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The Book Chumash Renaissance Published

A unique new book, Chumash Renaissance: Indian Casinos, Education, and Cultural Politics in Rural California, has just been published by Paul Gelles, who teaches Spanish and Anthropology at Midland School in Los Olivos.

Miller Named in Wine Enthusiast’s Top 40 Under 40

Nicholas Miller, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Bien Nacido Vineyards, has been anointed one of the nation’s top tastemakers by the influential wine consumer publication, The Wine Enthusiast, in the “Top 40 under 40” issue.

Lower Blood Pressure, Improve Health the Natural Way

A new report from the American Heart Association finds the Transcendental Meditation™ technique is effective in lowering blood pressure. Research indicates that lowering blood pressure using TM is also associated with significantly reduced rates of death, heart attack and stroke.

Party at Calle Real Shopping Center

It’s a Party! The Second Annual Caring and Sharing Day is shaping up to be a Shopping Center Block Party and Non-profit Showcase.

Santa Ynez Band of Indians Donates $6,000 to Safe and Sober Grad Night

In an effort to provide graduating high school seniors a safe and memorable graduation night experience, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Foundation donated $6,000 to this year’s Safe and Sober Grad Night at Santa Ynez Valley Union High School.

Senate Approves to Honor Purple Heart Recipients

Just in time for Memorial Day, a resolution by State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) to specify portions of a highway in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties as part of the National Purple Heart Trail passed off the Senate floor.

Waxing Poetic Press Release 5/23

Santa Barbara-based jewelry retailer, Waxing Poetic, and local conservation non-profit, Santa Barbara Channelkeeper are teaming up on Sunday, June 9th, to kick-off the summer season with a “Sunday Funday” celebration to raise awareness and funds for the protection and restoration of one of Santa Barbara’s most precious jewels – the ocean.

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