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Posted on August 7 at 6:56 a.m.

poor and busy? compared to who? bouncing from Tisch to Santa Barbara doesn't spell poverty. NYU is one of the most expensive Universities in the country. As are zip codes in Grenwich Village and Santa Barbara. Give me a break. We should all support local theater, but don't sell it to me on a plate of bull.

On Proximity Theatre Take On <em>Romeo & Juliet</em>

Posted on July 27 at 10:06 a.m.

Jeff Wing - NO ONE has said it better. Nick is a TREASURE in Santa Barbara. NO WRITER can sniff him in style, wit, wisdom, and eloquence. I would donate for a bronze statue. While Barney Brantingham's column is cute, it turns my stomach a little when he wins the Indy's best columnist award yearly. I hope he doesn't think for one second that Nick doesn't have more talent in his big toe. Apples and dried out, sour oranges.

On Holy Hot Dog

Posted on May 28 at 8:51 a.m.

glad warren and his work on City2 are finally being recognized by the Indy - even in a small way. great article. can't wait to read a cover feature on City2!

On Up Close With… Warren Schultheis

Posted on January 31 at 1:40 p.m.

really? shannon kelley doesn't read the paper she is paid to write for? disappointing. taka puna is amazing, as are the proprietors.

On S.B. Style News

Posted on October 22 at 4:50 p.m.

starbucks started as a mom and pop operation and managed to achieve the american dream. they almost tanked themselves making a replicable product which no one wants to invest enough to replicate and continue to thrive. they pay employees well and provide health insurance to those working 40 hours a week.

yes it's a little sad when corporate coffee houses take over but our local competition is pitiful by comparison. when a local coffee house employs hand-washing people and pays them a reasonable wage and makes a good cup of coffee, they'll get my vote.

On Starbucks Not Best of S.B.

Posted on May 15 at 10:52 p.m.

waiting for toxicology results does not suggest that there are theories on how she died but theories on WHICH drugs killed her. come on.

yes, a tragedy. yes, tacky to share theories about it. yes, an open forum. don't like it? don't read it.

On Beloved UCSB Student Passes Abruptly

Posted on February 8 at 11:13 a.m.

seriously. these guys all have front page mugshots the next day. and the kids who caused all this are still being protected. despicable.

On Tea Fire Rebuild Sting

Posted on January 22 at 8:09 p.m.

seriously, rockstar. i agree. the race would be perfect if run in reverse. does the goleta international marathon not have the same ring to it??

On Santa Barbara Marathon Ready to Open Registration

Posted on July 5 at 1:13 p.m.

This N. Fairview resident checks the Indy reports last thing at night and first thing in the morning. You are doing an incredible service to this community with your updates. Every time I check there is new, relevant information presented with care from one of your reporters - including reports obviously written in the wee hours in the morning when only you guys and the firefighters are still out working. It's of absolutely no surprise to me that you outshined your print competition in town. The surprise is that no other outlet including live television and radio has the information that your website does. Incredible work. Stunning, really. I agree on the Pulizer. Can Ben Preston, Ray Ford, Nick Welsh and co. all split it?

On Favorable Friday Winds Aided Firefighting Efforts

Posted on April 6 at 12:27 p.m.

Does Jill work at Fairview Gardens? Or is she SB's most under-the-radar plagiarist? I just read this on a sign at Fairview Gardens down to the Mark Twain quote. Is anyone proofreading over there?

On Cherimoya: The Ugly Betty of Fruit

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