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Daily Edhat - 03/25/17
updated: Mar 25, 2017, 6:00 AM

ARCHIVED NEWSLETTER – 03/25/17
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Today's Weather - Sunshine along with some cloudy intervals. High 68F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph.

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March 25, 2017- Marborg Truck Fire

A Marborg Truck caught fire behind the Bottle Shop on Coast Village Road at Middle Road. Firefighters from Santa Barbara Fire City along with Montecito Fire Department worked to contain the fire while Santa Barbara Police assisted with controlling traffic. You can read the full story here.

In local news, the American Institute of Architects Santa Barbara met with Salud Carbajal at Capitol Hill to share issues that architects are facing in Santa Barbara, Chuck reports that the International Space Station is back in Santa Barbara skies, and Robert shares photos from last Friday's 10th annual St. Patrick's Day Stroll. Read these stories and more, below.

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MARCH EDNESS: It's Day 15 of March Edness. Can you guess where this one was taken?

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Update: A Marborg trash truck caught fire in the 1200 Block of Coast Village Road.

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Did anyone else see the four low-flying helicopters over Carpinteria?

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Roger reports that Police are searching for a violent suspect on the Westside.

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Do edhatters know what is splitting our local Democratic Party?

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Roger reports an officer safety firearm brandished on the 101 Southbound from Palmer from a red Ford F-150.

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American Institute of Architects Santa Barbara met with Salud Carbajal at Capitol Hill to to share issues that architects are facing in Santa Barbara. [pic]

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Roger reports a public assist rescuing a dog from the cliffs at Hendry's Beach

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Roger has the scanner reports.  But I don't tell all. It wouldn't be right in my opinion. 

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Charles shares this artistic [pic] of good moon rise in the morning.

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[Update:] There will be reversing traffic control on Linden Ave. and Casitas Pass Road near the 101 Monday, March 27 between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m, causing minor delays. 

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Robert shares photos from last Friday's 10th annual St. Patrick's Day Stroll.

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Eye of the Day 19th Annual Spring Sale - Last Weekend! Last Chance! Eye of the Day's Garden Decor Sale ends Sunday, March 26. Everything in store is on sale. Up to 40% Off. Get your gardens ready for Spring. (Sunday, March 26, 2017)

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Tales from the Twilight Zone - Speaking of Stories presents Tales from the Twilight Zone, plus a special bonus treat by Santa Barbara's own Susan Chiavelli. (Dates run from March 26 to 27) (Sunday, March 26, 2017)

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E N D G A M E - For their third Santa Barbara production, Meredith Cabaniss/selah dance collective teams up with Nebula Dance Lab to bring together young, emerging artists from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, and New York to create an exhilarating evening of innovative dance work. (Friday, March 31, 2017)

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Brahms' German Requiem - April 1 and 2, 2017 will see performances of the magnificent Brahms Ein Deutches Requiem (A German Requiem) for the first time in a decade.  (Saturday, April 1, 2017)

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Carpinteria Open Streets - Enjoy 1 mile of car free streets in Carpinteria to bike, run, exercise or play in. Over 80 free fun activities for the whole family. (Saturday, April 1, 2017)

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