Arts & Lectures Presents Favorite Two-Night Event
UCSB’s Arts & Lectures presents the annual favorite two-night event.
Metro Theaters and SBIFF Each Host Viewing Parties
Metro Theater and SBIFF each host viewing parties of the Oscars.
Open Call for Nominations and Design Proposals
City of Santa Barbara puts out a call for nominations and design proposals.
Free Screenings of Fest Award Winners
Free screenings of festival award winners at the Riviera.
Talking with SBIFF’s Cinema Vanguard
Talking with SBIFF’s Cinema Vanguard.
Thirty-Four Years Showcasing All Things Cinematic
It’s time for the 34th annual SBIFF showcasing all things cinematic.
Hotel Californian Spa Offers Top-of-the-Line Pampering
The Hotel Californian spa offers top-of-the-line pampering.
Singer/Songwriter Talks Art and Music
Singer/songwriter talks art and music.
Filmmaker Talks Animals and Adventures
Filmmaker talks wolves, jaguars, and sitting in hides.
Audrey Murphy Performs with World High School Choir
Junior Audrey Murphy performs with world high school choir in February.
Senior Editor Michelle Drown and Arts Contributors Pick Favorite Stories from 2018
Small screen offerings that the Arts crew liked best.
Honorees Include Newcomers and Well-Known Actors
The year’s honorees include newcomers and well-known actors.
City to the South Offers Fun, Film, and Food
City to the south offers fun, film, and food.
Bluetooth Headphones and Top-of-the-Line Earbuds
Bluetooth headphones and top-of-the-line earbuds.
Celebrating Folks Creating Melodies in Our Community
Read about the folks creating lilting melodies that emanate from Santa Barbara in our annual music issue.
Ojai Musicians Come Together to Raise Funds
Ojai musicians come together to raise funds for Thomas Fire victims.
SBIFF Announcements Continue
SBIFF announcements continue.
Program Features Contributions by Several Area Companies
The evening-length program features contributions by several area companies.
SBIFF To Honor Star of Screen and Stage
The SBIFF will honor the star of screen and stage on Saturday, February 2.
SBCC, Dos Pueblos, and Santa Barbara High Offer up Fall Plays
SBCC, Dos Pueblos, and Santa Barbara High offer up fall plays.
Singer/Songwriter Talks New Record
Singer/songwriter talks about his new record, ‘Blood Brothers’ ahead of SOhO gig.
Debby Fuller and Lynda Schiff Present Snaps from their Mobiles
Debby Fuller and Lynda Schiff present snaps from their mobiles.
Grants for College Scholarships Available
Grants for college scholarships are available.
Superstar Singer Put on Amazing Show
Country music superstar put on an amazing show to a sold-out crowd of appreciative fans.
‘Indy’ Teams Up with Library for Writing Event
The ‘Indy’ teams up with the library for a community writing event.
Scientist/Author Talks Latest Book, ‘Enlightenment Now’
Scientist/author talks about his latest book, ‘Enlightenment Now’.
Montecito Couple Donates Photographer’s ‘Museum Set’ to National Park
Montecito couple donates the photographer’s “Museum Set” to the national park.
Singer/Songwriter Talks Musical Heroes, Genre Blending
Singer talks musical heroes and blending genres in songwriting.
Theater Department Offers Up Ken Ludwig’s Side-Splitting Farce
The theater department offers up Ken Ludwig’s side-splitting farce.
Star of Screen and Stage Honored November 19
The star of screen and stage will be honored November 19 at fundraiser gala.
Deadline for Submissions Is October 1
Deadline for submissions to the program is Monday, October 1.
Author Willian Reynolds Details Life, Work of Multifaceted Man
Willian Reynolds’s recent book, ‘Joe De Yong: A Life in the West,’ details the life and work of the multifaceted artist.
World-Class Nature Docs Under the Stars
World-class nature documentaries screen under the stars.
Songs Inspired by Constitutional Amendments
Songs inspired by the 27 Constitutional amendments, featuring musicians such as Dolly Parton and Devendra Banhart.
The Second Annual Polo & Wine Festival Happens on September 8
The second annual Polo & Wine Festival happens on September 8.
Learning to Hit a Ball from Horseback at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club
Learning to hit a ball from horseback at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club.
Awarded More than $300,000 for Humanities Program
The university was awarded more than $300,000 for building renovation.
Offerings Include Live Music, Film, Book Clubs
Live music, film screenings, and book clubs are just a few events on the roster.
Opera Santa Barbara is Looking for Golden-Voiced Youngsters
Opera Santa Barbara is looking for golden-voiced youngsters to be part of the children’s chorus in the company’s fall production of ‘La Boheme.’
From Little Free Libraries to Reading Lists to Interviews with Literary Luminaries
It’s all about the printed page — from Little Free Libraries to an Indy staff reading lists to interviews with area literary luminaries.
Books We Love — From Mystery to Romance to History
The books we love — from mystery to romance to history.
Workshops to Explore the Many Outlets of Writing
WriteSB offers a series of workshops to help folks explore the many outlets of writing.
Mozart Opera Flew By In Balanced and Spirited Flow
Mozart opera flew by in a balanced and spirited flow of continuous creation.
SBMA Offers Drawing Event with Dane Goodman
SBMA offers an hour of drawing with artist Dane Goodman.
New Gallery Exhibit Inspired by Old Spanish Days
The new gallery’s August exhibit is inspired by Old Spanish Days.
California Poet Laureate Nominations
The California Arts Council has put out a call for qualified poets to fill the state position.
Santa Barbara Zoo Hosts Two of the Australian Natives
Santa Barbara Zoo hosts two of the adorable Australian natives.
Summer Season Second Offering Is Tony Award–Winning Farce
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike depicts middle-aged siblings Vanya and Sonia as they fuss and whine about their unrealized dreams and dreary lives while sitting in the sun room of the family farmhouse.
Stand-Up Comic Brings New and Old Material to Chumash Casino
Stand-up comic brings new and old material to the Chumash Casino.
Creative License Is Taken, Story Is Over-the-Top at Times
Plenty of creative license is taken and the story is over-the-top at times, but if you’re looking for a simple movie to watch with friends, Tag fits the bill nicely.