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Natural History Museum Begins Vertebrate Preservation Project

The project will move 45,000 specimens into bug-proof conservation boxes.

Santa Barbara Joins in on 2019 Women’s March

Santa Barbara participates in annual national Women’s March on Saturday.

Federal Workers Get Utility Bill Break from Lompoc

City decides to extend utility due dates for federal employees during government shutdown.

Have a Thorny Saturday with the Rose Society

Annual Mission Rose Garden Pruning takes place January 19; volunteers invited to bring shears and gloves.

Edison Company Counter-Sues County and City

Claims they were aware of risks underlying original Thomas Fire and debris flow lawsuit.

Man on the Run Hits Car and Two People

Driving away from attempt to serve felony warrant, injures woman and child, say police.

Edison Company Counter-Sues County and City

Claims they were aware of risks underlying original Thomas Fire and debris flow lawsuit.

Santa Barbara Joins in on 2019 Women’s March

Santa Barbara participates in annual national Women’s March on Saturday.

Make Myself at Home: Chapala Street Charmer

In the middle of town, this 3 Bd 2 Ba home is anything but mediocre

Can Santa Barbara Cope with Climate Change?

With the weather growing ever weirder, adaptation is now the name of the game.

Trouble in the Wind Stops in S.B.

Americana-Infused Rock Band on Tour for “Hammer On”.

Natural History Museum Begins Vertebrate Preservation Project

The project will move 45,000 specimens into bug-proof conservation boxes.

Brian Charette at SOhO

B3 master joined by Julian Coryell.

In Helsinki: A Rake’s Progress, and Jazz

Author tours nontraditional music venues.

Vicenta’s Brings Upscale Mexican to Goleta

Carlos Luna’s latest restaurant updates classic dishes and honors strong women.

Santa Barbara Snaps San Marcos' Channel League Winning Streak

Santa Barbara defeats San Marcos 63-58 in first-place showdown.

SideNotes Presents: Peter Harper

Fusing blues and pop-folk music, the ​singer/​s​ongwriter​ ​joins his band to jam ...

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Can Santa Barbara Cope with Climate Change?

With the weather growing ever weirder, adaptation is now the name of the game.



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