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Posted on March 24 at 5:14 p.m.
Great site to check out www.feminist.com - friend of mine Marianne Schnall started in in 1995.
On Women Make History Every Day
Posted on March 12 at 5:08 p.m.
Excellent story Nick !!
You got my interest on the doc -- but there's no info on what time it will play at Carriage Museum.. just the caption under their photo. "Tina and Michael Love exhumed the ghost of Nicholas Den from the ashes of Santa Barbara past, making a documentary short that premiered in San Luis Obispo last week and will play this weekend at Santa Barbara’s Carriage Museum."
pray tell, when will it play? THX!!
On How Irish Immigrants Saved Santa Barbara
Posted on February 21 at 1:36 p.m.
Very well written Jerry, as always, and well informed on the history of the CA water wars to paint the 'big picture" for me. You have a great perspective from having spent so much time in S.F. Concerned about the last 3 grafs of your column -- pls keep us up on what's going down in the Delta. Thanks!
On Mega-Drought Mega-Trends
Posted on November 11 at 1:29 p.m.
What a great story Vic about your neighbor and veteran "Del." Your column proves that every one has a story to tell, some more intense than others, but all one needs to do is ask and then listen. You listened and you wrote a very moving piece for Veteran's Day. Thank you!
On The Vet Next Door
Posted on September 18 at 11:09 a.m.
Personally, I like the light-hearted "Gator Boy" mural and think it should stay put. It's not highly visible in the historic district, as Henryjk noted, it's nearly next to the Paseo Nuevo, which is about as historical as it is hysterical in terms of architecture. The "if we approve this we'll have more to answer for" seems like a "because I said so" response. Well done and simple mural that adds to the property and makes people SMILE! Save the Gator Boy.
On Cajun Kitchen Rallies to Save 'Gator Boy'
Posted on April 17 at 1:57 p.m.
Thanks for the ink Indy/Charles :)Just to clarify - the silent auction is for some cool goods & services while the art & photographs -- 200+ pieces - are for sale - no auction on the art. You can buy what you love and there's a lot to love here.
Great music @ the reception Fri 5 - 8 and RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to get a free glass of wine (for the reception only) On saturday we'll have screenings of Beezhan Tulu's doc on Selma Rubin and Shaw Leonard will show his newest trailer for his film on the Gaviota Coast.
www.s-c-a-p-e.org ♦ www.gaviotaconservancy.org ♦ www.savenaples.org
On Artists Working Together
Posted on March 16 at 1:14 p.m.
Thanks for the review! It's a refuge from the State Street bars and is a true "local" place. Gonna try out some live jazz soon -- stay tuned for mo' info.
On The Pickle Room
Posted on March 1 at 1:29 p.m.
Two previews into the seven and audiences are loving this show. Most often heard comment - 'I love that it's happening right now - it's today' and 'I can relate to the characters.' And there are six distinct characters on stage not counting the location of Joshua Tree to choose from. Opening line of the show : "I f----d up" ...who can't relate to that? Annie Torsigleri and Vicki Finlayson are just wonderful as Ruth and Lois. Sunday matinee 3/2 @ 2pm has tickets available and clocking in at a brisk two hours with intermission, you'll get home in time to watch the Oscars.
On Launch Pad’s <em>Untitled IV by Ruth Markofsky</em>
Posted on February 26 at 10:27 a.m.
who are the teachers here?
On New Home for Dance
Posted on February 26 at 10:24 a.m.
Get to the Hatlen theatre to see this fresh, new work by ALison Tatlock. This woman has a great nack for the vernacular of our times. It's funny... it's serious…it's NOW. Show only has a limited run of seven performances. Have been watching the show unfold, and Annie and Vicki are terrific in the leads and the acting stu's - Adrian, Zackery, Skarlett and Tonea rise to the occasion. Top notch tech team led by Risa have given SB audiences some great theatre to witness. Be there or be square….