Santa Barbara in the Time of Trump: Where D.C. Could Strike S.B. First (Indy Staff)

Keeping the Indy Great Again, Too

Barely making a dent into his third decade of life, Tyler Hayden is taking a bit of teasing from colleagues for his recent promotion to senior editor but a lot more well-deserved pats on the back. Projects like this week's Keep Santa Barbara Great Again pullout guide — which took weeks of work in addition to Tyler's regular duties as news editor, and thousands of words’ worth of notes whittled down to a manageable few for print — are all about inspiration, hard work, and some fine writing skills. Asked how he manages to keep his unflappable demeanor, Tyler answered, "Regular walks around the block and a cold beer at the end of the day."

In Print

Tenant Protections Put on Menu for Santa Barbara City Council

Majority Want to Hear Various Options

Majority want to hear various options. Read story.

Omar Velasco & Friends Hold Totem Benefit

Second Annual Festival of Friends Features Nate Salman, Sierra Reeves, and Jeremy Reineck

The second annual Festival of Friends features Nate Salman, Sierra Reeves, and Jeremy Reineck. Read story.

SOhO Hosts Fundraiser Concert for Freedom Warming Centers

Le Reve Nouveau, Jesse Rhodes, Cory Sipper, George Friedenthal, and Shaun Oster Bring Warmth

Le Reve Nouveau, Jesse Rhodes, Cory Sipper, George Friedenthal, and Shaun Oster bring warmth. Read story.

Trump's Washington Through Film

A Night at the (Political) Movies

Spend a night at the (political) movies. Read story.

Transgender Life in Santa Barbara

Transgender Prom Queen and Religious Leaders Are Changing Santa Barbara’s Attitudes to Gender Identity

Transgender prom queen and religious leaders are changing Santa Barbara’s attitudes to gender identity. Read story.

Dario Pini: Slumlord or Savior?

As City Launches Enforcement Sweep, He Worries for His Spanish-Speaking Immigrant Tenants

As the city launches its enforcement sweep, he worries for his Spanish-speaking immigrant tenants. Read story.

Patagonia’s Sustainable Wet Suit

Ditching Neoprene for Guatemalan Rubber

The Ventura outdoors company ditches neoprene for Guatemala rubber. Read story.

Immunotherapy Cancer Treatment Works a Miracle

New Life-Saving Measures Now Available in Santa Barbara

New life-saving measures now available in Santa Barbara. Read story.

Personalized Gifts by Mi Refugio Projects

Tiffani Corral Ortega Makes Jewelry, Purses, Shoes, and More

Tiffani Corral Ortega makes jewelry, purses, shoes, and more. Read story.

’Tis the Season 2016

The Complete Guide to Santa Barbara's Holiday Happenings

Check out S.B.’s most complete guide to all the happenings this holiday season. Read story.

Homeless Issues Then as Now

Cottage Hospital Celebrates 125 Years of Healing

Cottage Hospital celebrates 125 years of healing. Read story.

Bark Like a Dog, Skulk Like a Man

Green Lawns Banned By Santa Barbara City Council

Green lawns banned by Santa Barbara City Council. Read story.

PokeMee Aims to Please

Getting to Like the New Fast-Casual, Hawaiian-Style Goleta Restaurant

Get to like the new fast-casual, Hawaiian-style Goleta restaurant. Read story.

UCSB Presents Fall Dance Concert

Department of Theater and Dance’s ‘Double Exposure: Revealing | Relating | Responding’

UCSB Theater and Dance’s ‘Double Exposure: Revealing | Relating | Responding’ will reorient your way of looking at familiar themes through the eye-opening repositioning of gracefully moving bodies. Read story.

The Kidnap Scam

One Montecito Family’s Tale of Terror

How a kidnapping scam caught a Montecito family in a web of terror and confusion. Read story.

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