Articles From : sbrobert

  • Cirque du Soleil Volta Experience!

    Cirque du Soleil is a synthesis of circus, ballet, comedy and something indescribably unique.

  • Solvang Christmas Tree Burn

    Solvang began burning Christmas trees in an annual bonfire over 40 years ago, though it does not happen every year. 

  • King Tut in Los Angeles

    Robert attends the traveling exhibit King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharoah, in Los Angeles.

  • Monarch Butterflies at Pismo State Beach

    Between Christmas and New Year's, Robert traveled to Pismo State Beach to see the monarch butterflies

  • Monarchs at Ellwood: First Report!

    Robert shares photos of his monarch butterfly findings at Ellwood butterfly grove.

  • A Very Tuba Christmas

    Tuba Christmas celebrated its 45th year with a packed performance in Storke Placita on Saturday.

  • Holiday Happenings in Santa Barbara

    Robert reports on the latest holiday happenings in town from the downtown parade to the holiday market.

  • Dragon's Back Hike

    Robert led the Sierra Club Hike on the first part of the Dragon's Back of the Cathedral Peak Trail.

  • The Smartphone Generation

    Robert shares pictures and summaries from a recent lecture on the post-Millennial generation at Santa Barbara City College.

  • Magical Harp Concert

    Robert recently enjoyed a harp concert by Canadian harpist Josh Layne.

  • Lois Capps Tells Humanist Society of Life in Congress

    Former Congress Member Lois Capps was the most recent speaker at the Humanist Society of Santa Barbara, speaking just before the recent election.

  • Veterans Day Parade and Parachute Jump

    Veterans Day was celebrated on Saturday in Santa Barbara with a parade down State Street, along Cabrillo Boulevard and ending at the Carriage Museum.

  • Thriller and Freak Show Performances

    Robert shares a recap of all the Halloween and freaky performances that happened around town.

  • Congregation B'nai B'rith Night of Solidarity

    Robert shares photos from the Congregation B'nai B'rith that was hosted as a Night of Solidarity to bring the community together in the wake of a series of hate crimes around the country.

  • Early Día de Los Muertos at the BIltmore!

    Halloween and Día de Los Muertos are not yet here, but the celebrations have already begun in a big way!

  • Montecito Loop Sierra Club Exploratory Hike

    Robert's latest Sierra Club had an energetic and adventuresome group to explore five different Montecito trails in the disaster area.

  • Robert's Election Picks

    Robert Bernstein shares his midterm election endorsements and is curious about other's recommendations.

  • Puppetry Workshop

    Robert shares photos from a recent puppet-making workshop at UC Santa Barbara.

  • Cold Spring Trail Exploratory Hike

    Most of the Montecito trails are now open, but the Cold Spring Trail is still officially closed. Four of us Sierra Club hike leaders arranged to scout the trails to see how close they are to being hike ready.

  • A Matter of Some Gravity

    The latest Humanist Society talk was by UCSB Physics Professor Roger Freedman. His title: A Matter of Some Gravity – What Newton Never Knew About Gravitation

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