Articles From : sbrobert

  • Humanist Society Lecture: Policing Reform?

    Robert shares a recap of a recent Humanist Society virtual lecture on policing reform.

  • Comet NEOWISE!

    Robert shares his experiencing photographing Comet Neowise this past weekend.

  • An Assault on Our Lives

    What would you call it if someone caused you to lose your home of 31 years through no fault of your own? If that person disrupted every aspect of your life and cost you large sums of money?

  • Painted Cave Fire 30th Anniversary

    Saturday marks the 30th anniversary of the Painted Cave Fire that destroyed 4,900 acres, 641 structures, and took one life.

  • Isla Vista Supports Black Lives Matter

    Robert shares photos of activism and protest signs throughout the Isla Vista community supporting Black Lives Matter.

  • Creating the Virtual Summer Solstice Parade

    The Santa Barbara Summer Solstice Parade is another COVID-19 casualty this year, but the parade will live on in virtual form.

  • Scouting Tangerine Falls

    Robert scouted Tangerine Falls for the first time since before the 2017 Thomas Fire and 2018 Debris Flow.

  • Memorial Day Weekend Highlights

    Memorial Day weekend was a bit different than usual this year, but things were also opened up more than they had been in recent weeks.

  • Knapp's Castle Under Reconstruction

    Robert traveled up to Knapp's Castle to look at some recent construction.

  • After Religion, Then What? Enlightenment Values

    Robert recaps the Humanist Society's latest virtual presentation and discussion.

  • Wind Surfers at Isla Vista Bluffs

    Robert was mesmerized by wind surfers off the coast of Isla Vista.

  • Fighter Jet Flyover Honors Frontline Workers

    [Update]: Edhat readers share photos and reports of the fighter jets that flew over town to honor frontline workers on Wednesday.

  • Gibraltar Rock Sierra Club Hike

    Robert shares photos from a Sierra Club hike to Gibraltar in January.

  • Cathedral Peak Back Way Trail Reopened

    Arlington Peak is one of the most visible rock formations in the Santa Barbara area, many people refer to this formation as "Cathedral Peak" because it looks a bit like an array of pipe organ pipes

  • Figueroa Mountain Wildflower Update

    Robert visited Grass Mountain and Figueroa Mountain to check out the local wildflowers.

  • Sen. Jackson Talks COVID-19 with Humanist Society

    The April Humanist Society meeting with Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson was held virtually to disucss the COVID-19 shutdown.

  • Earth Day 50th Anniversary

    Robert shares all the good humans have done to help the earth since the inception of Earth Day nearly 40 years ago.

  • American Moonshot: Douglas Brinkley at Arts and Lectures

    Robert shares an overview of Douglas Brinkley's lecture on "Presidential Leadership and Space Exploration" that took place in December.

  • Mission Ridge Sierra Club Hike

    Robert shares photos of a Sierra Club hike to Mission Ridge in February.

  • Solstice Art and Sullivan Goss Art at First Thursday

    Robert shares some highlights from downtown Santa Barbara's First Thursday event last month.

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