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Interview: New York Philharmonic Conductor Alan Gilbert

The music director talks orchestras, Beethoven, and the future of classical music in anticipation of his upcoming stint at the Music Academy of the West. Read story.

Packing the Bowl with Slightly Stoopid

The reggae rockers are headed back to Santa Barbara with Stephen Marley and Cypress Hill. Read story.

Review: Solace: The Photography of Joseph Donovan

These painterly photographic landscapes are on view at wall space gallery through August 30. Read story.

Review: Orlando at Casa Esperanza

Elements Theatre Collective confronts the mystery of identity with fantasy and farce. Read story.

Review: Body of Work at UCSB’s HSSB Ballet Studio Theatre

The longtime UCSB dance professor has created a solo show charting the trajectory of his more than 40 years ... Read story.

Book Review: War of the Whales

Joshua Horwitz’s book is a reminder that our technological, industrial, and military prowess can produce unintended deadly consequences. Read story.

White Fence

For the Recently Found Innocent is Tim Presley’s fifth studio album as White Fence, as well as his second ... Read story.

Charles Lloyd Named NEA Jazz Master

The Santa Barbara-based flautist, saxophone player, and composer was awarded one of the nation's top honors in jazz on ... Read story.

Review: Lucy

Luc Besson’s first head film is unintentionally campy but visually stunning. Read story.

Review: Academy Festival Orchestra at the Lobero Theatre

Saturday marked the first performance of the Music Academy’s fellows under the baton of New York Philharmonic Music Director ... Read story.

Best Show You're Not Watching: Faking It

MTV's newest comedy mixes Clueless, Portlandia, and My So-Called Life. Read story.

Music Makers: We Want You!

Calling all musical talents: We’re gearing up for our annual Santa Barbara Music Issue, ... Read story.

Sam Yahel’s Showstopper Moment

Regina Carter returns to the Lobero; Sings Like Hell welcomes Ariana Gillis. Read story.

Sunken Garden Movies Are Back

UCSB Arts & Lectures is bringing some of cinema’s greatest silents to the Santa ... Read story.

UCSB Arts & Lectures Announces 2014-15 Lineup

Starting this fall, Arts & Lectures will kick off another star-studded year of events. Read story.

Review: Solace: The Photography of Joseph Donovan

These painterly photographic landscapes are on view at wall space gallery through August 30.

White Fence

For the Recently Found Innocent is Tim Presley’s fifth studio album as White Fence, as well as ...

Review: Lucy

Luc Besson’s first head film is unintentionally campy but visually stunning.

Sprouting Sprocket Scores Big at Dwell on Design

Brian and Katrina Manzo are rethinking mobile outdoor living with their award-winning trailer.

Meatless on the Mesa

Vegetarian restaurant Mesa Verde comes to Santa Barbara.

Review: Academy Festival Orchestra at the Lobero Theatre

Saturday marked the first performance of the Music Academy’s fellows under the baton of New York Philharmonic ...

Neil Young

Neil takes a look at his life through the voices and visions of his folk-rock, blues, and ...

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