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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."

In Print

Bridge School’s Benefits

Carole Bennett and Alain Cardinal Teach Classic and Competitive Game on De la Vina Street

Carole Bennett and Alain Cardinal teach classic and competitive game on De la Vina Street. Read story.

Film Fest’s Riviera Dream Comes True

SBIFF to Take Over the Historic Theater for Next 30 Years

The Santa Barbara International Film Festival is taking over the historic theater for the next 30 years. Read story.

Dog Eat Dog

Poodle Salivates at Prospect of Brokered Election

Poodle salivates at the prospect of a brokered election. Read story.

Reverend Mark Asman 'Refires'

Reflects on 21-Year Legacy of Activism

Reflects on 21-year legacy of activism. Read story.

Chuck Prophet Returns to Santa Barbara

Folk-Rock Singer/Songwriter Plays the Lobero April 23

Folk rock singer/songwriter plays the Lobero April 23 Read story.

Anderson East Speaks

Smoky-Voiced Singer Talks New Album 'Delilah,' Country Categories, and His Voice

The smoky-voiced singer talks his new album 'Delilah,' country categories, and his voice. Read story.

Third District Supervisor Race Begins

Five Candidates Duke It Out in the Swing District

Santa Barbara’s 3rd District Supervisor Race Has Five Candidates and Lots of Battles Read story.

Prep Baseball Gets Heated

San Marcos, Santa Barbara, and Dos Pueblos Battle for Postseason Dreams

San Marcos, Santa Barbara, and Dos Pueblos high schools battle for postseason dreams. Read story.

‘Stealth’ Water Demand Fuels Goleta Growth During Drought

Ban on New Hookups Doesn't Apply to Developers with Historical Credit, Water District Says

Ban on new hookups doesn’t apply to developers with historical credit, water district says. Read story.

Every Dog Has His Day

Ted Cruz Coming to Montecito Fundraiser Near You

Ted Cruz is coming to a Montecito fundraiser near you. Read story.

G-Eazy Does It in the Dark

Bay Area Rapper G-Eazy Headlines S.B. Bowl

Bay Area rapper G-Eazy headlines S.B. Bowl Read story.

Earth Day Vision Quests

Santa Barbarans Are Saving the World, One Idea at a Time

Santa Barbarans are saving the world, one idea at a time. Read story.

The Dog that Didn’t Bark

S.B. Death Penalty Verdict Overturned

S.B. death penalty verdict overturned. Read story.

Sheriff Grilled over Spiraling Costs, Morale Crisis

Supervisors Take Him to Task for Higher Jail Funding, Recruitment Woes

Supervisors take him to task for higher jail funding and recruitment woes. Read story.

2016 Summer Camp Guide

S.B.'s Complete Guide to Summer Camps

Start your planning with Santa Barbara’s complete guide to all things summer-camp that are fun and will inspire. Read story.

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