Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Senator Jackson Authors Bill in Response to Offshore Drilling

    Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson has authored a bill aimed at opposing the proposed executive order aimed at the expansion of offshore oil and gas drilling.

  • Possible Sewage Leak at McDonalds in Goleta

    An edhat reader spotted a potential sewage leak at McDonalds in Goleta.

  • SBCC Workshop on Foam Rolling and Stretching
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    SBCC Workshop on Foam Rolling and Stretching

    A competitive bodybuilder championship winner and certified fitness trainer, CLL teacher Mikki Reilly will guide you through a regimen of foam rolling and stretching and help you target body areas in need of deep tissue release.

    Muscle tightness is among the most common reasons many of us fail to reach fitness goals. Foam rolling is a simple, cost-effective way to relieve this tension. More about this vital process is covered in a three-part workshop Wednesdays July 12-26.

  • Greener Pastures

    Research by UCSB scholar shows that high-density farming could require less land and preserve more natural habitat.

  • Blood Supplies Reach Dangerously Low Levels Coast-to-Coast

    Blood supplies across the country remain at dangerously low levels following a severe decline in blood donations following the July 4th holiday.

  • Emergency Guardrail Project Postponed in Gaviota

    An emergency project to replace a metal beam guardrail has been postponed due to the Whittier fire that has closed State Route 154.

  • Air Quality Warning Re-Issued

    Smoke and ash from the Alamo and Whittier fires are significantly impacting our county.

  • Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter Named For Local Victim
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    Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter Named For Local Victim

    Source: Domestic Violence Solutions (SANTA MARIA, CA) - Trilogy Service Club and the Monarch Club partnered with Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County (DVS) to honor the life of their friend Elyse Erwin, who worked for the Monarch Club as Catering Manager.
  • Air Quality Watch Changed to Warning

    [Update]: The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District changed the Air Quality Watch to a Warning due to smoke from the Alamo and Whittier Fires.

  • Amber Alert Issued for Porterville Child

    The CHP has issued an Amber Alert for a 1 year old child from Porterville.

  • The iPhone, Siri, and Artificial Intelligence

    Natural language processing, the domain of UCSB computer scientist William Wang, seeks to make human-computer communication as seamless as possible.

  • Drop-in Open Play with your Child
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    Drop-in Open Play with your Child

    Enjoy pre-Shabbat open play time with our toys, PJ Library Books, games, and equipment.

    Challah & juice provided.

    Stop by and join us for this free activity at the Jewish Federation's Bronfman Family JCC kids room!

  • Fatal Accident on Highway 166

    A man died in a solo vehicle collision on Highway 166 near Rockfront Ranch in Santa Barbara County early Friday morning.

  • Hwy 101: Linden and Casitas Pass Project Update

    Wednesday and Thursday nights there will be alternating Highway 101 northbound and southbound lane closures.

  • The Class of 2021

    Academic excellence and diversity of applicants to UC Santa Barbara once again reach an all-time high.

  • Career Steer with Dug Uyesaka
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    Career Steer with Dug Uyesaka

    You have honed your talent as an artist. You need some clues about who to show your work to, how to make the next jump to get it seen, marketing and maybe a hint or two about your work. What new choices do you have to take you across the threshold as a successful artist?
     
  • Summer Romero Trunk Show
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    Summer Romero Trunk Show

    Join the Museum Store for a special trunk show event with Mexican-American fashion and textile artist Summer Romero. Summer works with various indigenous communities using natural, organic, and recycled materials, exploring Mexican textile traditional art and evolving it through contemporary applications. 

    While at the Museum Store, enter a raffle contest to win a one-of-a-kind, fair trade,
    hand-embroidered fedora that is sold exclusively at the Museum Store!

  • Atelier: Day Tripping and Night Croquet
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    Atelier: Day Tripping and Night Croquet

    Atelier offers guests an evening of intimate, intriguing, occasionally irreverent interactions with art and artists in the Museum’s galleries. Inspired by the exhibition You Are Going On A Trip: Modern and Contemporary Prints from the Permanent Collection, this event takes the notion of travel and escape (mental or physical) and invites guests to “Get Out of Town” for a surreal summer vacation. Like all good experiences on the road this one has motion, music, snacks, a little day dreaming and a great companion: art.
    Includes hors d'oeuvres, wines, and signature cocktails

  • Pilings Replaced at Stearn's Wharf

    Pilings are in the process of being replaced on Stearn's Wharf Friday morning after being damaged in a boating accident.

  • Emergency Guardrail Project on Highway 101

    An emergency guardrail project on Highway 101 in Gaviota begins next week with a 24/7 southbound lane closure.

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