Snook the Sloth Leads Kid's Climate March

Spokesloth for the Planet comes to Earth Day in Alameda Park this weekend!

A Civil Rights Summer 50 Years Ago

UCSB alum remembers service for Martin Luther King Jr.’s SCOPE project in Virginia.

Carpinteria-Based Clothing Line Takes Off

Two years in, and this Carpinteria-based clothing line is growing leaps and bounds.

Edible Succulents

Who knew these drought-tolerant plants also make a great salad?

The Ojai Raptor Center’s Open House

Santa Barbarans can meet owls, hawks, and eagles at the rehabilitation center’s annual event.

The Cacophony of Corporate Squawk

Starshine versus the evils of nonsense business speak.

Animal Friendly Easter

With a little bit of planning, you can make this Easter an ... Read story.

Housing and Growth in Goleta

State affordability requirements, recession and its end, and the need for citizens ... Read story.

Deltopia 2015

This year's party offered shark movies but no shark bait — no ... Read story.

Protected Bike Lanes, Coming Soon?

Better lanes lead to safer travels. Read story.

The Langham Huntington Pasadena

The up-to-date yet landmark hotel sits in an upscale area. Read story.


Sadie is a 5-year-old white domestic short hair kitty with green eyes who loves children, laps, and warm window sills.

Get Hooked on Cachuma Lake’s Fish Derby

The 20th Annual Neal Taylor Nature Center Fish Derby goes down April 18-19.

Park Champions on the Loose

Volunteers to help remove invasive at Carp State Beach this Saturday.

The Antecedents of Arroyo Burro Beach

The Hendrys named a beach and a blacksmith's.

Einstein's Lens Bends Time

Multiplying effect of gravitational lenses allow images to travel at different speeds. Read story.

Droga Comes to DiviniTree 

Santa Barbara gets soundtracked stretching for your soul, finally. Read story.

Help with Doggie Selfies!

Support no-kill animal shelters by entering your pooch’s picture in a contest until April 25. Read story.

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