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I.S.L.A. Carte’s Spring into Summer

"Last Tuesday, I.S.L.A. Carte provided a tasting outside of the SRB with the theme “Spring into Summer.” The cart only used in-season and locally grown produce."
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Panera Bread’s Positive Changes

On May 5, 2015 Panera Bread Company announced in a press release that all artificial ingredients will be removed from their menu by the end of 2016, including but not limited to artificial coloring an...
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A Century-Old Treasure

A spontaneous trip to the small Scottish town of Callander transformed into a magical encounter with a 1925 personal journal and collection of recipes
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Two More Reasons To Keep Your Produce Local

Goleta's bi-weekly farmers market may be small, but it has some perks of its own.
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Talk To Discuss Sexual Assault

Santa Barbara Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson and Assemblyman Das Williams will give a talk titled “Sexual Assault on College Campuses” in Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall today at 8 p.m.
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Armenian Students Hold Candelight Vigil

UCSB chapter of Armenian Student Association (ASA) commemorates 20th-century genocide of 1.5 million
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Melgoza Pushes for Change

Second-year student will file a complaint stating that the university violated her Title IX rights
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Fan of the Gaucho Farmers Market? Check Out what Downtown has to Offer

If you only hit up the Gaucho Farmers Market...Here’s what you’re missing:
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Don’t Pass Up Passover: Chocolate-covered Matzah

Chocolate-covered Matzah tastes like a combination of a heath bar, peanut brittle and chocolate — in other words, heaven.
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A.S. Finance and Business Committee Meets to Allocate Funding

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee met Monday evening in the State Street room of the UCen to hear funding requests from 18 student organizations.
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Shooting Victim Files Complaint Against County, Sheriff, Regents

Former student Antoine Cherchian, a victim of the May 23 Isla Vista shooting last spring who survived multiple gunshot wounds, filed a complaint for damages against the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’...
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Purim: A Time to Drink, Eat and be Merry

Tomorrow is without a doubt the most joyous holiday on the Jewish Calendar, Purim, partly because of Hamantashen. Make the traditional triangular, jam filled cookie with this recipe
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Santa Barbara Exploring Voting Changes

The City Council of Santa Barbara is drawing up new electoral boundaries with community input and will begin implementing by-district elections starting November 2015 as a result of a partial settleme...
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Gluten-Free Bakery Wows Gluten-Eaters

Even if you don't believe in eating gluten-free, these wheat-free treats are worth a try!
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MSA Condemns Federal Programs

The Muslim Student Association West released a public statement on Saturday stating that Muslim Student Associations at universities across California are against the Department of Homeland Security...
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