Starshine Roshell

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First we heard of ‘helicopter moms,’ now ‘lawnmower parents’ have their day.

Charting the rise and fall of ‘Lawnmower Parents’

First we heard of ‘helicopter moms,’ now ‘lawnmower parents’ have their day.

from The 805

The first Cuddle Party took place in 2004 by relationship and sex educators living in New York. Since then, they’ve taken off.

Getting cuddly with strangers in Santa Barbara

The first Cuddle Party took place in 2004 by relationship and sex educators living in New York. Since then, they’ve taken off.

from The 805

Did you know there are more than eight weekly trivia nights in Santa Barbara? These evenings are filled with beer, banter, bizarre team names and bits of obscure knowledge.

This sleepy surf city is becoming a trivia night hub

Did you know there are more than eight weekly trivia nights in Santa Barbara? These evenings are filled with beer, banter, bizarre team names and bits of obscure knowledge.

from The 805

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