The jaws of life that were used to extract the individuals from this vehicle were purchased by the SBFA and have been used to save lives in many auto crashes that the fire department responds to.
Published on October 30, 2012
Much Ado About Nothing at Westmont’s Porter Theatre
Andrew L. Jackson
New CNG Bus
A black bear, defending her cubs, deep in the Los Padres National Forest, during a 2007 trip.
An American Tango at the Lobero Theatre
Gilberto Gil at UCSB's Campbell Hall (Oct. 26, 2012)
The Chichibu Shrine is located in Japan's Saitama Prefecture, about 50 miles northwest of Tokyo. The Gate of the Gods is the main entrance to the shrine and dates to 1592.
Kagura performers wear traditional hand-carved masks that, with their grotesque features, represent the Shinto divinities.
For their Santa Barbara performance, the Kagura Ensemble of Chichibu Shrine will present excerpts from the story of the sun goddess Amaterasu, a myth central to the folklore of the Chichibu region.
Dick Breaux, Alumni Association board president, with new honorary alumna Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree, and Chancellor Henry T. and Dilling Yang.
Bill Brown, Joyce Dudley, Matthew Asner, Mayor Helene Schneider, Salud Carbajal and Andrew Firestone
Community autism supporters walking for autism at Walk Now for Autism Speaks Santa Barbara 2012