Articles From : Edhat Staff
“Hollywood has had its fingers and toes in the White House for decades,” according to award-winning journalist Kathleen Sharp. In her Nov. 15 SBCC School of Extended Learning lecture, the acclaimed author and investigative journalist will reveal the surprising ways that moguls and agents have shaped American politics. From the era of Eisenhower and JFK, through the administrations of LBJ, farmer Jimmy Carter, actor Ronald Reagan, Gov.
A Ventura County man was sentenced to 15 years in Federal Prison for using a peer-to-peer network to distribute child pornography.
Headless Household and Lucinda Lane strike up the bands at SOhO, Tuesday, November 28
What: Headless Household, with Lucinda Lane
When: Tuesday, November 28 at 7:30 p.m. (the Lane at 7:30, the Household @ 8:45-ish)
Where: SOhO, 1221 State St., Santa Barbara (upstairs)
California Energy Commission agrees to freeze Puente Power Plant proceedings for six months, lengthening a three-year battle by environmental advocates to block the construction of a fourth power plant on Oxnard’s beaches.
ACLU of Southern California Santa Barbara Chapter Presents A Fall Community Forum:“Immigrant Rights and Citizenship in the Trump Era”
Join the ACLU of Santa Barbara for an evening of community discussion on the significance of the Trump administration’s policy changes to immigration and citizenship. Our lineup of speakers includes:
In celebration of America Recycles Day on November 15, the Santa Barbara County Public Works Department encourages community members to increase their recycling efforts by visiting www.LessIsMore.org, the region’s ultimate recycling and waste reduction resource.