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Weddings: The Best-Ever Wedding Guide (Indy Staff)

ON THE COVER: Bride and groom Isaura and Alex Saenz at Old Mission Santa Inés in Solvang. Photo by Addison-Harvey Weddings

Expertly Wrangled

When Megan Packard-Hillegas journeyed to South Africa, it was to see elephants (including Rambo here), lions, giraffes, zebras, hippos, water buffaloes, cheetahs, rhinos, monkeys, warthogs, and sharks — which she and her family did. But our production czarina didn't expect to find herself in a stalled jeep, way too close to a snarling lioness with a fresh kill and cubs playing all over her. Nothing compared to Indy deadline stress, of course. Safely back in Zulu Nyala Game Reserve, their guide, Amon, kept them on track for adventures like stalking a leopard at night.

In Print

Herd Immunity or Insanity?

Santa Barbara Anti-Vaxxers Tip the Scale

Santa Barbara anti-vaxxers tip the scale. Read story.

Cécile McLorin Salvant

Rising Star of Jazz Coming to UCSB’s Campbell Hall

Rising Star of Jazz Coming to UCSB’s Campbell Hall. Read story.

Growing Up Avett Brothers

Bassist Bob Crawford on New Albums, Old Friends, and Bright Futures

Bassist Bob Crawford talks a new album and new outlooks in anticipation of the band’s February 10 show in S.B. Read story.

Cloud 10 Jump Club

The Trampoline Venue Offers Bouncy Fun

The trampoline venue offers bouncy fun for the whole family. Read story.

Food Security Challenge Kicks Off

Foodbank of S.B.’s Erik Talkin Will Live on Food Stamps for a Month

Foodbank of S.B.’s Erik Talkin will live on food stamps for a month — again. Read story.

SBIFF 2015 Mid-fest Report

Super Cinema, Stars We’ve Seen, Steve Carell, and More

Super cinema, stars we’ve seen, Steve Carell, and more. Read story.

Praying to a Porcelain Dog

Everything You Wanted to Know About District Elections but Were Afraid to Ask

Everything you wanted to know about district elections but were afraid to ask… Read story.

Desal Time Travel

City Plant Gets Green Light from State Water Board

City plant gets green light from state water board. Read story.

Steppenwolf’s John Kay Gives Big

Montecito’s Resident Rocker Talks Humanitarian Work

The Montecito-dwelling rocker is donating his time and money to some big humanitarian projects, but he’s also looking out for those close to home. Read story.

Children of a Lesser Dog

Three Dead Mikes

Six hundred volunteer to count the homeless; three homeless people dead in Pershing Park. Read story.

Isla Vista Cops Get Body-Cams

But at $300 to $550 Apiece, They May be Too Pricey for Sheriff's Office

But at $300 to $550 apiece, they may be too pricey for the rest of the Sheriff's Office. Read story.

SBIFF Celebrates 30 Years

Roger Durling’s Dream Crystallizes on His 12th Year as Fest Director

Roger Durling’s dream crystallizes on his 12th year as head of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Read story.

Paddling the Big Sur Coast

The Author Explores a Chunk of the Breathtaking Coastline

Last October, Chuck Graham kayaked along a good chunk of the breathtaking coastline. Read story.

Bonsai Boy

Ten-year-old Wins Statewide Bonsai Scholarship

Ten-year-old Tyler DeBlauw wins statewide bonsai scholarship. Read story.

Bill Frisell Goes Back to the Future

The Guitarist will revisit his early classic-rock inspirations at the Lobero Theatre on January 26. Read story.

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