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Posted on January 12 at 4:46 p.m.
This dance show will be a stand-out and a rare chance to see the mid-century masterpiece - The Moor's Pavane as created by Jose Limon. The four dancers bring this piece to vibrant life! And then there's the totally FUN "Spark to Shine" and the contemplative "Smolder." All done inside of 90 minutes including intermission. Call the box office to get seats now. 893-3022.
On Santa Barbara Dance Theater to Present <em>Time in Motion</em>
Posted on December 19 at 1:17 p.m.
Dearest Ethan - I loved this story. What an incredible journey you've had and what a wonderful outlook you've adopted. Thank you for such an honest and brave story - sending love to your mom and wife as well as you. Mo
On My Life: Paddling Through the Storm
Posted on October 11 at 11:09 a.m.
Congrats to Bob Lindquist on the sale. My most loved quote of the article ? Banks said “What I keep telling Bob is: ‘Let’s keep following your vision. We don’t need to look at marketing studies. We don’t need to look at trends. We just need to follow your lead and your vision and stick to it.’”Sounds like Banks is going to be an excellent steward for Qupe. Cheers !
On Qupé Winery Sold
Posted on October 2 at 12:33 p.m.
Great story here Matt -- because of your familiarity with the place it made the story that much better IMHO. Thanks !
On Reincarnating Santa Barbara's Favorite Bar
Posted on March 5 at 5:08 p.m.
Ciao, Bella You must go see this show. It is totally worth the trip out to campus. Lots of laughs ! If you've ever been to Italy, you'll feel as if you've taken a short vacation. The story resonated on so many levels for me. I'm sure anyone who's my age - I'm a boomer - will have a similar experience. Fresh ideas of family dynamics on stage with solid performances from the entire cast. The four leads are stand-outs. Script, direction, sets, lights, costumes are all top notch. Three shows left - Thursday, Friday and Saturday @ Hatlen Theatre... look at the 411 on the story for deets. Pronto por favore. Baci
On New Play Project
Posted on August 24 at 9:58 a.m.
Agree with all of the above posters -- ask residents for their ID... we do after all live in a Disneyland kinda place LOL
Blaming visitors who bolster our local economy on the reason for giving this up is so friggin' lame Mr. Feinberg.
What's the real reason you're abandoning this perk?
On Art Museum Cancelling Free Sunday Admission for Families
Posted on August 23 at 10:01 a.m.
Clicked on story to find out where Evergreen Park was... nary a mention. WHERE IS IT??? C'mon the five W's are easy guide to any reporter to follow... who what when where why
On Evergreen Park Improvement Project
Posted on June 20 at 6:10 p.m.
Ducknsb.... Allow me to correct your post -- the Western Snowy Plover is indeed a threatened species as is their habitat. Not like all other plovers in their grouping, they serve an specific purpose in nature as do all creatures. The health of threatened and endangered species is strongly linked to our own well-being. By taking action to protect imperiled native fish, wildlife and plants, we can ensure a healthy future for our communities. Sands Beach @ Coal Oil Point has a terrific Snowy Plover Docent program that has been able to keep the beach open for people AND birds with just a little bit of education. I prefer to share my beaches with the wildlife who make all of our lives that much richer & better.
On Feds Issue Plover Protections
Posted on May 26 at 11:06 a.m.
Special note: to all the bowser owners this event is Dog Friendly ... bring that pooch along.
On Art Along the Creek
Posted on May 25 at 3:17 p.m.
Showtime is 8 p.m. As of Friday, still have tickets available. If you have a chance to read SCENE in Friday's News Press - great interview with Danny O'Keefe by Joe Woodard.
On Danny O'Keefe and Bob Lind