Last Friday, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department issued an Air Quality Warning for parts of Santa Barbara County as a result of air contamination stemming from the Camarillo Springs Fire. The fire, which was mostly contained as of yesterday, burned tens of thousands of acres of land across [...]
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The Associated Students External Vice President of Local Affairs recently established a fence along Walter Capps Park on Del Playa Drive, finally completing the community and campus-based efforts to provide new safety measures which were first launched in October. A.S. EVPLA Rhandy Siordia spearheaded the project in response to multiple [...]
The 28th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival will begin on Jan. 24 at the Arlington Theatre, honoring several prominent members of the film industry and introducing new films to the public. The festival, which will run until Feb. 3, is an arts organization that presents work from international cinema [...]
Candidates for the upcoming Santa Barbara City Council elections met Wednesday night at the Faulkner Gallery to discuss plans addressing the city’s need for affordable housing and employment opportunities. The council contenders are vying for three open spots on the November ballot and include incumbents Michael Self, Dale Francisco and [...]