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Friday, January 15, 2021

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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Martin Luther King, Jr. and his legacy will be honored by our community

Minnijean Brown-Trickey

LaToya Ruby Frazier

Dr. Mae Jemison

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SB County Child Wellness Initiative kicks off this month

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Community Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 John Palminteri’s Community VOICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Sigrid Toye: Harbor VOICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Harlan Green: Economic VOICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Community Market. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 SBAOR President Brian Johnson on Prop 19. . . . . 19 Galleries & Art Venues. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 - 2 3 * Español y Inglés Find the Voice Digital Edition with additional stories and advertising online at www.VoiceSB.com

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Race to Justice Leads us Toward Equality

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LLUMINATING WHY RACE MATTERS TO EVERY INDIVIDUAL, the program Race issues to the forefront. Now, we are spearheading an in-depth look to Justice, formulated by UCSB Arts & Lectures, draws upon experiences, dialogue, and at systemic racism from every angle, including abolition, underlying relationships to help unfold a greater understanding of the racial reckoning that has risen to conditions, reparations, criminal justice, and more." prominence in this community and our global village. As part of Arts & Lectures' Thematic Learning Initiative, free adult Examining systemic racism, Race to Justice will present virtual events that challenge the learning activities will provide interested individuals and community common cultural view about race by engaging leading activists, creatives, and thinkers to explore groups with the tools to further explore race in society and promote ideas and issues to create a new context. Among the presenters will be: Anna Deavere Smith; change. Minnijean Brown-Trickey; W. Kamau Bell; Dr. Mae Jemison; LaToya Ruby Frazier; and Michelle "Arts & Lectures is extremely grateful to our campus and Enjoy an Inauguration Alexander. Events are available to anyone anywhere, and are available for ticket holders to replay community partners as well as to our sponsors," Billeci added. "I Day (Jan. 20th) encore for one week after the presentation. also want to give special recognition to the Race to Justice Advisory presentation of Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra "In the midst of a racial reckoning in our nation, UCSB Arts & Committee: Susannah Scott, Divisional Chair of the Academic Senate; Septet with Wynton Lectures' Race to Justice series stands on the right side of this particular Sharon Tettegah, Director of the Center for Black Studies Research; Marsalis performing historical moment by centering Black lives and experiences,” commented Ingrid Banks, Chair of the Department of Black Studies; Kim Yasuda, Sounds of Democracy Ingrid Banks, Associate Professor and Chair of Black Studies at UCSB. Chair of the Department of Art; Charles Hale, SAGE Sara Miller February 2nd, playwright, actor and professor Anna Deavere Smith McCune Dean of Social Sciences; and Belinda Robnett, Vice Chancellor will perform characters from her works Notes From the Field / Snapshots: for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.” Portraits of a World in Transition. February 5th, Civil Arts & Lectures presents this series in association with the following UC rights legend Minnijean Brown-Trickey will share her Santa Barbara campus partners: Department of Black Studies; Center for Black Studies Research; Division of Social Sciences; Division of experience desegregating schools as a member of the Humanities and Fine Arts; Division of Mathematical, Life, and Physical Little Rock Nine in a conversation titled Return to Little Sciences; Division of Student Affairs; Gevirtz Graduate School of Rock: A Seminal Moment in American Civil Rights and Civil Rights Legend Education; Graduate Division; Bren School for Environmental Science Minnijean BrownEducation. February 11th, see stand-up comedian and & Management; College of Creative Studies; College of Engineering; Trickey will talk on MultiCultural Center; Carsey-Wolf Center; UCSB Library | UCSB Reads; the host and executive producer of the Emmy AwardFebruary 5th Office of the Chancellor; Office of the Vice Chancellor for Diversity, winning CNN docu-series United Shades of America W. Enjoy stand-up Equity, and Inclusion; and Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor. Kamau Bell in a conversation titled Ending Racism in About an Hour. February comedian W. Kamau Race to Justice Lead Sponsors include Marcy Carsey, Connie Frank & Bell in conversation 23rd, former NASA Astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison with discuss her personal story of Evan Thompson, Patty & John MacFarlane, Sara Miller McCune, Santa Feb. 23rd accomplishment in a presentation titled Overcoming Obstacles, Breaking Barriers Barbara Foundation, Lynda Weinman & Bruce Heavin, Dick Wolf, and and Reaching for the Stars. Playwright, Actor and Zegar Family Foundation. Race to Justice Media Sponsors include Santa Barbara Independent, Programing will include a free special Inauguration Day encore presentation Professor Anna Deavere Smith KCRW, Voice Magazine, and Noozhawk. UCSB Arts & Lectures Community Partners the Natalie will be presented Feb. 2nd Orfalea Foundation & Lou Buglioli have provided generous support of the 2020-21 season. of Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Septet with Wynton Marsalis performing Sounds of Democracy; and also an extensive Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra A Race to Justice Winter 2021 complete series package is available for $60. Single tickets for Race to Justice virtual events start at $10/ general public and are FREE for UCSB students Residency featuring all-ages intensive musical programs. (registration required). 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Joe Biden To Be Sworn In As President January 20th By Mark M. Whitehurst / VOICE A televised pre-inaugural event will take place on January 19th at 5:30pm which will include a “virtual parade” showcasing ITNESS THE WHEELS OF DEMOCRACY communities across the country along with a virtual lighting ROLLING FORWARD AS PRESIDENT-ELECT ceremony honoring American lives lost due to COVID-19. JOE BIDEN AND VICE PRESIDENT-ELECT Communities across the country are invited to participate in KAMALA HARRIS ARE INAUGURATED on the event by lighting buildings and Wednesday, January 20th. The ringing church bells. theme for Biden’s inauguration – A post inaugural event will Our Determined Democracy: Forging feature a television program hosted a More Perfect Union – the program by Tom Hanks at 8:30pm on January will see Biden sworn in as the 46th 20th titled “Celebrating America” President of the United States on the instead of traditional inaugural balls. West Front of the U.S. Capital. Participating artists will include Ant Attending the ceremony will Clemons, Jon Bon Jovi, Demi Lovato, be former presidents Barack and Justin Timberlake. Obama, Bill Clinton, and George W. Traditionally, the Joint Bush. President Donald J. Trump, Congressional Committee on impeached for the second time by Inaugural Ceremonies would the U.S. House of Representatives distribute 200,000 tickets for the for incitement of insurrection, official ceremonies at the Capitol and which lead to the sacking of the provide ticket bundles to Members Capitol building on January 6th of the 117thCongress to distribute to and five subsequent deaths, said constituents. For the 59th Inaugural he will not attend the historic Ceremonies, invitations to Members event. As a result of those events, of the 117th Congress will be security will be exceedingly tight at limited to themselves and one guest, an inauguration, that was already according to the Joint Congressional downscaled due to the coronavirus Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies. pandemic. Commemorative ticket bundles Allowing for wide access, Vice President Elect, Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) and program packets will be made Biden’s inauguration will be available to Member offices for constituents following the covered on CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS News, and Fox News. The ceremonies. inauguration will also be streamed on most major news media’s District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser issued an order website outlets. on January 11th to extend a pause of various activities in the Prior to the inauguration, the Bidens will arrive at the White District until Friday, January 22nd, 2021 at 5am, which includes House with a presidential escort consisting of representatives indoor dining and museums. Even for activities not paused by from every branch of the military.

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Santa Barbara 2021 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to be Celebrated Virtually “The ultimate measure of a person is not where they stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where they stand at times of challenge and controversy.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

of Trustees and the Santa Barbara County Martin Luther King, Jr. 2021 Commission for Women. Essay & Poetry Contest Winners Additionally, the first place winners of the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Each year, MLKSB in partnership with Santa and Poetry Contest will read their original Barbara’s Anti-Defamation League sponsors an By Daisy Scott / VOICE works. Open to students across the county, Essay and Poetry Competition open to students ages this competition allows young community ONORING DR. KING’S LEGACY AND STRIVING six to 18. Submissions are received from students members to respond to Dr. TO PROMOTE UNITY, the Martin throughout the South Coast including Carpinteria King’s legacy. A total of $1,000 in Luther King, Jr. Committee of Santa and the Santa Ynez Valley. A total $1000 in cash and scholarships is distributed among the Barbara (MLKSB) will host a celebration scholarships are awarded. First place winners read winners. of Dr. King that will be a live-streamed on their work as a part of the MLK Day event. Speaking of young people, January 18th from 11am to 1pm. Featuring Garret noted, “They are one of our prominent speakers, readings by local students, 2021 Essay and Poetry Winners priorities, because they are our and footage of past performances, the online Age 6-12 Essays future, and we feel very strongly event will revolve around a theme drawn from First Place: No More Silence by Noah Slotnick-Lastrico, 12, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. about hearing from our young Dr. King’s quote above. La Colina Junior High people.” “We look at the condition of the community, Second Place: What Is Right by Ashley Hansen, 12, La Colina Junior High Third Place: Martin Luther King, Jr. by Lillian Richardson, 9, Marymount Kundai Chikowero, a senior at Dos Pueblos High the condition of the environment as a whole, School School and first place winner in the ages 13 to 18 poetry as a nation, and we try to envision what would Honorable Mention: Why It Is Important To Speak Up by James Steel, 6th division, first participated in this competition when her Dr. King say about these conditions today,” Dr. Anna Everett Grade, Foothill Elementary School seventh grade English teacher encouraged her and her commented MLKSB Vice President Isaac Garrett Age 6-12 Poems classmates to enter. on selecting this year’s theme. First Place: The Journey to Freedom by Elena Beckman, 10, Knox School “I won and I was exhilarated. I was happy that I “I think that the community should be aware Second Place: This Is Us by Zoe Rogers, 11, Peabody Charter School of was going to read my poem at the Arlington Theater, of the fact that some of the conditions that Dr. S.B Third Place (tie): two third place winners: When Happiness Goes Down during such a special day where we convey and King died for, still exist today,” said Garrett. “And by Sam Kasting, 7, Roosevelt Elementary School and Say Their Names continue conversations on social and racial justice,” said what we try to do is put on programs and events by Jonah Archer, 5th Grade, Foothill Elementary School Chikowero. She has gone on to win in each year’s contest that try to bring the community together, because Age 13-18 Essays since then. we feel that we must do that in order for us to First Place: How Should One’s Morals Be Defined? by Kamea Boucher, “I have continued to participate in the MLK be able to live in peace and harmony, and for 12th Grade, Carpinteria High School competition because I wish to retain my camp at the everybody to have a happy life, and for people to Second Place: The Importance of Speaking Up for Your Ideals by frontline of the struggle that my African ancestors Carolina Peace, 13, Marymount School be able to pursue their dreams.” Third Place: What Can Make You A Better Person? by Hannia started generations ago,” she explained. The event’s speakers have been selected for Hernandez, 12th Grade, Carpinteria High School Viewers will also relive some of past years’ musical Rev. Richard A. Lawrence their experiences and dedication. Reverend Age 13-18 Poems and dance performances. A showcase of local talent, Richard A. Lawrence, a retired United Methodist First Place: Betrayal, Silence by Kundai Chikowero, 12th Grade, Dos the screening will include footage of the Dance Institute of Santa clergyman, was active throughout the Civil Rights Movement Pueblos H.S. and knew Dr. King. He was responsible for bringing an interracial Barbara, Inner Light Gospel Choir, World Dance for Humanity, Second Place: Solidarity by Sarah Dent, 10th Grade, Dos Pueblos H.S. and more. There will also be a presentation of “Over the Years,” group of students from Chicago to partake in the 1965 Selma to Third Place: Our Voices Are Heard by Miles Souza, 17, Carpinteria H.S. Honorable Mentions: I Am What I Am by Fatima Lopez, 17, San Marcos which shows photos from Martin Luther King, Jr. events between Montgomery march, and also helped Dr. King organize an antiH.S. 2008 to 2020. discrimination demonstration in Chicago. Martin Luther King Was An Amazing Man by Ember Reiter, 13, Dr. Anna Everett, a Professor Emeritus of film, television, Attendees can join the live-streamed celebration by visiting MLKSB’s Marymount School website at www.mlksb.org, or their Facebook page at and new media studies at University of California, Santa Barbara, Rise Up by Ravi Pandya, 13, 8th Grade, Marymount School www.facebook.com/MLKCommitteeSB. will also be speaking. Having lived in Santa Barbara for over 20 years, she currently sits on the Santa Barbara City College Board To learn more or donate to MLKSB, visit www.mlksb.org. Photos courtesy of MLKSB Committee

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Betrayal Silence Darkness linger, dark clouds transfuse Thunderstorm, raging seas Burning fires, tremors and twisters Lightning zapping, Whirlwind overwhelms Pandemic, Death Brutality, Murder Poverty, hopelessness Injustice everywhere, they cry for justice! Out in the streets Mothers, fathers, brothers, and sisters Children and adults Traumatized, grieving, sadness No justice, No peace! Black Lives Matter! This skin, Matters! Where is empathy? Where is sympathy? Where is equality? Where is justice? Where is leadership? Where is the voice of reason? I hear his voice In my brain, it reverberates That strong voice yearning for equality “There comes a time when silence is betrayal” That voice, Martin Luther King’s reassuring voice! “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter” “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”

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UNDAI CHIKOWERO IS THE 2021 FIRST PLACE WINNER in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay and Poetry Contest’s Ages 13-18 Poetry Category. A 17 year-old Engineering Academy senior at Dos Pueblos High School, Kundai has won awards in this contest since she was in the seventh grade. Her poem, Betrayal Silence, was inspired by her continued passion for racial justice and equality, as well as the pandemic’s disproportionate impact on the African American community and the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others. “Poetry activism plays a fundamental role in effecting change in society,” shared Kundai. “As a poet, I observe the injustices and I pour my heart out through my pen. My pen is my sword. I use words and my pen to bring to light the impediments that racist society does not tire throwing on the path of progress. This is one accessible way to sustain the iconic voices of our fighters, such as Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, and others who freed Africa from the clutches of colonialism. Kundai Chikowero To remain silent is to preach a falsehood, namely, that we have attained a society that we are proud of.” Kundai’s passion for activism extends beyond her writing. A member of Youth Making Change for four years and independently organizing school supplies drives for Isla Vista Elementary, she was awarded the Outstanding Youth Leader Award by the City of Santa Barbara in 2018. She has also self-published two books of poetry whose themes explore racial equality, the environment, women’s and individuals from minority backgrounds’ rights, and more. “The destruction of a population that was coercive ‘with whip’ to build this country brought back the transgenerational traumas of Jim Crow back onto my shoulders and psyche, and I could not bottle up the transgenerational mandate to challenge a society that replays its gory founding rituals with relish in unending cycles,” said Chikowero. When injustice is everywhere How can one stay silent and give up? When democracy is on the line How can one stay calm? How, oh, how? When a pandemic ravages your loved ones How can one stay still? When brothers and sisters are hashtags!

Murdered, like it’s 1865! Black codes, The Civil War, Jim Crow, “redemption!” Redlining, gentrification In this raging storm, silence is betrayal Speak up, fight with love, fight for equality! – By Kundai Chikowero


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Search for New SB Fire Department Chief Continues

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OMMUNITY MEMBERS CAN EXPECT A BIG ANNOUNCEMENT for the Santa Barbara Fire Department this spring. Following the retirement of SBFD Chief Eric Nickel this past October, the search for a new chief is ongoing. With applications closing on January 25th, it is projected that a final selection will be made in mid-to-late March. The City of Santa Barbara’s Fire & Police Commission met on January 7th to review the qualities they’re looking for in candidates and the selection process. “We are recruiting from mainly looking toward the western region of the country,” said Lamont Ewell, senior consultant with Ralph Andersen and Associates, which oversees the applicant search. “That does not eliminate people from other parts of the country, but California as you well know has some very unique characteristics, including now yearround fire season.” Ewell further explained that they are looking to present a diverse pool of applicants, especially those with experience and who hold top positions within fire departments. Additional desired qualities include interpersonal skills, honesty, trustworthiness, a positive relationship with labor, and being “politically astute but yet not political.” Applicants are expected to have at minimum a bachelor’s degree. Following this presentation, commission members shared additional aspects they wanted considered. Vice Chair Lizzie Rodriguez emphasized the importance of selecting someone

experienced in working with diverse communities. “Santa Barbara has a large Latino and Spanish-speaking community, student community, and senior community. I think it would be important to have a Fire Chief who is comfortable or has experience working with a diverse community,” said Rodriguez. “Also, homelessness is a critical, complex social issue across the state and particularly in the city of Santa Barbara, so I think it would also be an important factor to consider this in the recruitment process.” As of January 7th, there were 18 candidates. Once applications close, Ewell will assess the applicants until he has a list of six to eight candidates to present to City Administrator Paul Casey. These candidates will then speak with an interview panel, who will consist of fire professionals, a Fire & Police commission representative, representation from the firefighter union, and a general management employee within the city organization. This panel will narrow the list to two or three candidates, who Casey will individually interview. He will then have a closed session with the commission for final input before the selection is made. “It’s worked well, we had a great process for police chief five years ago, we had a great process with Chief Nickel two years ago, and I fully expect us to have a very strong recruitment for fire chief this time as well,” said Casey. John Allman was voted to be the commission’s representative on the interview panel, with Chair John Stedman as an alternate. To stay updated with the Fire & Police Commission, visit www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/brdcomm/dm/firepolice/agendas.asp.

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By Paige Batson, M.A., R.N., P.H.N., Public Health Department Deputy Director

F YOU HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO SOMEONE WITH COVID-19, are waiting for virus test results, or you are experiencing symptoms related to the virus, you will need to safely isolate or quarantine at home. Please review the most up-to-date information you need regarding isolating and quarantining from the California Department of Health by visiting: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/COVID-19/ Guidance-on-Isolation-and-Quarantine-for-COVID-19-Contact-Tracing.aspx

Please keep in mind these important restrictions and information that apply to both home isolation and home quarantine: Separate yourself from others in your home. Stay at home except to seek medical care. Do not use public transportation. Do not prepare or serve food to others. Limit contact with pets. Do not allow visitors. Do not go to work, school or public areas. If you cannot meet the requirements for isolation or quarantine you may call the COVID-19 support team at 211 for assistance with housing, food or other needs. Please continue to check back at https://publichealthsbc.org/ for regularly updated information about health orders, guidance and vaccination distribution in Santa Barbara County.

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I HA ESTADO EXPUESTO A ALGUIEN CON COVID-19, está esperando los resultados de la prueba del virus o está experimentando síntomas relacionados con el virus, deberá aislarlo o ponerlo en cuarentena de manera segura en su casa. Revise la información más actualizada que necesita sobre el aislamiento y la cuarentena del Departamento de Salud de California haciendo en

Music Academy of the West’s Sing! Program Recognized by Arvo Pärt

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N A DISPLAY OF INTERNATIONAL APPRECIATION, Estonian composer Arvo Pärt has responded to a video performance of the Music Academy of the West’s Sing! Children’s Chorus. Currently undertaking a nine-month exploration of rehearsing and performing Pärt’s Songs from Childhood, the Arvo Pärt Centre sent a statement on behalf of Mr. Pärt and his wife after they received a video recording of the children’s work. “We were especially touched by the children’s performing Arvo’s Songs from Childhood,” it read. “It does not happen often that these songs are sung in English. Arvo is very grateful for your wonderful work and he sends his special greetings to all of the children and teachers.” In addition to this personal statement, the Arvo Pärt Centre shared the Sing! Children’s Chorus video performance on its social media to wish its followers a happy start to 2021. An internationally acclaimed composer, Arvo Pärt’s career has spanned over half a century. From 2008 to 2018, he was declared to be “the world’s most performed living composer” by classical music website Bachtrack.

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Sepárese de los demás en su hogar. Quédese en casa excepto para buscar atención médica. No utilice el transporte público. No prepare ni sirva comida a otras personas. Limite el contacto con mascotas. No permita visitas. No vaya al trabajo, la escuela o áreas públicas. Si no puede cumplir con los requisitos de aislamiento o cuarentena, puede llamar al equipo de apoyo de COVID-19 al 211 para obtener ayuda con la vivienda, la comida u otras necesidades. Continúe visitando https://publichealthsbc.org/ para obtener información actualizada periódicamente sobre órdenes de salud, orientación y distribución de vacunas en el condado de Santa Bárbara.


Temporary Traffic Control and Striping Changes on Las Positas Road Take Effect

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S PROGRESS CONTINUES WITH LAS POSITAS AND MODOC ROADS MULTIUSE PATHWAY PROJECT, temporary traffic control and striping changes have been implemented along Las Positas Road between Modoc Road and Cliff Drive. Having gone into effect January 11th, changes consist of reducing the speed limit to 35 mph and shifting traffic to allow buffer space for construction work to safely operate. Additionally, the northbound bike lane will be temporarily removed in a portion of this area, just north of Cliff Drive. The changes will continue through October 2021. “Drivers must temporarily share the road with cyclists and proceed cautiously within the Las Positas corridor during construction,” reads an announcement from the City of Santa Barbara. When completed, the Las Positas and Modoc Roads Multiuse Pathway will offer a 2.6 mile long path for bicyclists, runners, and pedestrians to safely travel alongside vehicle traffic. A Vision Zero project, funding is primarily provided through Active Transportation Program grant funds, as well as local Measure C funds.

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SEEAG Launches SB County Child Wellness Initiative

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IDS SHOULDN’T JUST EAT THEIR GREENS, they should also learn about them! according to Students for EcoEducation and Agriculture (SEEAG) which launches its Santa Barbara County Child Wellness Initiative this month. A free program, SEEAG intends to educate and inspire children to eat healthily and locally. “We want to engage students in an interactive, fun way, as we know how hard it can be for young students to be away from their friends and teachers while learning remotely,” said Kathleen Knight, SEEAG Child Wellness Initiative educator and program developer. “Our program encourages kids to use their detective skills to learn about Santa Barbara County’s local agriculture, to engage in thoughtful discussions about healthy eating, and even gets students up and dancing with their classmates and teachers.” Through this program, local third graders will learn about a different crop each month through live, hour long virtual presentations. Specifically, the program will highlight the nutrients and health benefits of Santa Barbara County specialty crops, including strawberries, avocados, broccoli, and more. Students will also learn about how their food grows from being a simple seed to something at their local market, the importance of exercise, and how different fruits and vegetables benefit their bodies.

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N ORDER TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF COVID-19 TESTING THROUGHOUT SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, a mobile testing unit was activated on January 11th. The unit is currently located at CenCal Health in Santa Barbara at 4050 Calle Real, and will operate from 7am to 7pm, Monday through Friday. “I’m grateful that we have an incredible partner like CenCal, who quickly responded to our need for space to host the mobile testing unit,” said Santa Barbara Public Health Director Van Do-Reynoso. “Because of CenCal’s support, we are able expand testing in our community during this very difficult surge in COVID transmission that we now find ourselves in as a community.” The mobile COVID-19 testing unit will remain at this location for at least two weeks following its opening. It will then move to a new location in the county, which is yet to be announced. Additionally, expanded COVID-19 testing is now offered in Santa Maria and Isla Vista. In Santa Maria, testing is now available at the Santa Maria Health Care Center at 2115 Centerpointe Pkwy from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm, Tuesdays through Fridays. Walk-ins are not permitted — rather, online appointment registration is available the day before each day of testing. These virtual registrations close at 5pm or when all available slots are full. In Isla Vista, testing is now available at the Isla Vista Theater at 960 Embarcadero del Norte, Isla Vista from 12 to 5pm Fridays and Saturdays. This location accepts walk-ins only.

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Participating students will also get links to access additional online activities to learn beyond live classes. Ultimately, SEEAG aims to include 1,000 children in this program over the course of 2021, including Title 1 students from low-income backgrounds. The plan is for SEEAG to transition to providing in-person education when students return to school campuses. The program is in the process of fundraising for a Santa Barbara County Farm Fresh Mobile Classroom van, to bring SEEAG educators to schools for hands-on nutritional education and to provide students with fresh produce from local farms. www.seeag.org

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SAMUEL KLEIN, M.D. has been appointed the new Chief Scientific Officer for Sansum Diabetes Research Institute. A metabolic disease expert, Klein has published more than 400 papers on topics pertaining to nutrition, metabolism, and diabetes. He also works with the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri as its William H. Danforth Professor of Medicine, Director of the Center for Human Nutrition, Director of the Center for Applied Research Sciences, and Chief of the Division of Geriatrics and Nutritional Sciences. He holds his MD from Temple University Medical School, and MS degree in Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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NatureTrack Delivers Meals & Nature Activity Cards to Lompoc Families

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HIS PAST HOLIDAY SEASON, local nonprofit NatureTrack embarked on a mission to offer what founder Sue Eisaguirre refers to as “nutrition with a side of nature.” December 2nd through the 18th, NatureTrack teamed with the Lompoc Unified School District to deliver meals to families in need. With each delivery, students received a Nature Notes activity card, encouraging them to play outside. “One little girl was so elated about our Nature Notes, she was jumping up and down with excitement,” remembered Eisaguirre. NatureTrack’s deliveries helped provide meals to families who were unable to pick up food from the school district’s traditional distribution sites. Students received a journal and a new Nature Notes activity card each week, which listed fun, outdoors activities for them to complete. Going Sue Eisaguirre delivering food forward, NatureTrack will resume delivering meals and Nature Notes starting January 11th. “As long as they need us to deliver, we’ll do it,” said Eisaguirre. For the past ten years, NatureTrack’s goal has been to inspire kids to explore and learn about the natural world around them. In this time, the organization has offered 25,000 free outdoor experiences for local students from elementary through high school. As the ongoing pandemic prevents schools from arranging traditional field trips, it is hoped the Nature Notes will motivate children to keep playing and learning outdoors. NatureTrack is also offering virtual field trips, virtual hikes, and online resources on its website. Courtesy Photo

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Community News Sansum Clinic Marks its 100th Anniversary Year

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ANSUM CLINIC, one of Santa Barbara’s most renowned healthcare organizations, is celebrating its 100th Anniversary this year. Founded by Dr. William Sansum, the first American physician to develop and administer insulin for diabetes, the clinic is one of the oldest nonprofit outpatient clinics in the state. “We stand on the shoulders of many who have helped bring us to this moment,” said Sansum Clinic’s CEO and Chief Medical Officer Kurt Ransohoff, MD, FACP. “We will always be proud of and committed to our important mission: partnering with our community to deliver healthcare during any challenge, whether that be during wartime, economic recessions, or this current pandemic.” Today, the Sansum Clinic team consists of residency and fellowship-trained physicians and caring staff members who work together to provide patients quality care. Moreover, the clinic’s investments in infrastructure allows it to offer excellent surgery centers, imaging machines, and operate the Ridley-Tree Cancer Center. www.sansumclinic.org

Applications Open for Ensemble Theatre Company’s Young Playwrights’ Festival

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F ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE, then no one is too young to start writing their own plays. In the spirit of encouraging and supporting young writers, Santa Barbara’s Ensemble Theatre Company is hosting its 4th Annual Young Playwrights’ Festival. Designed for writers aged 13 to 19, applications for this free, four-month long program are open until January 31st. “Responsibility to the story is the thing,” said Brian McDonald, ETC’s Education Director. “And the development of storytellers for the future of the American Theater may be one of the most valuable youth educational programs that Ensemble Theatre Company can offer the Santa Barbara community.” 20 student participants from Santa Barbara County will be selected. Through its three phases, this program guides students through the process of writing their own ten-minute-long play that is then produced and staged with professional directors and actors. The program’s first phase is weekly classroom instruction, with classes covering topics such as the playwriting techniques and the history of American theater, as well as supporting students as they craft their play drafts. Phase two then offers participants individual meetings with a professional playwright mentor as they revise their drafts. In the final phase, students partake in a live casting session with professional actors and collaborate with actors and a theater director to produce a live, staged reading of their play. Students will also have an on-stage discussion with the audience. Due to the pandemic, this year’s program will initially start online. If health guidelines permit, the performances will take place at The New Vic in May 2021. Having received a $19,000 grant from the California Arts Council, the ETC will not charge students any participation fees. “Arts and culture are inextricably linked to our humanity,” said Nashormeh Lindo, California Arts Council Chair. “They serve as a universal touchpoint for understanding and addressing our societal issues— dismantling inequity, healing trauma, reframing justice, inspiring truth and shaping futures. The Council is humbled to support the vital work of Ensemble Theatre Company and its passionate efforts to make a better California for us all.”

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Girls Inc. of Carpinteria to Launch New STEM Lab

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VER AN ADVOCATE FOR GIRLS PURSUING SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATHEMATICS, Girls Inc. of Carpinteria will now create a STEM lab on its Foothill Road campus. Funded by a $75,000 grant from the Avantor Foundation, this lab will encourage and allow more interactive STEM learning experiences for local girls. “Education for girls in science, technology, engineering, and math is paramount at an early age,” said Jamie Collins, Girls Inc. Carpinteria’s Executive Director. “The generous donation from the Avantor Foundation will enable life-changing programs and experiences that have the potential to shape the future of so many young minds. The addition of an on-site stem lab will also enable the Eureka! program to engage teens year-round to STEM, a core component of the program.” Avantor Inc. has also donated KN95 masks for the Girls Inc. of Carpinteria staff, members, and families. Moreover, the Aldrin Family Foundation has donated materials to be used in the new STEM lab, including a 3D lunar model, “giant moon map,” and curriculum about outer space for students. Projected to open in March, the STEM lab will be utilized for all students, especially middle and high school students in the daily Teen Center and Eureka!, a STEM-based college bound program. Girls Inc. will work with its college and business partners to host individuals who will connect STEM activities to various possible college majors and careers. For younger members, the lab will be open for both independent use and research-based programs after school hours. “Before entering Girls Inc., I never imagined I would be interested in a STEM-field career,” said Briana Rodriguez, a Girls Inc. of Carpinteria member. “Girls Inc. has shown me that women can be equally as successful as men in any science field, and they have always addressed the need for more women to be involved in STEM. Girls Inc. explores and introduces us to new STEM activities every day, and it has encouraged and inspired me to become a successful biomedical engineer.” www.girlsinc-carp.org

Veronica Zimmerman Joins California Coalition for Rural Housing Board of Directors

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VERONICA ZIMMERMAN will represent local nonprofit People’s Self-Help Housing in her new role on the Board of Directors for the California Coalition for Rural Housing. Currently the PSHH Director of Business Development, Zimmerman represents the nonprofit across Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo Counties. She also builds partnerships with subject matter experts and stakeholders, advises on policy matters on affordable housing development, and monitors the systems and processes within the organizational development process. In her new role on the Board of Directors, she will support the coalition’s mission to support rural housing improvement and the nonprofit and public sectors’ abilities to provide affordable housing and facilities. www.pshhc.org

AFSB Welcomes New Board President Brian Hofer BRIAN HOFER has been named the new Board President for the Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara. A Southern California local, Hofer is intrigued by California architecture and its historical, design and cultural elements. A familiar face to AFSB, he has acted as its President in the past, and currently serves as the chairman and coordinator for the Foundation’s Architectural Walking Tours program. Having worked in Santa Barbara for more than 25 years, Hofer’s firm is active with commercial, residential, institutional, and healthcare projects. He holds his master’s of architecture degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. https://afsb.org Brian Hofer

Chris Freeman Joins Dream Foundation’s National Board of Directors

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CHRIS FREEMAN, the Vice President of the HIV Business Unit at biopharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences and an U.S. Army veteran, has joined the Dream Foundation’s National Board of Directors. Dream Foundation CEO Kisa Heyer has expressed Freeman’s experiences with oncology and HIV biopharmaceuticals, combined with his knowledge of veterans’ needs, are expected to be valuable contributions. Having graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Freeman served in the army until 2001. In addition to his current role with Gilead Sciences, he leads the company’s veterans employees resource group. As a Dream Foundation Board of Directors member, he will be responsible for working with staff and other board members to promote awareness and increased funding for the foundation’s dream-granting programs. www.dreamfoundation.org

Dr. Priti Gagneja Announced As Central Coast Medical Association President DR. PRITI GAGNEJA will serve as the President of the Central Coast Medical Association’s 2021 Board of Directors. Originally from the San Fernando Valley, Gagneja holds her MBBS and Doctor of Medicine degrees with honors from Rajiv Gandhi University. In the past, she has worked as an internal medicine resident at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, ultimately serving as chief resident of internal medicine during her final year. Currently, she practices internal medicine with Sansum Clinic. She has been a member of the Central Coast Medical Association since 2010, and is also a part of the American College of Physicians. www.ccmahealth.org Dr. Priti Gagneja

Dr. Leonie H. Mattison to Join CommUnify DR. LEONIE H. MATTISON will be joining community action agency CommUnify as its new Chief Operating Officer later this month. Holding 15 years of experience working in government, corporate, and nonprofit environments, Mattison has acted as Division Chief, Organization & Talent Development for the County of Santa Barbara since 2017. Her past experiences include working as the Director of Research Operations and Major Grants for Sansum Diabetes Research Institute, as well as the Senior Grants Administrator and Head of Government Training & Development for New York City’s Department of Health & Mental Hygiene. She holds her doctorate in education from Argosy University, and her MBA from Georgian Court University. www.communifysb.org

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Charla de autores virtuales: Detectives y compinches: Chaucer’s Books invita a los fanáticos de los misterios a participar en una divertida e intrigante conversación virtual con cuatro escritores de misterios el jueves, 14 de enero a las 5pm. Los autores destacados incluyen a Jen Collins Moore (Asesinato en la plaza), Carol Pouilot (Misterios del viaje en el tiempo), Tina deBellegarde (Testigo de invierno) y Lida Sideris, local de Santa Bárbara (Serie de misterios del sur de California). El registro es gratuito, para obtener más información o registrarte visita www.chaucersbooks.com/event/virtual-event-sleuths-and-sidekicks.

Bestselling Author: Anne Lamott: UCSB Arts & Lectures welcomes writer Anne Lamott to virtually discuss her new book Almost Everything: Notes on Hope Thursday, January 14th at 5pm. $10 general admission, free for UCSB students. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y3qkvyqp. Autora más vendida: Anne Lamott: UCSB Arts & Lectures le da la bienvenida a la escritora Anne Lamott para discutir virtualmente su nuevo libro Casi todo: notas sobre la esperanza el jueves, 14 de enero a las 5pm. Entrada general $10, gratis para estudiantes de UCSB. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y3qkvyqp.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14TH LECTURES & WORKSHOPS Virtual Authors Talk: Sleuths and Sidekicks: Chaucer’s Books invites mystery fans to participate in a fun, intriguing virtual conversation with four mystery writers on Thursday, January 14th at 5pm. Featured authors include Jen Collins Moore (Murder at the Piazza), Carol Pouilot (Time Travel Mysteries), Tina deBellegarde (Winter Witness), and Santa Barbara local Lida Sideris (Southern California Mystery Series). Registration is free, to learn more or register visit www.chaucersbooks.com/event/virtual-event-sleuths-and-sidekicks.

Online Interactive Course: Confronting Racism: Word and Life will be hosting a 10 week virtual course on Thursday mornings from 10 to 11:35 am beginning Saturday, January 14th. Register ($67) at https://wordandlife.us. Curso interactivo en línea: Enfrentando el racismo: Word and Life organizará un curso virtual de diez semanas los jueves por la mañana de 10 a 11:35am a partir del sábado, 14 de enero. Regístrate ($67) en https://wordandlife.us. PFLAG Spanish Speaking Meeting: Join PFLAG Santa Barbara for its Spanish speaking meeting titled Our Coming Out Stories on Thursday, January 14th at 7pm. Participants will be able to listen to families share their stories and experiences. Pre-registration is required, interested participants should send an email to pflagsantabarbara@gmail.com. Reunión de habla hispana de PFLAG: Únete a PFLAG Santa Barbara para su reunión en español titulada Nuestras próximas historias el jueves, 14 de enero a las 7pm. Los participantes podrán escuchar a las familias compartir sus historias y experiencias. Se requiere preinscripción, los participantes interesados deben enviar un correo electrónico a pflagsantabarbara@gmail.com. Bestselling Author: Anne Lamott: UCSB Arts & Lectures welcomes writer Anne Lamott to virtually discuss her new book Almost Everything: Notes on Hope Thursday, January 14th at 5pm. $10 general admission, free for UCSB students. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y3qkvyqp. Autora más vendida: Anne Lamott: UCSB Arts & Lectures le da la bienvenida a la escritora Anne Lamott para discutir virtualmente su nuevo libro Casi todo: notas sobre la esperanza el jueves, 14 de enero a las 5pm. Entrada general $10, gratis para estudiantes de UCSB. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y3qkvyqp. Writing From Home: The SB Museum of Art will host its next virtual writing workshop with UCSB professor and author Sameer Pandya on Thursday, January 14th from 5:30 to 7pm. Free, register at https://tinyurl.com/y3de4de7. Escribiendo desde casa: El Museo de Arte SB albergará su próximo taller de escritura virtual con el profesor y autor de UCSB Sameer Pandya el jueves, 14 de enero de 5:30 a 7pm. Gratis, regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y3de4de7.

MOVIES & THEATRE Script to Screen: The Big Short: The Carsey-Wolf Center will welcome Academy Award-winning screenwriter Charles Randolph for a virtual Q&A with Pollock Theater Director Matt Ryan on Thursday, January 14th from 4 to 5pm. Randolph will be discussing The Big Short, which focuses on the 2008 financial crisis and the collapse of the United States housing bubble. Participants must register (free) prior to the event at https://tinyurl.com/ycw2797v.

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Guión a pantalla: La gran apuesta: El Centro Carsey-Wolf dará la bienvenida al guionista ganador del Premio de la Academia Charles Randolph para una sesión virtual de preguntas y respuestas con el director de Pollock Theatre Matt Ryan el jueves, 14 de enero de 4 a 5pm. Randolph discutirá La gran apuesta, que se centra en la crisis financiera de 2008 y el colapso de la burbuja inmobiliaria de Estados Unidos. Los participantes deben registrarse (gratis) antes del evento en https://tinyurl.com/ycw2797v. 11th Annual San Luis Obispo Jewish Film Festival: Enjoy a broad spectrum of movies that celebrate the diversity of the Jewish experience from the comfort of your home from January 7th through 28th. Ticket holders can watch selections multiple times during the run dates. For tickets and passes ($10-$50) visit https://slojff.com XI Festival Anual de Cine Judío de San Luis Obispo: Disfruta de un amplio espectro de películas que celebran la diversidad de la experiencia judía desde la comodidad

de tu hogar del 7 al 28 de enero. Los titulares de entradas pueden ver las selecciones varias veces durante las fechas de ejecución. Para boletos y pases ($10-$50) visita https://slojff.com Estella Scrooge: Combining the excitement of live theatre with the magic of movies, this new musical, presented by PCPA Theatre, features a cast of 24 award-winning Broadway notables and is the creation of John Caird and Paul Gordon. Streaming through January 31st. Tickets are ($29.99/$44.99) https://tinyurl.com/y9xvsgdn Estella Scrooge: Combinando la emoción del teatro en vivo con la magia de las películas, este nuevo musical, presentado por PCPA Theatre, cuenta con un elenco de 24 notables de Broadway galardonados y es creación de John Caird y Paul Gordon. Se transmitirá hasta el 31 de enero. Los boletos cuestan ($29.99/$44.99) https://tinyurl.com/y9xvsgdn

SPECIAL EVENTS Reclamation and Resistance: An Evening of Poetry with Denice Frohman: The UCSB Multicultural Center will host an online performance by poet, performer, and educator Denice Frohman on Thursday, January 14th at 5pm. A CantoMundo Fellow, Frohman has won residencies and awards from the National Association of Latino Arts & Cultures, Leeway Foundation, and more. Her work has been published in Nepantla: An Anthology for Queer Poets of Color, ESPNW, and What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump. For the performance’s Zoom link, visit https://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/node/2418. Reclamación y resistencia: una noche de poesía con Denice Frohman: El Centro Multicultural UCSB albergará una presentación en línea de la poeta, intérprete y educadora Denice Frohman el jueves, 14 de enero a las 5pm. Miembro de CantoMundo, Frohman ha ganado residencias y premios de la Asociación Nacional de Artes y Culturas Latinas, la Fundación Leeway y más. Su trabajo ha sido publicado en Nepantla: An Anthology for Queer Poets of Color, ESPNW y What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump. Para ver el vínculo Zoom de la presentación, visita https://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/node/2418.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15TH SPECIAL EVENTS Divinitree Yoga Open House: Between Friday, January 15th and Sunday, January 17th, all Divinitree classes are $5. To sign up for a class, visit www.divinitreesantabarbara.com/open-house. Casa Abierta de Divinitree Yoga: Entre el viernes, 15 de enero y el domingo, 17 de enero, todas las clases de Divinitree cuestan $5. Para inscribirte en una clase, visita www.divinitreesantabarbara.com/open-house.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16TH LECTURES & WORKSHOPS Solutions From the Past: The Humanist Society of Santa Barbara will host UCSB archeological researcher Anabel Ford for her virtual presentation titled Heroes of the Maya Forest on Saturday, January 16th at 3pm. Having been recently awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation, Ford will speak to Mayan methods of sustainably growing food and medicine. Participants can connect any time after 2:30pm to the meeting’s Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom. us/j/83395449475. Soluciones del pasado: La Sociedad Humanista de Santa Bárbara recibirá a la investigadora arqueológica de UCSB Anabel Ford para su presentación virtual titulada Héroes del Bosque Maya el sábado, 16 de enero a las 3pm. Tras haber recibido recientemente una subvención de la National Science Foundation, Ford hablará sobre los métodos mayas para cultivar alimentos y medicinas de manera sostenible. Los participantes pueden conectarse en cualquier momento después de las 2:30pm al enlace Zoom de la reunión: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83395449475. Shadow and Light: A Visitation Through Art: The C.G. Jung Study Center of Southern California will host this virtual program on Saturday, January 16th from 10 am to 1:30pm. Sign up ($60-75) here: www.jungstudycenter.org/Events. Sombra y luz: una visita a través del arte: El C.G. Jung Study Center of Southern California albergará este programa virtual el sábado, 16 de enero de 10am a 1:30pm. Regístrate ($60-$75) en: www.jungstudycenter.org/Events.

SPECIAL EVENTS Underwater Parks Day: The SB Museum of Natural History invites you to partake in their virtual Underwater Parks Day on Saturday, January 16th from 10 am to 3pm. Consisting of four free events and one paid event ($25 members, $35 non-members), this celebration offers attendees of all ages

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The Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee of Santa Barbara will host a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Virtual Program celebrating Dr. King’s birthday on Monday, January 18th from 11am to 1pm. Featured speakers are Dr. Anna Everett and Rev. Richard A. Lawrence. Join the live-stream (free) at www.mlksb.org or on the MLKCommitteeSB Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MLKCommitteeSB El Comité de Martin Luther King, Jr. de Santa Bárbara será el anfitrión de un Programa Virtual del Día de Martin Luther King, Jr. que celebrará el cumpleaños del Dr. King el lunes, 18 de enero de 11am a 1pm. Los oradores destacados incluirán a la Dra. Anna Everett y el Rev. Richard A. Lawrence. Únete a la transmisión en vivo (gratis) en www.mlksb.org o en la página de Facebook de MLKCommitteeSB: www.facebook.com/MLKCommitteeSB

the chance to learn about local marine protected areas. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y5pkqccw. Día de los parques submarinos: El Museo de Historia Natural SB te invita a participar en su Día virtual de parques submarinos el sábado, 16 de enero de 10am a 3pm. Esta celebración, que consta de cuatro eventos gratuitos y un evento de pago ($25 para miembros, $35 para no miembros), ofrece a los asistentes de todas las edades la oportunidad de aprender sobre las áreas marinas protegidas locales. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y5pkqccw. Nature Adventures at Home Winter Classes: Hosted by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, classes for kids ages two to 12 years will take place through March 4th via Zoom. To register ($21-$155) visit https://tinyurl.com/y63qm8j4 Museo de Historia Natural SB - Clases de Invierno de Aventuras en la naturaleza en casa para niños de dos a 12 años se llevará a cabo del 11 de enero al 4 de marzo a través de Zoom. Para registrarte ($21-$155) visita https://tinyurl.com/y63qm8j4

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SPECIAL EVENTS The Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee of Santa Barbara will host a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Virtual Program celebrating Dr. King’s birthday on Monday, January 18th from 11am to 1pm. Featured speakers are Dr. Anna Everett and Rev. Richard A. Lawrence. Join the live-stream (free) at www.mlksb.org or on the MLKCommitteeSB Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MLKCommitteeSB El Comité de Martin Luther King, Jr. de Santa Bárbara será el anfitrión de un Programa Virtual del Día de Martin Luther King, Jr. que celebrará el cumpleaños del Dr. King el lunes, 18 de enero de 11am a 1pm. Los oradores destacados incluirán a la Dra. Anna Everett y el Rev. Richard A. Lawrence. Únete a la transmisión en vivo (gratis) en www.mlksb.org o en la página de Facebook de MLKCommitteeSB: www.facebook.com/MLKCommitteeSB

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19TH LECTURES & WORKSHOPS

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Youth Mental Health First Aid online training from Be the Difference SB is available on January 19th, 23rd, 26th, and 30th. To learn more or sign up, visit https://bethedifferencesb.org.

Managing the Current Business Crisis: Assess the Status of Your Business, Where to Go from Here? SCORE of Santa Barbara County will host this webinar with speakers Greg Loosvelt and Eric Saltzman on Monday, January 18th from 5 to 6pm. Register (free) at https://tinyurl.com/y2v5rrbt.

Capacitación en línea de Primeros auxilios en salud mental para jóvenes de Be the Difference SB está disponible los días 19, 23, 26 y 30 de enero. Para obtener más información o registrarte, visita https://bethedifferencesb.org.

Manejo de la actual crisis empresarial: Evalúa el estado de tu negocio, ¿hacia dónde ir desde aquí? SCORE del condado de Santa Bárbara será el anfitrión de este seminario web con los oradores Greg Loosvelt y Eric Saltzman el lunes, 18 de enero de 5 a 6pm. Regístrate (gratis) en https://tinyurl. com/y2v5rrbt.

Adult Studio Art Workshop: Watercolor Painting: Reflections on Water: Join the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s next online workshop, taught by Senior Teaching Artist Itoko Maeno, on Tuesday, January 19th from 5 to 6pm. Supplies needed, register (free) at: https://tinyurl.com/y66lx7bh.

Due to COVID-19 precautions taking place, event cancellations are fluid at this time. Please follow up with event organizers to confirm the event is still taking place.

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Hawai’i’s Ukulele Rockstar Jake Shimabukaro will be presented by UCSB Arts & Lectures in a virtual performance and Q&A on Tuesday, January 19th at 5pm. A truly versatile musician, Shimabukaro will perform a set of music that crosses blues, jazz, bluegrass, rock, folk, and classical — all on the ukulele. $10 general admission, free for UCSB students. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y4fzlcs2. UCSB Arts & Lectures presentará a la estrella de rock del Ukulele de Hawai’i Jake Shimabukaro en una presentación virtual y una sesión de preguntas y respuestas el martes, 19 de enero a las 5pm. Un músico verdaderamente versátil, Shimabukaro interpretará un conjunto de música que cruza blues, jazz, bluegrass, rock, folk y clásica, todo en el ukelele. Entrada general $10, gratis para estudiantes de UCSB. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y4fzlcs2. Taller de arte de estudio para adultos: Pintura de acuarela: Reflexiones sobre el agua: Únete al próximo taller en línea del Museo de Arte de Santa Bárbara, impartido por el artista principal Itoko Maeno, el martes, 19 de enero de 5 a 6pm. Suministros necesarios, regístrate (gratis) en: https://tinyurl. com/y66lx7bh. ICE/Detention Center Panel: Undocumented Student Services: Tuesday, January 19th at 6pm, a panel discussion and Q&A with UCSB’s MultiCultural Center and local organizers. Free, link available at https://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/events/winter-2021. Panel de ICE / Centro de detención: Servicios para estudiantes indocumentados: martes, 19 de enero a las 6pm, un panel de discusión y preguntas y respuestas con el Centro Multicultural de UCSB y organizadores locales.

La reunión de la Comisión de Monumentos Históricos se llevará a cabo el miércoles, 20 de enero a la 1:30pm. Ve la agenda y asiste virtualmente aquí: https://tinyurl.com/y533mgtm

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Script to Screen: The Diary of a Teenage Girl a virtual Q&A with screenwriter and director Marielle Heller will be hosted by The Carsey-Wolf Center on Tuesday, January 19th from 7 to 8pm. Register (free) at: https://tinyurl.com/y249naz2.

Chaucer’s Virtual Author Talk with Marcia Meier, author and former director of the Santa Barbara Writers’ Conference, takes place Thursday, January 21st at 6pm. She will discuss her memoir FACE. Join (free) here: https://tinyurl.com/y2w7ow7s.

Guión a la pantalla: El diario de una adolescente, una sesión de preguntas y respuestas virtual con la guionista y directora Marielle Heller será presentado por The CarseyWolf Center el martes, 19 de enero de 7 a 8pm. Regístrate (gratis) en: https://tinyurl.com/y249naz2.

La charla virtual de autor de Chaucer’s con Marcia Meier, autora y ex directora de la Conferencia de Escritores de Santa Bárbara, se llevará a cabo el jueves, 21 de enero a las 6pm. Ella hablará sobre su libro de memorias FACE. Únete (gratis) aquí: https://tinyurl.com/y2w7ow7s

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Orientalism for (All) the Orientals! The UCSB MultiCultural Center invites you to hear historian of religion Marko Geslani’s virtual presentation, Studying Asian Religions in the Era of Neoliberal Multiculturalism, on Thursday, January 21st at 6pm. Join (free) here: https://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/events/winter-2021

Hawai’i’s Ukulele Rockstar Jake Shimabukaro will be presented by UCSB Arts & Lectures in a virtual performance and Q&A on Tuesday, January 19th at 5pm. A truly versatile musician, Shimabukaro will perform a set of music that crosses blues, jazz, bluegrass, rock, folk, and classical — all on the ukulele. $10 general admission, free for UCSB students. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y4fzlcs2. UCSB Arts & Lectures presentará a la estrella de rock del Ukulele de Hawai’i Jake Shimabukaro en una presentación virtual y una sesión de preguntas y respuestas el martes, 19 de enero a las 5pm. Un músico verdaderamente versátil, Shimabukaro interpretará un conjunto de música que cruza blues, jazz, bluegrass, rock, folk y clásica, todo en el ukelele. Entrada general $10, gratis para estudiantes de UCSB. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y4fzlcs2.

¡Orientalismo para (todos) los orientales! El UCSB MultiCultural Center te invita a escuchar la presentación virtual del historiador de la religión Marko Geslani, Estudiar las religiones asiáticas en la era del multiculturalismo neoliberal, el jueves, 21 de enero a las 6pm. Únete (gratis) aquí: https://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/events/winter-2021 History & Travels of the Point Conception Lighthouse Lens: a virtual presentation by Santa Barbara Maritime Museum Executive Director Greg Gorga takes place January 21st from 7 to 8:30pm. Register (free) here: https://tinyurl.com/y38bybke

LECTURES & WORKSHOPS

Historia y viajes del Lente del Faro de Point Conception: una presentación virtual del director ejecutivo del Museo Marítimo de Santa Bárbara, Greg Gorga, se llevará a cabo el 21 de enero de 7 a 8:30pm. Regístrate (gratis) aquí: https://tinyurl.com/y38bybke

Adult Literacy: New Volunteer Virtual Tutor Orientation: The Santa Barbara Public Library is hosting an orientation for those interested in becoming Volunteer Adult Literacy Tutors on Wednesday, January 20th from 3:30 to 5pm. Registration (free) is required at https://tinyurl.com/y29tsbmv

Downtown Business Spotlight: Heads in Beds by Santa Barbara Independent Senior Editor Tyler Hayden with Chris Cline (Canary Hotel), Warren Nocon (Hotel California), and Paul Bullock (The Eagle Inn) is Thursday, January 21st at 3pm on Zoom. Register (free) here: https://tinyurl.com/y45s67zx.

Alfabetización de adultos: Orientación para nuevos tutores virtuales voluntarios: La biblioteca pública de Santa Bárbara está organizando una orientación para aquellos interesados en convertirse en tutores voluntarios de alfabetización para adultos el miércoles, 20 de enero de 3:30 a 5pm. Es necesario registrarse (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/y29tsbmv

Destacado empresarial de Downtown: Cabezas en las camas por el editor senior del Santa Barbara Independent Tyler Hayden con Chris Cline (Canary Hotel), Warren Nocon (Hotel California) y Paul Bullock (The Eagle Inn) es el jueves, 21 de enero a las 3pm en Zoom. Regístrate (gratis) aquí: https://tinyurl.com/y45s67zx

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SPECIAL EVENTS Harbor Commission Meeting: will focus on the Slip Assignment Policy on Wednesday, January 20th at 3pm online. To view agenda and attend (free) go to: https://tinyurl.com/yymaqnpp Reunión de la Comisión del Puerto: se centrará en la Política de asignación de estacionamiento de barcos el miércoles, 20 de enero a las 3pm en línea. Para ver la agenda y asistir (gratis) visita: https://tinyurl.com/yymaqnpp Historic Landmarks Commission Meeting will take place on Wednesday, January 20th at 1:30pm. View the agenda and virtually attend here: https://tinyurl.com/y533mgtm

Studio 22.21: Entry Into Force Day: Organized by The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, this live-streamed event on Friday, January 22nd at 12 noon will celebrate the day the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons enters into force. RSVP (free) at: https://tinyurl.com/ y5leh6qb

THURSDAY, JANUARY 21ST

Seeing From The South: Re-Opening the Vision, Theory, and Practice of Depth Psychology From the Vantage Points of Liberation Psychology, an online course by Mary Watkins of the Pacifica Graduate Institute will begin on Thursday, January 21st at 2pm. Register ($195-$295) at: https://tinyurl.com/y63slbvw Ver desde el sur: reabrir la visión, la teoría y la práctica de la psicología profunda desde los puntos de vista de la psicología de la liberación, un curso en línea de Mary Watkins del Pacifica Graduate Institute comenzará el jueves, 21 de enero a las 2pm. Regístrate ($195-$295) en https://tinyurl.com/y63slbvw

The Carsey-Wolf Center will host Subversives: Salt of the Earth, a virtual discussion with Gabriel Meléndez, University of New Mexico professor and author of Hidden Chicano Cinema: Film Dramas in the Borderlands, on Thursday, January 21st from 4 to 5pm. Meléndez will be discussing the 1954 film Salt of the Earth, which is considered a classic of Chicano and feminist cinema. Register (free) here: https://tinyurl.com/yybupbnv El Centro Carsey-Wolf albergará Subversivos: Sal de la Tierra, una discusión virtual con Gabriel Meléndez, profesor de la Universidad de Nuevo México y autor de Cine chicano oculto: Dramas cinematográficos en las zonas fronterizas, el jueves, 21 de enero de 4 a 5pm. Meléndez hablará sobre la película Sal de la Tierra de 1954, considerada un clásico del cine chicano y feminista. Regístrate (gratis) aquí: https://tinyurl.com/yybupbnv

Estudio 22.21: Día de la entrada en vigor: Organizado por la Campaña Internacional para la Abolición de las Armas Nucleares, este evento transmitido en vivo el viernes, 22 de enero a las 12 del mediodía celebrará el día en que entra en vigor el Tratado de la ONU sobre la Prohibición de las Armas Nucleares. Reserva tu lugar (gratis) en: https://tinyurl.com/y5leh6qb

MOVIES & THEATRE The Carsey-Wolf Center will host Subversives: Salt of the Earth, a virtual discussion with Gabriel Meléndez, University of New Mexico professor and author of Hidden Chicano Cinema: Film Dramas in the Borderlands, on Thursday, January 21st from 4 to 5pm. Meléndez will be discussing the 1954 film Salt of the Earth, which is considered a classic of Chicano and feminist cinema. Register (free) here: https://tinyurl.com/yybupbnv El Centro Carsey-Wolf albergará Subversivos: Sal de la Tierra, una discusión virtual con Gabriel Meléndez, profesor de la Universidad de Nuevo México y autor de Cine chicano oculto: Dramas cinematográficos en las zonas fronterizas, el jueves, 21 de enero de 4 a 5pm. Meléndez hablará sobre la película Sal de la Tierra de 1954, considerada un clásico del cine chicano y feminista. Regístrate (gratis) aquí: https://tinyurl.com/yybupbnv

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22ND LECTURES & WORKSHOPS Land Grab U: UCSB’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Center will host Land-Grant Universities and Indigenous Peoples: its next installment of its Living Democracy series on Friday, January 22nd from 12pm to 1pm via Zoom. The presentation will be given by Tristan Ahtone, a member of the Kiowa Tribe and editor-in-chief of the Texas Observer, and Robert Lee, a University of Cambridge lecturer. ASL and Spanish interpretation provided. Register (free) at: https://tinyurl.com/y65ky9ha

SPECIAL EVENTS A Virtual Planning Commission Public Hearing, for a project at 119 E. Cota Street is Thursday, January 21st at 1pm. To attend (free) go to: https://tinyurl.com/y6zgomxe Una audiencia pública de la Comisión de Planificación Virtual, para un proyecto en 119 E. Cota Street es el jueves, 21 de enero a la 1pm. Para asistir (gratis) visita: https:// tinyurl.com/y6zgomxe Hospice of Santa Barbara’s Illuminate Speaker Series welcomes Katy Butler: an award-winning medical journalist and author for a virtual presentation on Thursday, January 21st at 6pm. Butler’s presentation is titled Ritual and Resilience: Building Meaning and Connection in a World Turned Upside Down. Free; register at www.hospiceofsb.org/hsbseries. La serie de oradores Ilumina de Hospice of Santa Barbara da la bienvenida a Katy Butler: una periodista médica galardonada y autora para una presentación virtual el jueves, 21 de enero a las 6pm. La presentación de Butler se llama Ritual y resiliencia: construyendo significado y conexión en un mundo al revés. Gratis; regístrate en www.hospiceofsb.org/hsbseries

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Land Grab U: El Centro de Humanidades Interdisciplinario de UCSB albergará Universidades y Pueblos Indígenas con concesión de tierras: la próxima entrega de su serie Democracia viva el viernes, 22 de enero de 12 a 1pm a través de Zoom. La presentación estará a cargo de Tristan Ahtone, miembro de la tribu Kiowa y editor en jefe del Texas Observer, y Robert Lee, profesor de la Universidad de Cambridge. Se proporcionará interpretación en ASL y español. Regístrate (gratis) aquí: https://tinyurl.com/y65ky9ha Art and Shutdown: Join the Santa Barbara Museum of Art for a virtual conversation with New York art critic and former Artforum editor Lauren O’Neill-Butler on Friday, January 22nd at 5pm. O’Neill-Butler will discuss her experiences writing art criticism during the 2020 pandemic lockdown. Register (free) at: https://tinyurl.com/y6mykvtn.

Drag Queen Story Hour with Miss Angel: The UCSB MultiCultural Center will host Angel D’Mon for this inclusive, virtual storytime event on Friday, January 22nd at 5pm. Children and adults welcome. Craft supplies for activities are needed. For info or to join the event online (free), visit https://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/node/2421 Hora del cuento de Drag Queen con Miss Angel: El MultiCultural Center UCSB será el anfitrión de Angel D’Mon para este evento virtual inclusivo de cuentos el viernes, 22 de enero a las 5pm. Se admiten niños y adultos. Se necesitan materiales de artesanía para las actividades. Para obtener información o unirte al evento en línea (gratis), visita https://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/node/2421

SPECIAL EVENTS

Arte y cierre: Únete al Museo de Arte de Santa Bárbara para una conversación virtual con la crítica de arte de Nueva York y ex-editora de Artforum Lauren O’Neill-Butler el viernes, 22 de enero a las 5pm. O’Neill-Butler hablará sobre sus experiencias escribiendo críticas de arte durante el cierre de la pandemia de 2020. Regístrate (gratis) en: https://tinyurl.com/y6mykvtn

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 23RD MUSIC Graduate Student Lecture Recital by Kelly Guerra from UCSB’s Department of Music will feature Doctoral Voice Candidate Kelly Guerra, mezzo-soprano, on Saturday, January 23rd from 4 to 5pm. Attend online (free) here: https://tinyurl.com/y3hehgyx

UPCOMING EVENTS: Author Sameer Pandya in Conversation with Terence Keel: a UCSB Reads 2021 Event. Join UCSB professor Sameer Pandya and UCLA professor Terence Keel as they virtually discuss Pandya’s novel Members Only on Monday, January 25th from 4 to 6pm. Register (free) at: https://tinyurl.com/y5ygbn75. El autor Sameer Pandya en conversación con Terence Keel: un evento de UCSB Reads 2021. Únete al profesor de UCSB Sameer Pandya y al profesor de UCLA Terence Keel mientras conversan virtualmente sobre la novela de Pandya Solo miembros el lunes, 25 de enero de 4 a 6pm. Regístrate (gratis) en: https://tinyurl.com/y5ygbn75

El recital de conferencias para estudiantes de posgrado de Kelly Guerra del Departamento de Música de UCSB contará con la candidata a Doctora en Voz Kelly Guerra, mezzosoprano, el sábado, 23 de enero de 4 a 5pm. Asiste en línea (gratis) en: https://tinyurl.com/y3hehgyx

CWC Virtual: Three Chords and a Lie: Join the CarseyWolf Center for a virtual discussion on the documentary Three Chords and a Lie, Tuesday, January 26th, from 4 to 5pm. The event will feature director Trent Atkinson and documentary subject Brandon Stansell. Register (free) at: https://tinyurl.com/y6a8wq4e.

Santa Barbara Celebration: Join SB Symphony for this live-streamed performance highlighting the musical talents of our community, including a piece by local composer Joel Feigin, on January 23rd at 7pm. Purchase tickets online ($65 per household) to receive a streaming link at https://tinyurl.com/yxs2dvus

CWC Virtual: Tres acordes y una mentira: Únete al Centro Carsey-Wolf para una discusión virtual sobre el documental Tres acordes y una mentira, el martes, 26 de enero, de 4 a 5pm. El evento contará con el director Trent Atkinson y el sujeto del documental Brandon Stansell. Regístrate (gratis) en: https://tinyurl.com/y6a8wq4e

Celebración de Santa Bárbara: Únete a SB Symphony para esta presentación en vivo que destaca los talentos musicales de nuestra comunidad, incluyendo una pieza del compositor local Joel Feigin, el 23 de enero a las 7pm. Compra boletos en línea ($65 por hogar) para recibir un enlace de transmisión en https://tinyurl.com/yxs2dvus

UCSB Arts & Lectures will host Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Isabel Wilkerson discussing her new book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents on Tuesday January 26th at 5pm. Register online ($10 for general admission, free for UCSB students) at: https://tinyurl.com/y2buyjen.

SPECIAL EVENTS Makers and Wares Market presented by Blissful Boutiques at Paseo Nuevo, resumes Saturday, January 23rd and Sunday, January 24th from 11am to 6pm. www.lmgvendorevents.com

UCSB Arts & Lectures presentará a la autora ganadora del premio Pulitzer Isabel Wilkerson discutiendo su nuevo libro Caste: Los orígenes de nuestro descontento el martes, 26 de enero a las 5pm. Regístrate en línea ($10 para admisión general, gratis para estudiantes de UCSB) en: https://tinyurl.com/y2buyjen

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SBNature From Home: The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History’s SBNature From Home page is organized by activities that the community can do outdoors, indoors, or online. Check back for new content. www.sbnature.org/visit/sbnature-from-home Santa Barbara Museum of Art: The Museum continues to digitally engage the public by offering instructional videos for at-home art projects; a virtual tour of their current exhibition and other works in the collection; as well as lectures, and musical performances from their Video Library. Museum galleries closed to the public until further notice. www.sbma.net The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center Online: Find virtual art classes, live concerts, music streams, art activities for all ages, and virtual galleries at: https://carpinteriaartscenter.org

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MOXI@Home - Weekly Topics to Inspire Exploration at Home: includes videos based on weekly themes that will invite you to explore a variety of different scientific phenomena or activities and guide you to exploring it further at home with easy experiments and design challenges. www.moxi.org/athome MOXI Innovation Workshop Maker Kits bring the learning, creative thinking, and fun of the museum to your home and provide resources for everyone to build skills with tools and materials inspired by MOXI’s favorite making activities. Available for Purchase for Pickup or Contactless Delivery. To purchase ($21.25-$65) visit http://www.moxi.org/makerkits Explore Ecology’s New Virtual Learning Page: It’s an online classroom showcasing virtual workshops, field trips for schools, and their latest videos. The learning opportunities are endless! https://exploreecology.org/virtual-learning

PCPA Plays On!: Though their stages may be dark this summer... PCPA Plays On! will be sharing a variety of virtual programs for all ages that are fun, educational, engaging, and theatre focused to keep you playing too! www.pcpa.org/PCPAPlaysOn/

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SBMM Maritime On The Move: Brings museum-quality experiences to sites throughout Santa Barbara County. These adventures begin outdoors and incorporate engaging activities for students to enjoy while exploring local ecosystems and biomes found in their own backyard. Programs can be customized and are now available in English and Spanish. www.sbmm.org/at-home

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SBIFF Family Film Fun – Soul: Travel with middle-school band teacher Joe Gardner from the streets of New York City to The Great Before, as he learns some answers to life’s big questions in this week’s Family Fun Film, Soul. Download the activity guide at https://tinyurl.com/y8yxt9yk. SBIFF Family Film Fun – Wolfwalkers: Explore the forest with Robyn and her new friend Medb as they overcome their differences in this week’s Family Fun Film, Wolfwalkers. Download the activity guide at https://tinyurl.com/y6x2xzax.

SBIFF Film Talk: An online series of screenings and discussions between SBIFF’s programmers and filmmakers. Each week a short film will be available for viewing online, followed by a live virtual conversation on Thursdays at 6pm. To sign up for a talk or to watch past talks visit https://sbiff.org/filmtalk/

Cabrillo High School Aquarium Virtual Tours are available for students in grades TK to 5th grade. CHS students will deliver information about each exhibit, and then answer questions at the end of the tour. For more info and to request a tour visit https://tinyurl.com/yynw9s83

Underwater Parks Day: The SB Museum of Natural History invites you to partake in their virtual Underwater Parks Day on Saturday, January 16th from 10am to 3pm. Consisting of four free events and one paid event ($25 members, $35 non-members), this celebration offers attendees of all Irresistible sensuality... ages the chance to learn about local marine protected areas. Register at Expressive presence... https://tinyurl.com/y5pkqccw.

A joyful skip – de Historia Natural SB te invita Día de los parques submarinos: El Museo Sculpture engages body, submarinos el sábado, 16 de a participar en su Día virtual de parques enero de 10am a 3pm. Esta celebración, mind, & soul. que consta de cuatro eventos gratuitos y un evento de pago ($25 para miembros, $35 para no Add an aesthetic miembros), ofrece a los asistentes de todas las edades la oportunidad wake-up to your de aprender sobre las áreas marinas protegidas locales. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y5pkqccw. environment.

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Luke Theatre’s Virtual Concert Series: Mendeleyev is a singer/songwriter born and raised in Santa Barbara who lights up the Luke stage with his fresh, folk yet funky take on music. Resonance: Artists reflect on our diverse cultures with songs, musical compositions, and spoken word selections that resonate with the times in which we live. Pianos at The Luke: Santa Barbara artists play a diverse selection of improvisational, original works, jazz, classical and more. Jackson Gillies in Concert: Singer/songwriter and now producer Jackson Gillies presents an acoustic concert Watch the free concerts at www.luketheatre.org Concerts@Home: Each Sunday at 10 am, Camerata Pacifica streams music and interviews from the ensemble’s video library. View at https://cameratapacifica.org/concerts-at-home/#. Lobero Theatre Live Streams: Support the Lobero Theatre by watching their offerings of virtual concerts including, John Kay, KT Tunstall, and Pianos on State. For tickets (Free-$15) visit www.lobero.org/series/live-streaming Nightly Met Opera Streams: The Metropolitan Opera streams begin at 7:30pm EDT and will remain available on the homepage at www. metopera.org for 20 hours. Schedule of streams www.metopera.org

OUTDOORS Dance Class in the Park: ME Sabor Dance Studio is hosting outdoor salsa and bachata dance classes at the Oak Park Stage at 500 W. Alamar Ave. on Mondays and Fridays. Participants must wear face masks, and register in advance ($12) at www.mesabordancestudio.com/classes. Spooky Tours with Santa Barbara Ghost Tours: Join Professor Julie Ann Brown as she tours you through the streets of Downtown Santa Barbara sharing the stories of local resident ghosts. Santa Barbara Ghost Tours offers a variety of tours including the Downtown Paranormal Wine and Spirits Tour; Legends, Myths, and Mayhem Tour; Dead of the Night Tour; and more. For tickets ($35 to $150 depending on the tour selected) visit Sensual... Expressive... www.sbghosttour.com

engages CasaSculpture del Herrero is open to the general public. While indoor spaces remain closed, guests will body, mind, & soul. now engage in a reimagined self-guided garden tour utilizing codes.aesthetic Book your tour by calling AddQRan 805-565-5653. Each tour isto firstyour come, first serve wake-up with a maximum of six visitors allowed per tour. Admissionenvironment. is $25 per person. For guidelines visit www.casadelherrero.com/tours Zoom & Bloom Outdoor Learning Camp: The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is offering a school-time outdoor camp to supplement virtual school for two-week sessions through December 18th for elementary school children, ages seven through 12. To register ($50) visit https://tinyurl.com/y2c27uyq

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The Gaviota Coast Conservancy: Recommends three walks that you can take on the Gaviota Coast: Coal Oil Point Reserve and Devereux Slough, Baron Ranch, and Arroyo Hondo Preserve. https://tinyurl.com/y7rn6jyt Open Days at Arroyo Hondo Preserve: Hike at the Arroyo Hondo Preserve on Mondays and Wednesdays, 12:30 to 3pm and the first and third weekends of the month, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 12:30pm and 12:30pm to 3pm. It’s free to visit and reservations are required. Pets are not allowed. Fill out the reservation form. https://tinyurl.com/yd6so7uk The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is Open daily from 10am to 5pm and to members only from 9am to 10am. No reservations are required, but visitors must wear a mask and practice social distancing. For those who can’t visit in person, visit the Garden at Home page for virtual tours, livestreams, and activities. www.sbbg.org Register for online classes/events: www.sbbg.org/classes-events SB Museum of Natural History and Sea Center Stores are open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm for in-person shopping (following health and safety guidelines). Online stores are open 24/7 with unique items for all ages and daily contact-free curbside pickup or shipping. www.sbnature.org Lotusland is safe, spacious, and socially-distant by its very nature. Reservations will have staggered arrival times and all visitors will be limited to no more than two-hours in the Garden. Face masks required. To reserve a SelfGuided Tour call 805.969.9990. www.lotusland.org

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Webinars for Your Business to Navigate COVID-19: Webinars on a variety of topics to help the business community survive and navigate the COVID-19 public health crisis. Visit the following websites to see what they have to offer: Economic Development Collaborative (EDC) www.EDCollaborative.com; Womens Economic Ventures (WEV) www.WEVOnline.org; Traffic Solutions www.trafficsolutions.org; SCORE Santa Barbara https://tinyurl.com/yxh2qz5c; and The Chamber of the Santa Barbara Region www.SBChamber.org

Free Online ServSafe Food Handlers Courses and Certifications: ServSafe Food Handler® California Online Course and Assessment is a comprehensive solution that delivers consistent food safety training to employees. The online course is offered in English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese. Register at: https://tinyurl.com/y37tcjzx

Friendship Center’s Community Connect Adult Program: Services are offered through an online membership starting at $200 per month, with options for low income individuals: www.friendshipcentersb.org/services/ccap/ AHA! Programs: Trained facilitators support a wide range of groups with social-emotional learning. Preregistration is required. For more info visit https://ahasb.org/programs/

Carpinteria Birdwatchers Virtual Meetings: Carpinteria Birdwatchers have evening birdwatching classes and morning birdwatching outings, all free and open to all ages and ability levels. Meetings are weekly and online via Zoom until further notice Thursdays, from 4 to 5:15pm. Each week will focus on a different topic. Join the current meeting by visiting https://tinyurl.com/y9rheypj

Mahakankala Buddhist Center Online Classes: Center classes have been moved online. The center offers evening classes on Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 6:30 to 7:30pm and a Sunday morning class from 10:30 to 11:45am. Suggested donation per class is $10. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y9ea3wpj

Rancho La Patera & Stow House: Take a a tour of the newly-opened Ranch Yard, drop off a donation, support the Museum Store, or enjoy the beautiful grounds of Rancho La Patera on the weekends, from 11am to 2pm. www.goletahistory.org

SBPL Works! offers Help for Job Seekers: Looking for a job or to improve your career skills? The SB Public Library’s professional staff in their workforce development program SBPL Works! are ready to help you with one-to-one consultations in English or Spanish remotely. Free and open to all and by appointment. Complete the survey at: https://tinyurl.com/y9jmn8fx

RESOURCES & WORKSHOPS SB Public Library Virtual Programming: From toddlers to adults, the SB Public Library offers a variety of virtual programs including story time, book clubs, conversation groups, and more. For a complete schedule visit https://tinyurl.com/ybolucly Nature At Your Fingertips: From art projects, to stories, to natural recipes, Wilderness Youth Project is providing resources that deeply engage children and adults with the natural world. Access the Free Nature Resource Portal at https://wyp.org/resource-portal/ and check back every week to see what fun new offerings are added. Cottage Health’s Free Online Resources for Families: Offering fun and educational resources to help families cope and spend productive time together. The page has everything from free coloring book pages to online Broadway plays to NASA tours. Choose a new activity every day at https://tinyurl.com/yc6t9uxa To view more online COVID-19 resources

Fighting Hate From Home Webinars: At a time when we can all feel isolated, we need to pull together more than ever to stand up against antisemitism and extremism. The Anti-Defamation League is offering a series of webinars, Fighting Hate from Home, to help unite and inform the community. Sign up for ADL’s email list to receive notifications about the next webinar. www.adl.org/webinars Watch archived webinars at https://tinyurl.com/yc6ynu6z Library & Community Resources for Mental Wellness: Find links to community and national resources about mental health at https://tinyurl.com/yalfwj9m The Library also has books and resources for you to help you cope. Browse the Mental Health Awareness Month collection on Overdrive https://tinyurl.com/yamjtph6

Surf Happens’ How To Surf - Pro Series will offer free online tutorial videos showcasing pro tips from the basic to elite levels from Conner Coffin, Lakey Peterson, Parker Coffin, Eithan Osborne, and Mickey Clarke. Videos will be released weekly on www.surfhappens.com “Navigating the Pandemic Pandemonium” Business Strategy Call: Schedule a business strategy call with Downtown Santa Barbara’s Executive Director, Robin Elander. The team at Downtown Santa Barbara will help you navigate your business through these challenging times. Email Administrative Assistant amy@downtownsb.org to schedule a strategy call.

SHOP LOCAL State Street Promenade Market: Located on the 900 & 1000 blocks of State Street between the blocks of Carrillo Street and Figueroa Street, the Promenade Market will continue throughout the year, every Thursday from 3 to 7:30pm. The market will highlight downtown businesses and local artisans • https://tinyurl.com/yx9v4pmd SB Maritime Museum Gift Shop: From antique nautical reproductions to books, clothes, toys, gifts and home décor, the Museum Store has something for everyone. Open Thursday through Sunday, 12 noon to 5pm, and the 4th floor Outdoors Visitor Center is open Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 5pm • 113 Harbor Way, Ste 190 • https://sbmm.org/museum-store SB Museum of Art Store: Discover carefully curated selections of unique, creative, and artistic gifts. Open Tuesday through Sunday, 10am to 5pm. Closed on Mondays and Holidays. Online shopping also available • 1130 State St • www.sbmastore.net SB Museum of Natural History and Sea Center Stores: Open seven days a week from 10am to 5pm for in-person shopping (following health and safety guidelines). Online stores are open 24/7 with unique items for all ages and daily contact-free curbside pickup or shipping • Museum: 2559 Puesta del Sol • Sea Center: 211 Stearns Wharf • www.sbnature.org

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Super High Tides

Remembering the Montecito Debris Flow After Three Years REMEMBERING THE MONTECITO DEBRIS FLOW - a special ceremony with candles followed by a light display that could be seen for miles, took place Saturday night. 23 died in the weather disaster in 2018. https://keyt.com/news/santa-barbara-s-county/2021/01/09/ live-raising-our-light-evening-of-remembrance-held-for-montecitomudslide-victims/?fbclid=IwAR3d_yIDmjrZhM3n_4fGYEJ_ YVtGqzXeq0Uc27TX3Te1aHB5nviqg7Py7aQ

The week started with the first SUPER HIGH TIDE PERIOD of the year and some dramatic moments along the Santa Barbara County coast. High tides and SLAMMING SURF put on a big Monday morning show along the Santa Barbara Coast. Thankfully we aren’t in the middle of a January storm! BEATING THE HIGH TIDE - Heal the Ocean, Big Green, and Santa Barbara Sheriff’s dept. teamed up to clean abandoned homeless beach camps at the west end of Montecito before the waves washed them all into the ocean.

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MONDAY CRASH on San Marcos Pass - Vehicle hits a boulder as large as an SUV. Hwy 154 at West Camino Cielo. CHP, Santa Barbara Co. Sheriff, Santa Barbara Co. Fire, and Cal Trans on it. One lane blocked. Expect delays. Two people were out of the vehicle. No serious injuries.

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WHEELS IN MOTION - the BCycle Electric rental bike program will be rolling out in Santa Barbara by the end of the month. https://keyt.com/news/money-and-business/2021/01/11/electricbike-rental-program-will-roll-out-later-this-month-in-santa-barb ara/?fbclid=IwAR09JYRYwTrmYdH6_7TpWyHbPustCq9SCyLRMaf2jZzPXtkYQoXU9RL4VI

D’ANGELO BAKERY in Santa Barbara has joined a list of California businesses pushing back on COVID-19 dining restrictions.

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N A PLEASANT DRIVE LAST SUNDAY TAIL WINDS BLEW ME in the direction of the Andrée Clark Bird Refuge, a peaceful spot huddled between East Beach and the Montecito foothills. A lone biker sat comfortably enjoying the view of ducks congregating on the water and a bevy of seagulls perched on the sand looking for a snack. You might wonder why I chose the Bird Refuge to begin this week’s column and what this restful spot has to do with Santa Barbara’s busy harbor? As it turns out, a whole lot! Community interest in a harbor in Santa Barbara began as far back as the mid-1800’s, just after the Spanish American War. At the time, Santa Barbara was a town of just over 2,300 and accessible only by water or an arduous journey by land. During the 1870’s, though, tourists from the East Coast seeking the mild climate and local hot springs arrived in numbers. Stearns Wharf was completed in 1872 creating better access for commercial trade and boating. With the resulting growth, the city fathers approached Washington for federal funding to develop a harbor and a group of U.S. Army engineers followed to survey the area. They nixed the idea – not once but multiple times – wars and earthquakes notwithstanding. This is where the Bird Refuge, at the time locally known as ‘the salt pond’ – a secluded inland estero with access to the sea – comes into play as the site the city fathers had hoped would be the location of their harbor. This plan was ideal since it would be in keeping with the natural flow of ocean currents and in a protected location. Also in limbo was another suggested harbor location: an off-shore breakwater to the west of Stearns Wharf to protect west facing beaches from the stormy seas. The problem was that the creation of a breakwater to the west would disrupt the flow of ocean currents up and down the coast and initiate an enormous sand build-up. But of course at this point, the entire project stayed on the drafting table …. for almost 60 years!

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Harbor VOICE To the rescue in 1925 came Summerland resident Max C. Fleischmann, millionaire heir to the yeast fortune, and the owner of a 218 foot mega-yacht. And by a strange coincidence his floating home away from home, the Haida, had no place to dock! Fleischmann made the city council an offer they couldn’t refuse; $200,000 as a matching fund for the construction of a harbor. At that point, the location of the harbor was of little importance as long as it appeared... somewhere! Ecological considerations were scrapped, as was the Bird Refuge location, and construction began on a 1,200 foot detached jetty west of Stearns Wharf. Soon Fleischmann determined it wasn’t long enough for his yacht and after two more dips into his pocketbook for a total cost of $775,000, the 2,435 foot breakwater that now surrounds the present day harbor was finally completed. And, the Haida was moored! Decisions made in the 1900’s still resonate today. The sand build up forced by the breakwater created what is now Leadbetter Beach, the area upon which the Yacht Club and a good portion of Santa Barbara City College now stand. The interception by the breakwater also caused beach erosion, as the natural flow of currents have been interrupted up and down the coast. The dredging equipment permanently housed at the sand spit in the harbor serves to keep the harbor entrance free of sand – most of the time. Today Santa Barbara’s beautiful harbor, envisioned so long ago, is indeed the jewel in the City’s crown. But it didn’t come without a price. Tipping my hat to the adage that ‘Truth is Stranger than Fiction,’ the thread that links the present Bird Refuge to the harbor still exists. And, as they say, that’s m’story and I’m stickin’ to it! Sigrid Toye volunteers for the Breakwater Flag Project. She is on the board of directors of the Maritime Museum and participates in Yacht Club activities. An educational/behavior therapist, Sigrid holds a Ph.D in clinical psychology. She loves all things creative, including her two grown children who are working artists. Send Harbor tips to: Itssigrid@gmail.com

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Economic VOICE Finding the Path to Greater Equality By Harlan Green / Special to VOICE

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CONOMIC THEORY IS FINALLY CATCHING UP to political theory in showing policymakers how to right the record income inequality—worst in the developed world—that has plagued working Americans since the 1970s. It is about time, when we have just witnessed one of the consequences of that inequality—the storming of the U.S. Capital by extreme-right terrorists bent on overthrowing our duly-elected government that was in the midst of verifying the electoral victory of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Economists are modernizing New Deal Keynesian economics that brought us out of the Great Depression and World War II, the economics that says government must be part of the solution to today’s problems, including the protection of workers’ rights, the environment, and keeping America strong and prosperous for all Americans, not just the one percent. For instance, a recent MIT research project confirmed that four decades ago, for most U.S. workers, “the trajectory of productivity growth diverged from the trajectory of wage growth. This decoupling had baleful economic and social consequences: low-paid, insecure jobs held by non-college workers; low participation rates in the labor force; weak upward mobility across generations; and festering earnings and employment disparities among races that have not substantially improved in decades.” Much of that divergence was caused by trickle-down economics, a political theory from the Reagan era that rationalized making the wealthy wealthier with the teaser that some of that wealth might trickle down to the 80 percent, which are wage and salary earners that power most economic activity.

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While new technologies have contributed to these poor results that promote labor-saving AI and robotics, researchers are now saying these outcomes were not an inevitable consequence of technological change, nor of globalization, nor of market forces. Similar pressures from digitalization and globalization affected most industrialized countries, and yet their labor markets fared better. It was, “the decay of unions and collective bargaining, the explicit hardening of business (by the Business Roundtable formed in the 1970s), the popularity of right-to-work laws (mainly in conservative red states), and the fact that the wage lag seems to have begun at about the same time as the Reagan presidency all pointing in the same direction: the share of wages in national value added may have fallen because social bargaining power of labor has diminished,” said the MIT study. And therein lies the solution that only government policymakers and legislators can enact by expanding government healthcare, raising the minimum wage, more progressive taxation, making college education more affordable, and expanding workers’ collective bargaining rights that red state right-to-worker laws have drastically curtailed. This list of economic can-dos has been obvious to any professional economist that has not been defending the one percent’s right to most of the wealth created by working Americans. Free market ideologies have held sway for the past 40 years—not based on empirical research—that advocated unfettered economic growth by any means, and enshrined maximized profits as the greatest good, while ignoring business ethics and a morality that promotes caring for our brothers and sisters. The economic disparities are growing due to the pandemic, as I reported earlier. In April, nearly 12 million low-wage workers were laid off, while some six million workers who were earning between $18 to $29 an hour were laid off. By November, all but 400,000 of those workers earning $18 to $29 an hour had returned to work, Raj Chetty, a Harvard economics professor, has said. Meanwhile, some six million workers who earned less than $13 an hour have yet to return to work. Now the coronavirus pandemic has reinforced the need for an economic science that recognizes we are all in this together. As many have said before now, we are poorer if we ignore the plight of the poorest. Harlan Green © 2020 Follow Harlan Green on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HarlanGreen Harlan Green has been the 16-year Editor-Publisher of PopularEconomics.com, a weekly syndicated financial wire service. He writes a Popular Economics Weekly Blog. He is an economic forecaster and teacher of real estate finance with 30-years experience as a banker and mortgage broker. To reach Harlan call (805)452-7696 or email editor@populareconomics.com.

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ROPOSITION 19 WAS APPROVED in November of 2020. Its goal is to give seniors, people with disabilities, and victims of disaster the ability to take their current property tax assessments with them when they move within California. Previously, only 11 of the state’s 58 counties had opted in to the property tax portability laws that allowed an owner to sell their property in one county and move to another and take their tax assessment with them as long as the replacement property didn’t exceed the value of the relinquished property. This was helpful for seniors looking to downsize or move closer to family without seeing a huge increase to their property tax bill. It also allowed a property to come to market that might not have otherwise. The intent of Proposition 19 was to expand this to all 58 counties in the state. It also expanded the opportunities from just seniors to those with disabilities and those impacted by fires and other Brian Johnson, disasters. These were all positive outcomes for SBAOR President portions of our society that could be most at risk from new property tax assessments when they move. In order to pay for this measure there were changes to the inheritance laws for real estate. One big change was the closure of the “Lebowski Loophole.” This is in reference to the inheritance rules in California that allowed parents or grandparents to pass on a property to their children or grandchildren after their death and the property would not be reassessed for tax purposes. A 2018 Los Angeles Times article reported on how Jeff Bridges, the actor famous for The Big Lebowski and his siblings were benefiting from this by paying only $5,700 per year in property taxes on an ocean side home in Malibu that his parents bought in the 1950s while renting it out for $15,000 per month. Mr. Bridges did nothing different from thousands of other Californians who utilized the same law in the same way to benefit their children or grandchildren but because of the circumstances his situation became fodder for the Legislature to look to overturn these rules. After the failure of Prop 5, a similar effort to allow for property tax portability in 2019, the authors realized that the state was going to go after these loopholes and if they could work with state legislators and other groups they could try and salvage as much of the inheritance protections they could while giving seniors and others the much needed tax portability that would benefit them and increase the supply of housing for all Californians. Thus, the compromise of Prop 19 was born. The inheritance rules were changed so that a primary residence could be passed down, but it would have to remain the primary residence of a child or grandchild and there would be no reassessment on the first $1 million of current assessed value. So if a parent bought the house for $500,000 and it was now worth $1.5 million, the house would not be reassessed. The exemptions for rental or investment properties were removed altogether so those would now be reassessed upon the transfer. Additionally, the proceeds from Proposition 19 are set to go into a fund that is to support fighting fires around the state. Now the question becomes, “What can I do to protect my real estate investments for my children or grandchildren?” There are avenues out there that should be investigated. They include making gifts now to your children or setting up the properties into entities that would allow for them to transfer upon the death of a parent to a child without more than a 50 percent change in ownership. These options and others should be considered in consultation with your attorney, CPA, and real estate professional. Everyone’s situation will be different and there’s no one cookie cutter solution. There will be tax implications not just for property taxes but for income taxes and capital gains. However, by working with your trusted advisors you can protect your family and investments for generations to come.

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Fluoride to the Rescue? InMichelleO’Malley’slab,asimpleapproachsuggestsabigleapforwardinaddressingthechallenge ofantibiotic-resistantbacteria

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Yoo explained that the role of the fluoride transporters had only recently been elucidated, in 2013, when this project began. Emerging approaches to implementing biocontainment have focused on using biological parts that are foreign to the organism of interest, shifting focus toward what Yoo described as “brilliant, yet complex, systems,” while perhaps diverting attention from this simpler approach. ey

CIENTISTS HAVE LONG BEEN AWARE OF THE DANGEROUS OVERUSE OF ANTIBIOTICS and the increasing number of antibioticresistant microbes that have resulted. While over-prescription of antibiotics for medicinal use has unsettling implications for human health, so too does the increasing presence of antibiotics in the natural environment. The latter may stem from the improper disposal of medicines, but also from the biotechnology field, which has depended on antibiotics as a selection device in the lab. “In biotech, we have for a long time relied on antibiotic and chemical selections to kill cells that we don’t want to grow,” said UC Santa Barbara chemical engineer Michelle O’Malley. “If we have a genetically engineered cell and want to get only that cell to grow among a population of cells, we give it an antibiotic resistance gene. The introduction of an antibiotic will kill all the cells that are not genetically engineered and allow only the ones we want — the genetically modified organisms [GMOs] — to survive. However, many organisms have evolved the means to get around our antibiotics, and they are a growing problem in both the biotech world and in the natural environment. The issue of antibiotic resistance is a grand challenge of our time, one that is only growing in its importance.” Further, GMOs come with a containment issue. “If that GMO were to get out of the lab and successfully replicate in the environment, you could not predict what traits it would introduce into the natural biological world,” O’Malley explained. “With the advent of synthetic biology, there is increasingly a risk that things we’re engineering in Michelle O’Malley the lab could escape and proliferate into ecosystems where they don’t belong.” Now, research conducted in O’Malley’s lab and published in the journal Nature Communications describes a simple method to address both the overuse of antibiotics, as well as containment of GMOs. It calls for replacing antibiotics in the lab with fluoride. O’Malley described fluoride as “a pretty benign chemical that is abundant in the world, including in groundwater.” But, she notes, it is also toxic to microorganisms, which have evolved a gene that encodes a fluoride exporter that protects cells by removing fluoride encountered in the natural environment. The paper describes a process developed by Justin Yoo, a former graduate student researcher in O’Malley’s lab. It uses a common technique called homologous recombination to render non-functional the gene in a GMO that encodes a fluoride exporter, so the cell can no longer produce it. Such a cell would still thrive in the lab, where fluoride-free distilled water is normally used, but if it escaped into the natural environment, it would die as soon as it encountered fluoride, thus preventing propagation. Prior to this research, Yoo was collaborating with the paper’s co-author Susanna Seppala, a project scientist in O’Malley’s lab, in an effort to use yeast to characterize fluoride transport proteins that Seppala had identified in anaerobic fungi. A first step in this project was for Yoo to remove native yeast fluoride transporters. Shortly after generating the knockout yeast strain, Yoo attended a synthetic biology conference where he heard a talk on a novel biocontainment mechanism intended to prevent genetically modified E. coli bacteria from escaping lab environments. At that talk, he recalled, “I realized that the knockout yeast strain I had generated could potentially act as an effective biocontainment platform for yeast.” “Essentially, what Justin did was to create a series of DNA instructions you can give to cells that will enable them to survive when fluoride is around,” O’Malley said. “Normally, if I wanted to select for a genetically engineered cell in the lab, I’d make a plasmid [a genetic structure in a cell, typically a small circular DNA strand, that can replicate independently of the chromosomes] that had an antibiotic resistance marker so that it would survive if an antibiotic was around. Justin is replacing that with the gene for these fluoride exporters.” The method, which O’Malley characterized as “low-hanging fruit — Justin did all of these studies in about a month,” also addresses a simple economic limitation to antibiotic-driven cell selection in biotechnology labs. Aside from fueling the rise of resistant strains of bacteria, she continued, “from a biotech standpoint, the process of creating antibiotic-resistant organisms is also pretty darn expensive. If you were going to run a ten-thousand-liter fermentation, and it may cost you thousands of dollars per fermentation to add some antibiotics, that’s a crazy amount of money.” Notably, using fluoride at a low concentration would cost only about four cents per liter. Clearly, said Seppala, “we’d much rather use a chemical like fluoride that’s relatively benign, abundant, and cheap, and can be used to do the same thing that is achieved using a conventional antibiotic.”

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Celebrating Santa Barbara Artists & Art Destinations GALLERIES • STUDIOS • MUSEUMS • PUBLIC PLACES 10 WEST GALLERY: Holiday Show ~ Jan 17 • 10 W Anapamu • Fri-Sun 11-5 • www.10westgallery.com • 805-770-7711 ARCHITECTURAL FOUNDATION GALLERY: 229 E Victoria • 805-9656307 • www.afsb.org ART, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM, UCSB: On-line: Outside In: The Architecture of Smith and Williams; Carefree California; and more • 805-893-2951 • www.museum.ucsb.edu/exhibitions/

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JARDIN DE LAS GRANADAS: re[visit] 1925 by Cochran & Smith • 21 E Anapamu JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER SB • 805-957-1115 KARPELES MUSEUM & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY: 21 W Anapamu • 805-962-5322. KATHRYNE DESIGNS: 1225 Coast Village Rd, Suite A • 805-565-4700 LA CUMBRE CENTER FOR CREATIVE ARTS: La Cumbre Plaza • Wed-Sun 1-6 • lacumbrecenterforcreativearts@gmail.com

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MARCIA BURTT STUDIO: Holiday Exhibition ~ Jan 31 • 517 Laguna St • Th-Su 1-5pm • 805-962-5588 • www.artlacuna.com

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Art Events Acrylic Painting - Beach Sunset The Carpinteria Arts Center will host this virtual workshop, taught by Tammy Gilkey, on Saturday, January 23rd from 10am to 12pm. Register (free or $20 if you order a supply package) at: https://tinyurl.com/y4vr3tfn.

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Beginning Watercolor Class Taught by Cathy Quiel through the Carpinteria Arts Center, this virtual class will take place via Zoom on Saturday, January 16th from 3 to 5pm. The class is free, however, suggested donations of $25 are welcome. Register here: https://tinyurl.com/y2pcltxb.

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Celebrating Santa Barbara Artists & Art Destinations GALLERIES • STUDIOS • MUSEUMS • PUBLIC PLACES

SANTA BARBARA FINE ART: Fall in Santa Barbara • 1321 State St • Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 12-6pm; Sat 116pm; Sun 12-5pm • 805-845-4270 • www.santabarbarafineart.com SANTA BARBARA TENNIS CLUB: Abstract Nine ~ Mar 5 • 10-2 daily • 2375 Foothill Rd • 805-682-4722 SB BOTANIC GARDEN: members 9-10/ public 10-5 daily • 805-6824726 • www.sbbg.org

SB HISTORICAL MUSEUM: • 136 E De la Guerra • Thur noon-5, Fri noon-7; Sat 12-5 • 805-966-1601

Meanwhile...Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Art • www.sbma.net • 805-963-4364

SLINGSHOT: AN ALPHA ART FORUM: www.slingshotart.org • 805-770-3878.

SB MARITIME MUSEUM: Online Exhibits: Dwight Brooks Model Boat Collection; Arthur Beaumont: Art of the Sea Exhibit • View lectures & art online www.SBMM.org • 805-962-8404

SB MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: Outside exhibitions: Beneath a Wild Sky ~ Jan 3 • Wed - Sun 10-5 • www.sbnature.org • 805-682-4711

SOLVANG ANTIQUES FINE ART GALLERY: Contemporary & Vintage Art • 1693 Copenhagen Dr • 805-686-2322 • www.solvangantiques.com

SB MUSEUM OF ART: Online: SmallFormat American Paintings from the Permanent Collection • In the

SANTA BARBARA VISUAL ARTISTS: Spring Virtual Exhiibtion ~ Spring • www.sbvisualartists.com/spring-virtual-gallery.html SILO 118: www.silo118.com

SULLIVAN GOSS: AN AMERICAN GALLERY: Peace & Quiet ~ Mar 1; 100 Grand ~ Feb 1 • 11 E Anapamu St • 805-730-1460 • www.sullivangoss.com

WILDLING MUSEUM: Online: Starry Nights: Visions of the Night Sky ~ Jan 31; 20/20: A Retrospective: Celebrating 20 Years of the Wildling Museum ~ Feb 14; A Mighty Oak: Mural by John Iwerks • 1511 B Mission Drive, Solvang • www.wildlingmuseum.org ZFOLIO GALLERY, SOLVANG: Pas de Deux ~ Feb 28 • 1685 Copenhagen Dr • 10:30-5:30 daily • 805-693-8480 • www.zfolio.com

SYV HISTORICAL MUSEUM & CARRIAGE HOUSE: www.santaynezmuseum.org • 805-688-7889 UCSB LIBRARY: www.library.ucsb.edu VILLAGE FRAME & GALLERY: 1485 E Valley Rd #1 • 805-969-0524 WATERHOUSE GALLERY: Nationally recognized artists • La Arcada Ct, 1114 State St, #9 • 11-5pm Mon-Sat, 12-4pm Sun • www.waterhousegallery.com • 805-962-8885

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Kerry Methner sculpture

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Marcia Burtt Gallery 517 Laguna St., Santa Barbara 805 962-5588 www.artlacuna.com

WESTMONT RIDLEY-TREE MUSEUM OF ART: On-Line: Making A Fine Impression; Adjacent: Westmont Graduate Exhibition 2020; Matter + Spirit: A Chinese/ American Exhibition; Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper ~ Online • 805-565-6162 • www.westmont.edu/museum

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ANTA BARBARA VISUAL ARTISTS WERE EAGER TO SPRING INTO THE NEW YEAR and have launched a virtual Spring art exhibition to demonstrate it. One of the first local arts groups to adapt to restricted inperson viewing venues due to the pandemic, SBVA also put together a “Meet the Artists” event to go along with the exhibition that took place on Thursday, January 14th called “Spring Forward Into 2021.” (Zoom, 4pm PST Contact JanBakerArtist@gmail.com for Zoom info). The event will be posted on SBVA’s website and available for visitors to learn about the creators of the work they find on the site. The Meet the Artist event also included music by Pat Hamilton, a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Vail, Colorado and her performance will also be part of the interview stream. Besides performing original songs, Hamilton covers folk, country, light jazz and rock, ranging from Lucinda Williams to Norah Jones to the Grateful Dead to Johnny Cash. SBVA Spring Virtual Exhibition Artists include: Jan Baker, Carol North Dixon, Elizabeth U Flanagan, Mary Freericks, Karen Frishman, Carissa Luminess, Rebecca Marder, Hepzibah Michaels, Dee Faia Parkins, Robert Voorhees,Jr, Debbie Watts, and Felice Willat. SBVA is an active arts group. Their non-pandemic schedule, in addition to “creating personal and original works of art,” includes three Social Mixer/Meetings per year and participating in three Displays/Receptions per year in venues such as: SBVA Gallery @ 1019 State Street Pop Up, Santa Barbara Tennis Club, Faulkner Gallery, and more. They also plan museum and gallery tours, master workshops, and members paint together. “We also encourage artists to participate in other worthwhile greater Santa Barbara area associations with a long history of encouraging and supporting local artists,” Jan Baker, their president noted, adding, “It is our intention to promote art and artists as well as to help support other social and charitable endeavors in the www.sbvisualartists.com Santa Barbara Community.”

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