In From the Cold: Former Foes Join Forces to Help Milpas Street Homeless

ON THE COVER: Piedra Blanca, Sespe Wilderness. Photo by Caitlin Fitch.

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In Print

Selected stories from our weekly newspaper.

Songs to Pop Bottles To

A Playlist to Ring in the New Year

Seven songs to help you conquer 2015. Read story.

TV Is the New Art House

Why You Probably Didn’t See the Best Films of 2014

The brave new world of VOD and why you probably didn’t see some of the best films of 2014. Read story.

In from the Cold

Former Foes Join Forces on Milpas Street to Help Chronically Homeless

Former foes join forces on Milpas to help the chronically homeless get off the streets. Read story.

Yule Dog or Yule Log?

Picking a Christmas Movie Ain’t As Simple As It Seems

Picking a Christmas movie ain’t as simple as it seems. Read story.

Branding the Presidio Neighborhood

Hugh Margerum’s Campaign to Connect Restaurants, Shopping, Sightseeing, and Wine

Hugh Margerum’s campaign to connect restaurants, shopping, sightseeing, and wine in old Santa Barbara. Read story.

Police Prejudiced Against 'Blacks and Browns'?

Church Leaders, City Residents Say Racial Profiling is Alive and Well in Santa Barbara

Church leaders and city residents say racial profiling is alive and well in Santa Barbara. Read story.

California Crossing with Cracker’s David Lowery

The Frontman Pulls Double Duty with Camper Van Beethoven at the Lobero

The Camper Van Beethoven frontman on the Inland Empire, Cracker’s new double disc, and early morning songwriting. Read story.

Get Your Holiday Shop On in Ojai

Gifts and Grub Pop Up at Deck the Halls

Deck the Halls brings its seasonal pop-up fare back to the Ojai Rancho Inn. Read story.

College Basketball So Far

John Zant Gives First Quarter Grades to UCSB and Westmont

While the players are dealing with term papers and final exams, John Zant gives first quarter grades to UCSB and Westmont. Read story.

The Miracles and Misery of Mt. Carmel

How the Failed Dreams of Cloistered Nuns Gave Birth to Santa Barbara Wine Country

How the failed dreams of cloistered nuns gave birth to Santa Barbara wine country. Read story.

Are They Going to Pot?

New Federal Rules, and Old Local Controversy

A look at new federal rules and an old local controversy. Read story.

Behavioral Health's 'Big Bang'

Dr. Alice Gleghorn Takes Over Once-Struggling Department

Dr. Alice Gleghorn takes over once-struggling department. Read story.

Profile: Pearl Bloom

Four Decades at Macy’s with No Plans to Retire

The 88-year-old has been working at Macy’s for 40 years and has no plans to retire. Read story.

Sports: Hiking the PCT

Former Gaucho’s Memories of His Pacific Crest Trail Trek

Greg Hummel was one of 15 people who walked the entire 2,650-mile length of the Pacific Crest Trail in 1977. Read story.

One Wrist at a Time

Tom Brown’s Quest to Conquer Cancer through Surfing and Your Forearm One Wrist at a Time

Santa Barbaran Tom Brown is on a quest to conquer cancer through surfing and your forearm. Read story.

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