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Take a moment to read a poem during poetry month

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Check out some of the public art in Santa Barbara – but keep your distance please!

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Pull on your gloves and read what the Governor has to say about the future

Earth Day

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The Way Forward

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Earth Day is happening in a new way and former Vice President Al Gore will be participating!

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Hospice of Santa Barbara Transitions to Creative Ways to Continue Services including Telehealth

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In This Issue The Ticket: A SB Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Galleries &Art Venues. . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 14, 15 Sigrid Toye: Harbor Voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Priscilla: Santa Barbara Day & Evening. . . . 10

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Beverley Jackson: Yesterday & Today. . . . . 11

UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum offers virtual exhibitions 15

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Review of the new Take-Out Scene in Santa Barbara by Richard & Amanda Payatt 11 Listing of Take-Out Restaurants now open 18

Community News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 12 Richard & Amanda Payatt: In the Kitchen. . 11 Community Market. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Harlan Green: Economic VOICE. . . . . . 13

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Hospice of Santa Barbara’s Adriana Marroquin reviews grocery and medication lists with client.

Telehealth, ‘drop and go’ for groceries and medicines, supportive community education, and video support groups are just some of the ways Hospice of Santa Barbara is continuing to serve in the face of COVID-19.

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Hospice of Santa Barbara Continuing to Serve Patients and Clients while Preparing Community for COVID-19 Impacts

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S WE ADAPT TO THE NEW REALITY OF COVID-19, one thing is clear—Our services are needed now more than ever. While our physical office is closed for in-person visits, all staff is working with clients, patients, and their families. We changed to a telehealth model whereby clients receive grief counseling and attend support groups via phone or HIPAAcompliant video chat services such as Zoom. While this model is quite easy for adults and even teens to adapt to, it will take some time to determine what will work best for each individual who needs grief counseling. As our community braces for a wave of potential death due to COVID-19, there is no doubt that many in our community

Everyone has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, from children, to parents, to seniors.

will be impacted by grief— including those losing loved ones who live far away. Our Patient Care Services program, which provides nonmedical support to those with a life-threatening illness and their families, has been impacted by COVID-19 as well. About two-thirds of our patients and their families are low-income, and many have lost their jobs due to the economic impact of COVID-19. There is a much greater demand for help Telehealth has become an important tool to work with clients. with basic needs, like groceries and as busy as ever, helping patients navigate medications. For example, we are their medical care over the phone. This helping a young woman with cancer who includes supporting them on the phone just recently moved here for a new job. (and providing translation as needed) She lost her job when the coronavirus hit while they are at medical appointments. and has no family in the area. We Taking patients to and from appointments are helping her find resources for is usually a big part of how we help. We employment, transportation, and food to meet her immediate needs. can no longer do this, so we are paying for transportation services for our clients who We have also started providing bereavement care and anticipatory cannot find other means. As always, the free services that grief counseling for three families Hospice of Santa Barbara provides those who are impacted by COVID-19. with life-threatening illness and those This is just the beginning of navigating their grief could not be possible what could be an overwhelming without the continued support of our need in the coming months. generous community. In terms of the way we deliver services, things have changed. For more information visit We can’t see our patients facewww.hospiceofsantabarbara.org to-face anymore, but our staff is

Hospice of Santa Barbara Launches COVID-19 Related Public Support Information Series Beginning next week, Hospice of Santa Barbara’s Community Education team will be providing weekly information via VOICE Magazine related to COVID-19. Topics will include subjects such as: Self-Compassion, Staying in the Here and Now, Separation from your Elderly Loved One, and Parent’s Emotional Support for Children, etc.

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Webinar Series: Meet & Greet and Discussion with City Administrator

to 1pm. Registration is free. The workshop will explore how lists have permeated human culture from the dawn of literacy to the internet age and how poets have drawn on lists for inspiration, then consider how we can use lists as a starting point in our own poems, writing several collaborative and individual pieces. A link to the workshop will be provided after registering at

Join the Chamber of Commerce of the Santa Barbara Region for a live webinar Meet & Greet as they welcome Jason Harris, Economic Development Manager for the City of Santa Barbara, joined by City Administrator, Paul Casey on Tuesday April 21st from 11am to 12pm for a Zoom Meeting. This discussion will be moderated by Geoff Green, CEO, Santa Barbara City College Foundation. To register for the webinar visit https://zoom.us/meeting/

www.thesquirefoundation.org/events/poetry-workshop-turningyour-to-do-list-into-poetry

Then on Sunday, April 26th join Young from 5 to 6pm for a free Virtual Poetry Reading. Young will be reading a selection of poems she has written during her residency, offering background on how the poems developed and how they speak to ideas and concerns central to her current book project. Sign up for the reading at

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Virtual Financial Literacy Classes for Kids

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April is Financial Literacy Month, when bankers all over the country go out into the schools to teach kids about the importance of saving money. Since American Riviera Bank can’t go out to the schools this year, they are taking advantage of technology and bringing their program into your living room! They will be offering live online classes via Facebook and YouTube for the next three weeks as part of the American Bankers Association’s Teach Children to Save Program. The classes are broken into grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8, but feel free to join any class you would like! The schedule and materials are available at

Nature At Your Fingertips

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Wilderness Youth Project has launched it’s Free Nature Resource Portal to help the community connect with the benefits of time in nature safely and at a distance. From art projects, to stories, to natural recipes, WYP is going to provide you Participate in the Peoples’ with resources that more deeply engage children Self Help Housing’s creative project “Building Together and adults with the natural world. Access the – What Home Means to Me” portal at https://wyp.org/resource-portal/ and check back every week to see what fun new Participa en el proyecto www.americanrivierabank.com/TCTS creativo de Peoples’ offerings are added. Self Help Housing As an added bonus, Pipilo, a collection of “Construyendo juntos: The Squire Foundation Virtual bilingual audio stories about nature connection lo que el hogar significa and emotional intelligence in English and Poetry Workshop & Reading para mí” Spanish, is now offering six months free for Grocery lists, gratitude lists, bucket lists, the families who would benefit from this discount. Hollywood A-list ... Lists are everywhere – but what do they have to do with poetry? In this workshop, we’ll use The stories are narrated by a community of storytellers, including Wilderness Youth Project Staff. To learn more visit lists to open up new avenues for our own creative writing. https://pipilotales.com/ The virtual workshop hosted by The Squire Foundation titled Turning Your To-Do List Into Poetry will be led by Artist Hospice of SB Virtual Learn @ Lunch in Residence Elizabeth Young on Sunday, April 19th from 10am Are you curious about how different religions and cultures deal with end-of-life issues? Hospice of SB’s Learn @ Lunch is back...virtually! The series features a leader from a different religious tradition to address death and dying. Each will review common concerns, beliefs, and rituals around end-of-life issues and practices within their tradition. Get your lunch ready and join HSB virtually on Friday, April 24th, from 12 to 1pm featuring Pravrajika Vrajaprana, Senior sannyasini (nun) at Vedanta Temple. Join by visiting https://zoom.us/j/247229957?pw

April is Financial Literacy Month and since American Riviera Bank can’t go out to the schools this year, they are taking advantage of technology and bringing their program into your living room! Abril es el Mes de la Alfabetización Financiera y como American Riviera Bank no puede ir a las escuelas este año, ¡están aprovechando la tecnología y llevando su programa a tu sala!

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Mindful Communication Workshop

The Mental Health Center’s Mindful Communication Workshop: Connection that makes a difference will be held via Zoom on Sunday, April 26th from 3 to 5pm, featuring Dave Mochel. This free workshop is for adults and teens who want to learn tools to improve their communication skills in their

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personal and professional lives. A Zoom link will be provided upon registration at https://youthwell.org/workshops/

“Spirits in the (Virtual) Air: Potent Potable Poetry” Reading The reading “Spirits in the (Virtual) Air: Potent Potable Poetry” will be held Friday, April 24th from 7 to 8pm on Zoom. The free event is open to the public. A group of invited poets will read their work, and the work of others, about libations of all sorts. The reading will be hosted by George Yatchisin, “Drinkable Landscape” columnist for Edible Santa Barbara, food writer for the Santa Barbara Independent, and author of Feast Days and The First Night We Thought the World Would End. Featured readers include Laure-Anne Bosselaar, Susan Chiavelli, Diana Raab, Linda Saccoccio, David Starkey, Emma Trelles, Jace Turner, and Chryss Yost. To listen in, preferably with a drink nearby, join Zoom Meeting https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/94305572625 Meeting ID: 943 0557 2625

Santa Barbara-area ‘Jeopardy!’ Contestants Wanted

Jeopardy! is looking for Santa Barbara-area residents to compete on the show when it returns to the studio in the coming months. To register for and take the 15 minute test, visit www.jeopardy.com/be-on-j/anytime-test. For more info regarding the testing and audition process, please refer to the Contestant FAQs available on www.Jeopardy.com

exPorter Live on Instagram

Local rock band, exPorter will be performing in a livestream on Instagram Live on Fridays April 17th and 24th, both at 4pm (www.instagram.com/exporter.band). Band members include brothers Destin and Alec Cavazos (Bass, Vocals - Guitar, Vocals) and friend Henry Kish on drums. Watch their recently released music video Carsick on Youtube: https://youtu.be/hkCwCdhBX-8

Building Together: What Home Means To Me Peoples’ Self Help Housing invites the community to participate in the creative project “Building Together – What Home Means to Me.” From April 25th through May 2nd, build a little house in any medium you feel inspired, with materials you already have on hand. When complete, photograph your project, and with a few words of ‘what home means to you’, send to communications@pshhc.org, or share on social media using #WhatHomeMeansToMe and #PSHHBuildingTogether. For full details visit www.pshhc.org/BuildingTogether

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Lectura de “Espíritus en el aire (virtual): Poesía potable potente”: La lectura “Espíritus en el aire (virtual):

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Luego, el domingo, 26 de abril, únete a Young de 5 a 6pm para una lectura virtual de poesía gratis. Young leerá una selección de poemas que ha escrito durante su residencia, ofreciendo antecedentes sobre cómo se desarrollaron los poemas y cómo hablan sobre ideas y preocupaciones centrales en su proyecto de libro actual. Regístrate para la lectura en www.thesquirefoundation.org/

a la Cámara de Comercio de la Región de Santa Bárbara para un seminario web en vivo “Conoce y Saluda” mientras le dan la bienvenida a Jason Harris, Gerente de Desarrollo Económico de la Ciudad de Santa Bárbara, acompañado por el Administrador de la Ciudad, Paul Casey, el martes, 21 de abril de 11am a 12pm en una reunión de Zoom. Esta discusión será moderada por Geoff Green, CEO, Santa Barbara City College Foundation. Para registrarte para el seminario web visita https://zoom.

La naturaleza a tu alcance: Wilderness Youth Project ha lanzado su Portal de recursos naturales gratuitos para ayudar a la comunidad a conectarse con los beneficios del tiempo en la naturaleza de forma segura y a distancia. Desde proyectos de arte hasta historias y recetas naturales, WYP te proporcionará recursos que involucrarán más profundamente a niños y zoom.us/j/94305572625 adultos con el mundo natural. Accede al portal ID de la reunión: 943 0557 2625 en https://wyp.org/resource-portal/ y regresa cada semana para ver qué nuevas ofertas de Se buscan concursantes del área diversión se añaden. de Santa Bárbara para ‘Jeopardy!’: Como una ventaja adicional, Pipilo, una Jeopardy! está buscando residentes del área de Santa colección de historias de audio bilingües sobre la Bárbara para competir en el programa cuando regrese al conexión de la naturaleza y la inteligencia emocional estudio en los próximos meses. Para registrarte y tomar Celebrate virtual Earth en inglés y español, ahora ofrece seis meses Day... See page 7 el examen de 15 minutos, visita www.jeopardy.com/ gratis para las familias que beneficiarían de este be-on-j/anytime-test. Para obtener más información Celebra el Día de la descuento. Las historias son narradas por una Tierra de forma virtual sobre el proceso de la prueba y la audición, consulta las comunidad de narradores, incluyendo el Personal ... Ve la página 7 Preguntas frecuentes de los concursantes disponibles de Wilderness Youth Project. Para conocer más en www.Jeopardy.com visita https://pipilotales.com/

Serie de seminarios web: Conoce y saluda y una discusión con el administrador de la ciudad: Únete

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Clases de alfabetización financiera virtual para niños: Abril es el Mes de la Alfabetización Financiera, cuando

los banqueros de todo el país salen a las escuelas para enseñar a los niños sobre la importancia de ahorrar dinero. Dado que American Riviera Bank no puede ir a las escuelas este año, ¡están aprovechando la tecnología y llevando su programa a tu sala! Ofrecerán clases en vivo en línea a través de Facebook y YouTube durante las próximas tres semanas como parte del programa de Enseñar a los Niños a Ahorrar de la Asociación Americana de Banqueros. Las clases se dividen por grados K-2, 3-5 y 6-8, ¡pero puedes unirte a cualquier clase que desees! El horario y los materiales están disponibles en www.americanrivierabank.com/TCTS

Taller virtual de poesía y lectura de la Fundación Squire: Listas de comestibles, listas de gratitud, listas de deseos,

la lista A de Hollywood... Las listas están en todas partes, pero ¿qué tienen que ver con la poesía? En este taller, utilizaremos listas para abrir nuevas vías para nuestra propia escritura creativa. El taller virtual organizado por la Fundación Squire titulado Convertir tu lista de tareas en poesía será dirigido por la artista en residencia Elizabeth Young el domingo, 19 de abril de 10am a 1pm. La inscripción es gratuita. El taller explorará cómo las listas han impregnado la cultura humana desde los albores de la alfabetización hasta la era de Internet y cómo los poetas han recurrido a las listas para inspirarse, luego considera cómo podemos usar las listas como punto de partida en nuestros propios poemas, escribiendo varias piezas colaborativas e individuales. Se proporcionará un enlace al taller después de registrarse en www.thesquirefoundation.org/events/poetry-workshop-turning-yourto-do-list-into-poetry

Ongoing Opportunities

SBNature From Home: The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History’s SBNature From Home page is organized by activities that the community can do outdoors, indoors, or online. Check back often as new content will be added.

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The Gaviota Coast Conservancy: Recommends three walks that you can take on the Gaviota Coast that can be tailored to your own ability while providing space for social distancing. Locations include Coal Oil Point Reserve and Devereux Slough, Baron Ranch, and Arroyo Hondo Preserve. www.gaviotacoastconservancy.org/gaviota_coast_walks

Open Days at Arroyo Hondo Preserve: Hike at the Arroyo Hondo Preserve during expanded hours on Weekends from 10am to 4pm (April 18-19; May 2-3) and Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am-1pm. It’s free to visit and reservations are required. Dates are subject to change in accordance with CDC guidelines and dependent on community adherence to social distancing requirements. Pets are not allowed. Fill out the reservation form https://interland3.donorperfect.net/ weblink/weblink.aspx?name=E9622&id=104

Camerata Pacifica Concert at Home!: 60 to 75 minute programs from the Camerata video library, curated by Artistic Director Adrian Spence, will be shared every Sunday at 10am & 6pm on YouTube Live: www.youtube.com/channel/UC0oECgVms-

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Serie Virtual “Learn @ Lunch” de Hospice of SB:

¿Tienes curiosidad acerca de cómo las diferentes religiones y culturas tratan los problemas del final de la vida? La serie “Learn @ Lunch” de Hospice of SB ha vuelto ... ¡de forma virtual! La serie presenta a un líder de una tradición religiosa diferente para abordar la muerte. Cada uno revisará las preocupaciones, creencias y rituales comunes en torno a los problemas y prácticas al final de la vida dentro de su tradición. Prepara tu almuerzo y únete a HSB virtualmente el viernes, 24 de abril, de 12 a 1pm con Pravrajika Vrajaprana, Sannyasini mayor (monja) en el Templo Vedanta. Únete visitando https://zoom.us/j/247229957?pwd=bEFiVWV4M0thc0

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Taller de Comunicación consciente: El taller de Comunicación consciente: la conexión que marca la diferencia del Centro de salud mental se llevará a cabo a través de Zoom el domingo, 26 de abril de 3 a 5pm, con Dave Mochel. Este taller gratuito es para adultos y adolescentes que desean aprender herramientas para mejorar sus habilidades de comunicación en su vida personal y profesional. Se proporcionará un enlace para Zoom al registrarte en https://youthwell.org/workshops/ HVED2tbLzYfkA • 11:30am on Facebook Live: www.facebook. com/cameratasb

Sundays with the Symphony: Join the SB Symphony on Facebook for their new streaming program “Sundays with the Symphony,” featuring archival recordings of the Santa Barbara Symphony, curated and hosted by Maestro Nir Kabaretti. For the latest details, follow them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/SantaBarbaraSymphony

Santa Barbara Museum of Art - Online: The Museum continues to digitally engage the public by offering step-bystep instructional videos for at-home art projects; a virtual tour of their current exhibition and other works in the Museum’s collection; as well as lectures, musical performances, and Exhibition Extras from their Video Library. www.sbma.net The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center - Online: Throughout the duration of the center’s closure, the Arts Center will be posting daily activities on Facebook and Instagram to inspire the community to create, engage, and connect. Visit their webpage to find virtual art classes, live concerts and music streams, art activities for all ages, virtual galleries and museums, and more.

Poesía potable potente” se llevará a cabo el viernes, 24 de abril de 7 a 8pm por Zoom. El evento gratuito está abierto al público. Un grupo de poetas invitados leerán sus obras, y las obras de otros, sobre libaciones de todo tipo. La lectura será conducida por George Yatchisin, columnista de “Drinkable Landscape” para Edible Santa Barbara, escritor de alimentos para Santa Barbara Independent, y autor de Feast Days y The First Night We Thought the World End. Los lectores destacados incluyen a Laure-Anne Bosselaar, Susan Chiavelli, Diana Raab, Linda Saccoccio, David Starkey, Emma Trelles, Jace Turner y Chryss Yost. Para escuchar, preferiblemente con una bebida cerca, únete a la reunión de Zoom https://ucsb.

exPorter en vivo en Instagram: La banda de rock local,

exPorter se presentará en una transmisión en vivo en Instagram Live los viernes 17 y 24 de abril, ambos a las 4pm (www.instagram. com/exporter.band). Los miembros de la banda incluyen a los hermanos Destin y Alec Cavazos (Bajo, Voz - Guitarra, Voz) y su amigo Henry Kish en la batería. Disfruta de su video musical recientemente lanzado Carsick en Youtube: https://youtu.be/ hkCwCdhBX-8

Construyendo juntos: lo que el hogar significa para mí: Peoples’ Self Help Housing invita a la comunidad a

participar en el proyecto creativo “Construyendo juntos: lo que el hogar significa para mí.” Del 25 de abril al 2 de mayo, construye una pequeña casa en cualquier medio que te inspire, con materiales que ya tengas a la mano. Cuando termines, tómale una foto a tu proyecto y, con algunas palabras de “lo que significa el hogar para ti,” envía un mensaje a communications@pshhc.org o comparte en las redes sociales utilizando #WhatHomeMeansToMe y #PSHHBuildingTogether. Para más detalles visita www.pshhc.org/BuildingTogether

Nightly Met Opera Streams: The Metropolitan Opera streams begin at 7:30pm EDT and will remain available on the homepage at www.metopera.org for 20 hours. Schedule of streams www.metopera.org Center Stage Theater Digital Arts Festival: The Digital Arts Festival, streaming nightly at 7pm through April 30th, offers community members a chance to meet some incredible artists through interviews hosted by Jim Sirianni. Interviews can be found on the Center Stage blog. Visit the blog page at https://centerstagetheatersbdotblog.wordpress. com/blog-2/ or https://centerstagetheater.org/ If you are interested in submitting work or ideas email admin@centerstagetheater.org

SB Public Library Delivers!: Request books or other library materials to be delivered via USPS media mail. Adult Request Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/ e/1FAIpQLSdmzFh_OU7trklfy29_L02MHu3aKqF6cJx5GLySlKiLXz6eJA/ viewform

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Children Request Form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLS dXXk25TTjjZ3GuULkhbacO0eJRohK24t8SppDZHeyUpLD0QQ/viewform For more info visit www.sbplibrary.org

Shelter In Style With Opera SB: Follow the Opera SB Facebook page to stay updated and catch shows either live or in the days following. Productions will be posted for one week following the live webcast. Up next is Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin on Tuesday, April 21st at 5pm.

Unitarian Universalist Congregation Sunday Services will be streamed via Zoom through May 31st from 9:50 to 11am. Everyone is welcome. To “attend” a Live Oak Sunday service go to www.zoom.com, click “join a meeting, enter meeting ID 991 200 709, click “join.”

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Governor Outlines Future

LOVES, MASKS, AND CELL PHONES may be a part of the transitional normal in upcoming weeks as Santa Barbara and the world moves out of sheltering in place and into a universe that has not yet found a vaccine for COVID-19. Governor Gavin Newsom outlined on Tuesday what it will take to loosen the current restrictions in California while still protecting individuals from the virus. At the same time, changes around the world may indicate measures that locals could be asked to implement and participate in. “While Californians have stepped up in a big way to flatten the curve and buy us time to prepare to fight the virus, at some point in the future we will need to modify our stay-at-home order,” said Governor Newsom. “As we contemplate reopening parts of our state, we must be guided by science and data, and we must understand that things will look different than before.” Gloves are one of the most common types of protection used in health care and health emergencies and are a rising concern in fighting COVID-19. In a virus caused pandemic, gloves play an important Governor Gavin Newsom role. The Center for Disease Control recommends individuals learn the proper use of gloves, including washing before and after glove use and the need to disinfect surfaces that have been touched by soiled gloves. Like with masks, gloves are in short supply. Everyone is encouraged to avoid hoarding and to be respectful of the needs of health workers and first responders. As varied as the world’s cultures, response to contain the virus has crossed many spectrums. In New York and in Wuhan,

China, wearing masks has become mandatory. On Wednesday, Andrew Cuomo, Governor of New York, ordered New Yorkers to wear protective masks or face coverings when in public; he gave them a three day grace period to begin. The executive order is part of a new normal which will accompany a gradual reopening of business, according to Cuomo, who announced the policy at his daily news conference on the COVID-19 pandemic. The new order will be enforced by local agencies. “The more testing, the more open the economy,” Cuomo also said. On another front, color coded cell phone stickers now indicate the extent of individuals’ freedom to move around in Wuhan, China. The color green on a cell phone shows the person is symptom-free and gives them access to subways, hotels, or the center of the city. Travel restrictions are placed for individuals with yellow or red symbols. In Japan, every household will receive two masks from the government. And, South Korea has implemented a central tracking app called Corona 100m, which informs people of known cases of the virus within 100 meters of where they are, according to a Guardian article. Infrared thermometers are being used to screen individuals at airports, apartment buildings, and even stores in China, Russia, Italy, Canada, Mexico, and South Korea to name a few. Newsom outlined six key indicators that will be used to guide California’s thinking for when and how to modify the stay-at-home and other orders set in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. He also announced a working relationship with Oregon and Washington. The Governor said there is not a precise timeline for modifying the stay-at-home order, but that these six indicators will serve as the framework for making that decision. He also noted that he anticipates that things will look different as California makes modifications and moves to reopen its economy. For example, restaurants will have fewer tables and classrooms will be reconfigured to allow for social distancing. Courtesy Photo

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California’s Path Forward To Address Diverse Needs

California’s six indicators of readiness to modify its stay-athome order are: • The ability to monitor and protect our communities through testing, contact tracing, isolating, and supporting those who are positive or exposed • The ability to prevent infection in people who are at risk for more severe COVID-19 symptoms • The ability of the hospital and health systems to handle surges • The ability to develop therapeutics to meet demand • The ability for businesses, schools, and child care facilities to support physical distancing • The ability to determine when to re-institute certain measures, such as the stay-at-home orders, if necessary For more information on California’s COVID-19 response, visit www.covid19.ca.gov.

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Celebrate Earth Day From Home on April 22nd

Celebra el Día de la Tierra desde tu casa el 22 de abril

HE WORLD’S LARGEST ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT, EARTH DAY celebrates its 50th anniversary this year and although we are limited to our homes, The Community Environmental Council (CEC) will commemorate this milestone by hosting #TogetherWeEarthrise Earth Day Live Festival. Dedicated to inspiration, community building, and climate action, the livestream event begins at noon on Wednesday, April 22nd and will be available to view at www.SBEarthDay.org. “For the first time in 20 years, we aren’t holding a live Earth Day festival, but our community stands strong – amazing artists, youth activists, and esteemed environmentalists are joining us to bring people together,” shared Kathi King, Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival Director. “Like us, they are committed to the idea that, even though we can’t gather in person, we can take collective action to lessen our impact on the Earth.” The online event will be the only Santa Barbara Earth Day celebration this year, as the public festival (previously rescheduled to July) has now been canceled for 2020 due to concerns that social distancing may be extended. Former Vice Featured music performers include Kenny President Al Gore Loggins, Glen Phillips, Zack Gill, Tina Schlieske, and Michael McDonald, along with poetry performances by Sojourner Kincaid Rolle and San Marcos High School senior Madai Quevedo. Featured speakers include Former Vice President Al Gore, actor Jeff Bridges, and past Earth Day Environmental Heroes Bill McKibben, Florencia Ramirez, and U.S. Congressman Salud Carbajal. Local media favorites John Palminteri, Alys Martinez, Lin Aubuchon, and Tracy Lehr, along with KJEE DJ’s, will be virtual ‘emcees.’ The 2020 #TogetherWeEarthrise Earth Day Live Festival – which is For the first time in 20 years, free to stream we aren’t holding a live – honors the 50th anniversary of the Earth Day festival, but our creation of Earth community stands strong Day, a designation – amazing artists, youth inspired by Santa Barbara’s environmental activism in activists, and esteemed environmentalists are joining response to the 1969 oil spill. us to bring people together. The date also Kathi King marks the 50th SB Earth Day Festival Director anniversary of the Community Environmental, festival creator and organizer. The #TogetherWeEarthrise theme is in conjunction with the international Earth Day Network’s campaign to bring communities together during the coronavirus crisis. “Over the past month, we’ve shown how we can come together as a society, acknowledge our Jeff Bridges interconnectedness, and take necessary, if painful, steps to protect ourselves against this virus. These are lessons we can apply to protecting the health and well-being of all people against the existential threats of a dangerously warming climate,” CEC’s CEO Sigrid Wright commented. In addition to watching the virtual festival, the community can participate in the week leading up to the festival by: • Getting creative with the Earthrise photo through art, poetry, and music, and sharing pictures and videos of this work on social media using the hashtags #TogetherWeEarthrise, #CECSB, and #SBEARTHDAY. These photos and videos will be included in the online event. • Support earth-friendly businesses, restaurants, and bars offering #SBEarthDaySpecial items from April 15th to 24th.

Para obtener más información y actualizaciones, visita www.SBEarthDay.org

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L MOVIMIENTO AMBIENTAL MÁS GRANDE DEL MUNDO, EL DÍA DE LA TIERRA celebra su 50 aniversario este año y, aunque estamos limitados a nuestros hogares, el Consejo Ambiental de la Comunidad (CEC, por sus siglas en inglés) conmemorará este hito al organizar #TogetherWeEarthrise, un Festival en vivo del Día de la Tierra. Dedicado a la inspiración, la construcción de la comunidad y la acción climática, el evento de transmisión en vivo comienza al mediodía del miércoles, 22 de abril y estará disponible para ver en www.SBEarthDay.org. “Por primera vez en 20 años, no estamos celebrando un festival del Día de la Tierra en persona, pero nuestra comunidad se mantiene firme – artistas increíbles, activistas juveniles y ambientalistas respetados se unen a nosotros para unir a las personas,” compartió Kathi King, Directora del Festival del Día de la Tierra de Santa Barbara. “Al igual que nosotros, están comprometidos con la idea de que, aunque no podamos reunirnos en persona, podemos tomar medidas colectivas para disminuir nuestro impacto en la Tierra.” El evento en línea será la única celebración del Día de la Tierra Kenny Loggins en Santa Barbara este año, ya que el festival público (previamente reprogramado para julio) se ha cancelado para este año (2020) debido a la preocupación de que se pueda extender la orden del distanciamiento social. Artistas musicales destacados incluyen a Kenny Loggins, Glen Phillips, Zack Gill, Tina Schlieske y Michael McDonald, junto con presentaciones de poesía de Sojourner Kincaid Rolle y Madai Quevedo, una estudiante de último año de la preparatoria San Marcos. Oradores destacados incluyen al ex SB Poet Laureate vicepresidente Al Gore, el actor Jeff Bridges Sojourner Kincaid y los héroes ambientales del Día de la Tierra Rolle de años anteriores como Bill McKibben, Florencia Ramírez y el congresista de los Estados Unidos Salud Carbajal. Los favoritos de los medios locales John Palminteri, Alys Martinez, Lin Aubuchon y Tracy Lehr, junto con los DJ de KJEE, serán “presentadores” virtuales. El Festival en vivo del Día de la Tierra 2020 #TogetherWeEarthrise, que será transmitido gratis, honra el 50 aniversario de la creación del Día de la Tierra, una designación inspirada en el activismo ambiental de Santa Barbara en respuesta al derrame de petróleo de 1969. La fecha también marca el 50 aniversario de Community Environmental, creador y organizador del festival. El tema #TogetherWeEarthrise es en conjunción con la campaña internacional de la Red del Día de la Tierra para unir a Por primera vez en 20 años, las comunidades durante la crisis no estamos celebrando un del coronavirus. festival del Día de la Tierra “Durante el mes pasado, hemos en persona, pero nuestra demostrado cómo podemos comunidad se mantiene unirnos como sociedad, firme – artistas increíbles, reconocer nuestra interconexión activistas juveniles y y tomar los pasos necesarios, si es que son dolorosos, para ambientalistas respetados protegernos contra este virus. Estas se unen a nosotros para unir son lecciones que podemos aplicar a las personas. para proteger la salud y el bienestar Kathi King, Directora del Festival de todas las personas contra las del Día de la Tierra de SB amenazas existenciales de un clima peligrosamente cálido,” comentó el CEO de CEC, Sigrid Wright. Además de ver el festival virtual, la comunidad puede participar en la semana previa al festival al: • Ser creativo con la foto de la Salida de la tierra a través del arte, la poesía y la música, y compartir fotos y videos de este trabajo en las redes sociales usando los hashtags #TogetherWeEarthrise, #CECSB y #SBEARTHDAY. Estas fotos y videos se John Palminteri incluirán durante el evento en línea. • Apoya a negocios, restaurantes y bares amigables con el planeta que ofrecen ofertas especiales del 15 al 24 de abril. #SBEarthDaySpecial

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Fresh Air, Masks, & Art – on the Waterfront

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By Kerry Methner, PhD / VOICE

VEN DURING THE SHELTER-IN-PLACE ORDERS, art adventures are available. When out for some fresh air on Santa Barbara’s beautiful waterfront, consider opening your eyes to find some little and big gems tucked in here and there or occasionally brazenly taking over a corner. They are part of the Santa Barbara aesthetic - conscious or not. Below are a few of the installations of art in public places that our waterfront area offers. In the process of finding these, you’ll

no doubt discover many more. Do, please, take your best shot at capturing the moment via a photo. Then send it to us (please include the location address), and we’ll do our best to share your work so that others can find and enjoy another detail of the Santa Barbara aesthetic! Let’s discover our town together!

Stearns Wharf

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Leadbetter Beach

Art @ SBCC Circuit a series of wind sculptures by P.U.L.S.E. Artists

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Dolphin Family by Bud Bottoms

Los Baños Del Mar, Ripples Mosaic, and Working Harbor by IrvineCabada ArtDesign

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The Mentors by Aris Demetrios - West Campus Not Yet Full by Ed Inks - East Campus Three Triangles by Fletcher Benton - East Campus Black Basalt monolith, artist unknown - East Campus Folded Circle Arc by Fletcher Benton - East Campus

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Moby Dick by Beth Amine

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These bench tiles were created by Hank Pitcher. The one with the cat face tile is called the Dorsey bench after Hank’s son’s childhood cat. (near Garden St. & Cabrillo)

The Syuxtun Story Circle Mosaic. Chumash Story Circle Design Team: Ray Ward, Sue Nakao Ward, Carmen Sandoval, Gloria Liggett, Chuck Franco, Steven A. Franco, Jr., Michael Cordero of the Chumash Maritime Association; and contractor/mosaic artist Lori Ann David.

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Harbor VOICE Another View... By Sigrid Toye, Special to VOICE

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T’S BEEN ALMOST A MONTH OF SOCIAL DISTANCING here in Santa Barbara! Looking out my windows in the morning I’m viewing ‘My World’, at least for the time being – certainly not bad, but still a confinement of sorts. Other than pick ups for take out food, cautious trips to the grocery stores complete with mask and occasional gloves … that’s it! A drive along Cabrillo Boulevard along the waterfront in the direction of the harbor on a sunny Spring day is a special treat! Which is what happened last weekend when I was treated to a view of the harbor from another vantage point. I was taken for a ride on my husband’s sailboat for another view of the harbor, Stearns Wharf, the endless shoreline, the Channel Islands, and the distant oil rigs. This familiar sight seemed entirely new from the ocean beyond the breakwater. All I could say on that beautiful Saturday was “Wow! What a view!” Perhaps these days of confinement have renewed my appreciation for the beauty of the California coastline and given me a second set of eyes to see what Mother Nature gifts to those of us who live on the land. On the Bell Buoy just outside the harbor, the seals were sunning themselves with a few circling in the water hoping to make it through Security to find a place in the sunshine near the sound of the bell. Looking down, I realized that the view from the surface was only a small portion of what actually exists below. Thousands of species of animals reside beneath the waves, some who occasionally visit the sunlight, but most are at home in the darkness below. Whether swimming, on the floor of the ocean, attached to the pilings of the pier and the oil rigs offshore, they thrive in an environment all their own. This subject, believe it or not, brings me to how I pass some of the time while being confined: the tidal wave of informational videos available online. The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum’s website has a huge selection of videos of previous and very popular lectures having to do with ocean related information and education. A video I’d like to suggest to you is one that specifically addresses the future of the marine environment below the surface of the Santa Barbara Channel titled Alternative Uses of the Oil Platforms. This lecture took place in November of 2019 in advance of the planned decommissioning of the oil rigs. This series of presentations addresses the proposed use of the decommissioned platforms with speakers representing the various options available. The purpose was to inform the public about the alternative uses up for consideration and discussion. Proposals ranged from converting the platforms into marine life reefs or protected areas, renewable energy (wind or wave power), and fishing reefs to aquaculture facilities. A great deal of time was spent on the underwater environment and how the rigs provide a rich habitat for a variety of species that make their home on the pilings. Beautiful underwater photography projected on the big screen at the Maritime Museum depicted the colorful variety of marine life under the surface and how its existence benefits the overall environment of the Santa Barbara Channel. The presenters included organizations such as the Ocean Foresters, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, and the Seaworld Research Institute. Why not while away some of those long hours at home on the Maritime Museum’s website viewing this awesome, educational video? Not only is it an eye opener about our marine environment, but it involves the decommissioning of the oil rigs that, in time, will impact our entire community. While there, feel free to enjoy the others too! https://sbmm.org/lectures Happy viewing!

Sigrid Toye volunteers for the Breakwater Flag Project. She is on the board of directors of the Maritime Museum and participates in Yacht Club activities. An educational/behavior therapist, Sigrid holds a Ph.D in clinical psychology. She loves all things creative, including her two grown children who are working artists. Send Harbor tips to: Itssigrid@gmail.com

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Marymount Postpones Annual Auction to Protect Community From COVID-19

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N KEEPING WITH PUBLIC HEALTH EXPERTS ADVICE to cancel gatherings in order to limit the spread of COVID-19, Marymount recently postponed their 42nd annual auction. The event, set to be held at The Montecito Club on March 14th, is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the non-profit private school. As a small school, Marymount relies on the annual generosity of the community to support its unique programs and activities as well as creating financial support for families choosing Marymount. Andrea McFarling, Director of Development; Alex Dunn, Assoc. “The vital support that is Director of Development; and Tina Wood, Auction Chair. generated from our annual auction provides tremendous support to Marymount students and families as well as our generous tuition assistance program we include in our annual operating budget each year,” said Christina Broderick, Marymount head of school. “Although it was tough not to see all the hard work come together for the community to participate in and enjoy, we are hopeful to be able to gather remotely or in person in support of our school, students and families.” “We are so grateful to the leadership, creativity, and generosity of more than 50 Marymount volunteers who worked diligently to bring our annual signature fundraiser to life,” Broderick said. Many top donors and sponsors of the school enthusiastically contributed auction items and funds in order to create the event. These sponsors included local family businesses such as the new seaside Asian restaurant Oku, Italian Pottery Outlet, and Dioji K-9 Resort & Athletic Club. Under the current economic circumstance, these businesses could certainly use support as well. “We are confident in the loyalty and love of our Marymount friends and families to see us through this challenging time, and we invite anyone interested in supporting and learning more about Marymount to reach out through our website,” Broderick said. For more information, email info@marymountsb.org or call 805-569-1811 ext. 131.

Saying Thank You!

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HERE WERE LOTS OF SMILES AS WORKERS LEFT KARL STORZ IMAGING IN GOLETA RECENTLY, when they were on the receiving end of a surprise wine giveaway. Karl Storz manufactures endoscopy equipment used to examine the respiratory systems of medical patients, including those with COVID-19. The company falls under the list of essential critical infrastructure sectors, which allows employees to operate at the workplace during the crisis. While Karl Storz Goleta has taken dozens of measures to reduce transmission of the virus including directing 300 of the 400 employees to work at home, they wanted to look out for those still working at the facility. In addition to hiring a dedicated person to continually disinfect common area touch points, spreading out tables and chairs in the breakrooms, staggering lunch breaks, and providing masks, for the 100+ Karl Storz assembly employees and support staff who have been going to work every day, company president and general manager Miles Hartfeld surprised them with a bottle of wine. Hartfeld’s fiancée, winemaker Gretchen Lieff, who donated the La Lieff wine, was on hand. “We took great care to maintain the appropriate social distancing during the distribution,” said Hartfeld. Workers lined up outside the building entrance, carefully separated by blue tape lines, in order to maintain a minimum of six foot spacing, before individually picking up their bottle from the table and heading home. “These workers are on the front lines. The medical equipment we produce here at this Goleta Miles Hartfeld, Gretchen Lieff, and facility plays a life-saving role in our battle against Jose Vazquez this global pandemic,” Hartfeld shared as the workers left for the day, waving thank you from a safe distance. See more Photos by Priscilla, ©2020, SantaBarbaraSeen.com Contact her at priscilla@santabarbaraseen.com • (805) 969-3301


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Someone’s In The Kitchen!

ANTA BARBARA, YOUR RESTAURANTS NEED YOU! Many of them have remained open through this dreadful COVID-19 crisis. They want to be here for the community. They want to be here for you. And they want to be here for their employees, too. Because they know that if they can’t keep that wonderful crew together through this tough time… your favorite restaurant might not be there when this the world opens back up for business as usual. So, it is time to support them! Everything is To Go these days. Almost everybody has a website with their special menus and special offers. Many restaurants have arrangements with delivery services. All can do pick-up orders, and many have extra discounts if you pick it up yourself. (Wouldn’t you love to have a reason to get out of the house for just a little while?) Yes, they are all working with skeleton crews. Yes, they are making it up as they go along. Yes, they may not always pick up the phone immediately. Yes, they aren’t open the usual hours. But, they are doing everything that they can in this strange new world, so please cut them just a little slack. Santa Barbara, here are some of our favorite restaurants in town that are doing something for you! Put down that spatula! Hit the website; or pick up the phone. You can even run down to McDonald’s, Taco Bell, or Jack In The Box on the way to pick up some comfort food to keep the kids happy. They need their old favorites, too.

The Andersen’s The Andersen’s is doing a limited menu. That keeps it simple. But, every To Go order off of the Hygge menu comes with a complimentary bottle of wine. (Our favorites are the schnitzel and the Viking Platter.) They are also offering their pastries and cakes. If you would like to send thanks to our first responders, The Andersen’s is offering special pricing on pastries, and delivery locally or nationally to thank the people on the front line. The Andersen’s • 1106 State St • 805-962-5085 • New Hours: Daily 10-6pm • www.Andersenssantabarbara.com

Uncorked Uncorked is also doing a limited menu with a special dish of the day. They also have To Go bottles of delightful wine at highly attractive prices. (Mmmmm. Can I have the Chimichurri Steak Bites with the Flying Cloud Zinfandel please?) Best of all, they are offering, as a service to the community, a limited menu of grocery items from their pantry – at cost. That is less than you and I can get them in the grocery store. Uncorked • 423 East Haley • 805-690-4590 • New Hours: Daily 4-7pm • www.Uncorkedsb.com

Pascucci

Pascucci had just moved to its new location when this hit them. But Laura Knight is doing what she does best, which is fighting the good fight. Pascucci is offering a very large menu. And, it is offered with free delivery for orders of $40 or more; and a free bottle of the house wine with orders of $75 or more. And if you want to order a bottle of the Lafond Wine or Santa Barbara Winery wine with your meal, it is 30 percent off the price of the bottle with any food order. And, yes, you can get beer and cocktails to go, too. (Risotto Toscano with a Santa Barbara Winery Sauvignon Blanc sound good to you? Yes? Let’s order that!) If you pick up your order in person, then it is an additional 15 percent off. Pascucci • 509 State St • 805-963-8123 • New Hours: Daily Noon-8pm • www.pascuccirestaurant.com

Opal Opal is offering a limited menu of the local favorites, in addition to a daily special. On top of this, there are some wonderful take out combos on offer. (Two pizzas – must be same pizza type, a large salad, homemade bread, and a dark chocolate pecan tart for $40 plus tax? Sign me up! Or maybe we should order the Lemon Grass Crusted Salmon instead?) If ordered directly and picked up, all food and cocktails are 10 percent off. Wine or beer To Go is 30 percent off. (With pricing for wines over $95 negotiable.) Opal • 1325 State St • 805-966-9676 • New Hours: Daily 5-8pm • www.Opalrestaurantandbar.com

Holdren’s Steaks and Seafood Holdren’s is giving some deep discounts on their fabulous food to keep you wanting more. (Surf and Turf top sirloin and prawns for only $27?) The menu is limited, but it has all of your favorites. And best of all, three of their marvelous Curbside Cocktails To Go are a mere $20! (Yes, you can order three Quarantinis for $20.) Don’t forget the salads, fries, and desserts. Holdren’s • 512 State St • 805-9653363 • New Hours: Daily 4:30-7:30pm • www.Holdrens.com Richard and Amanda Payatt have 40+ years of publishing experience between them. With decades in the food and wine industries (both are sommeliers), they bring readers “In the Kitchen/In the Cellar” with a focus on the people that create the food and wine we enjoy.

A Visit to James Beard's Kitchen It looked different than mine!

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By Beverley Jackson, Special to VOICE

OST OF US ARE SPENDING MORE TIME IN THE KITCHEN PRESENTLY. I suddenly looked around mine, and began thinking about why it doesn't look like Julia Childs Cambridge kitchen. For one thing, mine isn't famous. Julia's is world famous and now that it is on permanent display in Washington, DC at the Smithsonian Institute, everyone can see it. Deep in thought about kitchens, smoke filled my kitchen and I realized I had a topic for my next column. I came to in time so that eight handsome men from the San Ysidro Fire Station One didn't have to join me in the kitchen! But I'm really going to talk about James Beard's New York kitchen. Born in Portland, Oregon, when he was about two years old he remembers going to a food exhibition. And what a great first cuisine memory The late Bill Wilcox and James Beard at a dinner Bill hosted for his guests at his historic for James Beard – watching Triscuits and shredded wheat biscuits being made. Well I guess a Julia Child Montecito mansion French soufflé wouldn't hold the same attraction for a two year old. Although when he lived in Paris in the 1920s his tastes had changed. In 1955 he established The James Beard Cooking School based on honestly prepared fresh wholesome American ingredients. James came into my life when he was a very famous chef, teacher, and author of some very successful cook books. I was in New York for several weeks when my friend Mary Homi asked, "Would you like to go to a luncheon at James Beard's on Tuesday?" You know what my answer was! So the following Tuesday, Mary and I were in a Yellow Cab heading to Greenwich Village for James' home. We were at the right address, but I was surprised to see he lived across the street from a major hospital and next door to a Town and Country school. Once inside, I was completely captivated by the wallpaper covering the hall walls. It was black etched pineapples and leaves on white background. I caught a glimpse of the kitchen as we climbed the stairs to meet the guest of honor, English writer Jane Grigson whose cookbook was titled, Jane Grigson's Fruit Book. Right away, his collection of Chinese ancestor paintings on glass and blue and white china collection that caught my attention. There were interesting items from the Orient scattered g books at a James Beard signin n in 1981. throughout the house. ta at street fair in Manh use is Ho From the drawing room area a balcony looks out onto e lag Vil ich nw His Gree the James Beard a glorious small New York garden and down into a dining now the home of location terrace that is part of the gigantic glassed-in area which Foundation and the rs, and ne din ts, en ev ny ma of looks out to the garden and building beyond. Some of r. no ho his in ms educational progra the guests dined at small round tables in this area. An example of his sense of humor, two large muse statues carved from wood stood between the dining area and the glass wall. Jim had tucked a huge elephant garlic bulb and stem in the arms of one of the statues. Now for his kitchen, which was (and still is) used for teaching. At the center was a large u-shaped counter with cooking burners on either side. There were walls of glasses, a bar area, and a wine storage area. A fine collection of antique copper molds and pots hung on one wall. Refrigerators were hidden behind chrome doors. The gigantic baking ovens were also hidden. Luncheon was served buffet style from the counters between the cooking burners. A huge silver punch bowl held many bottles of white wine on ice and bowls of salad were also set there. James checking out Bill's antique globe Trays holding melon wrapped in prosciutto were passed. There was a scallop ceviche made from a recipe in Jane's latest book as well as chicken salad. We talked about a very elegant dinner party the late Bill Wilcox hosted for Jim when he last visited him in Santa Barbara. But that's another whole column, not kitchens. Photos courtesy of Beverley Jackson

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Make It To Go!

Beverley Jackson moved to SB in 1963 from Los Angeles. She wrote a social column for the SB News-Press from 1968-1992. She also wrote the award winning book Splendid Slippers on Chinese footbinding and five other books on China. She latest book is Dolls of Spain. Jackson is avid doll collector and a collector of interesting people. She is also now seriously making and exhibiting pine needle baskets and collage.


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HE COMMUNITY OF SANTA BARBARA AND THE COMMUNITY OF THE WORLD has been called into action by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our city, our lives, our ways of doing business, our families will never be able to return to their old normals. But we will move forward now by Sheltering in Place... Later, by re-emerging with a new sense of the importance of everyone working together, to support each other and help everyone evolve into people and businesses prepared to live in a world where pandemics are part of everyone’s experience. The response of every single person is and will be integral to the health of our community. VOICE Magazine will continue to support the people and non-profits, the businesses and government agencies working on the front lines by providing important public information, business and personal news to sustain community life. We need your help. Every community needs channels of communication which are open and free to the public. For the past 26 years VOICE Magazine (AKA CASA Magazine) has remained free to Santa Barbara residents, both in print and digitally. We have never put up a pay wall to our digital edition or website. With your continued support via advertising and contributions this model of community journalism will go forward into the future. Journalism is evolving, though. Over 50 percent of local news sources have disappeared since 1991 - more since the pandemic has shuttered businesses. In our community we have seen many loved media outlets come and go. We’ve been blessed that while providing local service, we have managed to outlive many of them. VOICE Magazine has survived because of its advertisers, readers, and its hard working staff that put in countless hours to support a diverse community that believes in being inclusive. We thank-you, each and every one of you! At this moment, Santa Barbara is facing COVID-19; major economic upheaval including thousands of lay-offs; water, housing, and homeless issues; yet at the same time, the need to become a more cohesive caring community is making local reporting more essential than ever. With your help, VOICE Magazine will continue to advocate for a stronger and healthier community. We hope you will consider a targeted contribution in support of this nearly 27 year old project. Consider: • Contributing funds for more Spanish and Bilingual Articles... up to $10,000 is needed. • Contributing funds to expand local Environmental Coverage... up to $25,000 is needed. • Contributing funds for VOICE Magazine to transition into a non-profit News center...$5,000 needed.

Please consider making a contribution today. VOICE Magazine: 924 Anacapa Street, suite B1-F; Santa Barbara, Ca. 93101 Phone: 805-965-6448 • email: publisher@voicesb.com

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Cottage Begins Using First PAPR Face Shields Produced Locally By Maria Zate, Cottage Health

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ANTA BARBARA COTTAGE HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF who are caring for COVID-19 patients are now able to use the first face shields produced in collaboration with engineers from UCSB and local companies. A PAPR is the recommended safety device for the protection of each caregiver in the room for all aerosolizing procedures. This includes all intubations, extubations, bronchoscopies or other procedures that are invasive to the airway. With COVID-19, these aerosolizing procedures pose the highest risk for Cottage clinicians. The PAPR has a fan in the helmet portion that pulls air from the room and runs it through a HEPA filter to remove more than 99 percent of airborne pathogens, thus protecting the caregiver. The design of the PAPR face shield is an intricate process as it requires a rigid plastic face shield attached to a silicone gasket under the chin to allow the shield to fit close to the head. The adhesive must hold the pieces together without perforating the protective shielding qualities of both materials. Cottage clinicians worked with a coalition of local entities to create the face shields: Eric McFarland, MD, PhD and a Chemical Engineering professor at UCSB is a former Emergency Department physician at Cottage; Matt Silva of Ventura, Implantech; and local engineer and entrepreneur Ray Karam. “This has been an amazing collaboration and we are very thankful to our partners for their dedication and hard work,” said Lisa Moore, Vice President of Clinical Services at Cottage Health. “The new face shields will allow our clinical teams to safely perform procedures using the industry’s best practices.” To date, Cottage has received 188 face shields to protect medical staff, and 800 additional face shields are expected by April 20th. Courtesy Photo

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Take Action By Sheltering In Place and Connecting to Your Community

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The not-for-profit Cottage Health is the leader in providing advanced medical care to the Central Coast region. Last year, the Cottage Health hospitals in Goleta, Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez Valley provided inpatient care for 21,000 people, treated 80,000 patients through their 24-hour emergency departments and helped deliver 2,100 newborns.

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EW YORK GOVERNOR ANDREW CUOMO is sounding like President Roosevelt when he intones, “It’s not about me, it’s about we,” at his daily morning COVID-19 press conferences. President Roosevelt most famously said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” in his first inaugural address at the beginning of the Great Depression. Roosevelt was telling us we could conquer the Great Depression if we conquered our fears and came together to fight economic collapse. We could be entering another such depression, though this downturn will probably be much shorter. The March 8.7 percent plunge in U.S. retail sales is the first major indication of the effects of the business shutdown and shelter-in-place mandates. The severest part of the oncoming recession could last only a matter of months if we listen to the health care experts and do the testing and contact tracing required to prevent a further spread of the novel coronavirus in all 50 states. But the abrupt shutdown of businesses with consumers unable to shop outside of buying necessities will cause a horrific decline in economic growth—on the order of three to six percent, according to the IMF, depending on how closely Americans follow the stay-at-home recommendations. And there are more pessimistic scenarios. For instance, if the pandemic lasts into 2021, it could reduce the level of global GDP by eight percent compared with the baseline, said Gita Gopinath, the IMF’s top economist. Retail sales sank 27 percent at auto dealers and 17 percent at gas stations, two of the biggest segments of the retail industry, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Fewer people are buying cars with millions of Americans losing their jobs and millions more worrying about their next paycheck. “Americans also drove less as an economic shutdown spread across the country, exacerbating already steep price declines caused by a global price war that has cut the cost of crude oil by two-thirds in just a few months,” said MarketWatch’s Greg Robb, commenting on the retail sales figures. It may console us a bit that the 1930s were a much different time. The Great Depression only became ‘Great’ because it lasted ten years over two successive recessions, until the beginning of World War II. This COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t have to be a repeat if we keep the necessary safeguards in place long enough to prevent successive recurrences of the pandemic. Governor Cuomo’s words could end up being historically significant in helping to inspire Americans, for they signal what Americans must conquer in order to work together and ignore political affiliations and ethnic divisions. It takes a certain kind of selflessness that many are showing in banding together to supplement the shortage of PPE masks and clothing, while states work together to supply each other with medical equipment, including scarce ventilators. Maybe this worldwide pandemic will bring us out of the Age of Narcissism, the ‘me first’ attitude that has been the byword for the fragmentation of the U.S. into blue states and red states, white vs. brown skins, and native-born vs. immigrant divisions. President Roosevelt in the 1932 speech also said, “We now realize as we have never realized before our interdependence on each other; that we can not merely take, but we must give as well; that if we are to go forward, we must move as a trained and loyal army willing to sacrifice for the good of a common discipline, because without such discipline no progress is made, no leadership becomes effective.” Simply put, we can no longer think of just ‘me’, if we want to survive this pandemic and prevent another Great Depression. Harlan Green © 2020 Follow Harlan Green on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HarlanGreen. Harlan Green has been the 16-year Editor-Publisher of PopularEconomics.com, a weekly syndicated financial wire service. He writes a Popular Economics Weekly Blog. He is an economic forecaster and teacher of real estate finance with 30-years experience as a banker and mortgage broker. To reach Harlan call (805)452-7696 or email editor@populareconomics.com

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

CHANNING PEAKE GALLERY: 105 E Anapamu • 805-568-3994.

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

COLETTE COSENTINO ATELIER + GALLERY: Fine and decorative arts • 11 W Anapamu St • By Appt • 805-570-9863.

PORTICO GALLERY: 1235 Coast Village Rd • 805-695-8850. RODEO GALLERY & LOVEWORN: 11 Anacapa St • 805-636-5611.

COMMUNITY ARTS WORKSHOP: Closed at this time • 631 Garden • 805-324-7443.

SANSUM CLINIC LOWER LEVEL: The Art of Ballet II by Malcolm Tuffnell ~ Ongoing • 317 W Pueblo St • 805-898-3070.

CORRIDAN GALLERY: Local Artists • 125 N Milpas • www.corridan-gallery.com • 805-966-7939.

SANTA BARBARA ART WORKS: Encouraging creativity for artists with disabilities • 28 E Victoria • 805-260-6705.

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DISTINCTIVE FRAMING N’ ART: 1333 State St • www.distinctiveframingnart.com • 805-882-2108.

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ELIZABETH GORDON GALLERY: Contemporary art • 15 W Gutierrez St • 805-963-1157 • www.elizabethgordongallery.com. EL PRESIDIO DE SANTA BÁRBARA: 123 E Canon Perdido • 805-965-0093. ELVERHØJ MUSEUM: 1624 Elverhøj Wy, Solvang • 805-686-1211.

SANTA BARBARA ARTS: Closed at this time • 805-884-1938. SANTA BARBARA FINE ART: 1321 State St • 805-845-4270.

MARCIA BURT T Marcia Burtt Gallery

517 Laguna Street, Santa Barbara, CA 805 962-5588 www.artlacuna.com

Low Tide, Spring, Goleta Beach, acrylic, 30x18 in., detail.

10 WEST GALLERY: Closed at this time • 805-770-7711.

FAULKNER/SB PUBLIC LIBRARY GALLERIES: Closed at this time • 805-962-7653.

ARCHITECTURAL FOUNDATION GALLERY: Meandering the Edges by Nathan Huff ~ May 6 • 229 E Victoria • Tu-Fr By Appt/Sa 1-4pm • 805-965-6307.

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LYNDA FAIRLY CARPINTERIA ARTS CENTER: Closed at this time • 805-684-7789; www.carpinteriaartscenter.org.

GALLERY 113: 1114 State St, #8 La Arcada Ct • SB Art Assn • 805-965-6611.

MARCIA BURTT STUDIO: Spring ~ May 17 • 517 Laguna St • Th-Su 1-5pm • 805-962-5588.

ART, DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM, UCSB: Closed at this time • On-line exhibitios: www.museum.ucsb.edu/exhibitions/online • 805-893-2951.

GALLERY 333: Closed at this time • 805-451-6919. GALLERY LOS OLIVOS: 2920 Grand Av • Daily 10-5pm • 805-688-7517.

MICHAELKATE INTERIORS & ART GALLERY: Contemporary Art & Interior Design • 132 Santa Barbara St • Mo-Sa 10-6pm, closed We, Su 11-5pm • 805-963-1411.

GOLETA VALLEY LIBRARY: Closed at this time • 805-964-7878.

MISA & MARTIN GALLERY: 619 State St • www.misa-artwork.com.

ARTS FUND GALLERY: Closed at this time • 805-965-7321.

GOLETA VALLEY COMMUNITY CENTER: El Corazón de Goleta mural by Barbara Eberhart • 55679 Hollister • www.thegvcc.org.

MOXI, THE WOLF MUSEUM: Closed at this time • 805-770-5000.

ATKINSON GALLERY @ SBCC: Closed at this time • 805-897-3484 • gallery.sbcc.edu.

GOOD CUP COFFEE HOUSE: 918 State Street • 805-965-5593.

BELLA ROSA GALLERIES: 1103-A State St • 805-966-1707.

GRAYSPACE GALLERY: ~ Between Ornament & Meaning • 219 Gray Av • Fr-Sa 1-5pm & By Appt • 805-689-0858.

ART FROM SCRAP GALLERY: Closed at this time • 805-884-0459. ARTISTE GALLERY: Los Olivos • 805-686-2626.

CASA DE LA GUERRA: 15 E De la Guerra St • 805-965-0093. CASA DOLORES: Otomi Dream/Sueno Otomi ~ June 30 • José Salazar’s In Sand and Oil; Bandera Ware ~ Ongoing • 1023 Bath St • Tu-Sa 12-4pm • 805-963-1032.

HOSPICE OF SB, LEIGH BLOCK GALLERY: Gratitude by Monica Bartos ~ April • 2050 Alameda Padre Serra, #100 • Mo-Fr 9-5pm, By Appt • 805-563-8820.

MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART SB: Closed at this time • 805-966-5373. MUSEUM OF VENTURA COUNTY: Closed at this time • 805-653-0323. PALM LOFT GALLERY: Poetry of the Earth: works by Kasandra Martell and Arturo Tello • 410 Palm Av, Loft A1, Carp • By Appt • 805-684-9700. PEREGRINE GALLERIES: 1133 Coast Village Rd • 805-969-9673.

INSPIRATION GALLERY OF FINE ART: 1528 State St • 805-962-6444.

GraySpace Gallery 805-689-0858

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SB HISTORICAL MUSEUM: Closed at this time • 805-966-1601.

SB MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: Closed at this time • 805-682-4711. SLINGSHOT: AN ALPHA ART FORUM: Closed at this time • 805-770-3878. SOLVANG ANTIQUES FINE ART GALLERY: 1693 Copenhagen Dr • 805-686-2322. STATE GALLERY @ YOUTH INTERACTIVE: Closed at this time • 805-617-6421. STUDIO 121: 121 Santa Barbara St • 805-722- 0635. SULLIVAN GOSS: AN AMERICAN GALLERY: Closed at this time • 805-730-1460. SYV HISTORICAL MUSEUM & CARRIAGE HOUSE: Closed at this time • 805-688-7889. UCSB LIBRARY: Closed at this time • www.library.ucsb.edu • 805-893-2478.

WATERHOUSE GALLERY: Closed at this time • 805-962-8885.

JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER SB: Closed at this time • 805-957-1115.

WILDLING MUSEUM: Inspired in Nature: Solvang School (online) • www.wildlingmuseum.org.

LA CUMBRE CENTER FOR CREATIVE ARTS: La Cumbre Plaza • lacumbrecenterforcreativearts@gmail.com LINDEN STUDIO AND GALLERY: 963 Linden Av, Carpinteria • 805-570-9195.

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SB MUSEUM OF ART: Closed at this time • online resources: https://www.sbma.net/ events/videolibrary/studiosundays • https:// www.sbma.net/learn/athome • https://www. youtube.com/watch?v=fFgz_EK8or8&t=37s • 805-963-4364.

WESTMONT RIDLEY-TREE MUSEUM OF ART: Closed at this time • 805-565-6162 • www.westmont.edu/museum.

KATHRYNE DESIGNS: 1225 Coast Village Rd, Suite A • 805-565-4700.

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SB MARITIME MUSEUM: Closed at this time • 805-962-8404.

JARDIN DE LAS GRANADAS: re[visit] 1925 by Kym Cochran & Jonathan Smith ~ Ongoing • 21 E Anapamu.

KARPELES MUSEUM & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY: Texas ~ April; Anne Baldwin, abstracts by “Hollywood” painter ~ Ongoing; John Herd, blended computer/photography prints ~ Ongoing • 21 W Anapamu • We-Su 12-4pm • 805-962-5322.

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SB BOTANIC GARDEN: Closed at this time • 805-682-4726.

VILLAGE FRAME & GALLERY: 1485 E Valley Rd #1 • 805-969-0524.

JAMES MAIN FINE ART: 19th & 20th Cent American & European Fine art & antiques ~ Ongoing • 27 E De La Guerra St • Tu-Sa 125pm • Appts Suggested • 805-962-8347.

Ruth Ellen Hoag

SANTA BARBARA TENNIS CLUB: Closed at this time • 805-682-4722.

Contemporary Sculpture by Kerry Methner 805-570-2011

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YULIYA LENNON ART STUDIO: 1213 H State St • 805-886-2655.

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

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A Virtual Delight UCSB’sArt,Design&ArchitectureMuseumtakesitsgalleriesonline duringthecoronaviruslockdown~ www.museum.ucsb.edu/exhibitions/online By Jim Logan / The UC Santa Barbara Current

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HAT DOES A WORLD-CLASS REPOSITORY OF FINE ART AND MORE THAN A MILLION ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS do when it’s forced to shut its doors? It brings its collections and exhibits to the public. UC Santa Barbara’s Art, Design & Architecture Museum, shuttered amid the coronavirus pandemic, has brought its Silvia Perea exhibitions online. “The museum has a longestablished online trajectory, but the present lockdown has given us the opportunity to think about our digital domain in a more intentional and strategic manner,” said Silvia Perea, acting director of the museum and curator of architecture and design. “Traditionally,” she added, “we have thought of our raison d’être as primarily associated with what happened in the galleries — our audiences’ visitation, engagement with exhibitions, provision of feedback, Hostile Terrain 94,onvirtualexhibitattheAD&A Museum,bearswitnesstotheplightofmigrants. participation in events. The current

situation has shifted the perception of our purpose from interacting physically to virtually. In this regard, we are imagining ways of complementing our online offerings with participatory experiences.” Visitors to the museum’s website can expect small doses of new, carefully curated content, Perea said, with a focus on quality over quantity while ensuring a diversity of offerings. “So far,” she noted, “we have transformed the exhibitions that were on view in our galleries into online portals as a means to maintain their accessibility during their respective planned cycles. These exhibitions will soon feature videos from artists represented in them. The museum has also launched two contests, “ADA in Space” for kids and “Fables in Labels” for adults. In the first, artists aged three to eleven are invited to draw what they think life on another planet would be like. The ten best — judged by a curator — will be featured in an exhibition

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REATIVITY AND HEART ARE EMERGING AS LOCALS RESPOND TO THE CHALLENGES OF THIS TIME... and artists and gallerists can be especially adept. At Silo118, Bonnie Rubenstein has pitched an online benefit as the perfect response. “I was feeling a bit helpless while all this panic was swirling around. I’m an old activist harking back to the 60s and wanted to help out in some capacity, but I’m isolated,” she recalled. “I started thinking about raising funds for an organization working to help people who have lost jobs, have no money to pay for food or rent. Then I quickly learned that some of Silo118 artists may be in that same situation, so it all clicked together in one great AHA moment - I could try to help them while raising money for important organizations. I truly have loved working on this campaign and hopefully we can do some good. I want to expand it and keep it going for as long as it is needed.” The gallery will be supporting their artists and organizations that deliver needed services and goods to affected communities, providing food, shelter, and supplies for people out of work and to health Calafia, bronze,by workers on the front lines of caring for Enrique Avilez the very sick. Artists agreed to reduce the price of their art and donate a good percentage of the sale to selected non-profits. The result is an online exhibition of beautiful works for everyone to view and that is offered to buyers to at a fraction of their usual prices. Discounts average between 30 to 60 percent. Many pieces are under $500. Gruppi, ArchivalpigmentprintonMuseoSilverRag, Limitededitionof15 by Susannah Hays Participating Artists:MichaelArmour,BrianAtchley,EnriqueAvilez,MikeBlaha, PatriciaHoughtonClarke,SophieCooper,DougDafoe,SherylDenbo,Max Gleason,SusannahHays,SolHill,MartinLapalma,KarenLehrer,Barbara Marks,CynthiaMartin,SalvatoreMatteo,GeraldPatrick,TomPazderka, MartinSherman,andRogerStevens. Participating non-profits: FeedtheChildren,Farmworkers’COVID-19 PandemicReliefFund,SingleMothersOutreach,SHIELDSforFamilies,Food NotBombs,America’sFoodFund,WorldCentralKitchen,FeedingAmerica, andGlobalCitizen. Findtheentireexhibitiononlineatwww.Silo118.com

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Common Bonds: Artist and Architects on Community is one of the AD&AMuseum’svirtualexhibits.

on the museum’s website. Wehopethatthe In the adults’ contest, artwepresent participants write a brief fictional account of a precious throughourwebsite 15th-century bronze medal by andsocialmedia reconnectsuswith Giovanni Boldu. The winner will receive a free annual ourhumancondition membership to the museum in this moment of and have his or her globalisolationand historical fiction included in the upcoming exhibition segregation. – Silvia Perea of the museum’s Morgenroth Collection, where the medal is held. Details for both contests are on the AD&AM website. In addition, Perea said, the museum is enriching the online records of its Fine Art and Architecture and Design Collections. It’s also planning the months ahead to ensure that its upcoming exhibitions and programs can be enjoyed remotely. Not surprisingly, the move to the digital realm is a work in progress, one that has museum staff working to put together future exhibitions. “Even though we have a website and a sound presence on social media, we feel we are in the infancy of what we dream of doing,” Perea explained. “By now, we are actively analyzing online visitation data, and collecting feedback from the museum’s audience and team. In this regard, we are having regular brainstorming meetings to come up with initiatives that, in responding to data analysis, can be inspiring and useful for both our audiences and the museum.” For Perea and the museum staff, taking exhibitions online is more than giving the public another distraction in challenging times. “In the long-gone past,” she said, “to curate meant to ‘heal the ailments or passions of the soul.’ If we can’t go that far, we hope that the art we present through our website and social media reconnects us with our human condition in this moment of global isolation and segregation.” “The thriving capacity that our community has demonstrated in these unexpected and challenging circumstances sets an inspiring example for all of us at the AD&A Museum,” Perea continued. “As we keep on working on our virtual interface, we welcome everyone’s comments, ideas, and feedback, and remain ‘on the line’ for anything we can PrintedwithpermissionofUCSBOfficeof assist with.”

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Martin Lapalma, Monzon, Oil, oil stick, and spray paint on canvas, 79” x 59”

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It’s a win-win! Buyer gets a fabulous piece of art while making a significant donation to a great aid organization. Participating Artists: Enrique Avilez, Brian Atchley, Michael Armour, Mike Blaha, Patricia Houghton Clarke, Sophie Cooper, Doug Dafoe, Sheryl Denbo, Max Gleason, Susannah Hays, Sol Hill, Martin Lapalma, Karen Lehrer, Barbara Marks, Cynthia Martin, Salvatore Matteo, Gerald Patrick, Tom Pazderka, Martin Sherman Organizations Your Purchase Can Support: Feed the Children, Farmworkers’ COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Fund, Single Mothers Outreach, SHIELDS for Families, Food Not Bombs, America’s Food Fund, World Central Kitchen, Feeding America, Global Citizen

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Life on the Curb

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Not business as usual...

Coffee Shops The Daily Grind 2001 De La Vina St • 805-687-4966 • www.dailygrindsb.com

Low Pigeon 401 E. Haley St • 805-2653675 • https://lowpigeon.com

Fine Dining SB Roasting Company 321 Motor Way • ww.sbcoffee.com

Andersen’s Danish Bakery 1106 State St • 805-962-5085 • https:// andersenssantabarbara.com

Ca’Dario 29 E Victoria St • 805-957-2020 • www.cadariorestaurants.com Finch & Fork 31 W. Carrillo St • https:// finchandforkrestaurant.com Holdren’s Steaks & Seafood 512 State St • 805-965-3363 • www.holdrens.com/sb Jane 1311 State St • 805-962-1311 • www.janesb.com/jane-to-gocurbside-pick-up-menu Milk & Honey 30 W Anapamu St • 805-364-2699 (TEXT) • www.milknhoneytapas.com Roy 7 W Carrillo St • 805-966-5636 Sama Sama Kitchen 1208 State St • 805-965-4566 • http://samasamakitchen.com

Quick Bites

The Habit Burger Grill 628 State St • 805-687-5006 McDonald’s 1213 State St • 805-966-6566 Subway 1021 State St • 805-564-8068 Three Pickles: 126 E. Canon Perdido St • 805-965-1015 • https://threepickles.com

Restaurants

Barbareño: 205 W Canon Perdido St • www.barbareno.com

Black Sheep 26 E. Ortega • 805-965-1113 • www.blacksheepsb.com The Blue Owl 5 W Canon Perdido St • 805-450-8260 • http://theblueowlsb.com/ Brasil Arts Cafe 1230 State St • 805-637-5355 • www.brasilartscafe.com C’est Cheese 825 Santa Barbara St • 805-965-0318 • https://cestcheese.com Cajun Kitchen Cafe 901 Chapala St • 805-689-3566 • https://cajunkitchencafe.com California Pasta 811 State St • 805-899-4030 • www.californiapastasb.com California Pizza Kitchen 719 Paseo Nuevo • 805-9624648 • www.cpk.com Chase Bar & Grill 1012 State St • 805-965-4351 • www.chaserestaurant.com Corazon Cocina 38 W. Victoria St • 805-845-0282 • https://corazoncocinasb.com Crushcakes & Café 1315 Anacapa St • 805-8958900 • www.crushcakes.com Eleven14 Crafthouse & Kitchen 1114 State St • www.1114sb.com Eureka! 601 Paseo Nuevo • 805-618-3388 • https:// eurekarestaurantgroup.com Finney’s Crafthouse & Kitchen

35 State St • 805-845-3100 • https://finneyscrafthouse. alohaorderonline.com/ Galanga Thai Restaurant 507 State St • 805-899-3199 • www.grubhub.com/restaurant/ galanga-thai-restaurant-507state-st-santa-barbara/989097 Islands Burger 3825 State St Jeannine’s 15 E Figueroa St • 805-9661717 • https://jeannines.com Kai Sushi Japanese Food 738 State St • 805-560-8777 • www.kaisushisb.com

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Take-Out & Delivery Only

Kyle’s Kitchen 791 Chapala St • 805-9628500 • www.grubhub.com/ restaurant/kyles-kitchen--chapala-791-chapala-st-santabarbara/989192 La Playa Azul 914 Santa Barbara St • 805-966-2860 • http://laplayaazulcafe.com Los Arroyos Mexican Restaurant & Take Out 14 W Figueroa St • 805-9656173 • www.losarroyos.net Mizza 1112 State St • 805-883-3935 • www.mizzasb.com Norton’s Pastrami and Deli 18 W Figueroa St • 805-9653210 • http://nortonsdeli.com Pascucci 509 State St • 805-963-8123 • https://pascuccirestaurant.com Petit Valentien 1114 State St • 805-966-0222 • www.petitvalentien.com Pickles & Swiss 811 State St • 805-730-9299 • www.picklesandswiss.com PizzaRev 12 De La Guerra Pl • 805-9626448 • https://pizzarev.com Renaud’s Patisserie & Bistro 1324 State St • 805-7573322 • https://renaudsbistro. com/pages/collections Rudy’s 138 E. Canon Perdido St • 805-845-5446 • www.rudys-mexican.com Rusty’s Pizza Parlor 111 State St • 805-564-1111 • www.rustyspizza.com Rusty’s Pizza Parlor 232 W. Carillo St • 805-5641111 • www.rustyspizza.com Savoy Cafe & Deli 24 W Figueroa St • 805-9626611 • https://savoycafe. weebly.com Scarlett Begonia 11 W Victoria St • 805-770-2143 • http://scarlettbegonia.net/web Shalhoob’s 220 Gray Ave • 805-963-7733 • https://shalhoob.com South Coast Deli 10 E Carrillo St • 805-845-4600 • https://southcoastdeli.com

State & Fig 1114 State St • 805-965-1730 • www.stateandfig.com Sushi Bar 29 1134 Chapala St • 805-965-8873 Sushi Tyme 819 State St • 805-963-9955 Uncorked Wine Tasting & Kitchen 432 E. Haley St • 805-6904590 • www.uncorkedsb.com Villa Wine Bar 618 Anacapa St • 805-4536865 • www.villawinebar.com Wabi Sabi 38 W. Victoria St • 805-770-5300 Zen Yai Thai Cuisine 425 State St • 805-957-1102 • https://zenyairestaurant.com

Smoothie/Ice Cream

Embermill 1031 State St • www.embermillsb.com

Modern Times 400 State St • www.moderntimesbeer.com

Fala Bar

Riverbench Winery 137 Anacapa St • 805-3244100 • https://riverbench.com

38 W. Victoria St • 805-770- 7702 Hook & Press Donuts 1131 State St • 805-689-6820 • www.hookandpressdonuts.com

Blenders In The Grass 720 State St • 805-962-5715 • www.drinkblenders.com

Kanaloa Seafood 715 Chapala St • 805-966-5159 • https://kanaloaseafood.com

Cold Stone Creamery 504 State St • 805-882-9128 • https://express.ordercoldstone.com

Oat Bakery 5 W. Haley St • 805-335-1628 • www.oatbakery.com

McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream 728 State St • 805-569-2323 • https://mcconnells.com

Specialty Foods Yogurtland 621 State St • 805-564-8680

805 Boba 213 Paseo Nuevo • 805-8455655 • www.805boba.com Apna Indian Cuisine 718 State St • 805-770-8479

Bibi Ji 734 State St • 805-560-6845 • https://bibijisb.com Buena Onda 1131 State St • 805-699-5672 • www.buenaondasb.com Choppa Poke 716 State St • 805-324-4536 • www.grubhub.com/restaurant/ choppa-poke-716-state-stsanta-barbara/1175176 Cubaneo 418 State St • www.cubaneosb.com The Drunken Crab 416 State St • 805-845-2986 • www.thedrunkencrab.com/ DCSantaBarbara

Tasting Rooms

Armada Beer & Wine Merchant 1129 A State St - Inside San Marcos Court • 805-770-5912 • www.armada.bar Au Bon Climat Tasting Room 813 Anacapa St • 805-8458435 • www.aubonclimat.com Draughstmen 1131 State St • 805-259-4356 • www.draughtsmenaleworks. com/mosaic-locale Folded Hills Winery 1294 Coast Village Road • 805-694-8086 • https:// foldedhills.com/ Grassini Family Vineyards 24 El Paseo • 805-897-3366 • www.grassinifamilyvineyards.com Happy Canyon Vineyard 30 El Paseo • 805-232-3549 • www.happycanyonvineyard.com Jamie Slone Wines 23 E De La Guerra St • 805-560-6555 • www.jamieslonewines.com Margerum Tasting Room 19 E. Mason St • 805-845-8435 • www.margerumwines.com

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Sanford Winery 1114 State St • 805-770-7873 • www.sanfordwinery.com/ shop-all-wines The Wine Shepherd 30 E. Ortega • 805-452-5564 • https://wineshepherdsb.com Third Window Brewing 406 E. Haley St • 805-979-5090 • www.thirdwindowbrewing.com PokeCeviche 651 Paseo Nuevo #313 Sachi Ramen & Robata Bar 721 Chapala St • 805-845-1806 • www.sachiramenbarsb.com Santa Barbara Craft Ramen 436 State St • 805-770-2170 • www.santabarbaracraftramen.com

Other

Santa Barbara Public Market 38 W Victoria St • 805-770-7702 • www.sbpublicmarket.com

Hana Kitchen 503 State St • 805-845-9039 Mosaic Locale Shop & Stroll • 1131 State St • www.mosaiclocale.com Recipes Bakery 604 Santa Barbara St • 805-965-3335 • www.recipesbakery.com Satellite Wine Bar & Cafe 1117 State St • 805-364-3043 • https://satellitesb.com Shaker Mill Bars & Clubs • 418 State St • www.shakermillsb.com


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The Power of Light Ultraviolet LEDs prove effective in eliminating coronavirus from surfaces and, potentially, air and water By Sonia Fernandez / The UC Santa Barbara Current

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S COVID-19 CONTINUES TO RAVAGE GLOBAL POPULATIONS, the world is singularly focused on finding ways to battle the novel coronavirus. That includes UC Santa Barbara’s Solid State Lighting & Energy Electronics Center (SSLEEC) and member companies. Researchers there are developing ultraviolet LEDs that have the ability to decontaminate surfaces — and potentially air and water — that have come in contact with the SARSCoV-2 virus. “One major application is in medical situations — the disinfection of personal protective equipment, surfaces, floors, within the HVAC systems, et cetera,” said materials doctoral researcher Christian Zollner, whose work centers on advancing deep ultraviolet light LED technology for sanitation and purification purposes. He added that a small market already exists for UV-C disinfection products in medical contexts. Indeed, much attention of late has turned to the power of ultraviolet light to inactivate the novel coronavirus. As a technology, ultraviolet light disinfection has been around for a while. And while practical, large-scale efficacy against the spread of SARS-CoV-2 has yet to be shown, UV light shows a lot of promise: SSLEEC member company Seoul Semiconductor in early April reported a “99.9% sterilization of coronavirus (COVID-19) in 30 seconds” with their UV LED products. Their technology currently is being adopted for automotive use, in UV LED lamps that sterilize the interior of unoccupied vehicles. It’s worth noting that not all UV wavelengths are alike. UV-A and UV-B — the types we get a lot of here on Earth courtesy of the Sun — have important uses, but the rare UV-C is the ultraviolet light of choice for purifying air and water and for inactivating microbes. These can be generated here only via man-made processes. “UV-C light in the 260 – 285 nm range most relevant for current disinfection technologies is also harmful to human skin, so for now it is mostly used in applications where no one is present at the time of disinfection,” Zollner said. In fact, the World Health Organization warns against using ultraviolet disinfection lamps to sanitize hands or other areas of the skin — even brief exposure to UV-C light can cause burns and eye damage. Before the COVID-19 pandemic gained global momentum, materials scientists at SSLEEC were already at work advancing UV-C LED technology. This area of the electromagnetic spectrum is a relatively new frontier for solid-state lighting; UV-C light is more commonly generated via mercury vapor lamps and, according to Zollner, “many technological

advances are needed for the UV LED to reach its potential in terms of efficiency, cost, reliability, and lifetime.” In a letter published in the journal ACS Photonics, the researchers reported a more elegant method for fabricating high-quality deepultraviolet (UV-C) LEDs that involves depositing a film of the semiconductor alloy aluminum gallium nitride (AlGaN) on a substrate of silicon carbide (SiC) — a departure from the more widely used sapphire substrate. According to Zollner, using silicon carbide as a substrate allows for more efficient and cost-effective growth of high-quality UV-C semiconductor material than using sapphire. This, he explained, is due to how closely the materials’ atomic structures match up. “As a general rule of thumb, the more structurally similar (in terms of atomic crystal structure) the substrate and the film are to each other, the easier it is to achieve high material quality,” he said. The better the quality, the better the LED’s efficiency and performance. Sapphire is dissimilar structurally, and producing material without flaws and misalignments often requires complicated additional steps. Silicon carbide is not a perfect match, Zollner said, but it enables a high quality without the need for costly, additional methods. In addition, silicon carbide is far less expensive than the “ideal” aluminum nitride substrate, making it more mass productionfriendly, according to Zollner. Portable, fast-acting water disinfection was among the primary applications the researchers had in mind as they were developing their UV-C LED technology; the diodes’ durability, reliability, and small form factor would be a game changer in less developed areas of the world where clean water is not available. The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has added another dimension. As the world races to find vaccines, therapies, and cures for the disease, disinfection, decontamination, and isolation are the few weapons we have to defend ourselves, and the solutions will need to be deployed worldwide. In addition to UV-C for water sanitation purposes, UV-C light could be integrated into systems that turn on when no one is present, Zollner said. “This would provide a low-cost, chemical-free, and convenient way to sanitize public, retail, personal, and medical spaces,” he said. For the moment, however, it’s a game of patience, as Zollner and colleagues wait out the pandemic. Research at UC Santa Barbara has slowed to a trickle to minimize person-to-person contact. “Our next steps, once research activities resume at UCSB, is to continue our work on improving our AlGaN/SiC platform to hopefully produce the world’s most efficient UV-C light emitters,” he said. Other research contributors include Burhan K. SaifAddin (lead author), Shuji Nakamura, Steven P. DenBaars, James S. Speck, Abdullah S. Almogbel, Bastien Bonef, Michael Iza, and Feng Wu, all from SSLEEC and/or the Department of Materials at UC Santa Barbara. Photo Courtesy of UCSB

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Cottage Carenow Is Offering Free Online Visits To The Community For COVID-19 Symptoms For the health of the community and their patients, Cottage CareNow has begun to offer free online virtual visits for individuals with COVID-19 symptoms. Individuals with COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath) or upper respiratory symptoms (sore throat, runny nose, nasal congestion), can visit www.cottagehealth.org/carenow for a free initial online diagnosis. This free online visit is for upper respiratory or COVID-19 related conditions.

Gifts and Support:

Gifts of flowers for healthcare workers currently cannot be accepted at Cottage hospitals. Digital cheer cards for patients are available at cottagehealth.org/patients-visitors/cheer-cards/ Financial contributions to the Cottage Emergency Response Fund directly support immediate and emerging needs for patient care, supplies and resources, and support of healthcare workers responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Information on this fund is at cottagehealth.org/donate/

Important request regarding deliveries to the hospital:

It is vital for the Hospitals’ care teams to remain focused on safety at their facilities. For the safety of the community and healthcare workers, the Hospital is asking community members not to come to the hospitals unless they are seeking care, or have scheduled with Hospital staff. The not-for-profit Cottage Health is the leader in providing advanced medical care to the Central Coast region. Specialties include the Cottage Children’s Medical Center, Level 1 Trauma Center, Neuroscience Institute, Heart & Vascular Center, Center for Orthopedics, and Rehabilitation Hospital. www.cottagehealth.org

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Santa Barbara’s Summer Solstice Celebration To Go Virtual

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UMMER MAGIC ON STATE STREET, the annual Summer Solstice Celebration, is going to be virtual this year, because of the COVID -19 pandemic. “To protect the health of our community due to the current public health emergency, the Santa Barbara Summer Solstice Celebration has decided to go virtual with our annual Solstice community workshop and three-day festival at Alameda Park. While we are certainly heartbroken to make this announcement, we feel it is in the best interest and welfare of our community,” shared Robin Elander, Executive Director of Summer Solstice. Solstice is in the process of planning a plethora of free and donation-based online classes and gatherings in May and June and possibly beyond. The community is invited to apply to join them in hosting these online offerings. Artists, performers, costumers, musicians, storytellers, dancers, and creative makers are invited to share your creative Solstice spirit with the community. These classes, gatherings, and virtual concerts will open up many opportunities for artists, organizations, and people, from around the world and will offer Solstice and our community new creative connections which will enhance the parade, community, and organization for many years to come. The schedule of activities is set to be announced the first week of May. “We know you hold the Solstice Parade near and dear to your hearts. Our team is exploring alternative dates to host a parade later this year, in lieu of our Summer Solstice Parade previously scheduled for June 20th, should conditions allow. We will keep you posted!” said Summer Solstice Celebration board member, Stacie Bouffard. Summer Solstice Celebration is also pleased to announce a partnership with the UCSB Museum of Art, Architecture and Design for an online Solstice “parade of history,” to showcase a sampling of the organization’s 45-year history started by Michael Gonzalez in 1976. “We can’t wait to see you at one of our online workshop gatherings,” said Artistic Director, Riccardo Morrison. “We will make the best of this challenging situation, have some fun and make new connections in the process!” For more information on Summer Solstice Celebration’s modified plans and how you can participate see the below opportunities, email soladmin@solsticeparade.com or visit www.solsticeparade.com.

Opportunities for Participation Deadline to Apply, April 24th Artists and Performers: If you’d like to teach an online class as part of the Solstice Virtual Workshop, please fill out the form at this link: https://forms.gle/iFDVJ9AVRSCQ1Gjq6 Musicians and Bands: If you are interested in streaming live music as part of our virtual festival, please fill out the form at this link: https://forms.gle/kERn84TrQwxvL1t2A Online Gathering Proposal: If you would like to host an online gathering as part of Summer Solstice’s Virtual Workshop and Festival, please fill out the form at this link: https://forms.gle/D6xwVKemDrJfat5EA Vendors, Exhibitors and Artists: If you’d like to showcase your retail business or artwork as part of our virtual vendor court, please fill out the form at this link: https://forms.gle/kXoVRscCZXhpN4eY7 Restaurants: If you’d like to showcase your restaurant as part of our virtual food court, please fill out the form at this link: https://forms.gle/9JAywDxfh2DisuAj9 Applications will be vetted on a first come first serve basis with a priority on local contributors. Sponsorship: If you would like to sponsor a class, live-stream event, or online gathering, email soladmin@solsticeparade.com. Your sponsorship will support our beloved Solstice Celebration during these dark times, and help it survive beyond the 2020 crisis. Donations: Please help the Santa Barbara Summer Solstice Celebration continue to offer artistic programming during this challenging time! A huge portion of workshop, parade, and festival funding has been lost due to COVID-19. Your support will go to pay the creative individuals who are making it all possible. Donations can be made via their website at the link below. Every little bit helps. https://solsticeparade.com/support/donate


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Saturday Stomach Ache? Use your smartphone, tablet or computer to enter your symptoms and a Cottage Health provider will respond online with a treatment plan within an hour, or it’s free. Should medication be required, prescriptions are automatically sent to your preferred pharmacy.

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Pre-Market Offering 743 E. ANAPAMU STREET $1,500,000

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Privately nestled in the coveted “Paseo Bonito,” a boutique collection of six Spanish Revival townhomes built in 2007, this luxurious, turnkey Santa Barbara jewel offers tranquility, sumptuous finishes, charming outdoor entertaining spaces, and proximity to downtown Santa Barbara. This beautiful end unit, in the most sought after location in the complex, features 2 thoughtfully appointed Bedroom Suites, main level powder room, and enchanting outdoor living spaces. The elegant foyer, reminiscent of the ambiance at Montecito’s Biltmore Hotel, opens to the thoughtfully designed Living and Dining areas and a welcoming patio designed for gracious al fresco entertaining in quintessential California style. The Living Room exudes warmth with an inviting fireplace, wood floors, recessed lighting and large windows, with effortless flow to the dining and outdoor areas for gracious entertaining. The Kitchen boasts recently upgraded marble counters, stainless appliances, and designer finishes. The Dining Room is anchored by a timeless chandelier and sweeping French doors which open to the large, private patio, as gentle sounds of the fountain waft inside to complete the idyllic setting. A private Stargazing Terrace and Rooftop Deck features a fireplace, tile pavers, and inspiring celestial views. It’s also a place catch morning sunbeams, and enjoy a croissant and coffee in the mild Santa Barbara climate. ASHLEY ANDERSON & PAUL HURST 805.618.8747 | 805.680.8216

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EMERGENCY FOOD DISTRIBUTIONS UPDATED APRIL 16 Foodbank of Santa Barbara County will distribute free groceries and fresh produce at the following locations. No documentation/registration required. Everyone is welcome. Measures have been taken to ensure the safety and cleanliness of each site. For a complete list of sites where you can receive groceries, fresh produce, or prepared meals, please visit FoodbankSBC.org.

SANTA MARIA

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

Boys & Girls Clubs of Mid Central Coast 901 N. Railroad Ave.  Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 11am-1pm Allan Hancock College 800 S. College Dr. Every Tuesday and Thursday, 11am-1pm Catholic Charities 607 W. Main St. Every Tuesday and Thursday, 12pm-2pm Elks Lodge 1309 N. Bradley Rd. Every Thursday, 10am-1pm

Coast Valley Worship Center 2548 S. Broadway Every Tuesday, 10am-11am Angel Food/Pacific Christian 1217D S. Blosser Rd. Every Saturday, 9am-12pm Salvation Army 200 W. Cook Ave. Monday-Thursday, 9:30am-11:30am St. Peter’s Episcopal Church 402 S. Lincoln St. Every Thursday, 8:30am-10am Victory Harvest Church of God 619 N. Railroad Ave. 3rd Monday, 8am-10am Calvary Chapel 2620 Santa Maria Way 3rd Saturday, 9am-10am St. John Neumann Church 966 W. Orchard St. 2nd Wednesday, 9am-10am Oasis Orcutt Senior Center 420 Soares Ave. 3rd Thursday, 9:30am-11am Evans Park  200 W. Williams St. 3rd Friday, 3pm Rancho Hermosa  235 E. Inger Dr. 1st Friday, 3pm

LOMPOC

United Boys & Girls Clubs 1025 W. Ocean Ave. Monday-Friday, 1pm-3pm Village Chapel 3915 Constellation Rd. Every Tuesday, 10:30am-1pm Last Friday of the month, 3 pm FSA Dorothy Jackson Resource Center 646 N.H St. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10am-12pm Lompoc High School 515 W. College Ave. Last Saturday of the month, 8:30am Catholic Charities 352 N. 2nd St. Monday-Friday, 10am-11:45am 12:30pm-2pm Santa Rita Village 926 W. Apricot Ave 4th Wednesday, 10:30am

LOS ALAMOS

Los Alamos Senior Center 690 Bell St. Every Saturday, 11am-1pm 2nd Wednesday, 3pm People Helping People 260 Gonzales Dr. Every other Thursday (4/23), 10am-11am

GUADALUPE

Guadalupe Senior Center 4545 10th St. Every Thursday, 1pm-3pm Beatitude House 267 Campodonico Ave. Every Tuesday, 11:30am-12:45pm Family Service Center 4681 11th St. Last Thursday of the month, 12pm Ranch Acres 1050 Escalante Dr. 4th Tuesday, 3pm

BUELLTON

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

SANTA BARBARA

Salvation Army 4849 Hollister Ave. Monday-Friday, 9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm Except Wednesday, 1pm-4pm & 5:30pm-7:30pm

United Boys & Girls Clubs 602 W. Anapamu St. Monday-Friday, 1pm-3pm Every Saturday, 10am-12pm Westside Community Center 423 W. Victoria St. Every Monday and Wednesday 1pm-3pm, Friday, 9am-11am Children’s Park (Lower Westside) 520 Wentworth Ave. 1st Tuesday, 1pm 2nd Tuesday, 1pm Franklin Community Center 1136 E. Montecito St. 3rd Tuesday, 1:30pm Every Thursday, 1pm Presidio Springs 721 Laguna St. 3rd Wednesday, 4pm-6pm Catholic Charities 609 E. Haley St. Monday-Friday, 9am-4:30pm St. George Community Church 1032 E. Mason St.  Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 2pm-4pm New Life Church 50 E. Alamar Ave. 3rd Tuesday, 1pm-2:30pm Grace Food Pantry 3869 State St.  1st, 2nd & 4th Saturday, 9am-10am Santa Barbara City College 721 Cliff Drive Every Wednesday, 2:30p-4pm Positano Apartments 11 Camino De Vida 3rd Monday, 3pm

SAN LUIS OBISPO

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

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GOLETA/ISLA VISTA

United Boys & Girls Clubs 5701 Hollister Dr. Monday-Friday, 1pm-3pm Isla Vista Youth Projects 5638 Hollister Ave., Suite 200 By Appointment ONLY Contact Ana Maya, 805-869-3303 St. George YMCA  889 Camino Del Sur Every Tuesday, 10am-12pm Good Shepherd Pantry 380 N. Fairview Ave. 1st Saturday, 9am Goleta Valley Church 595 N. Fairview Ave. 3rd Saturday, 8am-10am Sandpiper Apartments 375 Ellwood Beach Dr. 1st Thursday, 9am UCSB 2837 UCEN Every Wednesday and Friday 10am-3pm

CARPINTERIA

Carpinteria Children's Project 5201 8th St. April 15 & 22 only, 4:30pm-5:30pm Co-hosted by United Boys & Girls Clubs

SOLVANG/SANTA YNEZ

People Helping People Old Mission Santa Inés, 1760 Mission Dr. Every Tuesday, 12pm-2pm Every other Thursday (4/23), 12pm-1pm Bethania Lutheran Church 603 Atterdag Rd. Every Tuesday, 4pm-6pm Golden Inn Village Family 890 Refugio Rd. 4th Monday, 2:30pm-4pm

NIPOMO

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

NEW CUYAMA

Richardson Park 3rd Wednesday, 12pm


April 17, 2020

DISTRIBUCIONES DE ALIMENTOS DE EMERGENCIA

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

SANTA MARIA

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

Boys & Girls Clubs of Mid Central Coast 901 N. Railroad Ave.  Cada lunes, miércoles y viernes, 11am-1pm Allan Hancock College 800 S. College Dr. Cada martes y jueves, 11am-1pm Catholic Charities 607 W. Main St. Cada martes y jueves, 12pm-2pm Elks Lodge 1309 N. Bradley Rd. Cada jueves, 10am-1pm

Coast Valley Worship Center 2548 S. Broadway Cada martes, 10am-11am Angel Food/Pacific Christian 1217D S. Blosser Rd. Cada sábado, 9am-12pm Salvation Army 200 W. Cook Ave. De lunes a jueves, 9:30am-11:30am St. Peter’s Episcopal Church 402 S. Lincoln St. Cada jueves, 8:30am-10am Victory Harvest Church of God 619 N. Railroad Ave. 3er lunes, 8am-10am Calvary Chapel 2620 Santa Maria Way 3er sábado, 9am-10am St. John Neumann Church 966 W. Orchard St. 2do miércoles, 9am-10am Oasis Orcutt Senior Center 420 Soares Ave. 3er jueves, 9:30am-11am Evans Park  200 W. Williams St. 3er viernes, 3pm Rancho Hermosa  235 E. Inger Dr. 1er viernes, 3pm

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LOMPOC

United Boys & Girls Clubs 1025 W. Ocean Ave. De lunes a viernes, 1pm-3pm Village Chapel 3915 Constellation Rd. Cada martes, 10:30am-1pm El último viernes de cada mes, 3pm FSA Dorothy Jackson Resource Center 646 N.H St. Cada lunes, miércoles y viernes, 10am-12pm Lompoc High School 515 W. College Ave. El último sábado de cada mes, 8:30am Catholic Charities 352 N. 2nd St. De lunes a viernes, 10am-11:45am 12:30pm-2pm Santa Rita Village 926 W. Apricot Ave 4to miércoles, 10:30am

LOS ALAMOS

Los Alamos Senior Center 690 Bell St. Cada sábado, 11am-1pm 2do miércoles, 3pm People Helping People 260 Gonzales Dr. Cada dos jueves, 10am-11am (Abril 23)

GUADALUPE Guadalupe Senior Center

4545 10th St. Cada jueves, 1pm-3pm Beatitude House 267 Campodonico Ave. Cada martes, 11:30am-12:45pm Family Service Center 4681 11th St. El último jueves de cada mes, 12pm Ranch Acres 1050 Escalante Dr. 4to martes, 3pm

BUELLTON

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

SANTA BARBARA

Salvation Army 4849 Hollister Ave. De lunes a viernes, 9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm Excepto el miércoles, 1pm-4pm & 5:30pm-7:30pm

United Boys & Girls Clubs 602 W. Anapamu St. De lunes a viernes, 1pm-3pm Cada sábado, 10am-12pm Westside Community Center 423 W. Victoria St. Cada lunes y miércoles 1pm-3pm, viernes, 9am-11am Children’s Park (Lower Westside) 520 Wentworth Ave. 1er martes, 1pm 2do martes, 1pm Franklin Community Center 1136 E. Montecito St. 3er martes, 1:30pm Cada jueves, 1pm Presidio Springs 721 Laguna St. 3er miércoles, 4pm-6pm Catholic Charities 609 E. Haley St. De lunes a viernes, 9am-4:30pm St. George Community Church 1032 E. Mason St.  Cada lunes, miércoles y viernes 2pm-4pm New Life Church 50 E. Alamar Ave. 3er martes, 1pm-2:30pm Grace Food Pantry 3869 State St.  1er, 2do y 4to sábado, 9am-10am Santa Barbara City College 721 Cliff Drive Cada miércoles, 2:30p-4pm Positano Apartments 11 Camino De Vida 3er lunes, 3pm

SAN LUIS OBISPO St. Patrick’s Church

501 Fair Oaks Ave. De martes a jueves, 4pm-5pm

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United Boys & Girls Clubs 5701 Hollister Dr. De lunes a viernes, 1pm-3pm Isla Vista Youth Projects 5638 Hollister Ave., Suite 200 SOLO por cita, contáctese Ana Maya, 805-869-3303 St. George YMCA  889 Camino Del Sur Cada martes, 10am-12pm Good Shepherd Pantry 380 N. Fairview Ave. 1er sábado, 9am Goleta Valley Church 595 N. Fairview Ave. 3er sábado, 8am-10am Sandpiper Apartments 375 Ellwood Beach Dr. 1er jueves, 9am

UCSB 2837 UCEN Cada miércoles y viernes, 10am-3pm

CARPINTERIA Carpinteria Children's Project

5201 8th St. Solo Abril 15 y 22, 4:30pm-5:30pm Co-patrocinado por United Boys & Girls Clubs

SOLVANG/SANTA YNEZ

People Helping People Old Mission Santa Inés, 1760 Mission Dr. Cada martes, 12pm-2pm Cada dos jueves, 12pm-1pm (Abril 23) Bethania Lutheran Church 603 Atterdag Rd. Cada martes, 4pm-6pm Golden Inn Village Family 890 Refugio Rd. 4to lunes, 2:30pm-4pm

NIPOMO Nipomo Food Basket

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

NEW CUYAMA

Richardson Park 3er miércoles, 12pm

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VOICE Magazine: April 17, 2020  

Crisp salt air, blue skies, and mountain tops flirting in the mist are just the beginning notes in a melody celebrating life in Santa Barbar...

VOICE Magazine: April 17, 2020  

Crisp salt air, blue skies, and mountain tops flirting in the mist are just the beginning notes in a melody celebrating life in Santa Barbar...