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Thursday, June 4th 2020

Chalk Festival Brings Color and Art to the Santa Barbara Mission

John Clow Photo by John Clow Last weekend, thousands of people went to the Santa Barbara’s Old Mission to take part in Santa Barbara’s 27th annual...

Dave’s Dogs Won’t Disappoint Wiener Lovers

Victoria Penate Dave’s Dogs may not immediately stand out from within its fairly nondescript shopping center surroundings. Although it lacks the garish yellow paint of...

Asie Brings Lackluster Dim Sum to Santa Barbara

Sheila Tran Senior Copy Editor Dim sum restaurants evoke an assortment of familiar and warm memories for me: elderly Chinese women pushing metal carts, the incessant...

Unsung Heroes: First Responders and Historians

This story is part of a commemorative issue on the third anniversary of the 2014 Isla Vista killings, where a resident killed six UCSB...

The Clean Beaches of Santa Barbara

Andrew Melese Staff Writer Do you ever wonder what magic gives Santa Barbara’s beaches their idyllic nature? The miles of pristine coast effortlessly attract students and tourists...

A Magical Evening with Isabel Allende

Andrew Delvasto Renowned Chilean author Isabel Allende visited the Granada Theater in Santa Barbara this past Wednesday to speak on her experiences as what the...

Gimeal Cafe: A G’meal Indeed

Andrew Delvasto This past week I had a chance to try Gimeal Cafe, a new Taiwanese-American fusion shop newly opened in Old Town Goleta. I...

Lane Farms’ Annual Pumpkin Patch Dazzles

Kody Chong Golden hour at Lane Farms’ pumpkin patch is a remarkable sight. The sound of a distant tractor rumbling gently fills the air, harmonious...

CAPS and Local Law Enforcement’s Changes

This story is part of a commemorative issue on the third anniversary of the 2014 Isla Vista killings, where a resident killed six UCSB...

Meun Fan Adds Some Spice to Goleta

Jack Alegre Staff Writer Meun Fan Thai Cafe is a welcome deviation from the endless cycle of Chinese take-out and sushi. Thai food, when done well,...