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Posted on July 17 at 4:01 p.m.
Ireland, Italy, and China have all banned plastic bags. Is it too much to ask our City Council members to do the right thing just because it is the right thing?
On Plastic Bag Ordinance Tweaked, Not Overhauled
Posted on July 13 at 10:52 a.m.
The generosity of the Hollisters and dedication of the Dovers is an inspiration to all of us! This is one non profit that I intend to support!
On Hollisters Donate Last Piece of Land to Animal Rehab Center
Posted on June 23 at 10:16 p.m.
What a tremendous gift to our community from Ms. Clark. We should all feel blessed.
On Clark Estate to Become Public Art Museum
Posted on March 16 at 7:18 a.m.
Love Backyard bowls! Healthy, scrumptious, friendly staff...a perfect way to start a Santa Barbara morning!
On Backyard Bowls
Posted on February 16 at 8:40 p.m.
This is a great little frame shop located in the Arts District. The owner is extremely helpful and very friendly. His work is professional and his prices are more than reasonable. I'm so glad he decided to make lemonade out of a lemon situation. All the more reason to give Fast Frame your business.
On Man Crashes Through Downtown Storefront
Posted on October 2 at 8:10 a.m.
Will the decommissioned rigs still be visible from the shore?
On Governor Signs Rigs-to-Reefs Bill
Posted on September 30 at 11:02 p.m.
A big thanks to Sherry Stockwell for sharing her memories of the Clark Mansion. How many of us have wistfully pondered about this house that sits so regally on the cliff overlooking East Beach?
On A Visit to the Clark Estate
Posted on June 26 at 10:26 a.m.
A huge applause for the landscaping enhancements that have made Isla Vista a more attractive community. It's far overdue. Getting additional student buy in is critical – most Isla Vista residents recognize the importance of tending to Mother earth and the environment. Embracing that philosophy in our own backyard makes complete sense. Fostering a community spirit that discourages people from tossing shoes into telephone wires and encourages neighbors to tend to their environs would enhance the quality of life for everyone who calls Isla Vista home. It'd be cool to see an expanded student driven stewardship movement that is supported by community landlords, the university, and the UCSB Alumni Association.
On Isla Vista Needs a Makeover