Ted Mills

Producer, ' Curious Coast'

KCRW Staff/Producer

Ted Mills on KCRW

For a city with seemingly perfect weather, a yoga studio on every block, fresh local produce, and hyper health-conscious people, Santa Barbara has produced some remarkably unhealthy…

Some famous foods got their start in Santa Barbara

For a city with seemingly perfect weather, a yoga studio on every block, fresh local produce, and hyper health-conscious people, Santa Barbara has produced some remarkably unhealthy…

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Rain showers and thunderstorms used to bring nothing but relief for drought-stricken Santa Barbara.

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Rain showers and thunderstorms used to bring nothing but relief for drought-stricken Santa Barbara.

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Rain showers and thunderstorms used to bring relief for drought-stricken Santa Barbara.

Could a mudslide in Montecito like last year’s happen again?

Rain showers and thunderstorms used to bring relief for drought-stricken Santa Barbara.

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