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Posted on August 19 at 11:15 a.m.
What a beautiful, extremely well-written tribute to your mom! I wish I'd known her--although after reading this, I feel that I do. I'm so sorry for your loss.
On Aloha Wing: 1923-2014
Posted on July 4 at 12:47 p.m.
Overly loud amplified music, fights, stabbings, violence--it's always something at these ethnic dances/concerts at Earl Warren. Perhaps it's time to pull the plug--literally--on these types of events. If enough people call or write Earl Warren officials, perhaps we can bring these festive galas to a screeching halt.
On Only One Arrest Made in Massive Showgrounds Brawl
Posted on April 3 at 8:33 a.m.
I think about whether I'm going to find a parking place at Trader Joe's. I just wish more choices were given for this poll, for those of us who wouldn't know a carbon footprint if it kicked us in the collective buttocks.
On Every time you drive your car, do you think about ...
Posted on April 1 at 8:30 a.m.
Just when you think the McCaw woman can't get any more mean, vicious and vindictive.....
Santa Barbara truly deserves better than this travesty that McCaw and Von Weaselburger are trying to pass off as a newspaper.
On <em>News-Press</em> Photog Fired
Posted on March 29 at 2:21 p.m.
See, we can't just send the "travelers" on their way these days. That would be damaging to their scruffy little psyches or something and they'd probably come back and sue the city. And win.
Posted on March 27 at 5:33 p.m.
Interesting how an indiginous people who have always preached peace, harmony with nature, and tranquility suddenly do a complete about-face when lots of $$$ is involved. The Chumash descendants are the most hypocritical group of greed-merchants in the county. Their ancestors must be spinning in their graves.
On Chumash Want More Gamblers and Guests
Posted on March 20 at 9:15 a.m.
Isn't there an entrance fee to get into Jalama Park? If so, that might negate a trip there just to get a hamburger.
On 35 Years of the Jalama Burger
Posted on January 3 at 9:32 p.m.
Can we please stop referring to Goleta as "the Good Land?" It was a catchy title of a local history book back in the day, but through overuse, that tag is becoming hackneyed to the max. How about calling it...oh, I don't know...Goleta?
On Good Land for Development
Posted on October 31 at 11:53 a.m.
Botany has it absolutely right. The present entrance is already a nightmare, due to conflicting traffic involving cars exiting the shopping center from Home Depot and from the restaurants, including McDonalds, from the other direction. A McDonalds entrance and exit from Storke Road would solve the problem completely.
On Goleta Activists Appeal McDonald's Drive-Through
Posted on October 27 at 5:55 a.m.
Umm...shouldn't the headline say "DRIVING Drunk"?
On Drinking Drunk