COAST gave the first ever Barry Siegel Award to Marc Chytilo (with beard).
Published on Nov. 6, 2007
Incoming MBAR secretary Jason Moore sits next to outgoing secretary David Villalobos.
Ms. Traxler, in white, gets to have fun with ropes in SBHS's Peter Pan.
Go easy with the spigot!
Even the firefighters tried to figure out what to do with the bus.
Imagine driving around East Mountain Drive and seeing this stuck bus.
A big thank you to the tow truck driver!
Smitty's Towing to the rescue!
What to do with the stuck bus?
The diligent parking lot volunteers at the Community Kitchen benefit tour.
John and Christy Venable
Nancy Salvucci and Sue Adams
A view from the homes tour to benefit the Community Kitchen.
Look familiar? Painter Heather Mattoon is a much-appreciated member of Santa Barbara's arts and culinary communities.
Andrew Herro launches himself over Renee Jaworski's head in B'zyrk.
Gangl Howe with Fred Lehto (asFrank).
Leslie Gangl Howe as Emma has her hands full with the three men in her life, including radioactive houseguest Greg Haynes (Tom Hinshaw).
Matthew Horn as Woyzeck shaves Grant Gerard as the Captain.
The Captain threatens Woyzeck.
Guitar guru David Lindley played to a packed crowd of folk fans on Saturday night at the Lobero.
Dave Wakeling brought his English Beat to SOhO for a night of ska and dancehall classics on Friday night.
Gwen Stefani hit the Santa Barbara Bowl on Saturday, announcing the end of her solo career and her upcoming return to No Doubt.
Siblings Tegan (left) and Sara took to the Lobero stage on October 31 for a special Halloween show in support of their latest album, The Con.
Max Schott (right) with Speedy Peake, 1958.
John Sisterson is the head coach of the women's soccer team at SBCC. Ranked No. 6 in the state and done with their regular season, the ladies will host a playoff game next Saturday, November 17.
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
Santa Barbara around 1840 when the hide and tallow trade was a major part of the economy
Cory Steffen's "The Last Oak."
Libby Black's "Back in the Saddle Again."
"Runaway Steer" watercolor.
"Five Vaqueros" watercolor and gouache.
"Blackfoot Women, Western Canada" watercolor and gouache.
"The Trail Boss" oil on canvas.
"Gathering at Mission Santa Barbara" watercolor.
Host of PRI's beloved weekly program This American Life, Ira Glass gave a brilliant live presentation full of his signature "pleasurable surprises."
Sidney Lumet, in his fifth decade of movie-making, hits the big screen again with this melodrama about a robbery gone seriously wrong that stars Albert Finney.
Bee Movie gets an F for veracity, as it manages to confound bee life by showing worker bees to be macho flying dudes packing nectar-sucking cylinders and worshipped by the girl bees, to boot.
Shipping containers are carpeting the world.
Marc Levinson's enlightening book, The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger.
An inside view of the recycled shipping container, designed by UCSB art students.
A close-up of the container's sleeping area.
A side view of the recycled shipping container, donated by J Staal.
The front door to the box.
Bunk beds in the recycled container.
A mechanized crane is all that's needed to move the containers these days, so gone are the days of vibrant port worker communities.
Shipping containers are piling up at ports around the country, with nowhere to go.
Shipping containers come to port.