Selected stories from our weekly newspaper.
The Independent’s Annual Issue Honoring Some of S.B.’s Finest
The Independent’s annual issue honoring some of the finest folks in S.B. Read story.
Producer Opens Grassroots Recording Retreat
Elliott Lanam opens a grassroots recording retreat. Read story.
County Opens New Crisis Stabilization Unit
County opens new Crisis Stabilization Unit. Read story.
New Owner for Oldest (and Only) Video-Rental Shop in Town
Meet the new owner for the oldest (and only) video-rental shop in town. Read story.
Five & ¼ Freshens Up the Formula
Five & ¼ freshens up the formula. Read story.
“Doses & Mimosas” Duo Now a Four-Piece Band
The “Doses & Mimosas” duo will play as a four-piece band. Read story.
The Rediscovery of Santa Barbara’s Greatest Writer
The rediscovery of Santa Barbara’s greatest writer. Read story.
UCSB Professor Anabel Ford’s New Book Bangs Drum on Sustainable-Forest-Cultivation Theory
UCSB Professor Anabel Ford’s new book bangs drum on sustainable-forest-cultivation theory. Read story.
Letters to the Future from Tom Hayden, Bill McKibben, T.C. Boyle, and Jim Hightower
Letters to the Future from Tom Hayden, Bill McKibben, T.C. Boyle, and Jim Hightower before the Paris climate talks. Read story.
Clean, Pure, Elegant Japanese Cuisine Now Served on East Victoria Street
Clean, pure, elegant, and ambitious Japanese cuisine is now served on East Victoria Street. Read story.
Exploring the Many Paths to an Education in S.B. County
The Independent explores the many paths to an education in S.B. County. Read story.
This Year’s Schedule Highlights International LGBTQ Selections
This year’s schedule highlights international LGBTQ selections. Read story.
Is That a Pistol in Your Pocket, or Are You Just Happy to See Me?
Is that a pistol in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? Read story.
But Does the New Model Give Some Campuses an Unfair Advantage
But does the new model give some campuses an unfair advantage? Read story.
Legacy Luncheon Celebrates 18 Surviving WWII Veterans in S.B. County
Legacy luncheon celebrates 18 surviving WWII veterans in Santa Barbara County. Read story.