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Raha Kudo Design for Dying Project
815 Almar Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Raha Kudo Design for Dying Project is an extension of Wo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana, an organizationMore started by Valerie Corral in 1993. The nonprofit organization works primarily with WAMM members who are terminally ill.

"They design their desires and their approach to their own death," says Corral, describing the business's mission for its clients.

Raha Kudo trains family members and friends to be caregivers in the late stages of their love ones' lives. According to Corral, about a third of the group's clients are HIV/AIDS patients and about two-thirds are cancer patients.

A Brighter World
119 Walnut Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
A Brighter World is a local store where customers have the opportunity to tye-die their own clothes. Artist JeremyMore Carlson offers help and guidance. Please call for more information.
Paula's
3500 Portola Dr, Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Surf's up at Paula's, where the "locals know."  They know the blueberry pancakes are to die for. For breakfast orMore lunch, the hearty food is listed on the menu using surfing terms. Toes Over,  Double Overhead and Longboarder are a few of the sandwiches. Local surf artifacts are on display, along with photographs and surf art.  A very neighborhood feel in the heart of surfing territory. 
Paradise Pet Salon
21501 E Cliff Dr, Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Paradise Pet Salon does washing, clipping, dying and nail filing for dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits and other animals.More The salon is run by local animal lover Nicole Peeples who has been grooming animals for over a decade. She uses natural and biodegradable shampoos and sells various pet merchandise including an assortment of spunky animal clothing. This store is often confused with Paradise Pet, a shop opened in 2010 which uses a similar name.