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Sunday Edhat - 02/09/14
updated: Feb 09, 2014, 6:00 AM

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Today's Weather - Mostly cludy after low clouds...fog...and patchy drizzle. A 20 percent chance of showers. Highs in the lower 60s. West winds around 15 mph in the afternoon.

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

February 9, 2014 - Lutah's Legend

The Santa Barbara International Film Festival is wrapping up and today is your last chance to see the films you've heard so much about. The Dedicated Staff have been running back and forth to movie theaters, panel discussions, red carpets and tribute ceremonies. We've met a lot of visitors and seen even more edhatters! There are a lot of fantastic films out there but probably one of our favorites is Lutah. Based on the life of California's first female architect, Lutah explores the life and work of our hometown girl Lutah Maria Riggs. If you're ever curious about some of our local buildings and how they came to be, like the Lobero Theatre, this film is one to see. A dedicated staffer was lucky enough to screen Lutah and wrote a review that can be seen here.

Our Cat of the Week is Ambrosia, a couch lounging kitty. Our Dog of the Week is Cash Doodle, a labrador-poodle mix. Our Non-Profit of the week is PathPoint who assists people with disabilities and disadvantages. Rosie shares how to make pizza from scratch, David is excited about the Winter Olympics, Jenny shares her thoughts on of Montreal, and Robert Redford was the latest star to arrive in Santa Barbara.

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Mission & State: $140 Million North County Jail Question: The jury is still out on the new Santa Maria lockup.

MUSIC: Jenny shares her perspective on the of Montreal show at UCSB.

POWDRELL: The Winter Olympics are here! The Winter Olympics are here!

IN THE KITCHEN: Rosie shows how easy it is to make pizza from scratch so that you too can eat it every day.

SBIFF: Film Review: Lutah explores the life of a little-known architect who left a big legacy, Lutah Maria Riggs.

NON-PROFIT OF THE WEEK: PathPoint is a non-profit organization to assist people with disabilities and disadvantages in attaining independent living and reaching their fullest potential.

CAT OF THE WEEK: Meet Ambrosia, an indoor cat longing for the great outdoors!

DOG OF THE WEEK: Meet Cash, an energetic and vocal Labradoodle.

Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 02/08/14

SBIFF: Robert Redford arrived at the Santa Barbara Film Festival to receive the American Riviera Award on Friday evening.

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

Report of brush fire near 150 at Casitas Pass, FULL COUNTY FIRE RESPONSE. Carp fire responding..


Is there an accident on 154? A friend called a while ago saying traffic was backed up.


A reporting party called in and said they hit a large black and white dog at Foothill and Alamar. SBPD Responding.


Saturday breakfast on the Wharf was eventful for Steve McGovern. [pics]


An edhat subscriber's [pics] from the Riviera: It's unusual insofar as the sky and water are grey, and the sailboats are numerous and interesting.


Roger reports a "domestic terrorist" wearing dark green PJ's and a backpack just ripped off a purse and cell phone in the 4000 block of Calle Real.


Injury traffic accident involving 2 bicyclists on the 300 block of State Street. Fire, Medics, and SBPD responding.


Does anyone use an antenna with their digital TV?


A former Santa Barbara DJ reflects on the 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to the US, reports John Palminteri. [pics]


Brett shares a [pic] of an interesting pattern in the water near the oil platforms.


A subscriber shares [pics] of a Saturday morning outrigger paddle.


Charles Brewster spent time feeding finches. [pics]


Roger reports a hazardous condition as water is coming out of an electrical box in the 2900 block of De La Vina.


Do you believe that feeling you aren't in control makes the weight of life take a bigger toll?


A subscriber shares photos of the downtown celebration in Seattle following the Super Bowl.


Film Review: Academy Award Nominee "The Broken Circle Breakdown" depicts and intense romance between a bluegrass musician and tattoo artist whose love is put to the test after their daughter falls ill.


Film Review: My Sweet Pepper Land follows Karan, a Kurdish war hero, who returns home after the war having successfully overthrown Sadam Hussein.


Film Review: Bauyr (Little Brother) takes place in the mountains of Kazakhstan where a nine-year-old is left to live on his own and to survive by his wits.


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

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)


Entities: Freeing The Body of Foreign Energies - A free talk with Tracy Hartway will discuss the problem of incorporeal energies that attach themselves to human beings as parasites, causing various emotional, mental and physical problems. Join us at Ayni Gallery on Feb 12th from 7:30 to 9:00 pm. (Wednesday, February 12, 2014)


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)


Good People - The Ensemble Theater presents "Good People" by David Lindsay-Abaire. NOW PLAYING through February 23rd. (Sunday, February 23, 2014)


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