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Posted on September 12 at 10:46 a.m.
Wow - after 25 years of hard work and dedication the board gives Cay Sanchez a 30 minute marching orders? I know this is common in big companies that have a lot of "sensitive" information - but for a non-profit like this... really? Really? My best wishes to Ms. Sanchez in her future endeavors.
On Art Boss Scrapped
Posted on August 25 at 7:25 a.m.
So who's dumb idea was this in the first place? That's what i'd love to know...
But in the end, all's well that ends well i suppose..
On Proposed Beach Parking Fees All but Dead in the Water
Posted on March 30 at 6:36 a.m.
Thank you Michael for another wonderful glimpse back in time...Having written for/been a contributing editor for the more "current" editions of Santa Barbara magazine over the past 15 plus years, I cannot wait to see this early publication. Will pop into the Gledhill Library, slip on some white gloves and handle our past with care...just as you so judiciously do..
On <em>Santa Barbara</em>
Posted on March 16 at 7:49 a.m.
Thank you Indy for posting our event and Brent's awesome photo! I know you will all be marching for ST Paddy's Day..but come on down to Montecito's upper village for a glass of Foley wine..and lovely guitar music by one of my UCSB interns who worked in the Insiders' Guide, Reyes Gonzalez...
On <em>A Novel, A Guidebook & A Photographer’s Coffee Table Tome</em>
Posted on October 12 at 1:24 p.m.
Might she (and the author) be referring to the Epicurian in downtown Santa Barbara on Carillo Street - or did Carpinteria have a restaurant by this name as well?
On Ain't Nothing Wrong with the Way She Moves
Posted on May 12 at 9:40 p.m.
***Check out Arianna, Can You Spare a Dime? facebook page.
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On Bloggers Say It's Time for Some Recognition
Posted on January 14 at 11:51 a.m.
The book can be purchased ($24.99) at the SBCC bookstore as well as independent bookstores that include Chaucer's, The Book Den and Tecolote. Book-signings are currently being scheduled for February. Dates to be announced.
On SBCC Centennial Book: A Century Of Success, A Future Of Possibilities
Posted on January 13 at 7:13 a.m.
Maybe Montecito Bank & Trust - who is so interested in supporting the community and it's many non-profits - should consider forgiving this loan and helping a struggling paper survive? Just a thought...they pass out lots of checks and have a very good profit, that local bank. So why not support a local paper and stake an interest in it even?
On Bank Sues <em>Daily Sound</em>
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma returns for a special recital with longtime ... Read More
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