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Published on December 18, 2007
An aerial view of the plans for Westmont, which were upheld by a judge.
A rendering of the new Westmont campus.
Reps from Caruso Affiliated hash out their new Miramar plans with MBAR.
Caruso Affiliated meets with Montecito Board of Architectural Review in December 2007.
Rick Caruso and his VP Michael McManus meet with Miramar neighbors.
Rick Caruso stands back as his cohorts Matt Middlebrook and Michael McManus unveil the new Miramar plans.
Developer Rick Caruso stands behind, from left, MBAR's Anne Almy, Ray Ketzel, and Tony Spann.
Another look at the potential future of the Miramar.
An overview depiction of the future Miramar.
Bob Hazard at the Miramar meeting.
A radar shot of the storm that hit Santa Barbara on Tuesday.
Mission Creek flows through backyards all over downtown Santa Barbara, and the residents heard it gushing on Tuesday.
Just a couple inches of rain get Mission Creek going, from the mountains all the way to the ocean.
The view of Mission Creek in Oak Park at the Tallant Avenue bridge was impressive on Tuesday.
Mission Creek was flowing on Tuesday, December 18, 2007.
Party hats and horns come in many shapes and sizes at the Santa Barbara Symphony's New Year's Eve Concert, which this time out features the music of Leroy Anderson.
Peace on Earth
Dennis Apel with his wife, Hortencia "Tensie" Hernandez.
Dennis Apel on Vandenberg Air Force Base, where he is pictured being arrested in May 2007.
Dr. Mimi Doohan (right) and Dr. Robert Gaines walk the streets of downtown Santa Barbara and volunteer medical assistance to those in need.
Gilles Apap welcomed an all-star coalition of California string players to the Marjorie Luke Theatre for a show of mostly traditional American music.
Solvang's native punkers the Mad Caddies return home for two separate nights of rock.
The author Maureen Foley (left), with her Grandmother Elizabeth Drouin (Grandma Liz) and brother, Chris Foley.
The author pictured with her grandmother Kathryn Bailard (Mame).
T-shirt designs on sale at Blackbird.
Cats jumping from great heights was just one of the many amazing stunts performed in juggler-extraordinaire Gregory Popovich's Comedy Pet Theater.
Tori Amos took her one-woman show-and multiple personalities-to the Arlington stage last Thursday night.
Free People loungewear.
Bag by Harajuku Lovers
Ethan Stewart and Anna from Montana.
J. Cruickshank Muir
Ryan Camou's gravity-defying jumps were among the highlights of State Street Ballet's unconventional NutCracker.
Kate Douglas Wiggin and Nora Archibald Smith.
Chisa Ononiwu's jumper beat Pepperdine on Monday night.