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Drive along Gibraltar and East Camino Cielo to this trailhead down into Blue Canyon.
On Saturday, March 15, thousands of people will converge on Sacramento for the biggest anti-fracking demonstration in California history.
Joe Donnelly says he's leaving Mission & State for family and fiscal reasons.
March 19 Event: Solvang “Third Wednesday” Features Food & Wine-Centric “Cash Mob” at “Mystery” Solvang Eatery & Bar
Solvang's next monthly "Third Wednesday", to be held Wednesday, March 19, 2014, will highlight the edible –and imbibe-able – surprises that Solvang has to offer with a souped-up version of the Solvang Third Wednesday “Cash Mob”, which will descend upon a “mystery” Solvang restaurant.
Started by two founders who have struggled to fit yoga into their busy work and family schedules, Audible Yoga seeks to answer a common problem: how to do yoga more often.
Don’t miss this special event dedicated to Jewish education options in Santa Barbara County, from preschool to religious school. Learn about the formal Jewish education options for your family and meet local Jewish educators.
The Environmental Defense Center (EDC) today announced that it has added Nicole Di Camillo and Maggie Hall as staff attorneys, working out of the Santa Barbara office.
Los Padres National Forest officials today announced the Monterey Ranger District is seeking volunteers to work in an exciting archaeology program.
The Pacific Institute for Professional Writing (PIPW) announced a weekend workshop program for writers of fiction and nonfiction.
Rooted Vine Tours is a locally owned and operated wine tour company.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Team (SBCSAR) has successfully recertified in search management for lost people and missing aircraft.
The Santa Barbara Million Dollar Home Raffle celebrates its 10th anniversary by offering extra prizes and a special surprise this year!
The Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara (MCASB) launched its 10th Million Dollar Home Raffle.
Supervisors adopt a plan in line with federal and state standards.
Microfinance pioneer Muhammad Yunus (pictured) headlined this year’s Westmont College President’s Breakfast on 2/28 and spoke about the inspiration behind the microcapital Grameen Bank.
Last weekend’s storm caused significant damage to the ladder on Santa Barbara Island’s landing pier, so the southernmost slice of the Channel Islands National Park will be closed to the public until a new ladder can be constructed and installed, which is expected to take at least one month.
The supervisors voted to award $681,857 in Coastal Resource Enhancement Fund (CREF) grants across 12 projects: Andrée Clark Bird Refuge/Zoo Wetlands, Maritime Museum’s Wall Upgrade, Sea Center’s Coastal Immersion Zone, Santa Cruz Island Habitat Restoration, Goleta Slough Hydrologic Modeling Study, Explore Tide Pools with Care Interpretative Signs, Ellwood Mesa Coastal Trail and Habitat Restoration, Rancho Guacamole Fish Passage Restoration, Jalama Beach Restroom Replacements, Cabrillo High School Aquarium, Dunes Center’s Heritage Exhibit, and Pelagic Bird Care Equipment Purchase.
The Goleta City Council this week explored the creation of a community garden, after Councilmember Jim Farr requested that the idea be examined at a meeting in February.
The State Controller’s Office has joined the Department of Finance to demand that the City of Goleta turn over more than $18 million in former Redevelopment Agency (RDA) funds.
The battle over what’s best for Goleta Beach — some want to keep the rock revetments in place, others want to remove them — got a head start Tuesday, courtesy of Supervisor Peter Adam’s long-stewing issues with one of the project’s EIR consultants and the attention drawn to the park after last weekend’s heavy storm.
Through jazz, Vedanta, and beyond, woodwind master Charles Lloyd is still showing which way is east.
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