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In the year 1961, my grandma, Irene Valencia Cordero, was taken from the reservation after remarrying to a Caucasian.
The singing duo commanded the Arlington Theatre by way of New Orleans on March 17.
Santa Barbara Zoo CEO Rich Block is speaker.
Recent $450,000 payment meant to offset impacts of nearby 101 widening.
Teaching positions and operating budgets are getting chopped.
Santa Barbara is resurrecting its chapter.
Lisa's Place is one of kind.
This year’s roster features 13 films about Jewish culture from around the world.
Coach Andrew Checketts tightens the reins after an uneasy season start.
A large-animal doctor, Bob Saunders treated cattle, ostriches, llamas, and alpacas during his time, but his business was horses.
An excerpt from Santa Barbara: A Guide to El Pueblo Viejo.
With greater urgency, renters are mobilizing against the housing crisis.
510 Casitas Road is a sweet slice of Santa Barbara history.
Republican’s repeal-and-replace health-care bill benefits the young, healthy, and rich.
Broadway musicals are coming to the Granada in the fall.
But officials caution the drought is far from over.
The low-key rock fest featured The Kills, The Dandy Warhols, and Cat Power.
High School Track and Field: 79th Annual Santa Barbara Easter Relays
Eudaimonia celebrates collective experience.
The rock legend passes, plus new music about living on.
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