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Posted on March 19 at 7:33 p.m.
Awesome. In every sense of the word. Awesome.
On Photog Richard Salas Takes Us On an Underwater Adventure
Posted on March 18 at 1:02 p.m.
I love sharks. Hopefully, we humans will stop our slaughter of these magnificent animals before it's too late.
On Nature: Shark Stories
Posted on March 18 at 1:01 p.m.
I love sharks. Hopefully, we humans will stop the slaughter of these magnificent animals before it's too late.
Posted on March 10 at 12:09 p.m.
A prison is a prison is a prison. Poor hapless critters that end up on exhibit. What a terrible fate.
On Sneak Peek at Sea Center Remodel
Posted on March 6 at 1:28 a.m.
Lighting yourself on fire is "extremely unsafe and ill-advised." No kidding.
Before this was the ice bucket challenge. That's water. Up next: The "earth" challenge, where kids have themselves buried alive. And, last, the "air" challenge, where kids see how much air they can catch by jumping off very high cliffs, sans cords or chutes.
On Badly Burned Teen Took the 'Fire Challenge'
Posted on March 6 at 1:01 a.m.
dou4now. What fun. Great looking back in time, isn't it? I kind of do the same thing with old business cards, once in a great while. While looking at the cards, I think of friends' endeavors and old stores and restaurants and hotels that used to be in SB.
Someday I will try and liquidate my collection of postcards. I must have 5,000 of them, many good ones of SB. After reading this article, maybe I can find some truly old ones, too.
On Santa Barbara's Postcard Souvenirs
Posted on February 25 at 11:06 p.m.
Most Mexican voters vote the way the Church tells them to vote. That's what I learned, years ago.
On City Election Sea Change
Posted on February 20 at 11:26 p.m.
Perhaps the individual who wrote Sheriff Brown's "Introductory" to the Investigative report could have written this Indie piece. Now *that's* some skilled writing.
On Elliot Rodger Report Details Long Struggle with Mental Illness
Posted on February 20 at 11:25 p.m.
Perhaps whoever it was that wrote Sheriff Brown's "Introductory" to the Investigative report should have written this Indie piece. Now *that's* some skilled writing.
Posted on February 20 at 11:17 p.m.
This long-awaited feature story could have been intensely compelling and downright chilling, if the Indie had had Nick Welsh or someone with better writing skills produce it. "long-sleeve" "revaled" " . . .he received treatment up to his death." Are knife boxes now classed as weapons? So on and so forth. A plethora of mistakes that rob the article of any passion and force. All of the run-on sentences and poor editing make this piece a painful slog. Independent, you dropped the ball on this one, big time.