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SOhO Standing Strong

For Santa Barbara’s beloved music venue, survival is all about community. Read story.

KCSB Makes a Mixtape

UCSB’s resident radio station compiles the best of a year of in-studio performances. Read story.

Review: The Bird Man at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

Art meets natural science in these hand-colored lithographs from the atelier of 19th-century ornithologist John Gould. Read story.

Review: Almost, Maine

Mitchell Thomas directs this sweet and funny script by playwright John Cariani. Read story.

Review: Pilobolus at the Granada Theatre

The New York physical theater and dance company performed on Monday, November 17. Read story.

Book Review: Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War

Journalist James Risen’s latest book is a scathing indictment of the fearmongering and profiteering that keeps the war on ... Read story.

Pink Floyd

Floyd purists might object to The Endless River, but one can just as easily make the case for a ... Read story.

Review: Tony Bennett at the Granada Theatre

For those who arrived late to Bennett’s six-decade-long chart topping party, seeing the man live can conjure up a ... Read story.

Review: The Theory of Everything

A smart script, powerful performances, and artful direction round out this heartfelt, original Stephen Hawking biopic. Read story.

Review: Czech Philharmonic at the Granada Theatre

French Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet blazed with the spirit of Liszt. Read story.

Mitchell Explains It All

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

Not Christmas Music

We’re ringing in the start of the holiday season with sunny hip-hop and grooooovy ... Read story.

Speaking of Stories Channels PRX's The Moth

The popular spoken-word series is now accepting submissions for its November, community-led event. Read story.

Reusable Cups Come to the Bowl

Santa Barbara’s beloved venue continues to greenify with the help of Klean Kanteen and ... Read story.

Athletes of the Week

Cate School’s Hannah Barr and SBCC’s Alez Heuchert perform like champions.

Not Christmas Music

We’re ringing in the start of the holiday season with sunny hip-hop and grooooovy retro rock.

Scene in S.B.

Folks from Martial Arts Family Fitness participate in its annual turkey dinner deliveries

Review: The Theory of Everything

A smart script, powerful performances, and artful direction round out this heartfelt, original Stephen Hawking biopic.

Review: Almost, Maine

Mitchell Thomas directs this sweet and funny script by playwright John Cariani.

Review: Ten Red Kings

SBCC students star in this drama about the pleasures and perils of digital media.

Holiday Stopovers

The Ayres Hotel Chino Hills is the best bet in this area or anywhere close to here.

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