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’70s Pro-Choice Plaintiff in Roe v. Wade To Speak on New Pro-Life Stance

Norma McCorvey, "Jane Roe" in the 1973 United States Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade, will speak in Isla Vista Theater on Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
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County Revokes Lease Due to Boy Scout Policy

After being granted the privilege to refuse membership to homosexuals, the Santa Barbara Boy Scouts hope the county will not discriminate against their group.
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[Re]Vision Isla Vista: Orlando Firm Aims to Join I.V. to UCSB, Make Anisq’ Oyo’ Central Point

If chosen, a master plan proposal submitted from the East Coast promises much ado about parks, and very little else.
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Capps Chats with Locals at Store

The hour-long visit allowed local residents an opportunity to discuss local and national issues on a one-to-one basis with their elected official.
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Park or Parking? IVRPD Seeks Solution

Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District board members debated the future of the 49 parking spots behind Perfect Park at its meeting Thursday night.
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Monthly Concert To Benefit Local Historical Sites

The RedStar Acoustic Series will feature local bands and benefit the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation, an organization which maintains historic sites throughout Santa Barbara.
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SB Board of Supervisors Pays SB Libertarian Party Settlement

The Santa Barbara Board of Supervisors paid $15,000 to the SBLP in an out-of-court settlement, ending the party's lawsuit against SB County Sheriff Jim Thomas.
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Storage of Homless’ Possessions Focus of IVRPD Meeting

Homelessness, a burnt barn and infectious blood rounded out the discussion at Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District's meeting Thursday night.The IVRPD recently instated a policy, which mandates the...
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Santa Barbara Youths Skip Super Bowl To Collect Food for Poor

Youth groups across the country collected donations Sunday in the Souper Bowl of Caring.
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I.V. Foot Patrol Releases Holiday Crime Stats

On Thursday, the I.V. Foot Patrol released its annual burglary report for Nov. 23 through Jan. 17, which showed an increase in residential burglaries and decline in vehicle burglaries.
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UCSB Men’s Group Sponsors Breast Resource Center’s Cancer Seminar

Determined to undo negative male stereotypes, a group of Latino men helped orchestrate a workshop last weekend designed to teach women the value of preventive care.
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