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Why argue that everything is fine when it is as far from fine as we’ve ever known?
Our liberties, freedoms, and rights are being destroyed more each day.
Robert Perez will be sentenced to three years in state prison.
Maintenance measure, taxes, donation rules, and energy production dominate the discussions.
Military ammunition shell found in alleyway trash; bomb squads destroy ordnance with controlled detonation.
Buellton is back and finally releasing the follow-up to their 2001 gem, Avenue of the Flags.
Enviros and industry reps trade jabs at coastal protection hearing.
City council sending letter to state against pier-based well; company says no proposed deal if so.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife officers arrested two commercial fishermen on charges of conspiracy and grand theft, alleging the pair stole live rock crabs from fellow fishermen and took other catches off the dock at the Santa Barbara Harbor.
A mix of experts in law, education, and social media contributed to a discussion about the pitfalls of cyberspace at San Marcos High School last Friday morning.
The Australian electronic artist headlines a show at Casa de la Raza on April 20.
Three very different collaborations demonstrate the range of our city’s art scene.
Santa Barbara artists Kerrilee Kaski and Jen Smithwick collaborate with L.A.’s Zen Arts troupe on an intimate, immersive theatrical experience.
UCSB Arts & Lectures presents the NYC-based contemporary dance company in an evening-length work inspired by the 1991 film, Boyz n the Hood.
A year after the Boston Marathon bombing, runners from all over the world are returning to Beantown for redemption.
The “people’s theater” is throwing a Beatles bash on Saturday, April 26.
For brilliant violinist Jennifer Koh, music is all about connections.
The absurd special section on summer camps show that this is sort of a Valhalla for little white kids.
Folk dancing was a way of life in Santa Barbara in the '60s and '70s, often led by Luis Goena.
The arts have a unique ability to inspire children toward excellence.
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