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Legislative Summit Visits a Host of Issues

Drought, the minimum wage, Goleta Beach, and Measure M top Goleta Chamber's Legislative Summit agenda.

Scene in S.B.

Father Archimandrite Gideon spent up to 14 hours a day for three days repainting the Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox Church.

New Bicycle Buffer Law

A new state law requiring motorists to give bicycle riders a three-foot cushion when passing goes into effect October 1.

Cabrillo Bridge Build Gets Funding

City approves $18 million for Cabrillo Boulevard Bridge; construction to begin next month.

Bike- and Pedestrian-Friendly Old Town Goleta to Be Studied

Goleta to conduct engineering and traffic studies in Old Town to make it more bicyclist and pedestrian friendly.

Ernie Salomon Splits from 'No on S'

Candid public access host and hyperlocal crusader announced he is separating from the grassroots campaign against an SBCC bond measure.

Channelkeeper Counts Bags

Santa Barbara eco-outfit pushes for ban on bag by surveying local creeks.

Man Hit and Killed by Train

The incident is being investigated as a suicide.

Review: Thundercloud

Talon Clemow writes, directs, and films this complex surfing story about the famed Cloudbreak waves of 2012.

Event: AIA’s Annual Home Tour

This year’s theme is Sustainable Living and consists of eight projects that run the gamut from multifamily homes to commercial design.

Review: Camerata Pacifica at Hahn Hall

Camerata Pacifica marked its silver anniversary with new work, new faces, and a new CD.

Review: Requiem for the Bibliophile at MCASB

MCASB’s latest exhibit examines the future of book and library culture and the implications it has for humanity.

September in the Funk Zone

The key components in a thriving contemporary art scene are coming together in the Funk Zone.

September Food & Drink Happenings

Cooking with Leslie Thomas at Public Market; Sunday football specials on Canon Perdido; fancy wine at Mattei’s Tavern.

Pull the Plug on Diablo

The last thing any of us want post-earthquake is to wonder if the aged nuclear reactor up the coast might be melting down.

Oil In, Oil Out

If removing oil production is a good idea, perhaps fossil fuel consumption should be no greater than fossil fuel production?

Measure P Will Cost Jobs

The very specific language of the initiative would prohibit development of Santa Maria Energy's approved 136-well project.

History of S.B. Athletic Round Table

In September 1970, the organization held its first Monday press luncheon at Harry’s Plaza Café.

Red Flag Warning Now Includes South Coast

Heat and wind are expected through the end of the day Tuesday.

Theodore Roosevelt Visits Santa Barbara

Presidents have been not been strangers to Santa Barbara.

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