Friday, November 22nd 2019

Lao Ma Tou Hot Pot Brings Thoughtful Menu and Friendly Service to State Street

Krystal Chen Lao Ma Tou Hot Pot, a recently opened restaurant on State Street in the heart of downtown Santa Barbara, specializes in authentic, hot...

All-You-Can-Eat: Santa Barbara’s Best Picks for the Frugal College Student

Evelyn Fang It’s 5:03 p.m. Robert is starving because he hasn’t eaten since breakfast. Robert hasn’t eaten since breakfast because he has made plans to...

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...

Fly into the Fairy Village at the SB Museum of Natural History

Jessica Reincke Staff Writer Since the butterflies in the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History’s beloved Sprague Butterfly Pavilion cannot stay year round, the museum has...

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...

Allergy Season: Worse this Year?

Karen Ha As I was handed my physics midterm, achoo! Following two more sneezes, I was tearing up and sniffling. An allergy attack during a...

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...

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...

Bollywood Fusion and Bhangra Dance, Dhadkan’s Competition Brings ‘Em Together

Alex Albarran-Ayala Staff Writer University of California, Santa Barbara Dhadkan hosted its first dance competition, Nachle Deewane, at the Arlington Theatre on April 12, 2014. The...

Nikka Ramen: Best in Town, Only in Town

Jack Alegre Staff Writer There’s a new ramen shop in town: Nikka. It promises exotic new flavor for Santa Barbara, certainly a step up from college...