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Arroyo Toad No Longer Endangered?

U.S. Fish & Wildlife taking comments on changing species’ status to “threatened.”

Telescope Groundbreaking Interrupted

Hawaiian residents protest construction of $1.4 billion project headed by UCSB Chancellor Henry Yang.

Scam Targeting SoCal Edison Customers

The utility company and police provide tips to avoid getting duped.

Capps Trouncing Mitchum in Campaign Dollars

She's raised more than $2 million to his $150,000.

Santa Barbara Again Hosting Amgen Tour

Bike race comes through town for the third consecutive year.

Lompoc Cop Arrested for Domestic Abuse

Matthew Lee Hill allegedly assaulted his girlfriend.

Rattlesnake Canyon Campfire Found

Ashes and burn marks discovered Sunday morning.

Library System Gets $249,000 Grant

Will promote reading for low-literacy families.

Arroyo Toad No Longer Endangered?

U.S. Fish & Wildlife taking comments on changing species’ status to “threatened.”

It’s All About the Music

Just four years in and S.B.’s Notes for Notes is broadcasting its tune throughout the U.S.

Review: Daryl Hall & John Oates at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Maybe it was because the arrangements favored rock, with just hints of ...

Ukulele Genius Jake Shimabukuro Returns

The blazing master of the Hawaiian four-stringer is back in town to ...

Massive Attack at the Santa Barbara Bowl

The British trip-hop act brought a heavy and heady helping of music ...

It’s All About the Music

Just four years in and S.B.’s Notes for Notes is broadcasting its tune throughout the U.S.

Review: Ray LaMontagne

The singer hooked the audience with his range of musical hues and lit up the night like ...

Athletes of the Week

S.B. High's Junior Garcia and Dane Miller earn this week's honors.

Review: Last Days in Vietnam

Rory Kennedy’s profusely illustrative documentary makes some sense of the tragic farce that was the Vietnam War.

Books: No Future for You

Most satirical writing looks weak in comparison to the Baffler magazine’s withering critiques.

Review: The Heiress at SBCC’s Garvin Theatre

Henry James–based drama, directed by Judy Garey, plays through November 1.

Thom Yorke

Radiohead’s leading man reinvents the music distribution wheel — again.

Hall and Oates with Opener Mutlu

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