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The Eastside institution is offering indoor activities and food this week.
The Thomas Fire grew by 3,700 acres Monday; 20 percent contained.
Flames seen Monday night to the east of downtown Santa Barbara and the Riviera are being monitored.
Slower growth and greater containment lead to optimism, ‘but don’t count on it.’
Mexican restaurant offering free meals at all four locations.
Gaviota resident made ‘The Endless Summer’ and the Oscar-nominated ‘On Any Sunday.’
And Congress wants universal concealed-carry laws.
Many laborers have been forced to work without face masks, and Westside immigrant residents were unaware of warnings.
[UPDATE] Public meeting on current fire conditions will be held at 4 p.m. at San Marcos High School.
Undaunted by a smoky State Street, a couple dozen people picketed Verizon.
UPDATE: 1:35 p.m.: Evac order extends into Montecito; warning extends to parts of Mission Canyon and the Riviera.
Evacuation orders continue to move westward for the area north of Highway 192, east of Buena Vista Road.
Fire officials expected this movement, not concerned; schools canceled on Monday.
Climate change was on his mind Saturday afternoon.
Some evacuations have been lifted in Carpinteria; containment is up to 15 percent.
Extraordinary organization transforms lives of at-risk youth.
Cindy Black serves up comfort food for free on Sunday.
In the United States, an astonishing 40 percent of our food is wasted, and most of the waste goes to the landfill.
I don’t want internet service providers to have the power to block websites, slow them down, give some sites an advantage over others, or split the internet into fast lanes for companies that can pay the extra fees and slow lanes for the rest of us.
More than 3,500 fire personnel have been deployed to the Thomas Fire.
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