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Rodenticides kill not only rodents, but the larger animals that eat them.
Your opposition to Measure P demands a response.
The energy industry makes impressive contributions to nonprofits.
The accident that took my daughter's life revealed an appalling lack on the part of the representative and her staff.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs says no further environmental study is needed.
We buy insurance of various kinds knowing that a risk may be quite small.
Mayor Helene Schneider announces 19 individuals as Clark Estate’s board of directors.
Drought, record heat, sundowners combine for an anxious high fire season.
Multiple agencies participating in party control.
Cheryl Rollings, with nonprofit for 36 years, lauded at send-off.
Julio Diaz wants to withdraw guilty pleas for overprescribing prior to sentencing.
This Saharan band lives in that sweet spot where psych rock and blues combine.
This East L.A. group is fusing genres, styles, and cultural references.
This first-ever event is bringing some of Santa Barbara’s stars into the spotlight.
Chef Alessandro Cartumini honored to prepare special James Beard dinner at Four Seasons Santa Barbara.
Wil Fernandez’s Multimedia Portrayal of a Year in Santa Barbara Wine Country
Chicago-based dancer/choreographer Autumn Eckman debuts a piece she first considered 15 years ago when she was a company dancer with State Street Ballet.
Domestic Violence Solutions holds its first ever 5K Run/Walk for Love fundraiser.
Many remember Jo for serving those less fortunate and for leading community causes.
Despite some outright begging, only a select handful of Santa Barbara Independent staffers got to visit Huguette Clark's Bellosguardo estate for our cover story, namely Columnist Barney Brantingham and Executive Arts Editor Charles Donelan, who captured himself and the third lucky one, Paul Wellman, our ever-on-duty photography editor.
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