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Sunday, August 9th 2020

Student Environmentalists Invade Anacapa Island

Bailee Abell Staff Writer Located just 11 miles off the California coast is Anacapa Island, a paradisal haven to a multitude of plant and animal species....

Phamous Café: a Phantastic Phood Place

Kamran Yunus Copy Editor Over on Hollister Avenue, next to the local Costco and Albertsons, is a little Vietnamese restaurant known as Phamous Café. Though initially...

Dickey’s: Best Barbecue in Santa Barbara?

Paul Tucker This past week I adventured down to Goleta to try out Dickey's, the barbecue joint that has gained a quicker fan base than...

The Santa Barbara You May Not Know About

Annabelle Tang The months before you graduate may be the last chance for you to explore this beautiful city. Once you officially step out of...

Mesa Burger Makes Its Way as a Santa Barbara Staple

Matthew Lee Staff Writer In the middle of Mesa Verde Plaza lies a modest, homey restaurant called Mesa Burger. Mesa Burger was started by Iron Chef...

Seven Things You Should Do Before Graduation

Stephani Anderson Copy Editor When I visited UCSB for the first time three years ago at Spring Insight, I roamed the campus on a foggy day...

Divest SB, a New Organization Supporting #NoDAPL

Stephani Anderson The #NoDAPL campaign is in full effect in Santa Barbara, and stemming from it is Divest SB, a new grassroots organization that grew...

‘Circus Maximus’ Starts Poetry Month Off With A Bang

Josh Goodmacher Staff Writer Local poet and writer David Starkey read from his latest book of poems, “Circus Maximus,” to an intimate gathering of fellow writers...

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...

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...