From dusk to dawn, 10 men and women talked, prayed, and dozed beneath the cold, cloudless Isla Vista sky last night, December 21. They were part of a vigil for the 20 homeless Santa Barbarans who died on the streets in 2006 and the innumerable others who preceded them.
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Despite denials from his representatives, rumors posit that Michael Jackson may may be looking into selling his Neverland Ranch estate on the reality show Million Dollar Listing for $50 million.
Two studies emerge from UCSB professors in December: One explores how single people are viewed by scoiety. The other details a species of snail that has migrated into American ecosystems and the parasitic flatworms that came with it.
By overturning a vote by the state Fish and Game Commission, a state Superior Court Judge has declared that the Californian populations of tiger salamanders should be classified as endangered.
Now in its fifth year, UCSB’s International Capture the Flag contest pits teams from across the globe against each other in the race to overcome online security hurdles and find the digital goal.
You probably know by now that on December 3, the UCSB men’s soccer team won the national championship. Did you hear what the Gaucho fans did upon learning that? They threw a goal into the ocean. Did you see that happen? Now you can.
This week, Michael Bennett, Eric Onnen, and Roger Aceves took the oath of office as members of the young City of Goleta’s second City Council, replacing Cynthia Brock, Jack Hawxhurst, and Margaret Connell. It marked a shift toward pro-growth in the previously slow-growth government. See what may be in store.
There’s a Grinch running around the streets of Santa Barbara this holiday season, and the tops of Christmas trees seem to be what he or she is craving. That’s not good for tree seller Anthony Del Bello, who’s not out about $14,000.