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Talya Meyers

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Santa Barbara March for Our Lives Taking Place March 24

Begins at 10 a.m. in De La Guerra Plaza

It will begin at 10 a.m. in De La Guerra Plaza.

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Young Farmers to Help Diabetes Patients

Fairview Gardens and William Sansum Diabetes Center Merge Budding Programs

Fairview Gardens and William Sansum Diabetes Center merge two of their budding programs.

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Face Painting with a Magic Touch

Santa Barbara Preschool Teacher Maria Perez Connects to Kids

Preschool teacher Maria Perez developed her own style with freehand techniques.

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A Shared Space for Ceramic Arts Opens

Professor and Student Open Clay Studios in Goleta

Membership at Clay Studios offers tools, materials, and instruction.

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‘The Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island’

Documentary Revisits Beloved Channel Islands Story

New documentary revisits a mysterious passage of Channel Islands history.

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Fleet Foxes Create Collective Experience

Audience Was All In at Arlington Show

The audience listened reverently to the band at the memorable Arlington show.

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Study Finds Two-Thirds of Local Beaches Will Be Lost to Sea-Level Rise by 2100

Recent Study Looks at Effects on Coastal Wetlands, Beaches, and Shore Species

The recent study looks at how coastal wetlands, beaches, and shore species will be affected.

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Exploring Santa Barbara with Very Young Kids?

Five Popular Pit Stops Every New Parent Should Know About

This guide comes in handy for newly minted moms and dads.

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Potential Earthquake Worries in Santa Barbara Channel

Scientists Study the Ventura-Pitas Point Fault

Scientists take a deeper look at the Ventura-Pitas fault.

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Santa Barbara's Opioid Death Rate Almost Double State Average

Prescription spike in 2009 followed by lower 'scrip numbers.

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Report Tallies Assisted Suicide's First Half-Year

Across California, 258 terminally ill patients started end-of-life process.

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Rising Tides: Sea Levels in Santa Barbara

Melting Antarctic Ice Sheet Slowly Swelling Toward Us

The rapidly melting Antarctic Ice Sheet is slowly swelling toward us.

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Glenda’s Party Cove Closing

Owner Steve Thomson is retiring after 40 years in business.

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Urban Gardening

South Coast Urban Gardeners Bring Farming Practices to the City

How South Coast urban gardeners bring farming practices to the city.

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What's Happening in the Middle East

A Talk by Saba Soomekh on May 21

Saba Soomekh talks about Saudi Arabia and Iran at Harry's Plaza Café on May 21.

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Scores of Birds, Sea Lions Suffering Likely Domoic Acid Poisoning

Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network Inundated with 216 Sick Birds in April Alone

The Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network has been inundated with 216 sick birds in April alone.

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Santa Barbara Marches for Science

Five Thousand Demonstrators Politely Fight for Facts Under a Post-Truth Administration

Five thousand demonstrators politely fight for facts under a post-truth administration.

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Santa Barbara Prepares to March for Science

Organizers Focusing on Two Pieces of California Legislation

Organizers are focused on supporting two specific pieces of California legislation.