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Posted on June 27 at 5:26 p.m.

<I could justify giving up a traffic lane on multi-lane one way streets downtown for a designated bike lane. De la Vina, Chapala, Anacapa, and Santa Barbara St.s>

I agree.

On More Street Space for Bikes?

Posted on June 27 at 10:26 a.m.

I would LOVE to have protected bike lanes traversing all the major routes in Santa Barbara & Goleta. I was literally almost killed two weeks ago on State Street, cycling safely in my bike lane, when a car heading the opposite direction accelerated and crossed two lanes of traffic for a left turn, straight into me. It was only my extremely bright headlamp (shout out to Light & Motion bike lights!) that caused them to skid to a stop literally feet from me.

Please, city planners, many of us would love to go carbon neutral and enjoy the health benefits of cycling, but our bike lanes need many safety improvements. A dedicated set of bike lanes with physical barriers from moving cars would be ideal.

On More Street Space for Bikes?

Posted on May 7 at 5:59 p.m.

Wow! Outstanding review... I was there at the show, and this review helps me recall the details of *why* the show was so awesome.

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Posted on November 13 at 3:27 p.m.

"Minds and wounds are always opened simultaneously in philosophy. Comfort is the alternative, but it is deadly dark."
Wow! What a great phrase.

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Posted on July 26 at 11:28 p.m.

I would be sorry to see Susan Deacon go.

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Posted on March 2 at 8:57 p.m.

Extending Richard904's idea, consumers are faced with a fundamental ethical choice: support local business.

On Chaucer’s Dominates Santa Barbara Bookstores

Posted on August 24 at 10:06 p.m.

These young people are quite fortunate to have such a creative, energetic, caring, and professional counselor. I wish all kids could be as lucky.

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