Santa Barbara Shaken by Small Earthquakes

The Montecito area was first shaken by a brief earthquake at around 11 a.m. on Sunday.

Café Ana Taking Former Coffee Cat Spot

Julian Sanders and Katherine Guzman-Sanders plan new restaurant.

Race for Congress 2018 Already Begins

Carbajal raises a half-million dollars in first three months of this year.

Grand Jury Reports on Doubled Sewer Fees

Laguna County Sanitation District needs funds to replace out-of-date equipment.

Judge Rules Against Ellwood Peaker Plant

Admin Law Judge Regina DeAngelis shot down arguments over battery storage and disaster relief.

Lawsuit Continues Over UCSB Student Cliff Fall Death

Sierra Markee-Winkler's parents say the county, UC Regents, the Coastal Commission didn't do enough to keep the ...

Make Myself at Home: Dramatic Funk Zone Contemporary

Take a look inside this stylish contemporary home at 125 Gray Avenue.

Battle to Save Santa Barbara’s Mission Creek

How the blind cabinetmaker Bruce Munson fought the Army Corps of Engineers and won—almost.

New Santa Barbara Poet Laureate

Enid Osborn was given the title on April 11.

‘Fishpeople’ Film Gets S.B. Premiere

Keith Malloy’s sophomore effort is visually arresting and inspirational.

Chris Fossek Releases Debut Album

One of Santa Barbara's favorite Spanish guitarists makes his recording premier.

High Copper Levels Detected in Drinking Water

At least four properties have tested far above state and federal health standards.

‘Last Train to Nibroc’

The DogStar Theater Company debuts at Center Stage.

White Ledge–Hurricane Deck Loop for the Weekend Warrior

An overnight not for the faint of heart, in the heart of ...

Empanadas @ Tangonadas

Cheap eats and chimichurri delights at new State Street spot.

S.B. Baseball Season’s in Swing

The Dons bounce out of their slump, and UCSB scores a ninth-inning ...

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden: Water Hero

The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden has been working on the sustainability of ...

event calendar sponsored by:
Accept Credit Cards