Selected stories from our weekly newspaper.
Percussion-Intensive Trio Celebrates 10 Years of Music Making
Through jazz, Vedanta, and beyond, woodwind master Charles Lloyd is still showing which way is east. Read story.
Mobs Attack Rakhine Muslim Minority in Potential Ethnic-Cleansing Effort
Kevin McKiernan investigates reports of ethnic cleansing of Rakhine Muslim minority in Myanmar (aka Burma). Read story.
State Demands More Seismic Studies of California's Last Nuclear Power Plant
State demands more seismic studies of California's last nuclear power plant. Read story.
Purveyors of Fine Pinot Noir and More Thrive in Seaside Hamlet off Highway 101
The purveyors of fine pinot noir and more thrive in the seaside hamlet that straddles 101. Read story.
Bestselling Author Comes to UCSB to Talk About His Latest Book
The bestselling author will be at UCSB’s Campbell Hall on Monday, March 10, to discuss his latest book. Read story.
Photos that Stop Bullets
Deborah Bay and Sabine Pearlman both shoot bullets, but there’s no gun in sight. Read story.
A Resource Guide for Brides and Grooms to Pull Off their Perfect Wedding
In this age of reality television and weddings that take as much effort as producing a movie, it’s easy to lose sight of the true meaning of the day. Read story.
Poodle Calculates High Price of Stupidity
“No Praise, Just Guinness,” says Poodle. Read story.
City Considers New Rules of Engagement
City considers new rules of engagement. Read story.
The Dons Chalk Up Their Opening Round of CIF Victory to “Nosotros”
Perhaps it was the collective will of the Dons that produced their 1-0 victory in the opening round of the CIF Southern Section Division 1 soccer play-offs last Thursday. Read story.
The Malian Singer Headlines UCSB’s Campbell Hall
UCSB Arts & Lectures presents the actress and singer in concert on Thursday, February 27. Read story.
The Popular World Tour Returns to Santa Barbara for Two Nights
The ever-popular world tour returns to the Arlington Theatre February 25 and 26 with 15 new films. Read story.
A Fourth-Generation Carpinterian Writes Her Third Western Novel
A fourth-generation Carpinterian writes her third western novel. Read story.
Poodle Perseverates Over Irrational Rationing
Poodle perseverates over irrational rationing. Read story.
Danny Yatom Will Headline Santa Barbara Forum on Sunday
Danny Yatom will headline a forum in Santa Barbara on Sunday. Read story.