Articles From : sbrobert
Santa Barbara International Orchid Show is Back
The hard working people of the Orchid Society of Santa Barbara brought the Santa Barbara International Orchid Show back in a big way!
San Marcos Foothills Sierra Club Hike with Sheep
Ever since the January 9 storms it has been difficult to find places to hike that include some elevation gain. I recently led a Sierra Club hike at the San Marcos Foothills Preserve, managed by the County
Ukraine Rally Raises Big Issues
Robert attended the rally to support Ukraine at the Santa Barbara Courthouse on February 25
Santa Barbara Snow
Robert shares footage of the recent snow falling on our local mountains.
"Blood, Sweat and Tears" SAGE Talk
The UCSB SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind promotes the study of the relationship between brain, mind and behavior.
Solstice Poster Contest Reception
The 2023 Santa Barbara Summer Solstice season is off to a start, with local artists submitting art for this year's poster and T-shirt designs.
First Thursday: Opera, Film, Art, History, Technology and More
February First Thursday had us running non-stop from opening at 5PM on to 9PM, an hour after the official end.
Why Creationism May Come Back to Our Schools
Robert recaps Eugenie Scott's lecture through the Humanist Society on why Creationism may come back to our schools.
Museum of Contemporary Art Reopening Party
Robert attends the re-opening of the Santa Barbara Museum of Contemporary Art in Paseo Nuevo.
High Energy Santa Barbara Women's March
Robert shares highlights from the Women's March rally in Santa Barbara last weekend.
Santa Barbara Zoo Lights
Zoo Lights at the Santa Barbara Zoo is a wonderfully creative and beautiful art project.
Cold Spring Full of Water on New Year's Day
Gushing water is no surprise in most of the country, but here it is a big deal. We went hiking the Cold Spring Trail on New Year's Day and saw plenty of water.
White Winter Solstice Party
Santa Barbara Summer Solstice never ends! The White Winter Solstice celebration occurred this year on December 14 at the Anchor Rose Restaurant in the same building as the Maritime Museum.
Neuroscience of God Belief?
Dr John Wathey has been a guest of the Humanist Society in the past and he was back again to discuss the "Neuroscience of God Belief."
Butterflies at Ellwood in Goleta
Robert has been visiting the monarch butterflies at Ellwood Eucalyptus Grove in Goleta since the 1980s.
La Cumbre Plaza Art and Opera
Since 2019, La Cumbre Center for Creative Arts has been providing space at La Cumbre Plaza for 24 artists including painters, sculptors, photographers, 3D printers and more.
Diwali Festival of Lights Celebration
Robert attended the local Diwali celebration, the Hindu Festival of Lights.
Election Party at Timbers Restaurant Goleta
Robert attended the election night celebration at Timbers Restaurant in Goleta.
World Dance for Humanity Thriller and More
World Dance for Humanity raises money for direct aid in Rwanda, Ukraine and other places in need.