Matt Jurach is a former advisor and greatly revered alumnus of Alpha Gamma Omega Fraternity. He graduated from UC Davis in 1996 with a degree in Entomology. He now works at the UC Davis Medical Center.
Matt Jurach is a former KDVS DJ, hosting the Christian Noise Show for several years in the 1990's (all Christian thrash, punk, grindcore and industrial bands) as well as the short-lived Kick Acid Jazz Show.
He was also a part of the Davis Fire Crew from 1995-2003, and still pours drinks at their end-of-season parties...
Macka likes chewing on Matt's plants and causing other miscellaneous havoc.
If you saw some goateed madman riding through town on a big red radiocycle, screaming at cars while blaring KDVS, that was probably Matt.
After spending 15 years in Davis, Matt moved to Sacramento in September, 2006. Of everything he misses from Davis, the 'wiki tops the list.
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2006-01-09 15:34:51 Thanks for making so many awesome contributions to the wiki! —ArlenAbraham
2006-01-13 08:13:25 I just want to know how you could find out that the SHF Rice Dryer was owned by Dunes Casinos. —SteveDavison
Google is truly amazing. I just googled "SHF" and the street address from their sign. That got me to this, and I was off to the races.My next target is that wierd building at the end of Second Street by the Mace overcrossing. Anyone have any idea what that is?
Amazing. And nobody would have ever suspected those towers were full of coins.
2006-01-13 12:01:00 I think you are talking about the old headquarters from the Mace Ranch. An old building just in the corner of the overpass? —NickSchmalenberger
2006-01-22 20:59:59 Hola Matt. —GeorgeLewis
2006-01-25 09:48:01 Do you have any more info for the Davis Dance Project? Such as: who puts it on, is there a website, what was your source of info (flyer, etc.) I couldn't find any Google reference or any second ref. to confirm date/time/price, etc. —SteveDavison
2007-01-06 17:52:18 Too bad about the hive. I was going to remove it... but the grounds people weren't getting the paperwork to me in time. —KarlMogel
2007-10-26 09:49:16 Hey, Matt... since you seem to know about them, it might be a good idea to do up the Featured Page as a guide to local corn mazes, at least now until Halloween. —JabberWokky
2007-11-07 12:27:13 Walmart would make a good featured page, but I think the blurb is needlessly inflamatory. I think it makes sense that there is a wal-mart page on the wiki, and the fact communities ALL across the world refuse to allow wal mart in their communities is not narrow minded. —PxlAted
2009-03-17 12:12:31 I think there's usually a tendency for a bit of pushback from the community at large in reaction to stubborn and silent behavior. I'm not sure it's a useful response in this particular case, but it is what it is: there's no organized effort going on, it's just the social reaction to a particular repeated action. To several people's credit, there have been various compromises proposed by rewriting and restructuring things that were also deleted without any communication. —JabberWokky
2011-02-07 21:59:38 Mt Hoods Only did ok, but with only one season to reference I am hopeful they will pick up this season! They certainly did not perform like cascades did in their first yeat, the gold standard as far as I can tell. I think we harvested 1-1.5 pounds of Mt hoods from 6 plants. In cascades first year, I got about that much from each plant! You a brewer I presume? You should come check out the Greenbelt brewers if you are interested in a homebrew club. —matiasek