Showers of Blessing Santa Barbara
Ken Ralph is the manager of Showers of Blessing Santa Barbara.
Photo by Kathryn Barnes/KCRW
This is shaping up to be tough winter for Santa Barbara's homeless. One local shelter cut 50 of its 66 beds, and another has decided to no longer offer…
Dec. 1, 2017from The 805
“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 …
Mar. 26from KCRW Features
Here's a staggering statistic. Over 90% of the seafood consumed in the U.S. is imported from other countries. Even along the Central Coast, it can be tough to find a local catch.
Jan. 25from KCRW Features
Snarky Puppy is hard to pin down when it comes down to musical style.
Feb. 22from KCRW Features
The youngest of a 15-generation family farm in Carpinteria leaves the family history of growing fruit and flowers to embrace the “green rush” of cannabis cultivation.
Jul. 19from The 805
Birds are chirping, creeks are flowing and wildflower buds are beginning to pop up and down the Central Coast.
Mar. 15from The 805
County Supervisor, Das Williams, discusses cannabis permits in Santa Barbara County. Scientists look to explain the spike in gray whale deaths.
Jun. 21from The 805
The debate over gun control and gun shows heats up in Thousands Oaks after the Borderline shooting.
Feb. 1from The 805
The Santa Barbara City Council voted to require landlords to provide one-year leases to tenants. It also took a big step toward approving a "just cause" eviction ordinance.
Apr. 26from The 805
A new documentary at the Santa Barbara Film Festival tells the story of local resident and beloved ocean filmmaker Mike DeGruy, a man who explored our world’s oceans and brought the…
Jan. 30from KCRW Features