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Rare Book House Sells Unpublished Brontë Manuscript

Brontë Society in England welcomes short story segment and poem by Charlotte Brontë.

Saving Bees with Surveillance

EyesOnHives uses data and analytics to combat declining bee populations.

Trikke Tech Unveils ‘Freedom’ E-Bike

The Santa Barbara County–based electric-bike company releases its latest model.

Smashing Pumpkins at the Zoo

Elephants celebrate Thanksgiving feast in their own vegetarian way.

First Responders Combat Fire Along West Camino Cielo

Firefighters contained the blaze before any homes, buildings, or residents were harmed.

‘Artists’ Balls’

The Arts Fund shows balls for the holidays.

The S.B. Questionnaire: Corinna Gordon

Talking travel and humor with the interior designer and jeweler to the stars.

Former UCSB Coach Alleges Discrimination, Retaliation

Cathy Neushul claims she was demoted after complaining the men's team received more funding.


Paris or Beirut, Istanbul or Mumbai or Mombasa, Oklahoma City all come at you wild, headlong, unannounced, and everything shatters: most notably trust and her sister, peace.

Bus Lines 1 and 2 Stop More Frequently

Morning stops increase for Eastside and Westside buses.

Venoco Reports Net Loss

Company attributes lower revenue to sale of its Oxnard facility.


With all the hatred, killing, and suffering in the world today, why do the solutions being suggested by our world leaders advocate wiping out and destroying the bad people?

Girls Inc. Opens New Teen Center

Nonprofit now serves ninth grade girls.

District Attorney Named Attorney of the Year

Nonprofit organization Santa Barbara Women Lawyers will honor Joyce Dudley.

UCSB Scientists Help Upgrade Particle Collider

Project reaches milestone construction phase.

Can We Do More?

We may also want to ask if we can forgive ourselves for not doing enough to avert further climate change.

Goleta Chess Star Wins Bronze at World Championship

Agata Bykovtsev, 16, competed against 94 international female players.

The Holiday Season Has Arrived

State Street fir tree marks beginning of winter festivals.

Adoptable Pet of the Week

Adorable young bunnies need homes!

UCSB Researchers Study Link Between Parasites and Fertility

Anthropologists investigate how intestinal worms affect female fertility in Bolivia.

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