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UCSB's Tim Devries decodes the variability of CO2 absorption.
Whenever a group has asserted itself as an arbiter of permissible speech, it has abused that power.
Kids and teens do not have the judgment to recognize the dangers to their brains, neck, and limbs.
City Council votes to begin separating from Santa Barbara's library system.
We can survive the difference of opinion!
[UPDATE] Police have released identity of man who appeared to be trying to beat train across Montecito Street.
What does the term "food insecurity" really mean?
Meets at Peabody Charter School on Tuesday.
The short article "Resistance Works" by Odessa Stork renewed my faith in our country.
A video portrait of Gary Sangenito, a Local Hero from our 2016 roster
Entrepreneurship and science employment boosted by the foreign-born.
A myriad of disciplines and approaches were showcased in the two-hour program.
Opera Santa Barbara’s annual event honors Fred Sidon.
Californians for Population Stabilization aim to win the numbers game.
“Go big or go home” is the motto for this 27-musician ensemble.
The college’s Festival Theatre presents García Lorca’s modern tragedy.
This drama reflects on the personal side of U.S.-Russian diplomacy.
The author of ‘Sapiens’ and ‘Homo Deus’ comes to UCSB on February 27.
Animal advocate Michele Morrow spreads compassion through a memorial at Elings Park.
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