Former Bobsled Olympians Hold Mock Winter Competition
Ice and snow were nowhere to be seen, but that did not stop Erin Pac Blumert and Peter Blumert from bringing the Winter Olympics to Santa Barbara. Read story.
Josef Woodard delivers midfest report, Shannon Kelley peeps parties, and John Zant interviews Bruce Dern about acting and running. Read story.
Legal Drugs, Illegal Drugs, and the Twilight Zone in Between
Don't mess with Big Pharma. Read story.
Alternative Approach to Punishment Gains Traction
Alternative approach to punishment gains traction. Read story.
SBIFF 2014 Kicks Off with Documentary Mission Blue, A Portrait of Activist Sylvia Earle
SBIFF 2014 Kicks Off with Documentary Mission Blue, a portrait of activist Sylvia Earle. Read story.
Our Preview of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2014
Our preview of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2014. Read story.
No Rain Clouds, No Silver Linings
Poodle considers how not to go into a drought. Read story.
S.B. Native Evan Morrison Featured in Documentary Driven
Evan Morrison, a former competitor for Dos Pueblos High, is the centerpiece of the documentary film, Driven: A Glimpse Inside the World of Marathon Swimming. Read story.
New Dessert Shop’s French Cookie Delights
Owner Razmig Tchoboian has spent years perfecting his baking technique, creating a dessert that stands out among the rest. Read story.
Celebrating Black History Month
Fourth annual Worship & Celebration Service revolves around this year’s national theme, “A Tribute to Civil Rights in America,” and will pay tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela. Read story.
UCSB Arts & Lectures Brings Visitors to Santa Barbara
UCSB Arts & Lectures presents a day and night’s worth of Godfrey Reggio’s films on Saturday, January 25, at Arlington Theatre. Read story.
Central Coast Water Authority Issues Bombshell Warning
The Central Coast Water Authority has issued a bombshell warning about dwindling supplies. Read story.
New Jails or New Mental Health Facilities?
Poodle looks for answers to questions unasked. Read story.
Supes Vote to Shelve Divisive Proposal, Say They Need More Time, Input
Supes vote to shelve divisive proposal, say they need more time, input. Read story.
Of Montreal’s Headmaster Talks San Fran, Sylvia Plath, and Suffering for Art
Of Montreal’s headmaster talks San Fran, Sylvia Plath, and suffering for art. The band play UCSB's Hub on Janauary 24. Read story.