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I deeply resent not having a vote in how I vote.
The Santa Ynez Valley’s Gail Gower creates digital tool for antique hunting and more.
The tiny Summerland fire station has outgrown its humble beginnings, and the Carpinteria fire station needs to remain standing and functioning should the "Big One" hit.
Feds taking comments on new wine-growing region between Ballard Canyon and Happy Canyon AVAs.
Robert Gates’s memoir is nearly 600 pages about his experiences in the Bush 43 and Obama administrations.
Court says SCE surcharge should have been approved by voters.
Mark Duplass, Olivia Wilde, and Evan Peters star in a film written by Luke Dawson and Jeremy Slater and directed by David Gelb.
This Seattle-bred songwriter is injecting video-game controllers and a whole lot of energy into his live show.
There is no magic in baseball.
Dr. Helen Caldicott featured for Nuclear Age Peace Foundation's annual lecture.
Consider joining a city or county commission and get involved.
Barry Kemp interviews Norman Lear for Antioch on Friday, March 6.
Director Neil Norman’s documentary will screen at Carpinteria’s Plaza Playhouse Theater on March 7.
Billions of cards were produced and sold around the turn of the previous century.
The beloved singer/songwriter returns to Santa Barbara on Friday, March 6.
I was dismayed to receive notice of yet another rate hike for water usage in the coming months.
Jasper is a very sweet, affectionate Toy Poodle, who is about 5 years old.
Volunteer cleanup crew removes half-ton of garbage.
Santa Barbara County’s Foodbank director reflects on a month of eating cheaply.
Satire takes a bug’s-eye view of human society at Porter Theatre.
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