Oh no. Two thousand and eight. It’s divisible by four, which means the nation’s collective attention is focused on the presidential election. It’s an important one, of course, and, to say the least, it’s been entertaining so far.
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El Bosque Road in Montecito is a narrow lane winding past old homes hidden behind thick foliage and shaded by oaks. Follow its curves and you’ll arrive at an old estate that’s changed very little since a community of religious sisters began living there 65 years ago.
After an online story at independent.com about a perceived uptick in shark bites along the California coast caused a hurricane of reader feedback, we at The Indy thought maybe we should take a deeper look at the toothy, finned beasts that live in our ocean and patrol the dark depths of our nightmares.
Never give up” is an attitude that’s easier to espouse than to embrace, especially when the project in question has gone on for decades and the chances of success seem slim.
Despite the hard work of taxicab drivers to keep the city safe at night and moving during the day, they’re complaining that they’re being treated as second-class citizens by City Hall, which has approved unprecedented numbers of taxi companies and cabs in recent years yet done little to accommodate the growth.