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Solstice: And Lots of Other Cool Summer Happenings

ON THE COVER AND ABOVE: The 2015 Summer Solstice Parade. Photos by Abby Zolldes.

I Hartt Reporting

Agoura Hills native Rebecca Hartt graduated from UCSB this month, but not before spending six months reporting and writing about lifestyle, food, exercise, and other topics as an intern for The Indy. The linguistics major and professional writing minor, who grew up a dancer but now teaches hot yoga, got to write about everything from baby sleep aids and fitness studios to the Humane Society and bugs. "My favorite part about the internship is doing my own investigating for stories," she said. "It's interesting to be able to interview people from all walks of life."

In Print

Selected stories from our weekly newspaper.

Welcome to Breakfast

New Caffeine and Culture Emporium Opens on Chapala Street

A new caffeine and culture emporium opens on Chapala Street. Read story.

Farhana Sahibzada Teaches Indian Cooking

Chef and Cookbook Author Brings South Asian Spice to SBCC This Summer

The cookbook author brings South Asian spice to SBCC’s Center for Lifelong Learning this summer. Read story.

Solstice Welcomes Two New Faces

Robin Elander and Robby Robbins Head Up Beloved Parade

Robin Elander and Robby Robbins head up the beloved parade. Read story.

Solstice and Other Summer Fun

The Best Happenings to Get You Through the Hot Months

Find the best happenings to get you through the hot months. Read story.

Raising Canine

The Latest on the Henry Han Murder Case

The latest on the Henry Han murder case. Read story.

Live Oak Fest Grows Americana Roots with James McMurtry and Sarah Jarosz

Texas Singer/Songwriters Reflect on State of the Union and the Self

Texas singer/songwriters reflect on the state of the union and the self. Read story.

The Waterline Drops into the Funk Zone

The Nook Restaurant and Lama Dog Bottle Shop Are First to Open in Food, Drink, and Arts Complex

The Nook restaurant and Lama Dog Bottle Shop are first to open in food, drink, and arts complex. Read story.

The Foresters’ Fulfilling Formula

How Santa Barbara’s Semi-Pro Baseball Team Keeps on Winning Big

How Santa Barbara’s semi-pro baseball team keeps on winning big. Read story.

The Lone Woof

How Gavin Newsom Will Exploit Orlando to Beat the NRA

How Gavin Newsom will exploit Orlando to beat the NRA. Read story.

Sola Street Bike Route Approved

After Major Pushback from Micheltorena Neighbors, City Hall Reworked Plan

After major pushback from Micheltorena neighbors, City Hall reworked its plan. Read story.

Will Bernie Supporters Align Behind Hillary?

Local Democratic Leaders Talk Uniting the Clans

Local Democratic leaders talk uniting the clans. Read story.

Tone-Up Celebrates 20 Years of Exercise

Suesan Pawlitski’s De la Vina Street Studio Is a Staple of Santa Barbara Fitness

Suesan Pawlitski’s De la Vina Street studio is a staple of Santa Barbara fitness. Read story.

California National Parks in Art

Wildling Museum Honors the National Park Service’s 100th Birthday

Wildling Museum honors the National Park Service’s 100th birthday. Read story.

Go Blue & Green in 2016

Our Annual Outdoor Adventure Guide

Our annual outdoor adventure guide features hiking, sailing, biking, flying, and more. Read story.

Running on Empty: Nira Camp to Carrizo Plain

Hiking Over Multiple Los Padres National Forest Mountain Ranges

Here’s how I hiked over multiple Los Padres National Forest mountain ranges to reach the grassland monument. Read story.

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