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Posted on March 23 at 10:23 a.m.
Thank you John for your support of all sports but specifically the article about runners Curly Guillen and Jessica Douglas. I hope you inspire younger runners to join in and run all the beautiful trails and roads in Santa Barbara. I also hope you do more articles about our passion running. Leo Schumaker-Leo's "Running & Racing" KCSB 91.9 FM.
On Sports: Running
Posted on January 30 at 10:04 a.m.
I just miss my friends that I grew up with at The Goleta Post Office. I used to go to Santa Barbara Blues shows with Dexter at La Casa de la Raza. Charlotte had two disabled kids she took care of and still had time to organize all our parties/picnics. All missed.
On The Goleta Postal Murders
Posted on April 17 at 7:50 a.m.
I wish all our local runners a great race, beautiful weather, and a fast time. Most of all you inspire us all. Long may you run.
On Santa Barbara Marathoners Stay Boston Strong
Posted on November 17 at 8:01 p.m.
Thanks so much Josef and KCSB. It's a pleasure to read these kind thoughts and have such a great station in Santa Barbara.
On Airwaving the Freedom Flag
Posted on October 30 at 9:41 p.m.
So proud to be on this radio station. Such a talented, quirky, fun group of DJ's. I hope all the listeners support this station during pledge drive and at the music/record show. Leo Schumaker-"Bluesland" and "Running & Racing" KCSB.
On KCSB Bank Burner Records Celebrates Dante Elephante Release & Annual Fund Drive with Live Concert
Posted on October 2 at 9:29 p.m.
I used to work at the post office right behind there. All of us clerks and carriers used to hang out there after work. I'm going to call/email all my postal peeps and we are going to party. Thanks Bob, son, and Willy. You all rock. Leo Schumaker
On Reincarnating Santa Barbara's Favorite Bar
Posted on July 9 at 11:25 a.m.
I hope The Lobero Theatre will remember to have the Olive Trees sprayed every spring to cut down on the fruit that drops and would damage all the new carpets.
On Lobero Theatre Loves Olive Trees
Posted on August 12 at 9 p.m.
Hi All, I agree with keeping our Post Offices going. I worked at the Post Office for 28 years on the windows and I gave a smile and lots of hard work to all that came up to my window. I saw lots of clerks do the same. I was proud and happy to serve everyone there. Post Offices are very important to business and regular consumers. Please keep this very important part of the community going. Thanks to you all.
On Save Our Post Offices
Posted on June 14 at 7:40 a.m.
Great stuff Colin. Sadao's "Orange Express" album is one of my favorites. How about the band "Hiroshima"?
On A Surprise Evening of Japanese Jazz
Posted on February 1 at 9:52 p.m.
Thanks Colin and Darla. Loved Darla's story. Love KCSB!
On KCSBeat: <em>Rock it Properly</em>