Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • A Reader Shares a Photo of a Hawk Hatchling

    An Edhat subscriber shares a lovely photo of a hawk hatchling finally flying out of its nest.

  • Curator's Choice Lecture: Lane Relyea

    Curator's Choice Lecture: Lane Relyea

    Artists in cities everywhere are increasingly turning their attention from object making to public conversation. Instead of depending on traditional forms of funding, they are increasingly crowd-sourcing and ad-libbing galleries and events for colleagues to meet and stay informed. Consequently, the “white cube system” —traditionally centered around the studio, gallery, and museum — is being displaced by one focused on collaboration, professionalism, and social practice.

  • Great Escape

    Binge-watching: A healthy diversion, or waste of time — UCSB professors weigh in    

  • Santa Barbara Begins Delivering Desalinated Water to Customers

    Santa Barbara City’s Desalination Plant has begun sending desalinated water into the City’s water distribution system.

  • Grand Jury Approves of Juvenile Justice Programs

    The Santa Barbara County Grand Jury finds the juvenile justice programs accomplish good work.

  • Brush Fire Along Highway 101 Near El Capitan

    Update: Two spot fires along Highway 101 northbound near El Capitan were quickly contained late Tuesday morning.

  • City of Goleta Gains Another Safe City Award

    The City of Goleta has been recognized by LendEDU as one of the safest cities in California, winning its fifth award in six years.

  • "Healthy Living Tips for Seniors" by Dr. Todd Engstrom

    "Healthy Living Tips for Seniors" by Dr. Todd Engstrom

    (Santa Barbara, Calif., May 29, 2017) – Board-certified internist Dr.

  • Low-Cost Pet Vaccine Clinic

    Low-Cost Pet Vaccine Clinic

    Attention Isla Vista, Goleta and Santa Barbara Pet Owners:

    Care4Paws and UCSB's Associated Students are co-hosting

    Low-Cost Pet Vaccine Clinic

    Saturday, June 3, 11 am - 2 pm

    People's Park, Isla Vista

    Rabies, Distemper/Parvo (DHPP) and Feline Distemper (FVRCP) vaccines for just $10 each! 

    Plus, $10 microchips, flea meds and deworming treatment. 

    Low-income pet owners can sign up for a free pet spay/neuter through C.A.R.E.4Paws.

    Project PetSafe will sell dog licenses. 

  • Water Main Replacement Project on Ashley Road

    Construction begins on May 30th to replace a water main on Ashley Road in Montecito; traffic delays may incur through July 28.

  • Four Suspects Arrested in Isla Vista Stabbing

    Four Lompoc residents were arrested following a strong-arm robbery and stabbing in Isla Vista on Sunday.

  • 2nd Annual Run to Surf Adventure Challenge!

    2nd Annual Run to Surf Adventure Challenge!

    Fitness groups from around Santa Barbara and Ventura are gathering their teams and preparing for the 2nd Annual Run to Surf Challenge at Leadbetter Beach on Saturday, July 8th. Gyms, clubs and other fitness-centered organizations are gearing up for some friendly competition and fun times at this year’s event which is made up of a 5k run, ½ mile paddle on a surfboard and a beach challenge course, designed by local fitness experts, Killer B Fitness.

  • Brush Fire Contained at 1/2 Acre

    A vegetation fire was fully contained at 1/2 acre on Cieneguitas Road early Sunday evening. 

  • Edhat is Back!

    We're back! Take a minute to read an update from edhat's publisher. 

  • Police Search for Missing Elderly Woman

    Santa Maria Police are searching for an elderly woman who has been missing since Mother's Day.

  • Garden Street Academy Rummage Sale

    Garden Street Academy Rummage Sale

    Garden Stre

  • Bugs... Outside the Box

    Bugs... Outside the Box

    Bugs... Outside the Box
    Opening Saturday, May 27
    at the Natural History Museum 

  • Sprint Store Robbed on State Street

    The Sprint store in the 1000 block of State Street in Downtown Santa Barbar

  • Suspected Norovirus in North County Schools

    Numerous instances of student gastro-intestinal upset in North County are suspected to be a Norovirus outbreak.

  • Gas Leak a False Alarm at UCSB

    Santa Barbara County Fire Department responded to UC Santa Barbara for a reported gas leak Friday morning that turned out to be a false alarm.

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