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Interview: Bonobo

The Ventura Theater hosts the British electronic artist on April 17. Read story.

Bryan Ferry Sucks at Emailing

The Roxy Music frontman offers some brief musings on showtunes, touring, and Coachella kids. Read story.

Artists Working Together

Three very different collaborations demonstrate the range of our city’s art scene. Read story.

Marjorie Luke Theatre Turns 10

The “people’s theater” is throwing a Beatles bash on Saturday, April 26. Read story.

Abraham.In.Motion Makes S.B. Debut

UCSB Arts & Lectures presents the NYC-based contemporary dance company in an evening-length work inspired by the 1991 film, ... Read story.

What to Read for Poetry Month, Part II

Fifty-word write-ups of some of the latest books of prose. Read story.

Buellton

Buellton is back and finally releasing the follow-up to their 2001 gem, Avenue of the Flags. Read story.

Sam Yahel’s Showstopper Moment

Regina Carter returns to the Lobero; Sings Like Hell welcomes Ariana Gillis. Read story.

Review: Enemy

Director Denis Villeneuve reteams with actor Jake Gyllenhaal for this heady suspense thriller about doppelgangers and alternative dimensions. Read story.

Jennifer Koh Goes Bach and Beyond

For brilliant violinist Jennifer Koh, music is all about connections. Read story.

The Best Show You're Not Watching: Veep

Veep isn’t just political comedy’s best hope. It’s comedy’s best hope. Read story.

Back to the Desert: Hometown Edition

Beck, Jagwar Ma cool their Coachella-scorched heels in Santa Barbara. Read story.

Sam Yahel’s Showstopper Moment

Regina Carter returns to the Lobero; Sings Like Hell welcomes Ariana Gillis. Read story.

Go See: When the Lights Go Out

Santa Barbara artists Kerrilee Kaski and Jen Smithwick collaborate with L.A.’s Zen Arts troupe ... Read story.

Talking Trap with A$AP Ferg

A$AP Mob’s trap lord talks clothing lines, lifestyle brands, and the resurgence in New ... Read story.

Buellton

Buellton is back and finally releasing the follow-up to their 2001 gem, Avenue of the Flags.

Becoming Flume

The Australian electronic artist headlines a show at Casa de la Raza on April 20.

Artists Working Together

Three very different collaborations demonstrate the range of our city’s art scene.

Jennifer Koh Goes Bach and Beyond

For brilliant violinist Jennifer Koh, music is all about connections.

Go See: When the Lights Go Out

Santa Barbara artists Kerrilee Kaski and Jen Smithwick collaborate with L.A.’s Zen Arts troupe on an intimate, ...

Abraham.In.Motion Makes S.B. Debut

UCSB Arts & Lectures presents the NYC-based contemporary dance company in an evening-length work inspired by the ...

Marjorie Luke Theatre Turns 10

The “people’s theater” is throwing a Beatles bash on Saturday, April 26.

Billy Collins & Aimee Mann

Presented by UCSB Arts & Lectures, Former U.S. Poet Laureate ... Read More