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Blondie and Garbage

Rage and Rapture Tour hits Santa Barbara Bowl. Read story.

Green Starts at the Top

Jack Johnson Provides Reusable Pint Glasses to Audiences at the Bowl Read story.

Hearing Josh Kun’s ‘Aural Border’ at SBMA

The MacArthur fellow discusses California’s ‘Spanish Fantasy Heritage’ through song. Read story.

Stage Left Presents ‘Legally Blonde’

Their take on the hit musical plays at Santa Barbara High School. Read story.

‘Newsies’ at PCPA

Newsboys dance and sing for a fair deal. Read story.

‘The Robot War’

Joe Friend and Matt Haley’s graphic novel sets a robot apocalypse in Santa Barbara. Read story.

UCSB Arts & Lectures Announces 2017-18 Season

Bill Murray, Joe Biden, Samantha Bee, and a dance to the Beatles coming soon. Read story.

Slightly Stoopid with Iration

Fan favorites bring reggae vibes to the S.B. Bowl. Read story.

Q&A with Arlo Guthrie

The legendary folk singer visits the Lobero Theatre. Read story.

‘The Exception’

Even Christopher Plummer can’t save this film; check out reruns of Hogan’s Heroes instead. Read story.

‘Appalachian Spring’: American’s ‘Ode to Joy’

Aaron Copland’s classic and a world premiere are on the evening’s slate at the Tue., Jul. 11 concert at ... Read story.

Netflix’s 'Girlboss' Disappoints

Bored twenty-something falls into niche business success based on a skill set of knowing little and demanding everything. Read story.

Tributes In Photos and Music

Alan Kozlowski talks at SOhO, and shelter remembers Daniel Collier. Read story.

Slightly Stoopid with Iration

Fan favorites bring reggae vibes to the S.B. Bowl.

Netflix’s ‘Girlboss’ Disappoints

Bored twenty-something falls into niche business success based on a skill set of knowing little and demanding ...

Hollis Brown Comes to The Goodland

New York rockers keep it real.

‘Appalachian Spring’: American’s ‘Ode to Joy’

Aaron Copland’s classic and a world premiere are on the evening’s slate at the Tue., Jul. 11 ...

Natalie Merchant Lights Up the Bowl

The singer/songwriter’s voice was as enchanting as ever.

Dirty Heads Headline Bowl

The Orange County band brings relaxed energy to appreciative fans.

Music Academy of the West’s World Premieres

The Festival Orchestra played reworked compositions by William Neil and Matthew Aucoin.

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