Selected stories from our weekly newspaper.
Star chef Vanessa Craig hosts Gaviota Coast fundraiser to benefit earthquake ravaged country. Read story.
Longtime Santa Barbara Musician Goes Solo
Longtime Santa Barbara musician talks about his solo project. Read story.
Glen Phillips Headlines Fundraiser for the Lompoc Theatre Project
Glen Phillips headlines a night of acoustic music to raise funds for the Lompoc Theatre Project. Read story.
A Night of A Cappella Heroes and Dramatic Triumphs
It was a night of a cappella heroes and dramatic triumphs. Read story.
Amid U.S. Senate Scrap, Santa Barbara Pols Jockey at State Convention
Amid U.S. Senate scrap, Santa Barbara pols jockey at state convention. Read story.
Matt Osgood Asks County to Approve $44.5 Million Ownership Transfer
Matt Osgood asks county to approve $44.5 million ownership transfer. Read story.
Braille Institute Instills Kitchen Confidence
Santa Barbara’s Braille Institute instills “Kitchen Confidence” with course for visually impaired. Read story.
Today's Hippest Alt Acts Come to the Bowl
Today’s hippest alternative music acts come to the Bowl. Read story.
Let Them Drink Perrier
To be safe from the drought, they can drink Perrier. Read story.
A Look at YStrive, a Santa Barbara Nonprofit Helping At-Risk Youth
A look at YStrive, a Santa Barbara nonprofit helping at-risk youth. Read story.
New Leader Michael Baker Mending Bridges and Paving Roads
Four months in, new leader Michael Baker is already mending bridges and paving roads. Read story.
Foot Patrol Cracks Down as Long-Term Residents Rise Up
Foot Patrol cracks down as long-term residents rise up. Read story.
USC Professor and Chumash Healer Jim Adams Leads Educational Hike in Tucker’s Grove This Weekend
USC Professor James Adams and Chumash healer leads educational hike in Tucker’s Grove this weekend. Read story.
Santa Barbara Teen Follows His Musical Calling
Santa Barbara teen follows his musical calling. Read story.
Bryan MacPhail Answers Call to Serve Hot Lunches with Locally Grown Kids
Bryan MacPhail answers call to serve hot lunches by starting Locally Grown Kids. Read story.