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The City of Santa Barbara and Pearl Chase Society have teamed up to give the town's historic Italian Stone Pines a chance at surviving the drought.
She was honored with the Lobero Theatre Foundation's Ghostlight Luminary award in 2013.
Wednesday's concern found to be a different disease.
Dos Pueblos’ Jordan Williams makes the game-saving play.
Arts & Lectures and KCRW co-presented the punk rock pioneer on Tuesday, January 27.
The decision came right before the "perversion files" were opened.
New watering devices, paid for by the Pearl Chase Society, are saving the majestic trees.
The New York-based ensemble presents a theatrical version of a record album in Los Angeles.
Carol is an inward woman who finds her voice (and loses more than a few friends) when she starts writings songs about the people she knows.
Victim's mother details Scout's attempted cover-up.
Permitting issues kill the "pop-up" collection of shipping containers.
City hires legal specialist for expected trial on district versus at-large elections.
Marine Research Specialists to handle EIR of Venoco proposal.
One of 22 communities nationwide in EPA program.
Will determine how to better guide residents and visitors to destinations.
Excluded from Oil and Gas Leasing Program draft proposal.
Paul Casey has worked for City Hall 17 years in various roles, but on 1/27 he was elevated from acting chief executive to permanent city administrator.
Volunteers canvass Santa Barbara for this year's Vulnerability Index.
City Council will hire a polling company to gauge the level of support for taxes to address the city’s vast unmet infrastructure needs.
Find out about zoo jobs, the Barbara Ireland Walk/Run party, and the expansion of an animal museum.
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