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  • Super Sunday in Santa Barbara

     
    Up in Santa Barbara for the weekend speaking at the Edible Institute, a conference sponsored by the Edible Community of food magazines, and there was one place I absolutely had to stop. Can you guess where? Yup. Every time I......
  • Girls' basketball: Thursday's scores

     
    SOUTHERN SECTION AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Aquinas 60, Woodcrest Christian 41 ARROWHEAD LEAGUE Wildomar California Lutheran 49, Pomona Catholic 34 BIG VIII LEAGUE Corona Santiago 52, King 42 Corona Centennial 60, Riverside Poly 41 Corona Roosevelt 45, Norco 44...
  • Geezer Bandit strikes again, robbing his 13th bank in California, FBI says

     
    The Geezer Bandit has apparently struck again, this time in Santa Barbara County, for his 13th bank robbery in California, the FBI announced Saturday. Given his nickname due to his apparently advanced age, the robber hit a Bank of America......
  • Art review: 'Charles Garabedian: A Retrospective,' Santa Barbara Museum of Art

     
    SANTA BARBARA -- Thirty years ago, Charles Garabedian first showed his gorgeous suite of nine panel-paintings called "Prehistoric Figures" as the culmination of a San Diego museum survey of his career. They haven't been seen together again since 1984's...
  • Monster Mash: Egyptian Museum secured; porn at CTG; Pasadena Playhouse dumps Furious Theatre

     
    Today in arts news: Egyptian Museum is safe from looters; CTG does a porn musical; Pasadena Playhouse dumps Furious Theatre; live chat with Neil LaBute...
  • The Dry Garden: A 3-acre, low-water labor of love called Arlington

     
    As beautiful as private landscapes can be, and they can be stunning, none can match the poetry, joy and solace of a public garden done right. As proof, look no further than Arlington Garden in Pasadena. Here, since breaking ground......
  • Federal loans available for victims of recent storms

     
    The federal Small Business Administration announced Thursday that it will make low-interest loans available to California homes and businesses damaged in recent heavy rainstorms. The region was hit by a series of storms from Dec. 17 through Jan. 4,...
  • Remembering Ronald Reagan and the NEA

     
    Sunday is the centennial of Ronald Reagan's birth. Among much else, one thing for which the late president is remembered is devastating the already small budget of the National Endowment for the Arts. Public debt roughly tripled during Reagan's eight........
  • Foster the People hitting the road with Grouplove, Lesands

     
    Put on your pumped-up kicks: L.A. Unheard alumni Foster the People are heading out for a national tour. The local trio, fresh off a successful Echo residency, will do a West Coast swing in March before heading east. They'll be back in time for Coachella,...
  • Art review: Charles Gaines' 'Manifestos' at UCLA Hammer Museum

     
    Given the stunning backdrop of recent events in Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan and Yemen -- and perhaps elsewhere in the turbulent Middle East in coming days -- Charles Gaines' exceptional multimedia installation "Manifestos" assumes an unanticipated resonance....
  • Santa Ana winds expected across Southern California

     
    Santa Ana winds are expected to buffet Southern California on Wednesday and Thursday, the National Weather Service said. Wind gusts around 40 mph are expected across mountain and valley areas of Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, the...