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For you Halloween freaks and art appreciators out there, this year’s Noche de los Muertos exhibit at Muddy Waters Cafe (508 E. Haley St.) kicks off Saturday, October 18, with a reception featuring music from DJ Magneto. The annual show, curated by Sheryl Schroeder, will feature themed works from artists in L.A., Portland, San Francisco, and S.B.


The Santa Barbara-based Dancing Drum company recently received a impressive grant from the Zildjian Family Opportunity Fund. The award will be used to help bring arts programs, including a Dancing Drum artist-in-residency workshop, back to schools in New Orleans’ Lower 9th Ward affected by Hurricane Katrina. For information on how you can contribute, call 682-8250 or visit


Hearts of Fire, an Ojai-based arts non-profit working with and for homeless peoples, will hold a reception for their newest exhibit at the Center of the Heart Church of Religious Science/Center for Spiritual Living (487 N. Turnpike) on Sunday, October 19, at 10:30 a.m. For more on the organization, visit

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