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Sovereign Citizens on Trial for 'Paper Terrorism'

Two men charged with conspiring to file false lien on judge's home.

School iPad Program Gets Mixed Reviews

The 1-to-1 iPad pilot program received a mixed report card at Tuesday’s school board meeting.

Gas Prices Dip to More Than Three-Year Low

Though gasoline prices dipped below $3 per gallon in 19 states this week, Santa Barbarans paid around $3.45, the lowest it’s been since early 2011.

Measure P Money Creeps Up

The 'No' camp continues to way outpace the 'Yes' team.

More Fall Food & Drink Happenings

Empty Bowls, Vino de Sueños, Jimmy’s documentary, S.B. on TV, and more.

The Bare Truth Behind Bare: A Rock Opera

Out of the Box Theatre Company is back with another exciting contemporary musical.

Mitchell Explains It All

The Clarissa Explains It All creator talks TV at Magic Lantern on Friday, November 7.

The BalletBoyz Have It

UCSB Arts & Lectures presents the all-male company in two programs on Saturday, November 1.

The HIVE Premieres 12 New Dance Works

This new collaborative evening of dance comes to Center Stage Theater on Sunday, November 2.

The Other House at Bellosguardo

Before the Clark mansion was built, the bluff top was home to the William Miller Graham family.

Patty Griffin Comes to S.B.

The singer/songwriter will stop by UCSB as part of her Silver Bell tour.

Measure S: Try Again Soon

WHAT? Dorms? Is that in the SBCC charter? Is there’s a hidden agenda to grow SBCC into a four-year college?

For the People

I once believed government officials represented U.S. citizens.

Rob Puddicombe: 1950-2014

An activist to save I.V.'s Perfect Park, he also tried to prevent the extermination of the black rats of Anacapa Island.

No on Measure Q

Times have changed, and the school has needs, but Measure Q may damage MUS's semi-rural charm.

Sleep with Dogs, Wake with Fishes

Last-ditch reflections on big oil, loud college students, skyrocketing rents, and other ballot measures.

The Santa Barbara Bowl Revives Día de los Muertos

Café Tacvba, Ozomatli, and Las Cafeteras are just some of the performances going into this week's blowout Day of the Dead event.

Coach Rusty Fairly Honored

Coach Fairly guided SBCC to a 255-160 record from 1965 to 1981; they won the Western State Conference title in 1972.

Trouble in Shangri-La

Malibu's Measure R opponents attack it as flawed, as do Measure P's here.

An Anti-Endorsement

If we continue to put off till tomorrow the end of our carbon dependence, we all know where that is going to get us: extinct.

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