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The Santa Barbara Foundation was recognized as Citizen of the Year by Downtown Santa Barbara. Foundation CEO Jackie Carrera accepted the award on the Foundation’s behalf Revitalization moves forward one step at a time 14 5

Just a few of the extraordinary women included in the talks by Santa Barbara Historical Museum’s celebration of Women’s History Month: (left, top to bottom) Mary Ashley, Pearl Chase, Angustias de la Guerra Ord, and Bernarda Ruiz. (Right) Maria Josefa Moreno De la Guerra

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Symphony to Celebrate and Honor Santa Barbara’s Medical Community


N THE SPIRIT OF PROMOTING GOOD HEALTH IN 2021, the Santa Barbara Symphony’s historic season will continue this week, with Santa Barbara Celebration, on Saturday, February 27th at 7pm (with a rebroadcast on Sunday, February 28th at 3pm). Shining a light on individuals and music that make Santa Barbara special, this concert will honor the local medical community by highlighting their musical talents, including some of its local physician musicians who will perform alongside members of the Santa Barbara Symphony. “Music and healing have been linked throughout history, and now more than ever, it feels vital to illuminate that connection and celebrate it,” shared Maestro Nir Kabaretti. “The Greek god Apollo was not only god of the sun but also the god of healing and music. The skills developed in musical training – listening, collaboration, empathy, attention to detail – are skills that are equally critical in the practice of medicine. There is a dedication to excellence and lifelong commitment to practice in both medicine and music, which together, can enhance and transform a life!” For this exceptional Santa Barbara-focused performance, Kabaretti returns to the podium to lead Santa Barbara Symphony musicians and guest soloists on a socially-distanced stage. Symphony Board Chair Janet Garufis will lead a conversation with Dr. Kurt Ransohoff, CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Sansum Clinic, and Ron Werft, President & CEO of Cottage Health, about the connections between music and healing. Home viewers will enjoy a dynamic musical program of classical music featuring Beethoven’s Romance in F Major with Concertmaster Jessica Guideri, the beautiful “Elvira Madigan” movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No 21 with award-winning pianist and local ophthalmology specialist Dr. Toni Meyers (sister of acclaimed violinist Anne Akiko Meyers), Mozart’s Symphony No. 29, “State Street” from Bramwell Tovey’s “Santa Barbara Sonata,” and Russian physician and composer Alexander Borodin’s Nocturno. Physician musicians performing with the orchestra, including Dr. John Zemjanis from Carpinteria, who plays the violin, along with additional physician-musicians to be announced. “We thank the Santa Barbara Symphony for honoring our local medical community, and recognizing the critical work, dedication, and bravery of our healthcare workers,” said Dr. Kurt Ransohoff, CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Sansum Clinic. “Music has long been a conduit to healing, and in what is a tremendously difficult year for everyone, the Symphony’s message through music is more powerful and appreciated than ever, and one we can all surely benefit from.” This performance will be recorded live on a socially-distanced stage, without an audience, following COVID protocols. The concert will be delivered straight to audiences through the Symphony’s new digital streaming format on Saturday, February 27th, at 7pm, Sunday, February 28, at 3pm, and then available ondemand for 30 days for ticket holders. Virtual tickets to Santa Barbara Celebration start at $43 per household with a series subscription and includes a one-time link that provides access to both the livestream and ondemand access for 30 days after the premiere broadcast. Guests are invited to tune in Saturday at 6:30pm (2:30pm on Sunday) to enjoy a pre-show featuring behind-the-scenes interviews and more. The Symphony has partnered once again with DUO Catering who will offer a Symphony-inspired dinner menu and Signature Symphony cocktail, available for delivery and takeout, for guests to enjoy “an evening out” from the comfort of their home. During COVID-19, the loss of revenue has been significant, and the Symphony is grateful to the community for their generous financial support. Santa Barbara Celebration is made possible by the 2020/21 Corporate Season Sponsor: Montecito Bank & Trust, the Grand Venue Sponsor: The Granada Theatre, Season Sponsors: Sarah & Roger Chrisman, and Selection Sponsor: Susan Aberle. The Santa Barbara Symphony was founded in 1953 on the belief that a special city deserves a special orchestra. Consistently lauded for its unique ability to present brilliant concerts, engage the community, and deliver dynamic music education programs, the organization prizes both innovation and artistic excellence and is widely recognized as one of the region’s premier cultural institutions. www.thesymphony.org

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

and National Women’s History Month

HETHER TACKLING LEGISLATION IN WASHINGTON, hosting a new store opening, or adding the final brushstroke to a masterpiece, women play a key role in every aspect of our society. As Santa Barbara looks toward International Women’s Day on March 8th, many organizations are offering locals fun ways to observe the holiday and Women’s History Month. From interactive workshops and virtual lectures to a pop-up market, each activity highlights womens’ strength, power, and the need for greater gender equity. The first observance of International Women’s Day dates back to 1911. The idea was born out of the 1910 International Conference of Working Women in Copenhagen, which included more than 100 women from 17 countries, all fighting for equality in a world where men historically held the most power. Today, women across the nation and the world continue this fight, rising to meet modern challenges and spread awareness through marches, activism, and celebrations.

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While traditional marches are not possible this year, Women’s March Santa Barbara will be participating in the Women’s March Foundation’s virtual community event Onward to Equity. Held from 12 to 2pm Saturday, March 6th, this event will welcome guest speakers, including Congresswoman Maxine Waters, for a conversation about future goals in the fight for equity.

On a local level, Paseo Nuevo’s International Women's Day Market, from 11am to 6pm on Sunday, March 7th, will celebrate women business owners and entrepreneurs, featuring booths from 58 and counting Holly Mitchell will speak at The local businesses. The pop-up Market will be held outdoors Santa Barbara Women’s Political Committee’s Annual Presidents’ throughout Paseo Nuevo. Circle Event “Our community is so rich with talent and many of them are women entrepreneurs. Even though International Women’s Day is global, we feel it's important to give our community the opportunity to be a part of the greater celebration and shine a light on all the great talent our community has to offer,” remarked Mary Lynn Harms-Romo, Paseo Nuevo’s Senior Marketing Director. She added that given the community’s positive reaction, this is likely to become an annual event. Social distancing and face masks will be required, with

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Participation is free, with sign-ups available at www.mobilize.us/womensmarchfoundation

There are also a number of local organizations that will observe Women’s History Month through their regularly scheduled programming. For instance, Chaucer’s Books will host its next Virtual Author Discussion with Santa Barbara-based author Bonnie Marcus at 6pm Tuesday, March 9th. Marcus will talk about her new book Not Done Yet! How Women Over 50 Regain Their Confidence and Claim Workplace Power, which examines the issue of gendered ageism in the Bonnie Marcus will workplace. The conversation will be discuss her book moderated by New York Times bestselling Not Done Yet! author Dr. Lois Frankel. “I want my readers to feel empowered to take control of their careers and acknowledge their value, and not fall into the trap of thinking they’re too old to make a difference,” shared Bonnie Marcus. “I want women to understand that society’s pressures on women to look young and pretty shouldn’t distract them from the importance of owning their ambition and talent.” Participation is free, with the Zoom

Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women, 1815-1848 will be presented by the SB Historical Museum in their Hisotry Happy Hour at Home series on March 10th

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Additionally, The Santa Barbara Historical Museum will honor Women’s History Month with its next free History Happy Hour at Home presentations. The first presentation, held at 5pm an entire list of participating vendors available at www.paseonuevoshopping.com Wednesday, March 10th, will focus on the book Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women, 1815-1848, which includes the stories of 13 The Santa Barbara Women’s Political Committee further invites the community women who were interviewed in the early 1870s about their experiences living in to observe International Women’s Day with its Annual Presidents’ Circle Event California prior to its American statehood. The presentation will be given by the featuring Los Angeles County Supervisor Holly Mitchell. Mitchell will speak to her book’s editors and translators, Rose Marie Beebe and Robert Senkewicz. The next past political experiences and accomplishments, and look forward to what’s next presentation, titled Santa Barbara's Powerful Women in History, will be held at 5pm for feminist politics. The event will be online from 5:30 to 7pm Thursday, on March Wednesday, March 24th. Presented by 11th. author and historian Neal Graffy, this “I think the event really lends itself to acknowledging and celebrating women’s Showcasing and celebrating talk will explore the stories of several history because Supervisor Holly women artists, Sullivan Goss - An women who made their mark on our Mitchell is a history maker in American Gallery is offering Real community’s history. many ways,” commented SBWPC Women: Realist Art by American Registration is open at www. President Luz Reyes-Martín. Women exhibition through April 26th. sbhistorical.org/historyhappyhour For Tickets ($25/committee Spanning the past 90 years of realism, members; $50/non-members; On a more interactive level, The including local artists, the exhibition’s limited scholarships available) visit Santa Barbara Museum of Art will www.sbwpc.org/events pieces range from intensely personal to host two virtual Adult Studio Art almost fantastical subjects. The gallery The Lompoc-Vandenberg Drawing Workshops centering on the is open daily for socially-distanced Branch of the American work of Barbara Kasten. An American viewing at 11 E. Anapamu St., as well Association of University Women Dissent, 2020 by Niki Byrne at Sullivan Goss as online at www.SullivanGoss.com. artist known for her photographs of will also recognize women making acrylic sculptures, this workshop will Susan Bush, Sullivan Goss’ a difference with its ChangeMakers “extend the spirit of International Contemporary Curator, commented on what she hopes gallery viewers’ celebration at 7pm Thursday, March 18th. Women’s Day” as participants reactions are this Women’s History Month. “First of all, I want them to A free, dual-language and live-streamed appreciate Kasten’s 1982 photograph see that these are really amazingly crafted pieces, and secondly to go, ‘Oh, event, the celebration will host Dolores Construct NYC 11. The workshops will these are all by women,’” expressed Bush. “And that doesn’t often happen, Huerta, the Co-Founder of the United Maria Solares, a beloved ancestor be taught from 5 to 6pm on Thursday, when you have 15 women artists in one room, and that’s kind of a big Farm Workers Group, and California of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash March 11th and Thursday, March 18th. deal. I would like them to take away that also, that you can put together Registration is free at www.sbma.net Senator Monique Limón. There will Indians tribal community, lived from an entire exhibition of really good and important paintings, and they all also be a live performance from singer1842 to 1923, according to a Tribal happen to be by women.” The Santa Barbara Public Library songwriters and Lompoc students Azyiah, Facebook post. Her legacy includes will also present an opportunity for Amia, and Maliah Simmons. Register at well over a hundred narratives in her community conversations by centering https://lompocvandenberg-ca.aauw.net native Samala language. Thanks to her its TED & Joe in the Morning programming around the theme of Women in Leadership - Political, vision and dedication, the Santa Ynez Regarding ways to continue personal education this Military, and Labor Perspectives. Held twice a month, TED & Joe invites individuals to discuss TED Talks Band of Chumash Indians are able month, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians has on varying themes. The 9:30 to 10:30am Friday, March 12th program asks participants to view videos to re-awaken many aspects of their invited community members to learn about some of the featuring former Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard, former Finance Minister of Nigeria Ngozi culture that might otherwise have Chumash women who have played a key role in history, Okonjo-Iweala, and others. Sign-ups are available at https://tinyurl.com/y9ckz57d been lost to time. and those who continue to impact the present. A short


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Dianne Travis-Teague Appointed to SB City Fire & Police Commission



LONG TIME ADVOCATE FOR RACIAL JUSTICE AND EQUITY, Dianne TravisTeague has been appointed to the City of Santa Barbara’s Fire & Police Commission. The Director of Alumni Relations for Pacifica Graduate Institute, hasTboth R E Ashe LIS A professional R T BY and AMERICAN WOMEN lived experiences to bring to the commission. “At a time when our profession is in need of community partnerships, Dianne has already demonstrated her willingness to engage and her ability to influence our department’s future,” stated Lieutenant Shawn Hill, City of Santa Barbara Police Department Community Accountability Division. Dianne Travis-Teague A dedicated community member, Travis-Teague also serves on the Board of Hospice of Santa Barbara. Upon her appointment, she expressed that she considers this an “opportunity to help shape a different reality for our future generations.” Travis-Teague holds her bachelor of science in business management and marketing from Northwestern University. With this appointment, Travis-Teague joins hundreds of Black women across the country who are stepping into civic service and government leadership, exemplified in Vice President Kamala Harris, a multi-ethnic Black woman. “Dianne is a distinguished member of the Santa Barbara community, with children and grandchildren who attended the Santa Barbara Unified School District,” said Lizzie Rodriguez, Vice Chair of the Santa Barbara City Fire & Police Commission. “She brings an important perspective that has been missing from the commission, and we look forward to her participation.” The Santa Barbara City Fire & Police Commission was formed in 1927 to ensure the smooth and professional functioning of the fire and police departments. The Commission is responsible for advising the City Council and City Administrator in all matters related to efficient and adequate fire and police protection for the City including recommending rules and regulations concerning11theEoperation and conduct to AST AN A PA M U ofSboth T R Edepartments; E T | S A Nannual TA B budget A R B Arecommendations RA, CA city council and city administrator; and appointment recommendations for fire and police chiefs. ( 8 0 5 ) 7 3 0 - 1 4 6 0 | www.sullivangoss.com


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Community News Don Giovanni and Life:at Confronting Racism Series AWord Night the Opera: UCSB Opera Sings Mozart’s

of the notorious libertine Don Juan. Healing the White Bodylegend SB The work was first dramatized by Spain’sHistoric Landmarks Commission N AMBITIOUS, COMPELLING, ABRIDGED de Molina. The story takes place within VERSIONAntiRacism of Don Giovanni was presented Friday, in the Movement Seville, Spain in the mid-18th century, Discusses Future of De La Guerra Plaza February 26th, in a unique premiere. Shaped by UC


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By Maura Conlon-McIvor / Special to VOICEand follows the terrorizing misadventures Santa Barbara Opera Theatre, Wolfgang Amadeus and the shocking demise of the arrogant Mozart’s famed Giovanni was definitively a COVID-responsive ACISM CARRIES BOTH A DEEP HISTORICAL AND BIOLOGICAL libertine Don Giovanni over the course of production, and offered for free bytoday the professors, staff,States and than its original THUMBPRINT, different in the United form centuries a day and night. Definitely a drama, the students of theMatt Department Music. Challenging times ago. Lowe, anofeducator, Restorative Practitioner, and a recent speaker in Word music illustrates the unbridled arrogance of encouraged the bold moves to Racism an online format, developed by has evolved & Life’s Confronting series, asserted that racism “like a virus,” the charming but disgraceful antagonist, an Director Dr. Isabel Bayrakdarian, an Associate Professor of Music mutating through history. anti-hero. Don Giovanni received its premiere at UCSB. provides a its evolution Seeing racism’s historic roots This is keyrevision to understanding today, for Lowe. October 29, 1787 by the Prague Italian music lesson for fans ofofMozart. Thein 1452,on He called “our original trauma” The Doctrine Discovery where Christians Opera at the National Theater, now called the performance was also a springboard asserted domination over non-Christian, indigenous peoples. The bifurcation deepened Estates Theatre, in Prague. for learning for the as Euro-centric colonization expanded. He cast. notedThe thefinished Bacon’s Rebellion, taking place in to production team member product is a stitched-together, Zoom servants According Virginia in 1675, where indentured – poor whites Adriane Cleary, “the singers recorded on their style,and andpoor nowBlacks resides– on YouTube. together rose to challenge “the elite.” This own in their homes all across the country Featuring a cast wholly comprised marked the beginning of separating out the races according to (and a few internationally, too). They sent of students, them color, theGiovanni elite classoffered situating poor whites above Blacks, wherein in their best recording (all in one take, no an opera experience as conceived by Our Constitution, “enslavement became hereditary.” he team was comprised of Audio Engineer Connor Long with edits), then our audio engineer, Connor Long, synced the vocal the Director, renowned soprano Dr. more so added, upholds “property rights” than human rights, Video Editors Dr. Anthony Garcia and Adriane Cleary. A concise tracks with the original piano track. Once the audio tracks were Isabel Bayrakdarian. Each singer and adding that owning property became the cultural norm for Director Dr. Isabel squad of heroes pulled off this production with their credible finalized, the production team synced those with the videos that chorus group recorded Bayrakdarian maintaining power.from different interpretations. A remarkable night at the opera, the production the students sent in.” locationsHeindescribed this country acrossTrilogy of the 1820s, three the and Marshall team and student singers provided stripped-down courageous Some of cast members mentioned that they learned their the globe, choosing their best,racially and sending the recording in to bethat further motivated judicial actions excluded performance for this oft-performed Mozart work, untethered to respective roles in English first and then in Italian. The cast stitched together by the production staff.people Normally, oppressed fromBayrakdarian the sovereignty of owning property. any production values. The resultant musical effort brought an includes the accomplished baritone Valdis Jansons, as the wry admitted during a Q&A following premiere broadcast, “we system” of white people “to Matt Lowe Suchthe policy reinforced the “belief observant focusof ontrees, the recitative libretto delicately balanced By Daisy Scott / VOICE schemer Don Giovanni and soprano April Amante as the a more simplified layout, and the above have had a rehearsal period, but were able to– that’s sing toour each own andnot possess way up.” He cited California’s 1978 the piano-played score. and assaulted Donna Anna, along with the vividPLAZA, sopranoIN THE HEART incorporation of historic elements such as other stage for a13live audience. didofnot have that luxury.” andoffended E LA GUERRA law,and Proposition – which cameWe “out legalized segregation” rolled back real estate Director Bayrakdarian an Associate Professor and her Naomi Merer singing the justice-seekingOF Donna Elvira. Gianni informativeisplaques. Sparse and direct, the various duets and arias were sung SANTA BARBARA SINCE 1853, background assessments – as another example of exacerbating racial inequality. illustrious includes Santa Barbara’s Becker sang the vengeful Don Ottavio and Valdis Jansons tackled However, thestarring majorityinofOpera the commission did directlyHistory to computer cameras. Cast members woreour stark black, and in need of a functional revitalization informs us of racism’s origins and body’s biological reactions reflect it. production of The Cunning LittleofVixen in 2017 and having the trusty yet defensive assistant Leporello with gusto. Also support the idea a pedestrian-oriented plaza, reminiscent of the famed Broadway production of George for decades, has now moved one step Indeed, Lowe asserted that the root of racism “is tied to the body” and how prejudice, performed in Don Giovanni at The Met. Sheleveling also appeared at the providing a sharp characterization wasinMarta Hovhannisyan favoring eliminating grass, off the plaza, Bernard Don Juan in Hellfrom fromour a noted early 1950s responses. closer the approval process as after coming before Salzburg withinShaw’s this framework, arises “fight/flight/freeze” prestigious Festival and was featured in the soundtrack who provides a searing gaze exceedingly and Steven closing it to traffic. They also appreciated the Broadway Sir Charles Laughton and Agnes ourZerlina the City’s Historicwell, Landmarks Commission last Lord ofand “Weproduction are made ofstarring neurons…these chemical triggers…create experiences of from The The Rings: The Two and was fellow Browning Thompson ably portrayed the bamboozled fiancé as proposed arcade, but Towers commented thata it, alongat Moorehead, and even echoed the famed production of Hamlet week. everything…Triggers create habits, and habits create a posture. This posture is what the Music Academy ofother the West. She is from Toronto and offered Masetto. The choir members included singers Megan Ashley, Tyler with components of the plan, needed to be a starring Richard Burtonofassuperiority directed byin Sirthe John Gielgud-directed “This is a really exciting project forwealth the of experience to her cast at UCSB. upholds the position body,” he explained. Fulgham, Violet Joy Hansen, Keith Romero, Soohyun Kartik more traditional. black on white and Broadway in theBiology early 1960s. The Lowe pointed community. It’s a veryRyu, special place for so many Drawing fromseen theon field of Integrative Systems, to the visceral She is the one who decided to do all the[which songs, but Sundaram, and Matthew Thayerinwho handled their portions “The periodnot of significance ends in simplicity and constraints unveiled a focus on the complexity of Santa Barbara with its historic buildings origins of racist beliefs as a dialectic between our sympathetic system (fight/flight/freeze) selectively edited1951] basedison casting limitations and wanting all with confidence. The role of Il Commendatore (Don Pedro) was an important starting point to frame theand libretto, dancing rhythmically above the pianist’s gymnastics. surrounding it and the events that take place the parasympathetic system which, he described, as akin to that state of ‘rest and the singers to solely come from the student body.needs For her, the excised, due to the limitations of the format and appropriate these design moves, and so that to be looked A bit severe at times, the challenge provided a spotlight on the there,” shared Principal Project Manager Brad digest.’ Viewing racism through this neuronal lens differs from a solely external analysis of challenging experience for thedesign students wassaid paramount, knowing casting available from the students. But for those who won the at as a major guide,” Commission notes punctuation centuries-old operatic work. Hess. “It’s been a great process creatingthat thismany opera singers have had little opportunity to perform the and issue. We go into of thethis body to see the recurring, biological link between our felt, racist roles, one can only imagine these singersplan interacting Chair Anthony Grumbine. Mozart labeled an operacultural buffa, with itsofcomplex concept that willwith noweach begin the City’s perspectives and the the work concomitant habits privilege guiding our behaviors and the last year. Going forward, the commission will continue other with theatrical sets, lighting, and costumes and whatprocess score- like over Italian libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte, whom Mozart also Development Application any other policy. You may view this at: driven sparks they would or could create. itswork refinements before ultimately approving a collaborated with inBeverly his other masterful operas in Le Nozze di as “a system project.” Lowe echoes Daniel Tatum’s definition of racism of disadvantage www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DKOno7vR9w&feature=youtu.be The pianists who provided the foundational rhythmic chords design. The Advisory Committee will continue Figaro (1786) and Cosìand fanpower,” tutte (1790). The opera premiered in ” also embodies a sense The current plan was crafted by theorcity’s De based on prejudice indicating that the word “policy visit www.music.ucsb.edu were Dr. John Ballerino and ErikLaLawrence. The tech and editing meeting, and public feedback is welcome. Prague within the Czech Republic in 1787 and was based on the Guerra Plaza Revitalization Design Advisory of physicality, its root from the Greek “politicos” which pertains to “the freedom to move According to Hess, the project’s March 2019 Committee, which was formed in February around a common space.” Thus, he underscored the connection between our neuronal community workshop had over 150 participants, 2019. It proposes a number of dramatic changes, perspectives and white people’s power to arrange cultural space, that is, to protect and since then many community members, including installing a splash pad, new landscaping, themselves – say in the workplace or in the community – from having to confront a sense groups, and businesses have continued to share new arcade, art nodes, new restroom, trash and of otherness, upholding norms of safety. their views. recycling collection services, and a kiosk. “How we moveAMENDMENTS throughout the world reflects our racism…reflects our Thewhiteness,” most substantial proposed change was incorporating must be identified as contributing to the area’s historic integrity. ROPOSED TO THE HISTORIC One local leader who has voiced their support The planOrdinance, further recommends Lowe suggested. He ORDINANCE, asserted that it’swhich challenging for white people tothe admit they are racists amendments to the Historic Resources currently that the It entire was further proposed that only the term “historic district” RESOURCE are intended is Executive Director of Downtown Santa Barbara plaza, along with DeTitle La Guerra between as “we to getclearly caughtoutline in thatthe same sympathetic fight/flight/freeze heal, the we must listedTounder Municipal Code’s Title 22.22, into 30, Streetbe used to refer to the community’s historic areas going forward, historic resources designation response.” Robin Elander. State and Anacapa Streets, be paved, made level,a change to Brinkerhoff Landmark District’s name. addressprocesses both “what we’ve and also whatzoning has been done to us” with an attitude of named Inland Zoning Ordinance. including within thedone Municipal Code’s ordinance, “A redesigned De La Guerra Plaza as a grand closed off to daily traffic. humility. Lowe,atwho is blind and whoCommittee holds a BAmeeting in Blackheld Studies and History andreally an because of and “This was the benefit of litigation However, El Pueblo Viejo Landmark District will be excused, as were reviewed the City Ordinance civic plaza will add renewed vitality, energy, and The Historic Landmarks Commission will MAFebruary in Urban23rd. Studies, that the white body, preconditioned by history and biology, and enforcement, as zoning that is its name in the City Charter. on The asserts Ordinance connectivity to the greater downtown area,” serve as theresult project’s approving body. Yet Additional while continues towill hold “the posture amendments in shorter amendments called for updating certain Committee conduct a final of the oppressor,” one that is shaped by “fear, anger, said Elander. can recognize and educate the commission reacted positively to the project’sand language to be“It trauma.” this,Historic we must face the shame of “protecting our own fight/flight/freeze statutes of limitations, and property definitions consistent with State and review of To thecorrect proposed our community and visitors about Santa overall goals, De La Guerra Plaza’s future is far responses,” considered synonymous with what is called ‘white fragility.’ rights are encumbered not only by National Historic Preservation standards, adding a section on Resource Ordinance amendments Barbara’s unique history and become a space for from finalized. Many commissioners expressed Lowe believes designation but by enactment of enforcement and penalties for damaging historic resources, on March 9th. that Christianity, with its historic culpability using the Bible to justify generations to gather and create memories.” concerns that certain elements of the establishing plan did nota Certificate of Appropriateness enslavement, plays a leading zoning amendments, ” explained for approving “This is such a long time role in cultural repair and reconciliation. He founded the Anne Petersen, the Executive Director for the maintain the plaza’s historic faith-based Cityfully Architectural Historian Nicole integrity. minor alterations administratively, and adding a “limits on new coming and community so welcome,”organization, CUREJ (Christians United for Racial and Economic Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation, has “I think my biggest disappointment is Justice) with vision member of creating healing around antiracism. His advocacy work focuses Hernandez. evidence” clause to appeals. expressed Citythe Council also supported the project, serving as an Advisory this seems to be a very contemporary plaza,” on five steps, including: reckoning, re-education, de-monumentalization, undoing policy, There will also be a new chapter Ordinance Committee members reacted positively to the Kristen Sneddon. Committee member. She acknowledged that voiced Commissioner Ed Lenvik during the amendments, andThe public accountability in thein spirit of truth telling. added to ensure the amended proposed and did not request any major revisions amendments will result the design should continue evolving based on commission’s February 17th meeting.save for asking that He new also underscored theadded importance of white people undergoing lineage work, Historic Resources Ordinance the ordinance’s language be clarified on several chapters being community feedback. itemCoastal of contention is the proposed addressing family historieswhich of struggle which—although allowing for assimilation appliesAn in the Zone, and certain points. to the Zoning Ordinance, “The most important thing now is that it splash pad, which most commissioners felt intooutline white culture—nonetheless stillHistoric carry stories of Overlay intergenerational trauma. He existing Landmark and Historic District Overlay Zones will be Anthony Grumbine, Chair of the Historic Landmarks will existing Landmark and District progresses, and that a design is implemented...” recommended twoprocess books of germane efforts: ADistrict People’s Historyadded of thetoUnited States by Map.was inappropriate. A fountain was suggested the city’s Zoning Commission, spoke favorably of the proposed amendments, Zones, lay out the creatingtoathese new Historic expressed Petersen. “I hope this will be the instead, although due to wasthe city’s process has led to HowardZone, Zinn and Mirror: A History of will Multicultural Ronaldthis, Takaki. proposed amendments are intended todrought concerns, statingitthat “a very good and strong Overlay and Different describe the procedures that regulate America byBeyond generation to finally complete Plaza de la Guerra. determined that the fountain must be aesthetic “It’s not just about looking at yourself, your racist tendencies,streamline but how you going processes of the city’s historic theare designation ordinance that has the long term benefits of Santa Barbara in preservation, designation, and alteration of or historic resources. As we come through the other side of a worldwide even without running water. outTo andconsolidate shaping theefforts worldtoand addressing systems of power,” he said.resources. “Your antiracism These resources are sorted into four categories: mind, including the historic nature of much of our city.” protect Santa Barbara’s historic and an ongoing reckoning related to The commissioners further asked for “We a are very pandemic work is only goodOrdinance as the history and context whichpotential you are drawing from. That is whylandmarks, historic structures of merit, districts, and being happy with it and it has been a long time resources, theasCity’s Committee discussed social justice, we need our public spaces to serve stronger sense ofEach connection betweencoming, the plaza white folk need to know theirResource Black history, Latinxinhistory, indigenous history, listed on theAsian city’s historic resources inventory. designation ” he added. amendments to the Historic Ordinance its February the community, more than ever.” and Casa De La Guerra, traditional species American history. We need a peoples’ historywould to shape efforts, a process willnot be just uniquely outlined according to its considerations, A final review of the proposed Historic Resource Ordinance 23rd meeting. If passed, these amendments workour to antiracism’s naming of and white fragility.” with the most involved being determining a new historic amendments will take place on March 9th. streamline outline historic resources designation processes To learn andowners attendmust future Historic Commission meetings, visit the meeting, district. In that case, over 50 percent of more property within the Zoning Ordinance of Santa Barbara’s Municipal For Landmarks more information or to virtually attend Word and Life series on Confronting Racism continues through March 18th. Archived www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/brdcomm/dm/historic/default.asp support its formation, and 80 percent of the district’s resources Code. visit https://tinyurl.com/y8jpajhz presentations can be found at www.wordandlife.us.


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Music as Medicine - Honoring our Medical Community Residential Street Sweeping and Parking Enforcement has Resumed Residential street sweeping and parking enforcement resumed on February 16th for the City of Santa Barbara. Community members should follow posted parking instructions, as regular street sweeping has begun. “Remember that it is illegal to discharge/blow any waste onto a City street,” reads the City’s announcement. “Street Sweeping not only keeps our streets looking good, but also improves the air quality, and keeps trash and debris out of storm drains, creeks, and the ocean.” For more about local street sweeping, visit https://tinyurl.com/y2oyn5qj

Janet Garufis, Chair & CEO of Montecito Bank & Trust & Board Chair of the SB Symphony welcomed Ron Werft, President and CEO of Cottage Health and Dr. Kurt Ransohoff, CEO & Chief Medical Officer of Sansum Foundation Clinic

The Santa Barbara Symphony on stage at The Granada Theatre

for strings of Dr. Alexander Borodin’s Nocturno. A perfect topper for an extraordinarily well organized, two plus hour video presentation, Mozart’s Symphony No. RINGING VIEWERS BACK INSIDE THE GRANADA THEATRE (albeit virtually), the 29 in A Major was adjusted slightly to meet the occasion by Santa Barbara Symphony presented its first online concert of the 2021 season to video maestro Kabaretti. With a nod to a not uncommon practice subscribers on February 27th and 28th. This third video concert production by the orchestra’s management and artistic team was by far the most sophisticated in script, camera in Mozart’s time, Kabaretti replaced the slow movement of Symphony No. 29 with the Adagio from the composer’s angles, interviews, and audio/lighting strategies since the ban on live concerts worldwide resulting ESPITE THE ONGOING COVID-19 PANDEMIC, Community Environmental Piano Concerto No. 21 in C the Major “Elvira Madigan” to from the COVID pandemic. This performance also employed more musicians, and brought Council remains to celebrate the Earth Day and promote continuing awareness accommodate talents of ophthalmologist/pianist Dr. orchestra and audience a step closer to the bottom line: full employment for all members of thedetermined and activism for our environment. Between April 22nd to the 24th, the CEC will host a Toni Meyers. Santa Barbara Symphony as we get on top of vaccinations and re-open performance venues. SB Symphony Conductor and virtual #CelebrateClimate Leadership Earth Day Festival, featuring music performances, Artistic Director Nir Kabaretti Symphony management and conductor Nir Kabaretti organized a program of interviews and inspirational speakers, environmental groups, and more. performances dedicated to honoring Santa Barbara’s medical community. The “show” for lack of “Incommunity, 1970, 20 million Americans took to the streets and parks on the first Earth Day to learn a better word, also touched on several messaging points about COVID, the music, Daniel Kepl has been writing music, theatre, and dance reviews or Santa Barbara publications about how they couldinprotect creating a national shock wave that fueled rapid and healing. Viewers were introduced to some of the extraordinary medical professionals our the environment, since he was a teenager. His professional expertise is as an orchestra conductor. and impactful action,” said CEC CEO Sigrid Wright. “This is the kind of inspired action we need community, particularly those who love and perform music. today, and it can happen here if we each lean in and – to learning, to leading, andwww.performingartsreview.net taking Forcommit more reviews by Daniel Kepl visit: Director of Marketing for the orchestra, Elizabeth Cutright, introduced the concert’s mantra, UE THEon JURASSIC THEMESanta MUSIC — special,”bold every day towardbyenvironmental solutions.” “Shining a spotlight everythingPARK that makes Barbara and action introductory remarks thisJr., February, theChairman popular Prehistoric ForestTheatre, and Janet The event will be and free CEO and completely live-streamed at https://sbearthday.org. Each day Palmer Jackson Executive of the Granada Garufis, Chair Exhibit returned to the Santa Barbara Museum will focus on a different aspect of climate leadership: youth leadership, business leadership, of Montecito Bank and Trust and Board Chair of the Santa Barbara Symphony further focused of Natural History. Featuring animatronic and community the tribute. “Tonight, we celebrateleadership. and honorThe CEC will also explain its plan as an organization for how our dinosaurs and informative plaques, this exhibit is aour fun,healthcare heroes,” community canproclaimed, take action against climate change. Garufis educational experience that truly brings learning about Featured musicians will include Kenny Loggins, Jackson Gillies, Glen Phillips, and more. There followed by welcoming remarks from Kathryn dinosaurs to life. will also be artPresident and poetry R Martin, the orchestra’s new andcontests, opportunities to support and learn more about local businesses Reservations are required to visit the exhibit, and and organizations, and noteworthy speakers on each topic, including Congressman Salud Carbajal. CEO. attendance is limited in order to ensure safe distancing.Promising, “We’ll “We remain share somecommitted fascinatingto the idea that even though we can’t gather in person, we can come Face masks are required for all visitors ages three and older. together amazing artists, stories connecting musicwith and medicine,” Musicyouth activists, and esteemed environmentalists to take collective Indoor exhibits remain closed at this time. actionNir andKabaretti lessen our impact on the Earth,” said Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival Director Kathi and Artistic Director introduced For more information and to schedule your visit, go the to first work onKing. “We are proud to celebrate Climate Leadership in a year when we are seeing the return of strong federal leadership. This the program, two movements www.mysbnature.org/event-detail/museum-admission https://sbearthday.org inspiresSanta us to work even harder toward rapid, equitable solutions to the climate crisis.” from Bramwell Tovey’s Barbara Sonata for Brass Quintet. Symphony brass Jon Lewis and Miles McAllister trumpets, Stephanie Jessica Guideri plays Beethoven’s Romance Stetson (horn), Alex Iles (trombone), and for Violin No. 2 in F Major Blake Cooper (tuba) turned in a tight, jazzy, carefree performance on the stage of the empty Granada - a visual image both haunting and The orchestra’s wind section By Brian Johnson, 2021exhilarating. President, SBAOR After several recent victories across the state, Californians for Homeownership has Jamie Pedrini (flute), Jennifer Cullinan and filed suit against the City of Coronado over practices meant to discourage the building ALIFORNIA CONTINUES TO FACE AN UNPRECEDENTED HOUSING Santaof Barbara’s View Apartments Sarah Beck (oboes), Juan Gallego and Joanna AccessoryPremiere Dwelling Ocean Units (ADUs) in the community. ADUs are secondary CRISIS. The biggest factor is a lack in the supply of new housing. Kim (clarinets), Andy Radford and Leslie • Every apartment outstanding ocean with the veryproperties. best island and sunset housinghas structures built onviews single-family Often referred to as Policies related to the supply of new housing are created at a local views in town. Lashinsky bassoons and Stephanie Stetson and “granny flats”, these are an innovative way to increase the supply of housing level and local governments often create those policies based on voter Sarah Bach horns - performed two movements • 31 one bedroom apartments, eachThe with suit granite counter tops andstaff a magnificent view. when throughout the state. states that City denies ADUs interests and do not consider our local and regional housing needs. NIMBYs from Charles Gounod’s Petite Symphony for file end for street permits the construction ofeach a new • Recentlyhomeowners updated on a dead withfor a reserved parking spot for unit.home and an (Not in My Backyard) and municipalities using exclusionary housing policies Winds. With cameras perusing the performers, sameand time. the City’s written ADU policies and state Dr.are ToniaMeyers plays Mozart’s Pianocrisis. Concerto majorplays driver of the housing These policies are used across the state • Only sixADU blocksattothe the ocean on aThis bluffviolates top with mild ocean breezes year round. some members of the viewing audience ADU law. No.to21restrict in C Major “Elvira Madigan” Adagio All the top floor units have high beamed ceilings and no steps, so easy access for all ages. or deny new housing projects, including housing projects that would might have enjoyed their first close visual The housing crisis cannot solved and communities working increase access to affordable housing. While the state of California continues • With 10 furnished apartments, there is shortbe term as wellby as cities long term introduction to the musicians, ordinarily hard to see clearly from out in the hall. their own residents in denying or restricting the creation of new flexibility against in rental agreements. to pass laws designed to limit these practices and to make it easier for property An intermission interview hosted by Janet Garufis featured Dr. Kurt Ransohoff, CEO and Chief Only through cooperation and collaboration will we be able to owners to build there is not a lot they can do to monitor implementation at the • See the housing. best of Santa Barbara from this park-like setting. Medical Officer of Sansum Foundation Clinic, and Ron Werft, President and CEO of Cottage solve our housing crisis. Organizations like Californians for Homeownership Brian Johnson, local level. Without a strong organization to stand up for individuals’ property Health. “We’re so grateful that you’ve chosen to honor our healthcare workers,” Werft remarked. “It President Forwork to help protect the rights of property owners and to further the supply SBAOR more information or to schedule an appointment rights there is often little that property owners can do to force these cities to means a lot to people when our community does this. These kinds of events have real meaning for of new housing the state. To learn more about Californians for call Johnacross at 805-451-4551. change their practices. Californians for Homeownership is a non-profit organization the folks not just at Cottage Hospital, but throughout our healthcare community system.” Homeownership please visit their website at www.caforhomes.org. that was founded to work on behalf of the citizens of California against these policies. The last section of the concert, using a chamber orchestra-size complement of Symphony Californians for Homeownership monitors compliance with the laws and when players conducted by Kabaretti was bittersweet; a reminder of pre-COVID live concerts to full Brian Johnson is a California licensed real estate necessary they will file suits to make sure they are enforced. This can come in the form OHN HITEHURST houses, tempered by the eerie images of the musicians playing in the now empty house as a result of agent and the Managing Director of Radius of lawsuits aimed at making sure cities review and approve projects in a timely manner, Property Manager/OwnerCommercial Real Estate. Johnson handles all types of pandemic restrictions on large gatherings. Nevertheless, the music making was fabulous, as violin do not overcharge for development fees or to make sure that cities do not discriminate commercial real estate transactions but has a special soloist Jessica Guideri performed Beethoven’s Romance for Violin and Orchestra No. 2, and after 805-451-4551 • www.SBOceanViewRentals.com with regards to the approval of projects. focus on multifamily investments. He can be reached chats with Sara Bach (French horn), Juan Gallegos (clarinet), Dr. Andrew Mester, ENT physician at Home Realty & Investment atDRE#01050144 805-879-9631 or bjohnson@radiusgroup.com Sansum Clinic, and Dr. John Zemjanis, family medicine practitioner and violinist, an arrangement


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CEC to Hold #CelebrateClimateLeadership Virtual Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival

Prehistoric Forest Exhibit Returns to SB Museum of Natural History


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Californians for Homeownership Tackles Anti-housing Policies across the State Eagles Nest Ocean Views



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SB Unified Approves Plan for Elementary Students to Begin Hybrid Learning in March


ANTA BARBARA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT will begin welcoming back elementary students next month with a phased-in, hybrid learning model. The decision was made by the SBUSD Board members in their February 23rd school board meeting. “We are ready to see our students back on campus and to continue to serve our families Parnassus Books in Nashville who From chose to remain in our distance learning program,” said SBUSD Superintendent Hilda Maldonado. “We also acknowledge and thank our elementary teachers and staff and welcome them back to their classrooms. Their work and commitment since day ONE has been key to supporting and guiding our students during this challenging time.” The hybrid learning model will begin the week of Monday, March 1st through Friday, March 5th. According to the state Department of Public Health, Santa Barbara County’s adjusted COVID-19 case rate is 16, and has remained under 25 for five consecutive days. This means elementary schools are able to reopen. “If COVID rates continue to decline to seven per 100,000, the state will allow secondary campuses to reopen,” reads a statement from SBUSD. “Per the district’s labor agreement, today the district issued a ten-day notice to all certificated secondary educators to return to campus on March Sun, Mar 7 / 11learning.” AM Pacific 9 in preparation for in-person

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VIRTUAL Junior League and Local Rotary Clubs Host EVENTS Soccer Ball & Jump Rope Drives for Students Grammy-winning Mandolin Virtuoso

Chris Thile

Ann Patchett in Conversation with Lily King, Author of Writers & Lovers

Tue, Mar 9 / 5 PM Pacific $10 / UCSB students: FREE! (UCSB student registration required) Chris Thile is a mandolinist, composer and vocalist with a broad outlook that encompasses classical, rock, jazz, bluegrass and more. The SoCal native is a member of Punch Brothers and Nickel Creek and hosted the acclaimed radio program Live From Here.

$10 / UCSB students: FREE!

Each SBUSD principal will offer specific details to students and families. To view the SBUSD COVID-19 Safety Plan and readregistration other return required) to in-person resources, visit (UCSB student www.sbunified.org/support/covid-19-resources.

A celebrated author, devoted reader and a champion of literary culture,Partners Ann Patchett haswith Ballet Hispánico written 13 books, including The Dutch House.

¡Viva el Arte de Santa Bárbara! for Virtual Residency


ANCE OFFERS STUDENTS THE OPPORTUNITY TO NOT ONLY MOVE AND EXPRESS THEMSELVES, but also explore cultural identity. With this in mind, nationallyrenowned Latinx dance organization Ballet Hispánico is partnering with Arts & Lectures community arts program ¡Viva el Arte de Santa Bárbara! for a virtual residency. Between January 26th and March 18th, 40 online workshops will be taught at three Santa Barbara County schools, pushing students to learn through dance. “We are thrilled to collaborate with Viva el Arte Santa Bárbara again. This partnership helps bring our teaching and performances to many communities lacking access to arts programming and in turn ignites cultural pride with a sense of belonging for those communities,” said Eduardo Vilaro, CEO and Artistic Director of Ballet Hispánico. “Now more than ever, our presence and work with Black and Brown communities FREE Family-friendly Musicis essential.” Over 130 students ranging from elementary through high school will have the opportunity to partake in these workshops. Ballet Hispánico company dancer and teaching artist Laura Lopez will lead the program, with students having the chance to Available engage with expert choreographers on demandand cultural contexts through the company’s repertory. Sat, Mar - Sat, Marevent 20 to Ultimately, there13 will be a live, virtual share FREE the residencies’ process with13 theatcommunities (Register by Mar 10 AM) of Isla Vista Elementary, Kermit McKenzie, With School. songs inAdditionally, Spanish anda and Santa Barbara High broadcast of Ballet Hispánico’s “En Familia” will be English inspired by Latin available from March 19th to the 26th on the TVSB American rhythms and North www.ballethispanico.org community channel.

Sonia De Los Santos

En Casa con Sonia

Ballet Hispánico company dancer and teaching artist Laura Lopez

American folk traditions, Sonia De Los Santos serves up a joyful musical story of Nursing culturalProgram bridge-building.

SB City College Vocational Ranks in Top 10 of Western U.S.



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N A SEASON OF AWARDS AND RECOGNITION FOR SANTA BARBARA CITY COLLEGE’S PROGRAMS, the college’s Vocational Nursing program has been listed by ranking service NursingProcess.org as #10 in the western U.S. “We applaud the efforts of Santa Barbara City College toward nurturing the academic and career goals of nursing students,” reads NursingProcess.org’s statement to SBCC on its recent win. “Congratulations to the students, faculty, and administrators of the college!” NursingProcess.org examined 423 Licensed Practical Nurse programs across the western U.S. in its efforts to determine the top ten programs. Each program was evaluated on four components – the nursing school’s reputation, affordability, academic quality, and National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN) pass rates. SBCC’s Vocational Nursing program lasts three semesters, with its graduates leaving prepared to act as ethical, caring, and competent Licensed Vocational Nurses in a range of environments, including hospices, clinics, homes, extended and more. Students learn about topics such Community Partners: Nataliecare, Orfalea Foundation & Lou Buglioli as medical-surgical nursing, pharmacology, administration of therapeutic agents, nutrition and care for patients with gastrointestinal problems, and the foundation of nursing practice in both laboratory and classroom style classes. www.sbcc.edu/nursing/vn/index.php

SB Unified PE Teacher Ethan Zolt and Junior League of Santa Barbara representative Jessica Burns


ORE SANTA BARBARA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENTS WILL BE RUNNING, JUMPING, AND PLAYING this spring thanks to the efforts of the Junior League of Santa Barbara and local Rotary Clubs. Upon realizing the need for equipment so students can continue their physical education classes at home, these organizations teamed up with the Santa Barbara Education Foundation to host soccer ball and jump rope drives. “The need for all kids to have access to sports equipment in the home is especially crucial during remote learning,” said SB Unified PE Teacher Ethan Zolt. “The joy and excitement of receiving this gift were evident, as smiling students proudly displayed their new soccer balls at our most recent PE Zoom classes!” The Junior League of Santa Barbara led the efforts for the soccer ball drive this past Chef and Humanitarian January. Local law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck sponsored the drive, with community members donating both new and gently used balls. A total of 640 soccer balls were gathered for SB Unified elementary students. Funding for new jump ropes was raised by local Rotary clubs, including Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise, Rotary Club of Santa Barbara North, and Rotary Club of Santa Barbara. To date, 850 jump ropes have already been distributed to SB Unified elementary students, with over a thousand more expected. https://sbefoundation.org

José Andrés

Changing the World Through the Power of Food in Conversation with Catherine Remak

Dana Reed and Gregg Hart Selected for Sun, Mar 14 / 5 PM Pacific LOSSAN Agency Board of$20Directors Leadership / UCSB students: FREE! (UCSBofstudent registration required) DANA REED has been selected to serve as the chairman the LOSSAN Agency Board. The Mayor Pro Tem for the City of IndianJosé Wells, he alsoand his nonprofit Andrés currently serves on the Riverside County Transportation Commission. World Central Kitchen use the His past experiences within the transportation industry include acting power of food to empower as the Undersecretary of the Business, Transportation, and Housing Agency, Executive Director of the California Toll Bridge Authority, a communities and strengthen member of the Orange County Transportation Authority Board, and economies. chairman of the Orange County Transportation Commission. Reed is a founding partner of Los Angeles-based law firm Reed & Davidson, LLP, and holds his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School. Dana Reed

GREGG HART, Santa Barbara County Supervisor, Second District, will serve as the vice chairman of the LOSSAN Agency Board. An engaged county resident, Hart has held a number of positions in local government over the years, including acting as a Santa Barbara City Council Member, a Planning Commissioner, and a California Coastal Commissioner. He has also been involved with local transportation efforts, having served as the original manager of the Santa Barbara County Association of Government’s (SBCAG) Traffic Solutions program, which promotes sustainable and environmentally-conscious transportation. He has also held the position of Deputy Executive Gregg Hart Special Thanks: Director for SBCAG, and supported efforts to improve bus and passenger rail service and widen the 101 freeway.

To learn more about the Los Angeles - San Diego - San Luis Obispo Rail Corridor Agency (805) 893-3535 | www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu (LOSSAN Agency), visit www.pacificsurfliner.com/about/lossan-updates.


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Downtown Business Spotlight: Theatre District Dining: El Centro Interdisciplinario de Humanidades de UCSB Kettmann speak SB withPublic Renaud GonthierTransmisiones (Renaud’s en vivo del Teatro Lobero: Apoya al Teatro Lobero para da la bienvenida al profesor W. Patrick para unaBook ClubMatt VirtualMcGray Social Justice - They Called UswillEnemy: Bests and online Richarddiscussion Yates (Opal) • 3pm Thursday, March discusión en línea con el profesorLibrary’s Alan LiuSocial sobreJustice su nuevo ver sus ofertas de conciertos virtuales, incluyendo John Kay, KT Tunstall y Book ClubPatisserie) will host this on George Harv 4th • Register (free) at https://tinyurl.com/y9fjucwv libro, seguida de una sesión de preguntas y respuestas • 4pm Pianos on State. Para boletos (Gratis-$15) visita Takei’s They Called Us Enemy from 5:45 to 6:45pm Thursday, February 25th. el jueves, 4 de marzo. Regístrate (gratis) en www.lobero.org/series/live-streaming Co-moderated by historical archaeologist Koji Lau-Ozawa. Register (free) at Downtown Business Spotlight: Cenas en el distrito de https://tinyurl.com/ybhnqugp https://tinyurl.com/yyw5mp78. los teatros: Matt Kettmann hablará con Renaud Gonthier Nightly Met Opera Streams: Streams begin at 7:30pm EDT at Patisserie) (Opal) • 3pmwww.metopera.org el jueves, Race to Justice Virtual Event - Michelle UCSB social(Renaud’s and are available for 20 hours. Club deAlexander: lectura de justicia virtual: Nos llamarony Richard enemigo:Yates El club 4 de marzopública • Regístrate en esta Arts & Lectures welcomes legal scholar, social de lectura de justice justicia social de la biblioteca de SB(gratis) organizará Transmisiones nocturnas de Met Opera: Las transmisiones comienzan a las https://tinyurl.com/y9fjucwv advocate, and author Michelle Alexander conversation discusiónforenalínea sobre Nos llamaron enemigo de George Takei de 5:45 a 7:30pm EDT en www.metopera.org y están disponibles durante 20 horas. and Q&A. Writer of the bestselling book The New Jim 6:45pm el jueves, 25 de febrero. Co-moderado por el arqueólogo histórico Indy Book Club: Hosted by the SB Public Library and The Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age Colorblindness, she (gratis) en CAMA KojiofLau-Ozawa. Regístrate Santa Barbara Independent, this month’s discussion will beat Home Presents An Interview with Stephen Hough: Filmed will discuss racial injustice in thehttps://tinyurl.com/yyw5mp78. legal system and mass interview on Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler • 6-7pm Thursday,with critically acclaimed British pianist, composer, teacher, and incarceration • 5pm Thursday, March 4th • Register (free for writer • https://tinyurl.com/y4uu8jub. March 4th • Register (free) at https://tinyurl.com/yarzperr UCSB students, $10 general admission) at MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO CAMA en Casa presenta una entrevista con Stephen Hough: entrevista Club de lectura Indy: Organizado por la biblioteca pública https://tinyurl.com/yca3podt multi-unit housing projects • through Wednesday March 3rd, visit filmada SBIFF Family Film Fun - Snow White and the Seven Dwarves: Enjoy this SB y The Santa Barbara Independent, la discusión de este con el pianista, compositor, profesor y escritor británico aclamado vicepresidenta asociada y especialista que trabaja en ventas Evento virtual de La Raza a la justicia - Michelle https://tinyurl.com/y7jwrn26. por Butler la crítica • https://tinyurl.com/y4uu8jub . timeless Disney classic about the mes beautiful princess Snow White and her de Octavia será sobre La parábola del sembrador privadas en Christie’s Nueva York • 12 a 1pm, jueves, 4 de Alexander: UCSB Arts & Lecturesefforts le da to la bienvenida a queen in this week’s Family Fun Film! 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Reunión demore/attend la Comisiónhttps://tinyurl.com/y7p9hamq de Planificación de la Ciudad de SB • 1pm County of SB Agricultural Preserve Advisory Committee Meeting • 9am to be posted at https://tinyurl.com/ycques42 jueves, 4 de marzo. más información /ve la reunión County of SB Planning Commission Meeting • 9am Wednesday, March ReuniónObtén de la Comisión de Planificación de la en Ciudad de SB • 1pm jueves, 11 North Architectural Review • 9am Friday, February 26th. Friday,Board Marchof5th. Agenda: https://tinyurl.com/y6cm7nq4 3rd. Agenda: https://tinyurl.com/y6zgomxe. de marzo. Obtén más información/asiste de forma virtual en Reuniónhttps://tinyurl.com/y6cm7nq4. de la Junta de Supervisores del Condado de SB • 9am martes, 9 de Agenda/meeting link https://tinyurl.com/y6cm7nq4. Reunión del Comité Asesor de la Reserva Agrícola del Condado de SB • 9am marzo. agenda sedepublicará en https://tinyurl.com/ycques42 https://tinyurl.com/y7p9hamq. 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City of SB Historic Landmarks Commission consent agenda review • Reunión de la Junta de Revisión de Arquitectura del Condado Sur de SB City of SB Single Family Design Board consent agenda review • 11am Agenda to be posted at https://tinyurl.com/y6cm7nq4 11amReunión Wednesday, Learn more/attend 5 de marzo. Agenda: https://tinyurl.com/y6cm7nq4. del March Comité3rd. de Carteles de la Ciudad de SB • 9-11am martes, 9 de• 9am viernes, Reunión de la Junta de Revisión de Arquitectura de Montecito • 1pm jueves, Monday, March 1st. Learn more/attend https://tinyurl.com/y9q2ng9v. Santa Barbara Ghost Reunión del Administrador de Zonificación del Condado de SB • lunes, 8 de https://tinyurl.com/ybt8ztba. Santa Barbara Ghost ToursTours marzo. Obtén más información/asiste de forma virtual en 11 de marzo. La agenda publicaráCommittee en https://tinyurl.com/y6cm7nq4. 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Opera SB Operation Eurydice: Opera Santa Barbara is offering free, live community music performances each week. Lotusland esta abierto. Para reservar una visita autoguiada, Learn more and view upcoming performances near you at llama al 805.969.9990. www.lotusland.org https://tinyurl.com/y85kbbuv. Carpinteria Birdwatchers Virtual Meetings: Evening Opera SB Operación Eurídice: Opera Santa Barbara birdwatching classes and morning birdwatching outings ofrece presentaciones de música comunitaria en vivo gratis • Free , all ages & ability levels. 4-5:15pm Thursdays via cada semana. Obtén más información y ve las próximas Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/y9rheypj presentaciones cerca de ti en https://tinyurl.com/y85kbbuv Reuniones Virtuales de Observadores de Aves de Luke Theatre’s Virtual Concert Series: SB Singer/songwriter Carpinteria: Clases nocturnas de observación de aves y Mendeleyev; Resonance: Artists reflecting on our diverse salidas matutinas de observación de aves • Gratis, todas las cultures with songs, musical compositions, and spoken word; edades y niveles de habilidad. 4-5:15pm los jueves a través Pianos at The Luke: SB artists play a diverse selection; Singer/ de Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/y9rheypj songwriter and producer Jackson Gillies in Concert. Watch free at www.luketheatre.org SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES Serie de conciertos virtuales del Teatro Luke: El Cantante Virtual Blood Drive sponsored by Santa Barbara County y compositor de SB Mendeleyev; Resonancia: Artistas que Museums & Cultural ArtsGiovanni Organizationsand • through reflexionan sobre nuestras diversas con canciones, Valdis Jansons will singculturas the dual roles of the infamous Don his March 26th • Signwill up: https://tinyurl.com/ycowswwk composiciones musicales y la palabra hablada; Pianos personal attendant, Leporello and atApril Amante sing the challenging role of The Luke: Los artistas de SB tocan una selección diversa; Donna Anna. Donación de sangre virtual patrocinada por los museos Cantante / compositor y productor Jackson Gillies en y organizaciones de artes culturales del condado de Santa Concierto. Disfrútalos gratis en www.luketheatre.org UCSB Opera Theatre & Department of Music Amadeus Bárbara • presents hasta el 26 de Wolfgang marzo • Inscríbete: Giovanni: at 6pm February 26th. Sung in Italian with LoberoMozart’s Theatre LiveDon Streams: Support the Lobero by Friday,https://tinyurl.com/ycowswwk English surtitles. Directed by UCSB watching their offerings of virtual concerts including, JohnAssociate Professor Dr. Isabel Bayrakdarian. Streamed a For YouTube Premiere. Kay, KTFree, Tunstall, and Pianos onas State. tickets (Free-$15) For info visit https://tinyurl.com/yyvunrxk visit www.lobero.org/series/live-streaming

Friday • viernes


Transmisiones vivo delyTeatro Lobero: Apoya al de Música de UCSB presenta Don Giovanni Teatro de en ópera Departamento Teatro Lobero para verAmadeus sus ofertas de conciertos | NIÑOS de Wolfgang Mozart:virtuales, el viernes,CHILDREN 26 de febrero a las 6pm. Cantada en incluyendo Kay,subtítulos KT Tunstall yen Pianos on State.Dirigido Para italianoJohn con inglés. por laQueen profesora asociada deJoin UCSB Drag Story Hour with Miss Angel: The Dra. boletos visita Isabel(Gratis-$15) Bayrakdarian. Gratis, transmitido como estreno en YouTube. Para obtener UCSB Multicultural Center featuring children’s books www.lobero.org/series/live-streaming información, visita https://tinyurl.com/yyvunrxk that highlight diverse voices and focus on themes such as Nightly Met Opera Streams: Streams begin at 7:30pm EDT empathy, acceptance, and more • Craft materials needed at www.metopera.org and are available for 20 hours. for activities • 5pm Friday, March 5th • Access link (free) at sobre varios temas el segundo y cuarto viernes de cada mes https://tinyurl.com/yyyqwffa. SPECIAL EVENTS ESPECIALES Transmisiones nocturnas|deEVENTOS Met Opera: Las transmisiones • 9:30-10:30am viernes, 26 de febrero • Regístrate comienzan a las 7:30pm EDT en www.metopera.org y están Hora del cuento de Drag Queen con Miss Angel: Únete 2021 Virtual SB Annual Community Seed Swap: Santa https://tinyurl.com/ycskf3jj disponibles durante 20Network’s horas. 13th Annual Community al Centro Multicultural de UCSB que presenta libros Barbara Permaculture The Science Behind COVID-19 Vaccines Otheren para niños que destacan voces diversas y seand enfocan Seed Swap is ongoing, through Februarywith 27th.Stephen To view CAMA at Home Presents An Interview Interventions: Join UCSB medical andy más microbiology temas como la empatía, la aceptación • Materiales activitiesFilmed and participate, event’sacclaimed FacebookBritish page at Hough: interview visit with the critically experts for this online panel discussion and• Q&A • 12:30pm de artesanía necesarios para las actividades Viernes, 5 de https://tinyurl.com/y68om8t3 pianist, composer, teacher, and writer • Thursday, 25th de • Register (free) aten marzo a lasFebruary 5pm • Enlace acceso (gratis) https://tinyurl.com/y4uu8jub Intercambio anual virtual de semillas de la comunidad https://tinyurl.com/yao928t2. https://tinyurl.com/yyyqwffa. de SB del El 13º intercambio anualcon de semillas CAMA en2021: Casa presenta una entrevista Stephende la La ciencia detrás de las vacunas COVID-19 y otras comunidad de la Red de Permacultura de Santa Bárbara Hough: entrevista filmada con el pianista, compositor, DANCE | Únete BAILE intervenciones: a los expertos médicos y está en curso, hastabritánico el 27 de febrero. actividades profesor y escritor aclamadoPara porverla las crítica • microbiológicos dePark: UCSBME paraSabor este Dance panel deStudio discusión en Dance Class in the is hosting yhttps://tinyurl.com/y4uu8jub participar, visita la página de Facebook del evento en línea y sesión de preguntas y respuestas jueves, outdoor salsa and bachata dance classes •at12:30pm, the Oak Park https://tinyurl.com/y68om8t3 The Home Project: The Marjorie Luke Theatre Virtual 25 de atfebrero (gratis) en and Fridays. Stage 500 W.• Regístrate Alamar Ave. on Mondays Virtual Blood sponsored Santa Barbara Concert SeriesDrive and On the VergebyTheatre FestivalCounty present https://tinyurl.com/yao928t2 Participants must wear face masks, and register in advance Museums & Cultural Arts Organizations • through March The Home Project, featuring local poets, playwrights, spoken ($12) at www.mesabordancestudio.com/classes. 26thvisual • Signartists. up: https://tinyurl.com/ycowswwk and Free • www.luketheatre.org MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO Clase de baile en el parque: ME Sabor Dance Studio está Donación patrocinada por los museos El proyectodedesangre la casa:virtual La Serie de Conciertos Virtuales A virtual performance of The Hall, organizando clases de baile de Mountaintop salsa y bachatabyalKatori aire libre y organizaciones de artes deldecondado de Santa del Teatro Marjorie Luke culturales y el Festival Teatro On the reimagining lastAve. nightloson en el escenarioRev. deDr. OakMartin Park enLuther 500 W.King’s Alamar Bárbara • hasta el 26 de marzo • Inscríbete: Verge presentan El proyecto de la casa, con poetas locales, earth ypresented by The Pacific Conservatory Theatre, at y lunes viernes. Los participantes deben usar cubrebocas https://tinyurl.com/ycowswwk dramaturgos, artistas hablados y visuales • Gratis • 7pm Friday,con February 26th and 1:30pm registrarse anticipación ($12) en Saturday, February www.luketheatre.org 27th. For tickets ($10): https://tinyurl.com/y65jn7pf www.mesabordancestudio.com/classes.

Friday • viernes


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State Street Promenade Market: Located on the 900 & 1000 DANCE blocks of State Street between Carrillo and Figueroa Sts • 3Dance to 7:30pm ClassThursdays in the Park:• https://tinyurl.com/yx9v4pmd ME Sabor Dance Studio is hosting outdoor salsa and Street bachataPromenade: dance classes at the Oak Mercado del State Ubicado en lasPark Stage at 900 500yW.1000 Alamar Mondays Fridays. cuadras de laAve. CalleonState entre lasandCalles Carrillo y Participants wearlosface masks, Figueroa • 3 amust 7:30pm jueves • and register in advance ($12) at www.mesabordancestudio.com/classes. https://tinyurl.com/yx9v4pmd Clase deTours bailewith en elSanta parque: ME Sabor Spooky Barbara GhostDance Tours:Studio Join está organizando de baileasdeshesalsa al aire libre Professor Julieclases Ann Brown toursy bachata you through en el escenario Oak Park en 500theW.stories Alamarof Ave. Downtown SantadeBarbara sharing locallos resident lunes y viernes. participantes deben usar cubrebocas ghosts.A variety Los of tours: Downtown Paranormal Wine andy registrarse con anticipación ($12) en Dead of the Night • Spirits; Legends, Myths, and Mayhem; www.mesabordancestudio.com/classes. $35-$150 • www.sbghosttour.com Recorridos espeluznantes con Santa Barbara Ghost Tours: LECTURES | MEETINGS WORKSHOPS Únete a la profesora Julie Ann Brown|mientras recorre por elCONFERENCIAS centro de Santa Bárbara compartiendo las historias de los | REUNIONES fantasmas residentes locales. Una variedad de recorridos: Virtual Diversify Our Narrative Book Club: SB Public Vinos y licores paranormales del centro; Leyendas, mitos y Library in collaboration with Diversify Our Narrative caos; Muerto de la noche • $ 35-$150 • www.sbghosttour.com Carpinteria will host its next meeting from 3:30-4:30pm The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden • dailyD.from 10am to Friday, February 26th Allegedly by Tiffany Jackson. 5pm daily.(free) Visitors must wear a mask and practice social Register at https://tinyurl.com/yyuyrmns distancing • www.sbbg.org Círculo de lectores virtual - Diversify Our Narrative: La El jardín botánico de en Santa Bárbara • abierto todos los Biblioteca Pública SB colaboración con Diversify Our días de 10am a 5pm. Los visitantessudeben usarreunión cubrebocas Narrative Carpinteria organizará próxima de y practicar el distanciamiento • www.sbbg.org 3:30-4:30pm el viernes, 26 desocial febrero. Supuestamente por Tiffany D. Jackson. Regístrate (gratis) en The Gaviota Coast Conservancy: Recommends three walks https://tinyurl.com/yyuyrmns that you can take on the Gaviota Coast: Coal Oil Point Reserve andinDevereux Slough, BaronJoin Ranch, and Arroyo TED & Joe the Morning - Sleep: the Santa Barbara Hondo Preserve.tohttps://tinyurl.com/y7rn6jyt Public Library watch and discuss TED Talks on various topics the second and fourth Fridays of each month • 9:30The Gaviota Coast Conservancy: Recomienda tres 10:30am Friday, February 26th • Register caminatas que puedes realizar en la costa de Gaviota: Coal https://tinyurl.com/ycskf3jj Oil Point Reserve y Devereux Slough, Baron Ranch y Arroyo Hondo Preserve. https://tinyurl.com/y7rn6jyt TED y Joe en la mañana - Dormir: Únete a la Biblioteca Pública de Santa Bárbara para ver y discutir TED Talks

La cima de la montaña: The Pacific Conservatory Theatre

LECTURES | MEETINGS WORKSHOPS presentará una presentación virtual | de La cima de la montaña por Katori Hall, reinventando la última noche en CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES

la tierra del reverendo Dr. Martin Luther King, a las 7pm el 16th Annual viernes, 26 deWestmont’s febrero y a laPresident’s 1:30pm el(Virtual) sábado, 27Breakfast de febrero. featuring speaker Koehn, a Harvard historian and Para boletos ($10):Nancy https://tinyurl.com/y65jn7pf bestselling author • 8am Friday, March 5th • Purchase tickets Fires in Mirror: Crown Heights, Brooklyn and Other ($35) at the https://westmont.edu/breakfast Identities: The UCSB Department of Theatre/Dance will Decimosexto desayuno anual of delFires presidente de Westmont present a virtual performance in the Mirror: Crown (virtual) con la oradora Nancy Koehn, by historiadora Heights, Brooklyn and Other Identities, Anna Deavere de Harvard y autora de bestsellers, se llevará a cabo Smith and directed by Risa Brainin, at 7pm Friday, February virtualmente este año27th • viernes, de marzo a las &8am • 26th; 7pm February and at51pm on 27thth 28th. Compra boletos ($35) https://westmont.edu/breakfast Access the viewing link (free) at https://tinyurl.com/y4bbna27 Classic Cocktails hosted by the CAMA Women’s Board: Virtual series coinciding withCrown new episodes the LA Phil’s Los incendios en el Espejo: Heights, ofBrooklyn y SOUND/STAGE & featuring a cocktail weekde otras identidades:series El Departamento de Teatroof/ the Danza demo; presentation Dr. David Malvinni more • 5pm UCSB apresentará unabypresentación virtual de&Los incendios Friday, MarchCrown 5th • Register at y otras identidades, de en el Espejo: Heights, (free) Brooklyn https://tinyurl.com/y7pa6err Anna Deavere Smith y dirigida por Risa Brainin, a las 7pm el viernes,clásicos 26 de febrero; 7pm elpor 27 ladejunta febrero 1pm el de 27 Cócteles organizados de ymujeres y 28 de febrero. Accede enlace para la presentación CAMA: Serie virtual quealcoincide conver nuevos episodios virtual (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/y4bbna27 de la serie SOUND / STAGE de LA Phil y presenta una demostración del cóctel de la semana; una presentación del Dr. David|Malvinni y más • 5pm viernes, 5 de marzo • MUSIC MÚSICA Regístrate (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/y7pa6err UCSB Opera Theatre & Department of Music presents Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Don Giovanni: at 6pm MOVIES & 26th. THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO Friday, February Sung in Italian with English surtitles. Directed by UCSBTheatre Associate Dr. Isabel The Pacific Conservatory willProfessor present Into the Bayrakdarian. Free, Streamed as a YouTube For Breeches! by George Brant, sharing the tale ofPremiere. a director’s info and visitan https://tinyurl.com/yyvunrxk wife unlikely troupe of players putting on a production of Shakespeare’s Henriad during WWII • Teatro de ópera y Departamento de Música de UCSB 7pm Friday, 5th, with an additional performance presenta DonMarch Giovanni de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: el atviernes, 1:30pm26Saturday, 6th. Purchase ($10)con at de febreroMarch a las 6pm. Cantada tickets en italiano https://tinyurl.com/yathtjvd subtítulos en inglés. Dirigido por la profesora asociada dePacific UCSB Conservatory Dra. Isabel Bayrakdarian. Gratis, transmitido El Theatre presentará Into the como estreno en YouTube. obtener información, Breeches! por George Brant,Para compartiendo la historia devisita la https://tinyurl.com/yyvunrxk esposa de un director y un grupo poco probable de actores

que montan una producción HenriadLIBRE de Shakespeare OUTDOORS | AL deAIRE durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Compra boletos ($10) Rancho La Patera & Stow House: Take a a tour of the en https://tinyurl.com/yathtjvd newly-opened Ranch Yard, drop off a donation, support the Museum Store, enjoy the beautiful grounds of Rancho La MUSIC | orMÚSICA Patera • 11am to 2pm weekends. www.goletahistory.org First Fridays at Four Concerts: The Santa Maria Rancho La Patera & Stow House: un recorrido Philharmonic Society releases free,Haz recorded concertspor theel recientemente inaugurado Ranch Yard, dejachannel. una donación, first Friday of each month on its YouTube View apoya la tienda del museo ato disfruta de los hermosos this month’s performance https://tinyurl.com/y8vh5k8r terrenos de Rancho La Patera los fines de 11am a 2pm los Primeros vierneswww.goletahistory.org en cuatro conciertos: La Sociedad fines de semana. Filarmónica de Santa María lanza conciertos grabados ySPECIAL gratuitos el EVENTS primer viernes de cada mes enESPECIALES su canal de | EVENTOS YouTube. Ve el rendimiento de este mes en Black is Beautiful Showcase: Join Healing Justice Santa https://tinyurl.com/y8vh5k8r Barbara for this online celebration, featuring performances and talents such as spoken visualLIBRE arts, music, dance, OUTDOORS | ALword, AIRE and more, from 4-8pm Friday, February 26th. Free, Rancho LatoPatera Stow House: Takeata a tour of the donations HJSB&welcome. Register newly-opened Ranch Yard, drop off a donation, support the https://tinyurl.com/y6gou3wl. Museum Store, or enjoy the beautiful grounds of Rancho La Espectáculo es hermoso: Únete a Healing Justice Patera • 11amdetoNegro 2pm weekends. www.goletahistory.org Santa Barbara para esta celebración en línea, que presenta Rancho La Patera & Stowcomo House:la Haz un recorrido el presentaciones y talentos palabra hablada, lasporartes recientemente inaugurado unaeldonación, visuales, la música, la danzaRanch y más,Yard, de 4deja a 8pm viernes, 26 apoya la tienda del museo o disfruta de lossonhermosos de febrero. Donaciones gratuitas a HJSB bienvenidas. terrenos La Patera los fines de 11am a 2pm los RegístratedeenRancho https://tinyurl.com/y6gou3wl. fines de semana. www.goletahistory.org

Saturday •• sábado Saturday sábado 2.27.21 3.6.21 CHILDREN | NIÑOS OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE

Chocolate Baby Story Time: Join Healing Justice Santa Hike thefor Arroyo Hondo on Mondays Barbara a reading of IPreserve Am Perfectly Designedand by Karamo Wednesdays, 12:30Me to 3pm andDiggs the first and third weekends Brown and Mixed by Taye at 10am Saturday, ofFebruary the month, and Sundays from 10am to at 27th.Saturdays Register (free or by donation to HJSB) 12:30pm and 12:30pm to 3pm. It’s free to visit and www.hjsb.org/chocolate-baby-story-time. reservations are required. Pets are not allowed. Fill out the Hora de cuentos de chocolate: Únete a Healing Justice reservation form: Bebé https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge Santa Barbara para una lectura de Estoy perfectamente diseñado Camina en Brown la reserva ArroyodeHondo los lunes miércoles de Karamo y Mezclado Taye Diggs a lasy10am el de 12:3027a 3pm y el primer y tercer fin odepor semana del mes, sábado, de febrero. Regístrate (gratis donación a sábados domingos de 10am a 12:30pm y de 12:30pm a HJSB) eny www.hjsb.org/chocolate-baby-story-time. 3pm. La visita es gratuita y se requieren reservaciones. No Happens Camp •Completa registrationel open for small group seSurf permiten mascotas. formulario de reserva: surf camps • spring (March 22-26) and summer (June 7 https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge August 27) • Register ($450-550) at Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History outdoor https://tinyurl.com/y77m6ra5. exhibitions open to the public. Face masks required, Campamento de SurfReservations: Happens • inscripción abierta para limited reservations. campamentos de surf de grupos pequeños • primavera (22https://tinyurl.com/y59egp4r 26 de marzo) y verano (7 de junio-27 de agosto) • Regístrate Las exhibiciones al aire libre del Museo de Historia ($450-$550) en https://tinyurl.com/y77m6ra5. Natural de Santa Bárbara están abiertas al público. Se requieren reservaciones limitadas. Reservas: MUSICcubrebocas, | MÚSICA https://tinyurl.com/y59egp4r Santa Barbara Symphony’s Santa Barbara Celebration: A program highlighting Santa Barbara’s musical talents and a tribute to local medical professionals. Performances including State Street from Bramwell Tovey’s Santa Barbara Sonata, Beethoven’s Romance in F Major with concertmaster LECTURES MEETINGS WORKSHOPS Jessica Guideri. | Livestreamed at 7pm|Saturday, February 27th & re-broadcast at 3pm Sunday, Feb. 28th. For tickets CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES ($65-$300/household) visit https://tinyurl.com/yxs2dvus. House Calls Virtual Event - Ann Patchett: UCSB Arts & Celebración de Santa Bárbara dewriter la Sinfónica de Santafor Lectures will host award-winning Ann Patchett un programa destaca aBárbara: conversation with Lilyque King, authorlosoftalentos Writersmusicales & Lovers, de Santa by Bárbara y un tributowill a los médicos followed a Q&A. Patchett beprofesionales calling from Parnassus locales.which Presentaciones queinincluyen Street• Register de la Sonata Books, she opened NashvilleState in 2011 de Santa Bárbarastudents, de Bramwell Tovey,admission) Romance enatF mayor (free for UCSB $10 general de Beethoven con la concertista Jessica Guideri. Transmitido https://tinyurl.com/yb4nkpej en vivo a las 7pm el sábado, 27 de febrero y re-transmitido a Evento de Visitas domicilio - Ann Patchett: las 3pmvirtual el domingo, 28 dea febrero. Para boletos ($65-$300/ UCSB Lectures recibirá a la galardonada escritora hogar)Arts visita& https://tinyurl.com/yxs2dvus. Ann Patchett para una conversación con Lily King, autora de Writers & Lovers, seguida una sesión de preguntas OUTDOORS | ALdeAIRE LIBRE y respuestas. Patchett llamará desde Parnassus Books, Santa Barbara Museumenof2011 Natural History(gratis outdoor que abrió en Nashville • Regístrate para exhibitionsdeopen to the public.general Face masks estudiantes UCSB, entrada de $10)required, en limited reservations. Reservations: https://tinyurl.com/yb4nkpej https://tinyurl.com/y59egp4r. Virtual Climate Brainstorming Session: The City of Las exhibiciones al aire del Museo de Historiain this Santa Barbara invites thelibre community to participate Natural to de explore Santa Bárbara abiertas to al público. meeting climate están opportunities help reachSe requieren cubrebocas, reservaciones limitadas. Reservas: carbon neutrality by 2035 • 1-3pm Sunday, March 7th • https://tinyurl.com/y59egp4r. Register https://tinyurl.com/ycle2b6z

Sunday • domingo


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Science Pub From Home: Saving Penguins: with global conservationist, TV presenter, and filmmaker Stephanie Arne. Virtual lecture hosted by the SB Museum of Natural History • 6:30-7:30pm Monday, March 8th • Register (free) https://tinyurl.com/ybfbh67h

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Chaucer’s Books Virtual Author Discussion New York Times Columnist Margaret Renkl: SBCC Bonnie Marcus, award-winning entrepreneur and Forbes professor David | Starkey will host Margaret Renkl in his LECTURES MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS MUSIC |writer MÚSICA contributing on her new book Not Done Yet! with creative writing class 6-7pm Monday, March 8th. All are New York Times bestselling author Camerata Dr. Lois P. Pacifica Frankel • 6pm CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES Concerts@Home: 10am Sundays, welcome, register at https://tinyurl.com/y8wtbkb5 Tuesday, March&9th • Access the Zoom link (free) at streams music interviews from their video library. Soulful Healing Through Gentle Yoga: Join Dr. Azure La columnista del New York Times Margaret Renkl: https://tinyurl.com/y89h9hdb View at https://cameratapacifica.org/concerts-at-home/#. Stewart for an online yoga workshop at 10am Sunday, El profesor de SBCC, David Starkey, será el anfitrión de Discusión de Chaucer’s BooksCamerata contara February 28th. 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Parte de la programación Arne. Virtual lecture hosted by the SB Museum of Natural https://tinyurl.com/y89h9hdb del evento del Mes de la Historia Negra. Gratis. Para History • 6:30-7:30pm Monday, March 8th • Register (free) Black History Month Virtual Culture House - Comedy Defeating the Puente Power Plant: Victory for People confirmar tu asistencia, envía un correo electrónico a https://tinyurl.com/ybfbh67h While Black: A candid, raw, humorous, and irreverent & Planet: The Fund for Santa Barbara will host this HealingJusticeSB@protonmail.com. analysis of modern Black comedy titled Comedy While Bar de ciencia desde casa: Salvando pingüinos: con la educational workshop featuring Maricela Morales Black: They Haven’t Shot Us for This (Yet) from 2-5pm Chefs in Conversation - Samin Nosrat and Yotam conservacionista mundial, presentadora de televisión y (CAUSE), Linda Krop (EDC), and Carmen Ramirez Sunday, February 28th. 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Testimonios: California temprana a través de los ojos de las mujeres, 1815-1848: Para el Mes de la Historia de la Mujer, únete al Museo Histórico de Santa Bárbara para una presentación de este importante libro, que incluye los relatos de primera mano de 13 mujeres que vivían en California antes de que se convirtiera en un estado estadounidense • 5pm, miércoles 10 de marzo • Regístrate (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/y8exzxdv Art Matters Lecture: The SB Museum of Art welcomes McGill University Associate

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Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women, 1815-1848: For Women’s History Month, join the Santa Barbara Historical Museum for a presentation on this important book, which includes the firsthand accounts of 13 women living in California before it became an American state • 5pm, Wednesday March 10th • Register (free) at https://tinyurl.com/y8exzxdv

Professor Mary Hunter for her presentation on artist Berthe Mahakankala BuddhistMorisot’s Center Onlinework, Classes:Expert Evening State Street Ballet Touch: presents Ballroom: Hands, Infectious Painting and Pregnancy in Morisot’s TheandMother classes, 6:30-7:30pm Wednesdays Thursdays,and and 2019 Ballroom will Sister production of the Artist of • 3-4pm Thursday, March10:30-11:45am 4th. Register (free) atSuggested donation/class Sunday morning. stream for free on YouTube as part https://tinyurl.com/y72usvvj $10. Register at https://tinyurl.com/y9ea3wpj of Sharing the Spotlight spring series Clases línea del Center: Clases • 7:30pm Thursday, Conferencia deMarch El arte 11th importa: El Museo deenArte SBMahakankala le da la Buddhist bienvenida nocturnas, 6:30-7:30pm miércoles ypor jueves, premiere, available for viewing a la profesora asociada de la Universidad McGill, MarylosHunter, suy 10:3011:45am los domingos por laymañana. 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Se requiere distanciapara social https://tinyurl.com/ycxp3opr serie de conciertos digitales semanales gratuitos a las 12pm y cubrebocas. State Street Ballet presents Ballroom: 2019 production of todos los martes. Obtén más información y disfruta en Stories the Park Children’sasProject: The Ballroomat will stream- Carpinteria for free on YouTube part of Sharing https://tinyurl.com/y76xkfdn SB Library invites and your family toMarch enjoy11th LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS thePublic Spotlight spring seriesyou • 7:30pm Thursday, activities Señorita by Ben Gundersheimer premiere,and available forMariposa viewing through March 17th at CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES from 10:30am-12pm Wednesday, March 3rd at Carpinteria www.youtube.com/c/StateStreetBallet Children’s Project • No registration required, social Understanding Medicare: Join the Health Insurance State Streetand Ballet Ballroom: La producción de distancing facepresenta masks required. Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) for this free 2019 de Ballroom se transmitirá gratis en YouTube como presentation at 11am March 2nd. Registration Historias en el Parque Carpinteria Children’sel Project: CHILDREN |Tuesday, NIÑOS parte de la serie de primavera Compartiendo centro de required, register by contacting 1-800-434-0222, 1-805-928La biblioteca pública de SB te invita a ti y tua familia a atención • Estreno del jueves, 11 de marzo las 7:30pm, Children’s Art Classes or through Santa Barbara Arts 5663, Seniors@kcbx.net onlinethe at CentralCoastSeniors.org. disfrutar las actividades y Señorita disponibledehasta el 17 de marzo en Mariposa de Ben Collaborative at the Community Arts Workshop. 3:30 to Gundersheimer de 10:30am a 12pm el miércoles, 3 de Entendiendo Medicare: Únete Programa Consejería www.youtube.com/c/StateStreetBallet 5pm Wednesdays through Aprilal21st. 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de 3:30 a 5pm de hasta el 21aldeMedicare: abril. Gratis para quienes más Presentación nuevo El Programa lodenecesitan. Regístrate o haz sobre preguntas, en de Salud Asesoramiento y Defensa Seguros foundcre8@gmail.com o llamando al 805-895-1134. patrocinará esta presentación virtual gratuita a las 10am el jueves, 11 de marzo. Para registrarte, llama al 1-800434-0222, 1-805-928-5663, o envía un electrónico a LECTURES | MEETINGS | correo WORKSHOPS Seniors@kcbx.net o visita www.CentralCoastSeniors.org


PFLAG Spanish Speaking March Meeting • 7pm Women in March Construction: Join the SB Contractors Thursday, 11th. Pre-registration is required, contact Association in partnership with the AIA Santa Barbara for pflagsantabarbara@gmail.com this moderated panel and webinar • 3-4pm Wednesday, Reunión marzo de($15 habla • jueves, March 3rdde• Register forhispana SBCA &de AIAPFLAG Members, $20 11 de marzo a las 7pm. Se requiere preinscripción, envía un general admission) at https://tinyurl.com/yddyysws correo electrónico a pflagsantabarbara@gmail.com Mujeres en la construcción: Únete a la Asociación de A Webinar on Vaccines: Living Contratistas SBCOVID-19 en asociación con AIAIndependent Santa Barbara para Resource will yhost this freeweb webinar este panel Center moderado seminario • 3 deabout marzohow de 3the a vaccine works, possible side-effects, 4pm • Regístrate ($15 para miembrosand de how SBCAtoysign AIA,up$20for theadmisión vaccine •general) 10:30amenThursday, March 11th • Register by de https://tinyurl.com/yddyysws. March 4th at www.ilrc-trico.org/covid-19/registration.php Un seminario web sobre vacunas del COVID-19: El Centro de Recursos para la Vida Independiente será el anfitrión de

Communications Professional: The Association for Women Cultivar el conocimiento: impulsar la preparación para inla Communications SB chapterPública will hostdepoets Melinda escuela: Únete a la- Biblioteca SB para esta Palacios and sobre Kundaicómo Chikowero • 5:30pmpueden Wednesday, clase virtual los cuidadores apoyar las March 3rd • de Register ($10y general free for AWChabilidades los niños cómo seadmission, evalúa su preparación SB paramembers) la escuelaat• https://tinyurl.com/yapc7ukc 1-2pm jueves, 11 de marzo • Regístrate (gratis) El poderendehttps://tinyurl.com/y72uu4bx la poesía: Aprovechar a tu poeta interior como profesional deArt la comunicación: El capítulo de la Asociación Adult Studio Workshop - Drawing: In honor of de Mujeres en Women’s las Comunicaciones - SB recibirá las poetas International Day, SB Museum of Art aTeaching Melinda Palacios y Kundai Chikowero 5:30pm miércoles, Artist Tina Villdolid will host a virtual•workshop based on 3the dework marzoof• artist Regístrate (entrada gratis para Barbara Kastengeneral • 5-6pm$10, Thursday, March miembros de (free) AWC-SB) en https://tinyurl.com/yapc7ukc 11 • Register at https://tinyurl.com/y83nnb3d Virtual Session: The CityEnofhonor Taller deClimate arte deBrainstorming estudio para adultos - Dibujo: Santa invitesdethelacommunity to participate al DíaBarbara Internacional Mujer, la Artista Docente in delthis meeting explore climate opportunities to helpunreach Museo detoArte de SB Tina Villdolid organizará taller carbon 2035 • 11am-1pm March virtual neutrality basado en by el trabajo de la artistaWednesday, Barbara Kasten •5a 3rd 6pm,• Register jueves 11https://tinyurl.com/ycle2b6z. de marzo • Regístrate (gratis) at https://tinyurl.com/y83nnb3d Sesión virtual de lluvia de ideas sobre el clima: La ciudad de Santa Bárbara comunidad a participar Chaucer’s Booksinvita Virtuala laAuthor Discussion with en esta reuniónE.para explorarprofessor oportunidades climáticas Dr. Daniel Lieberman, and chair of the para ayudar a alcanzar la neutralidad de carbono el 2035 • Department of Human Evolutionary Biologypara at Harvard 11am-1pm de marzo • Regístrate en University, miércoles, on his new3book Exercised: Why Something https://tinyurl.com/ycle2b6z. We Never Evolved to Do Is Healthy and Rewarding • 5pm Thursday, March 11 • Access Zoom linkClasses: (free) atEvening Mahakankala Buddhist Center Online https://tinyurl.com/yawhvhoh classes, 6:30-7:30pm Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 10:30-11:45am Sunday morning. SuggestedBooks donation/class Discusión virtual del autor de Chaucer’s con $10. el Dr.Register DanielatE.https://tinyurl.com/y9ea3wpj Lieberman, profesor y presidente del Departamento de Biología Evolutiva Humana de la Clases Clases en línea del Mahakankala Buddhist Center: Universidad6:30-7:30pm de Harvard,losenmiércoles su nuevo ylibro Ejercitado: nocturnas, jueves, y 10:30-Por qué algo los quedomingos nunca evolucionamos para hacer es sugerida saludable 11:45am por la mañana. Donación y gratificante 5pm jueves, 11 de marzo • Accede al enlace por clase $10. •Regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y9ea3wpj de Zoom (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/yawhvhoh What’s Next for Interfaith MOVIES & Immigration THEATRE Advocates? | CINEThe Y TEATRO

Sanctuary Alliance of SB will host this virtual panel Mulan: The UCSB Multicultural Center will host an online discussion with Rev. Dr. Alexia Salvatierra, former director screening of the 2020 film Mulan followed by discussion • of CLUE LA; Frank Rodriguez, policy advocate with 6pm Wednesday, March 3rd • Access screening/Zoom link at CAUSE; and more on how to support immigrants rights https://tinyurl.com/yyyqwffa movement locally and nationally • 7-8:30pm Thursday, March 11th • Register (free) at https://tinyurl.com/ydgpshvz Mulan: El Centro Multicultural UCSB ofrecerá una proyección en línea de la película de 2020 Mulan seguida ¿Qué sigue para los defensores de la inmigración? La de una discusión • 6pm, miércoles, 3 de marzo • Acceso a la Interfaith Sanctuary Alliance of SB será el anfitrión de proyección / Enlace de Zoom en este panel de discusión virtual con la Rev. Dra. Alexia https://tinyurl.com/yyyqwffa Salvatierra, ex directora de CLUE LA; Frank Rodríguez, defensor de políticas de CAUSE; y más sobre cómo apoyar el movimiento por los derechos de los inmigrantes a nivel local y nacional • 7-8:30pm jueves, 11 de marzo • Regístrate (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/ydgpshvz

Thursday • jueves


CHILDREN | NIÑOS MUSIC | MÚSICA Kids Salsa Classes: ME Sabor Dance Studio is hosting salsa

UCSB for Chamber Players: A virtual concert classes kids aged 6-10 from 4-5pm everyperformed Thursday atby the UCSB Chamber Players and St, directed Johnathan Oak Park Stage, 600 W Junipero Santa by Barbara. Open Moerschel, featuring themust musicRSVP of Beethoven, Mozart, enrollment, participants at Debussy, and more • 6pm Thursday, March 11th • a free https://tinyurl.com/ycljdnsx YouTube Premiere, visit https://tinyurl.com/ybr4ep3w Clases de salsa para niños: ME Sabor Dance Studio ofrece Músicos de cámara de UCSB: clases de salsa para niños de 6 aUn 10 concierto años de 4 virtual a 5pm todos realizado porOak los músicos de cámara de UCSBSt,y dirigido los jueves en Park Stage, 600 W Junipero Santa por Johnathan Moerschel, música de Beethoven, Barbara. Inscripción abierta,conloslaparticipantes deben Mozart, Debussy y másen• jueves, 11 de marzo a las 6pm • confirmar su asistencia https://tinyurl.com/ycljdnsx Estreno gratuito en YouTube, visita https://tinyurl.com/ybr4ep3w LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS

CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES Ending Nuclear Weapons Before They End Us SBWPC Presidents’ Circle Event: The Santa Barbara Opportunities Under the Biden Administration to Take Women’s Political Committee welcomes LA County Action: The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation invites you to Supervisor Holly Mitchell for a conversation on her participate in this virtual policy briefing and interactive experiences and the future of feminist politics • 5:30-7pm workshop • 8-11:30am (PST) Thursday, March 4th. Register Thursday, March 11th • Purchase tickets ($25 members, $50 (free) at https://tinyurl.com/yafq5het. non-members) at https://sbwpc.org/events. Poner fin a las armas nucleares antes de que acaben Evento del Círculo de Presidentes de SBWPC: Comité con nosotros – Oportunidades bajo la administración Político de la Mujer de Santa Bárbara le da la bienvenida a de Biden para tomar medidas: La Nuclear Age Peace la Supervisora del Condado de Los Ángeles Holly Mitchell Foundation te invita a participar en este taller interactivo y para una conversación sobre sus experiencias y el futuro de información sobre políticas virtuales • 8-11:30am (PST) de la política feminista • 5:30-7pm jueves, 11 de Marzo • el jueves, 4 de marzo. Regístrate (gratis) en Compra boletos ($25 miembros, $50 no-miembros) en https://tinyurl.com/yafq5het https://sbwpc.org/events Worry-Free Lobbying & Advocacy for Nonprofits: The Fund for Santa Barbara will host Nona Randois, Alliance For Justice Bolder Advocacy Project at 10am Thursday, March 4th. Register (free) at https://tinyurl.com/yb67a783

Friday • viernes


Cabildeo y defensa|sinNIÑOS preocupaciones para CHILDREN organizaciones sin fines de lucro: Fund for Santa Barbara Storywalk in thedePark Mesa Park: TheFor SB Public será el anfitrión Nona- La Randois, Alliance Justice LibraryAdvocacy invites you and your enjoy activities, Ben Bolder Project a las family 10am eltojueves, 4 de marzo. Gundersheimer’s Señorita Mariposa, and a free takeRegístrate (gratis) book en https://tinyurl.com/yb67a783 home activity kit from 10:30am-12pm Friday, March 12th

Art Lecture: The SB Museum of Art at LaMatters Mesa Park. No registration needed, facewelcomes masks and McGill Universityrequired. Associate Professor Mary Hunter for her social distancing presentation on artist Berthe Morisot’s work, Expert Hands, StorywalkTouch: en el parque La Mesa Park: in LaMorisot’s BibliotecaThe Infectious Painting- and Pregnancy Públicaand de SB te invita ti ya •tu3-4pm familiaThursday, a disfrutarMarch 4th. Mother Sister of theaArtist de actividades, libro Señorita Mariposa de Ben Register (free) atelhttps://tinyurl.com/y72usvvj Gundersheimer y un kit de actividades para llevar a casa Conferencia de El aarte importa: El Museo ArteenSB le gratis de 10:30am 12pm el viernes, 12 de de marzo da bienvenida de sela requieren Universidad La laMesa Park. Noa laes profesora necesario asociada registrarse, McGill, Maryy distanciamiento Hunter, por su presentación Manos expertas, cubrebocas social. toque infeccioso: pintura y embarazo en La madre y hermana del artista de Morisot • 3 a 4pm el jueves, 4 de marzo. LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS Regístrate (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/y72usvvj


Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and TED &Forged Joe in the Morning: Women in Leadership: Artists a New Creative Culture: The UCSB Hosted by the SB Public Humanities Library discover TED Talks onprofessor the theme Interdisciplinary Center welcomes of Women in Leadership Political,discussion Military and W. Patrick McGray for an- online withLabor professor Perspectives • 9:30-10:30am March Alan Liu about his new book,Friday, followed by a12th Q&A• Register • 4pm (free) https://tinyurl.com/y9m8kxpx Thursday, March 4th. Register (free) at https://tinyurl.com/ybhnqugp TED & Joe por la mañana: Mujeres en el liderazgo: Organizado porfuncione: la biblioteca pública de SB, descubre las Haz que el arte cómo los ingenieros y artistas charlas TED Fría sobreforjaron el tema una de lasnueva Mujeres en el creativa: liderazgo: de la Guerra cultura políticas, militares laborales • 9:30-10:30am Elperspectivas Centro Interdisciplinario deyHumanidades de UCSB viernes, 12 de marzo • Regístrate (gratis) da la bienvenida al profesor W. Patrick McGray para una https://tinyurl.com/y9m8kxpx discusión en línea con el profesor Alan Liu sobre su nuevo libro, seguida de Chamber una sesiónofdeCommerce preguntas yLegislative respuestas • 4pm SB South Coast elUpdate: jueves,Informative 4 de marzo. webinar Regístrateon(gratis) en updates, legislative https://tinyurl.com/ybhnqugp business trends, economic development, and issues that affecttotheJustice SouthVirtual Coast •Event 9:30am Friday, March 12th •UCSB Race - Michelle Alexander: Register (free) atwelcomes https://tinyurl.com/yae4ubmp Arts & Lectures legal scholar, social justice advocate, and author Michelle a conversation Actualización legislativa de laAlexander Cámara deforComercio de and Q&A.Sur Writer of Seminario the bestselling The Newsobre Jim la Costa de SB: webbook informativo Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, actualizaciones legislativas, tendencias comerciales, she will discusseconómico racial injustice in the legal mass sur • desarrollo y problemas quesystem afectanand la costa incarceration • 5pm 4th(gratis) • Register 9:30am viernes, 12 deThursday, marzo • March Regístrate en(free for UCSB students, $10 general admission) at https://tinyurl.com/yae4ubmp https://tinyurl.com/yca3podt CEC’s Climate Resilience Roundtable: Community Evento virtual de La Against Raza a laClimate justiciaChange: - Michelle Solutions to Protect Free virtual Alexander: Artscommunity & Lecturesleaders le da laand bienvenida roundtable UCSB featuring guided a ladiscussion académica• 10am-2:30pm legal, defensoraFriday, de la justicia socialSpanish y autora March 12th. Michelle Alexander para una conversación y sesión de interpretation provided. Register at preguntas y respuestas. Escritora del libro más vendido www.cecsb.org/event/crr-cs El nuevo Jim Crow: encarcelamiento masivo en la era del Mesa redonda climáticaracial del Consejo daltonismo, ella sobre hablaráresiliencia sobre la injusticia en el Ambiental Soluciones comunitarias para 4 sistema legalComunitario: y el encarcelamiento masivo • 5pm el jueves, proteger el cambio Mesa redonda virtual de marzo contra • Regístrate (gratisclimático: para estudiantes de UCSB, $10 gratuita con general) líderes comunitarios y discusión guiada • de admisión en https://tinyurl.com/yca3podt 10am-2:30pm viernes, 12 de marzo. Se proporcionará Homesteading Vegetable & HerbenGardening: Learn interpretación aland español. Regístrate from local herbalist & horticulturist Mary Andrews in this www.cecsb.org/event/crr-cs free online event hosted by California Chapter of Herbal Corwin• Chair Series Lecture Dhomont: Medics 5pm Thursday, March- Francis 4th. Register at The UCSB Department of Music will present composer Francis https://tinyurl.com/yau7jz3t Dhomont’s lecture Abstraction and Figuration in My Music, Granjas hierbas: Aprende de la herbolaria exploringy horticultura his music andyinfluences • 11am Friday, March y12th. horticultura local link Mary(free) Andrews Access Zoom at en este evento gratuito en línea organizado por el Capítulo de Medicina Herbal de https://tinyurl.com/ydeaesqb California • 5pm el jueves, 4 de marzo. Regístrate en Conferencia de la serie de sillas Corwin - Francis https://tinyurl.com/yau7jz3t Dhomont: El Departamento de Música de UCSB presentará Learn How to Access Library Ebooks and la conferencia Abstracción y figuración en miEAudio: músicaThe del SB Public Library answer library patrons’ compositor FranciswillDhomont, explorando su questions música e and teach them how to12use influencias • viernes, de online marzo resources a las 11am.• 5:30-6:30pm Accede al Thursday, March 4th. en Register (free) at enlace Zoom (gratis) https://tinyurl.com/ydeaesqb https://tinyurl.com/ybaj6hba

MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE deY laTEATRO Aprende a acceder a los libros electrónicos biblioteca y EAudio: La Biblioteca Pública de SB responderá las Pacific Conservatory Theatre’s virtual performance preguntas de los usuarios de la biblioteca y les enseñará of Two Degrees by Tira Palmquist, telling the tale of a cómo usar los recursos en línea • 5:30-6:30pm el jueves, 4 de paleoclimatologist who must prepare to testify on climate marzo. Regístrate (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/ybaj6hba change before a Senate Committee while processing her husband’s death • 7pmSexFriday, MarchThe 12thUCSB and 1:30pm Joy Through Radical Positivity: Saturday, March 13thwelcomes • PurchaseBlack tickets ($10) at activist, Multicultural Center queer femme www.pcpa.org/TwoDegrees writer, acclaimed speaker, and sexuality educator Ericka Hart • 6pm Thursday, March 4th • Access Zoom link (free) La presentación virtual del Pacific Conservatory Theatre at https://tinyurl.com/yyyqwffa de Dos grados de Tira Palmquist, que cuenta la historia de una paleoclimatóloga que debe prepararse para testificar Alegría a través de la positividad sexual radical: El sobre elMulticultural cambio climático del Senado Centro UCSBante le daunlaComité bienvenida a Ericka mientras procesa la muerte de su aclamada esposo • 7pm viernes, 12 Hart, activista, escritora, oradora y educadora de sexualidad marzo y 1:30pm 13 de marzo • Compra en negra sábado, queer • jueves, 4 de marzo a las boletos 6pm • ($10) endewww.pcpa.org/TwoDegrees Enlace acceso a Zoom (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/yyyqwffa

MUSIC | MÚSICA Indy Book Club: Hosted by the SB Public Library and The Santa Barbara this month’s be Corwin SeriesIndependent, Concert: Synchresis - the discussion Alchemy ofwill Visual on Parable the Sower by Octavia Butler will • 6-7pm Thursday, Music: TheofUCSB Department of Music present this March • Register (free)the at https://tinyurl.com/yarzperr virtual4th concert, featuring merger of diverse visual and musical universes and the works ElsalaJustel, Chikashi Club de lectura Indy: Organizadoofpor biblioteca pública Miyama, FrancisBarbara Dhomont, and morela•discusión 6pm Friday, March SB y The Santa Independent, de este 12th • The performance will be posted as a free YouTube mes será sobre La parábola del sembrador de Octavia Butler for more visit (gratis) en •Premiere, 6 a 7pm jueves, 4 deinformation marzo • Regístrate https://tinyurl.com/y8bhgjnm https://tinyurl.com/yarzperr

Concierto de laWeather: serie Corwin: - la alquimia de Change in the ClimateSíncresis Communication la música visual: El Departamento Música de UCSB Workshop: Join UCSB Professor LisadeLeombruni and presentará esteBernadette concierto virtual, presenta la fusión de meteorologists Woodsque Placky and Anthony diversos y musicales lasMuseum obras de of Elsa Yanez foruniversos an onlinevisuales workshop hosted byySB Justel, Chikashi másThursday, • viernes, Natural History, Miyama, CEC, andFrancis ClimateDhomont, Central • y7pm 12 de marzo a las 6pm • Laatpresentación se publicará como March 4th • Register (free) un Estreno de YouTube, para obtener más información, https://tinyurl.com/ycqh6kmd

Cambio en el clima: Taller de comunicación climática: Únete a la profesora de UCSB Lisa Leombruni y los meteorólogos Bernadette Woods Placky y Anthony Yanez para un taller en línea organizado por el Museo de Historia Natural SB, CEC y Climate Central • 7pm jueves, 4 de marzo • Regístrate (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/ycqh6kmd


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Virtual Englishweb Conversation Group: SB Public este seminario gratuito sobre cómoThefunciona la vacuna, Library hostsefectos this workshop for all English languagepara la los posibles secundarios y cómo inscribirte learners 4:30-5:30pm Wednesday. Register vacuna •from 10:30am jueves, 11every de marzo • Inscríbete antes(free) del at4 de https://tinyurl.com/ycjf6xam. marzo en www.ilrc-trico.org/covid-19/registration.php

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Screening of I’ll be Me documentary about Glen Campbell’s struggle with Alzheimer’s • part of VNA’s 8th annual Phorum: Perspectives in Healthcare • $10/$50VIP per car up to four • West Wind Drive-In • 6:15pm Thurs, March 4th • Register at www.vna.health/phorum Proyección del documental I’ll be Me (Seré yo) sobre la lucha de Glen Campbell con la enfermedad de Alzheimer • Parte de la octava edición anual de PHORUM: Perspectivas de salud • $10/$50 VIP por automóvil con hasta cuatro personas • West Wind Drive-In • 6:15pm jueves, 4 de marzo • Regístrate en www.vna.health/phorum José Andrés - Changing the World Airness: The UCSB Department Theatre/Dance Through the Power of ofFood: UCSB will Arts present Airness, awelcomes comedy about the air guitar community & Lectures two-star Michelin by Chelsearestaurateur Marcantel and directed Kate Bergstrom • 6pm chef, and by humanitarian Thursday, March 4th. available for streaming José Andrés forPerformance a conversation with until 12pm Sunday, March 7th. link (free) at Catherine Remak of Access K-LITEthe101.7 FM. https://tinyurl.com/y5dxed7g Andrés, with his nonprofit World Central Kitchen, led the charge offer food Airness: El Departamento de Teatro / to Danza de UCSB relief amidst thecomedia pandemic • 5pm de presentará Airness, una sobre la comunidad Sunday, March 14th • Register guitarras aéreas por Chelsea Marcantel y dirigida(free por for UCSB students, general Kate Bergstrom • 6pm el$20 jueves, 4 de marzo.admission) Presentación at https://tinyurl.com/yd656ebt disponible para transmisión hasta las 12pm del domingo, 7 de marzo. Accede al enlace (gratis) en José Andrés - Cambiando el https://tinyurl.com/y5dxed7g mundo a través del poder de la comida: UCSB Arts & Lectures le da la bienvenida al chef de dos estrellas Michelin, propietario de restaurantes y humanitario José Andrés para una conversación CHILDREN | NIÑOS con Catherine Remak de Drag Queen HourFM. with Andrés, Miss Angel:con Join The K-LITEStory 101.7 su UCSB organización Multicultural Centersin featuring books fineschildren’s de lucro that highlight diverse voices and focus on themes such as World Central Kitchen, encabezó empathy, and more • Craft materials needed la acceptance, carga para ofrecer ayuda for activities • 5pm Friday,en March 5th • Access link (free) at alimentaria medio de la https://tinyurl.com/yyyqwffa. pandemia • 5pm domingo, 14

Friday • viernes


decuento marzo • Regístrate para Hora del de Drag Queen con Miss(gratis Angel: Únete estudiantes UCSB, entrada al Centro Multicultural dede UCSB que presenta libros general de $20) en y se enfocan en para niños que destacan voces diversas temas https://tinyurl.com/yd656ebt como la empatía, la aceptación y más • Materiales de artesanía necesarios para las actividades • Viernes, 5 de visita https://tinyurl.com/y8bhgjnm marzo a las 5pm • Enlace de acceso (gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/yyyqwffa.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES LECTURES MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS Register for Golf|Tournament Benefiting CALM: Registrations ($50) close at 5pm, Friday March 12th. CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES Participants may play at any 18-hole course in Santa 16th Annual Westmont’s President’s (Virtual) Breakfast Barbara County between March 13th-28th. Learn more and featuring speaker Nancy Koehn, a Harvard historian and register at https://calm4kids.org/events/golf bestselling author • 8am Friday, March 5th • Purchase tickets Regístrate para el torneo de golf para beneficiar a CALM: ($35) at https://westmont.edu/breakfast. Las inscripciones ($50) cierran a las 5pm, viernes 12 de Decimosexto desayuno anual del presidente de Westmont marzo. Los participantes pueden jugar en cualquier campo (virtual) con la oradora Nancy Koehn, historiadora de 18 hoyos en el condado de Santa Bárbara entre el 13 y el de Harvard y autora de bestsellers, se llevará a cabo 28 de marzo. Obtén más información y regístrate en virtualmente este año • viernes, 5 de marzo a las 8am • https://calm4kids.org/events/golf Compra boletos ($35) https://westmont.edu/breakfast.

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The Pacific Conservatory Theatre will present Into the Breeches! by George Brant, sharing the tale of a director’s wife and an unlikely troupe of players putting on a production of Shakespeare’s Henriad during WWII • 7pm Friday, March 5th, with an additional performance at 1:30pm Saturday, March 6th. Purchase tickets ($10) at https://tinyurl.com/yathtjvd. El Pacific Conservatory Theatre presentará Into the Breeches! por George Brant, compartiendo la historia de la esposa de un director y un grupo poco probable de actores que montan una producción de Henriad de Shakespeare durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Compra boletos ($10) en https://tinyurl.com/yathtjvd

MUSIC | MÚSICA First Fridays at Four Concerts: The Santa Maria Philharmonic Society releases free, recorded concerts the Sonia Losmonth Santos: & View first FridayDe of each on its UCSB YouTubeArts channel. Lectures will present free, family-friendly this month’s performance at https://tinyurl.com/y8vh5k8r music in a filmed performance titled Primeros viernes cuatro conciertos: La Sociedad En Casa conenSonia. A Latin Grammy Filarmónica de Santa María lanza conciertos nominated artist, Santos’ songsgrabados in y gratuitos eland primer viernes de cadainspired mes en su by canalLatin de Spanish English are YouTube. Ve el rendimiento de esteNorth mes en American American rhythms and https://tinyurl.com/y8vh5k8r folk traditions • Register by 10am Saturday, March 13th to receive access to the video through March 20th at https://tinyurl.com/ycaaedj6



& Lectures presentará música Hikegratuita the Arroyopara Hondotoda Preservelaonfamilia Mondaysen anduna Wednesdays, 12:30 to 3pm and the first and thirdEn weekends presentación filmada titulada Casa of the month, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to con Sonia. Artista nominado al Latin 12:30pm and 12:30pm 3pm. It’s free to and Grammy, las to canciones devisit Santos reservations are required. Pets areestán not allowed. Fill out the en español e inglés inspiradas reservation https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge en losform: ritmos latinoamericanos y lasentradiciones Camina la reserva Arroyofolclóricas Hondo los lunes y miércoles norteamericanas • Regístrate de 12:30 a 3pm y el primer y tercer fin de semanaantes del mes, de las 10am del sábado, marzo sábados y domingos de 10am a 12:30pm y13de de 12:30pm a recibir acceso al video hasta No el 3pm.para La visita es gratuita y se requieren reservaciones. 20 de marzo en se permiten mascotas. Completa el formulario de reserva: https://tinyurl.com/ycaaedj6 https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge

Saturday • sábado 3.13.21 Sunday • domingo 3.7.21 ART | ARTE| MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS LECTURES Impossible Objects: The AFSB|Art Gallery at the CONFERENCIAS REUNIONES

Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara will open its House CallsObjects Virtualexhibit, Event -featuring Ann Patchett: UCSB Arts silk & Impossible vibrant, abstract Lecturesprints will host award-winning Patchett screen and serigraphs by Edwriter ListerAnn • Open 1-4pmfor a conversation withMay Lily6th, King,with author of Writers & Lovers,by Saturdays through weekday visits available followed by a (call Q&A.805-965-6307). Patchett will be calling from Parnassus appointment Books, which she opened in Nashville in 2011 • Register Objetos La Galería de arteadmission) AFSB en laat (free for imposibles: UCSB students, $10 general Fundación arquitectónica de Santa Bárbara abrirá su https://tinyurl.com/yb4nkpej exhibición de Objetos Imposibles, con serigrafías y Evento virtual de Visitas a domicilio Ann Patchett: serigrafías abstractas y vibrantes de Ed- Lister • Abierto de 1 & Lectures la galardonada aUCSB 4pm Arts los sábados hastarecibirá el 6 de amayo, con visitasescritora de lunes a Ann Patchett para una conversación con Lily King, autora viernes disponibles con cita previa (llama al 805-965-6307). de Writers & Lovers, seguida de una sesión de preguntas y respuestas. Patchett llamará desde Parnassus Books, LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS que abrió en Nashville en 2011 • Regístrate (gratis para estudiantes de UCSB, entrada|general de $10) en CONFERENCIAS REUNIONES https://tinyurl.com/yb4nkpej Returning Volunteers: Thomas Fire Recovery Training: Virtual ClimateGarden Brainstorming Session: volunteer The City of The SB Botanic invites returning Santa Barbarascientists invites the communityintothisparticipate in this community to participate year’s training meetingbytoapplied exploreecologist climate opportunities to help reach taught Josie Lesage • Two sessions carbon neutrality 203512-1pm • 1-3pmSaturday, Sunday, March 13th 7th • • will be held 9-10ambyand https://tinyurl.com/ycle2b6z Register (free) for a virtual session at https://tinyurl.com/y7uw87ze or Sesión virtual de lluvia de ideas sobre el clima: La ciudad https://tinyurl.com/y7nxexzm de Santa Bárbara invita a la comunidad a participar en esta reunión que pararegresan: explorar oportunidades para Voluntarios Entrenamientoclimáticas de recuperación ayudar a alcanzar la neutralidad de carbono del Incendio Thomas: El SB Botanic Gardenpara invitael a2035 • 1-3pm domingo, 7 de marzovoluntarios • Regístrateque en regresen a los científicos comunitarios https://tinyurl.com/ycle2b6z participar en la capacitación de este año impartida por la ecologista aplicada Josie Lesage • Se llevarán a cabo dos sesiones de 9 EVENTS a 10am y de|12EVENTOS a 1pm el sábado, 13 de marzo • SPECIAL ESPECIALES Regístrate (gratis) para una sesión virtual en Paseo Nuevo will host an International Women’s Day https://tinyurl.com/y7uw87ze o Market featuring close to 40 women business owners 11amhttps://tinyurl.com/y7nxexzm 6pm on Sunday, March 7th. View list of vendors at New Volunteers: Thomas Fire Recovery Training: The https://tinyurl.com/y8matkp2 SB Botanic Garden invites you to learn how to become Nuevo albergará un help mercado Día Internacional aPaseo community scientist and recorddelinformation on de la Mujer cerca as deyou 40 mujeres propietarias targeted plantconspecies hike trails in the Losde Padres negocios de 11am a 6pm el domingo, 7 de marzo. Ve National Forest • 10am-12pm Saturday, March 13th •la lista de proveedores en the https://tinyurl.com/y8matkp2 Register (free) for virtual session at https://tinyurl.com/ybfkpn2k

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LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES José Andrés - Changing the World Through the Power of Food: UCSB Arts & Lectures welcomes two-star Michelin chef, restaurateur and humanitarian José Andrés for a conversation with Catherine Remak of K-LITE 101.7 FM. Andrés, with his nonprofit World Central Kitchen, led the charge to offer food relief amidst the pandemic • 5pm Sunday, March 14th • Register (free for UCSB students, $20 general admission) at https://tinyurl.com/yd656ebt. José Andrés - Cambiando el mundo a través del poder de la comida: UCSB Arts & Lectures le da la bienvenida al chef de dos estrellas Michelin, propietario de restaurantes y humanitario José Andrés para una conversación con Catherine Remak de K-LITE 101.7 FM. Andrés, con su organización sin fines de lucro World Central Kitchen, Eco-friendly Land Manaagement encabezó la carga para ofrecer ayuda alimentaria en medio Noxious Abatement de la pandemia • 5pmWeed domingo, 14 de marzo • Regístrate (gratis paraSustainable estudiantes de UCSB, entrada general de $20) Agriculture en https://tinyurl.com/yd656ebt.

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Scott &Rothdeutsch MOVIES THEATRE | CINE| YOwner TEATRO scott@sbgoats.com Rubicon Theatre Company will host Hershey Felder Presents Puccini, Live from Florence, live-streamed • 5pm 805-460-8898 Sunday, March 14th, with viewing access through March

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THE SHOW MUST GO ON! Black is Beautiful Virtual Showcase By Daisy Scott / VOICE

Leticia Forney Resch, a leader with Healing Justice and event organizer. “I see all the submissions and it just reminds me they want a platform, they want to be showcased, HE VOICES, EXPERIENCES, AND CREATIVITY OF THE BLACK and I’m honored to be able to facilitate that and provide that platform.” COMMUNITY, laced with local tales of black history and accomplishment The event will also include a historical component, featuring three elders within will come together to inspire, Santa Barbara’s Black community: and inform during Healing Pastor David Moore, California Justice Santa Barbara’s Black is Lutheran University professor Beautiful Virtual Showcase on Gregory Freeland, and former Santa Friday, February 26th from 5 to Barbara Poet Laureate Sojourner 8pm. Free and open to the public, Kincaide-Rolle. Each presentation this event will amplify voices in the will highlight a different part of Black community, featuring filmed Santa Barbara’s Black History, performances from artists across dating back as far as a century ago. the country, as well as presentations “We are going through a period from local experts. of time – we have been for years – “For me, it is about storytelling, where we designate Black history as representation, and access,” shared something that is celebrated during Jordan Killebrew, a leader with the month or at an event or for Healing Justice and the event’s certain holidays, however, it’s still master of ceremonies. “We are a part of the whole of history, it’s showcasing Black talent, creating everybody’s history,” commented a platform for us to communicate Kincaide-Rolle. She will speak to our world and vision for a more the history of the complex area inclusive and equitable future. We Featured local artists will include: painters Chante Glover, Shakir Ahmad, and Mariah Jones-Bisquera, bordered by Franklin School, the photographer Terra Chobian, performer Vivian Storm, spoken word artists Rashad Hedgepeth and Essence hope that participants enjoy every Franklin center, and the Eastside Wynter, poets Sojourner Kincaide-Rolle and Jordan Finley, singer Dyna Erie, rappers Soledad and Jon Jinx, part of the showcase and connect Paris Celeyne and Mariano Silva, musician Talitha Blackwell, filmmaker and rapper Rex Bridgeforth, Library. with these talented individuals and Dancers singer Saturne Tchabong, filmmaker Hana Lekaand, and documentarian Chris Ragland. Throughout February, Healing uplift their art, their work, and Justice along with other Santa Barbara County organizations and businesses have showcase them in the future.” hosted events centered around the theme “The Black Family: Representation, Born out of the Healing Justice’s desire to host more in person events, but limited Identity, and Diversity.” According to Resch, this theme will continue to inspire by the pandemic, the Black is Beautiful Virtual Showcase will feature approximately the collective’s future efforts as it looks toward gathering and telling Black people’s 25 individuals from our community, across the nation, and even Canada. Each stories year-round. participant will be highlighted in a pre-recorded video, with all the videos being live“We would like to interview families specifically because there are so many streamed together to make up the virtual event. influential families in Santa Barbara that have stories that have never been told Performances will include music, singing, dancing, spoken word, poetry, paintings, photography, and more. To ensure accessibility for all viewers, subtitles will before,” Resch continued. To register for the Black is Beautiful Virtual Showcase, visit https://tinyurl.com/y6gou3wl. To rewatch be provided. the event’s videos once they are posted, learn more, or donate to Healing Justice Santa Barbara, “Santa Barbara has such an array of talent, why not showcase them?” said visit www.hjsb.org.

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REGORY FREELAND WANTS SANTA BARBARA TO REMEMBER its Black history. A Santa Barbara resident since 1964, he has witnessed firsthand the decline in both presence and knowledge of its Black community. To preserve this history and encourage others to do the same, he will share his stories at the February 26th Black is Beautiful event. “I hope the whole Black community views it in some way or another, and it sort of sparks a fire in them to want to do it over again, or to dig deeper, or maybe to come out with their own stories, and not necessarily Gregory Freeland to feel apart from anybody but certainly to have a collective identity,” shared Freeland. Currently, Freeland is a political science professor at California Lutheran University, also sitting on the city’s Living Wage Advisory Committee and serving with the local organization CAUSE. Having grown up in Durham, North Carolina, he moved to Santa Barbara in 1964. He returned to the community after serving in the Vietnam War, eventually graduating from UC Santa Barbara. Recently, Freeland participated in The Atlantic’s reexamination of its Federal Writers’ Project, which

interviewed formerly enslaved people in the 1930s. getting haircuts at the Black-owned barbershop, and Among those interviewed was Freeland’s great-greatenjoying dances at the Elks Lodge. grandmother, Lucy Brown. After 1980, Freeland noted a decline in the “I heard about some things I really hadn’t heard population of the local Black community, and about and also some things you know about slavery in subsequent decrease in awareness of the city’s Black general,” he shared. “But to have it come from history. a relative was really moving for me and really “Tourism is based on the Spanish motif, the beach, inspirational.” the volleyballers, and all this other kind of stuff,” said Speaking to the importance of keeping Freeland. “No mention of any black community, so history through personal testimonies, he a lot of people assume that there is no Black history highlighted the need to speak with those who here in Santa Barbara. I’m pretty sure this is the case, lived through the Civil Rights Movement that the majority of the white people in Santa Barbara and segregation. However, as Freeland is probably do not know anything about the history of approaching the end of his career, he realizes the Black community here in Santa Barbara.” this task will fall upon younger generations. Yet Freeland hopes that this will change, starting This is why he hopes to inspire with this week’s virtual Black is viewers of the Black is Beautiful event Beautiful event. where he will talk about his roots in the “This might be the beginning of area. a repository that people can go to if Freeland shared about his step-grandfather, they want to find out something about a Santa Barbara businessman who built on Blacks in Santa Barbara,” expressed the corner of Santa Barbara and Haley Streets. Freeland. “This whole project could be He will also speak about the Black business the beginning of that.” community that enlivened the area from To register for Healing Justice Santa Anacapa and Haley Streets to Anacapa and Barbara’s Black is Beautiful virtual Laguna Streets. event, 5 to 8pm Friday, February 26th, It was there that Freeland spent his visit https://tinyurl.com/y6gou3wl. Gregory Freeland when early time in Santa Barbara, enjoying food he was a soldier in 1967, Those interested in reading Gregory that reminded him of his North Carolina three years after he Freeland’s interview in The Atlantic can find moved to Santa Barbara it at: https://tinyurl.com/y78mgwgf upbringing at the Golden Bird Restaurant,

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History Happy Hour at Home is a free online lecture series hosted by Santa Barbara Historical Museum. To register and for a full schedule of talks visit www.sbhistorical.org. P E R S P E C T I V E S I N firsthand H E A accounts LTHC A R E from the days when They have received numerous teaching and community has been shaped and enriched

Through the eyes of women is a perspective that embodies Women’s History Month. It will be fully illustrated in the Santa Barbara Historical Museum’s series History Happy Hour presentations during March. Following are two of the presentations.

California was part of Spain and Mexico. In the early 1870s, historian Hubert Howe Bancroft sent interviewers out to gather oral histories from the pre-statehood gentry of California. Having lived through the gold rush and seen their country change so drastically, these women understood the need to tell the full story of the people and the places that were their California. Rose Marie Beebe is Professor of Spanish literature at Santa Clara University. Robert M. Senkewicz is Professor of History at Santa Clara University. Together they have collaborated on a number of books on the history of Spanish and Mexican California.

scholarship awards at Santa Clara University. In 2015 they were recognized with the University Award for Sustained Excellence in Scholarship. They have also received awards from The Bancroft Library, the Historical Society of Southern California, the California Mission Studies Association, the California Council for the Promotion of History.

See How Music Upstages Alzheimer’s in Wednesday, March 10th at 5pm Glen Campbell’s Unforgettable Tour Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women, 1815-1848 will be presented I’LL BE ME Wednesday, March 24th at 5pm by Rose Marie Beebe and Robert M. Senkewicz and co-hosted by Goleta Valley Historical Society. They are the authors of the book Testimonios: Early California through the Eyes of Women, 1815-1848 which presents 13 women’s

Santa Barbara’s Powerful Women will be presented by Neal Graffy on Wednesday, March 24th at 5pm. It is more than appropriate that Santa Barbara is named after a woman, for our

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MY WAY DOWNWALK, TO THEon HARBOR SATURDAY, I noticed the trees are NA BEACHFRONT this very LAST beautiful weekend, bathed in that summerbeginning toIshow colors: the light beginnings of leaves popping like weather, was intheir the Spring company of others whogreen also seemed to sense the arrival of out of bare The stalksblue andexpanse pink blossoms on thewas fruit treeswith that sailboats line my street. Therein is the a certain Spring. of the ocean dotted competing Yacht scent inSpring the airseries around of year, just ahead of the change of seasons. Club’s racethis – oftime course, observing the mariner’s restrictions determined The(diminishing) purpose of my trip to thepandemic. harbor on ItSaturday, was to view by the coronavirus was justFebruary a perfect 27th, day for a walk on an theimportant sand… eventIsponsored bystumbled the groupover Paddle Barbara. ‘Giving Grief aup Place to Go’ So wasmuch not only until accidentally a bigOut pileSanta of seaweed that had washed on shore. thewatching name of the butrace its while purpose. The Saturday wasWhat held to honor those from for the event, sailboat strolling along theevent strand! do about thewho banedied of the the Coronavirus, their loved and the front line nurses caredand formariner’s them. Donna Meissnerunaware beach walker, those ones, piles of drying seaweed foulingwho beaches propellers? Davirro, a leader forProfessor Paddle Santa Barbara contacted by subject nurses working Cottage A quick visit to Google set mewas straight on that in a greatatbig hurry!Hospital In my whosession presented for a memorial, asof a first withthe theidea Professor, I learnedastowell think healing event for those who to had seaweed – properly referred asbeen Kelp deeply – as theimpacted canopy theanserious effects of therainforest. Coronavirus. of extensive aquatic TheseMeissner-Davirro, plants anchor who had previously organized fundwhile raisingtheir paddles, was themselves to the rocks underwater air filled instantly helpedoftothe organize Saturday’s sacs allowon theboard upperand elements plant to float near event. “A paddle honor of lives lost from and hearts the surface whereout theyincan absorb energy the broken. acknowledging the losses help move sun. KelpSafely not only protects thousands ofto underwater forward,” confirmed Noozhawk. species andshe functions as atocarbon sponge, it also has the The compassionate Hospital potential to sustain thosenurses of us of onCottage land… that is, if we spearheaded event as an it.opportunity to grieve the take the time the to understand lossUntil of patients for whom andphotosynthetic to acknowledge now, research onthey howcared marine the loss so many plants families, whotowere notthe able to beof (sun-nourished) serve soften effects with their lovedhas ones in theon hospital duemangroves, to COVID and climate change focused sea grass, precautions, salt marches. experienced. Kelp has been relatively unexplored despite Nichol Clark, a clinical nursecarbon at Cottage Hospital, its unlimited potential to reduce dioxide and posted onacidity Paddlecreated Santa Barbara’s page,and saltwater by humanFacebook consumption “COVID has touched sotomany of warming. us. As nurses, so waste products that add global Theit’s acidity hard for weeks and fighting for them in theloving ocean somebody that has affected mollusks - and other forms and Clarkbeing emphasized that under of sealosing life - them.” is currently investigated by thethese Bigelow circumstances griefSciences felt by herself andThe the discovery other front Laboratory for the Ocean in Maine. Kelp forest line kelp nurses no place to go. that canhad reduce acidity has led to a grant of

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Sheone spoke to KEYT News postWorld event Wildlife on behalfFoundation of the group, to look other almost million dollars by the and“We thewere Bezosable Earth Fundattoeach further and see thatthe weplant’s all share of potential. a certain special person.... We also share the hardships of these investigate usesmemories and future times.” This influx of funding allows researchers to develop partnerships to further understand kelp’s Paddle Santa Barbara’s Meissner-Davirro, in sponsoring this paddle-out, hoped to provide environmental impact and potential applications as we transition into a low carbon lifestyle. a space for the care givers to carbon find some degreeoxygen, of solace closureconcentration as a result of along the Information hasnurses been and gathered to track dioxide, andand nutrient emotional of the COVID-19 pandemic. The event alsothis provided an opportunity both the with ocean toll salinity and temperature. Researchers will use information to create afor computer organization and the nurseskelp to letgrowth, the families of their water patients knowchanges that their weren’t model of water circulation, and resulting quality to loved betterones understand alone,impact but hadinnurses bedside who truly lovedand them. “We feel for the families that kelp’s a seriesatoftheir international study farms to predict it’sawful effects. couldn’t be with their loved when they died,” Meissner-Davirro shared. also appreciate “Seaweed farming has theones possibility to provide diversification and profit“We for struggling working and love the but nurses haveecosystem shown their compassion.” Paddle Sports Center, located in the harbor waterfronts, alsothat critical services for coastal marine systems,” states Senior Research commercial area,Price lent stand boardslaboratory and kayaksonfortheir the website. attendees. Local non-profit Healing Scientist Nichole of theup Bigelow “However, to earn the social Opportunities also provided eartoacupuncture treatmentsevidence to support the selfless nurses who acceptance of aquaculture, wefree need rigorously document of these water quality benefits participated afternoon’s event. kelp grows quickly, requires minimal resources, has the across a rangeinofthe settings.” Cultivated Floating in the calm waters of the protect Santa Barbara underdevelop a sunny into sky, the human potential to mitigate global warming, sea life,harbor and possibly a major food and connection was celebrated by compassionate nurses who attended, thepublic organizations that support product resource on land. Findings will inform policymakers and the of the benefits of our them, and the familiesand who suffered heartache and loss. in support of the environment. seaweed aquaculture develop science-based solutions Each life just aagain! statistic, is loved. I was honored haveProfessor been part of Trust me,isI’llspecial, never more bag onthan seaweed I’veand certainly learned my lessontofrom this celebration, only shore. Many nurses COVID’s who care for the Google about oneif of thefrom manythe important giftsheartfelt Mother thanks Nature to hasthe to loving offer. Maybe community we share. confinement is expanding my horizons… well, at least a little. So... Stay tuned... Sigrid Toye Toye volunteers volunteers for for the the Breakwater Breakwater Flag Flag Project. Project. She She isis on on the the board board of of directors directors of of the the Maritime Maritime Sigrid Museum and and participates participates in in Yacht Yacht Club Club activities. activities. An An educational/behavior educational/behavior therapist, therapist, Sigrid Sigrid holds holds aa Museum Ph.D in in clinical clinical psychology. psychology. She She loves loves all all things things creative, creative, including including her her two two grown grown children children who who are are Ph.D working artists. artists. Send Send Harbor Harbor tips tips to: to: Itssigrid@gmail.com Itssigrid@gmail.com working

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Vehicle Recovered! Work begins on painting a designated LIME GREEN BIKE AREA in the middle of State St. in the downtown Santa Barbara promenade , but only at the intersections.

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7 SUSPECTS ARRESTED AND 2 STOLEN VEHICLES FOUND by Santa Barbara Co. Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday morning working cases in Carpinteria and Goleta. ANYTHING HERE YOURS? Also, because of the recent COVID rules, the suspects involved and facing a variety of charges, have been released and ordered to appear at their court hearing. Under COVID, Emergency rule 4 sets bail for all misdemeanor offenses, many felony offenses, and violations of post-conviction supervision at $0 bail. The suspects involved face charges including possession of stolen property, conspiracy, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of a controlled substance. A Carpinteria man was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, possession of stolen property, car theft, and three warrant violations of probation.

COAST VILLAGE ROAD businesses are expected to discuss an assessment to generate money for their future projects including better marketing and beautification. As it has a stronger economy so will the city overall with an uptick in tax dollars. https://keyt.com/news/money-and-business/2021/03/01/coast-village-road-business-ownersconsidering-their-own-district-for-improvements/?fbclid=IwAR1zndSNMQJxFySSaVAdC9qyye22_ ctyNlc7AoM_BY6UwCVlk39FvFrTWxA

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HE FRED GRAPH SHOWS THAT SINGLE FAMILY NEW-HOME SALES are approaching the 2000 level at the start of the last housing bubble that ultimately resulted in the Great Recession (shaded bars are recessions). But that doesn’t mean we are at the beginning of another housing bubble. By Harlan Green / Special to VOICE Nobel laureate Paul Krugman does not New home sales for January were reported at 923,000 on a seasonally adjusted annual rate basis think so, because those that need it will spend it T LOOKS LIKE THE 2020’S ECONOMY (SAAR), according to the U.S. Census Bureau,isresulting in the decline to just 4.0 months of supply immediately, while the less needy will squirrel it beginning roarThere as retail sales jumped 5.3 to satisfy current demand. remaining fortosale. is not enough supply That, and still record low away for another rainy day; a good thing given percent in January 2021,prices. and 7.4Sales percent since interest rates, are boosting for the previous three months were revised up. these uncertain times. last January. Thissales is just President Existing-home areasalso soaringBiden’s this early in the year because last year’s selling season had a And, there is little inflation now, as the approximately $1.9 delayed fall start duetrillion to theAmerican pandemic,Rescue according to the National Association of REALTORS (NAR). Consumer Price Index (CPI) retail inflation Plan is wending its way We can expect this surgethrough to also congress. continue because of pent-up demand. measure did not increase at all last month and is Advance estimates ofsales, U.S. retail and food Total existing-home https://www.nar.realtor/existing-home-sales, completed transactions up just one percent over the past year. services sales for January 2021, adjusted for that include single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums, and co-ops, increased 0.6 percent Sales were strong in every category. seasonal variationtoand holiday and trading-day from December a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 6.69 million in January. Sales in total climbed Department store chains, Internet retailers, differences, but up not23.7 for price changes, year-over-year, percent from awere year ago (5.41 million in January 2020). electronic stores, and home-furnishing outlets all $568.2 billion,isan percentexisting-home from Demand soincrease hot thatof the5.3median sales price rose to $303,900, 14.1 percent higher recorded double digit gains in percentage terms. the previous month, and 7.4 percent above from one year ago. And, as of the end of January, existing-home inventory fell to a record-low of 1.04 Bars and restaurants also registered a nearly January 2020, said Census Bureau report. – a record million units, downthebyUS 25.7 percent year-over-year decline. seven percent increase in sales after receipts Pundits and some economists worry that this is too much “untargeted” money sloshing around had fallen three months in a row. Cold weather and new business restrictions imposed after a the economy, including an additional $1,400 per record increase in coronavirus cases, slammed person that will supplement the $600 payments restaurants toward the end of 2020, but states made in January to those making less than started to lift restrictions early in the new year $75,000 per person. as the pandemic began to wane again, reported MarketWatch’s Jeffry Bartash. “The increase in spending last month was fueled in part by $600 federal www.fred.stlouisfed.org

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“Home sales continue to ascend in the first month of the year, as buyers quickly snatched up virtually every new listing coming on the market,” said NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun. “Sales easily could have been even 20 percent higher if there had been more inventory and more choices.” Residential construction is pushing hard to catch up to demand. Privately-owned housing starts in December were at a huge seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,669,000, the Census Bureau announced. This is 5.8 percent above the revised November estimate of 1,578,000 and is 5.2 percent above the December 2019 rate of 1,587,000. Home sales are repeating their traditional role as a leading indicator with economic growth predicted to surge this year. Economists are now predicting a ‘V’ shaped recovery with Deutsche Bank increasing its GDP growth forecasts for 2021 and 2022, assuming the final fiscal aid package will be worth $1.6 trillion to $1.7 trillion, Reuters reported. “Their inflation numbers pushed a bit higher too with risks on the upside,” wrote Jim Reid, a strategist at the bank. stimulus checks millions of Americans a changing climatemanagers, (droughts,said immigration woes, Reuters also for reports Pimco, one of the and world’s largest fixed income in a research more generous unemployment benefits. What increasing wildfires, hurricanes, etc.). note that the additional stimulus could “contribute to 2021 real GDP growth of over 7 percent,” a also were loosened stateinflationary restrictionsepisode of theThe Texas freeze from the current Polar levelhelped not seen since “the great 1970s-1980s.” on business brought on byexpects a sharpmore decline in to return, Vortex thathomebuying could last through this Chief Economist Yun jobs whichepisode will spur in the coming coronavirus cases,” said Bartash. weekend is but one example. As reported months, according to Yun’s press release. He predicts existing-home sales will reach at least 6.5in Nowinis2021, not the time to worry about the LA Times byto a Houston “Extreme million even as mortgage rates are likely to inch higher due the risingreporter, budget deficit and inflation, in otherhigher words. Rising prices increase weather events are becoming more frequent and inflation. profits and wages, especially in therates recovery more lows, severewith as the worsens.fixed And But, interest are still at recession theclimate 30-yearcrisis conforming stage of this recession. Slow real personal income the U.S. power grid is not prepared to handle interest rate currently at 2.75 percent with one origination point for the best creditthe growth portrayedholders. in this With FREDhousing graph has been at the hotter storms,down more25.7 frigidpercent cold snaps, inventory endheat of January fromand one one reason for slow growthexisting-home since the stronger hurricanes of a changing yeareconomic ago, the unsold inventory sits at a record 1.9-monthplanet.” supply at the Great Recession current ended some years ago What amount better time is thereintoJanuary prepare2020. for such saleseleven pace, down fromand the 3.1-month recorded kept the U.S. from spending more on upgrading future emergencies? All this news means the housing revival will continue. What better sign is there of our deterioratinga infrastructure. consumer spending revival this year? Harlan Green © 2021 Follow Harlan Green on Personal income has fluctuated between two Twitter: https://twitter.com/HarlanGreen Green © 2021 Follow Harlan Green on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HarlanGreen to three percent Harlan since then, which is not enough Harlan Green has been the 16-year Editor-Publisher of to boost household incomes the longHarlan Greenabove has been the 16-year Editor-Publisher of PopularEconomics.com, a PopularEconomics.com, a weekly syndicated financial weekly syndicated financial writes Popular Economics Weekly term inflation rate. In fact, household incomewire service. wire He service. Heawrites a Popular Economics Weekly Blog. for He ismost an economic and teacher real estate finance with 30-years has not risen enough Americansforecaster to Blog. He is anof economic forecaster and teacher of real experience as a banker and mortgage broker. To reach Harlanexperience call (805)452-7696 or estate finance with 30-years as a banker weather such natural disasters as this pandemic, email editor@populareconomics.com. and mortgage broker. To reach Harlan call and what is to come with global warming and future geopolitical uncertainty that accompanies (805)452-7696 or email editor@populareconomics.com.

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A Conversation with Claudia Rankine: The SB Museum of Art will host critically-acclaimed author To learn more about the Music Academy of the West, visit www.musicacademy.org. and poet Claudia Rankine for a her major influences and I know he will virtual conversation “on the path to GAMBLE PARKS DOUVILLE has joined the Music Academy of the West’s Board of love her book. One of Ted’s best friends, understanding” • 2-3pm Sunday, Directors. A certified specialist in estate planning, trust & probate law by the California our own Dan Gerber, has this to say on the March 7th • Register (free) at Board of Legal Specialization, she is a shareholder at Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber, Schreck back cover of Mother Lode—“Peg Quinn https://tinyurl.com/yaw5ajau law firm. An involved community member, Douville currently also serves on brings the Board the visual acuity of a fine painter of Directors for Cottage Health System and the Santa Ynez Family School. Having acted to the poems of her debut collection. Her as a Music Academy Board member in the past, she has also previously serveddepictions on the of life often elicit a familiar boards for Dog Adoption and & Welfare Group (DAWG), the Santa Barbara Center for a sense of wonder in our echo and Gamble Parks Douville By Richard Jarrette / Special to VOICE rueful “almost maybe” and because Performing Arts, and theaSanta Barbara Hospice Foundation. In thisthey new roleexperience on the of a world we look at everyday Claudia Rankine are artists try again, and again. And there Music Academy Board of Directors, she will be a part of the Governance, Audit, I bring the boys dark, juicy plums. andand most often don’t see. These are fine above Master Quinn Committees. lays it all right in Advancement/Marketing and Communications Something sweet for someone’s sons. poems from the very heart of things.” Like our arms—“an empty grasp” that thrills. – Peg Quinn Una conversación con Claudia Rankine: El Issa (1763-1828), one of the BRIDGET FOREMAN, CPA, has also joined the Music Academy of the West’sKobayashi Board This is her genius. Of herself she says, Museo de Arte SB acogerá a la poeta y autora of Directors. Upon being selected to the board, she expressed that she believes“four in theimmortals” of Japanese poetry, and “I’m ever-thankful for my childhood in OU CAN FEEL significance WAVES OF of the Music Academy’s many programs for our community as aJuan wholeRamon and Jiménez (1881-1958), Nobel aclamada por la crítica Claudia Rankine para rural Nebraska. I don’t remember having SPARKLING DELIGHT una conversación virtual “en el camino hacia la Prize for for individual artists. She currently works with Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf, LLP, where she Literature 1956, she manifests a toys, but a treehouse and a flowing from Santa comprensión” • 2-3pm, domingo profound empathy and tenderness toward has been a partner since 2009. Her specialties are closely held businesses and individual tire swing, fruit trees, a large Barbara—our own 7 de marzo • Regístrate (gratis) en the world. taxation for high net worth individuals. On the Music Academy’s Board of Directors, vegetable garden, a sandbox, Peg Quinn has a debut poetry https://tinyurl.com/yaw5ajau she will serve on the Alumni and Finance and Compeer Committees. Foreman holds her I watched you flirt with the girl and nearby woods where collection right off the press. I of arts degrees in German studies bachelor and business economics from theNesting UniversitySeason behind the counter, the only rule was, ‘Be home am not the only one whoofhas for Chris California, Santa Barbara. as she nervously refolded by sundown.’ We could fish, been collaring Bridget Forman Gunpowder In a nested dent of drain pipe perfectly-folded napkins. swim, endlessly explore the Press publishers David Starkey woods, and sled down the creek swaying above the library door and Chryss Yost for years to a wren is calling his mate— after poem, Quinn delivers banks in winter. I remember their neighbors – women, children, and families in Santa Poem Barbara, Goleta, andPeg Carpinteria,” reads publish this solidly good and the unsayable, the unreachable, right watching my family watching the Women’s Fund’s announcement. consistent presence. Master silent, waits, here, again andacross again—Mother Lode TV, their faces lit by the screen, Sinceshe 2004, the Women’s Fund has distributed close to $8 million over a hundred local poets and poet laureates are Peg Quin n toes curled onMarch, the edge (Gunpowder Press, 2021) and I’d take off for the woods. nonprofits. This the organization’s Research Committee will present a ballot of nonprofit unified in praise for Mother of the garden gate, to vote to award grant fundingwww.gunpowderpress.com. AVINGy besos RAISED ITS LARGEST POOL IN ITSit HISTORY, the Her own I’m guessing created a very programs for members to. Historically, the organization awards Lode—abrazos many. Years ANNUAL GRANTS before singing her reply. Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara will vote to award $750,000 among local nonprofits painting graces the cover, and blesses calming psychological foundation. grants between $50,000 to $100,000 and up to programs focused on food insecurity, homlessness, ago she won an essay contest through month.her Thea nonprofits selected grants will at be wind announced onrainstorms May 5th, at ain education, healthcare, and more. there. I never flinch driven Adult Ed next awarding scholarship with to receive When we met for lunch, virtualWriter’s Celebration of Grants. She California, having walked a mile to school For Santa Barbara Conference. more information on the Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara, or join its team of volunteers, you smelled of pine. 2020, despite ongoing pandemic and economic challenges, Women’s members Still, visit in blizzards. There wereFund no options.” www.womensfundsb.org. Richard Jarrette is author of Beso the Donkey fell in“In with poetry master teacher Perie generously stepped up to create this record-breaking grants pool, recognizing the urgent needs of she chose a brave path by majoring in Art (2010), A Hundred Million Years of Nectar Dances Longo, SB Poet Laureate Emerita, who (2015), The Beatitudes of Ekaterina (2017), The at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, roused her already waking gift. Now this Pond (2019), and Strange Antlers (Fall 2021). where an elective poetry class with Greg is what Perie has to say printed straight Kuzma was the most memorable. out in Peg’s book—“Peg Quinn’s poems in Mother Lode are songs that pull you ‘like a Someone’s Sons sturdy hand toward the dance floor’ that The world has changed, and yet the Lobero is her life. They embrace the earthiness Glancing in his rearview mirror remains ready and available for the Santa Barbara of Nebraska fields where her childhood the foreman cracks a beer, floors his community when the time is right. is ‘planted,’ the holiness of nature where monster truck and roars away a barn is a ‘cathedral,’ the ocean a place leaving two illegal boys on their knees The Lobero has been a staple in our town during of ‘worship,’ and death in its sorrow or above my steaming driveway, horror, a ‘reckoning.’ She writes with a the good and the bad. Through two global filling cracks with bottled blacktop. grace and voice uniquely hers. I found pandemics, a historic earthquake and other myself bowing after each poem.” I bring them paper masks, simple natural disasters, the Lobero still stands. borders between toxic dust and Cautious Horses Eyed Us young, well-traveled lungs, hand them cans of coconut water. Great-Uncle Ed said if we could grab one of the carp Earlier, I’d read a message from my son, swimming in the horse tank rear-ended by a motorcycle last night down by the barn, UCSB MULTICULTURALIf you love the Lobero, can’t wait to return on the Hollywood Freeway, we could take it home. CENTER PRESENTS for live shows and care about its continued everyone pulled over, CUP OF first-responders there in minutes— role in our vibrant local arts community, now With sleeves rolled to our shoulders, CULTURE no one seriously injured. arms dangling in cold water, more than ever, support our historic stage SERIES bodies baking in the sun, by making a gift today. I bring the boys dark, juicy plums. cautious horses eyed us. Something sweet for someone’s sons. Text LOBERO to 41444 to make As we justified details of how a direct donation on your phone I’ve always thought of Peg as a kind the last one got away, of Grapes of Wrath character bearing Give online at an enormous, indifferent fish memory of a flour sack dress—one bare lobero.org/give-day eased up from the depths foot in a Nebraska barnyard and the other just out of reach. Share your favorite one on Santa Barbara shores washing it @loberotheatre memories from between her toes, flower and seagull We’d spring for the catch, on social media by adding When the Emperor mobilizes his troops to fight the onslaught of invaders from feather in her hair, holding John Keats’ brushing just a slip of life #LoberoGiveDay to your posts the North, a young Chinese maiden disguises herself as a male warrior in order Sonnets aloft above the waves. She’s a as it moved past, to take the place of her ailing father under the name Hua Jun,our setting her on an To uphold our weekly film Follow #LoberoGiveDay videos sophisticated educator, fine painter, and screenings and discussions, adventure that will transform her into a legendary warrior. 2 hrs, 2020 leaving us thrilled we will be transforming from Lobero Family and Friends terrific poet simpatico with Nebraska’s our cup of culture series by the feel of into a virtual setting. Every Ted Kooser who never quit his day job as an empty grasp. Wednesday, we will watch a documentary or movie an insurance underwriter, yet a Pulitzer Visit Lobero.org to see what’s on.and we will as a collective Prize winner and USA Poet Laureate have a post-film discussion Poetry is the say of the unsayable and Zoom Link: https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/92939106309 afterwards. Emeritus. I do believe him to be one of great poets look at their great poems with

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Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara to Award $750,000 to Local Nonprofits


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Sullivan Goss: An American Gallery

REAL WOMENCommunity ~ Realist Art ByVOICE American Women Palminteri’s

FThere’s So Much Happening...

John Palminteri

Downtown SB Continues to Evolve


Thanks Bob Handy for your work with Local Veterans

Photo by Laura and Bruce Wallace

Mwah, 2019 by D.J. Hall

ACED WITH REAL LIFE EVERY DAY, women artists have a unique perspective, especially those focusing their art on the details of their experience. For Women’s History Month, Sullivan Goss has gathered a number of these gems and currated an exhibition devoted to Realism, titled, REAL WOMEN: Realist Art by American Women that will be on view through April 26th. The exhibition showcases “women artists who see the world around them with clear eyes and who work to relay their vision with clarity and precision.” Some “infuse a little magic into their realism” as Sulllivan Goss Contemporary Curator Susan Bush notes in a video about the work, but all, “Tell it like it is,” she concludes. Representing women’s work from a range of backgrounds and spanning the last nine decades, viewers (online or in the socially Evening Swim, 2021 by Patricia Chidlaw distanced gallery setting) can discover drawing, oil painting, printmaking, and photography. Artists in this exhibition include: VEHICLE INTO A HOUSE. 1318 Carpinteria St. Niki Byrne, Patricia Chidlaw, Dorothy Santa Barbara City Fire on scene checking for Churchill-Johnson, Imogen Cunningham a gas odor Tuesday night 7:40pm. No major (1883-1976), Martha Mayer Erlebacher injuries. 805 Roadside with the flatbed tow. (1937-2013), DJ Hall, Adonna Khare, Mary-Austin Klein, Laura Krifka, Sarah Lamb, Jordan Marshall, Susan McDonnell, Leslie Lewis Sigler, Susan Savage, and Beth Van Hoesen (1926-2010). The Gallery is located at 11 E. Anapamu Street in Santa Longtime Santa Barbara ADVOCATE for VETERANS, BOBBarbara. HANDY

Meyer Lemons by Sarah Lamb

www.sullivangoss.com has been honored by Rep. Salud Carbajal (D-24th District) for Legacy, 2020 by Susan Savage his work on behalf of Central Coast Vets. Framed comments in

the Congressional record were presented recently to Handy at Shoreline Park in Santa Barbara. Handy is the founder and Chairman of Veterans United for Truth, Inc. (VUFT), a veterans’ support non-profit that played a critical role in addressing the Veterans Administration’s (VA) mishandling of veterans’ medical services, particularly of PostTraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) cases, and restrictive policies within the VA that prevented veterans with PTSD from appealing negative findings in their cases.

Expect PARKLETS, PATIOS, AND THE PROMENADE to be around for many more months. However, some sorting out still needs to take place in Santa Barbara. https://keyt.com/news/money-andbusiness/2021/02/22/promenade-plans-extending-outto-the-fall-in-santa-barbara/?fbclid=IwAR0MkLsnWRAV OoPZKbZ2Pfy2vuZilDi-LmsS38956DIMzOWJhY46IOJcTss

Polar Squirrel, 2021 by Susan McDonnell

Store Closing at La Arcada: Peanuts Maternity & Kids

Hope on the Horizon? Rick Garcia “Ojai Apples” 12 x 9

Rick Garcia “Santa Cruz Island Rock Concert” (triptych) 11 x 27 Oil

Rick Garcia “Hills at Camp Roberts” 11 x 14 Oil

Rick Garcia “Cambria Cove” 24 x 20 Oil on Linen

If the Shoe Fits!

HOMELESS issues continue to climb, but priority solutions in Santa Barbara County could help in certain areas, for example, housing veterans, the youth, and families.

Steve Curry “Wetlands” 7 x 11 Oil on Linen Custom Deco Frame A very large, gigantic eye-catching RED STILETTO SHOE has been spotted in an agricultural field between Ventura and the Rincon.

Steve Curry “Jenner Splendor” 24 x 48 Oil on Linen

Steve Curry & Rick Garcia Exhibition - Now Open with masks & Social Distancing


Photo courtesy of Heal The Ocean

Photo by Tracy Lehr

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PEANUTS MATERNITY & KIDS store is closing at La Arcada Court after ten years in Santa Barbara. To the left of Peanuts, Chocolats du CaliBressan, (just closed but still open in Carpinteria) and on the right of Peanuts, Jeannine’s closed (open at three other sites.) Now there are opportunities again for new businesses in this prime downtown space.

Steve Curry “Oak Lore” 12 x 18 Oil on Linen Custom Deco Frame

Waterhouse Gallery

1114 State Street, Suite 9, Santa Barbara 805-962-8885

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Cynthia Martin

Cynthia Martin

Contemporary Art

Contemporary Art


Evening Glow - Douglas Preserve

Evening Glow - Douglas Preserve

Original Oil Painting by

Original Oil Painting by

Ralph Waterhouse MARCIA BURT T Represented by www.Silo118.com www.cynthiamartinpaintings.com East Valley I www.roeannewhite.com roeannewhite.com (805) 708-3054 10 WEST WEST GALLERY: Year 2021 10 GALLERY:New New Year 2021 March 14 ~~ March 14••1010WWAnapamu Anapamu Fri-Sun 11-5 • • •• Fri-Sun 11-5••805-770-7711 805-770-7711 www.10westgallery.com www.10westgallery.com ARCHITECTURAL FDN GALLERY: Pat ARCHITECTURAL FDN GALLERY: McGinis: Historic Presersation Impossible Objects: ScreenSeries Prints~ MarEd4 •Lister 229 E~Victoria 805-965-6307 by March •13-May 6• • www.afsb.org 229 E Victoria • 805-965-6307 • www.afsb.org ART, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM, UCSB: On-line: Outside In: ART, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE The Architecture Smith and Williams; MUSEUM, UCSB: of On-line: Outside and more • 805-893-2951 • In: The Architecture of Smith and www.museum.ucsb.edu Williams; & more • 805-893-2951 • www.museum.ucsb.edu ART FROM SCRAP GALLERY: www.exploreecology.org/art-from-scrap ART FROM SCRAP GALLERY: www.exploreecology.org/artATKINSON GALLERY @ SBCC: from-scrap Muna Malik: Blessing of the Boats (outside) • http://gallery.sbcc.edu ATKINSON GALLERY @ SBCC: Muna Malik: Blessing of the Boats BELLA ROSA GALLERIES: 1103-A State St ~ May 2021 (outside) • • 11-5pm daily • 805-966-1707 http://gallery.sbcc.edu CASA DE LA GUERRA • 805-965-0093 BELLA ROSA GALLERIES: 1103-A State • 11-5 daily CASA St DOLORES: 1023 • Bath St • 805-966-1707 www.casadolores.org • 805-963-1032

S ON N E T S OF DE AT H A ND LO VE *A New Book* Marcia Burtt Gallery Poetry Anthony Weller & Images Mary Heebner

517 Laguna St.,and Santa Barbara inquiries pre-orders 805.962.2497 805info@maryheebner.com 962-5588 instagram @maryheebner www.artlacuna.com

Fedderson • 125 N1023 Milpas • 805-966CASA DOLORES: Bath St • 7939 • www.corridan-gallery.com www.casadolores.org • 805-963-1032 CYPRESS GALLERY: www.lompocart.org • CHANNING PEAKE GALLERY: 119 E Cypress Ave • 805-737-1129 805-568-3994

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DISTINCTIVE FRAMING N’ ART: CLAY STUDIO GALLERY: Selections 1333 State St • Reitz Mon-Fri 10-5:30; • from the Don Collection Sat 10-4:30 • 805-882-2108 805-565-CLAY • By appt • www.distinctiveframingnart.com www.claystudiosb.org/current-exhibitions/ • 1351 Holiday Hill Rd, Goleta ELIZABETH GORDON GALLERY: 15 W Gutierrez St • 805-963-1157 COLETTE COSENTINO ATELIER +• www.elizabethgordongallery.com GALLERY: 11 W Anapamu • By Appt • 805-570-9863 EL PRESIDIO DE SANTA BÁRBARA: www.sbthp.org/presidio • Coastal CORRIDAN GALLERY: CA 805-965-0093 and Seascapes by Landscapes Karen Fedderson • 125 N Milpas • ELVERHØJ MUSEUM • 805-686-1211 • 805-966-7939 • www.elverhoj.org www.corridan-gallery.com GALLERY 113: SB Art Assn & CYPRESS GALLERY: • 119 E Cypress Marie Arnold: California Abstract Ave • 805-737-1129 • Landscapes • 1114 State St, #8, La www.lompocart.org Arcada Ct • 805-965-6611 • 2-5pm daily • www.gallery113sb.com DISTINCTIVE FRAMING N’ ART: 1333 State St • Mon-Fri 10-5:30; GALLERY LOS OLIVOS: New Sat 10-4:30 • 805-882-2108 • Perspectives ~ Mar 1 • 2920 Grand www.distinctiveframingnart.com Ave, LO • Thur-Mo 10-5 • 805-688-7517 • www.gallerylosolivos.com

COLETTE COSENTINO ATELIER + GALLERY: 11 W Anapamu • By Appt • 805-570-9863

GOLETA VALLEY ART ASSOCIATION: Picassos for Peanuts ~ March • (online) www.thegoletavalleyartassociation.org

CORRIDAN GALLERY: CA Coastal Landscapes and Seascapes by Karen



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La Arcada at State & Figueroa Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Represented by www.Silo118.com 805-962-8885 www.cynthiamartinpaintings.com (805) 708-3054 www.waterhousegallery.com

#100 • Mo-Fr 9-5pm, ByGALLERY: Appt • ELIZABETH GORDON 805-563-8820 15 W Gutierrez St • 805-963-1157 • www.elizabethgordongallery.com INSPIRATION GALLERY OF FINE ART: 1528 State St DE • 805-962-6444. EL PRESIDIO SANTA BÁRBARA: www.sbthp.org/presidio JAMES MAIN FINE ART: 19th & 20th • 805-965-0093 Cent American & European Fine art & antiques MUSEUM • 27 E De La Guerra St • ELVERHØJ • 805-686-1211 12-5pm • Appts Suggested • •Tu-Sa www.elverhoj.org 805-962-8347 GALLERY 113: SB Art Assn & JEWISHArnold: FEDERATION OF GREATER SB Marie California Abstract • 805-957-1115• 1114 State St, #8, Landscapes La Arcada Ct • 805-965-6611 • 2-5 KARPELES MUSEUM & MANUSCRIPT daily • www.gallery113sb.com LIBRARY: 805-962-5322. GALLERY LOS OLIVOS: • 2920 KATHRYNE DESIGNS: 1225 Coast Grand Ave, LO • Thur-Mo 10-5 • Village Rd, Suite A • 805-565-4700 www.gallerylosolivos.com •LA805-688-7517 CUMBRE CENTER FOR CREATIVE ARTS: La Cumbre Plaza • Wed-Sun 1-6 • GOLETA VALLEY ART lacumbrecenterforcreativearts@gmail.com ASSOCIATION: Picassos for Peanuts ~ March (online) Schock, LINDEN STUDIO AND•GALLERY: www .thegoletavalleyartassociation.org Snyder, Sparks, and Speirs • By appt • 963 Linden Av, Carpinteria • HOSPICE OF SB, LEIGH BLOCK 805-570-9195 GALLERY: 2050 Alameda Padre Serra, Mo-Fr 9-5, ByARTS Appt • LYNDA#100 FAIRLY• CARPINTERIA 805-563-8820 CENTER: Fri-Sun 12-4 • 805-684-7789 • www.carpinteriaartscenter.org MARCIA BURTT STUDIO: Summer in Winter ~ March 28 • 517 Laguna St • Th-Su 1-5pm • 805-962-5588 • www. artlacuna.com

Ralph Waterhouse SONNE TS OF DE AT H A N D LO V E 10 WEST GALLERY *A New Book*

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Poetry Anthony Weller & Images Mary Heebner inquiries and pre-orders info@maryheebner.com 805.962.2497

10westgallery.com instagram @maryheebner director@10westgallery.com

MICHAELKATE GALLERY INTERIORS OF & ART INSPIRATION FINE GALLERY: Art, Interior ART: 1528Contemporary State St • 805-962-6444. Design • 132 Santa Barbara St • Tu-Sat JAMES MAIN FINE ART: 19th & 10-6 • 805-963-1411 20th Cent American & European MOXI, MUSEUM: Fine artTHE & WOLF antiques • 27 EExploration De La + Innovation • 805-770-5000 • Guerra St • Tu-Sa 12-5 • Appts www.moxi.org Suggested • 805-962-8347 MUSEUMFEDERATION OF CONTEMPORARY ART SB: JEWISH OF GREATER www.mcasantabarbara.org SB • 805-957-1115 MUSEUM OF SENSORY&&MANUSCRIPT MOVEMENT KARPELES MUSEUM EXPERIENCES: La Cumbre Plaza, 120 S LIBRARY: 805-962-5322. Hope Av #F119 • online • KATHRYNE DESIGNS: 1225 Coast www.seehearmove.com Village Rd, Suite A • 805-565-4700 PALM LOFT GALLERY: 410 Palm Av, Loft LA CREATIVE ARTS: A1,CUMBRE Carp •CENTER By ApptFOR • 805-684-9700 La Cumbre Plaza • Wed-Sun 1-6 • PEREGRINE GALLERIES: 1133 Coast lacumbrecenterforcreativearts@gmail.com Village Rd • 805-969-9673 LINDEN STUDIO AND GALLERY: PORCH: GALLERY: 2346 Lillieand Av • MonSchock, Snyder, Sparks, Sat 10-6; Sunappt 11-5 • 805-684-0300 Speirs • By 963 Linden Av, Carpinteria • 805-570-9195 PORTICO GALLERY: Notable CA and nationalFAIRLY artists •CARPINTERIA 805-695-8850 •ARTS LYNDA www.porticofinearts.com CENTER: Fri-Sun 12-4 • 805-6847789 • www.carpinteriaartscenter.org THOMAS REYNOLDS GALLERY: The Art of California • Thur-Sat 12-5 & By Appt • www.thomasreynolds.com

Waterhouse Gallery La Arcada at State & Figueroa

Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Kerry Methner

805-962-8885 www.TheTouchofStone.com

805-570-2011 www.waterhousegallery.com RUTH ELLEN HOAG FINE ART @ MARCIA BURTT STUDIO: Summer in GRAYSPACE: Pairings 219 Laguna Gray Av • Winter ~ March 28 ••517 Sat• 12-5, appt • 805-689-0858• St Th-Suor1-5 • 805-962-5588 www.artlacuna.com SANTA BARBARA ART WORKS: Juxtapose online exhibit • Artists MICHAELKATE INTERIORS & ARTwith Disabilities Contemporary • 805-260-6705 • Art & GALLERY: www.sbartworks.org Design • 132 Santa Barbara St • Tu-Sat 10-6 • 805-963-1411 SANTA BARBARA ARTS: Thurs-Sun 11-5 • 805-884-1938 MOXI, THE WOLF MUSEUM: Exploration + Innovation • 805SANTA BARBARA FINE ART: Fall in Santa 770-5000 • www.moxi.org Barbara • 1321 State St • Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 12-6pm; Sat 11-6pm; Sun 12MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART 5pm • 805-845-4270 • SB: www.santabarbarafineart.com www.mcasantabarbara.org SANTA BARBARA TENNIS & CLUB: MUSEUM OF SENSORY Abstract NineEXPERIENCES: ~ Mar 5 • 10-2 La daily • MOVEMENT 2375 Foothill Rd •120 S Hope Av Cumbre Plaza, 805-682-4722 #F119 • www.seehearmove.com SB BOTANIC GARDEN: 10-5 PALM LOFT GALLERY: 410daily Palm• Av, 805-682-4726 Loft A1, Carp• •www.sbbg.org By Appt • 805-6849700 SB HISTORICAL MUSEUM: • 136 E De la Guerra • Thur noon-5, Fri 1133 noon-7; Sat PEREGRINE GALLERIES: Coast 12-5 • 805-966-1601 Village Rd • 805-969-9673 SB MARITIME MUSEUM: PORCH: GALLERY: 2346Online Lillie AvExhibits: • Dwight Brooks Model Collection; Mon-Sat 10-6; Sun 11-5Boat • 805-684-0300 Arthur Beaumont: Art of the Sea


línea a las 5pm el jueves, 25 de febrero. Regístrate (gratis para estudiantes de UCSB, admisión general de $10) en https://tinyurl.com/y3n3hzdn

A Conversation with the Artists: The UCSB Multicultural Center will host a virtual panel discussion featuring the artists behind its online art exhibit Abstractions of Black Citizenship • 6pm Thursday, February 25th • Register (free) at https://tiny.cc/Abstractions

Adult Studio Workshop - Watercolor Painting: The Santa Barbara Museum of Art will host this online, free watercolor painting workshop inspired by Marsden Hartley’s Still Life from 10-11am Saturday, February 27th. Materials required, register at https://tinyurl.com/y4m2vrjr

Una conversación con los artistas: El Centro Multicultural de UCSB ofrecerá un panel virtual de discusión con los artistas detrás de su exhibición de arte en línea Abstracciones de la ciudadanía negra • 6pm jueves, 25 de febrero • Regístrate (gratis) en https://tiny.cc/Abstractions

Taller de estudio para adultos - Pintura de acuarela: El Museo de Arte de Santa Bárbara ofrecerá este taller de pintura de acuarela gratuito en línea inspirado en Still Life de Marsden Hartley de 10-11am sábado, 27 de febrero. • Materiales necesarios, regístrate en https://tinyurl.com/y4m2vrjr

LaToya Ruby Frazier - Art as Transformation: Using Photography for Social Change: UCSB Arts & Lectures welcomes visual artist, photographer, and advocate LaToya Ruby Frazier for an online conversation at 5pm Thursday, February 25th. Register (free for UCSB students, $10 general admission) at https://tinyurl.com/y3n3hzdn

A Conversation with Claudia Rankine: The SB Museum of Art will host critically-acclaimed author and poet Claudia Rankine for a virtual conversation “on the path to understanding” • 2-3pm Sunday, March 7th • Register (free) at https://tinyurl.com/yaw5ajau

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GALLERIES • STUDIOS • MUSEUMS • PUBLIC PLACES ADORNED WITH A MURAL is set to become a Rick GarciaPLAZA brighter pathway to the historic arts district downtown. To Rock Concert” (triptych) 11 xconstruction 27 Oil began recently when a be called Plaza Granada,


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team broke ground with a ceremony initiated by The Granada Theatre. It’s anticipated that the The Plaza project will be completed by Rick Garcia early summer. “As downtown Santa Barbara continues to evolve, “Cambria and State Street Cove” 24 x 20 Oil on Linen ISTINCTIVE AND FRESH NEW WORKS BY LOCAL ARTISTS STEVE CURRY AND RICK GARCIA continues to become more open to pedestrians, the timing of this project are now on view at Waterhouse Gallery, in La Arcada couldn’t be better,” shared Palmer Jackson, Jr., Executive Chairman of Court. the Granada Theatre. “We are so pleased to be able to begin work on Their paintings move the viewer into personal this project that will dramatically improve the experience of theaterspace with their exceptional use of light and nuance, though goers and all who use the paseo from the garage to State Street. We are both artists work reflect their own unique perspectives and incredibly grateful to the many partners, both public and private, that influences. have collaborated with us to make this happen. This transformation was a Rick Garcia’s paintings are a sidelong glance into the dream of the late Michael Towbes, and we’re honored to be able to finally Brian Cearnal of the Cearnal Collective vibrance of flora and the influence of natural color in the help realize his vision.” environment. He is The Granada Theatre has raised nearly $2 million from current board an award winning members and other donors to undertake the capital improvement project, Santa Barbara which when completed, will transform the parking lot behind the theater based artist who and pedestrian walkway into a safer, more accessible, and Gallery aesthetically Marcia Burtt works in oils. pleasing space for the public. 517 Laguna St., Santa Barbara Rick Garcia Rick GarciaGarcia recieved “We’re excited to reach the final phase of805 this962-5588 project which will create “Ojai Apples” 12 x 9 “Santa Cruz Island Rock Concert” (triptych) 11 x 27 Oil formal training a visually enhanced experience, inviting theater patrons, visitors, and our www.roeannewhite.com www.artlacuna.com roeannewhite.com in biological Rick Garcia entire community to enjoy Santa Barbara’s downtown dining, shopping, Oak Lore by Steve Curry teve Curry “Cambria Cove” 24 x 20 Oil on Linen illustration at Steve Curry and cultural district. The project includes a large-scale mural reflecting 7 x 11Santa OilBarbara’s Linen California vibrant performing arts,” commented Caren Rager, &Chrisman Executive Director SYV HISTORICAL MUSEUM CARRIAGE Exhibit •on www.SBMM.org • “Oak Lore” 12 x 18 Oil on Linen College of HOUSE: www.santaynezmuseum.org • 805-962-8404 and President Granada Theatre / Center for the Performing Arts. m Deco Frame Custom Deco Frame Arts and 805-688-7889 With the recent changes taking place downtown, including the closing ofSteve State StreetCurry to allow SB MUSEUM OF ART: Online: SmallCrafts in for moreAmerican foot traffic, Plaza Granada will add to the positive momentum, transforming24 the walkway “Jenner Splendor” x 48 Oil on Linen UCSB LIBRARY: www.library.ucsb.edu Format Paintings from Oakland experience to State Street for pedestrians, and the community at large. the Permanent Collection • Intheater-goers, the VILLAGE FRAMEunattractive & GALLERY:area 1485where E Ca when he The new Plaza replaces what is currently a crowded, cars, buses, and Meanwhile...Recent Acquisitions of Valley Rd #1 • 805-969-0524 atttended trucks share space Contemporary Art with • a constant flow of pedestrians moving between the existing city-owned Caren Rager, Chrisman Exec. 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ART: On-Line: Making A SILO 118: www.silo118.com 1114 State Street, Suite 9, Exhibition Opens February 20th Granada project is a new performing arts-themed mural at a very early age with dedicated studies in art between 1975 and 1982, Impression; Adjacent: Westmont Among those responsible forLinen bringing this project to life 805-962-8885 “Cambria 24 x 20 Oil on with masks & Social Distancing SLINGSHOT: AN ALPHA ARTCove” FORUM: installation located receiving within thea pedestrian walkway toState StateUniversity, Long Beach. He BFA from California has had Graduate Exhibition 2020; & Cearnal more • and Rogelio Solis include project architects Brian www.slingshotart.org • 805-770-3878. Street. After a competitive call for works submissions, 805-565-6162 • three separate selectedlocal to beSanta archived in the permanent collection of www.waterhousegallery.com/events email: art@waterhouseg of the Cearnal Collective, as well as Rob Skinner and Derek www.westmont.edu/museum Barbara muralists Tracy Lee Stum and Sayak Mitra were the United State of America Library of Congress. In 2003, Steven retired from SOLVANG ANTIQUES FINE ART Hansen from the Towbes Group, who is serving as the project selected for the project. In addition artwork that painting will GALLERY: Contemporary & Vintage development commercial worktointheir order to pursue full-time. Moving to the Ojai and general contractor. 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Poking the Paradigm

New research on sea urchins challenges long-held assumptions about marine reserves


By Harrison Tasoff / The UC Santa Barbara Current

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EPRIVE A MOUNTAIN RANGE OF ITS WOLVES, and soon the burgeoning deer population will strip its slopes bare. “I now suspect that just as a deer herd lives in mortal fear of its wolves, so does a mountain live in mortal fear of its deer,” wrote ecologist Aldo Leopold in his landmark 1949 title A Sand County Almanac. Leopold proposed that predators keep herbivore populations in check to the benefit of an ecosystem’s plant life. Remove one link in the food chain, and the effects cascade down its length. The idea of a trophic cascade has since become a mainstay in conservation ecology, with sea urchins as a prime example just off the California coast. “Urchins play a key role in the kelp forest because they eat kelp,” said Katrina Malakhoff, a doctoral student in UC Santa Barbara’s Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Marine Science. “And there are times and places when urchins eat so much kelp that they actually end up removing it all and creating urchin barrens.” Scientists noticed that urchin populations seemed to explode after hunters decimated California’s sea otters. The prickly critters went on to mow down entire kelp forests. Their conclusion: Predators like otters had kept the urchins in check. In Southern California, the otter’s predatory role was thought to be filled by other species, particularly spiny lobster and sheephead fish. But a new study by Malakhoff and her advisor, Robert Miller, suggests that the truth is much more nuanced. The researchers examined urchin populations inside and outside marine reserves, An orange Garabaldi and several señorita fish swim past a mixed group of red and purple sea where protection from fishing should have enabled urchin predators urchins off the coast of California. to rebound and control their populations. But instead of finding fewer probably isn’t the primary factor controlling urchin populations. For instance, larval dispersal and urchins, they found that one species was unaffected by the reserves, Katrina Malakhoff while the other flourished. Their work was supported by the National recruitment — as well as the oceanographic regimes that affect them — likely have greater effects on urchin populations, Miller said. Science Foundation’s Long-Term Ecological Research program, and results appear in the Proceedings This study invites scientists to reconsider how common trophic cascades are, and whether marine of the Royal Society B. reserves will always induce them. “Katrina’s study Marine reserves cordon off areas of the ocean from fishing. adds to a growing body of evidence that suggests that They’re often put in place to protect ecosystems by allowing species trophic cascades are confined to a pretty narrow set to recover, Malakhoff explained. In fact, California has a renowned of situations in the natural world,” Miller said. network of marine protected areas along its coast, and many people The two researchers acknowledge that some hoped that the reserves could help control the region’s two urchin of their fellow scientists and species: the red sea urchin, which is fished for its roe, and the purple resource managers might sea urchin, which isn’t. be reluctant to accept their “We predicted that by protecting these areas we’re increasing the conclusions. “The relationship number and density of urchin predators that will then control urchin between marine reserves populations and prevent them from overgrazing the kelp forest and and trophic cascades has turning it into an urchin barren,” Malakhoff said. She sought to approached paradigm status,” investigate this assumption, as well as the tendency of scientists and Miller explained, “and it’s resource managers to lump the two species together and treat them as always difficult to push back o n e x h i b i t ecologically equivalent. against a paradigm.” Malakhoff’s project was made possible by the wealth of data Bob Miller The study also calls into ripe for analysis in the Channel Islands National Park Kelp Forest question the benefit to kelp forests of simply placing Monitoring Program, which has records stretching back to 1982. The more area inside reserves. “One of the justifications data she used covers multiple sites from 13 years before, and roughly that’s been offered for expanding reserve coverage is 15 years after, the establishment of marine reserves. As she examined saving kelp forests by increasing urchin predators,” figures on urchin populations, a peculiar trend began to emerge. A California sheephead snacks on a purple urchin. Miller said. “And this study suggests that this goal The reserves seemed to have no affect at all on unfished purple alone is not a good justification. urchin populations. What’s more, instead of decreasing in numbers, red urchins proliferated within “I can see some controversy arising from this,” he added, “but I think, as scientists, we have to the borders of some marine reserves. Their size, number, and density increased once they no longer maintain objectivity. We’re fortunate that the Park Service and other monitoring programs collect faced fishing pressures. Reserves the data we need to do this kind of analysis.” also had no clear effect on giant kelp This doesn’t mean that marine reserves are a bad idea, or that we should not expand them,” he density. explained. “They clearly work very well for protecting fished species,” Miller noted. “It’s just that “I was pretty surprised,” Malakhoff some of these popularly held ideas — like that they’ll cause trophic cascades to save the kelp — said. “It contradicted what I expected might be less valid.” to be happening in the kelp forest.” If Marine protected areas may not be a panacea, but they do have their place. For one, they can a rise in predation within the reserve serve as excellent natural experiments for scientists to investigate the effects of removing fishing from influenced urchin populations, then the equation. Stakeholders simply need to remember, the researchers said, that reserves are only one both species should have decreased in means of managing our oceans, and it’s crucial to take advantage of all the strategies at their disposal. number, and there ought to have been Additionally, what scientists think will happen in a marine reserve may not always be what fewer small urchins, which provide an transpires, Malakhoff said, but that’s not inherently a bad thing. “Just because we have more urchins easier snack for predators. inside the reserves doesn’t necessarily mean we have less kelp,” she pointed out, “because the story is “There’s a simplistic picture that’s complicated.” been promulgated of kelp forests “These findings also highlight that we shouldn’t necessarily adopt simplistic management versus urchin barrens, and that approaches like smashing sea urchins to save kelp forests,” Miller added. predators are preventing this phase Other factors influence how much kelp urchins eat, aside from their density. Urchin behavior shift from happening,” Miller said. The also comes into play. Malakhoff is currently investigating how urchins digest different types of algae, corollary is that, by restoring predator and whether giant kelp truly is their preferred meal. This could shed light on the impact diet and populations, reserves should allow the other variables have on their grazing behavior. lush kelp forests to return. “Sea urchins, they’re sort of an enigma,” said Miller. “Across the world, people are either trying to Other studies have documented restore them or smash them based on a simple dichotomy: urchin good, urchin bad. But, like Katrina that the urchins’ predators are thriving said, the truth may be somewhere in between.” under the reserves’ protection. The Printed with permission of UCSB Office of Public Affairs and Communications new results indicate that predation Left uncontrolled, urchins can demolish a kelp forest

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Art Matters

Great American Art In LA, Moscow, and Paris


By Edward Goldman, ART Matters

Photo by Elena Kolovskaya

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Y FRIENDS, let me start today’s column with telling you why you haven’t heard from me for the last few weeks. I have been extremely busy working with one of our important LA museums on an exciting curatorial project that will be unveiled later this year. More news to come soon... As usual, I had a chance to see a few good gallery exhibitions last month. The most challenging and surprising shows turned out to be Cindy Sherman’s Tapestries at Sprüth Mager and Robert Longo’s Storm of Hope at Jeffrey Deitch. Both artists became successful in the 1980s, early in their careers - Cindy Sherman as a photographer, and Robert Longo as a painter. In their Los Angeles exhibitions both artists present works in a completely new medium, which doesn’t happen often in the late-stage career of famous artists. It takes courage and inspiration to take such a leap forward into unknown territory. Cindy Sherman photographed herself hundreds of times, and we got accustomed to see her transforming herself Tapestries by Cindy Sherman at Sprüth Magers into strange and often unrecognizable creatures. Never complimenting herself, she used photography as a means to subvert the traditional expectations of beauty, identity, and representation. Here, at her current solo show at Sprüth Mager Gallery, she continues to be true to these themes, but...brace yourself. Prepare to be overwhelmed and almost attacked by her self portraits, presented as large scale tapestries, woven in Belgium. In these portraits Sherman is not just looking, she is staring at you with an attitude that keeps the viewer on high alert. Just think about the hyper modern art of the Instagram selfie married to the ancient technique of woven textile. Yes, these images come directly from the artists’ Instagram account, and they were created with widely available face altering apps. With her integration of new technologies and classical craftwork, Sherman has simultaneously honored and challenged her career long commitment to photographic experimentation. Tapestries is open by appointment and will run through May 1st. I feel double guilty talking about Robert Longo’s exhibition at Jeffrey Deitch. It’s been open since December, but with the health and political dramas of the last several months I did not manage to see Longo’s Storm of Hope until its closing days last weekend. Another reason I feel guilty is because I went to see this exhibition thinking it was a show of black and white photographs. That’s how Longo’s new work looked to me in the email announcements I received. Tapestries by Cindy Sherman at Sprüth Magers You can imagine my jaw dropping when I arrived at the gallery to find that what I assumed to be gigantic photos are actually expertly and meticulously executed charcoal drawings. His unique and formidable draftsmanship are of the highest caliber. Standing in front of his monumental images of the Capitol, Supreme Court, and White House it’s impossible not to feel a sense of political tension brewing inside these pillars of American government. And talking about a picture worth a thousand words. We all know the name of journalist Jamal Khashoggi who was assassinated and dismembered by agents of the Saudi government. Now, at Jeffery Deitch gallery, we look at Khashoggi’s portrait by Longo who partially obliterates Khashoggi’s face with repeated parallel slash marks, evoking a sense of violence. I Bill Viola’s The Journey of the Soul at The Pushkin State Storm of Hope by Robert Longo at Jeffrey Deitch consider this portrait to be an artistic and political tour Museum of Fine Arts de force. Now, my friends, let me share with you the latest good news about American Art abroad. Today, March 2nd, is the opening of Bill Viola’s solo exhibition at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow. This is the first ever exhibition in Russia by Viola, a major American artist widely credited with pioneering video art since the 1970s. You might remember his retrospective here at LACMA twenty years ago. I went to see this exhibition more than once, and now I am dreaming of going to Russia to see this current exhibition, which is presenting works from the last fourteen years. Bill Viola’s The Journey of the Soul is dealing with the subjects that have preoccupied Viola’s artistic life - birth, death, and regeneration. Let’s move from Moscow to Paris. Do you recall being transported by Cy Twombly’s ceiling painting in Storm of Hope by Robert Longo at Jeffrey Deitch the Salle des Bronzes, one of the major galleries at the Louvre? The Art Newspaper reports that in 2010, just Edward Goldman was art critic before the artists death, Twombly was commissioned and host of “Art Talk,” a weekly to create a ceiling painting in the museum gallery dedicated to program which aired prime-time Roman and Greek sculptures. Now, a decade later, the Musée Tuesday evenings during All Things du Lourve dramatically redecorated the gallery’s walls from Considered on LA’s largest NPR white to bright red and changed the sculptures that were on affiliate, KCRW 89.9 FM, for more display at the time of Twombly’s commission. These alterations than 30 years. Along the way, were made without any consultation with the Cy Twombly Curator Kira Perov Viola, and co-curator Olga Shishko he also contributed weekly art Foundation, which is now threatening to take legal action Discover more Art Matters with Director Marina Loshak at the Pushkin State reports to the Huffington Post against the museum. Hmm... one would expect French Columns at Museum of Fine Arts and developed a strong digital www.edwardgoldman.com museum officials to be more careful, smart, and courteous. following.

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THE INTERDISCIPLINARY CENTER SERIES: PRESENTING NEW PUBLICATIONSHUMANITIES AND CREATIVE PROJECTS BY HFA FACULTY Join us online for a dialogue between W. Patrick McCray (History) and Alan Liu (English) about McCray’s new book, Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Creative Culture. Audience Q&A will follow.

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Making Art Work: How Cold War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Creative Culture (MIT Press, 2020)


Making Art Work: How Coldchasm War Engineers and Artists Forged a New Despite C. P. Snow’s warning, in 1959, of an unbridgeable Creative Culture (MIT Press, 2020) between the humanities and the sciences, engineers and scientists of Despite C. P. Snow’s warning, in 1959, of an unbridgeable chasm that era enthusiastically collaborated with artists to create visually and between the humanities and the sciences, engineers and scientists of sonically interesting multimedia works. This new emerged from with artists to create visually and thatartwork era enthusiastically collaborated sonically interesting works. This new artwork emerged from corporate laboratories, artists’ studios, publishing houses, artmultimedia galleries, corporate laboratories, artists’ studios, publishing houses, art galleries, and university campuses, and it involved some of the biggest stars of and university campuses, and it involved some of the biggest stars of the art world. Less famous and often overlooked the famous engineers the art were world. Less and often overlooked were the engineers and scientists who contributed time, technical expertise, and aesthetic and scientists who contributed time, technical expertise, and aesthetic input to these projects. This book restores the role of technologists to input to these projects. Thisthebook restores the of technologists torecounts the many ways that artists, foreground, explores therole era’s hybrid creative culture, and engineers, and curators have collaborated over the past fifty years. the foreground, explores the era’s hybrid creative culture, and recounts the many ways that artists, engineers, and curators have collaborated over the past fifty years. W. Patrick McCray is a professor in the Department of History at UC Santa Barbara where his research, writing, and teaching focus on the histories of technology and science. Originally trained as a scientist, he is W. Patrick McCray is a professor in the Department of History at UC the author or editor of six books. McCray’s 2013 book, The Visioneers: How Santa Barbara where his research, writing, and teaching focus Pursued on the an Elite Group of Scientists Space Colonies, Nanotechnologies, and a Limitless Future, won the Watson Davis histories of technology and science. Originally trained as a scientist, he is Prize in 2014 from the History of Science Society as the “best book written for a general audience.”

the author or editor of six books. McCray’s 2013 book, The Visioneers: How Sponsored by the IHC’s Harry Girvetz an Elite Group of Scientists Pursued Space Colonies, Nanotechnologies, and aMemorial Endowment Limitless Future, won the Watson Davis Prize in 2014 from the History of Science Society as the “best book written for a general audience.” Sponsored by the IHC’s Harry Girvetz Memorial Endowment

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