Former Search and Rescue Volunteer Valerie Walston Files Claim Alleging Harassment and Retaliation
Former Search and Rescue volunteer Valerie Walston files claim alleging harassment and retaliation. Read story.
From Kindergarten to College Counseling, Options Abound
Santa Barbara offers a remarkably wide range of choices for parents and children of every age and interest. Read story.
Dale Francisco to Run Against Capps for Congress
A Las Vegas operator takes on a school nurse in a showdown over Obamacare and gay rights. Read story.
Frontman Mike Deni Talks Writing, Growth, and Success
The Bay Area trio plays SOhO on Friday, November 22, with Bad Suns. Read story.
The Gauchos Earn No. 10 Seed in the NCAA Tournament
The Gauchos were back on track — recipients of a No. 10 seeding in the 48-team NCAA tournament. Read story.
Conspiracy Group to Hold 'Truth Event' Marking 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination
Nationwide conspiracy group holds 'truth event' marking the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination. Read story.
Pop Music’s Violin Maestro Goes Solo at UCSB
Arts & Lectures brings the violinist to Campbell Hall on Thursday, November 21. Read story.
Is There Anything Bad About Boosting Visits to Santa Barbara?
Is there anything bad about boosting visits to Santa Barbara? Read story.
How About More Jobs and Cleaner Air?
Poodle riffs about the supervisors' vote on the Santa Maria Energy project. Read story.
Bryan Foehl Offers Baked Goods on Par with S.B.’s Best Coffee
Bryan Foehl offers baked goods on par with S.B.’s best coffee. Read story.
Anne Torsiglieri Resurrects Caryl Churchill’s Feminist Classic
Theater UCSB brings the play to campus starting November 9. Read story.
Ensemble Theatre Company’s Grand New Hall
The 92-year-old building at the corner of Victoria and Chapala has gotten a massive makeover. Read story.
Drought Economics Run Amok
Poodle revisits State Water, doubling down on a bad bet. Read story.
UCSB’s Radio Station Unveils New, Local Music Label
Santa Barbara’s Dante Elephante will release the first vinyl on the radio station’s new label. Read story.
From Herbal Remedies to Decorative Uses
While there are references in Aztec history to the marigold as a cure for hiccups or to protect from lightening strikes, it was more highly regarded for its decorative value. Read story.