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Experts Unite to Examine Nuclear Energy

The Santa Barbara & Tri-Counties Chapter of the United Nations Association hosted a forum on nuclear energy featuring several notable speakers and activists on Saturday in recognition of United Nations Day. Experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility and UCSB’s Physics Dept. gathered in Santa […]

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Iraq Expert Talks Rebuilding, Responsibility

Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction Stuart W. Bowen Jr. gave a lecture at Westmont College last Thursday to discuss the continued presence and role of the U.S. in Iraq. The SIGIR office manages finances for a number of U.S. programs — including the Iraq Security Forces Fund and Economic […]

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Lack of Funds Suspends Lauded Boxing Program

The Santa Barbara Primo Boxing Club is facing financial difficulties and the possibility of losing its location at the old Haley Street fire station on October 8th due to cuts in city government funding. The community center’s “Say Yes to Kids Program” has provided a safe place for neighborhood youth […]

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Pride Foundation’s Walk To Give Aid for HIV Services

The Pacific Pride Foundation will host its 21st annual Heart and Sole AIDS Walk this weekend at Leadbetter Beach to raise funds for local HIV/AIDS testing and services. Check-in for the event begins at 9 a.m. Saturday and event proceeds will go toward nurse case management, medical care, therapy, food […]

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Library To Optimize Checkout Operations

The Santa Barbara Public Library System is seeking summer volunteers to improve their checkout system and upgrade current collections.