Articles From : sbrobert

  • Salt and Silver: Early Photography at SB Museum of Art

    Robert shares a recap of the "Salt & Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860" exhibit at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

  • Reflecting on the Conception Boat

    The Conception boat disaster has hit our community hard. So many lives lost at once and so many questions remain.

  • Pacific Pride Festival Highlights at Chase Palm Park

    Robert shares highlights of the Pacific Pride Festival at Chase Palm Park last weekend.

  • Butterflies, Prehistoric Forest and Strange Science at Natural History Museum

    Robert provides an in-depth look at Butterflies Alive and the Prehistoric Forest at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.

  • Arroyo Hondo Preserve Hike

    Rober recently led the Sierra Club on a hike in the Arroyo Hondo Preserve.

  • Elevated Dreams Aerials at First Thursday at SBCAST

    Elevated Dreams Aerial performance group managed to shine through all the Fiesta buzz and confusion with a performance at SBCAST.

  • Blondie and Elvis Costello at the Bowl

    Robert saw Blondie and Elvis Costello rock out at the Santa Barbara Bowl

  • Gun Violence: A Public Health Crisis

    Robert recaps a lecture by the founder of the Coalition Against Gun Violence at the Humanist Society.

  • Annual Fiesta Cruiser Ride Takes Over State Street

    The Fiesta Cruiser Bike ride is the biggest and longest-running bicycle event in Santa Barbara.

  • Rocky Pine Ridge Sierra Club Hike

    Robert shares the top photos from a Rocky Pine Ridge Sierra Club hike last weekend.

  • Humanist Society Meets American Atheists President

    Robert reports on a meeting with the Humanist Society and the President of American Atheists.

  • Romero Canyon Sierra Club Hike

    Robert led a happy group of ten hikers for the Romero Canyon Sierra Club loop hike on Sunday, July 14.

  • 31st Annual French Festival Highlights

    The Santa Barbara French Festival was back in a big way for its 31st anniversary.

  • Solstice Workshop Fun and Help Needed

    [Update]: The Solstice Workshop is now open and ready for YOUR participation at the corner of Ortega Street and Garden Street.

  • Why People Believe Weird Things: Michael Shermer

    Robert reviews a talk given by Michael Shermer called, "Why People Believe Weird Things" from May 19, 2019.

  • Foggy Flores Peak Sierra Club Hike

    Robert shares photos from a foggy adventure, leading hikers from Gibraltar Rock to Flores Peak.

  • Humanist Society Talk on Living With Nixon's Supreme Court

    Robert reviews the Humanist Society's lecture on Nixon's Supreme Court and what we're living with today.

  • I Madonnari Chalk Paintings Final Round

    [Update]: Robert shares highlights from the 33rd annual I Madonnari Chalk Painting Festival this past weekend.

  • 43nd Annual Isla Vista Juggling Festival Highlights

     Robert shares videos from last weekend's 43nd annual Isla Vista Juggling Festival, the longest-running juggling festival in the world.

  • Solstice Dining Out Fun at Pascucci

    Santa Barbara Summer Solstice is getting warmed up for the season, starting with a fun Dining Out event at Pascucci this past Wednesday evening.

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