to feature Santa Cruz in a starring role had it’s full-length trailer released Monday. → Read More