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The Truth Behind Tonic

Situated where you’re bound to pass at least once on your average night downtown, 634 State Street has been a nightlife hotspot throughout its many evolutions. But since opening at the address three years ago, Tonic-with a huge dance floor and mix of resident and far-flung deejays bumping hip-hop, electronic, and rock jams-has established itself as the weekend place to be for the college kids, out-of-towners, and anyone looking to shake their rump amid a crowd of sweaty revelers.

Digital Philanthropy

Solvang-based startup finds a creative way to combine online browsing and giving.

Santa Barbara Readers Take On the World Economy

What is globalization, anyway? Its enthusiastic proponents offer an impressive list of benefits: cheaper goods, greater individual mobility, and fewer countries in poverty, to name only three.

Bye-Bye, American Pie

After 27 years in business, Milpas Street’s lone vinyl shop has decided to close its doors. Owner Dennis Hartman cited rising rents as his reason for leaving Santa Barbara, and has chosen to move American Pie Records to a new location at 1412 Tower Square in Ventura.


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