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Zach Braff’s latest feels like Garden State Redux — and not in a good way.
This new comic monologue explored the concept of homeland on Thursday, July 24.
Spirit Talia Ortega Vestal and Junior Spirit Natalie Mowers show off their firery Flamenco at Old Spanish Days.
Author Erin Graffy de Garcia captures S.B.’s Spanish soul in her new book.
Two simultaneous shows by this promising artist are on display through August 31.
Medicare's seniors-only coverage was all that Congress would pass in 1965. Sound familiar?
All things equal; a homosexual relationship lacks diversity in comparison to a heterosexual one.
Starshine ponders the hoarding tendencies of her youngest son.
The jazz trumpeter gets back to his roots on Just a Closer Walk.
Attorney argues city council doesn’t adequately represent Latinos.
Stephen Marley and Cypress Hill opened this genre-crossing show on Friday, July 25.
Court documents detail the confrontation between Charles Owens and two guards.
Indian Valley Community Services District proposes to sell and transfer 1,000 acre-feet of water to Montecito Water District.
Theater in the Jewish ghetto of Vilna is the setting for Joshua Sobol’s play about the survival of the spirit.
Luc Besson’s first head film is unintentionally campy but visually stunning.
For the Recently Found Innocent is Tim Presley’s fifth studio album as White Fence, as well as his second collaborative effort with fellow psych-pop auteur Ty Segall.
Environmental and food safety groups in Alameda County have challenged the state's method of approving new agricultural uses for honeybee-killing pesticides.
These painterly photographic landscapes are on view at wall space gallery through August 30.
Vegetarian restaurant Mesa Verde comes to Santa Barbara.
Brian and Katrina Manzo are rethinking mobile outdoor living with their award-winning trailer.
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