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Chateau Whatever, formerly known as HomeCookedHood, is a pop-up restaurant in Karla Subero’s apartment in Isla Vista. Several locals flock to her apartment-turned-restaurant every weekend for its themed cuisine.
Chateau Whatever, formerly known as HomeCookedHood, is a pop-up restaurant in Karla Subero’s apartment in Isla Vista. Several locals flock to her apartment-turned-restaurant every weekend for its themed cuisine.

Isla Vista Pop-Up Restaurant To Hold Final Brunch

Every week, Karla Subero can be found in the kitchen of her one-bedroom Isla Vista apartment cooking Sunday morning brunch. But rather than the usual eggs, bacon and orange juice, Subero serves up gou...
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Ruling Confirms Counties’ Right to Ban Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Last week, the California Supreme Court upheld the right of local governments to ban medical marijuana dispensaries using zoning laws, including dispensaries currently in operation. While there are no...
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New Candidate Challenges Incumbent Sheriff in Upcoming County Election

Sergeant Sandra Brown, a 16-year veteran of the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department, announced last week that she will run for the position of sheriff in the county-wide election taking place ...
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SBCC Crowned Winner of Aspen Prize for Excellence

Santa Barbara City College was awarded the Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence along with Walla Walla Community College in Washington this past March. The two winners, as well as the runners-...
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Landlord, Tenants Clash Over Recent Evictions in Isla Vista

After over a dozen families were evicted from the apartments located at 781 Embarcadero Del Norte, students from the Isla Vista Tenants Union and the External Vice President of Local Affairs have crea...
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Trio of Gaucho-Friendly Sites Strive to Simplify Student Life

A UCSB alum and current student have constructed LandlordRater and CollegeCourseRater, two sites providing UCSB students with informational reviews on off-campus housing options and academic courses, ...
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Downtown Chick-fil-A Causes Controversy with LGBTQIA Community

While dozens of patrons camped outside the opening of Santa Barbara’s first Chick-fil-A restaurant earlier this month, many concerned citizens stood outside the fast food chain in protest of its pas...
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New Book, Print Shop Opens At Former Site Of Isla Vista Bookstore

A print shop called SBprinter.com recently opened its second location in the building that had been previously occupied by Isla Vista Bookstore for the last 47 years on Pardall Road. The business, whi...
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Flu Cases in SB Dwindle From Previous Year

Despite the Center for Disease Control and Prevention declaring the recent nationwide influenza outbreak to be one of the worst of the decade, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reports...
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UCSB Professors Help Modify Statement on Community Violence

In wake of the horrific Dec. 14 Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting and an alarming fre- quency of such mass murders over the past year, issues like gun control and mental health have been brought t...
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UC Student Regent Jonathan Stein Discusses University Funding, Proposition 30 with UCSB

Last Friday, UCSB Associated Students hosted a “meet and greet” event with Student Regent Jonathan Stein in the Loma Pelona Center to give students the opportunity to ask ques- tions and discuss t...
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SB Theatre Hosts Eco-Fundraiser

The inaugural three-city Save the Waves Film Festival Tour, a non-profit fundraising effort for clean beaches, will kick off tonight at 6 p.m. in Santa Barbara’s Arlington Theatre. Along with live m...
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UCSB Student Founds Dining Project With Philanthropic Goal

UCSB fourth-year global studies major Lucas Ryden founded a cooking website and catering project in his Isla Vista kitchen and is holding fundraising dinners twice a month to offer students an array o...
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Koegel Autism Center Helps Autistic Students To Enter Into Workplace

The California Department of Rehabilitation contracted an initial $300,000 worth of contracts and grants to UCSB’s Koegel Autism Center to support their work in Pivotal Response Treatment and prepar...
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