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Solstice: And Lots of Other Cool Summer Happenings

ON THE COVER AND ABOVE: The 2015 Summer Solstice Parade. Photos by Abby Zolldes.

I Hartt Reporting

Agoura Hills native Rebecca Hartt graduated from UCSB this month, but not before spending six months reporting and writing about lifestyle, food, exercise, and other topics as an intern for The Indy. The linguistics major and professional writing minor, who grew up a dancer but now teaches hot yoga, got to write about everything from baby sleep aids and fitness studios to the Humane Society and bugs. "My favorite part about the internship is doing my own investigating for stories," she said. "It's interesting to be able to interview people from all walks of life."

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24th District Dogfight

With Three Weeks Left, the Most Likely Scenarios in Race to Succeed Rep. Lois Capps

With three weeks left, the most likely scenarios in race to succeed Rep. Lois Capps. Read story.

Cultivating Nature at Quail Springs

Learning Wild Wisdom at the Cuyama Valley Permaculture Farm

Learn wild wisdom at the Cuyama Valley permaculture farm. Read story.

A Weekend of Gypsy Jazz and Santa Cruz Country

Royal Jelly Jive at Cabin By The Sea; The Carolyn Sills Combo at Fig Mtn.

Royal Jelly Jive at Cabin By The Sea; The Carolyn Sills Combo at Fig Mtn. Read story.

Fairview Gardens Cultivates Education

Goleta’s Pioneering Urban Farm Keeps Evolving; Fundraiser Dinner on May 19

Goleta’s pioneering urban farm keeps evolving, hosts fundraiser dinner on May 19. Read story.

Tremendous Trio of Institutional Anniversaries

S.B. Museums of Art and Natural History and Botanic Garden Celebrate Milestones

Santa Barbara Museums of Art and Natural History and Botanic Garden celebrate milestones in 2016. Read story.

Botanic Garden Turns 90

An Evolving Horticultural Legacy Since 1926

Celebrating an evolving horticultural legacy that started in 1926. Read story.

Gaviota Ranches Up for Sale

Realtor Wants Conservation-Minded Buyer for Las Varas, Dos Pueblos, and Naples Properties

Realtor wants conservation-minded buyer for Las Varas, Dos Pueblos, and Naples properties. Read story.

SBCC’s Running Start Gives Glimpses of a Higher Self

Empowerment Program Aimed at High School Grads Who Weren’t Considering College

The empowerment program aims at high school grads who weren’t considering college. Read story.

City College Pledges Two Free Years for S.B. Grads

The SBCC Promise Looks to Repair Rifts in Community Relations

The SBCC Promise looks to repair rifts in community relations. Read story.

SBIFF’s The Wave Film Festival

Pacific Rim Cinematic Fare at the Riviera

Pacific Rim cinematic fare May 11-15 at the Riviera. Read story.

A Dog by Any Other Name

Refugio Oil Spill One Year Later: Too Many Unanswered Questions

Refugio Oil Spill one year later: too many unanswered questions Read story.

Has Housing Experiment Created a Monster?

City Leaders Gasp at 36 High-Density Projects in the Pipeline

City leaders gasp at 36 high-density projects in the pipeline. Read story.

The Blue Owl Wakes for Dinner

Chefs Cindy Black and Toi Dennis Expand Beyond Lunch and Late-Night

Cindy Black and Toi Dennis expand beyond lunch and late-night on West Canon Perdido Street. Read story.

Pascal Baudar Walks on the Wild Side

The renowned forager joins the Ojai Herb Walks series. Read story.

Lots to Love About Lucius

Singer Holly Laessig Talks New Record, Life on the Road, and April Fool’s

Singer Holly Laessig talks new record, life on the road, and April Fool’s Read story.

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