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Posted on July 8 at 5:35 p.m.
To make this news release credible, it would be useful if the Lobero Theatre Foundation were to issue an independent analysis of the tree conducted by a licensed arborist.
On Lobero Theatre Loves Olive Trees
Posted on July 6 at 9:49 a.m.
An article about binkinis and NO photos? Come on, Indy. Pixels are free; add more images to your news stories.
On Bikini Business Gets Cheeky
Posted on July 6 at 9:46 a.m.
Seems the tipsy guy took the exit ramp a tab too fast.
On Drunk Driver Crashes into Police Car
Posted on June 29 at 12:19 p.m.
If Caruso makes our decidedly uninteresting downtown open air mall more like The Grove it can only be a plus for the city.
On Rick Caruso Takes Over Paseo Nuevo
Posted on June 21 at 12:32 p.m.
Does anyone have some photos of the shack? It would be interesting to see what was destroyed...
On Rincon Pit Shack Gets Wiped Out
Posted on June 18 at 10:36 p.m.
The cab company, Absolute, is named after a popular brand of vodka. Sort of says it all, doesn't it?
On Taxi Company Sued for Passenger's Death
Posted on June 17 at 7:18 a.m.
An earlier plan to replace the Von's store was to build a world class convention center, something Santa Barbara badly needs. The idea was to have the area serve as an arts and entertainment zone with the adjacent Arlington Theater. Sounded like a much better use of the land than yet another mixed use condo complex.
On Alma del Pueblo Taking Shape
Posted on June 7 at 8:04 a.m.
So, when do all the ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT efforts kick in? As one of the few cities and counties in the STATE to not have any form of econ dev program, it behooves our area business leaders, elected officials and community leaders to finally take this seriously. Santa Barbara would not have been as badly hit during this past recession if we had policies in place to encourage business and job creation.
On Ken Oplinger Takes Over Santa Barbara Chamber of Commerce
Posted on June 4 at 10:56 p.m.
Now that's not funny!
On Goleta Man Dies From Laughing Gas Overdose
Posted on March 20 at 10:25 a.m.
Constructing things that are unnecessary and dreadful looking seems to be an obsession with our local institutions. Take a drive through the hodge podge of buildings, halls and research centers on the UCSB campus. No master plan, no uniformity, no charm whatsoever, just a collection of architectural styles and fads conjured up by high priced designers. The horribly over-sized looking and yet claustrophobic new airport terminal building is another sad example. Why would anyone design a public space with a very low ceiling and then paint it a dark color to magnify the problem? Oh, and let's hide away a public restaurant on the second floor so nobody without a boarding pass can enjoy it and then seal all the windows so we don't capitalize on the weather and beauty of the area. Are half-baked plans like this the best this profession can achieve?
On Leave It Be