Katie Hershfelt

Cultivate Events

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Katie Hershfelt is director of Cultivate Events.

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A slew of events celebrating Julia Child and her love of food and drink will hit Santa Barbara during March 13-15, 2020.

Julia Child's coastal cuisine comes alive along the American Riviera

A slew of events celebrating Julia Child and her love of food and drink will hit Santa Barbara during March 13-15, 2020.

from KCRW Features

Wintertime is when some of the most exciting and unusual citrus varieties hit the Santa Barbara Farmers Market.

Citrus galore at Santa Barbara Farmers Market

Wintertime is when some of the most exciting and unusual citrus varieties hit the Santa Barbara Farmers Market.

from KCRW Features

A new restaurant in Montecito takes the concept of fine dining along the Central Coast to a whole new level.

Opulent desserts by The Silver Bough’s Margarita Kallas Lee

A new restaurant in Montecito takes the concept of fine dining along the Central Coast to a whole new level.

from KCRW Features

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Fires recently broke out in Santa Clarita, near Bel Air, and in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. None of that is unusual for a Southern California summer.

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This week, bars, nightclubs, wineries and breweries in California were asked to close immediately, and restaurants to offer delivery or takeout service only.

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Santa Barbara has shut its main downtown road, State Street, to cars.

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Due to stay-at-home orders, we took our annual contest online and judged the pies based on looks alone.

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The earth is getting a break while we all stay out of planes, trains, and automobiles to hunker down at home. If we can do this for a pandemic, why not for climate change?

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With restaurants, concert venues and bars closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, those who work in the hospitality and music industries won’t collect pay at the end of March.

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Shutting down the economy means cleaner skies, but that good news for climate change won’t last, says scientist Katherine Hayhoe.

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