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2008 Summer Arts Guide


Though bold, beautiful, and brilliant, the Solstice Parade is not the end-all to Santa Barbara’s summer season of arts. It’s only the beginning, and on the following pages, you can plan the rest of your summer’s music, theater, dance, and film schedule thanks to our Summer Arts Guide. So read on, and make Solstice the spark to your blaze of summertime treats.

• Hot Fun in the Summer Solstice Workshop by D.J. Palladino
• Visual Arts by Colin Marshall
• Pop & Rock by Aly Comingore
• Classical by Charles Donelan
• Jazz by Josef Woodard
• Dance by Justine Sutton
• Books & Lectures by Elena Gray-Blanc
• Theater by Charles Donelan
• Film by D.J. Pallidino

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