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Daily Edhat - 02/01/14
updated: Feb 01, 2014, 6:00 AM

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Today's Weather - Partly cloudy in the morning then becoming sunny. Highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s. West winds around 15 mph in the afternoon.

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January 31, 2014 - Dry Santa Ynez

John Wiley wonders if, after the recent drizzle of rain, the upper Santa Ynez River and valley are still as dry as seen in this aerial picture. The slow-moving river has turned into nearly dry rock pools.

The Dedicated Staff has been busy attending Santa Barbara International Film Festival events such as the opening night red carpetand gala. They've also been acting as film critics, reviewing such films as Night Has Settled and Mount Joy. In honor of the film festival, Ed asked what edhatters' favorite movies are. See everyone's responses here.

In local news, three victims were extricated from a vehicle accident on Hwy 101 northbound at Mission Street exit on Friday morning, a subscriber offers some drought-busting advice for the edhat community, and edhatters discuss coffee houses. Read these stories and more below.

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SBIFF: The Opening Night Gala for the Santa Barbara International Film Festival was hopping late into the night.

SBIFF: The Dedicated Staff was on the red carpet for the film festival's opening night showing of Mission Blue starring oceanographer Sylvia Earle.

Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 01/31/14

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City Detectives are on the scene of a possible suspicious death investigation on the Westside. The death occurred Thursday.

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Three victims were extricated from a vehicle accident on Hwy 101 northbound at Mission Street exit on Friday morning. [pic]

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DA Joyce Dudley announced the arrest of Francisco Javier Carranza for Worker's Compensation Fraud.

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Report of a transient setting multiple fires in the Santa Ynez Riverbed.

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An edhatter follows up with a referral post about getting a Seattle Seahawks haircut. [pic]

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A subscriber is warning edhatters about sinking mud near Lake Los Carneros.

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What is being built next to the new French Press on Cota and Anacapa?

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Where can I donate mini toiletries I've accumulated from hotel visits?

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The sentencing of Rosemary Baugh was postponed Friday after a Santa Barbara Superior Court judge said the deal let Baugh off too easy.

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Is the upper Santa Ynez River and valley still dry as it was in this pic before the recent drizzles, John Wiley asks? [pic]

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A subscriber offers some drought-busting advice for the edhat community.

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Roger reports a SBPD Officer was in pursuit of a wanted subject through Ortega Park but caught him soon after.

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Has anyone applied for the City of Santa Barbara's Smart Landscape Rebate program for low water re- landscaping?

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A reader shares a [pic] of interesting clouds today, spotted at the Breakwater.

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Roger has the scanner reports. Theft of bicycle 118 East Figueroa.

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The Santa Barbara City Council approved a $250,000 contract with Rincon Consultants Inc. to conduct a fish, bird, and sediment study at the mouth of the Goleta Slough.

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In honor of the film festival, Ed is curious what your favorite film is. Share photos with us!

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Santa Barbara solid waste planners will now be deploying herbicidal foams to prevent root intrusion into city sewer laterals.

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Use this thread to share any info about today's commute. Slow? Fast? Accidents? Cool links you use to navigate the morning drive?

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Film Review: Mount Joy tells the story of a three-man-band on the verge of a country-wide tour.

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State Lands Commission Issues Notice of Availability and Intent to Certify Final Environmental Impact Report for Venoco's 421 Project

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Film Review: Night Has Settled is a coming of age story about a 13-year-old boy and a set of interesting characters.

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---- Events Today ------------------------------------

An Introduction to Eurythmy - Expressive Movement and its Healing Harmony: An Introduction to Eurythmy

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

Seminar on Breast Implant Exchange - Dr. Mackenzie will be presenting an evening of discussion about the management of reconstructive and cosmetic breast implants. (Thursday, February 6, 2014)

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Gilbar's Giggles & Guffaws - Speaking of Stories continues its 20th Anniversary season with a performance of hysterical stories, selected by founder Steven Gilbar Feb. 9 and 10. (Monday, February 10, 2014)

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Santa Barbara Go Red For Women Luncheon - The American Heart Association invites you to learn how you can fight heart disease and live a healthy life at the Santa Barbara Go Red For Women Luncheon at the Fess Parker's Double Tree Resort on February 14. (Friday, February 14, 2014)

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