LOOKOUT PM: An AI panel discussion, a helping of ‘Eaters’, and goats galore

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Blissful weekend, of us!

First off, due to all of our members who got here to our workplace for the open home yesterday night. It was nice to see you all exterior of our pc screens, for as soon as, and we’re very grateful in your continued assist!

We now have a full slate of employees content material at the moment, together with the newest editions of Eaters Digest and Scholar Lookout, together with the weird pairing of goats and synthetic intelligence.

However first, some fast metropolis information ⬇️

Now, to Friday’s headlines …

ICYMI: Dive into Santa Cruz’s new opinion discussion board

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Model new!: In case you didn’t already know, we formally launched our opinion part yesterday. We now have a lot to say, and far to say to one another. Neighborhood Voices is an area to say it. See editor Jody Ok. Biehl’s intro and the inaugural items right here.

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EATERS DIGEST: Bargetto’s new vineyard, Sandor Katz coming to Bookshop and Santa Cruz’s British chippy

Aptos resident Kelly Spellman at the Blossom's Farmstore & Coffeeshop.

(Kevin Painchaud / Lookout Santa Cruz)

Eats on the horizon: New initiatives from John Bargetto and Luna Sea Vodka, and journey throughout the pond with Delicious Fish & Chips and Mentone. It’s all right here as Lily Belli delivers one other scoop of Eaters Digest. See all that Lily Belli has to supply.

Lily Belli on Meals: Gilroy Garlic Pageant canceled, Phil’s Fish Home transferring and mountain markets reopen

Heather Blume

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The most recent: Take a look at Santa Cruz’s prime bookshops and a few nice occasions together with a Might Day celebration on the base of UCSC’s campus. See the latest version of Scholar Lookout right here.

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Reasonably priced Housing Month will get into the affordability nitty-gritty

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(Anne Wernikoff / CalMatters)

On affordability: Grace previews Reasonably priced Housing Month and shares an inventory of 15 occasions in Might concentrate on what it is going to take to place a dent within the affordability disaster in Santa Cruz County. Extra from Grace right here.

➤ The tremors of the Santa Cruz housing market: Why our affordability reporter is on the hunt but once more

A gathering of (AI) knuckleheads

State Sen. Richard Pan prepares to announce a bill that adds COVID vaccines to California's list of required shots for K-12

The longer term is now: What’s AI? And the place is it taking us? We speak with entrepreneur and gadfly G. Craig Vachon, who leads a panel dialogue Wednesday on the Kuumbwa Jazz Heart in regards to the perils and promise of synthetic intelligence. Learn the entire Q&A by Wallace Baine.

Ask Lookout: Have you ever seen — or herd — in regards to the goats roaming the UC Santa Cruz campus?

People on the UC Santa Cruz campus watch goats graze as part of fire prevention efforts.

(Kevin Painchaud / Lookout Santa Cruz )

Slugs and Goats: Hillary went as much as UCSC’s campus to take a look at the roughly 300 goats roaming the realm. Learn the Ask Lookout and watch Kevin Painchaud’s video right here.

➤ ‘We’re actually rising college students’: Cabrillo horticulturist Heather Blume is in full bloom this season

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Extra from right here & elsewhere

Desalination undertaking must be authorised by California Coastal Fee, Governor Gavin Newsom says (Sentinel)
Council approves Watsonville Police’s army weapons coverage (Pajaronian)
Paving the way in which for mountain lion security beneath Higwhay 17 (KSBW)
Newson reconsidering closing final California nuclear plant (SF Gate)
Why Twitter is unlikely to turn into the ‘digital city sq.’ Elon Musk envisions (FiveThirtyEight)

… And now, the weekend. Thanks for studying, and I’ll speak to you all on Monday.

Max Chun
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