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SBIFF awards the The Theory of Everything star its Vanguard Award on Thursday, January 29.
Pepping opening night’s welcome and shindig.
Public Health Department initiates quarantines and lab tests.
UCSB's Latino student population has doubled in past decades.
The Whiplash star will receive one of SBIFF’s seven Virtuoso Award honors.
The Get on Up star will receive one of SBIFF’s seven Virtuoso Award honors.
The Oscar-nominated Birdman star will be named SBIFF’s Modern Master on Saturday, January 31.
Blaze contained to 34-foot vessel; no injuries reported.
Screenwriter Gerald Di Pegos’s new play blends disparate genres into an entertaining whole.
Jennifer Aniston turns in a complex performance that makes all of Cake’s flaws fade into the background.
Did a Scout executive try to talk the victim's mother out of contacting authorities?
Neighbors Lauren and Mark Carey oppose outdoor speakers and trash can placement.
This concert was dedicated to works from The Brooklyn Rider Almanac and included a piece commissioned by UCSB Arts and Lectures.
Nine counties report the outbreak, including Ventura County.
Give a Dog a Home ReTail Adoption Center moves to Calle Real.
When Mamanita began working at the Rose Café in 1945, she worked 16-hour days, seven days a week, for eight years, making 75 cents an hour.
Real election reform in Santa Barbara requires even-year elections.
The paper is demanding copies of her emails, web searches, and social media posts.
Smartphones turn our lives into a game of schedule Tetris — and we’re losing.
Roger Durling’s dream crystallizes on his 12th year as head of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
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