Selected stories from our weekly newspaper.
Sydney Electronic Artist Makes Mid-Chella Stop in S.B.
The Australian electronic artist headlines a show at Casa de la Raza on April 20. Read story.
Buellton the Band Teams with Telegraph Brewing to Release Album on Beer Bottle
Buellton the band teams with Santa Barbara’s Telegraph Brewing Company to release album on beer bottle. Read story.
Gang Violence Drops and Injunction Is Up
Gang violence drops, and the injunction is up. Read story.
Big-City-Style Gourmet Food Court and Market May Change American Riviera Dining Forever
The big-city-style gourmet food court and market may change the American Riviera dining scene forever. Read story.
New State-of-the-Art Educational Facility Now Open
The zoo opens its state-of-the-art educational facility. Read story.
Will Be Sentenced to 20 Years to Life in Prison
The former congressional aide will be sentenced to 20 years to life in prison. Read story.
The Gauchos Work for a Spot in the NCAA Tournament
Off to a 2-4 start in the conference, the Gauchos have a hill to climb to secure a spot in the NCAA Tournament. Read story.
Glasgow’s Next Big Name Headlines the Ventura Theater
The Glasgow Chvrches trio headlines the Ventura Theater on April 15. Read story.
A$AP Mob's Trap Lord Teams Up with Flatbush Zombies in Santa Barbara
A$AP Mob’s trap lord talks clothing lines, lifestyle brands, and the resurgence in New York’s hip-hop scene. Read story.
S.B.'s Complete Guide to Summer Camps
Check out Santa Barbara’s complete guide to summer camps. Read story.
Visitor vs. Student Numbers Released; Supervisors Question Sheriff Over Tactics
Visitor vs. student numbers released; supervisors question Sheriff over tactics. Read story.
New Band, Darker Sounds Descend on Velvet Jones April 5
A new band and darker sounds descend on Velvet Jones on April 5. Read story.
Surfers Turned Smugglers in Thailand and Santa Barbara
A new book tells the hidden story of the boom in Asian marijuana smuggling, circa 1969-1986. Read story.
Calls for Treatment Not Incarceration Dominate Tuesday's Board Hearing
Calls for treatment and not incarceration dominate Tuesday's Santa Barbara County board hearing. Read story.
180 Dead Steelhead: Extinction Is a Long Time, Dude
Something fishy this way dies. Read story.