Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Abigail Pogrebin Lecture: My Amazing, Demanding, Indelible Jewish Year
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    Abigail Pogrebin Lecture: My Amazing, Demanding, Indelible Jewish Year

    Author Abigail Pogrebin will speak about her new book, "My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew."

    Free Event

    Sunday, April 22nd at 3:00 p.m.

    Location: Congregation B'nai B'rith
    1000 San Antonio Creek Road
  • Central Coast Premiere of The Testament
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    Central Coast Premiere of The Testament

    Join us for a free film and discussion for the Central Coast premiere of Amichai Greenberg's Award-Winning film "The Testament."

    Thursday, April 12th at 7:00 p.m.

    Free Event

    Location: Congregation B'nai B'rith
    1000 San Antonio Creek Road
  • Stella Artois Bottle Recall

    Stella Artois issued a voluntary recall for some of their 11.2-ounce beer bottles in the U.S. and Canada that may contain particles of glass.

  • Isla Vista County Beaches Closed this Weekend

    The Santa Barbara County Community Services Department has announced that the beaches at Isla Vista will be closed due to the potential for a “Floatopia” event on Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 8, 2018.

  • Deltopia 2018: Keeping It Local

    UCSB students take the lead to curb enthusiasm for Deltopia; an array of zero-tolerance restrictions is set for the weekend of April 7.

  • Afternoon Visitor

    Can edhat readers identify this type of hawk?

  • Bear Found Near Miramar

    An edhat reader snapped a photo of a bear hiding near Miramar Beach.

  • Local Catering Company

    Do edhat readers have recommendations for a local catering company to host a small party?

  • Santa Barbara MTD Seeks Public Input

    Santa Barbara MTD is hosting a set of public outreach meetings this April, and is inviting the public to take a brief survey giving feedback on proposed service changes to local bus service.

  • Santa Maria Police Search for Wanted Person

    Santa Maria Police are searching for a 26-year-old man wanted for attempted murder and child endangerment.

  • Free Bus Shuttle Service for New Amtrak Schedule

    Starting this past Monday, MTD busses are now providing a connecting shuttle service for the retimed Amtrak Pacific Surfliner train.

  • City of Santa Barbara Awarded $10 Million Desalination Grant

    In March 2018, the City of Santa Barbara was awarded a $10 million grant by the California Department of Water Resources to offset the $72 million cost of reactivating the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Plant.

  • West Beach Dredging Complete

    Crews have completed dredging of the large shoal of sand located off West Beach.

  • Free Architect Consults for Homes Affected by Fire and Mudslide

    The American Institute of Architects in Santa Barbara will provide residents with free consultations on the rebuilding process for homes affected by the Thomas Fire and 1/9 Debris Flow.

  • March Edness 2018: Winners Announced!

    [Update]: The final March Edness winners have been announced, see who took the crown!

  • Santa Paula Plane Crash Victims Identified

    [Update]: The two victims in the Santa Paula airplane crash on Saturday afternoon have been identified.

  • Coast Guard Medevacs Navy Crewmember Near Santa Barbara

    A Coast Guard helicopter crew medevaced an injured Navy destroyer crewmember near Santa Barbara, Sunday night.

  • Economic Forecast Project Looks at Fiscal Damage from Thomas Fire and Montecito Mudslide

    Three months after the Thomas Fire and the subsequent debris flow that swept through Montecito, the tourism-dependent South Coast continues to feel the fiscal effects of the two disasters.

  • Southern Californians Can Stay in Touch With FEMA

    Southern California homeowners and renters who have registered for FEMA disaster assistance after the wildfires and mudslides, are encouraged to stay in touch as their applications are processed.

  • 2018 Congressional Women of the Year

    Congressman Carbajal honors 2018 Congressional Women of the Year to mark the conclusion of Women's History Month.

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