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Santa Barbara Open Streets is this weekend. Here's a look at a video from last year's event.
S.B. High's Junior Garcia and Dane Miller earn this week's honors.
Hawaiian residents protest construction of $1.4 billion project headed by UCSB Chancellor Henry Yang.
The utility company and police provide tips to avoid getting duped.
Most satirical writing looks weak in comparison to the Baffler magazine’s withering critiques.
Henry James–based drama, directed by Judy Garey, plays through November 1.
She's raised more than $2 million to his $150,000.
Matthew Lee Hill allegedly assaulted his girlfriend.
Rory Kennedy’s profusely illustrative documentary makes some sense of the tragic farce that was the Vietnam War.
Radiohead’s leading man reinvents the music distribution wheel — again.
UCSB Arts & Lectures presented this program, which included Schubert, Chopin, and the pianist’s own improvisation.
Bike race comes through town for the third consecutive year.
Sloshed females are complete idiots and obviously too immature to even be in college.
The blazing master of the Hawaiian four-stringer is back in town to make his uke riotously laugh.
Prosecutors and judges lose discretion in dealing with repeat offenders and drug offenders.
New places spring up to park your bike as you shop, work, and eat around town.
What amazes me more than anything is the amount of deception in Measure P ads.
Most sexual assaults happen at home, perpetrated by an intimate partner or family member.
Domestic oil and gas production is important.
Should SBCC be exempt from the rudiments of good planning?
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