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In this show, the LA Louver gallery in Venice Beach examines a pivotal moment in SoCal art history with an important connection to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.
New children's library hopes to raise $2.2 million more.
Tibetan Village Project founder Tamdin Wangdu comes to Santa Barbara to discuss his work.
Towbes Group sells $26.4 mil Goleta offices to Victor Schaff.
Scott Frank’s latest thriller is an exercise in squandered potential.
[UPDATE:] Former gang leader found guilty in retrial, sent to prison for life.
This year's count adds five sea otters, making current recorded population 2,944.
Santa Barbarans have a chance to hear an acclaimed author discuss Timeless when she stops in town as part of her book tour.
Nathan Fielder is taking the feel-good reality TV model and turning it on its head.
This is an issue that needs way more of a public outreach campaign.
Active Transportation Grants recently went to both Goleta and Santa Barbara for bicycling and pedestrian improvements.
Glossy anti-Measure P mailers and TV commercials paid for by out-of-county interests.
Unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile will take off from Lompoc.
Sales tax revenue for fiscal 2014 has surpassed the record set in 2007.
Old songs mixed and mingled with new clunkers on Saturday, September 20.
Rental manager getting evicted so landlord can raise rent on his apartment.
Petroleum is very useful stuff. You can make plastics, lubricants, a myriad of chemicals, and roads with it.
Vaqueros are golden in the red zone at East L.A. with a win 45-13.
County invites citizens to become "planning partners" in a study of future water options.
Funds aimed at increasing retention of minority and low-income students.
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