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Posted on July 6 at 8:11 a.m.

This is a huge victory for all of Santa Barbara! An under-used space will soon be attracting people back downtown to eat, shop and be stimulated and entertained by quality theater....what's to lose? As a former tenant of that beautiful space, my congratulations to Mr. Westen and all the hard working people that are making this dream a reality!!
Paul Arganbright

On Ensemble Theatre Company’s New Project

Posted on February 10 at 8:21 a.m.

and wasn't there a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the contractor for installing moldy lumber in the original building? What became of that suit?

On What Was Bacara’s Dworman <em>Thinking?</em>

Posted on May 31 at 4:57 p.m.

Dear Nancy,
I'm not sure how I missed this news. Congratulations on this exciting "next phase" of your life!! Your contributions to the arts in Santa Barbara have been gigantic (major/major)! But your contributions to the very fabric of our community by way of your-- leadership, kindness, respect, honesty, integrity...are nothing short of monumental.
You were an enormous help to me and I am honored to have worked with you at the Lobero and honored to call you my friend. With much love and best wishes. Paul Arganbright

On Development Director at CAMA to Retire in June

Posted on December 18 at 8:46 a.m.

Let's also remember these two loving families, and hundreds of others in our community, who work hard to make a living and a better life for their children by helping us raise our families, keep our city beautiful, clean our homes and work for minimal wages in our town, making it a better place for all of us.
Keep this in mind the next time you hear someone "dis" hard-working Latino people. Better yet, speak up, on behalf of Macrina and Marcos and their families.

On Macrina Ocampo Mata: Nanny

Posted on September 30 at 7:46 a.m.

This is such a beautiful, under-used space and a perfect fit for Ensemble. It was Tellefson's big plans for this space, at the cost of hundreds of thousands of dollars, that cost Santa Barbara its independent film and event venue: The Victoria Street Theater. So now this spot sits mostly empty. It would be a shame if she derailed this majority endorsed plan. Where's the Unity, Barbara?

On Victoria Hall Theater Drama

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