The stories shaping California's Central Coast, hosted by Jonathan Bastian.
Santa Barbara city attorney, Ariel Calonne, talked of issuing new injunctions aimed to curb disruptive and aggressive behaviors in Santa Barbara city parks.
The Short Edition Story Dispenser at the Santa Barbara Public market offers visitors a taste of bite-sized literature.
Savoring a meal all by yourself comes with its unique joys.
A new show at the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara brings together avant garde film with a cultural and artistic exploration of the American South.
“Santa Barbara County, for being such a great place for wine and a great place to visit, has always struggled to raise the kind of funds that other wine regions have to spend on…
Revered cellist Yo-Yo Ma coached UCSB students in a special performance. Ma is noted not just for his 90 recorded albums, 19 Grammy awards and his performances for eight U.S.
Sentences were handed down to two oil companies that do business in Santa Barbara and Ventura.
In recent years, fewer college students have been choosing to major in the humanities.
The Santa Barbara City Council lifted water restrictions that have been in place to limit any unnecessary water use through the city due to drought.
Located inside the historic Montecito Inn, The Silver Bough is young chefs Phillip Frankland Lee and Margarita Kallas Lee’s most recent addition to Coast Village Road.
In a win for tenant rights groups, The Santa Barbara City Council has moved towards a ‘just cause’ eviction ordinance and voted 6-1 to require landlords to offer one-year leases to…
Blue skies and blue whales are part of greater Santa Barbara’s reputation - but both are threatened by container ships that speed through the Santa Barbara Channel.
The impacts of the January 9, 2018 mudslides were so devastating that the affected communities band together for a plan to help prevent this from ever happening again.
California monarchs are in dramatic decline.
First we heard of ‘helicopter moms,’ now ‘lawnmower parents’ have their day.
With great novelists like TC Boyle, Sue Grafton and Ross McDonald, Santa Barbara is well known for its fiction writers.
As California continues to find ways to address homelessness, one approach has been to give out grants to local governments and nonprofits.
“Perfection would be finding that mythical bread that’s in my mind,” said Michellene Parker of her quest to replicate an ideal loaf of French sourdough pain au levain or …
Spring has sprung along the Central Coast. Wildflowers are popping, the sun is shining and maybe you’ve seen some new critters around your neighborhood.
From a hipster coffee shop to a rum distillery and wine tasting rooms, new beverage businesses are popping up in and around Old Town Goleta, a section of town that has resisted…