VOICE Magazine: October 23, 2020

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Community News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 7, *15, 17, 19 *The Ticket: A SB Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10, 24 Sigrid Toye: Harbor Voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

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Special Olympics During the Time of COVID-19


Meet Jessica Simon!


N ATHLETE AND GLOBAL MESSENGER FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS, Jessica Simon has been involved with Special Olympics for 35 years. She first started participating with Special Olympics through our school programs at the age of five and transitioned into the traditional sports programs. Jessica has participated in ten of the twelve sports that are offered by Special Olympics. Jessica shared her favorite sport, if she had to pick one, is swimming. When asked how the current COVID-19 pandemic has impacted her life, Jessica related, “I have been staying with my family a few days out of the week and a few days in my apartment, it has impacted my being independent.” She added, “I really miss not being able to get together with my friends at Special Olympics and not being able to interact in competitions.” In September, Jessica got engaged to her fiancé David Samson, who is also a Special Olympics athlete. They are planning on getting married in 2024. Both Jessica and David also participate in Alpha Resource Center programs. What she misses most, is not being able to see David on a regular basis due to COVID-19. Jessica is keeping herself active by swimming at the Santa Barbara Tennis Club on a weekly basis. Her goal is to be picked for Special Olympics World Games in swimming. Besides swimming, she is keeping connected with her fellow athletes through weekly Zoom meetings and Zoom fun activities with her fellow Special Olympic Athletes and staff. Some of the activities that they are participating in include trivia nights, bingo, scavenger hunts, baking activities, and more! Jessica has been a really outgoing Special Olympic Athlete; she has been a Global Messenger for Special Olympics for the past five years, in which she has participated in various speaking engagements for Special Olympics and has done a fantastic job in opening many competitions by singing the National Anthem. In 2016, Jessica was selected to be one of the representatives for Special Olympics Southern California to participate in a Special Olympics Play Unified sports events in Shanghai, China. When asked what she plans on doing when we can come back together, she stated, “I am working on improving my swimming skills, so that I can be ready for World Games. My goal is to be selected for Special Olympics World Games in 2022.”

Giving Opportunities Become a Supporter: Special Olympics provides year-round programs at no cost to the athletes and their families, thanks to the support of individuals, foundations, corporations, and community groups. For every dollar raised, 86¢ goes directly to our programs. Supporters can cheer on our athletes at local competitions and watch their contribution make an immediate impact.

HE JOY, FRIENDSHIP, AND TRIUMPH of Special Olympics athletes has been part of culture on the central coast for decades now. A dedicated team of staff and volunteers administer a program providing year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympictype sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community. With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic impacting everyday life, the Special Olympics team faced a variety of new challenges. But, with a passion for serving their athletes, the entire program pivoted and adapted to the new and unprecedented circumstances, making modifications in order to ensure the safety of athletes, staff, and community...while looking forward to the time they can come together again for in person sports training and competitions. “Special Olympics Santa Barbara staff along with dedicated coaches and volunteers have set-up a continual and ongoing system for keeping athletes engaged,” explained Gina Carbajal, SOSC SB Region Development Director. “They provide weekly email communications with updates, regular check-ins through phone calls, hand-written cards and notes, Zoom meetings every other week with Sports Managers and Coaches, and Zoom meetings every other week with their Development Manager and interns to participate in cooking activities, games, and other social activities.” A key goal of the newly adapted programming has been to keep athletes engaged in physical activity. The Healthy Lifestyle Challenge – a platform where SOSC athletes work on their fitness, nutrition, and hydration was drawn up for the interim, while practices and events are canceled. The goal of the Challenge is to encourage athletes to continue with their health journey. Challenges are facilitated through recorded videos that are posted to YouTube & the HLC page at www.sosc.org/hlc.

The Challenge! • Fitness: Fitness challenges consist of workouts of all levels and styles. Fitness challenges range from 20 to 30 minutes. • Hydration & nutrition: Hydration & Nutrition challenges provide information to complete the goal. These goals are designed to help set healthy patterns in everyday life. • Mindfulness: Mindfulness challenges focus on self-awareness and self-help. Mindfulness challenges provide information on how to practice these skills on your own every day. • Sport Specific: Sport Specific challenges consist of sport specific drills, exercises, and tips for every sport. These videos are specifically created by SOSC coaches. • Create your own: Create your own is a way to earn points by

• Individual Donations: Make a gift of any amount to support an athlete. • Planned Giving: Include Special Olympics Santa Barbara as part of your estate planning. • Host a Mixer: Host a mixer at your home or business and invite friends and colleagues to learn about Special Olympics.

logging your own daily movements. Examples of create your own are attending an online yoga class, going for a walk, doing your own workout. Anything that gets you up and moving can earn you points in this category! • Zoom Workouts: Zoom workouts are live fitness challenges facilitated by SOSC staff. These workouts are two days per week and are open to anyone who wants to attend. Links to the workouts can be found at www.sosc.org/hlc and take place Tuesdays at 4pm & Thursdays at 11am. Research on past pandemics provides data that individuals with intellectual disabilities experience intensified feelings of loneliness in response to physical distancing measures. Social isolation and loneliness have been associated with increases in heart disease, dementia, and other health problems according to the National Academics of Science, Engineering and Medicine. All of the above programming works to address this dynamic while also addressing physical well-being. A variety of programs continue work for this vision to be actualized. “Through the power of sports, athletes become more independent, build self-esteem, and live healthier lives,” Carbajal added. “They inspire people to open their hearts and create more accepting and inclusive communities.” • The Community Program: year-round training and competitions in 13 sports for athletes ages eight and up. • Schools Programs: Encourages inclusion, participation, and leadership in students through training and competitions through local community schools. • Healthy Athletes: Provides free health screenings in a fun, welcoming environment. • Unified Sports: Promotes inclusion between individuals with & without intellectual disabilities.

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• Healthy Lifestyle Challenge: is a platform where SOSC athletes work on their fitness, nutrition, and hydration while practices and events are canceled.

The vision of all the programs, while implementation modifications have been necessary, remains the same – to promote acceptance, inclusion, and well-being for people with intellectual disabilities through sports.

Become a Volunteer... Special Olympics would not exist without the energy, enthusiasm and generosity of its volunteers. The time commitment varies from a few hours per year at specific events to working several hours a week year-round. Our volunteers support every facet of our mission, ranging from, but not limited to hands on sports training as coaches, organization wide day to day operations, day of competitions, and fundraising events. • Sponsor: Become a sponsor of an athletic competition or a fundraising event. There are various levels of sponsorship and opportunities throughout the year. • In-Kind Sponsor: Donate much needed sports equipment, bottled water, and event supplies. • AmazonSmile: Choose Special Olympics Southern California as your charity when you shop on Amazon, and Amazon will donate a percentage of your overall purchases to Special Olympics.

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In the SBPD Training Toolbox: Force Option Simulator HE SANTA BARBARA POLICE DEPARTMENT has begun operating its Force Option Simulator once again after months of the COVID-19 pandemic and technological issues preventing its use. A fairly new training tool in the SBPD tool box, the FOS has acted as the SBPD’s primary supplemental use of force in-house training tool since the beginning of 2019. “We are really focused with the Force Option Simulator on making sure our officers are reacting appropriately to a threat — not overreacting and not underreacting,” said Lieutenant Shawn Hill, the SBPD Community Accountability Officer. Officers using the FOS technology stand before a screen and interact with a pre-filmed scenario. The FOS machine itself is operated in real time by one or two operators, who can decide to direct the depicted situation in different ways depending on the officer’s approach and what type of training element they want to touch on. Each situation is designed to present the officer with a string of moments where they have to choose when to react with force, and if so, to what extent. “It’s actually really good training, and we can train a variety of things with it,” said SBPD Lieutenant Charles Katsapis. “You know I think most people think that we just train ‘shoot, don’t shoot’ stuff, but we can train deescalation scenarios, we can train scenarios [where] less lethal options are the only thing you can use on them, you know reasonably; there’s just a ton of stuff we can do with them. I’m really excited to get it back up and running and start getting people through it again.” Officers interacting with the FOS have a fake firearm, taser, and OC spray that each send a signal to the FOS database if used in the course of the simulation. Doing so will automatically change the course of the simulation’s progression and ultimate outcome. After the simulation is completed, the one or two members of the SBPD’s use of force expert cadre who observed the experience

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training cycle. SBPD officers were last required to go through POSTcertified FOS training between 2019 and earlier this year. debrief the officer on their choices. This SBPD officers are conversation allows the officer to review also required to receive their actions, reasoning, and how they training in deescalation connect to the law. and crisis intervention “This technology allows officers to training, which focuses test their decision making under stress specifically on responding in a safe training environment, and to to individuals who may practice selecting the appropriate level of be experiencing a mental force given the problems present in the health or emotional crisis. rapidly evolving training scenario,” reads Officers demonstrating the use of the Force Option Simulator Section 300.2.2 of the a SBPD statement released this summer SBPD Policy Manual states that all officers are required to apply this about their training methods. training and attempt deescalation before resorting to force whenever The SBPD FOS has not seen much action over the past months. possible. First, some of the fake weapons attached to the FOS system Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the experienced technical issues. Then, the COVID-19 pandemic broke percentage of use of force cases with the SBPD. According to data out, preventing the necessary number of officers from undergoing released by the SBPD this summer, 0.27 percent of official police FOS training due to the experience’s close quarters. However, the contacts in 2019 included use of force incidents. In 2018, this number SBPD has purchased new equipment and has begun operating its FOS was lower, with 0.25 percent of police contact involving force. 2017 training once again. witnessed 0.18 percent force used. From the start of 2020 through The department implemented FOS training in the beginning June 1st, 0.36 percent of SBPD interactions have included use of force. of 2019 with funding from the Santa Barbara Police Foundation. The majority of the use of force incidents from 2017 through June According to SBPD Public Information Officer Anthony Wagner, 1st consisted of 256 “take downs,” which POST defines as “a method the SBPD’s FOS is not an official training device an officer would be for taking the subject to the ground so control can be established certified in. In order to receive official FOS training, officers must and the subject can be handcuffed.” The second highest reported use travel to either the Allan Hancock College Public Training Complex of force were 79 incidents involving strikes and kicks. Third were or the Ventura County Criminal Justice Training Center, which are 55 instances where the SBPD used the WRAP, which is a restraining certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards device that immobilizes an individual in an upright position with the and Training (POST). According to Lieutenant Katsapis, the SBPD’s goal of preventing them from harming themselves or others. Control goal is to ultimately submit an outline of their FOS curriculum for holds and grappling were used 43 times. POST certification so officers will not need to travel. Other reported levels of force consisted of K-9 bites, leg restraints, All California officers are required to complete use of force OC spray, tasers, impact weapon, extended range, and carotid training, including time with a POST certified FOS, every two years. restraint, of which there were three instances reported in 2018. As of They must also undergo training on arrest and control tactics, June 6th this year, SBPD officers are prohibited from using carotid firearms, first aid, and CPR as part of the continuing two-year restraints. For more info, visit www.santabarbaraca.gov









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Public Engagement Opportunities on Significant City Initiatives


HE CITY OF SANTA BARBARA IS WORKING ON MAJOR INITIATIVES OF COMMUNITYWIDE IMPORTANCE involving racial justice in law enforcement. The City welcomes and encourages community engagement and participation in the decision-making process. To encourage civic engagement, the City is providing the following updates: Community Formation Commission: The Santa Barbara City Council is inviting members of the community to apply to the City’s Community Formation Commission (“CFC”) to recommend to City Council on the need for and type(s) of a civilian police review system for the Santa Barbara Police Department (SBPD). The CFC will explore different models of civilian police review and examine how each may address the needs of Santa Barbara’s unique communities. The City Council seeks a diverse group of people to represent the community by serving on the CFC. The Council wants the membership of the CFC to be broadbased and inclusive. U.S. citizenship is not required. To apply for membership on the Commission, please visit http://www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/brdcomm/ac/cfc/. You may also sign up at http://www.santabarbaraca.gov/portal/mysubs.asp#Agendas to receive email notifications when Commission agendas are published. Racial Justice and Equity Initiatives As part of its adoption of the City’s Fiscal Year 2021 Budget, City Council directed City staff to undertake the following work efforts: • Conduct a Resource Allocation Study of the Police Department to identify activities that could be shifted from the Police Department to other entities, including the potential creation of additional positions within the City organization related to mental health, social and homeless services, and/or code enforcement; • Develop a path toward the development of a Black African American Cultural Resource Center; • Evaluate and identify ways to streamline the current process for permitting special events; • Develop a Co-Response Agreement between County of Santa Barbara and the Police Department: a team comprised of a police officer and a County behavioral wellness mobile crisis worker evaluates people in crisis, with an emphasis in attempting to de-escalate potentially volatile situations. The Co-Response Officer may provide transportation for individuals experiencing mental crisis to community-based facilities for evaluation, treatment, rather than arrest, when possible; and, • Evaluate the feasibility of moving Parking Enforcement from the Police Department to the Downtown Parking Division of the Public Works Department. Please visit http://www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/cityhall/equity for more information and to receive email notifications on the progress of these work efforts. Special Event Guidelines: The City has developed proposed guidelines and a draft ordinance to clarify special events permit requirements, enhance customer service for event organizers, and streamline the permit review and approval process. The Ordinance Committee is scheduled to review the recommendations on October 27th. The proposed guidelines will be posted in mid-October. Contact(s): Community Formation Commission: Sam C. Ramirez, Administrative Analyst SCRamirez@SantaBarbaraCA.Gov

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Santa Barbara County Environmental Health Services Director LARS SEIFERT has been hired as the Environmental Health Services Director for the County of Santa Barbara at the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department. Seifert comes with extensive experience working in governmental environmental health programs in Imperial County and, more recently, San Diego County. He served as the Chief of the Land & Water Quality Division for the San Diego County Department of Environmental Health and was responsible for the fiscal, personnel, and operational management, and planning oversight of 14 distinct environmental protection programs. Seifert directed and implemented strategic initiatives and operational objectives for County and Cal/EPA-delegated environmental enforcement and monitoring programs. Lars Seifert Seifert managed land development review, water quality protection programs, acquisitions, community plans, and proposed public infrastructure projects. “I look forward to supporting the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department in the delivery of quality environmental services and to be provided an opportunity to engage local communities in the protection of public health and to ensure a sustainable environment for the future,” shared Seifert.


Park Improvement and Stormwater Treatment Begins at Bohnett Park


NHANCEMENT OF A FAVORITE WESTSIDE RECREATIONAL AREA, Bohnett Park, has begun. The lower park will be closed for construction while park improvements and stormwater treatment projects commence. The upper park area by San Andreas Street will remain open during the three months it is expected to take Bohnett Park to complete improvements. “Bohnett Park is a key recreational area for the Westside,” said Parks and Recreation Director Jill Zachary. “We are pleased to be moving forward with a project that will make the park more usable for all.” The park improvement project will provide picnic tables by Old Mission Creek, grills for barbecuing, and coal and trash bins. Other changes include improving the basketball court area, as well as adding new turf, landscaping, and irrigation. New streetscape fencing and an accessible park entrance and walkways will also be installed. The stormwater treatment project will consist of installing underground, gravel-filled chambers. The purpose of these chambers will be to capture, treat, and infiltrate stormwater runoff from the area. In doing so, it is hoped that the water quality in Old Mission Creek will be improved. Construction times are Monday through Friday between 7am and 5pm.


Racial Justice and Equity Initiatives: Matt Fore, Senior Assistant to the City Administrator MFore@SantaBarbaraCA.Gov Special Event Guidelines: Jill Zachary, Parks and Recreation Director JZachary@SantaBarbaraCA.Gov

SB County Food Action Network Opens Applications for 2020 Food System Resilience Grants


PPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN for Santa Barbara County Food Action Network’s 2020 Food System Resilience Grants. With funding made possible by the Santa Barbara Foundation, SBCFAN will be awarding these grants in partnership with the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County in December. “This grant funding supports either collaborative or individual localized projects that will contribute to long term sustainable food models with a Countywide scope,” said SBCFAN Executive Director Shakira Miracle. “We’re doing our part to support the development and growth of innovative solutions that will localize and improve our food and farming systems.” The 2020 Food System Resilience Grants are designed to support local nonprofit organizations that provide services that address SBCFAN’s 16 Food Action Plan Goals, which can be viewed in full at www.sbcfoodaction.org/food-action-plan-goals. These goals are categorized under four main investments: investing in our community, the local foodshed, health and wellness, and in our food economy. The maximum award for this year’s grants will be $25,000. Applications are due on November 10th. For more information and to apply, visit



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C.A.R.E.4Paws Receives $3,000 Grant from SBPD’s Animal Control


O ENSURE ALL OF SANTA BARBARA’S CATS AND DOGS are able to receive the care they need, the Santa Barbara Police Department has given a $3,000 grant to local nonprofit C.A.R.E.4Paws. This funding will go toward supporting the organization’s mobile veterinary clinic and its spaying and neutering services. “We are so grateful for the generous spay/neuter grant and our continued partnership with Santa Barbara City Animal Control,” shared C.A.R.E.4Paws Animal Control Supervisor Jeff Deming and C.A.R.E.4Paws Executive Director and cofounder Isabelle Gullo Executive Director and cofounder Isabelle Gullo, C.A.R.E.4Paws’ executive director and cofounder. “The funding will help C.A.R.E.4Paws as we work to reduce pet overpopulation and keep animals in their homes. Each and every spay and neuter surgery performed counts!” The “care” part of C.A.R.E.4Paws’ title stands for “Community Awareness, Responsibility, Education.” Currently, its mobile clinic helps individuals across Santa Barbara County in caring for their pets, including homeless pet owners and seniors. Beyond the mobile clinic, the nonprofit further supports our community by seeing that financially insecure individuals receive pet food. They also offer help with care matters like grooming, dog walking, and foster care on a temporary basis. To learn more about C.A.R.E.4Paws or to donate, visit www.care4paws.org.


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UCSB Arts & Lectures’s Race to Justice Series continues with decorated attorney and activist Brittany K. Barnett who will showcase the impact that formerly incarcerated people can have when they are able to not only survive, but thrive in a virtual presentation on Tuesday, October 27th at 5pm. Followed by a Q&A. For tickets ($10/Free UCSB students) visit https://tinyurl.com/y6j6vjh6 La serie de la raza a la justicia de UCSB Arts & Lectures continúa con la abogada y activista condecorada Brittany K. Barnett quien mostrará el impacto que las personas anteriormente encarceladas pueden tener cuando no solo pueden sobrevivir, sino prosperar en una presentación virtual el martes, 27 de octubre a las 5pm. Seguirá una sesión de preguntas y respuestas con la audiencia. Para boletos (desde $10) visita www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu

FRIDAY, OCT. 23RD LECTURES & WORKSHOPS UCSB Arts & Lectures House Calls - Vivek H. Murthy, MD: The 19th U.S. Surgeon General and author of Together will talk about his work on loneliness and the current state of public health during a virtual event on Friday, October 23rd at 5pm. Q&A will follow. 1,000 free copies of Together will be distributed to the Santa Barbara community in advance of his lecture at Carpinteria Library, Goleta Valley Library, Montecito Library, Santa Barbara City College Luria Library, and Santa Barbara Public Library. For access ($10) visit www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu Visitas a domicilio de UCSB Arts & Lectures - Vivek H. Murthy, MD: El 19° Cirujano General de los Estados Unidos y autor de Together hablará sobre su trabajo sobre la soledad y el estado actual de la salud pública durante un evento virtual el viernes, 23 de octubre a las 5pm. Se distribuirán 1,000 copias gratuitas de Together a la comunidad de Santa Bárbara antes de su conferencia en la Biblioteca de Carpintería, Biblioteca de Goleta Valley, Biblioteca de Montecito, Biblioteca Luria de Santa Barbara City College y Biblioteca pública de Santa Barbara. Seguirá una sesión de preguntas y respuestas. Para acceso ($10) visita www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu

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. Debido a las precauciones de COVID-19, las cancelaciones de eventos son fluidas en este momento. Informate con los organizadores del evento para confirmar que el evento aún se está llevando a cabo.

Let’s Talk Mediterranean: A Conversation With Sharon Kinoshita And Brian Catlos: Kinoshita and Catlos will join the UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center for a conversation on the state of premodern Mediterranean studies on Friday, October 23rd from 3 to 4:30pm via Zoom. Free, register at https://tinyurl.com/y5mrfprf Hablemos de Mediterráneo: una conversación con Sharon Kinoshita y Brian Catlos: Kinoshita y Catlos se unirán al Centro Interdisciplinario de Humanidades UCSB para una conversación sobre el estado de los estudios mediterráneos premodernos el viernes, 23 de octubre de 3 a 4:30pm a través de Zoom. Gratis, regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y5mrfprf PCPA’s InterPlay Reading Series continues with Alabama Story by Kenneth Jones on Friday, October 23rd at 7pm and Saturday, October 24th at 1:30pm. The cost per play reading is $5 per viewer. For tickets visit http://pcpa.org/InterPlay.html Serie de lectura InterPlay de PCPA continúa con Alabama Story por Kenneth Jones el viernes, 23 de octubre a las 7pm y el sábado, 24 de octubre a la 1:30pm. El costo por presentación es de $5 por espectador. Para boletos visita http://pcpa.org/InterPlay.html

MOVIES & THEATRE The Theatre Group at SBCC’s Looking Back, Looking Forward, a musical revue, directed by Katie Laris with musical direction by David Potter, will be presented as an ondemand live-streamed event, through November 7th. For tickets ($15 general per household) visit www.theatregroupsbcc.com Mirando hacia atrás, mirando hacia adelante del Grupo de Teatro de SBCC , una revista musical, dirigida por Katie Laris con dirección musical de David Potter, se llevará a cabo como un evento transmitido en vivo, hasta el 7 de noviembre. Para boletos ($15 general por hogar) visita www.theatregroupsbcc.com Complete Works: Table Top Shakespeare: At Home, tells each of Shakespeare’s 36 plays with a single performer, a collection of household objects, and a table top. Broadcasts are free. After each Sunday premiere, performers will host a Zoom Q&A. This week includes Coriolanus (Oct. 23), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Oct. 24), King Lear (Oct. 25, 1pm), & Twelfth Night (Oct. 29, 1pm). All performances will be at 12pm unless otherwise noted. Watch the performance at www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu Obras completas: Tablero de mesa Shakespeare: En casa cuenta cada una de las 36 obras de Shakespeare con un solo actor, una colección de objetos domésticos y una mesa. Se transmitirán gratis. Después de cada estreno dominical, los artistas ofrecerán una sesión de preguntas y respuestas a través de Zoom. Esta semana incluye Coriolanus (23 de octubre), The Merry Wives of Windsor (24 de octubre), King Lear (25 de octubre, 1pm), y Twelfth Night (29 de octubre, 1pm). Todas las funciones serán a las 12pm a menos que se indique lo contrario. Mira la presentación en www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu

Sesiones de Jam de Balcón de Opera SB desde el balcón del edificio de arte y cultura SB continúa el viernes, 23 de octubre a las 6pm. Disfruta de la música del Mariachi Nuevo Jalisco desde la Calle State. Gratis, www.operasb.org Westmont Orchestral Sampler: The Westmont Orchestra, masked up, socially distant, and with bell covers over their instruments, will perform “An Orchestral Sampler” on Friday, October 23rd, at 7pm. To watch a recording of the outdoors performance visit https://tinyurl.com/y2w2wyrg Muestra orquestal de Westmont: La Orquesta de Westmont, enmascarada, socialmente distante y con cubiertas de campanas sobre sus instrumentos, interpretará “Muestra orquestal de Westmont” el viernes, 23 de octubre a las 7pm. Para ver una grabación de la presentación al aire libre, visita https://tinyurl.com/y2w2wyrg

Opera SB Balcony Jam Sessions from the balcony of the SB Arts and Culture Building continues on Friday, October 23rd at 6pm. Enjoy music by Mariachi Nuevo Jalisco from State Street. Free, www.operasb.org

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ROM TENANT & LANDLORD RESOURCES DURING COVID, ADUs or granny units, home ownership programs, and many more, Santa Barbara residents are encouraged to learn about affordable housing and related topics during the 2nd Story Associates’ Housing Santa Barbara Days 2020. The virtual event, from Saturday October 24th through Thursday, October 29th, will feature five days of free workshops open to all. Workshops schedule: Saturday, October 24th: 10am - Main Speaker; 10:30am - Tenant Rights and Responsibilities; 11:30am - Resources for Tenants & Landlords for Rent/Mortgage Relief; 12:30pm - Rental Mediation; and 1:30pm - Workforce Housing. Weekday Workshops at 5:30pm: Monday, October 26th - Resources for Undocumented Households; Tuesday, October 27th - Accessory Dwelling Units; Wednesday, October 28th - Emergency Disaster Preparedness; and Thursday, October 29th - Home Ownership Programs. All workshops are free with online registration; Register at: https://tinyurl.com/HOUSINGSB2020

SPECIAL EVENTS Tamara Mellon Mobile Closet: A 26ft. open air truck that displays each shoe style from floor to ceiling in sizes 35-42. Located Miramar Hotel (Valet Circle), 1759 S Jameson Ln through October 25th. Make an appointment at https://tinyurl.com/y2bxgegl Armario móvil Tamara Mellon: Un camión de 26 pies al aire libre que muestra cada estilo de calzado desde el piso hasta el techo en tallas 35-42. Ubicado en el Hotel Miramar (Círculo de valet), 1759 S Jameson Ln hasta el 25 de octubre. Haz una cita en https://tinyurl.com/y2bxgegl

SATURDAY, OCT. 24TH LECTURES & WORKSHOPS Housing Santa Barbara Days 2020: 2nd Story Associates will host five days of free workshops open to all residents beginning Saturday, October 24th at 10am through Thursday, October 29th. Workshops will provide info on affordable housing and related topics. To sign up for the workshops visit https://tinyurl.com/HOUSINGSB2020 Días de vivienda de Santa Bárbara 2020: 2nd Story Associates será el anfitrión de cinco días de talleres gratuitos abiertos a todos los residentes a partir del sábado, 24 de octubre a las 10am hasta el jueves, 29 de octubre. Los talleres proporcionarán información sobre viviendas asequibles y temas relacionados. Para apuntarte a los talleres visita https://tinyurl.com/HOUSINGSB2020

MOVIES & THEATRE UCSB Department of Theater and Dance’s Trumpus Caesar, a bawdy, satirical adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, will have a live launch event with the playwright, director, and cast members on Saturday, October 24th at 6pm via Zoom. An edited recording of the production will be available for viewing from Saturday, October 24th to Tuesday, November 3rd. Register at https://bit.ly/33RaBEA Trumpus Caesar del Departamento de Teatro y Danza de UCSB, una adaptación obscena y satírica del Julio César de William Shakespeare, tendrá un evento de lanzamiento en vivo con el dramaturgo, el director y los miembros del elenco el sábado, 24 de octubre a las 6pm a través de Zoom. Una grabación editada de la producción estará disponible desde el sábado, 24 de octubre hasta el martes, 3 de noviembre. Regístrate en https://bit.ly/33RaBEA

SPECIAL EVENTS Virtual Pumpkin Painting Party: Families are invited to participate in a Virtual Pumpkin Painting Party on Saturday, October 24th at 2pm. If interested, RSVP to fkoroshec@sbunified.org Fiesta virtual de pintura de calabaza: Se invita a las familias a participar en una fiesta virtual de pintura de calabazas el sábado, 24 de octubre a las 2pm. Si estas interesado, confirma tu asistencia a fkoroshec@sbunified.org

SUNDAY, OCT. 25TH LECTURES & WORKSHOPS Channel Islands Nature Journalers: Participants will be guided by a club leader or enthusiastic participant in a number of different journaling exercises to simply practice observation of and connection to the natural world. Club meets two Sundays each month from 12 to 1:30pm, next meeting is set for Sunday, October 25th. To register ($5) visit: https://tinyurl.com/y44e8woz Periodistas de la naturaleza de las Islas del Canal: Los participantes serán guiados por un líder del club o un participante entusiasta en una serie de diferentes ejercicios de diario para simplemente practicar la observación y la conexión con el mundo natural. El club se reúne dos domingos cada mes de 12 a 1:30pm, la próxima reunión está programada para el domingo, 25 de octubre. Para registrarte ($5) visita: https://tinyurl.com/y44e8woz

MUSIC Live From the Lobero – Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio: The Lobero will host a live streamed performance by the Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio featuring Gerald Clayton and Anthony Wilson on Friday, October 23rd at 8pm. To view ($15) visit www.Lobero.org En Vivo desde el Lobero – Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio: El Lobero será el anfitrión de una presentación en vivo del Charles Lloyd Ocean Trio con Gerald Clayton y Anthony Wilson el viernes, 23 de octubre a las 8pm. Para ver ($15) visita www.Lobero.org

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Digging Up the Bible: What Archaeology Can Tell Us About the Bible: Westmont College Prof. Sandra Richter, an expert in the intersection of the Bible and archeology, will discuss ancient historiography and evidence we can expect on Sunday, October 25th at 2pm. Watch the lecture on YouTube at https://tinyurl.com/y47ydn8g

Desenterrando la Biblia: lo que la arqueología puede decirnos acerca de la Biblia: La profesora Sandra Richter de Westmont College, experta en la intersección de la Biblia y la arqueología, discutirá la historiografía antigua y la evidencia que podemos esperar el domingo, 25 de octubre a las 2pm. Ve la conferencia en YouTube en https://tinyurl.com/y47ydn8g

SPECIAL EVENTS PEP Virtual Walk for Wellness: On Sunday, October 25th get out and move: pick your own time, path, and distance to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. Organized by Postpartum Education for Parents. Learn more and donate at https://tinyurl.com/yyz5lky6 Caminata virtual para el bienestar de PEP: El domingo, 25 de octubre sal y muévete: elige tu propio tiempo, camino y distancia para crear conciencia y reducir el estigma que rodea a los trastornos perinatales del estado de ánimo y la ansiedad. Organizado por Educación Posparto Para Padres. Obtén más información y dona en https://tinyurl.com/yyz5lky6 Concerts@Home Reception: Camerata Pacifica will host a Concerts@Home Reception with Nicholas Daniel following the virtual Concerts@Home performance, on Sunday October 25th at 10am. The chat will be moderated by Claire Brazeau, Principal Oboe for the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y5qa3x3p Recepción de Conciertos en Casa: Camerata Pacifica organizará una recepción de Conciertos en Casa con Nicholas Daniel después de la presentación virtual de Conciertos en Casa, el domingo, 25 de octubre a las 10am. La charla será moderada por Claire Brazeau, directora de oboe de la Orquesta de Cámara de Los Ángeles. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y5qa3x3p

MONDAY, OCT. 26TH LECTURES & WORKSHOPS [RESCHEDULED] UCSB Arts & Lectures House Calls - Barbara Kingsolver in Conversation with Pico Iyer: Among the most relevant and original chroniclers of our times, celebrated novelist, essayist, and poet Barbara Kingsolver will sit down with Pico Iyer during a virtual event on Friday, October 26th at 5pm. For access ($10) visit www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu [REPROGRAMADO] Visitas a domicilio de UCSB Arts & Lectures - Barbara Kingsolver en conversación con Pico Iyer: Entre los cronistas más relevantes y originales de nuestro tiempo, la célebre novelista, ensayista y poeta Barbara Kingsolver se sentará con Pico Iyer durante un evento virtual el viernes, 26 de octubre a las 5pm. Para acceso ($10) visita www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu

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CUNNING PLAN AND A BURNING DESIRE for bonafide fame that only requires one little lie. What does the future hold? Opera Santa Barbara will raise the “virtual” curtain to stream Opera Santa Barbara’s 2009 World Premiere of Stephen Schwartz’s Séance on a Wet Afternoon on Tuesday, October 27th, at 5pm. Registration for the stream is free and open to all. Opera Santa Barbara made operatic history when they commissioned the first and only opera to date by award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz, known for his Broadway powerhouses Wicked, Godspell, and Pippin. Based on the novel by Mark McShane and the screenplay by Bryan Forbes, the opera played for three nights in September of 2009 at the then recently renovated Granada


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‘Medicare’ Virtual Presentation: Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program’s (HICAP) free virtual presentation, Medicare Open Enrollment Choices, will be held Tuesday, October 27th at 10am. To register, contact the local HICAP office at 1-800-434-0222, 1-805928-5663, Seniors@kcbx.net or online at www.CentralCoastSeniors.org Presentación virtual de “Medicare”: La presentación virtual gratuita del Programa de Consejería y Defensa de Seguros de Salud (HICAP, por sus siglas en inglés), Opciones de inscripción abierta de Medicare, se llevará a cabo el martes, 27 de octubre a las10am. Para registrarte, comunícate con la oficina local de HICAP al 1-800-4340222, 1-805-928-5663, Seniors@kcbx.net o en línea en www.CentralCoastSeniors.org

Theatre. It has not been made available to the public in Santa Barbara since. Séance on a Wet Afternoon will have you on the edge of your seat as the music, simultaneously powerful and melodic, takes you deep into the world of medium Myra Foster sung by soprano Lauren Flanigan. Aided by her reluctant but devoted husband Bill, sung by Kim Josephson, the drama unfolds to a devastating and unpredictable end. Set designs by Tony-Award winning designer Heidi Ettinger. Registered viewers will receive an email with a link to access the webstream. Register at https://tinyurl.com/yypqd5nb

Black Power Afterlives: From the Black Panther Party to Black Lives Matter: Diane C. Fujino and Matef Harmachis draw from their new book, Black Power Afterlives, to discuss the multifaceted arenas in which Black Panther activism continues on. The virtual event will take place on Tuesday, October 27th at 4pm via Zoom. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y6nx6pok Poder negro después de vida: Desde el Partido Pantera Negra a Las vidas negras importan: Diane C. Fujino y Matef Harmachis se basan en su nuevo libro, Black Power Afterlives, para discutir los escenarios multifacéticos en los que continúa el activismo del Partido Pantera Negra. El evento virtual tendrá lugar el martes, 27 de octubre a las 4pm a través de Zoom. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y6nx6pok UCSB Arts & Lectures – Race to Justice Virtual Series: A decorated attorney and activist, Brittany K. Barnett will showcase the impact that formerly incarcerated people can have when they are able to not only survive, but thrive in a virtual presentation on Tuesday, October 27th at 5pm. Followed by a Q&A. For tickets ($10/Free UCSB students) visit https://tinyurl.com/y6j6vjh6 UCSB Arts & Lectures – Serie virtual de la raza a la justicia: Brittany K. Barnett, abogada y activista condecorada, mostrará el impacto que las personas anteriormente encarceladas pueden tener cuando no solo pueden sobrevivir, sino prosperar en una presentación virtual el martes, 27 de octubre a las 5pm. Seguido de una sesión de preguntas y respuestas. Para boletos ($10/gratis para estudiantes de UCSB) visita https://tinyurl.com/y6j6vjh6 Virtual Book Talk - Think Like A Feminist: Chaucer’s Books will host a virtual discussion with philosopher and author Kate Manne who will join writer Carol Hay as she discusses the latter’s book, Think Like A Feminist on Tuesday, October 27th at 6pm via Zoom. Access the virtual event at https://tinyurl.com/y54g6oxh Passcode: 501768 Charla de libro virtual - Piensa como una feminista: Chaucer’s Books presentará una discusión virtual con la filósofa y autora Kate Manne, quien se unirá a la escritora Carol Hay mientras habla sobre su último libro, Piensa como una feminista, el martes 27 de octubre a las 6pm a través de Zoom a través de Zoom. Accede al evento virtual en https://tinyurl.com/y54g6oxh contraseña: 501768

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Race Matters Series: Black Panther Party Community Survival Programs: Ericka Huggins, a human rights activist, poet, educator, Black Panther leader, and former political prisoner will lead the lecture on Tuesday, October 27th at 6pm via Zoom. To register visit https://tinyurl.com/y6p2gmmb Serie de La raza importa: Programas de supervivencia comunitaria del Partido Pantera Negra: Ericka Huggins, activista de derechos humanos, poeta, educadora, líder del Partido Pantera Negra y ex presa política dirigirá la conferencia el martes, 27 de octubre a las 6pm a través de Zoom. Para registrarte visita https://tinyurl.com/y6p2gmmb Humanities Decanted: Antigone Rising: The Subversive Power Of The Ancient Myths: Join the UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center online for a dialogue between Helen Morales (Classics) and Vilna Bashi-Treitler (Black Studies) about Morales’ new book, Antigone Rising: The Subversive Power of the Ancient Myths on Tuesday, October 27th at 4pm via Zoom. Audience Q&A will follow. Free, register at https://tinyurl.com/y6x3zk6j

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Humanidades decantadas: Ascenso de Antígona: El poder subversivo de los mitos antiguos: Únete al Centro de Humanidades Interdisciplinario de UCSB para un diálogo en línea entre Helen Morales (Clásicos) y Vilna Bashi-Treitler (Estudios Negros) sobre el nuevo libro de Morales, Antigone Rising: The Subversive Power of the Ancient Myths el martes, 27 de octubre a las 4pm a través de Zoom. Seguirá una sesión de preguntas y respuestas con la audiencia. Gratis, regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y6x3zk6j

MOVIES & THEATRE Carsey-Wolf Center Virtual: Women of the Gulag (2019) tells the compelling stories of six female survivors of Soviet labor camps. Join Director/producer Marianna Yarovskaya and author/producer Paul Gregory, and Alexandra Noi (History, UCSB) for a virtual discussion of this documentary on Tuesday, October 27th at 7pm. Two days before the event, registered participants will receive a screening link to view the film. Free, register at: https://tinyurl.com/y54f2t2f Carsey-Wolf Center Virtual: Las Mujeres del Gulag (2019) cuenta las cautivadoras historias de seis mujeres sobrevivientes de los campos de trabajo soviéticos. Únete a la directora / productora Marianna Yarovskaya y al autor / productor Paul Gregory y Alexandra Noi (Historia, UCSB) para una discusión virtual de este documental el martes, 27 de octubre a las 7pm. Dos días antes del evento, los participantes registrados recibirán un enlace de proyección para ver la película. Gratis, regístrate en: https://tinyurl.com/y54f2t2f

MUSIC Séance on a Wet Afternoon: Opera Santa Barbara will raise the “virtual” curtain once more for OSB’s 2009 World Premiere of Stephen Schwartz’s Séance on a Wet Afternoon on Tuesday, October 27th, at 5pm. Free, registration required at https://tinyurl.com/yypqd5nb Sesión de espiritismo en una tarde húmeda: Opera Santa Barbara levantará el telón “virtual” una vez más para el estreno mundial de OSB en 2009 de la Sesión de espiritismo en una tarde húmeda de Stephen Schwartz el martes, 27 de octubre a las 5pm. Gratis, se requiere registro en https://tinyurl.com/yypqd5nb

While Distanced, a virtual festival showcasing innovative new works captured on film, as well as excerpts from beloved classics, insights from their dancers around the world, and appearances by special guests on Thursday, October 29th, at 7pm via YouTube and Facebook. Watch at https://tinyurl.com/yxqc8fbw State Street Ballet: Arte mientras separados: Únete a los bailarines de State Street Ballet para Arte mientras separados: Una celebración de baile mientras distanciados, un festival virtual que presenta nuevas e innovadoras obras capturadas en video, así como extractos de clásicos queridos, perspectivas de sus bailarines a través de todo el mundo y apariciones de invitados especiales el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 7pm a través de YouTube y Facebook. Disfrútalo en https://tinyurl.com/yxqc8fbw

LECTURES & WORKSHOPS Community Food & Farming Discussion Series: The SB County Food Action Network series kicks off with a virtual presentation on Food Access & Food Security on Thursday, October 29th at 12pm. Each session will include a 60 min. panel discussion, followed by a Q&A session. Live Spanish interpretation available. Free, Register at https://tinyurl.com/y2al5dot Serie de Discusión Comunitaria sobre Alimentación y Agricultura: La serie de SB County Food Action Network comienza con una presentación virtual de Acceso a los alimentos y seguridad alimentaria el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 12pm. Cada sesión incluirá una discusión con un panel de 60 minutos, seguido de una sesión de preguntas y respuestas. Interpretación en vivo en español disponible. Gratis, regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y2al5dot Carrying on the History of Grape Growing and Winemaking on Santa Cruz and Catalina Islands: A discussion of the history of grape growing and winemaking and the viticultural tie-in between the Islands of Catalina and Santa Cruz by Geoff Rusack will take place on Thursday, October 29th from 7 to 8:30pm via Zoom, includes Q&A. To participate email jlindsey@sbmm.org Continuando con la historia del cultivo de la uva y la vinificación en las Islas Santa Cruz y Catalina: El jueves, 29 de octubre de 7 a 8:30pm a través de Zoom se llevará a cabo un debate

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28TH LECTURES & WORKSHOPS What’s Happening Downtown - Small Business Saturday: In this virtual networking gathering, participants will discuss Shop Local, Small Business Saturday campaign, and the new State Street Promenade Market. Participant can also introduce themselves and share about what’s new at their business on Wednesday, October 28th, at 9am via Zoom. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y3fvhw6w Qué está pasando en el centro – Sábado de pequeñas empresas: En esta reunión de networking virtual, los participantes discutirán Compra local, la campaña Sábado de pequeñas empresas y el nuevo Mercado de State Street Promenade. Los participantes también pueden presentarse y compartir las novedades de su empresa el miércoles, 28 de octubre a las 9am a través de Zoom. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y3fvhw6w

THURSDAY, OCT. 29TH DANCE State Street Ballet: Art While Apart: Join State Street Ballet dancers for Art While Apart: A Celebration of Dancing

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sobre la historia del cultivo de la uva y la vinificación y el vínculo entre las islas de Catalina y Santa Cruz por Geoff Rusack, que incluye una sesión de preguntas y respuestas. Para participar manda un correo electrónico a jlindsey@sbmm.org Virtual Book Talk - Geology Underfoot In Southern California: Chaucer’s Books will host a virtual discussion of Geology Underfoot In Southern California (Second Edition) with co-authors Arthur Sylvester and Allen F. Glazner and illustrator Libby Gans on Thursday, October 29th at 6pm via Zoom. Access the virtual event at https://tinyurl.com/yypolyfh Passcode: 133244 Charla de libro virtual - Geología bajo los pies en el sur de California: Chaucer’s Books presentará una discusión virtual sobre el libro Geología bajo los pies en el sur de California (segunda edición) con los coautores Arthur Sylvester y Allen F. Glazner y la ilustradora Libby Gans el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 6pm a través de Zoom. Accede al evento virtual en https://tinyurl.com/yypolyfh contraseña: 133244 League of Women Voters SB Book Club: Join LWVSB as they discuss The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander on Thursday, October 29th, from 3 to 4pm via Zoom. To participate email elainerudin@me.com Club de lectura de Liga de Mujeres Votantes SB: Únete a LWVSB mientras discuten El nuevo Jim Crow: Encarcelamiento masivo en la era del daltonismo por Michelle Alexander el jueves, 29 de octubre de 3 a 4pm a través de Zoom. Para participar manda un correo electrónico a elainerudin@me.com Downtown Business Spotlight Interview Series continues on Thursday, October 29th at 3pm with Brian Cearnal (Cearnal Collective) and Rob Dayton (City of Santa Barbara) as they discuss how design may be able to help State Street. Each Thursday different business owners will interviewed via Zoom. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y58nznde La serie de entrevistas Negocios del Centro Destacados continúa el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 3pm con con Brian Cearnal (Cearnal Collective) y Rob Dayton (Ciudad de Santa Bárbara) mientras discuten cómo el diseño puede ayudar a la Calle State. Cada jueves, diferentes empresarios serán entrevistados a través de Zoom. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y58nznde Race and Religion Series: Chicanx Indigeneity: Decolonization and Religious Refusal: Dr. Natalie Avalos will discuss the ways Indigenous religious resurgence now serves as a means to Chicanx cultural sovereignty under continued settler colonial relations north and south of the U.S./Mexico border during an online talk on Thursday October 29th at 6pm via Zoom. To register visit https://tinyurl.com/y4ydyxwl Serie de Raza y religión: Indigeneidad Chicanx: Descolonización y rechazo religioso: La Dra. Natalie Avalos discutirá las formas en que el resurgimiento religioso indígena ahora sirve como un medio para la soberanía cultural Chicanx bajo las continuas relaciones coloniales de colonos al norte y al sur de la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México durante una charla en línea el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 6pm a través de Zoom. Para registrarte visita https://tinyurl.com/y4ydyxwl

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Join State Street Ballet dancers for Art While Apart: A Celebration of Dancing While Distanced, a virtual festival showcasing innovative new works captured on film, as well as excerpts from beloved classics, insights from their dancers around the world, and appearances by special guests on Thursday, October 29th, at 7pm via YouTube and Facebook. Watch at https://tinyurl.com/yxqc8fbw Únete a los bailarines de State Street Ballet para Arte mientras separados: Una celebración de baile mientras distanciados, un festival virtual que presenta nuevas e innovadoras obras capturadas en video, así como extractos de clásicos queridos, perspectivas de sus bailarines a través de todo el mundo y apariciones de invitados especiales el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 7pm a través de YouTube y Facebook. Disfrútalo en https://tinyurl.com/yxqc8fbw

Living Democracy Talk: From The Embers of Crisis: Creating Equitable and Deliberative Democracy: Join the UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center online lecture by Harvard Kennedy School Professor Archon Fung on Thursday, October 29th at 4pm via Zoom. Audience Q&A will follow. Free, register at https://tinyurl.com/yy878673 Charla sobre democracia viva: De las brasas de la crisis: Creación de una democracia equitativa y deliberativa: Únete a la conferencia en línea del Centro Interdisciplinario de Humanidades UCSB del profesor Archon Fung de la Escuela Kennedy de Harvard el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 4pm a través de Zoom. Seguirá una sesión de preguntas y respuestas con la audiencia. Gratis, regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/yy878673

SPECIAL EVENTS UCSB Arts & Lectures House Calls - Mike Birbiglia: Comedian, Storyteller, Director and Actor Mike Birbiglia will read from his new memoir followed by an off-the-cuff Q&A with the audience during a virtual event on Thursday, October 29th at 5pm. For access ($10) visit www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu Visitas a domicilio de UCSB Arts & Lectures - Mike Birbiglia: El comediante, narrador, director y actor Mike Birbiglia leerá sus nuevas memorias seguido de una sesión de preguntas y respuestas con la audiencia durante un evento virtual el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 5pm. Para acceso ($10) visita www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu


insights from disability theory, literary studies, and interdisciplinary pain studies on Friday, October 30th at 11am to 12:30pm via Zoom. Free, register at https://tinyurl.com/y3qag5tf Charla de grupo focal de investigación: “Cripistemologías del dolor”: La conferencia de Travis Chi Wing Lau reunirá ideas de la teoría de la discapacidad, los estudios literarios y los estudios interdisciplinarios del dolor el viernes, 30 de octubre de 11am a 12:30pm a través de Zoom. Gratis, regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y3qag5tf

City – Santa Barbara, Friday, October 30th at 9am. Guest speakers include: City Mayor Cathy Murillo, City Administrator Paul Casey, and City Economic Development Manager Jason Harris. Free, Register at https://tinyurl.com/yxpjxxbh El Estado de la ciudad - Santa Bárbara: La Cámara de Comercio de la Costa Sur de SB organizará un el Estado de la ciudad - Santa Bárbara virtual, el viernes, 30 de octubre a las 9am. Los oradores invitados incluyen: la alcaldesa de la ciudad Cathy Murillo, el administrador de la ciudad Paul Casey y el gerente de desarrollo económico de la ciudad Jason Harris. Gratis, regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/yxpjxxbh

MUSIC Opera SB Balcony Jam Sessions from the balcony of the SB Arts and Culture Building continues on Friday, October 30th at 6pm. Enjoy music by Sinatra and Friends from State Street. Free, www.operasb.org Sesiones de Jam de Balcón de Opera SB desde el balcón del edificio de arte y cultura SB continúa el viernes, 30 de octubre a las 6pm. Disfruta de la música de Sinatra y amigos desde la Calle State. Gratis, www.operasb.org

Research Focus Group Talk: “Cripistemologies of Pain”: Travis Chi Wing Lau’s lecture will draw together


State of the City - Santa Barbara: The SB South Coast Chamber of Commerce will host a virtual State of the

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¡Antes de la proyección de las 7 PM, venga vestido con su disfraz favorito de Halloween o Día de los Muertos para tener la oportunidad de ganar premios!

Prior to the the 7 PM screening, come dressed in your favorite Halloween or Día de los Muertos ensemble for a chance to win prizes!

Se requiere máscaras y distanciamiento social. Estacionamiento distanciado incluye espacio para colocar sillas frente a su automóvil.

Masks and social distancing required. Distanced parking includes room to put chairs in front of your car.

Presented in association with the City of Goleta, the Santa Barbara County Office of Arts & Culture and ¡Viva el Arte de Santa Bárbara!

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2020 Santa Barbara Reads will feature Big Magic: How to Live a Creative Life, and Let Go of Your Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert. Free copies of Big Magic, in English and Spanish, will be available to pick up at the SB Public Library’s Book Browsing program beginning on Saturday, October 31st. www.SBPLibrary.org 2020 Santa Barbara Lee contará con el libro Gran Magia: Cómo vivir una vida creativa y Deja ir tu miedo por Elizabeth Gilbert. Copias gratuitas del libro Gran Magia, en inglés y español, estarán disponibles para recoger en el programa de exploración de libros de la biblioteca pública de SB a partir del sábado, 31 de octubre. www.SBPLibrary.org

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MOVIES & THEATRE Small Enchantments: In a time of challenge, conflict, and difficulty, the Westmont Theater Arts Department will stage Small Enchantments, a fairy tale-inspired play of change and wonder on Friday, October 30th, at 7pm on Facebook Live. For access: www.westmont.edu/watchtheater Pequeños encantamientos: En tiempos de desafío, conflicto y dificultad, el Departamento de Artes Teatrales de Westmont presentará Pequeños encantamientos, una obra de cambio y asombro inspirada en un cuento de hadas el viernes, 30 de octubre a las 7pm en Facebook Live. Para acceso: www.westmont.edu/watchtheater

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At the Center of Santa Barbara’s Cultural Conversation | www.VoiceSB.com

A safe Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic will look and feel a little different this year as people decide how they will celebrate – whether it’s having fun from a distance, trick-or-treating, enjoying Halloween at home, or something in between. Take part in this holiday in a manner that reduces the risk of spreading COVID-19 by enjoying some local events and by following guidelines set by Santa Barbara County Public Health. https://tinyurl.com/y2lk6ozd

Pumpkin Patches / Huerto de Calabazas Lane Farms Pumpkin Patch • 308 S. Walnut Ln • Through October 31st, Mon-Fri 12 to 7pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 7pm • www.lanefarmssb.com/pumpkin-patch Big Wave Dave’s Pumpkin Patch • 3865 State St (La Cumbre Plaza in the Macy’s parking lot) • Daily through October 31st, 10am to 9pm • www.bigwavedaveschristmastrees.com Montecito Country Mart Pumpkin Patch: 1016 Coast Village Road • Daily through October 31st • www.montecitocountrymart.com Museum Mysteries Halloween: Celebrate Halloween safely by solving curious mysteries at the SB Museum of Natural History from Friday, October 23rd through Sunday, October 25th with the theme of Max is Missing! and from Friday, October 30th through Sunday, November 1st with the theme of The Hidden Fossil. Dress in costume and enjoy spooky science experiments. Clue kits available for purchase. Activities included with admission (Free-$15). Reservations required https://tinyurl.com/yye3txwp Misterios del museo Halloween: Celebra Halloween de forma segura resolviendo misterios curiosos en el Museo de Historia Natural de SB desde el viernes, 23 de octubre hasta el domingo, 25 de octubre con el tema de ¡Falta Max! y del viernes, 30 de octubre al domingo, 1 de noviembre con el tema de El fósil escondido. Visita con disfraces y disfruta de espeluznantes experimentos científicos. Kits de pistas disponibles para comprar. Actividades incluidas con la entrada (Gratis-$15). Se requieren reservaciones https://tinyurl.com/yye3txwp Spooky Zoo!: Through October 31st guests are encouraged to visit the Santa Barbara Zoo in their costumes to experience Spooky Zoo! The Zoo is open with limited capacity. Face coverings required. Spooky Zoo is free with Zoo admission or Zoo Membership, online ticket reservations required. www.sbzoo.org ¡Zoológico espeluznante!: ¡Hasta el 31 de octubre, visita el Zoológico de Santa Bárbara disfrazado para experimentar ¡Zoológico espeluznante! El zoológico está abierto con capacidad limitada. Se requieren cubiertas faciales. ¡Zoológico espeluznante! es gratis con la entrada al zoológico o la membresía del zoológico, se requiere reserva de boletos en línea. www.sbzoo.org From Sorrow to Celebration: A Community Memorial Altar at Paradise Found: Local artist and woodworker, Rebecca Zendejas will be creating a Community Memorial altar at Paradise Found, inspired by the celebrations of Samhain and Día de los Muertos. If you have lost someone dear in the last year, stop by and add their name to the altar at Paradise Found, located at 17 E. Anapamu St. For more info contact Ellen at Paradise Found, 805.564.3573. Del dolor a la celebración: un altar conmemorativo de la comunidad en Paradise Found: La artista y carpintera local, Rebecca Zendejas creará un altar conmemorativo de la comunidad en Paradise Found, inspirado en las celebraciones de Samhain y el Día de los Muertos. Si has perdido a alguien querido en el último año, pasa y agrega su nombre

Enjoy Coco screenings at West Wind Drive-In on October 28th and 29th

al altar en Paradise Found, ubicado en 17 E. Anapamu St. Para obtener más información, comunícate con Ellen en Paradise Found, 805.564.3573. 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 www.sbghosttour.com Tours espeluznantes con Santa Barbara Ghost Tours: Únete a la profesora Julie Ann Brown mientras recorre las calles del centro de Santa Bárbara compartiendo las historias de los fantasmas locales. Santa Barbara Ghost Tours ofrece una variedad de recorridos que incluyen el Tour de vinos y licores paranormales en el centro; Tour de leyendas, mitos y caos; Tour de los muertos de la noche y más. Para boletos ($35 a $150 dependiendo del recorrido seleccionado) visita www.sbghosttour.com Santa Ynez Valley Scarecrow Festival: Through October 31st, scarecrows will be displayed in Buellton, Los Alamos, Santa Ynez, and Solvang. Vote for your favorite scarecrow and see a roster of participating businesses at www.syvscarecrows.com Festival del Espantapájaros del Valle de Santa Ynez: Hasta el 31 de octubre, se exhibirán espantapájaros en Buellton, Los Alamos, Santa Ynez y Solvang. Vota por tu espantapájaros favorito y ve una lista de empresas participantes en www.syvscarecrows.com

SATURDAY, OCT. 24TH Virtual Halloween Fun with The Painted Cabernet: Attend a Halloween themed virtual painting class on how to paint a Moonlight Witch (October 24th) or Halloween Cat (October 25th). Classes are held virtually through Zoom and painters will receive a 16×20 canvas, paints, and brushes included within the class fee. Register ($35 per person) at www.paintedcabernet.com Diversión virtual de Halloween con The Painted Cabernet: Asiste a una clase de pintura virtual con el tema de Halloween sobre cómo pintar una bruja a la luz de la luna (24 de octubre) o un gato de Halloween (25 de octubre). Las clases se llevan a cabo virtualmente a través de Zoom y los pintores recibirán un lienzo de 16×20, pinturas y pinceles incluidos dentro del precio de la clase. Regístrate ($35 por persona) en www.paintedcabernet.com Thriller Dance Workshops: Learn dance steps for the upcoming Thrills & Chills Halloween Dance Fest with World Dance for Humanity on Saturday, October 24th at 10am via Zoom. Register at https://tinyurl.com/yxdfvgaj Talleres de danza ‘Thriller:’ Aprende pasos de baile para el próximo festival de baile de ‘Halloween Thrills & Chills’ con World Dance for Humanity el sábado, 24 de octubre a las 10am a través de Zoom. Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/yxdfvgaj Thriller Dance Event: Perform Thriller on Zoom during the Worldwide Thriller Event On Saturday, October 24th at 2:45pm via Zoom. To be part of World Dance for Humanity’s Halloween Dance Video Montage submit your home video of the Halloween dances by October 25th. More info and to register at https://tinyurl.com/yxdfvgaj Evento de baile Thriller: Baila Thriller en Zoom durante el evento mundial Thriller el sábado, 24 de octubre a las 2:45pm a través de Zoom. Para ser parte del montaje de video de baile de Halloween de World Dance for Humanity, envía tu video casero de los bailes

de Halloween antes del 25 de octubre. Más información y regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/yxdfvgaj

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28TH UCSB Arts & Lectures - Drive-In Series: Enjoy free screenings of the Day of the Day themed movie Coco in Spanish with English subtitles on Wednesday, October 28th at 7 and 9:15pm and in English on Thursday, October 29th at 7 and 9:15pm at the West Wind Drive-In. Prior to the the 7pm screenings, come dressed in your favorite Halloween or Día de los Muertos ensemble for a chance to win prizes. First come, first served. Arrive early to enjoy food trucks and concessions. www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu UCSB Arts & Lectures - Series de Auto Cine: Disfruta de proyecciones gratuitas de la película Coco en español con subtítulos en inglés el miércoles, 28 de octubre a las 7 y 9:15pm y en inglés el jueves, 29 de octubre a las 7 y 9:15pm en el West Wind Drive-In. Antes de las proyecciones de las 7pm, ven vestido con tu conjunto favorito de Halloween o Día de los Muertos para tener la oportunidad de ganar premios. Por orden de llegada. Llega temprano para disfrutar de los camiones de comida y concesiones. www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu

FRIDAY, OCT. 30TH Halloween Monstera Mash! Join Lotusland for a spooky boo-tanical stroll, following the garden map to find poisonous plants, creepy creatures, and more. Complete the garden walk to claim your Halloween treat on Friday, October 30th, 3 to 5:30pm; Saturday, October 31st 10am to 12:30pm and 3 to 5:30pm. Space is limited. Reservations required. For tickets (Free-$60) call 805.969.9990 www.lotusland.org ¡Monstera Mash de Halloween! Únete a Lotusland para un escalofriante paseo bootánico, siguiendo el mapa del jardín para encontrar plantas venenosas, criaturas espeluznantes y más. Completa la caminata por el jardín para reclamar tu regalo de Halloween el viernes, 30 de octubre de 3 a 5:30pm; sábado, 31 de octubre de 10am a 12:30pm y de 3 a 5:30pm. El espacio es limitado. Se requieren reservaciones. Para boletos (Gratis- $60) llama al 805.969.9990 www.lotusland.org Photo by Fritz Olenberger


Donación de sangre de los chupasangres 2020: El bufete de abogados de Ghitterman, Ghitterman & Feld se ha asociado con Sol Wave Water y Vitalant para ser coanfitriones de su cuarta campaña anual de donación de sangre este año el día antes de Halloween, el viernes, 30 de octubre de 9am a 1pm en la nueva ubicación de Sol Wave Water, en 731 Bond Avenue. Se tomarán las precauciones para COVID-19. Reserva una cita en www.bloodhero.com e ingresa el número de patrocinador #8517.

SATURDAY, OCT. 31ST Virtual Halloween Costume Parade: The County of Santa Barbara is hosting a countywide virtual Halloween costume parade to feature photos of pets and children age zero to 17 in costume. The virtual parade of costumes will stream on Saturday, October 31st at CSB-TV cable channel 20, YouTube/CSBTV20 or Facebook at “countyofsb.” To be considered for airing in the virtual Halloween costume parade, email your photo(s) by October 28th. For submission guidelines visit https://tinyurl.com/y3ylfq7v Desfile virtual de disfraces de Halloween: El Condado de Santa Bárbara está organizando un desfile virtual de disfraces de Halloween a través del condado para presentar fotos de mascotas y niños de cero a 17 años disfrazados. El desfile virtual de disfraces se transmitirá el sábado, 31 de octubre en el canal de cable 20 de CSB-TV, YouTube/ CSBTV20 o en Facebook en “countyofsb.” Para ser considerado para salir al aire en el desfile virtual de disfraces de Halloween, envía tus fotos por correo electrónico antes del 28 de octubre. Para conocer las pautas de presentación, visita https://tinyurl.com/y3ylfq7v

Virtual Haunted Halloween Costume Contest and Dance Party: Join Santa Barbara HypeCats virtual haunted Halloween costume dance Virtual Halloween Costume Dance Party: Put on party on October 30th, from 7 to 8:30pm. your costume and join the World Dance for Hosted by KLITE 101.7’s morning radio hosts, Humanity’s virtual Halloween Dance Party Gary Fruin and Catherine Remak, with Live Dress like a Zombie and join the on Saturday, October 31st at 3pm via Zoom. DJ tunes from Scott Topper. Event is free and virtual Thriller Dance Event on Register at https://tinyurl.com/yxdfvgaj supports CADA’s Mentor Program. Register at October 24th at 2:45pm Fiesta de baile virtual de disfraces de Halloween: https://tinyurl.com/y573d4og Pónte tu disfraz y únete a la fiesta virtual de disfraces de Halloween de World Concurso virtual de disfraces de Halloween y fiesta de baile: Únete a la fiesta de Dance for Humanity el sábado, 31 de octubre a las 3pm a través de Zoom. baile virtual de disfraces de Halloween de Santa Barbara HypeCats el 30 de Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/yxdfvgaj octubre, de 7 a 8:30pm. Presentado por los presentadores de radio de KLITE 101.7, Gary Fruin y Catherine Remak, con canciones de DJ en vivo de Scott Topper. El evento es gratuito y apoya el Programa de mentores de CADA. Halloween Door Dash at Fairview Gardens: Bring the family for safe, outdoor Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y573d4og trick-or-treating on the farm and Halloween costume contest on Saturday, October 31st, 2 to 8pm. Free. For details and COVID-19 safety guidelines visit https://tinyurl.com/y5lm4sm2 2020 Bloodsuckers Blood Drive: The law firm of Ghitterman, Ghitterman & Feld Halloween en Fairview Gardens: Trae a la familia para pedir dulces de una has partnered with Sol Wave Water and Vitalant to co-host their fourth annual manera segura al aire libre en la granja y el concurso de disfraces de blood drive this year on the day before Halloween, Friday, October 30th from Halloween el sábado, 31 de octubre de 2 a 8pm. Gratis. Para obtener detalles y 9am to 1pm at Sol Wave Water’s new location, on 731 Bond Avenue. COVIDlas pautas de seguridad de COVID-19, visita 19 precautions will be in place. Book an appointment at www.bloodhero. https://tinyurl.com/y5lm4sm2 com and enter sponsor number #8517.


At the Center of Santa Barbara’s Cultural Conversation | www.VoiceSB.com

October 23, 2020

BCycle Pedals Its Way Toward Downtown Santa Barbara

Photos courtesy of BCycle


Rosenberg echoed Burke’s beliefs, adding that Santa Barbara BCycle will support the City of Santa Barbara’s Climate Action ON’T BE SURPRISED IF YOU BEGIN TO Plan and its goals to reduce carbon emissions and promote SEE LOCALS ZOOMING AROUND ON sustainable practices. She also added that Santa Barbara’s ELECTRIC BIKES this winter! Almost a year welcoming environment makes it a unique and especially wellafter winning the City of Santa Barbara’s 2019 suited location for an e-bike sharing program. request for proposal, Santa Barbara BCycle “It is one of the most cycling friendly cities in the world, with is one of Downtown Santa Barbara’s latest associate a growing demand for bikes and e-bikes,” said Rosenberg. “With members. Represented by its General Manager, Jesse bike paths and trails downtown SB to the Waterfront, Funk Zone, Rosenberg, Santa Barbara BCycle is mere pedals away Riviera, and more, SB is an ideal place to have a successful bike from launching its electric bike sharing program across share program. The bike shops are overwhelmed with orders, our community. purchases, and repairs. Having a public bike share system allows “We are ecstatic to revolutionize the way people use people who normally cannot afford an e-bike or want to test one public transportation and give the community more out to have the ability to with a monthly or annual membership.” alternative transportation options that are eco-friendly At this time, Santa Barbara BCycle aims to launch the first and help reduce the carbon footprint,” said Rosenberg. part of its program between November and December this “E-bikes are fun, fast, and provide a less sweaty ride. year. This will consist of introducing 125 electric bikes into the Santa Barbara is a city full of hills, and e-bikes will community, starting with the downtown Santa Barbara area. allow more people to charge up hills quicker. We There will also be a series of are going to drive BCycle docks installed, which tourists and locals to customers will use to pick up State Street and areas and store the e-bikes. Due to downtown to check public health concerns amidst out a bike and be the pandemic, all bikes will be able to shop around cleaned at least once per day local businesses with an alcohol type cleaning and restaurants, solution. Ultimately, Santa increasing the Barbara BCycle hopes to economy.” work up from these initial 125 Having been e-bikes to operate at least 250 athletic all her life, across the city. Rosenberg used The bike sharing program to focus mostly will be based out of the on running and BCycle app. Using this app, partaking in individuals will be able to marathons. However, locate nearby e-bikes and while recovering docks, and then pay to unlock from an injury, she and rent an e-bike. At the end discovered a new of their ride, customers will passion in cycling. At The BCycle Team: Jack Callahan, Operations Manager; Jesse be required, at risk of extra Rosenberg, General Manager; and Kurt Mueller, Lead Technician the time, she never fees, to return their e-bike thought her athletic to a dock. However, it need not be the same dock they originally interests would merge with her work experiences found their bike. Helmets will not be provided, however all in advertising and marketing. This changed after customers are encouraged to wear helmets while riding. Rosenberg worked in Austin, Texas and saw microSanta Barbara will be the first BCycle location to introduce mobility services in action. She moved to Boston, only e-bikes through its bike sharing program. According to where she started working with Zagster, a company Rosenberg, what distinguishes e-bikes from normal pedal bikes that oversaw bike sharing and e-mobility assets on a is that each bike has their own electric battery powering it. These global basis. batteries are detachable, and Rosenberg and her team will be able “Fitness was always the side component,” said to remotely monitor whenever an e-bike’s battery drops below 60 Rosenberg. “But to be able to marry the two together percent. When that happens, one of Santa Barbara BCycle’s team is something I never thought I could do without members will travel to the bike’s location, install a fully charged maybe becoming a personal trainer.” electric battery, and take the used battery back in to recharge. Sadly, the COVID-19 pandemic led to Zagster Rosenberg also explained that one of the benefits of e-bikes is shutting down, leading Rosenberg to move to that they can provide pedal assistance. This means Montecito to be that cyclists traveling across steep or difficult terrain with family. Yet this Our main goal with this is for can utilize their e-bike’s electric motor to help unfortunate loss turned them continue riding without increased difficulty. people to have fun, and just into a silver lining when Of course, using the motor function is optional she discovered BCycle. to have another outlet to get and the bikes can be used as normal pedal bikes if BCycle is a bike sharing from point A to point B. preferred. Yet Rosenberg pointed out that the electric program that is owned component makes e-bikes more attractive to a – Jesse Rosenberg and operated by Trek broader range of people. Bicycle Corporation, “Our main goal with this is for people to have which is led by President fun, and just to have another outlet to get from point A to point and Montecito resident John Burke. By the time B, ” Rosenberg explained. “We know that Santa Barbara can be Rosenberg moved across the country, Trek had already won the City of Santa Barbara’s 2019 request for proposal really hilly, and these pedal assist bikes are amazing at getting up hills without the rider having to do a ton of work... You’re going to to implement its next BCycle bike sharing program in see a drastic increase in people riding these new bikes who would Santa Barbara. not normally ride pedal bikes, so it’s going to be serving different “Santa Barbara is a special place and it is the ideal communities and different demographics that wouldn’t have rode community for Electric Assist Bike Sharing,” said Burke. “I a pedal bike, which is awesome.” think the new system is going to make a positive impact in Cyclists will be able to choose from four rental options: the community from a health, congestion, [and] quality of single ride, extended ride, monthly pass, and an annual pass. The life standpoint.” single ride will charge $5 per 30 minutes, with the extended ride By Daisy Scott, VOICE

charging a flat rate of $40 for 5 hours of use. A monthly pass will cost $30 per month, and an annual pass is $150 per year. Both passes offer unlimited hour-long trips, and charge $3 per 30 minutes after the first hour. Beyond maintaining the e-bikes, Rosenberg expressed that Santa Barbara BCycle is also looking for ways to engage with the local community. She shared that her favorite aspects of her job are communicating BCycle’s goals to others and working with her fellow teammates and City of Santa Barbara staff. Rosenberg also explained that given the program’s relatively low rental prices, gaining sponsorships from local businesses and organizations will be key for continuation and expansion. To date, Santa Barbara BCycle has one sponsor in Bosch, a global engineering company. Santa Barbara BCycle is also planning on interacting with the community through education and access programs. “We are working with organizations including COAST and SB Bike Coalition to come up with educational programs and provide a membership for low-income residents,” said Rosenberg. “We are hoping to work with UCSB and SBCC in implementing stations and bikes on their campuses.” Currently, Santa Barbara BCycle is in the process of finalizing its plans with City staff. It is also setting up its office at 218 E. Cota Street, which will include a space for technicians to work on bikes that need repair. Santa Barbara BCycle will not offer any retail shopping, but those who are interested in purchasing Trek Bicycle Corporation equipment can do so locally at Bicycle Bob’s and Fast Track Bicycles. For more information on Santa Barbara BCycle, visit https://santabarbara.bcycle.com/v2.

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N ELECTRIC BIKE SERVICE will be added to the new State Street mix along with charging docks, following an unanimous vote of the City Council on Tuesday.

BCycle was given the go ahead as operator for up to 250 rental bikes and bike sharing docks, some of which will be attached to the parklets downtown. The BCycle company signed a three year agreement with the City last year, but, because of the pandemic, the program was delayed. Docking stations will be placed around the city. Green lines marking a bike path down the center of State Street were approved last week by City Council. The green path will accommodate bike traffic and separate it from pedestrian movement. Funding for the striping was part of a $250,000 upgrade to the State Street Promenade, which will include lighting and industrial sized pottery.

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Virtual Reception Draws Over 300 To AIA Charrette


REATIVE AND COMPREHENSIVE DRAWINGS ILLUSTRATED A REIMAGINED DOWNTOWN SANTA BARBARA during a Zoom reception for the lastest updates on a community design charrette process, where 16 teams prepared new designs ideas for downtown. Hosted by the Santa Barbara Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and attended by over 300 community members, the Virtual Reception offered teammembers sharing their visons and interpretations for the future of downtown. “Santa Barbarans are passionate celebrators of life and the protectors of this unique garden city. It is time to remember who we are as environmentalists and artists and be creative, inclusive, and united in our work to meet housing challenges and expand our thinking to restore our magical city, “according to Cassandra Ensberg, AIA Fellow. A summer long process pulling in architects, landscape professionals, planners, engineers, artists, and other experts who

applied their talent and expertise to envision a future Downtown Santa Barbara, the charrette reception presented some exciting ideas for the downtown resulting from their analysis of the State Street corridor and individual blocks with a mind toward integrating more housing, enhancing open spaces and connectivity, and improving the vitality of downtown. To inform their design work, a community survey was conducted with over 4,700 responses. The results are available at www.AIASB.com.

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$2 Million in Rental Assistance Available $2 millones en asistencia de alquiler disponible for SB County Residents Through para residentes del condado de SB a través de United Way of Santa Barbara County United Way del Condado de Santa Bárbara


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N PARTNERSHIP WITH THE COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA, United Way is offering N ASOCIACIÓN CON EL CONDADO DE SANTA BARBARA, United Way ofrece rental assistance grants to eligible individuals and families living in unincorporated areas. subvenciones de asistencia para el alquiler a personas y familias elegibles que viven en áreas no Eligible applicants must meet specific requirements. The funds were made possible by the incorporadas. Los solicitantes elegibles deben cumplir con requisitos específicos. Los fondos fueron County of Santa Barbara and Santa Barbara City Council through federal grants received from posibles gracias al Condado de Santa Bárbara y el Concejo Municipal de Santa Bárbara a través de the CARES Act. subvenciones federales recibidas de la Ley CARES. The funding comes from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Los fondos provienen de la Ley federal de Ayuda, Alivio y Seguridad Económica para el Coronavirus Act, which gave Santa Barbara County a total of about $46 million in funding. (CARES, por sus sigla en inglés), que otorgó al condado de Santa Bárbara un total de The County Board of Supervisors set aside $7.5 of that CARES Act funding for local aproximadamente $46 millones en fondos. “vulnerable populations,” with $2 million of that going to emergency rental assistance to help La Junta de Supervisores del Condado reservó $7.5 de ese financiamiento de la Ley families and individuals who have lost jobs or seen incomes cut due to the COVID-19 crisis. CARES para las “poblaciones vulnerables” locales, de los cuales $2 millones se destinaron a “There are probably thousands of families and individuals out asistencia de alquiler de emergencia para ayudar a familias e individuos que perdieron there who are eligible, but may not have heard the news about this sus trabajos o vieron recortes de ingresos debido a la crisis de COVID-19. assistance,” said Dinah Lockhart, Deputy Director for the County’s “Probablemente hay miles de familias e individuos que son elegibles, pero Housing and Community Development Division. es posible que no hayan escuchado las noticias sobre esta asistencia,” dijo Dinah Lockhart also praised the United Way’s reach and resources, Lockhart, subdirectora de la División de Vivienda y Desarrollo Comunitario creating an important partnership with the County. del Condado. “Not only are they able to get rental assistance out to families, Lockhart también elogió el alcance y los recursos de United Way, but families can talk to a case manager and talk about other creando una asociación importante con el condado. concerns they might have,” she said. “No solo pueden hacer llegar a las familias asistencia para el alquiler, If approved, families can receive up to $1,000 of rental sino que las familias pueden hablar con un administrador de casos y assistance per month for up to three months. Payments would go hablar sobre otras inquietudes que puedan tener,” ella dijo. directly to landlords to ensure the assistance goes directly to rent Si son aprobadas, las familias pueden recibir hasta $1,000 de payments. asistencia para el alquiler para un máximo de tres meses. Los pagos Unincorporated cities include but are not limited to: Burton irían directamente a los propietarios para garantizar que la ayuda vaya Unincorporated cities include but Mesa, Casmalia, Cuyama, Eastern Goleta Valley, Gaviota, Isla directamente a los pagos del alquiler. are not limited to / Las ciudades no Vista, Los Alamos, Los Olivos, Montecito, Orcutt, Santa Ynez, Las ciudades no incorporadas incluyen pero no se limitan a: Burton incorporadas incluyen, Summerland, and Vandenberg Village. Mesa, Casmalia, Cuyama, Este del Valle de Goleta, Gaviota, Isla Vista, Los Alamos, The United Way of Santa Barbara County is spreading the word. The pero no se limitan a: Los Olivos, Montecito, Orcutt, Santa Ynez, Summerland y Vandenberg Village. organization is offering online resources and an application to help deliver Burton Mesa, Casmalia, Cuyama, United Way del Condado de Santa Bárbara está corriendo la voz. La the rental assistance to families in need, in unincorporated areas of the organización ofrece recursos en línea y una aplicación para ayudar a brindar Eastern Goleta Valley, Gaviota, Isla County. asistencia de alquiler a familias necesitadas, en áreas no incorporadas del condado. Vista, Los Alamos, Los Olivos, Montecito, “It’s really a scary domino effect,” said Steve Ortiz, President and CEO “Es realmente un efecto dominó aterrador,” dijo Steve Ortiz, presidente y Orcutt, Santa Ynez, Summerland, and of United Way of Santa Barbara County. “When someone loses their job director ejecutivo de United Way del Condado de Santa Bárbara. “Cuando alguien it quickly leads to food insecurity and threatens other basic needs for Vandenberg Village pierde su trabajo, rápidamente conduce a la inseguridad alimentaria y amenaza themselves and their families. This soon transitions to literally trying to keep otras necesidades básicas para ellos y sus familias. Esto pronto pasa a literalmente a roof over their heads,” said Ortiz. tratar de mantener un techo sobre sus cabezas,” dijo Ortiz. Cities like Santa Barbara and Goleta had similar funding allocated for emergency rental Ciudades como Santa Bárbara y Goleta tenían fondos similares asignados para asistencia de alquiler de assistance. The County, however, still has roughly $1 million it can provide to eligible families emergencia. Sin embargo, el condado todavía tiene aproximadamente $1 millón que puede proporcionar a las before a deadline at the end of November. familias elegibles antes de la fecha límite a fines de noviembre. Michael Kling and his family were one of the local recipients. After he and his wife lost their Michael Kling y su familia fueron unos de los beneficiarios locales. Después de que él y su esposa perdieron sus jobs in the spring, they were able to get by for a few months using unemployment benefits and trabajos en la primavera, fueron capaces de sobrevivir durante unos meses utilizando los beneficios de desempleo y their savings but that soon dried up. They were grateful to learn about the rental assistance sus ahorros, pero pronto se agotaron. Estuvieron agradecidos de aprender sobre el programa de asistencia de alquiler. program. “Esto ha sido un pequeño rayo de sol, creo, para darnos esa seguridad adicional para la vivienda,” dijo Kling, “This has been a little bit of a ray of sunshine, I think, to give us that extra housing cuya asistencia para el alquiler de tres meses termina después del próximo mes. “Saber que todo está arreglado desde security,” said Kling, whose three-month rent assistance ends after next month. “Knowing ahora hasta noviembre, a medida que se acercan los días festivos... ha marcado una gran diferencia para nosotros.” that everything’s taken care of now through November, as we go up into the holidays... it’s Las familias o personas que buscan ayuda deben haber perdido ingresos debido a la pandemia de COVID-19 made a big difference to us.” y vivir en áreas no incorporadas del condado y pueden verificar si su dirección es elegible usando este mapa de Families or individuals seeking the assistance must have lost income due to the COVID-19 United Way. Las familias elegibles también deben estar por debajo de ciertos umbrales de ingresos. Para verificar los pandemic and live in unincorporated areas of the County and can check if their address is eligible requisitos de elegibilidad y presentar una solicitud, visita www.unitedwaysb.org. using this map from United Way. Eligible families must also fall below certain income thresholds. Para ver el mapa, visita https://hmiscenter.com/city-boundaries/ To check eligibility requirements and to apply visit www.unitedwaysb.org. (todo lo que no aparece en la lista son áreas no incorporadas) To view the map visit https://hmiscenter.com/city-boundaries/ (everything not listed is unincorporated areas)

Landlords and Renters To find out if you are eligible for the United Way of Santa Barbara County’s Rental Assistance program, visit unitedwaysb.org Para saber si eres elegible para el programa de asistencia de alquiler de United Way del Condado de Santa Bárbara, visita unitedwaysb.org


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October 23, 2020

Time For Change?

Rolling On the Waterfront By Sigrid Toye, Special to VOICE


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INCE THINGS HERE IN SANTA BARBARA SEEM TO APPEAR A LITTLE MORE LIKE ‘NORMAL’ (what ever that means in these very strange times!) I can’t help noticing what I’ve always seen most often on weekends around the Cabrillo Boulevard, Stearns Wharf, and State Street intersection: loads of happy people in surreys – loaded with the entire family - and colorful bicycles cruising the waterfront! Did they just appear out of nowhere? Most likely not. Which led me on a quest to discover where the hot spot might be to acquire one of these super fun vehicles. Lo and behold, just a short distance away, I found Wheel Fun Rentals with doors open ready for business, just one block from the beach and Stearns Wharf, in the heart of the Funk Zone. Actually, they’re at the perfect starting point for rolling expeditions along Santa Barbara’s picturesque coastal bike paths. Ride up State Street, following the boardwalk past our beautiful beaches, roll on to the bird sanctuary and over to Coast Village Road... Long time employee, Joey Yznaga, was at the desk and confirmed that on weekends business was indeed always brisk. “I’ve been working here for over ten years and we get customers from all over, including the locals,” he shared. A native Santa Barbaran, he discovered the shop thanks to friends and decided to stay. “This place offers Joey Yznaga more than just rentals,” he announced. “There are self-guided bike tours, summer camp outings, birthday parties, and private events.” No kidding! The variety of vehicles piled into the shop is an Easy Rider’s candy store: Bicycles include Duce Coups (a low riding two seater), a Chopper (one seater as close to Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper as you could get), and my favorite, an electric bike! Ever since my son got an electric bike I’ve been yearning for one, most likely why this popular bike shop got my attention. Electric bikes allow for strenuous exercise along with the addition of delightful cruising should the rider’s overtaxed legs give out. Right about now though, I’d go for any bike just to get out of house arrest! Apparently I’m not the only one to have that thought as celebrities, such as local girl Katy Perry, has made her way around her home town on one of Wheel Fun’s rental bikes. So, I guess out-of-towners aren’t the only ones who flock to that location. Forgot to mention one other vehicle available for rent at Wheel Fun: the Moke. Looking much like an open air jeep, the Moke is an electric vehicle with a top speed of 25 mph and a maximum distance of 40 miles between charges. Mokes are street legal and the perfect way to explore the city’s historic sights in the warmth of the sun… and with no emissions! Needless to say, they are environmentally friendly as well as efficient. Less noise, less pollution, more fun! OK, I guess I could go for that, too, with a bunch of my friends piled in with me. Santa Barbara’s harbor and waterfront has endless fun things to do and areas to explore. One of the many advantages of writing this column is that I get to do that and share my adventures with you. There’s still lots more to do around town, even during this confusing time. So, stay tuned... 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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Community News Nick Kunstek Appointed Montecito GSA Groundwater Specialist

NICK KUNSTEK has joined the Montecito Groundwater Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency as their Groundwater Specialist. Kunstek assumes this position after having worked as a geoscientist for over a decade. Over the course of his career, his experiences have included reservoir characterization, operational procedures, exploration Nick Kunstek geology, data management, and technical workflows. He holds his bachelor’s degree in Geophysical Engineering from Montana Technological University. As Groundwater Specialist, Kunstek will support the Montecito GSA, which is currently working toward forming its Groundwater Sustainability Plan. https://montecitogsa.com

SB South Coast Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Cheyanne Brooks CHEYANNE BROOKS has assumed the position of Tourism and Communications Manager for the Santa Barbara South Coast Chamber of Commerce. A fourth generation Santa Barbara local, Brooks previously worked as the Santa Barbara Zoo’s Event Manager and at The Chamber of the Santa Barbara Region as its Marketing and Events Coordinator. Brooks graduated from University of California, Santa Barbara in 2014.

SBUSD Approves Solar Microgrids Across District


F THERE’S ONE THING SANTA BARBARA GETS PLENTY OF, it’s sunshine — and going forward, the Santa Barbara Unified School District will be putting that sunshine to work by implementing Solar Microgrid and standalone solar projects. The SBUSD reached this decision after reviewing studies and proposals from the nonprofit Clean Coalition and Sage Energy Consulting. Construction is hoped to begin next summer. “This visionary initiative will result in a trifecta of economic, environmental, and resilience benefits to the District,” said SBUSD Board President Laura Capps. “In addition, our schools with Solar Microgrids will have the ability to serve as places of refuge to the broader community, during grid outages of any duration. I am proud of the unanimous support that has been given to this effort across the District’s board, facilities staff, and former and current superintendents, as well as the support we’ve received from the community at large.” Clean Coalition and Sage Energy conducted feasibility studies across 18 SBUSD locations. The organizations then created a request for proposals, calling for designs for 14 locations to have a 28 year fixed rate power purchase agreement for solar. Out of these 14 locations, six will have full Solar Microgrids. Ultimately, Engie Services U.S. was selected to oversee and construct the projects at each site. This project will be a valuable and sustainable source of

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energy for the SBUSD, which is located in the grid-vulnerable Goleta Load Pocket. This pocket extends across 70 miles, and receives most of its power from a single set of transmission lines. These transmission lines are in an area that faces disruption risks from natural events such as earthquakes, fire, or mudslides. By installing Solar Microgrids and standalone solar projects across the SBUSD, the district will be able to generate and store solar energy to use for needs in communications, emergency staging, refrigeration, and more. Currently, the SBUSD is entering contract discussions with Engie Services U.S. The solar panels are planned to be installed as solar parking canopies in locations’ parking lots. These lots will in turn be ready for implementing electric vehicle charging infrastructure. To learn more about SBUSD, visit www.sbunified.org.

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KCLU Radio News Director Lance Orozco Awarded for Wildfire Coverage

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In a year of wins, Radio News Director Lance Orozco has been awarded the 2020 National Edward R. Murrow Award for Breaking News Coverage in the small-market radio division. Presented by the Radio Television Digital News Association, Orozco was selected to receive this award based on his on-scene reporting on the Maria Fire in 2019. This marks the second national award Orozco has won for his wildfire news coverage this year. In June, the Society of Professional Journalists gave Orozco the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Best Radio Breaking News Reporting in the smallmarket radio division. Lance Orozco Orozco has also received a number of regional awards over the course of 2020, including the Best Spot News Coverage Award and Best Sports Feature Story from the Associated Press Television and Radio Association. To hear archived clips of Orozco’s award-winning wildfire coverage, visit www.kclu.org/post/kclus-coverage-maria-wildfire#stream/0


T’S OFTEN HEARD THESE DAYS THAT THE FUTURE IS ELECTRIC. In the spirit of decreasing carbon emissions and promoting electric vehicle use locally, the City of Santa Barbara has installed 30 new electric vehicle charging stalls on the top floor of the Granada parking garage. “The City is actively looking to encourage electric vehicle adoption through thoughtful and widespread expansion of the City’s electric vehicle charging network and the development of programs that increase access to electric vehicles,” states the city’s official statement about the parking stalls. Southern California Edison’s Charge Ready Program funded the infrastructural changes needed to install the stations. The charging stations themselves were funded through a grant from the Santa Barbara Air Pollution Control District. On a local level, more than half of Santa Barbara’s greenhouse gas emissions consist of transportation emissions. However, by improving electric vehicle support, combined with Governor Gavin Newsom’s order that all new cars sold in California be zero-emissions by 2035, it is hoped emissions will be reduced significantly on a local and statewide level.


Bob’s Well Bread Bakery Opens Second Location in Ballard


FTER SIX YEARS OF SOLELY OPERATING OUT OF LOS ALAMOS, Bob’s Well Bread Bakery has opened its second location at the historic Ballard Store. Offering fresh, handmade baked goods and café items, this long-anticipated location will serve a new range of customers the same, beloved menu as their Los Alamos location. “Bob’s Well Bread Bakery and the Oswaks family are committed to products that are hand-made with only the finest ingredients and natural starters,” reads the company’s store opening announcement. “No added preservatives will be found in any of their baked items, and they strive to source ingredients locally using farmers and growers who practice the purest growing initiatives... Their commitment to being ‘well bread’ means doing good things, supporting the community, and donating what they don’t sell to local food banks.” Bob’s Well Bread Ballard Store was designed by the company’s owners and proprietors, Bob and Jane Oswaks. Consisting of 1500 square feet, the location currently offers outdoor dining that will seat 40 guests at a time. Once State of California health guidelines permit it, seating will include room for 25 indoor diners. Andrew Scherer will serve as this second location’s General Manager, with Chef Gary Clark overseeing the kitchen. The menu consists of daily baked pastries, including

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croissants, fruit pastries, pain au chocolat, and more. The location also offers an all-day breakfast, and made-to-order or ready-made lunch items. Its private label Well Bread Wines, which was created by winemaker Doug Margerum, will be available for purchase by the glass or bottle. The Ballard Store location is open Thursdays through Mondays from 8am to 4pm. For more information about Bob’s Well Bread Bakery, visit www.bobswellbread.com.


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EconomicVOICE A Winter Pandemic is Coming



HERE IS LITTLE DOUBT that this fall and winter will show a surge in pandemic illnesses and deaths. States in the Midwest and South will hurt the most, but also some northern states like Montana and North and South Dakota that don’t have statewide mask-wearing requirements. At least 793 new coronavirus deaths and 65,327 new cases were reported in the United States on October 15th. Over the past week, there has been an average of 54,399 cases per day, an increase of 25 percent from the average two weeks earlier. And this is just at the start of the flu season. As of Friday afternoon, more than 8,036,100 people in the United States had been infected with the coronavirus and at least 217,800 have died, according to a New York Times database. Who is listening as the holidays approach? Dr. Fauci has warned, “This is an outbreak of historic proportions, the likes of which we have not seen in 102 years,” referencing the 1918 flu. Death rates are actually increasing in 23 states at this writing. Just look at the numbers. There are now 40 states with increasing infection rates, and 22 states with increasing death rates. North and South Dakota, Kansas, Montana, and Alabama are the deadliest states, according to John Hopkins. There were 913,976 tests administered last Friday, with the positivity rate rising above five percent again; anything above that infection rate is not considered controllable by epidemiologists. So what does this pandemic surge mean for economic growth? We will be looking in the rear-view mirror with the upcoming Q3 GDP forecasts that predict on average a 35 percent GDP growth that could fool the U.S. into thinking the pandemic-induced

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recession has ended. A 35 percent annualized increase in Q3 GDP is about 7.8 percent QoQ, and would still leave real GDP down about 3.3 percent from last year’s Q4. The Q3 growth surge is partly due to a huge and probably temporary jump in retail sales, up 1.9 percent from August to September (seasonally adjusted), and were up 5.4 percent from September 2019. So what should be done? Harvard Professors Larry Summers and David Cutler predict a much worst outcome if more pandemic relief isn’t passed this year. They have just published a study in The Journal of the American Medical Association that says the total cost of the pandemic is estimated at more than $16 trillion, or approximately 90 percent of the annual gross domestic product of the U.S. by the fall of 2021 when the pandemic is predicted to have subsided. Approximately half of this amount is the lost income from the COVID-19–induced recession; the remainder is the economic effects of a shorter and less healthy life. “However,” they noted, “increased investment in testing and contact tracing (approx. $100m) could have economic benefits that are at least 30 times greater than the estimated costs of the investment in these approaches.” Professor Summers said in a recent Sunday Fareed Zakaria CNN interview that the total cost of the pandemic — including more than ten weeks of near total lockdown across most of the country, which caused the GDP in the second quarter to drop by more than a third — will eclipse the money the U.S. has spent on every war since September 11, 2001, including those in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. Now is the time, they say, to borrow more when the cost of money is so cheap — at almost zero interest — to start the projects that will bring down the pandemic infection rates and bring back longer-term growth and prevent the enormous waste in life and property that present inaction is costing Americans. There is really no alternative, or we will end up approaching the horrific 1918 Spanish flu death count, when we were much less prepared. 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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Santa Barbara Waterfront Department Welcomes New Staff


ANTA BARBARA’S HARBOR AND ITS SURROUNDING WATERFRONT is staffed by a crew of friendly professionals who have a reputation of being ready to assist travelers and locals alike. Recently, several new faces have joined their ranks and other staff have moved into new positions and new responsibilities. Erik Engebretson has moved into the position of Harbor Operations Manager after dedicating many years to the Santa Barbara waterfront. Prior to this promotion, he served as a Harbor Patrol Officer for 27 years and as a Harbor Patrol Supervisor for two years. Engebretson completed Santa Barbara City College’s Marine Diving Technology program, worked as a Wharf Maintenance Worker, and helped Erik Engebretson with the rebuilding of Stearns Wharf after its fire in 1986. He further helped the Wharf by acting as the first responder to its 1998 fire. He brings decades of experience and enthusiasm to serving the community in his new role. Emma Horanic was recently made a member of the Harbor Patrol Crew. She earned a degree in biology from University of California, Santa Barbara in 2019 and has consistently demonstrated her passion for the ocean. Her past experiences include working as an aquarist with the Research Experience and Education Facility (REEF) and as an assistant to the Dive Safety Officer while Emma Horanic at UCSB. She also interned with the Miller Laboratory, and upon graduation, decided to further her education by enrolling with Santa Barbara City College’s Marine Diving Technology program. Chris Shrake joins the Harbor Patrol Crew as a weekend crew member, selling software during the rest of the week. A Santa Barbara local, Shrake has shared that he enjoys working with the Harbor Patrol Crew because he gets to educate the public as well as appreciate a magnificent view. He holds his bachelor’s degree in sociology from California State University Channel Islands. Outside of his jobs, Shrake fishes, surfs, and cycles.

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Stella Nicodemus’ role with the Harbor Patrol Crew is just one of the many hats she wears. Currently, Nicodemus is a full time California Polytechnic State University student studying fire and fuels management. She also works as a Reserve Harbor Patrol Officer in Morro Bay, and as an EMT and lifeguard with Oceano Dunes State Park. In her limited time off from her many responsibilities, Nicodemus surfs and camps.

Angela Rodriguez has joined the Waterfront Department as an administrative assistant. Formerly employed at the City Clerk’s Office, Rodriguez is familiar with local government operations and organization. Born and raised in Carpinteria, she studied at Santa Barbara City College and holds her bachelor’s degree in communications from Sacramento State. Outside of work, Angela Rodriguez Rodriguez appreciates hiking, spending time with family and friends, and stand-up paddle boarding. www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/waterfront/default.asp


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Another business with a SHATTERED FRONT WINDOW. 2601 De la Vina St., Santa Barbara. Unknown if anything was taken. Police were on scene very early in the morning. Last Friday it was the REI doors. Recently many on State St. downtown.

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REI GETS NEW GLASS after front door is smashed in a 2:15am break in. Multiple solar lights taken by a stocky male with a duffle bag. Santa Barbara Police checked store and surrounding area. So far no word on any arrest. Suspect believed to have left towards Gutierrez St.

SOLVANG WINE shops tell me they hope the good weather continues. This is the Sanger Family of Wines on Mission Drive. Felt like France, Spain, and Italy in one tasting. Heard about it from longtime winemaker Brett Escalera on the Drew Wakefield Cork and Fork 1290 AM radio show.

The ISLA VISTA BAGEL CAFE celebrates 29 years! Many price roll backs underway now on amazing handcrafted bagel meals.

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THE CONCEPTION DIVE BOAT FATAL FIRE likely could have been prevented with a night watch crew member, better fire alarms, and different escape hatches. NTSB issues critical report on Truth Aquatics (Santa Barbara) and U.S. Coast Guard. https://keyt.com/news/santa-barbara-s-county/2020/10/20/ntsb-citesnegligence-in-fatal-conception-dive-boat-fire-off-santa-barbara-co ast/?fbclid=IwAR2e7zcdWYsZAsJwZkuDVQJnep5r5N7Pjtwrblz0UDLbng4SLXnD2sx9YE

GUNSHOTS lead to FELONY ARRESTS IN ISLA VISTA - two suspects taken down after failing to comply to orders for about an hour Sunday morning on El Colegio Rd. Shots from a handgun had been reported at 2am. Santa Barbara Sheriff with K9, and UCSB Police on it. One suspect was from Goleta. Another from Fresno. Facing charges for negligent discharge of a firearm (felony), failure to obey a peace officer (misdemeanor), resisting arrest (misdemeanor), driving under the influence of alcohol (misdemeanor), conspiracy (felony), and possession of a controlled substance (misdemeanor).

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Securing the Internet of Things Researchers at UC Santa Barbara are developing new techniques to address the vulnerabilities of smart devices


ATIONAL CYBER SECURITY AWARENESS MONTH provides an opportunity to explore emerging fields in information security. Perhaps none is as overlooked as the rapid emergence of network-enabled smart devices, what researchers call the Internet of Things. We’re used to thinking about applications on computers, but we are increasingly surrounded by networked devices: voiceactivated assistants, smart appliances, Wi-Fi cameras, video doorbells, and more. These electronics are the new forefront in cyber security. Giovanni Vigna focuses on this new frontier. “There is concern that there are a lot of hidden vulnerabilities in these devices,” he said. Vigna, a professor of computer science at UC Santa Barbara, serves as director of the campus’s Center for Cybersecurity and co-director of the Security Lab. Giovanni Vigna Manufacturers optimize networked electronics for ease of use, and that sometimes comes at the cost of eliminating security features. “Convenience versus security: this has been a tradeoff since the beginning of computing,” Vigna said. What’s more, if you want your phone to communicate with your bathroom scale, your watch and your thermostat, you have to resort to the lowest common denominator between all the devices, he explained. “A lot of people think that we can take current security analysis and, with little effort, repurpose it for smart devices. After all, it’s still code,” Vigna said. “But the vast majority cannot be simply repurposed.” For instance, unlike applications such as Microsoft Word, these programs don’t live in a convenient folder on a hard drive that security experts can access. These gadgets use a variety of different architectures and bespoke hardware. Just extracting the source code is a challenge, Vigna said, let alone analyzing it. “You actually need new approaches to be able to take this wide

variety of targets and execute them and analyze their security,” Vigna explained. That’s why the Security Lab is developing ways to extract the code from these devices and run them on virtual hardware, a technique called emulation. The researchers can train a machine learning algorithm by setting it to observe how the code interacts with the environment over hundreds of thousands of iterations. The algorithm can then begin to reproduce the functionality of a device’s hardware without the scientists ever having physical access to it. “It is reverse engineering at its best,” said Vigna. The team can emulate the hardware on their computers and execute the code without the physical device. In fact, virtualization and emulation have become key tools in tackling a variety of different research problems in this emerging field. Dealing with custom hardware is just one of the challenges of securing smart devices. Computers and phones have fully fledged operating systems, which include all sorts of security features. But the bare-bones operating systems on smart devices aren’t nearly as robust, Vigna explained. Because of the limited capacity of these devices, many resource-intensive security mechanisms can’t be implemented. In addition, when you purchase a computer or phone, the company behind it will issue updates and patches to address any vulnerabilities that present themselves. But there’s no guarantee the companies making smart devices will do the same, according to Vigna. A company could even go out of business, he said, and suddenly you’ll have, say, a whole system of cameras without any security support. The global supply chain further complicates this already messy landscape. A device is only as secure as its most vulnerable component. But when a company purchases a part from a supplier, they don’t receive the source code to check for vulnerabilities. This issue is exacerbated by the number of disparate components that go into the final product. The increasing number of devices with minimal security has created an opportunity for cyber criminals to assemble vast networks of compromised equipment relatively surreptitiously. Photos Courtesy of UC Santa Barbara

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“This already has happened,” said Vigna. “Just look at the MIRAI botnet.” The MIRAI malware is one of many programs that can take advantage of lax security on smart electronics to create a network of compromised devices, or botnet. “The biggest denial of service attack that ever happened was a bunch of these cameras that were compromised, not even in a sophisticated fashion,” Vigna continued. The cameras all had default accounts and passwords and were exposed to the internet. A malicious actor logged into them and used them to launch denial of service attacks, in which internet traffic overwhelms a server by sheer volume. “We use the MIRAI botnet to provide motivation for any of our research projects,” Vigna said. “You remember the MIRAI botnet? Yeah? That could happen again.” The Security Lab’s ability to reverse engineer and emulate devices is a useful research tool, but only automation will enable it to scale to a practical level. A lot of analysis requires performing actions tens to hundreds of thousands of times. What’s more, this analysis generally occurs in the lowest level of code: binary. “Data structure, functions, types, they are all gone,” Vigna said, “which makes the whole process incredibly hard.” Automating the process is the only way to do this efficiently and economically. “That’s why it’s a research topic,” he continued. “It’s not something that the industry can do at scale right now.” Printed with permission of UCSB Office of Public Affairs and Communications

A Home-Based Halloween UC Santa Barbara teams with students and community on rules, regulations, safety enhancements and alternative events ALLOWEEN IS EIGHT DAYS AWAY, and UC Santa Barbara already is embarking on plans aimed at ensuring another safe and locals-only celebration. The California Department of Public Health COVID-19 orders require UC Santa Barbara to restrict access to campus. Visitors are not permitted on campus outside of designated coastal access areas. Additional measures will be put in place to discourage unauthorized use of campus parking facilities. Also, as in years past, a number of restrictions will be in place on campus, in Isla Vista, and in the neighboring community. The campus will be closed to overnight visitor parking Friday and Saturday, October 30th and 31st, and only vehicles with valid permits will be allowed to park on campus. The restrictions will cease between 7:30am and 5pm to allow for normal business operations. Daily permits will expire at midnight Friday and Saturday, October 30th and 31st. In addition, police roadblocks may be in place at several intersections in Isla Vista Friday and Saturday, October 30th and 31st. As in previous years, some campus parking locations will be subject to closure and limited accessibility to support enhanced safety and security measures. Checkpoints also will be in place on all roads entering campus, and unauthorized

vehicles will be denied access. More information on parking restrictions and campus checkpoints is available at UCSB Transportation and Parking Services. Further, the festival ordinance prohibiting amplified music at residences will be in effect from 6pm until 7am Monday, October 26th, through Wednesday, November 4th. As necessary, emergency first aid for the public will be made available in campus Lot 40. In other restrictions, out-of-town visitors will not be permitted to park in local Goleta neighborhoods or in area public lots, such as those at Camino Real Marketplace, Girsh Park, Target, University Village Plaza, Fairview Center, and Calle Real Center. Cars parked in violation will be towed. The Associated Students Program Board will be hosting virtual events Friday and Saturday nights, October 30th and 31st, including a comedy show and a concert featuring different musical artists. Attendance is restricted to UC Santa Barbara students. In addition, the Isla Vista Community Services District (IVCSD) is partnering with Lucidity Festival to produce a Photo Courtesy of UC Santa Barbara


By Andrea Estrada / The UC Santa Barbara Current

virtual community-wide event for Halloween weekend. The event, “Halloween at Home: Virtually Lucid in Isla Vista,” will take place between 7pm and 1am October 30th and 31st. Hosted virtually from with the IVCSD offices, the event is open to the public via free pre-registration for a backstage Zoom room and a Facebook/YouTube/Twitch livestream. “Their events include costume and home decorating contests as well as streaming live music virtually,” said Katya Armistead, assistant vice chancellor and dean of student life, “Both AS Program Board and the CSD are looking to provide incentives to students and others in the Isla Vista community to stay home and participate in the online offerings.” Printed with permission of UCSB Office of Public Affairs and Communications


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10 WEST GALLERY: Fall 2020 Exhibition, in person & on-line ~ Nov 15 • 10 W Anapamu • Fri-Sun 12-4 • www.10westgallery.com • 805-770-7711. ARCHITECTURAL FOUNDATION GALLERY: Siempre Mas by Minga Opazo ~ Oct 31; Historic Preservation Sites by Patrick McGinnis ~ Nov 7-Dec 19 • 229 E Victoria • www.afsb.org/programs/art-gallery • 805-965-6307 ART, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM, UCSB: On-line: Outside In: The Architecture of Swith and Williams; Carefree California: Cliff May and the Romance of the Ranch House; Irresistible Delights: Recent Gifts to the Art Collection; Hostile Terrain 94; Common Bonds: Artists and Architects on Community; Irving J. Gill: Simplicity and Reform; and more • 805-893-2951 • www.museum.ucsb.edu/exhibitions/ ART FROM SCRAP GALLERY: many classes online • 805-884-0459 • www.exploreecology.org/art-from-scrap ATKINSON GALLERY @ SBCC: Muna Malik: Blessing of the Boats (outside) ~ Dec 11• gallery.sbcc.edu

Elizabeth U. Flanagan Artist (805) 886-0020 euflanagan@gmail.com BELLA ROSA GALLERIES: 1103-A State St • 11-5pm daily • 805-966-1707. CASA DE LA GUERRA: Closed/COVID-19 • 805-965-0093. CASA DOLORES: La Catrina from its Origins ~ Oct 30 - Nov 24 • www.casadolores.org • 1023 Bath St • 805-963-1032. CHANNING PEAKE GALLERY: Closed/ COVID-19 • 105 E Anapamu • 805-568-3994. COLETTE COSENTINO ATELIER + GALLERY: 11 W Anapamu • By Appt • 805-570-9863. COMMUNITY ARTS WORKSHOP: Closed/ COVID-19 • 631 Garden • 805-324-7443. CORRIDAN GALLERY: 125 N Milpas • www.corridan-gallery.com • 805-966-7939. CYPRESS GALLERY: Daily 11-5, Sun 2-5 • www.lompocart.org • 119 E Cypress Ave • 805-737-1129. DISTINCTIVE FRAMING N’ ART: 1333 State St • www.distinctiveframingnart.com • 805-882-2108

GALLERY LOS OLIVOS: 2920 Grand AVe, LO Thur-Mo 10-5 • 805-688-7517 • www.gallerylosolivos.com. GOLETA VALLEY LIBRARY: Closed/COVID-19 • 805-964-7878. GOLETA VALLEY ART ASSOCIATION: Ongoing virtual art exhibition ~ www.tgvaa.org/virtual-show/ GOLETA VALLEY COMMUNITY CENTER: El Corazón de Goleta by Barbara Eberhart • 55679 Hollister • www.thegvcc.org. HOSPICE OF SB, LEIGH BLOCK GALLERY: 2050 Alameda Padre Serra, #100 • Mo-Fr 9-5pm, By Appt • 805-563-8820. INSPIRATION GALLERY OF FINE ART: 1528 State St • 805-962-6444. JAMES MAIN FINE ART: 19th & 20th Cent American & European Fine art & antiques ~ Ongoing • 27 E De La Guerra St • Tu-Sa 12-5pm • Appts Suggested • 805-962-8347. JARDIN DE LAS GRANADAS: re[visit] 1925 by Kym Cochran & Jonathan Smith ~ Ongoing • 21 E Anapamu. JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER SB: Closed/COVID-19 • Virtual Juried Exhibition in partnership with Abstract Art Collective • 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 • Thurs-Sun 12-4 • lacumbrecenterforcreativearts@gmail.com LINDEN STUDIO AND GALLERY: 963 Linden Av, Carpinteria • 805-570-9195. LYNDA FAIRLY CARPINTERIA ARTS CENTER: Closed/COVID-19 • Virtual art classes • www.carpinteriaartscenter.org • 805-684-7789. MARCIA BURTT STUDIO: Bill Dewey, Works on Paper, and Reflections ~ Dec 6th • 517 Laguna St • Th-Su 1-5pm • 805-962-5588 • www.artlacuna.com.

“Spring Day at Ellwood Station”

Ralph Waterhouse

MICHAELKATE INTERIORS & ART GALLERY: Contemporary Art & Interior Design • 132 Santa Barbara St • Open Tu-Sat 10-6 • 805-963-1411

Waterhouse Gallery

MOXI, THE WOLF MUSEUM: Closed/ COVID-19 • 125 State St • Thu-Su 10-12 & 1-3 • 805-770-5000

5 x 7 Original Oil Painting

La Arcada at State St. & Figueroa Santa Barbara CA 93101 805-962-8885


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

MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART SB: Bloom Projects: Genevieve Gaignard, Outside Looking In • Thur-Sun 11-3pm • 805966-5373 • www.mcasantabarbara.org

Roe Anne White p h o t o g R A p h y

roeannewhite.com www.roeannewhite.com

MUSEUM OF VENTURA COUNTY: https://venturamuseum.org • Online at this time • 805-653-0323 PALM LOFT GALLERY: 410 Palm Av, Loft A1, Carp • By Appt • 805-684-9700 PEREGRINE GALLERIES: 1133 Coast Village Rd • 805-969-9673

Ruth Ellen Hoag Fine Art at GraySpace 805-689-0858


• https://tickets.sbma.net/ • www.sbma.net • 805-963-4364 SB MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: Now open • Outdoor areas open w/ RSVP • Wed - Sun 10-5 • www.sbnature.org • 805-682-4711 SILO 118: www.silo118.com.

PORCH: GALLERY: 3823 Santa Claus Ln • 805-684-0300

SLINGSHOT: AN ALPHA ART FORUM: Closed/COVID-19 • 805-770-3878.

PORTICO GALLERY: 1235 Coast Village Rd • 805-695-8850

SOLVANG ANTIQUES FINE ART GALLERY: 1693 Copenhagen Dr • 805-686-2322.

RODEO GALLERY & LOVEWORN: Wallace Piatt • 11 Anacapa St • 805-636-5611


RUTH ELLEN HOAG FINE ART @ GRAYSPACE GALLERY: NOT SO PLEIN #ONE by Markus Bacher ~ Oct 24-Nov 30 • On-Line painting classes • 219 Gray Av • Fri-Sun 1-4, RSVPs welcome • 805-689-0858

SULLIVAN GOSS: AN AMERICAN GALLERY: The Greenhouse: Liz Brady, Erika Carter & Virginia Mccracken ~ Oct 26 • The San Francisco Fall Show ~ Nov 30 • 11 E Anapamu St • 805-730-1460 • www.sullivangoss.com

SANSUM CLINIC LOWER LEVEL: The Art of Ballet II by Malcolm Tuffnell ~ Ongoing • 317 W Pueblo St • 805-898-3070 SANTA BARBARA ART WORKS: Artists with Disabilities • 28 E. Victoria St • www. sbartworks.org/shop • 805-260-6705 SANTA BARBARA ARTS: Thurs-Sun 11-5 • 805-884-1938 SANTA BARBARA FINE ART: Along The Way West: recent paintings by Michael Drury • 1321 State St • Thu-Sun 1-8 • 805-845-4270 SANTA BARBARA TENNIS CLUB: Sacred Conversation ~ Dec 4 • 10-4 daily by appt • 2375 Foothill Rd • 805-682-4722 SB BOTANIC GARDEN: members 9-10/ public 10-5 daily • www.sbbg.org • 805-682-4726 SB HISTORICAL MUSEUM: The Fiesta Project • Reopening as Outdoor Museum • 136 E De la Guerra • Thur noon-5, Fri noon-7; Sat 12-5 • 805-966-1601 SB MARITIME MUSEUM: Closed/COVID-19 • Online: Dwight Brooks Model Boat Collection • Lectures & art on-line www.SBMM.org • 805-962-8404 SB MUSEUM OF ART: Open Wed-Sun 11-5pm (9-11 for seniors / at-risk) • Online & Inperson exhibits: Highlights of the Permanent Collection ~ Ongoing • Small-Format American Paintings from the Permanent Collection • In the Meanwhile...Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Art

SYV HISTORICAL MUSEUM & CARRIAGE HOUSE: Closed/COVID-19 • 805-688-7889. UCSB LIBRARY: Closed/COVID-19 • www.library.ucsb.edu • 805-893-2478. VILLAGE FRAME & GALLERY: 1485 E Valley Rd #1 • 805-969-0524 WATERHOUSE GALLERY: Three Young Masters • La Arcada Ct, 1114 State St, #9 • www.waterhousegallery.com • 11-5pm Mon-Sat, 12-4pm Sun • 805-962-8885. WESTMONT RIDLEY-TREE MUSEUM OF ART: On-Line: Adjacent: Westmont Graduate Exhibition 2020 • 805-565-6162 • www.westmont.edu/museum WILDLING MUSEUM: Closed/COVID-19 • Online: Starry Nights: Visions of the Night Sky; 20/20: A Retrospective: Celebrating 20 Years of the Wildling Museum; Critters of the Tri-County Region: 2020 Photography Competition; Looking Beyond the Pandemic: A Collaboration with Allan Hancock College; A Mighty Oak: An Oak Habitat Mural by John Iwerks • 1511 B Mission Drive, Solvang • www.wildlingmuseum.org.

Due to COVID-19 safety concerns, many galleries and art venues are closed. Before traveling anywhere, please call ahead or check on-line where many local Galleries and Museums have created on-line exhibitions.

October 23, 2020

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Sullivan Goss: An American Gallery

Celebrating Local and National Artists with Fall Exhibitions

Photo by Priscilla, SantaBarbaraSeen.com

S Local Artist Fernando Vargas Builds Shrine Celebrating the Ocean


UT OF REVERENCE FOR THE OCEAN, local artist Fernando Vargas has created his Shrine celebrating its natural beauty. He embarked on this journey in February, when he started taking walks on the beach following a surgery. As he walked, he gathered shells and items that struck his eye. Moved by respect for the ocean and nature, he began crafting his Shrine out of driftwood, shells, and more to honor the waves he so dearly loves. Currently retired, Vargas has presented his Shrine to Friendship Manor in Goleta, where he has lived for the past four years. He expressed that while viewers of his work can form their own interpretations, the Shrine “[offers] a view into ocean life from its deepest parts where it is still pure, clean, and untouched by humans.” He hopes that his work in turn inspires others to appreciate the pristiness of nature.

RECEPTIONS & EVENTS Pianos on State 2020: Pianos Online in Support of Music & Art Call for Entries • Application Deadline October 26th, 5pm Info & application: www.sbcaw.org/pianos Pianos el la Calle State 2020: Pianos en línea en apoyo de la música y el arte Convocatoria • Fecha límite de solicitud 26 de octubre, 5pm Información y aplicación: www.sbcaw.org/pianos

Collage Is…Collage Ain’t: A Discussion with Marshall Brown (via Zoom) Working through the intertwined histories of art, architecture, and photography, Marshall Brown’s collages create new connections, associations, and meanings among disparate architectural and photographic sources. This talk focuses on collage making as a transgressive medium that embraces multiple histories, formal impurities, and uncertain visions for the future. Marshall Brown is an architect, artist, and director of the Princeton Urban Imagination Center. Mon, Oct. 26th, 12 – 1pm • Free • Reserve tickets at https://tickets.sbma.net El collage es ... El collage no lo es: Una discusión con Marshall Brown (a través de Zoom) Trabajando a través de historias entrelazadas del arte, la arquitectura y la fotografía, los collages de Marshall Brown crean nuevas conexiones, asociaciones y significados entre fuentes arquitectónicas y fotográficas dispares. Esta charla se centra en la creación de collages como un medio transgresor que abarca múltiples historias, impurezas formales y visiones inciertas para el futuro. Marshall Brown es arquitecto, artista y director del Princeton Urban Imagination Center. Lunes, 26 de octubre, de 12 a 1pm • Gratis • Reserva boletos en https://tickets.sbma.net Sundays, 10am-dusk: SB Arts & Crafts Show • Cabrillo Blvd (State to Calle Puerto Vallarta) • 805-897-1982 Thursdays, 3pm-dusk: Carpinteria Creative Arts Show 800 Block of Linden Av, 805-291-1957

By Daisy Scott / VOICE

TRONG, FLOWER CROWNED WOMEN. Mice figurines living in their own tiny worlds. Soaring skyscapes above calm oceans. California landscapes hanging beside 60s’ abstract works. This fall, visitors of Sullivan Goss – An American Gallery will be greeted with these delightful works and more as they explore The Green House and The San Francisco Fall Show exhibitions. Centered around local artists Liz Brady, Erika Carter, and Virginia McCracken who made the House their studio, The Green House honors the role Green House Studios plays in the Santa Barbara In Their Room, 2020 by Virginia McCracken | 4.875 x 4.625 x 2.375” | Mixed media community. A consistent assemblage symbol of the Funk Zone, each of these artist’s works are unique in subject matter, but united in mutual feelings of peace and wonder. Brady utilizes her skills as a painter to depict sweeping scenes of birds, ocean, and above all, open skies. Carter’s portraits depict her mother, sisters, and herself in a style that responds to her Mexican heritage and Montecito childhood. McCracken, ever enchanted with the idea of pixies and secret worlds, invites each viewer into a private realm, consisting of small mice figures living within box assemblages. Gaviota Coast, 2020 by Liz Brady Now, as a proposed redevelopment project threatens to tear down Green 40”x30” | Oil and graphite on panel House Studios’ current location, Sullivan Goss’ exhibition calls attention to these artists’ achievements. The exhibition displays 83 works, and will end on October 26th. “All three of these women are, I would say, entrepreneurs, and they really have figured out how to make work that people can afford, that people want to buy, and so they’ve kept something going,” offered Jeremy Tessmer, Gallery Director for Sullivan Goss. “It’s not a hobby, it’s a hometown success story.” Sullivan Goss is also participating in the San Francisco Fall Show of Art, Antiques, and Design. With 30 works ranging from 1879 to the present day, including paintings, sculptures, and prints, this exhibition is a celebration of art itself. Represented styles embrace realism, impressionism, cubism, abstract expressionism, and more. Rather than having a central theme tying pieces together, each work has been chosen for its stylistic principles, the interests of the San Francisco market, and how it represents the strength of Eloisa De La Loma, Madre, 2020 by Sullivan Goss as a gallery. Erika Carter | 84”x48” | Acrylic on “Because we are the only panel large gallery here in town, we Abstracted Landscape, c. 1990s by Bjorn Rye have a responsibility to carry an incredibly diverse array of material,” (1942-1998) | 36”x36” | Oil on canvas Tessmer shared. As this year’s San Francisco Fall Show is virtual, Sullivan Goss’ participating works will stay in Santa Barbara for local enjoyment. Patrons can view and purchase works via https:// incollect.com/sffallshow. Even though the virtual event concludes on October 25th, Sullivan Goss will keep this exhibition open until November 30th. “What’s fun about this is a lot of people here in town don’t really know what Sullivan Goss looks like when we go to other cities and present ourselves ,” Tessmer explained. “Traditionally, dealers use art fairs to show off their best and most desirable things for that marketplace. And so, in a very real way, this is like seeing our art fair booth without having to leave town.” Currently, Sullivan Goss is open and operating under COVID-19 public health guidelines. To learn more or view exhibits, visit www.sullivangoss.com.

Waxing Moon Over Topa Topa, 2020 by Meredith Brooks Abbott | 36”x48” | Oil on canvas

Due to the Shelter-in-Place order and COVID-19 safety concerns, many galleries and art venues are closed. Before traveling anywhere, please call ahead or check on-line where you may discover that many local Galleries and Museums have created on-line exhibitions.


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October 23, 2020

Ongoing Community Resources & Activities

In the Time of COVID-19

CONTESTS Let’s Get Cooking! : The SB Maritime Museum is hosting a Sustainable Seafood Recipe Contest extended through October 24th. Open to families, couples, and individuals 14 years or older, recipe contest entries must include original recipes. Winners will be announced November 1st. For guidelines and to submit recipes visit https://tinyurl.com/yxus5u4f

MUSEUMS & THE ARTS 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 Live, Interactive, Virtual Field Trips programs for students grades K to 12, organized by the SB Museum of Natural History, are now available for student groups of up to 30. Museum educators will be joining students for journeys that start in the Museum halls and then transport them in space and time to explore the wonders and secrets beyond the exhibits. All programs align with Next Generation Science Standards. Each class group is $100 per program. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y6284qyp 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. The Museum is open to the public Wed-Sun, 11-5pm and early morning admission (9-11am) for Seniors and at-risk members of the community Reservations are required. www.sbma.net UCSB Arts & Lectures: Stay connected with UCSB Arts & Lectures through digital arts and cultural content. Join their email list at www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu to receive new content. The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center - Online: The Arts Center will be posting daily activities on Facebook and Instagram to inspire the community to create, engage, and connect. Find virtual art classes, live concerts, and music streams, art activities for all ages, and virtual galleries at: https://carpinteriaartscenter.org MOXI@Home - Weekly Topics to Inspire Exploration at Home: Programming will include 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: Bringing 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. October’s Add-On Kit: Spooky Sculptures. To purchase ($21.25-$65) visit http://www.moxi.org/makerkits Explore Ecology’s New Virtual Learning Page: It’s an online classroom that showcases virtual workshops and lessons, 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/ 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. www.sbmm.org/at-home SBIFF Family Film Fun – Coraline: Everything is not what it seems in this week’s Family Film Fun, Coraline. Download the activity guide at https://tinyurl.com/yy9yotqe 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

MUSIC Luke Theatre’s Virtual Concert Series - Mendeleyev in Concert & Resonance: 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. Watch the free concerts at www.luketheatre.org Camerata Pacifica Concert at Home!: 60 to 75 minute programs from the Camerata video library, curated by Artistic Director Adrian Spence, will be shared every Sunday at 10am & 6pm on YouTube Live: https://tinyurl.com/yb2llz43 11:30am on Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/cameratasb 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

LA Philharmonic’s Sound/Stage is a nine-part series that will be streamed for free through November 30th. A new episode will be released on Fridays. For a complete schedule and to watch the concerts visit www.laphil.com/soundstage Join CAMA for Classic Cocktails via Zoom every Friday at 5pm, coinciding with the weekly concert. RSVP to deborah@deborahmarksbertling.com

OUTDOORS Casa del Herrero is open to the general public. While indoor spaces remain closed, guests will now engage in a reimagined self-guided garden tour utilizing QR codes. Book your tour by calling 805-565-5653. Each tour is first come, first serve with a maximum of six visitors allowed per tour. Admission 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 twoweek sessions through December 18th for elementary school children, ages seven through 12. To register ($50) visit https://tinyurl.com/y2c27uyq SBMNH’s Nature Nook: Sea Center interpreters and volunteers are bringing a little bit of the Sea Center to the SB Museum of Natural History’s campus with the new Nature Nook, offering engaging Museum and Sea Center activities. Check out the web calendar to plan your next visit at www.sbnature.org/visit/calendar SBMNH Sea Center: Outdoor spaces are open to the public Wednesdays to Sundays, from 10am to 5pm. Visitors will have access to the Wet Deck for exploring life beneath Stearns Wharf and touch the Swell Sharks, sea anemones, sea stars, and other animals. Indoor exhibits are now open at 25 percent capacity www.sbnature.org SB Zoo Extended Summer Hours: The Zoo’s hours of operation have been extended from 10am to 7pm with early entry for Zoo Members starting at 9am. Online reservations are still required. Reserve your spot at www.sbzoo.org Solvang Food Tours Open: Eat This Shoot That invites you to enjoy a three hour outdoor food tour and stroll through iconic Solvang. Use code FOODIENL10 to get ten percent off all in-person food tour tickets. To buy tickets ($109/$99) visit https://tinyurl.com/yxbttas5 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 the first and third weekends of the month from 10am to 4pm and Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am-1pm. 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 to the general public from Friday to Tuesday, 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. Register for online classes/events: www.sbbg.org/classes-events SB Museum of Natural History’s outdoor exhibits are open by reservation only from Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am to 5pm. Guests will have access to wander and explore the Backyard and shady wooded areas along Mission Creek. Indoor exhibits are open at 25 percent capacity. www.sbnature.org

Ganna Walska Lotusland

Lotusland Open to the Public: 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 Self-Guided Tour call 805.969.9990. www.lotusland.org

Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

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

RESOURCES & WORKSHOPS 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 for parents and children visit https://tinyurl.com/y8ffq28m 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 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! Free Online Workshops: From topics such as Body Image During Corona to Parenting in Place to Couples’ Issues in Extreme Conditions, AHA! therapists and coaches are offering free online workshops. Preregistration is required. For a complete schedule and to register visit https://ahasb.org/ 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 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 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 each week about the next event in the webinar series. 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 Library Sidewalk Service Locations Added at Eastside, Montecito, and Carpinteria locations in addition to Central Library. Days and times for each location vary. Book drops will also be open at each location during Sidewalk Service hours. This contactless pickup service is only available to SBPL cardholders. https://tinyurl.com/y7pkvas7 COVID-19 Isolation Support Group: New Beginnings is offering a free COVID-19 Isolation Support Group on Mondays from 5:30 to 7pm via Zoom. To sign up call or text 805-419-3212. https://tinyurl.com/y235zn2r United Boys & Girls Clubs of SB County After-School program: Monday through Friday 3 to 6pm. Free for all students who qualify for free and reduced lunch. For three hours every weekday, hundreds of children will be able to take dance and yoga classes, learn organic gardening, take part in outdoor activities, and eat a healthy snack. Register at: www.unitedbg.org/parent TEDxSantaBarbara Spurs Change: TEDxSantaBarbara, a locally organized offshoot of the international TED nonprofit, kicked off Making Waves: Conversations with Influencers and Disruptors, a series of virtual talks to address two major issues facing society today – COVID-19 and systemic racism. The online events will be free and broadcasted live on Zoom and Facebook on Wednesdays at 4pm through December 2020. Reserve tickets at: www.TEDxSantaBarbara.com Cor Art Classes: Workshops for the Human Spirit: The Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative is offering classes for participants to renew, refresh, process, feel some playfulness and freedom, and to learn skills helpful in these changing times. Classes start in October, fees are discounted for all and scholarships are also available. For the full class list, to sign up for a class and/or apply for a scholarship visit www.sbcaw.org/classes Valiant Voices – Virtual Meetups: Throughout the month of October, Domestic Violence Solutions is hosting virtual meetups every Thursday at 6pm via Zoom. Join the community in honoring survivors, remembering those who have lost their lives, and learning about this important issue. Registration is required at www.dvsolutions.org/valiantvoices CADA’s Summit for Danny Community Climb Challenge: Through October 31st at Elings Park, choose one of two marked trails – three or seven miles – at Elings Park and hike anytime within the three week window. Prizes will be awarded. A minimum pledge of $50 is required for adults; $25 for youth (8-18); kids 7 and under hike free. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y9gg53my

October 23, 2020

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Leading activists, creatives and thinkers confront racism in America, guiding us towards racial equality.

“I believe that you see something that you want to get done, you cannot give up, and you cannot give in.” – John Lewis Civil rights leader and U.S. Congressman

Virtual Pack $80 (Includes the 8 virtual events slated for Oct-Jan) Single tickets start at $10 UCSB students: FREE! (Registration required) Events begin at 5 PM Pacific

Nov 17

(Except Rhiannon Giddens which starts at 11 AM Pacific)

John Lewis: Good Trouble

More events will be announced soon.

Screening and Q&A with filmmaker Dawn Porter


Oct 19

Dr. Ibram X. Kendi

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NatureTrack Film Festival Announces Winning Films for 2020 Virtual Edition


HE THIRD ANNUAL NATURETRACK FILM FESTIVAL was pushed to go viral this year, but this “push” allowed for a broader audience reach. For ten days, audiences from near and far, enjoyed live-action and animated films about water, that included people’s relationship to it, the creatures that call it home, its importance to the health of the planet, and called attention to the sad state that waters are in now. “We pulled the rabbit out of the hat! While it was challenging to move the festival to the virtual platform, it proved to be the absolute best decision,” shared Sue Eisaguirre, Founder of NTFF. “We are able to celebrate the success of a maiden voyage. We had more than 4,500 total streams, broadened our reach across the country as well as internationally. Because of this forced experiment to go online, we learned there is a larger and broader audience for nature-based films.” As the Film Festival came to an end, awards were presented in the following categories:

Best in Festival Award for shorts: Kokoly by Blue Ventures, Garth Cripps & Paul Antion Kids Connecting with Nature – The Dan Conaway Award:

Igniting Passion for (and with) Nature Award: By Hand by Kellen Keene Documentary features that won Best in their respective categories: Best in Adventure – Queen Without Land by Asgeir Helgestad

Best in Festival Award for features (a tie): Realm of the Robber by Moritz Katz & Braydon Moloney

Audience Award tied between two passionate animal films:

Best in Conservation – Lost Kings of Bioko by Oliver Goetzel

The Beaver Believers by Sarah Koenigsberg

Best in Biographies – The Earthing Movie: The Remarkable Science of Grounding by Josh & Rebecca Tickell

Saliega’s Lineage, The Return of the Iberian Lynx by Javier Ortega Martínez

Best Shorts in their respective categories are: Best in Adventure – ICEolation by Sophie Ballagh & Ewan Blyth Best in Outdoors & Out of Bounds – One Breath Around the World by Guillaume Néry Best in Conservation – Ferret Town by Virginia Moore Best in Biographies – Kokoly by Blue Ventures, Garth Cripps & Paul Antion Best in Scenic – Carrizo Plain - A Sense of Place by Jeff McLoughlin Best in Animation – Six Mile Stretch by Carol Chambers Best in Student – Yikásdáhí - Awaits the Dawn by Gabriela Clar

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From November 1st through December 31st don’t miss The Oak Group exhibition, The Link Between Man and Nature, for which the NatureTrack Foundation is the beneficiary of a generous portion of the sale of the art. For 34 years, the tradition of The Oak Group continues by calling attention to and supporting the preservation of open spaces in the natural world. The artists’ mission aligns with NatureTrack’s mission which strives to instill young students to be respectful stewards of nature with free outdoor field trips. See the virtual exhibition at www.oakgroup.org

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For an hour on Saturday, October 17th, local reporters Josh Molina, Jerry Roberts, and Lisa André posed questions for a debate between the top two contenders for the 24th Congressional District, that spans from San Luis Obispo, to Santa Barbara, and into a portion of Ventura County. The debate was between Representative Salud Carbajal and Republican Andy Caldwell. Carbajal was elected to Congress in 2016 after serving for 12 years on the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors. He is running for a third term to represent the 24th District. Caldwell has lived in the area for over 50 years, graduating from Lompoc High School and from UC San Diego, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 1980. He is the founder of the Coalition of Labor, Agriculture, and Business (COLAB), with 1,000 members in Santa Barbara County and with chapters in other California counties.The debate was moderated by KEYT’s Scott Hennessee.

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HE BOTTOM LINE TAKEAWAY ON KEYT’S CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE between Rep. Salud Carbajal and Republican challenger Andy Caldwell on Saturday came in the closing statement of the Democratic incumbent: “You have a clear choice between the two of us,” said Carbajal. Talk about the understatement of the century. In a civil but spirited – to the extent such a thing is possible when the principals were 3,000 miles apart and participants scattered from Santa Maria to TV Hill - the candidates in the 24th Congressional District over 60 minutes answered 20 questions – with sharp, ideological differences emerging on virtually every one. On issue after issue, from Rep. Salud Carbajal Andy Caldwell the Affordable Act, abortion rights, an automatic weapons ban, another federal pandemic bill (Salud’s for, Andy’s against), to expanded offshore oil drilling, nuclear power, Trump’s tax cuts, lifting pandemic business restrictions (Andy’s for, Salud’s against), the rivals offered clear and direct answers that seemed to make impossible the chances that any voter could remain undecided after hearing from the two of them. Carbajal appeared via the miracle of Zoom from Washington D.C., where he perched himself before a black and white print of the Capitol rotunda hanging on the wall of the hotel suite where he’s been quarantined with COVID - very good optics; Caldwell stood before a black background in what he jokingly described to reporters before the debate as an “undisclosed location,” featuring a friend’s high-end audio equipment, probably in North County. Caldwell was by far more aggressive throughout, accusing Carbajal of ducking earlier debates (“hiding from the constituency”); attacking him as a profligate liberal (“no solutions except tax and spend and spend and spend”); portraying him as an elitist (“Montecito-backed and UCSBvoted-in”) and positioning him only slightly to the left of Karl Marx (“he’s voted 95 percent of the time with AOC (left-wing Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez), a confessed socialist”); Carbajal kept smiling and repeatedly protesting that, “Mr. Caldwell is putting forth a lot of misinformation,” Moderator Scott Hennessee at least until his closing statement, when he landed a couple of hard shots portraying Caldwell as an anti-feminist, anti-health care “lobbyist for the oil industry.” Under the smooth and skilled orchestration of KEYT moderator Scott Hennessee and the watchful eye of news director Jim Lemon, the event moved swiftly and steadily through inquiries sent in by viewers and posed consecutively by Lisa André of the Santa Ynez Valley News, in Santa Maria; Noozhawk’s man on the scene Josh Molina in Goleta, and the Newsmakers National Desk, somewhere in the Wildland-Urban Interface. There were no injuries.

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El Banco de Comida del Condado de Santa Barbara distribuirá comestibles saludables y productos frescos gratuitos a la communidad en los siguientes sitios. No se requiere documentos ni cita previa para asistir los sitios. Todos son bienvenidos. Se han tomado medidas para garantizar la seguridad y limpieza de cada sitio. Por favor visite FoodbankSBC.org para ver la lista completa de los lugares donde puede recibir alimentos, productos frescos o comidas preparadas.


Orcutt Presbyterian Church 993 Patterson Rd. Cada viernes, 2pm-4pm

Allan Hancock College 800 S. College Dr. Cada martes y jueves, 11am Catholic Charities 607 W. Main St. Cada martes y viernes, 12pm-2pm Elks Lodge 1309 N. Bradley Rd. Cada jueves, 9am

Coast Valley Worship Center 2548 S. Broadway Cada martes, 10am-11am Angel Food/Pacific Christian 1217D S. Blosser Rd. Cada sábado, 9am-12pm Salvation Army 200 W. Cook Ave. Cada lunes, miércoles y viernes 9am-4pm St. John Neumann Church 966 W. Orchard St. 2do miércoles, 9am-10am Oasis Orcutt Senior Center 420 Soares Ave. 3er jueves, 9:30am-11am Evans Park 200 W. Williams St. 3er viernes, 3pm Rancho Hermosa 235 E. Inger Dr. 1er viernes, 3pm

NIPOMO Nipomo Food Basket 197 W. Tefft St. Cada lunes, martes y jueves 10am-1pm


Village Chapel 3915 Constellation Rd. 1er y 3er martes, 10:30am-1pm 4to viernes, 3pm FSA Dorothy Jackson Resource Center 646 N.H St. Cada lunes y viernes, 10am-12pm Lompoc High School 515 W. College Ave. El último sábado de cada mes, 8:30am Catholic Charities 352 N. 2nd St. De lunes a viernes, 10am-11:45am 12:30pm-2pm Santa Rita Village 926 W. Apricot Ave 4to miércoles, 10:30am


Los Alamos Senior Center 690 Bell St. Cada sábado, 10am-11:30am 2do miércoles, 3pm People Helping People 260 Gonzales Dr. Cada dos jueves, 10am-11am (Julio 30)


Guadalupe Senior Center 4545 10th St. Cada jueves, 11:30am-2pm Beatitude House 267 Campodonico Ave. Cada martes, 11:30am-12:45pm Family Service Center 4681 11th St. El último jueves de cada mes, 12pm Ranch Acres 1050 Escalante Dr. 4to martes, 3pm

BUELLTON Buellton Senior Center 164 W. Hwy 246 (Detras de la oficina de correos) De lunes a viernes, 9am-3pm


Salvation Army 4849 Hollister Ave. Cada martes, 9am-12pm & 1pm-4pm Cada miércoles 1pm-4pm & 5:30pm-7:30pm

Westside Community Center 423 W. Victoria St. Cada lunes y miércoles 1pm-3pm, viernes, 9am-11am Children’s Park (Lower Westside) 520 Wentworth Ave. 1er martes, 1pm 2do martes, 1pm Franklin Community Center 1136 E. Montecito St. 3er martes, 1:30pm Cada jueves, 1pm Presidio Springs 721 Laguna St. 2do miércoles, 4pm-6pm Catholic Charities 609 E. Haley St. De lunes a viernes, 9am-4:30pm New Life Church 50 E. Alamar Ave. 3er martes, 1pm-2:30pm Grace Food Pantry 3869 State St. 1er, 2do y 4to sábado, 9am-10am

Santa Barbara City College 721 Cliff Drive Cada miércoles, 2:30p-4pm Positano Apartments 11 Camino De Vida 3er lunes, 3pm

SAN LUIS OBISPO St. Patrick’s Church 501 Fair Oaks Ave. De martes a jueves, 4pm-5pm



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Isla Vista Youth Projects 5638 Hollister Ave., Suite 200 SOLO por cita, contáctese Ana Maya, 805-869-3303 Good Shepherd Pantry 380 N. Fairview Ave. 1er sábado, 9am Goleta Valley Church 595 N. Fairview Ave. 3er sábado, 8am-10am Sandpiper Apartments 375 Ellwood Beach Dr. 1er jueves, 9am

UCSB 2837 UCEN (Solo estudiantes de UCSB) Cada miércoles y viernes, 10am-3pm

CARPINTERIA Carpinteria Children's Project 5201 8th St. Distribuciones dos veces al mes Miércoles, 3pm-5:30pm 9 y 23 septiembre 7 y 21 octubre 4 y 18 noviembre 2 y 16 diciembre

SOLVANG/SANTA YNEZ Bethania Lutheran Church 603 Atterdag Rd. Cada martes, 5:15pm-6:45pm Golden Inn Village Family 890 Refugio Rd. 4to lunes, 2:30pm-4pm

NEW CUYAMA Cuyama Family Resource Center 4689 Highway 166 3er miércoles, 12pm

EMERGENCY FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS UPDATED SEPTEMBER 3 Foodbank of Santa Barbara County will distribute free groceries and fresh produce at the following locations. No documentation/registration required. Everyone is welcome. Measures have been taken to ensure the safety and cleanliness of each site. For a complete list of sites where you can receive groceries, fresh produce, or prepared meals, please visit FoodbankSBC.org.



Coast Valley Worship Center 2548 S. Broadway Every Tuesday, 10am-11am

Village Chapel 3915 Constellation Rd. 1st and 3rd Tuesday, 10:30am-1pm 4th Friday, 3pm FSA Dorothy Jackson Resource Center 646 N.H St. Every Monday and Friday, 10am-12pm Lompoc High School 515 W. College Ave. Last Saturday of the month, 8:30am Catholic Charities 352 N. 2nd St. Monday-Friday, 10am-11:45am 12:30pm-2pm Santa Rita Village 926 W. Apricot Ave 4th Wednesday, 10:30am

Angel Food/Pacific Christian 1217D S. Blosser Rd. Every Saturday, 9am-12pm


Orcutt Presbyterian Church 993 Patterson Rd. Every Friday, 2pm-4pm

Allan Hancock College 800 S. College Dr. Every Tuesday and Thursday, 11am Catholic Charities 607 W. Main St. Every Tuesday and Friday, 12pm-2pm Elks Lodge 1309 N. Bradley Rd. Every Thursday, 9am

Salvation Army 200 W. Cook Ave. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9am-4pm St. John Neumann Church 966 W. Orchard St. 2nd Wednesday, 9am-10am Oasis Orcutt Senior Center 420 Soares Ave. 3rd Thursday, 9:30am-11am Evans Park 200 W. Williams St. 3rd Friday, 3pm Rancho Hermosa 235 E. Inger Dr. 1st Friday, 3pm

NIPOMO Nipomo Food Basket 197 W. Tefft St. Every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 10am-1pm


Salvation Army 4849 Hollister Ave. Every Tuesday, 9am-12pm & 1pm-4pm Every Wednesday 1pm-4pm & 5:30pm-7:30pm Westside Community Center 423 W. Victoria St. Every Monday and Wednesday 1pm-3pm, Friday, 9am-11am

Children’s Park (Lower Westside) 520 Wentworth Ave. 1st Tuesday, 1pm 2nd Tuesday, 1pm




GOLETA/ISLA VISTA Isla Vista Youth Projects 5638 Hollister Ave., Suite 200 By Appointment ONLY Contact Ana Maya, 805-869-3303 Good Shepherd Pantry 380 N. Fairview Ave. 1st Saturday, 9am Goleta Valley Church 595 N. Fairview Ave. 3rd Saturday, 8am-10am Sandpiper Apartments 375 Ellwood Beach Dr. 1st Thursday, 9am

Franklin Community Center 1136 E. Montecito St. 3rd Tuesday, 1:30pm Every Thursday, 1pm

UCSB 2837 UCEN (UCSB Students Only) Every Wednesday and Friday 10am-3pm

Los Alamos Senior Center 690 Bell St. Every Saturday, 10am-11:30am 2nd Wednesday, 3pm People Helping People 260 Gonzales Dr. Every other Thursday (7/30), 10am-11am

Presidio Springs 721 Laguna St. 2nd Wednesday, 4pm-6pm



New Life Church 50 E. Alamar Ave. 3rd Tuesday, 1pm-2:30pm

Carpinteria Children's Project 5201 8th St. Distributions twice a month Wednesdays, 3pm-5:30pm September 9 and 23 October 7 and 21 November 4 and 18 December 2 and 16

Grace Food Pantry 3869 State St. 1st, 2nd & 4th Saturday, 9am-10am


Santa Barbara City College 721 Cliff Drive Every Wednesday, 2:30p-4pm

Bethania Lutheran Church 603 Atterdag Rd. Every Tuesday, 5:15pm-6:45pm

Guadalupe Senior Center 4545 10th St. Every Thursday, 11:30am-2pm Beatitude House 267 Campodonico Ave. Every Tuesday, 11:30am-12:45pm Family Service Center 4681 11th St. Last Thursday of the month, 12pm Ranch Acres 1050 Escalante Dr. 4th Tuesday, 3pm

Catholic Charities 609 E. Haley St. Monday-Friday, 9am-4:30pm

Positano Apartments 11 Camino De Vida 3rd Monday, 3pm



Buellton Senior Center 164 W. Hwy 246 (Behind post office) Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm

St. Patrick’s Church 501 Fair Oaks Ave. Tuesday-Thursday, 4pm-5pm

Golden Inn Village Family 890 Refugio Rd. 4th Monday, 2:30pm-4pm

NEW CUYAMA Cuyama Family Resource Center 4689 Highway 166 3rd Wednesday, 12pm

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Respect. Perseverance. Compassion. Even in the midst of these unique and uncertain times, Bishop Diego High School continues to grow and thrive. The many efforts to upgrade our technology infrastructure gave us the foundation we needed to maintain high academic standards and achievement. We are now truly on the cutting edge of high schools offering in-person, remote and distance learning. A Bishop education forms young men and women not just into excellent students but into people of character, as they are taught to lead lives guided by the Christian principles of Respect, Perseverance, and Compassion. The spiritual and emotional health of our students is our highest priority, and we have continued to find creative ways to reimagine spiritual and extracurricular activities with social distancing measures in place. Despite the challenges presented by the global pandemic, it is still a great day to be a Cardinal! Applications for the 2021-22 school year are officially opened. For more information, please attend one of our Admissions Information sessions. Sign up by visiting our website, or email admissions@bishopdiego.org, or calling Erika Van Wingerden at (805)967-1266 x114

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601 E Micheltorena St 68 | Santa Barbara | 3BD/3BA DRE 00938841 | Offered at $1,349,000 Bob Curtis 805.895.1951

0000 Maricopa Hwy | Ojai | 14.1± Acres DRE 01155355 | Offered at $14,000,000 William M Reed 805.896.3002

109 Olive Mill Rd | Santa Barbara | 3BD/5BA DRE 00914713/00978392 | Offered at $5,495,000 Tim Walsh 805.259.8808

1098 Toro Canyon Rd | Santa Barbara | 2BD/1BA DRE 01939922 | Offered at $3,400,000 Hutch Axilrod 805.637.6378

1100 Palomino Rd | Santa Barbara | 6BD/5BA DRE 01468842 | Offered at $2,345,000 James Krautmann 805.451.4527

27136 Sea Vista Dr | Malibu | 1± Acre DRE 02107531 | Offered at $2,195,000 Stephen Haugse 805.452.3996

236 Hot Springs Rd | Santa Barbara | 4BD/4BA DRE 00852118 | Offered at $2,149,000 Jeff Oien 805.895.2944

900 Chelham Way | Montecito | 4BD/4BA DRE 01456863 | Offered at $1,850,000 George Ambrose 805.770.9655

1620 Payeras St | Santa Barbara | 3BD/2BA DRE 01236143/01410304 | Offered at $1,595,000 Grubb Campbell Group 805.895.6226

3732 State St 121 | Santa Barbara | 3BD/3BA DRE 01005773/01462628 | Offered at $1,295,000 Leach/Madden 805.886.9000

3040 Foothill Rd | Carpinteria | 3.5± Acres DRE 02096482/00978392 | Offered at $1,250,000 Garrett/Sener 805.775.8735

145 N Seaward Ave | Ventura | 4BD/4BA DRE 01712742/01335689 | Offered at $1,200,000 Hansen/Clyne 805.901.0248

56 Barranca Ave 1 | Santa Barbara | 2BD/2BA DRE 01806890/01788156 | Offered at $985,000 Doré & O'Neill Real Estate Team 805.947.0608

116 San Federico Ave | Santa Barbara | 4BD/2BA DRE 01463617 | Offered at $929,000 Knight Real Estate Group 805.969.8900

3340 Mccaw 206 | Santa Barbara | 2BD/2BA DRE 00849100/01930435 | Offered at $660,000 Garske/Harris 805.705.3585

1202 Diana Rd Parcel 4 | Santa Barbara | 9004± SQFT DRE 01468842 | Offered at $599,000 James Krautmann 805.451.4527

5970 Encina Rd 5 | Goleta | 2BD/2BA DRE 01268751 | Offered at $569,000 Lynda Bohnett 805.637.6407

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