Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Happy Day of Love!

    Did you know over half of the American population will spend $30 billion on Valentine's Day?

  • Documentary Focuses on Santa Barbara's Community Spirit after Natural Disasters

    "Better Together" covers the catastrophic effects four million gallons of oil spilling on the ecologically rich Santa Barbara Channel 50 years ago.

  • Storm Damage Reports

    [Update]: Roger the Scanner Guy and edhat readers report local storm-related issues.

  • Freedom Warming Center to Open Tuesday Night

    With a storm to arrive early Wednesday morning, the Freedom Warming Centers are to open on Tuesday.

  • Santa Maria Home Damaged in Fire

    Santa Barbara County firefighters contained a small fire in a single family residence home in Santa Maria on Tuesday morning.

  • Local Students Win Awards at Film Festival

    The 34h annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival ended on Saturday with a closing night film and awards for local student filmmakers.

  • Local Bicyclist Bounces Back After Injury

    A local bicyclist and edhat reader shares an update on his health after Roger reported his injury on edhat.

  • The Apparent Limits of Neuroscience & Consciousness
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    The Apparent Limits of Neuroscience & Consciousness

    SBCC Professor Joe White discusses the apparent limits of neuroscience and consciousness at 3:00 p.m. on February 16.

  • Santa Barbara Film Festival Announces Winners

    On Saturday the Santa Barbara International Film Festival announced the 34th annual winners during a breakfast held at the Belmond El Encanto.

  • MIT Enterprise Forum Presents: Tech Aquisitions
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    MIT Enterprise Forum Presents: Tech Aquisitions

     

    Join us for a lecture on Tech Acquisitions: Digital Strategies for Corporation & Exit Strategies for Startups on February 20 from 5-8pm.

    Date: Wednesday, February 20 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    Location: Rockwood, Santa Barbara Women's Club

    Tickets: www.mitcentralcoast.org

  • Jamie Foxx Presents Michael B. Jordan with Film Festival Award

    Actor Michael B. Jordan was honored with the Cinema Vanguard Award presented by Jamie Foxx on Thursday evening.

  • Unclear When Highway 154 Will Reopen

    [Update]: Highway 154 remains closed but the boundary has been reduced from Lake Cachuma State Recreation Area to Paradise Road.

  • Two Killed in Orcutt Traffic Collision

    A multi-vehicle collision with a semi-truck killed two people early Thursday morning in Orcutt.

  • Freeze Warning Through Thursday Morning

    The National Weather Service issued a freeze warning from midnight through 9:00 a.m. Thursday.

  • Eight Actors Receive Virtuoso Awards for Standout Performances

    The Santa Barbara Film Festival awarded eight actors who had standout performances this past year with the annual Virtuosos Award.

  • False Alarm Puts San Marcos High School on Lockdown

    [Update]: The lockdown was lifted on San Marcos High School as the suspect seen with a gun was actually holding a radiator hose.

  • Glenn Close and Her Dog Receive Maltin Modern Master Award

    Glenn Close and her adorable dog Pip were presented with the Maltin Modern Master Award at the Arlington Theatre Sunday afternoon.

  • Illegal Cannabis Productions Raided Near Carpinteria and Santa Ynez

    The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Cannabis Compliance Team discovers illegal cannabis manufacturing in Santa Ynez and Carpinteria.

  • Religion Framed: Indigenous Jurisdictions and the Generativity of Tradition
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    Religion Framed: Indigenous Jurisdictions and the Generativity of Tradition

    Professor Gregory Johnson from the University of Colorado, Boulder, gives a free lecture at UCSB on Wednesday, February 13. 

    Date: February 13, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.

    Location: UCSB, McCune Conference Room (HSSB 6020)

    FREE

  • Monday Morning Weather Advisory

    The National Weather Service issued a significant weather advisory for central Santa Barbara County until 7:30 a.m.

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