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The same week as Coastal Woman publisher Barbara Lanz-Mateo announced that the women’s interest magazine had ended its six-year run-due, in part, to economic stresses that Lanz-Mateo alluded to in an open letter published on the magazine’s Web site-it was announced that a Santa Barbara-specific edition of the North American and European Edible magazine chain will begin. Edible Santa Barbara will debut in March 2009.

KCRW, the Santa Monica City College radio station popular for its news and eclectic music programming, is off the air in Santa Barbara as the result of a malfunctioning “rebroadcaster” antenna in Goleta that is not properly receiving a signal from Oxnard. A 9/30 press release said the station-which broadcasts in Santa Barbara and Goleta at 106.9 FM -won’t return until 10/4, although the channel can still be heard via streaming online at kcrw.com.

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