Articles From : Bonnie Carroll
The 37th Taste of the Town Connoisseur’s Circle Gala Dinner & Auction Friday, September 7 at Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort will feature the culinary talents of five renowned area chefs
Organic Soup Kitchen 5K Walk Strong Festival gathered at Leadbetter Beach on Saturday to fundraise to continue providing healthy organic soups to cancer patients in local areas.
Two Santa Barbara locals participated in the "Great Oxnard Salsa Challenge" last weekend.
In an intense flag football game that went into overtime, the Brunettes won by just 1 point in a dramatic finish, while the entire event raised nearly $90,000 for the Alzheimer's Association.
The annual French Festival held at Oak Park looked to be another success on day 1, but on Sunday it really became a celebration when France won their 2nd FIFA World Cup Title.
Hospice of Santa Barbara hosted the "The Five Invitations" at Old Mission Santa Barbara this weekend.
The sold-out Santa Barbara Wine + Food Festival was yet another hugely successful event on the banks of Mission Creek at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History on Saturday.
An estimated 75,000 spectators crowded State Street for the 2018 Summer Solstice Parade, which offered kudos to those who provided assistance during the Santa Barbara twin disasters in January.
Over 300 people registered to join in for the mouth-watering celebration of chocolate and wine at Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center’s 10th Annual Chocolate de Vine fundraiser on Saturday.
The Santa Barbara Lawn Bowls celebrated Open Bowls Day at Spencer Adams Park on Saturday.
The 26th annual Solvang walking and tasting extravaganza offered delicious delights and savory flavors to passport holders who were also celebrating St. Pat's Day.
The 90th Academy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles will be a big huge night for the cast and crew behind The Shape of Water, having been nominated 13 times, and Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk got eight nods. And once again, Jimmy Kimmel will return to the stage as host.
The first-ever Santa Barbara Restaurant Week kicks off on Friday with a portion of proceeds going to those affected by the Thomas Fire and Montecito mudslide.