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Investigation into Bicyclist's Death Continues

The 16-year-old driver, Abel Maldonado's son, was hauling a horse trailer in a pickup truck.

Review: Rebelution and Iration at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Two of Isla Vista’s hottest reggae expats returned to headline the Bowl on Friday, August 15.

Aloha Wing: 1923-2014

Aloha’s long day was ending, following 90 sloppily choreographed Technicolor years.

Review: Oklahoma! at Solvang Festival Theater

PCPA’s production of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic is firing on all cylinders.

Matt Armor

This country crooner is evoking a different kind of small town into the Santa Barbara scene.

Review: The Giver

The long-awaited film based on Lois Lowry’s novel struggles through its big-screen reinvention.

Prynce Hopkins

The distinctive house at Garden and Pedregosa was home to Hopkins, who built Boyland at present-day Samarkand.

Bicycles Bear the Risk

Frank Hotchkiss's opinion piece last week ("Bikes and Cars") was off base.

Santa Barbara Studio Artists Open Studio Tour 2014

Some of the area’s top artists will be opening their studios this weekend.

Montecito Gambler Avoids Jail Time but Forfeits $1.7 Million

Stanley Tomchin's attorneys call his 2012 indictment a “smoke and mirrors façade.”

Work Starts on Children's Museum of Santa Barbara

The new State Street learning center will feature interactive exhibits, rooftop garden, and theater.

Homeowner Howl

It's offensive to hear that someone who owns a home in Santa Barbara does so by being lucky.

Research Facility Unveiled at Santa Rosa Island

Scientists and CSU Channel Islands students work and study in new space.

Review: Magic in the Moonlight

Despite its rough start and sour finale, there are some ingenious moments in Woody Allen’s latest period piece.

UCSB Professor Sentenced to Probation, Community Service in Theft, Battery Case

Dr. Mireille Miller-Young and Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust attend the Friday hearing.

The S.B. Questionnaire: Marge Cafarelli

Making a difference with the Santa Barbara Public Market’s developer extraordinaire.

How to Make a Million

Most people know that a bicycle can improve your sex life and help save the planet, but did you know a bike can make you rich?

Trailblazing for Safety

Convincing FEMA and the state to translate materials was the first step in creating Spanish-language CERT Train-the-Trainer program.

Offensive

I wanted to express how offensive I found the cartoon in the August 15 edition regarding Robin Williams's passing.

Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona, 1950s

The Magic Chopomatic reminds of modern-day Twitter soft sells.

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