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Sunday Edhat - 02/10/13
updated: Feb 10, 2013, 6:00 AM

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Today's Weather - Clear. High of 59F. Winds from the NNW at 5 to 10 mph shifting to the West in the afternoon.

Do You Sudoku? - You can now play the Daily Sudoku on Edhat. How fast can you fill in the blanks?

February 10, 2013 - Fire In The Sky

Where the hail have you been? If you were caught in our recent hail storm you'd know all about the fun with puns Edhat subscribers had in the comment boards. The short morning rain on Friday was beefed up by tiny ice pellets then slowly faded away, providing a fantastic backdrop for our regular sunset photographers.

That's not all that happened this week. Edhat contributor and local historian Neal Graffy published his book, "Santa Barbara Then and Now," and kicked off his celebrity status at Petrini's with a book signing. In case you missed it he will be hanging out at the best store in town signing more books. Find Neal at Santa Barbara Arts today from 11 am to 3 pm and get your local history book signed by the master.

We have a lot of reading material for you today. Our Cat of the Week is Rockee, the undercover masked cat who most likely solves crime at night. Our Dogs of the Week are Loki, Willow and Beastie, three happy loving dogs. The Non-profit of the Week is Surgical Eye Expeditions International who provide medical, surgical, and educational services to disadvantaged individuals around the world. The Urban Hikers honored Neal's book achievement by focusing on the Upper East's Victorian homes. Lauren attended the Winter Wine Classic, David Powdrell honored local farmers, and Marc Liberts admired California's Zinfandel.

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The dedicated staff stopped by Neal Graffy's book signing at Petrini's. If you missed it, another signing will take place on Sunday at Santa Barbara Arts.

WINE: Marc Liberts admires Zindandel, a California favorite.

POWDRELL: David Powdrell takes a moment to celebrate our local farmers.

Lauren: I was lucky enough to attend the Winter Wine Classic, a mini Disneyland for adult winos.

URBAN HIKE: The Urban Hikers celebrate Neal Graffy's new book Then and Now, by sharing some of the Upper East's Victorian Houses now and then.

NON-PROFIT OF THE WEEK: Surgical Eye Expeditions International provides medical, surgical, and educational services to restore sight to disadvantaged individuals worldwide.

CAT OF THE WEEK: Meet Rockee, the undercover masked cat.

DOG OF THE WEEK: Meet Loki, Willow and Beastie. The triple trouble dogs.

Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 02/09/13

---- Local News ------------------------------------

Stalking: A woman called 911 to report that she was hiding in County Social Services parking lot...


I just heard a series of gunshots in the north Patterson/Cambridge area, anybody else hear these?


What can we do with a neighbor who never picks up after their two dogs?


Aquaholic made a mad dash to the Goleta Beach pier on Friday. [pics]


Four flu-related deaths have been reported in Santa Barbara County this season, and there has been an increase in flu activity.


In January 2013 officers from the Santa Barbara Police Department made 32 arrests for driving under the influence violations.


Transformer blown and smoking near Cliff Drive at Yankee Farm Road. Wires are down by Allen Road.


Our Teen Voice writer contemplates the risk of being a privileged kid in Montecito.


A subscriber proves the pot of gold is really in the ocean. [pic]


Does anybody have advice about being bit by a tick and needing treatment?


Any referrals for a landscaper who is experienced in xeriscaping?


Steve McGovern backs up photographers with his own sunset photos. [pics]


Donald "Don" Walton (May 26th, 1935 - February 2nd, 2013)


A recent study has discovered that if we could fly like Superman through the sky, we would help others more (or at least try).


Injury Traffic Accident 101 Northbound South of Milpas people fleeing from SBSO one at gunpoint.


---- Upcoming Events ------------------------------------

Neal Graffy Book Signing at Santa Barbara Arts! - Local historian and Edhat contributor, Neal Graffy, has published his book "Santa Barbara Then and Now." Visit Santa Barbara Arts in La Arcada to meet Neal! (Saturday, February 16, 2013)



Girls Rock SB! Benefit Concert - Girls Rock SB! will hold its first Spring Benefit Performance on February 23, 2013 at the Marjorie Luke Theater starting at 7PM. The program, titled "Requisition," will showcase exciting collaborations of song and dance created to raise funding and awareness for Girls Rock SB! (Saturday, February 23, 2013)


---- Deals ------------------------------------------

Mani Pedi's
updated: 02/06/13 10:26 am

Wine and Appetizers at Pierre LaFond
updated: 02/07/13 12:07 pm

Self Defense Class- Krav Maga
updated: 02/08/13 12:21 pm

20% off 'It's Magic!' at the Lobero
updated: 02/06/13 6:34 pm

---- Classifieds ------------------------------------------

Thriving SB Startup - Developers and Engineers Needed!
updated: 02/14/13 12:00 am

Put your classified ad on Edhat

---- Non-Local News ------------------------------------

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