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Voting Rights for All

People with Disabilities Are Prevented from Voting

Fifty years after the Mississippi Freedom Summer, voting rights are still challenged for people with disabilities. Read story.

Mangy Dog or Dog in the Manger?

The ABCs of district elections and other corruptions that might be good for you. Read story.

Soggy Dollars

The city's water recycling plant sits in pieces while drinking water flows to parks and golf courses. Read story.

The Boss Responds

A call to Angie's List about its transparency in advertising is answered by Angie herself. Read story.

Voting Rights for All

People with Disabilities Are Prevented from Voting

Fifty years after the Mississippi Freedom Summer, voting rights are still challenged for people with disabilities. Read story.

Biking Across Santa Barbara

An Amgen Race Visitor Comments

Is there any way to make Alameda Padre Serra safer for bikes? Read story.

Reclaiming Our Water

During a Drought, It's Time to Use Water Wisely

Santa Barbara County, in the midst of drought, throws away billions of gallons of usable water every year. Read story.

Taming the Temper

Why Am I So Gosh-Darned Angry All the Time?

How many doors can you slam before you can’t walk back through one? Read story.

Transgender Pride

Santa Barbara Celebrates the T in LGBT During Pride Week

When it comes to transgender community, Santa Barbara has much to be proud of. Read story.

Burning Away All Sins

There is a cool serenity at 3:50 a.m. that contrasts the long, hot day. Read story.

KBC Saturday

It was a calm, warm night in Kigali, and I was sitting out in front of the house with ... Read story.

Saltopia

Riffing on both sides of the Deltopia debacle while feeling like each thought is a spell's magic tentacle. Read story.

Memories of Better Days Persist

Many St. Anthony's students have contacted me, and one asked about the barbershop, where he had sought refuge one ... Read story.

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Event Dissent

Pleeeeeeeeeease bring back the way you used to post events online. Read Letter

Bond Bounds

For Measure S, SBCC needs to lay out a plan that charts where the college intends to go with its growth plans. Read Letter

Murrieta

Would you like to take a bath in shame? / Move to Murrieta Read Letter

Economic Terrorists?

Measure P proponents are spreading falsehoods to scare people into banning oil production using pure steam. Read Letter

A Friend Indeed

It was more than a disappointment to read your news report of Galen Avery's death; it was a disgrace. Read Letter

Mission & State Closes Down

The Mission & State experiment must come to an end. Read Letter

Make Peace, Not War

I hope my senators and my representative will seize the opportunity to speak out in support of diplomatic talks on Iran's nuclear program. Read Letter

Measure P Preserves and Protects

Over 400 communities across the United States have already banned fracking. Read Letter

Starr Struck

Most of us at the Ringo Starr concert enjoyed an evening of live, world-class rock and roll, led by a guy with Class A "celebrity buzz." Read Letter

Swimming in Chlorine

Swimmers beware. Read Letter

Water Politics

Last time we had a drought, we were asked to cut back on our water — and we did so. Read Letter

In Memoriam

On a darkening plane the dead are weeping. Read Letter

Israel, Hold Back

The public should ask if Israel’s response is proportional to the crimes committed. Read Letter

Jews Against the War

Jewish Voice for Peace cares about what happens to the Palestinian people. Read Letter

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