This year's party offered shark movies but no shark bait — no one fell off the cliffs, I.V. was quiet. Read story.
Why I won’t be helping you start your modeling career, and other crowdfunding boo-boos. Read story.
Talking birthday cakes and laptop thieves with the rising Aussie artist. Read story.
How healthy is our community compared to the rest of California towns? Read story.
Laura Capps withdraws from 24th CD, setting up a three-way race for two spots Read story.
Muslim women have long had professional and inheritance rights. Read story.
Barney called on the beekeepers when the swarm arrived. Read story.
Bruce Jenner, Armenian genocide, and Santa Barbara’s two degrees of separation. Read story.
This month, promote ways to treat animals humanely. Read story.
Day-long pilgrimages to verify that a water source still flows or that a spring still drips. Read story.
You’re not a professional mental health worker. You have no duty to report someone acting suicidal or homicidal, or both. But do you have an ethical duty to do so? Read story.
The paper takes issue with its masthead on the group's Facebook page. Read story.
The Trabucco murder in 1881 involved robbery, torture, and accusations. Read story.
The top-10-ranked UCSB baseball team boasts country’s lowest ERA; plays UC Davis this weekend. Read story.
Check out Santa Barbara Botanic Garden’s annual native plant sale. Read story.
Unlike Ebola, emergency steps are not being taken to prevent bicycle accidents. Read story.
Keep track of your bike when you’re not pedaling. Read story.
How would you to design your very own country? Read story.