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County Officials Release Deltopia Statistics
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County Officials Release Deltopia Statistics

This past weekend’s Deltopia street party and riot drew in crowds numbering 20,000 to 25,000 — as compared to last year’s attendance of just 15,000 to 18,000 — and total arrests rose by 83 percent from last year’s event, according to preliminary numbers released today by police officials.

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Open Streets Party and Fundraiser Comes to Downtown SB

The Coalition for Sustainable Transportation (COAST), a non-profit group advocating non-motorized transport, plans to hold a kickoff party and fundraiser for its 2014 annual Santa Barbara Open Streets, an event promoting health, wellness and sustainable transportation, tonight at the Telegraph Brewery Company downtown.

Yo-Yo Ma Brings Brings Acclaimed Cello, Piano Performance To Granada
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Yo-Yo Ma Brings Brings Acclaimed Cello, Piano Performance To Granada

Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and acclaimed pianist Kathryn Scott gave a performance at Granada Theater this past Thursday followed by a Friday Master Class at the Lobero Theater, where Ma mentored select UCSB music students. The recipient of over 16 Grammy awards, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and numerous other […]

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Let’s Explore Everything With David Sedaris

At 8 p.m. on Feb. 28, 2014, I had the pleasure of seeing David Sedaris, one of my all-time favorite comedic writers, read at the Arlington Theatre in downtown Santa Barbara.

FMLYBND vocalists and founders Mac and Braelyn Montgomery performed for a packed SOhO last Friday night at an event put on by local music production company We The Beat. We The Beat’s Kirk Reed said that it was FMLYBND’s first ever sold-out show as headliners. We The Beat plans to continue to bring quality music to Santa Barbara and to also help foster the local music scene.
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Keeping it in the FMLY

Last Friday, Feb. 21, headliner FMLYBND and opening band Givers & Takers played a memorable show downtown at SOhO, marking the third sold-out event in a row for local music promotion company, We the Beat. After the huge sell-out success of Giraffage, a show put on with Speak Volumes in January, We the Beat founder Kirk Reed, aimed his attention to create a venue for local bands this time around.