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AKA: CASA Magazine Friday, May 15, 2020

A gallery to yourself (of course with the owner)

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Birds

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The Santa Barbara Police Department will hold a virtual memorial service 10

Amazon by Angela Perko

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Free Bird Drawing Lesson on Zoom with John Muir Laws

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Sigrid Toye interviews Hiroko Benko owner of the Condor Express 6

Memorial Day Special to Honor Those Who Have Died Serving Our Country on KEYT-TV Channel 3 Presented by Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation

Safety

The Bucket Brigade is making face shields with Marco Farrell’s 3-D printer

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Community News. . . . . . . . . . . . 4 , 1 8 , 2 3 Sigrid Toye: Harbor Voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 The Ticket: A SB Calendar. . . . . . . 10, 11, 20 Harlan Green: Economic VOICE. . . . . . 12 Community Market. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 SBAOR President Staci Caplan. . . . . . . . 1 3 Galleries & Art Venues. . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 15 Visit www.VoiceSB.com for additional coverage including: A Sea Change. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Jerry Roberts: Newsmakers Interview. . . . 1 8 Take-Out. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Foodbank Distribution Sites. . . . . . . . 24, 25

Movie Theatres are Closed

Cover Photo Courtesy of www.PCVF.org

The Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation will receive a Montecito Bank & Trust Anniversary Grant 11

In This Issue

Photo courtesy of Marco Farrell

Richard and Amanda Payatt roundup Take-Out Specials digital edition page 27

Grants

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Memorial Day Ceremony on KEYT-TV

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Fundación de Veteranos Pierre Claeyssens

Honrando a aquellos que han muerto sirviendo a nuestro país con una transmisión especial del Día Conmemorativo en KEYT-TV

Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation

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N AN UPLIFTING, UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, the Santa Barbara community and those beyond will be able to gather at home, tune in, and remember soldiers who died in the service of our country, all while maintaining social distancing measures thanks to KEYT-TV, the local ABC affiliate. This year, as in years past, Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation (PCVF) will present the 2020 Memorial Day community event. KEYT-TV will then air it at 4pm on Monday, May 25th. What’s special about this year’s program is that residents in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties have an opportunity to gather together remotely to view a televised broadcast in the safety and comfort of their own homes. PCVF felt that it was important to find a way to continue the Memorial Day event to honor those who have died serving our country and to demonstrate America’s resilience by prevailing over the adversity caused by COVID-19 – an invisible enemy, according to PCVF Co-Founder Lt. John Blankenship (USN former), who noted, “with the support of the KEYT production team, our organization found a way to transition our once live programming to a televised and digital format. In fact, now more people can join together, but safely apart, to remember those in uniform who have passed before us.” The Foundation added, “As the war against COVID-19 is waged, causing us to make major changes to our way of life, it is important to continue time honored traditions that give us purpose, along with a sense of normalcy. While we’ve temporarily given up certain freedoms in order to protect our health and that of others, we mustn’t forget those who made the ultimate sacrifice with their lives during times our country was engaged in war on foreign soil.” The line-up slated for the PCVF Memorial Day broadcast includes a traditional bagpipe processional taking place at the Santa Barbara Cemetery. PCVF Board Chairman Col. Philip J. Conran (USAF, ret.) will give the opening statement. Conran is a 30 year veteran with a highly decorated career, having been awarded the Air Force Cross – the highest award the Air Force can give. Prior to that, he received a Purple Heart, the Airman’s Medal, four Distinguished Flying Crosses for actions in Vietnam, and the Legion of Merit medal. Lt. Col. Patricia Rumpza (USAF, ret.) will lead the Pledge of Allegiance; David Gonzales will lend his beautiful voice to sing the National Anthem; LTC Jack Armstrong, U.S. Army (ret.) will deliver the invocation; which will be followed by a choir singing Shenandoah. Anthony J. Mastalir, Commander, 30th Space Wing and Western Launch and Test Range, Vandenberg Air Force Base will be the main speaker. The program also includes words from Brig. General Fred Lopez, who has served more than 30 years of active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps and Reserve and was awarded the Navy Distinguished Service medal. There will be an address by Blankenship on the work of service members involved If you miss the broadcast, on the frontlines of fighting the COVID-19 the community can also pandemic. watch the program after the The event will conclude with a solo bugle broadcast, once it’s posted to the performance of Taps and a “Missing Man” flyFoundation’s website. over formation. www.pcvf.org This event’s important work underscores If you would like to ensure our the mission of the Pierre Claeyssens Veterans local veterans are honored and Foundation, which is based on the words of supported during patriotic its founder, Pierre Claeyssens, “To be killed in events during the year, you can war is not the worst that can happen. To be make a tax-deductible donation lost is not the worst that can happen… to be by visiting the organization’s forgotten is the worst.” website. www.pcvf.org

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Honoring Those who Have Died Serving our Country with a Memorial Day Special Broadcast on KEYT-TV

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Sintonízate el lunes, 25 de mayo de 2020 a las 4pm

N UNA OPORTUNIDAD ÚNICA Y ESTIMULANTE DURANTE LA PANDEMIA DE COVID-19, la comunidad de Santa Bárbara y los demás podrán reunirse en casa, sintonizar y recordar a los soldados que murieron en el servicio de nuestro país, todo mientras mantienen medidas de distanciamiento social gracias a KEYT-TV, el afiliado local de ABC. Este año, como en años anteriores, la Fundación de Veteranos Pierre Claeyssens (PCVF, por sus siglas en inglés) presentará el evento comunitario Día Conmemorativo 2020. KEYT-TV lo transmitirá a las 4pm el lunes, 25 de mayo. Lo especial del programa de este año es que los residentes de los condados de Santa Bárbara y Ventura tendrán la oportunidad de reunirse de forma remota para ver una transmisión televisada en la seguridad y comodidad de sus propios hogares. PCVF sintió que era importante encontrar una manera de continuar el evento del Día Conmemorativo para honrar a los que han muerto sirviendo a nuestro país y demostrar la resistencia de los Estados Unidos al prevalecer sobre la adversidad causada por COVID-19 – un enemigo invisible, según el cofundador del PCVF, teniente John Blankenship (USN anterior), quien señaló, “con el apoyo del equipo de producción de KEYT, nuestra organización encontró una manera de hacer la transición de nuestra programación en vivo a un formato televisado y digital. De hecho, ahora más personas pueden unirse, pero separadas de manera segura, para recordar a los uniformados que han fallecido.” La Fundación agregó: “A medida que continua la guerra contra COVID-19, lo que hace que hagamos cambios importantes en nuestra forma de vida, es importante para continuar tradiciones honradas por el tiempo que nos dan un propósito, junto con un sentido de normalidad. Si bien hemos renunciado temporalmente a ciertas libertades para proteger nuestra salud y la de los demás, no debemos olvidar a aquellos que hicieron el último sacrificio con sus vidas durante los tiempos en que nuestro país estuvo en guerra en tierras extranjeras.” La programación para la transmisión del Día Conmemorativo de PCVF incluye una procesión de gaita tradicional que se llevará a cabo en el cementerio de Santa Bárbara. El Presidente de la Junta de PCVF, el Coronel Philip J. Conran (USAF, ret.) dará la declaración de apertura. Conran es un veterano de 30 años con una carrera altamente condecorada, ya que recibió la Cruz de la Fuerza Aérea, el premio más alto que puede otorgar la Fuerza Aérea. Antes de eso, recibió un Corazón Púrpura, la Medalla del Aviador, cuatro Cruces Voladoras Distinguidas por sus acciones en Vietnam y la Medalla de la Legión del Mérito. La Teniente Coronel Patricia Rumpza (USAF, ret.) liderará el Juramento a la Bandera; David Gonzales prestará su hermosa voz para cantar el Himno Nacional; LTC Jack Armstrong, Ejército de los EE. UU. (ret.) entregará la invocación; que será seguido por un coro cantando Shenandoah. Anthony J. Mastalir, Comandante, 30o Ala Espacial y Lanzamiento Occidental y Rango de Prueba, Vandenberg Air Force Base será el orador principal. El programa también incluye palabras del General de Brigada Fred López, que ha cumplido más de 30 años de servicio activo en el Cuerpo de Marina y la Reserva de los EE. UU. y recibió la medalla del Servicio Distinguido de la Marina. Habrá un discurso por Blankenship sobre el trabajo de los miembros del servicio involucrados en la primera línea de la lucha contra la pandemia COVID-19. El evento concluirá con una ejecución de cornetas en solitario de Taps y una formación de sobrevuelo de “Hombre desaparecido.” El trabajo importante de este evento subraya la misión de la Fundación de Veteranos Pierre Claeyssens, que se basa en las palabras de su fundador, Pierre Claeyssens: “Ser asesinado en la guerra no es lo peor que puede pasar. Perderse no es lo peor que puede pasar... ser olvidado es lo peor.” Si te pierdes la transmisión, la comunidad también puede ver el programa después de la transmisión, una vez que se publique en el sitio web de la Fundación en www.pcvf.org. Si deseas asegurarte de que nuestros veteranos locales sean honrados y apoyados durante los eventos patrióticos durante el año, puedes hacer una donación deducible de impuestos visitando el sitio web de la organización: www.pcvf.org


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By Mark Whitehurst, PhD / VOICE

HAT STARTED AS TAKING THE TIME TO FIX A 3D PRINTER, Marco Farrell turned into an amazing community project with the Santa Barbara Bucket Brigade. The Bucket Brigade, which has been a boon to the community following the twin disasters in Montecito, has several initiatives in the works to assist with the COVID-19 health crisis and one of them is creating 3D printed personal protection equipment including face shields and ear savers. “We have over 2,500 face shields assembled and they have just wrapped up their quarantine. To minimize the risk, we sanitize, then assemble and box them. At that point we wait three days so that any potential risk of CV living on anything is as low as possible. The County has given us direction on how to prioritize distribution, which will start in earnest on Monday,” commented Marco Farrell, who began this project at home. The program now has 38 people at work. “We have several makers with multiple 3D printers pumping out lots of visors,” continued Farrell. "Another coming on board this week has written a special program to kick off the finished prints and restart without someone having to be there and do it! We will soon be able to 3D print several hundred pieces per day and that will grow quickly as everyone ramps up to speed.” Besides the 3D project, the Bucket Brigade has a face mask sewing program involving more than

Marco Farrell and Firefighter John Ford

Stacy McCrory, Abe Powell, Paul Hixenbaugh, Andrea Pighetti, and Mascot Dog Hazel

280 people who have made nearly 10,000 cloth face masks. So far, hundreds of shields and thousands of masks have been distributed. They have gone to the Santa Barbara County Fire Dept., the Montecito Fire Dept., the Santa Barbara County Jail, Vons, Trader Joes, and other essential businesses. Some of the PPE has been distributed to dentist offices and medical offices from Sheriff Jaun Camarena and Marco Farrell Casa Dorinda to Sansum, as well as other smaller clinics and places of work. All these masks, shields, and other PPE are given away to first responders, medical and essential workers, and others in need for free. The Bucket Brigade is funded through donations from the public and volunteers. To volunteer or make a donation, visit: www.SBBucketBrigade.org

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NCE AGAIN THE FOG ROLLED IN bringing in a subdued atmosphere along with it to the waterfront. Beaches were almost empty and very few people wandered about – most wearing protective masks! What a change a few days can make… It must be that the weather is as uncertain as the rest of us. Crazy, huh? A stroll down to visit my friend Hiroko Benko owner of the Condor Express – Santa Barbara’s famed whale watching and party boat – seemed to push the veil of fog back to reveal a clear blue sky. Although her business is located on the water (as opposed to State Street), she shares all the concerns and challenges many small and large businesses are facing in Santa Barbara and throughout the country. During this curious time of COVID-19 quarantines and social distancing, how does one keep ‘afloat’ and plan for the future? Such uncertain times... Fortunately, Hiroko was willing to share how she is managing and what she hopes to plan once a word from the governor’s office allows the Condor Express to be open for business once again. “The boat has been confined to its slip, unable to host passengers, since the beginning of March,” Benko explained. She laughingly added that when the crew takes it out of the harbor to maintain the engines, dolphins and whales can be seen everywhere in the Channel... but only seen by the small crew, not the 127 happy passengers that normally hang over the sides with their cell phone cameras to capture these awesome sights. “My loyal crew of twelve are still with me and are still on the payroll taking care of things aboard as we wait – and hope – to be back in business soon,” Benko shared. “I don’t know what I’d do Hiroko Benko – masked and unmasked! without them!” An interesting element to add to the story is that by the year 2022, the State of California is requiring a mandated engine upgrade for environmental purposes to be installed in boats the size of the Condor Express. Although the present engines are in perfect condition, four new engines had to be ordered to meet for 2022 standards. “Regardless of the COVID-19 virus, I am glad that I pursued the whole process for installation of the new engines and am grateful that the State has helped us in funding the process,” Benko emphasized emphatically envisioning the future of the boat and the environment on both land and sea. “Things will change after we are allowed to return to business, there’s no question about that,” Benko admitted. “There will be a new normal for everyone and I’m taking this quiet time to develop how this will look for us.” Previously the Condor Express could accommodate 127 passengers, but with the six feet social distancing mandate and for everyone’s safety, only 30 passengers with masks, or about 25 percent of the normal load can

be allowed on board. “Most of our activities are normally on deck and we plan to keep the passengers outside, avoiding the interior spaces as much as is possible,” she added. “Any food will be prepared onboard by our own crew … of course, with masks and gloves.” Sanitation throughout the boat will be a top priority and fortunately, with so few passengers, the crew can take care of that continually throughout the entire voyage. Also included in Benko’s plans will be the popular performance cruises she usually schedules for the summer months. In July it will be the exciting Broadway Cruise, followed by the Hawaiian Cruise in August. The final summer cruise (my favorite!) will be the Opera Cruise as the season draws to a close. “I’m hoping for the best,” she mused, “and I know, like so many others in town, that this difficult period will pass.” In the meantime, she’s made special masks by hand for her entire crew, herself, and some of her friends. And one for me too! I don’t know about you, but I’m planning to be one of the first to reserve a seat on the Condor Express for that Opera Cruise wearing my extra special Benko designed mask!

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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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Hospice of Santa Barbara’s “Coping with COVID-19” Series

Developing Good Habits to Stay Healthy in Isolation Can Last A Lifetime

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By Lee Weiser, PhD, Hospice of Santa Barbara Bereavement Counselor

HELTERING IN PLACE CAN BE ESPECIALLY DIFFICULT if you are marooned away from home, but there are ways you can take care of yourself that strengthen your mental health to help you avoid feelings of isolation, anxiety, and boredom. Sometimes it is the simple things that keep us grounded.

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Reach out: Research shows that it can be stressful to be separated from loved ones. Even wearing a facemask can contribute to feelings of social isolation. Everyone needs social contact, so finding ways to connect with others is essential. To avoid feelings of isolation use social media. Text, call, email, or use video platforms to reach out to friends and family often. Reconnect with people you haven’t been in touch with recently. You don’t need a reason to make the call. Caring is enough. Offer emotional support to others. Volunteer to help a neighbor, or for a group that delivers groceries, or does errands for immune-compromised people. Take care of your body: Does your community mandate prohibit going outside? If not, take advantage of fresh air and the restorative properties that nature offers by taking a brisk walk. Just 30 minutes, done regularly, can make a big difference. Exercise is an evidencebased way to release stress, increase relaxation, and enhance your mood. If you are housebound, there are plenty of ways you can keep moving and ensure that indoor exercise is a part of your daily routine. Put on your favorite music and dance. Mix

it up. With the help of videos you don’t need a personal trainer to get up and move. There is a huge variety of exercise videos on YouTube for every fitness level. Exercise has a positive impact on sleep as well as mood. Sleep is beneficial during stressful times and aids in keeping your mind and body healthy. Try to eat healthy, wellbalanced meals and avoid alcohol and drugs. Take care of your mental health: Psychological distress is common both during and following a period of quarantine. However, you can take steps to protect your mental health and well-being. While it is important to have information from reliable sources, take breaks from the news, and take your mind off personal worries by listing some things you would like to accomplish. Take time to unwind. Read your favorite poem. Spend time cultivating positive emotions, like love and gratitude. Gratitude can help reduce anxiety and depression. Once a day, make a mental list of the things for which you are grateful. Find new projects to work on that can give you a sense of purpose and fulfillment. Learn something new. Research shows that the birth of new neurons in the adult brain helps rein in the activity of stress-responsive cells. This, in turn, reduces stress-induced anxiety. While the quarantine may be temporary, the coping skills you use during this period of isolation are the same ones that will be useful after the pandemic passes. Good health habits and good connections with other people help us overcome the daily obstacles we face and make life’s difficult times easier to bear. www.hospiceofsantabarbara.org


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Summer Camps: Nature Adventures at Home

As the stay at home order and social distancing continue, the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History has decided to transform their Nature Adventures summer camps into a fun, engaging at-home version. They will be running these five-day camps from June 22nd to July 10th for ages four to nine, and if popular, they plan to continue them throughout the summer. There are three camps to choose from each week and they will be a combination of Zoom sessions with trained counselors and activities that can be done at home with some supervision. To register ($225 Members, $250 Non-Members) visit https://camps.sbnature.org/

Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation Memorial Day Special Broadcast on KEYT-TV

This year, as in years past, Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation will present the 2020 Memorial Day community event to honor those who have died serving our country. KEYT-TV will then air it at 4pm on Monday, May 25th. Santa Barbara and Ventura counties will have an opportunity to gather together remotely to view the televised broadcast in the safety and comfort of their own homes. Read more on page 2 or visit www.pcvf.org

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Join ETC for readings of 14 ten-minute plays from the minds of 14 imaginative Santa Barbara students. Presented online over a two-day period, from Saturday, May 16th and Sunday, May 17th, the festival of ten-minute plays will feature a lineup of actors bringing to life the words of local emerging voices of the American theater. The festival begins at 1pm on both days. This is an online event free and open to the public. Register in advance to receive access the Zoom link. For Saturday: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfx bvwxxqbmsaa6fGFCgtXQ32EdjJlncpA463PO8jsI6sHs4A/viewform For Sunday: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSftrK k22cMz7Wsh3TzNlPmC2kT9EBmowwdfk8nXcbSQnbtosw/viewform

Featured playwrights include: Gaby Crisa, Isaiah Myers, Jack Forgea, Emerson Steady, Ben Naftali, Liza Borghesani, Daisy Finefrock, Hope Giorgi, Angel Rodriguez, Denisse Navarrete, Nico Crawford, Benjamin Paris, Kai Yakushko, and Neve Greenwald.

Architectural Foundation of SB Talk

The Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara will welcome back art historian, Allan Langdale for a talk called At the Edge of Empire: The Ancient Roman Temple Complex at Baalbek, Lebanon. The talk will be held via Zoom on Thursday, May 28th, from 7 to 8pm. For details and a direct link visit https://afsb.org

Santa Barbara Police Department to Hold Virtual Memorial Service Free Bird Drawing Lessons with John Muir Laws Due to the current pandemic, the SB Police Department will live stream a 15-minute memorial service to honor all fallen peace officers on Friday, May 15th at 9am. Viewers can watch the event in real time or view the recording in its entirety via the Department’s Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/SantaBarbaraPolice/

The service will adhere to the California Governor’s social distancing orders to protect the health and well-being of ceremony personnel.

Learn how to capture the form and feeling of garden birds with fast and efficient lines. The National Audubon Society has partnered with naturalist, artist, and educator John Muir Laws to offer a class series covering the fundamentals of drawing birds. Classes will take place over Zoom Webinars on Thursdays (May 21st and 28th) from 9 to 11am. After each class, participants will have access to the class recordings to replay at any time. No prior experience drawing is required! All you need is internet access, a writing implement, some paper, and the desire to learn. Register at https://audubon.zoom.us/webinar/register/ WN_dX-fx03lTCaVIcj4YR43WA

Genevieve Gaignard Online Workshops

Learn how to draw garden birds with John Muir Laws on Thursdays (May 21st and 28th) from 9 to 11am via Zoom classes. Aprenda a dibujar pájaros de jardín con John Muir Laws los jueves (21 y 28 de mayo) de 9 a 11am a través de las clases de Zoom.

Join the Museum of Contemporary Art SB for a series of online workshops with artist Genevieve Gaignard. As the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) Artist’s Laboratory Artist in Residence, Gaignard will discuss her origin story, her artistic practice, and how she has navigated the Los Angeles art scene. This series is free and open to the public. The first workshop took place Wednesday, May 13th and will continue on Wednesday, May 20th and 27th from 5 to 6:30pm. There will be an opportunity to interact, so please prepare questions. To register email Veronica Preciado, veronica.preciado@mcla.edu.

Bugs, Bees and Butterflies, will be one of the virtual summer camp sessions for children ages four to nine provided by the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Visit the website to register https://camps.sbnature.org Bichos, abejas y mariposas, será una de las sesiones virtuales de campamento de verano para niños de cuatro a nueve años que ofrece el Museo de Historia Natural de Santa Bárbara. Visita la pagina web para registrarte https://camps.sbnature.org

Virtual MB&T Anniversary Grants Reception

Montecito Bank & Trust invites the community to join them for the very first virtual celebration of their Annual Anniversary Grants program. The annual event was postponed due to COVID-19 and reimagined into a virtual celebration that will go live at 2:30pm on Tuesday, May 19th! Pull up a comfortable chair and help them celebrate the wonderful work this year’s recipients do across Central Coast communities! If you miss the live transmission, revisit the page at any time to watch it and share with friends and colleagues.

www.Montecito.bank/anniversarygrants

Celebrate Endangered Species Day

On Endangered Species Day (May 15th), you are invited to celebrate California’s endangered birds and discover how you can help protect them. Speakers from all over the State of California will present on the history of endangered species protection and the stories of the endangered California Gnatcatcher and Western Snowy Plover during a free webinar on Friday, May 15th, at 10am. To register visit https://audubon.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bjaUUvbARuPLep9Lo6ClQ

Propertytech: The Peril & The Promise

Tech has revolutionized the real estate, building, and construction industries and is now pervasive in this space. This webinar, scheduled for Wednesday, May 20th, from 5 to 7:30pm, will explore cutting edge technologies in real estate design, planning, construction and property management with examples of both the “promise” of the industry and the “peril.” A panel will share their knowledge of emerging trends and new technologies and discuss their impact on our future. To register ($10 Students, $20 General) visit https://mitcentralcoast.org/proptech/

Upon registering, you will receive a personalized link to watch and participate from the comfort of your home or office computer.

SB Women’s Political Committee Run Like A Woman Free Webinar

Thinking about running for office in 2020? An informational webinar on what you need to make a decision and take the next steps. Get your questions answered and learn how COVID-19 and social distancing are changing campaigning on Wednesday May 27th from 7 to 8:15pm. Must register by May 20th at

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A medida que continúa el orden de permanecer en el hogar y el distanciamiento social, el Museo de Historia Natural de Santa Bárbara ha decidido transformar sus campamentos de verano de Aventuras en la naturaleza en una versión divertida y atractiva en el hogar. El museo dirigirá estos campamentos de cinco días del 22 de junio al 10 de julio para edades de cuatro a nueve, y si son populares, planean continuarlos durante todo el verano. Hay tres campamentos para elegir cada semana y serán una combinación de sesiones de Zoom con consejeros capacitados y actividades que se pueden realizar en casa con cierta supervisión. Para registrarse ($225 Miembros, $250 No Miembros) visita https://camps.sbnature.org/

Transmisión especial de Día Conmemorativo de la Fundación de Veteranos Pierre Claeyssens en KEYT-TV

Este año, como en años anteriores, la Fundación de Veteranos Pierre Claeyssens presentará el evento comunitario del Día Conmemorativo del 2020 para honrar a aquellos que han muerto sirviendo a nuestro país. KEYTTV lo transmitirá a las 4pm el lunes, 25 de mayo. Los condados de Santa Bárbara y Ventura tendrán la oportunidad de reunirse de forma remota para ver la transmisión televisada en la seguridad y comodidad de sus propios hogares. Lee más en la página 2 o visita www.pcvf.org

El Departamento de Policía de Santa Bárbara realizará un servicio conmemorativo virtual

Conversación de la Fundación Arquitectónica de SB

La Fundación Arquitectónica de Santa Bárbara dará la bienvenida al historiador de arte, Allan Langdale, para una conversación llamada Al borde del imperio: el antiguo complejo del templo romano en Baalbek, Líbano. La conversación se llevará a cabo a través de Zoom el jueves, 28 de mayo, de 7 a 8pm. Para más detalles y un enlace directo visita https://afsb.org

Lecciones gratuitas de dibujo de pájaros con John Muir Laws

Aprender a capturar la forma y la sensación de pájaros de jardín con líneas rápidas y eficientes. La Sociedad Nacional Audubon se ha asociado con el naturalista, artista y educador John Muir Laws para ofrecer una serie de clases que cubre los fundamentos del dibujo de pájaros. Las clases se llevarán a cabo durante los seminarios web de Zoom los jueves (21 y 28 de mayo) de 9 a 11am. Después de cada clase, los participantes tendrán acceso a las grabaciones de la clase para volver a ver la grabación en cualquier momento. ¡No se requiere experiencia previa en dibujo! Todo lo que se necesita es acceso a internet, un instrumento de escritura, algo de papel y el deseo de aprender. Regístrate en https://audubon.

The Santa Barbara Police Department will live stream a 15-minute memorial service to honor all fallen peace officers on Friday, May 15th at 9am. El Departamento de Policía de Santa Bárbara transmitirá en vivo un servicio conmemorativo de 15 minutos para honrar a todos los oficiales de paz que han fallecido el viernes, 15 de mayo a las 9am.

Debido a la pandemia actual, el Departamento de Policía de SB transmitirá en vivo un servicio conmemorativo de 15 minutos el viernes, 15 de mayo a las 9am para honrar a todos los oficiales de paz que han fallecido. Los espectadores pueden ver el evento en tiempo real o ver la grabación en su totalidad a través de la página de Facebook del Departamento: www.facebook.com/SantaBarbaraPolice/ El servicio se adherirá a las órdenes de distanciamiento social del gobernador de California para proteger la salud y el bienestar del personal de la ceremonia.

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Talleres en línea con Genevieve Gaignard

Únete al Museo de Arte Contemporáneo SB para una serie de talleres en línea con la artista Genevieve Gaignard. Como artista en residencia de los artistas de laboratorio del Colegio de Artes Liberales de Massachusetts, Gaignard discutirá su historia de origen, su práctica artística y cómo ha navegado por la escena artística de Los Ángeles. Esta serie es gratuita y abierta al público. El primer taller tuvo lugar el miércoles, 13 de mayo y continuará el miércoles, 20 y 27 de mayo de 5 a 6:30pm. Habrá una oportunidad para interactuar, así que prepara preguntas. Para registrarte envía un correo electrónico a Veronica Preciado,

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Festival de jóvenes dramaturgos de Ensemble Theatre Company

Únete a ETC para las lecturas de 14 obras de diez minutos de las mentes de 14 estudiantes imaginativos de Santa Bárbara. Presentado en línea durante un período de dos días, desde el sábado, 16 de mayo hasta el domingo, 17 de mayo, el festival de obras de diez minutos contará con una serie de actores que darán vida a las voces locales emergentes del teatro estadounidense. El festival comienza a las 1pm en ambos días. Este es un evento en línea gratuito y abierto al público. Regístrate con anticipación para recibir acceso al enlace de Zoom. Para el sábado: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLS

Los dramaturgos destacados incluyen: Gaby Crisa, Isaiah Myers, Jack Forgea, Emerson Steady, Ben Naftali, Liza Borghesani, Daisy Finefrock, Hope Giorgi, Angel Rodriguez, Denisse Navarrete, Nico Crawford, Benjamin Paris, Kai Yakushko, y Neve Greenwald.

Join the Ensemble Theatre Company for readings of 14 ten-minute plays from the minds of 14 imaginative Santa Barbara students presented online over a two-day period, on Saturday, May 16th and Sunday, May 17th at 1pm. Únete a Ensemble Theatre Company para las lecturas de 14 obras de diez minutos de las mentes de 14 estudiantes imaginativos de Santa Bárbara presentados en línea durante un período de dos días, del sábado, 16 de mayo al domingo, 17 de mayo a la 1pm.

Recepción virtual de Subvenciones de Aniversario de MB&T

Montecito Bank & Trust invita a la comunidad a unirse a ellos para la primera celebración virtual de su programa de Subvenciones Anuales. El evento anual fue pospuesto debido a COVID-19 y reinventado en una celebración virtual que comenzará a las 2:30pm el martes, 19 de mayo. ¡Coge una silla cómoda y ayúdalos a celebrar el maravilloso trabajo que los beneficiarios de este año hacen en las comunidades de la Costa Central! Si te pierdes la transmisión en vivo, vuelve a visitar la página en cualquier momento para verla y compartirla con amigos y colegas. www.Montecito.bank/anniversarygrants

Celebra el día de las especies en peligro de extinción

En el Día de las especies en peligro de extinción (15 de mayo), estás invitado a celebrar las aves en peligro de extinción de California y descubrir cómo puedes ayudar a protegerlas. Oradores de todo el estado de California presentarán la historia de la protección de especies en peligro de extinción y las historias del Gnatcatcher de California y chorlito nevado occidental en peligro de extinción durante un seminario web gratuito el viernes, 15 de mayo a las 10am. Para registrarte visita https://audubon.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bjaUUvbARuPLep9Lo6ClQ

Tecnología de la propiedad: el peligro y la promesa

La tecnología ha revolucionado las industrias de bienes raíces, construcción, y ahora está presente en este espacio. Este seminario web, programado para el miércoles, 20 de mayo, de 5 a 7:30pm, explorará tecnologías de vanguardia en diseño, planificación, construcción y administración de propiedades inmobiliarias con ejemplos tanto de la “promesa” de la industria como del “peligro.” Un panel compartirá su conocimiento de las tendencias emergentes y las nuevas tecnologías y discutirá su impacto en nuestro futuro. Para registrarte ($10 estudiantes, $20 general) visita https://mitcentralcoast.org/proptech/

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Campamentos de verano: Aventuras en la naturaleza en casa

Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation is one of Montecito Bank & Trust’s 2020 Anniversary Grants recipients. Watch the virtual celebration at 2:30pm on Tuesday, May 19th at Montecito.bank/anniversarygrants Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation es uno de los beneficiarios de las Subvenciones de Aniversario 2020 de Montecito Bank & Trust. Únete a la celebración virtual a las 2:30pm el martes, 19 de mayo en Montecito.bank/anniversarygrants

Corre como una mujer, un seminario web gratuito del Comité Político de las Mujeres SB

¿Estas pensando en postularse para un cargo en 2020? Un seminario web informativo sobre lo que necesitas para tomar una decisión y dar los siguientes pasos. Obtén respuestas a tus preguntas y aprende cómo COVID-19 y el distanciamiento social están cambiando las campañas el miércoles, 27 de mayo de 7 a 8:15pm. Debes registrarte antes del 20 de mayo en

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INNESOTA FED GOVERNOR NEEL KASHKARI believes the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t have to bring on another Great Depression. But it will take some 18 months to recover, and only if Americans are able to cooperate in protecting themselves and each other. “We need to find ways of getting the people who are healthy, who are at lower risk, back to work and then providing the assistance to those who are most at risk, who are going to need to be quarantined or isolated for the foreseeable future,” Kashkari said in a recent CBS Sunday interview. “This could be a long, hard road that we have ahead of us until we get to either an effective therapy or a vaccine. It’s hard for me to see a V-shaped recovery under that scenario.” The letter that best describes how long the depression will last can be a ‘V’, ‘U’, or ‘L’ shape, after the release of the April unemployment report that showed 20.2 million nonfarm payroll jobs lost and a rise of the unemployment rate from 3.5 percent to 14.7 percent in just one month. Most economists say there will be at least two quarters of negative GDP growth, which means a very steep drop and sudden recovery—the ‘V’ shape. But some economists like Nouriel Roubini, the NY University economist, see a much worse scenario. He raises the possibility of “mass defaults and bankruptcies. Together with soaring levels of public debt, this all but ensures a more anemic recovery than the one that followed the Great Recession a decade ago.” Why wouldn’t he believe this, as New York has suffered the most because of its dependence on crowded subways to move its millions of workers and proximity to Europe that probably brought COVID-19 to its shores. That’s why New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been

exorting New Yorkers of late to behave as if, “It’s not about you or me, it’s about we,” to bring down their infection rate. Job losses were heaviest at restaurants, retailers, and hotels, but every major industry suffered, said the Labor Department. The health-care sector even lost 1.4 million jobs amidst the worst health crisis in American history. This is the highest rate and the largest over-themonth increase in the history of the series (seasonally adjusted data are available back to January 1948), said the BLS. The number of unemployed persons rose by 15.9 million to 23.1 million in April. The sharp increases in these measures reflect the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and efforts to contain it. The real question is what Nobel Laureate Robert Shiller predicts will be the resultant anxiety pandemic. “It is not good news when two pandemics are at work simultaneously. One can feed the other. Business closures, soaring unemployment, and loss of income fuel financial anxiety, which may, in turn, deter people, desperate for work, from taking adequate precautions against the spread of the disease.” We want to also watch consumer sentiment, since there is no central message coordination from the federal government. Even the CDC, as well as the NIH and other government health agencies, has been muzzled by the Trump administration in reporting consistent facts due to Trump’s fear that it hurts his chance for reelection in the November election. It is truly a sad spectacle to see what years of attempts to discredit scientific knowledge have done to one political party, now that it’s in the White House and faced with a virus that

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WARDING GRANTS IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF BUSINESS FOR MONTECITO BANK & TRUST. To allow the community to share in the process, they’ve planned a virtual celebration recognizing the recipients of their Annual Anniversary GrantsSM. The community is invited join them for the very first virtual celebration of their Annual Anniversary GrantsSM program on Tuesday, May 19th at 2:30pm PST at Montecito.bank/anniversarygrants. Pull up a comfortable chair and help them celebrate the wonderful work this year’s recipients do across the Central Coast communities. After the live stream, the community can revisit the page at any time after that and share with friends and colleagues! MB&T’s late Founder Michael Towbes created the Anniversary GrantsSM program in 1993 to broaden the bank’s commitment to the communities they serve and to ensure each of the bank’s associates, now 231 strong, has a direct voice in the direction of their corporate giving. For the last 28 years, MB&T’s associates have jumped at the chance to show their support for the organizations that mean so much to them. Each year, MB&T celebrates their anniversary by honoring ten local nonprofit agencies - all hand-selected by Montecito Bank & Trust associates. There was a tie this year, so the 2020 class is eleven strong! This year’s Anniversary GrantsSM recipients include Adelante Charter School; Animal Shelter Assistance Program (ASAP); Bishop Garcia Diego High School; Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens; Community Action Commission; Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Ventura County; Inspire Dance Santa Barbara (CMS); Moorpark College Foundation – Rising Scholars Academy; Neal Taylor Nature Center; SCI Research Advancement; and Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation. Join MB&T in congratulating each of the deserving and hard-working 2020 Anniversary GrantsSM recipients. Our community would not be the vibrant place it is without these organizations and their dedicated teams. Join the virtual celebration on May 19th, 2:30 pm at Montecito.bank/anniversarygrants

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doesn’t differentiate between red and blue states, Democrats and Republicans. It is an even greater tragedy to see the confusion this engenders among Americans needing to cope with this epic natural disaster that only a belief in scientific knowledge can mitigate. 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

28o aniversario de subvenciones anuales de Montecito Bank & Trust – una celebración virtual

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A CONCESIÓN DE SUBVENCIONES ES UNA PARTE ESENCIAL DEL NEGOCIO DE MONTECITO BANK & TRUST. Para permitir que la comunidad comparta el proceso, han planeado una celebración virtual para reconocer a los beneficiarios de sus subvenciones anuales de aniversario (Anniversary GrantsSM). La comunidad está invitada a unirse a ellos para la primera celebración virtual de su programa de subvenciones anuales de aniversario el martes, 19 de mayo a las 2:30pm PST en Montecito. bank/anniversarygrants. Coge una silla cómoda y ayúdalos a celebrar el maravilloso trabajo que los beneficiarios de este año realizan en las comunidades de la Costa Central. Después de la transmisión en vivo, la comunidad puede volver a visitar la página en cualquier momento y compartirla con amigos y colegas. El difunto fundador de MB&T, Michael Towbes, creó el programa Anniversary GrantsSM en 1993 para ampliar el compromiso del banco con las comunidades a las que sirve y para garantizar que cada uno de los asociados del banco, los 231 que ahora emplea, tenga una voz directa en la dirección de sus donaciones corporativas. Durante los últimos 28 años, los asociados de MB&T han aprovechado la oportunidad de mostrar su apoyo a las organizaciones que significan mucho para ellos. Cada año, MB&T celebra su aniversario honrando a diez agencias locales sin fines de lucro, todas seleccionadas por los asociados de Montecito Bank & Trust. ¡Hubo un empate este año, por lo que la clase de 2020 tendrá once! Los beneficiarios de las subvenciones anuales de aniversario de este año incluyen a Adelante Charter School; Animal Shelter Assistance Program (ASAP); Bishop Garcia Diego High School; Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens; Community Action Commission; Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Ventura County; Inspire Dance Santa Barbara (CMS); Moorpark College Foundation – Rising Scholars Academy; Neal Taylor Nature Center; SCI Research Advancement; y Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation. Únete a MB&T para felicitar a cada uno de los merecedores y trabajadores beneficiarios de las subvenciones anuales de aniversario del 2020. Nuestra comunidad no sería el lugar vibrante que es sin estas organizaciones y sus equipos dedicados. Únete a la celebración virtual el 19 de mayo a las 2:30pm en Montecito.bank/anniversarygrants


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HELTERING IN PLACE HAS SHED NEW LIGHT on how we experience our homes. Functionality and comfort come to the forefront, as well as the ease to keep clean, find privacy, and to utilize spaces which might have been previously overlooked. Little annoyances which have been put off for years will become things that must be fixed now. Changes in the home which make us feel more at peace are paramount, Staci Caplan as more than ever our homes are our sanctuary in uncertain times. As our homes function as offices, classrooms, conference rooms, and gyms, we realize how important the organization of our space is in promoting productivity. Open-concept great rooms continue to be desirable with the addition of smaller spaces within them for privacy and community at the same time, along with more defined and multiple workspaces or offices. We will likely see bigger pantries, and the return of the mudroom as a disinfecting room, to shed shoes and street clothes. A sink in the mudroom for hand washing before entering the main house could double as a spa station for furry family members. Desirable design elements which optimize natural daylight are more important to our well-being than ever, through windows, skylights, or sunrooms. Window boxes and places for urban farming, as well as access to livable outdoor spaces, are especially important. Materials that are non-porous, easy to clean, and reduce the likelihood of infection are the top choice. As supply chains are interrupted and we reconsider the safety and cost effectiveness of sourcing materials from non-domestic locations, we will have to be more thoughtful with our choices. Local and regional products are more sustainable and support our local economy. We want homes that are easier and less expensive to run long term. For decades green homes with optimal energy efficiency have been important to consumers, and now more than ever are the gold (green) standard, as we are spending so much time in our homes and really evaluating their efficiency and comfort. In many ways, sheltering in place is a return to simple living. Post-pandemic, we will have a greater appreciation of our homes. Most importantly, we will think more about what is essential to the experience of how we want to live.

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Celebrating Santa Barbara Artists & Art Destinations

GALLERIES • STUDIOS • MUSEUMS • PUBLIC PLACES Online Exhibit Delves into Time, Memory MARCIA BURT T

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CASA DOLORES: Otomi Dream/Sueno Otomi ~ June 30 • José Salazar’s In Sand and Oil; Bandera Ware • www.casadolores.org • 1023 Bath St • Tu-Sa 12-4pm • 805-963-1032.

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

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

GALLERIE SILO: 118-B Gray Av • 301-379-4669.

COMMUNITY ARTS WORKSHOP: Closed at this time • 631 Garden • 805-324-7443. CORRIDAN GALLERY: Local Artists • 125 N Milpas • www.corridan-gallery.com • 805-966-7939. CYPRESS GALLERY: 119 E Cypress Av (Lompoc) • 805-737-1129. DISTINCTIVE FRAMING N’ ART: 1333 State St • www.distinctiveframingnart.com • 805-882-2108. ELIZABETH GORDON GALLERY: Contemporary art • 15 W Gutierrez St • www.elizabethgordongallery.com • 805-963-1157.

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GALLERY 113: 1114 State St, #8 La Arcada Ct • SB Art Assn • 805-965-6611. GALLERY 333: Closed at this time • 805-451-6919. GALLERY LOS OLIVOS: Closed at this time • www.gallerylosolivos.com • 805-688-7517. GOLETA VALLEY LIBRARY: Closed at this time • 805-964-7878. GOLETA VALLEY COMMUNITY CENTER: El Corazón de Goleta mural by Barbara Eberhart • 55679 Hollister • www.thegvcc.org. GOOD CUP COFFEE HOUSE: 918 State Street • 805-965-5593.

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ESTMONT’S ANNUAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION, forced to go virtual during the pandemic, features 48 works by Tri-County artists and will be available for online viewing through June 20th at www.westmont.edu/time-memory. Christopher Miles, professor at the School of Art at CSU Long Beach, juried the show, Time and Memory, which received 221 entries from 95 artists in Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo counties. “Obviously, it’s different this year, because we don’t get to come together and celebrate these The Light Between by Sharon Schock artists, but it has been so encouraging to see the support and interest in the exhibition,” shared Judy Larson, R. Anthony Askew professor of art history and museum director. “I think this platform will allow more people to view the exhibition since they don’t have to physically be in Santa Barbara. It’s exciting to offer that to all the artists.” This year’s featured artists include last year’s first-place winner, Brendan Murdock, as well as Westmont Professor Emeritus Tony Askew, Joan RosenbergDent, alumna Sharon Schock ’06, and Westmont Art Council members Rosemarie Gebhart, Kimberly Hahn, Holli Harmon, Ruth Ellen Hoag, Marcia Rickard, Kerrie Smith, Nancy Rossi, and Don Zimmerman. “I’m excited and impressed with the diversity of medium and style of the chosen artists,” Larson noted. “Though we’re saddened the museum is temporarily closed, we’re pleased to find a way to continue the event and bring our community together.” Miles, who began teaching art at CSU Long Beach in 1998, is a Los Angeles-based artist who grew up in Southern California surrounded by a family ceramics business. He graduated from UC Santa Barbara and earned an MFA at USC’s School of Fine Arts (now the Roski School), August Afternoon by Tony Askew where he worked in ceramics, drawing, painting, and sculpture. His work has been exhibited at ACME gallery, Actual Size gallery, Cuesta College, the Pasadena Museum of California Art, L.A. Louver Gallery, Mount St. Mary’s College, the Pacific Design Center, and the Torrance Art Museum. His work has been reviewed in ARTLURKER, Artillery, Artweek, Art in America, the L.A. Weekly, The Los Angeles Times, Notes on Looking, and Sculpture Magazine. Nearly all of the pieces in the show are for sale, with 30 percent benefiting the museum. The show is sponsored by Alan Griffin of Raymond James, the Upham Hotel, Marcia Rickard, Don Logan, Peter Morris, and Pete and Becky Adams. The Westmont RidleyTree Museum of Art remains temporarily closed due to COVID-19. The annual senior show, which celebrates the work of Westmont’s graduating art majors, was postponed last month due to the coronavirus.

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N THE SPACES BETWEEN, while we live through various shelter at home and social/physical distancing orders, the need for distraction has intensified. Sometimes another episode of Newsroom isn’t enough to dull the roar of cabin fever. At least two local galleries, themselves in the midst of adjusting to new pandemic rules, have stepped up and come to our rescue with “Private Viewings.” I noticed the first mention of these opportunities for diversion in a Sullivan Goss bulletin on May 4th. “Starting today and through the month of May, Sullivan Goss will open two new exhibitions for one-hour appointments from 9am - 5pm by either Amazon, 2020 by Angela Perko single individuals or cohabiting families,” it read. [Yes!] The gallery’s new exhitions are colorful and interesting... Angela Perko: Just Another Pretty Picture and U.C.S.B. M.F.A. 20/20. The gallery is continuing Phoebe Brunner: A Wild Delight, which has been up since January. Very shortly after, GraySpace Gallery sent out a notice that they, too, are offering private viewings, by appointment, to see their current exhibition, Between Ornament & Meaning, with work by Charlene Broudy, Michael Blaha, and Lisa Crane, which the gallery recently extended until June. Soon my imagination got the best of me as I wondered what it would be like to have a gallery all to myself... Would they mind if I just came to look and experience it? A quick call to the galleries confirmed they are open by appointment and happy to provide anyone in a mask who also has a love for art an appointment. First stop was Sullivan Goss. Owner Nathan Vonk had the door open and his mask on. He Asimetria, c. 2019 by Elisa Ortega commented of the personal gallery hours, “It’s Montilla good for moral. It’s just nice to have people in and to talk with adults. So we are happy to have them. And, there have been a few sales. That’s really great.” The three exhibitions in the gallery are definetely distinct. Of U.C.S.B. M.F.A. 20/20, Vonk related, “This show is really important to me, because these are artists that have some sort of roots in Santa Barbara; but, more often than not, end up leaving or stay here and are very successful somewhere else.... Doing shows like this is me, slowly trying to rock that boat.... All this stuff is made in Santa Barbara. It’s really, really good art.” When we moved into the room with Angela Perko’s work, he noted, the title was a bit ironic. “These are not just pretty pictures. There is a Fashion King by Charlene Broudy lot of symbollic content in here.” Pointing to Amazon, he explained, “This is a painting about the destruction of the Amazon rainforrest. These are all Amazonian plants and animals. They are chock full of all of these meanings.” Ruth Ellen Hoag at GraySpace left the gate unlocked for me. She was in the back in a studio space about to paint a wall. GraySpace Gallery has divided their wall space between photos by Charlene Broudy and paintings by Michael Blaha, with 3-D ceramic work by Lisa Crane on pedestals intermixed. Hoag explained the idea behind the exhibition is what she sees these distinct artists having in common - quirkiness. “This is such a fun, quirky show,” she shared looking from one artist’s work to the next. Turning to one of Crane’s pieces, she asked, “How could anyone ever possibly think of that?” Turning to a piece by Blaha, she commented, “His work is so quirky... between Charlene’s quirky photographs, and Lisa’s quirky sculptures, and Mike Blaha, you have a really fun show.” It’s a new dawn and the intimacy of communing with art is returning. Folie-a-Deux by Lisa Crane

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UC Santa Barbara scholar’s book takes a fresh look at how we approach the ocean in art, literature, and technology

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HEN GOOGLE MAPPED PARTS OF THE OCEAN for its Underwater Earth, it used the same technology, essentially, it employed for its Street View application. Melody Jue finds this odd. An assistant professor of English at UC Santa Barbara, her research focuses on the ocean and environmental humanities, particularly in how it’s portrayed in the media. Underwater Earth and its drive-by view of the sea, Jue said, betrays what she calls a Melody Jue “terrestrial bias” — the idea that the ocean can be represented in the same ways a land environment is. Jue explores this and more in Wild Blue Media: Thinking Through Seawater (Duke University Press, 2020), a thoughtful and deeply researched dive into the ways humans approach the ocean in film, art, literature and technology. “One aim of the book,” she said, “is really to ask, How have we created media and representations of the ocean? How has that reflected terrestrial bias and what can we do? What can we do differently?” To answer these questions, Wild Blue Media discusses a wide variety of media, including science fiction literature, underwater memoirs, documentary film, data visualizations and underwater artwork.

In one chapter of the book, Jue, a diver, examines two aquatic museums: Jason deCaires Taylor’s Museo Subacuático del Arte (Underwater Museum) off Cancun, Mexico, and Dos Ojos (Two Eyes) in a cenote, or underwater cavern, in Yucatán. Taylor’s museum consists of a number of human figures arrayed in 30 feet of water. The sculptures grow and change over time as life forms such as coral eggs, carried by seawater, attach themselves and transform the human forms into something “somewhat uncanny, with eyes closed and no evidence of breathing — perhaps asleep, resting, or even ghostly,” as Jue writes. The museum, she said, questions how interpretation takes place differently underwater. In a terrestrial museum, the objects are fixed and no one expects them to change over time. Taylor’s figures, though, experience a kind of metamorphosis that challenges the viewer in three dimensions. “So instead of a museum that’s about preservation, you have a museum that’s about change,” Jue said. “And as a visitor when you try to navigate it, I found that it was actually really difficult to hover, to stay put because of the current

at the time. And so it would kind of push me to the side and it was actually easier to swim over the sculptures than to look at them face to face.” In photos of the exhibits Taylor posted, the sea was clear and the figures faced the camera, a traditional orientation known as frontality. When Jue visited the water was cloudy. “I realized that the artist was selecting for conditions where even though the Jason deCaires Taylor’s Silent Evolution off Cancun, Mexico, sculptures were underwater, he wanted in 30 feet of water. them to be colorful, clear, populated chapter really just takes on a facet of this question: through a face-to-face orientation,” she said. “So ‘What can you do with a submerged perspective this led me to think, ‘Wow, undersea and what are the media or literature that has environments provide different tackled this question?’ And it really looks to be of conditions for thinking about the interest to artists, to writers who think, ‘How does museum and its mission, and also for that underwater change point of view?’” interpretation, because of where the The sea, covering 70 percent of the Earth’s ocean positions you as an observer.’” surface, has always been one of humanity’s great The Dos Ojos cenote, on the mysteries and paradoxes — the giver of sustenance, other hand, boasts no humanthe taker of lives. Jue wants us to see it anew. made sculptures. Diving there was “I hope that [the book] encourages people to a spatial experience, constantly imagine differently when they look at or experience adjusting for buoyancy and depth. the ocean through media or immersion or other She called it “a descent into kinds of things,” she said. “I hope that they come another dimension; within the away with some ideas for how they might write caverns, one can still pass into yet more dimensions stories differently or create media differently. And through encountering new bodies of water.” it’s pretty open ended.” “That’s why the field work of scuba diving Printed with permission of UCSB Office of Public was really important for me,” Jue said, “because I Affairs and Communications began to think about how am I interpreting things underwater differently than on land. So each Photo by Melody Jue

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Dos Pueblos High School Foundation to Build Class of 2020 Resiliency Mural to Honor Graduates

Judge George Eskin Envisions Future of the Legal System

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ANTA BARBARA’S COUNTY COURTHOUSE may someday reclaim its stature as an enticing and iconic attraction for bridal parties and tourists, but as a workplace for lawyers – not so much. George Eskin, retired trial attorney and Superior Court Judge turned legal reformer, says that the coronavirus shutdown of the courthouse, and the switchover of its “normal operations” to internet and virtual platforms, provides a glimpse of the future for how the legal system will operate in a post-COVID world. “We’re never going to return to the normal that we’ve experienced over the past 50 years,” Eskin said in a Newsmakers interview. “Everything is going to change.” Eskin was appointed to the Santa Barbara County bench in 2003 by former Gov. Gray Davis, after previously working in senior positions for the L.A. City Attorney and in the Ventura and SB D.A.’s offices, as well as practicing criminal law as a private attorney. Married to state Senator Hannah Beth Jackson, he retired in 2013 and since has written and advocated on behalf of criminal justice reforms involving bail, incarceration, and sentencing policies and Judge George Eskin, issues. Retired The judge told us that the pandemic shutdown is forcing, “a reexamination of just what the courts are,” noting that under current conditions “the court’s still there, motions are still being heard, judges are still resolving issues. It’s just that it’s being conducted in a different way.” “They provide a service, a judicial service, for determination and resolution of disputes,” he added, “but our traditional concept has been of a building that is the courthouse.” Eskin cited the remarks of another jurist, “who observed that for years and years, attorneys get dressed, get into their cars, drive down to the courthouse, find a place to park, check in with the clerk, stand in line, sit in the audience waiting for their case to be called, waste an enormous amount of time. “And the future may be that they’re going to be working from home or from their office and through a computer screen, electronically,” he suggested. “How many of the functions that a court performs can be performed over the internet, can be performed electronically and how many of them require personal presence in court?” Among a host of observations on a range of subjects about the justice system, the retired judge offered his perspective about: Jury trials. Eskin noted that jury trials represent the one area where a courthouse may remain necessary as a spatial site: “The only thing that requires the courthouse is jury trials. That’s the only function that a court provides that I have serious questions about - how jury trials are going to be conducted in the future...The whole practice of law and the way litigation is conducted will be changed tremendously and attorneys are going to have to learn new techniques, new approaches to obtaining information from witnesses, and conducting cross examination and direct examination.” Bail. Because of the coronavirus, an emergency “zero bail” order is in effect throughout California’s court system, directing the release of most of those arrested for misdemeanors and non-violent felonies and, the judge said, highlighting the inequities and irrationalities of the bail system: “The legal community, the justice community, is going to be looking at, why are people being confined pending an adjudication of their charges?...We have to ask ourselves, is a person being detained in custody because they can’t afford to buy their way out? Or is it because they represent some kind of public risk?...The policy considerations basically have to do with the fact that poor people stay in jail and rich people get out and they may be charged with the same offense. That’s certainly a denial of due process.” Recidivism and reentry. “The important point for everyone to recognize is that everyone who is in custody, other than those who are in custody on capital charges or life without possibility of parole, everybody else is going to be released from custody – today or tomorrow or next week or next month or next year – they’re going to be released...And during the period of time that people are incarcerated, something positive should occur, so that when they reenter society, when they walk out of the jail, when they walk out of the prison, they’re in a different place than when they committed the crime that caused them to be prosecuted and convicted and incarcerated in the first place.” “It’s not just a question of coddling criminals or being soft on crime,” Eskin added. “It’s a question of getting to the root causes of the crime. Can we deal with those in the hope that we’re going to effect people’s conduct in the future? Locking them up and doing nothing does very little other than making them more sophisticated criminals.” To watch the entire interview with Judge Eskin visit: www.newsmakerswithjr.com/post/judge-george-eskin-envisions-future-of-the-legal-system-we-re-never-going-to-return-to-normal Jerry Roberts is a California journalist who writes, blogs and hosts a TV talk show about politics, policy and media. Former political editor, editorial page editor and managing editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, he serves as student adviser for the Daily Nexus newspaper at UC Santa Barbara. He is the author of Never Let Them See You Cry, a biography of Senator Dianne Feinstein.

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N SUPPORT OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2020, the Dos Pueblos High School Foundation is crafting a tile mural to celebrate the seniors’ resilience during a disappointing senior year. The mural will capture the iconic moment at the end of the graduation ceremony when each graduate tosses their cap into the air. Each of the 466 seniors is being given one 6”x6” tile for the approximately 250 square foot mural to design in the way they would decorate their mortarboard for the graduation ceremony. The words “We are Resilient” and “MMXX” (Roman Numerals for 2020) will also be part of the design. “With our seniors losing so many rite-of-passage celebrations, we have been working hard to come up with ways to show that their school community cares,” shared Principal Bill Woodard. “The tile mural is a wonderful way to create a lasting tribute to our graduates. On behalf of the class of 2020 and the entire DP community, we are so very grateful to the DPHS Foundation for spearheading this project.” The mural will be placed on an outside wall at the school and will include a dedication plaque to the Class of 2020, with the goal of completion by the end of summer for a ribbon-cutting ceremony before students head off to college. “If gubernatorial orders prevent bringing the students together for a celebration in July or August, we will wait until Winter Break so students who are going away for college can participate. This is their moment, so we will wait as long as we need to,” stated Rechelle Ringer, DPHS Foundation board member and parent of a 2020 graduate. “What they have accomplished, during a very trying time, is remarkable and worth celebrating for years to come.”

The DPHS Foundation has created a fundraising page at give.dphsfoundation.org/2020 where they hope to raise $10,000 to cover the material costs as well as installation. The DPHS Foundation is a 501(c)3 and all donations are tax deductible. www.dphsfoundation.org

Cómo recibir noticias de la ciudad en español Visita el nuevo portal de información en español de la ciudad y regístrate para recibir actualizaciones por correo electrónico

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ARA SERVIR MEJOR A LA COMUNIDAD DE HABLA HISPANA, la Ciudad dedicó un área en su sitio web para un nuevo Portal Informativo de Recursos en Español en: www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/Español La nueva área del sitio web consolida la información en español de diferentes departamentos en una página para que la información sea más fácil de encontrar. El portal de información en español servirá como página de inicio para actualizaciones de noticias, folletos y videos de diferentes departamentos. El sitio contiene avisos de emergencia, anuncios de seguridad pública, recursos comerciales, seminarios web, líneas directas de la comunidad e instrucciones e información de contacto para acceder de forma remota a los servicios de la Ciudad. También hay disponible un nuevo servicio de correo electrónico para enviar noticias en español directamente a tu buzón de correo electrónico. Es fácil registrarte con solo un nombre y una dirección de correo electrónico que deben proporcionarse. Regístrate para recibir actualizaciones por correo electrónico en español en: SantaBarbaraCA.gov/Noticias Sintonízate a Radio Bronco 107.7 o La Musical 94.5 diariamente, dos veces al día alrededor del mediodía y en la noche después de las 7pm, para un programa de radio dedicado a traer información, actualizaciones y recursos comunitarios de COVID-19 a la comunidad en español.

How to Receive City News in Spanish Visit the City’s New Spanish Information Portal and Sign Up For Email Updates

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O BETTER SERVE THE SPANISH-SPEAKING COMMUNITY, the City created a dedicated area on its website for a new Spanish Language Information Portal (Portal Informativo de Recursos en Español) at: www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/Español The new website area consolidates information in Spanish from different departments on one landing page so information is easier to find. The Spanish Language Information Portal will serve as a landing page for news updates, flyers, and videos from different departments. The site contains emergency notices, public safety announcements, business resources, webinars, community hotlines, and instructions and contact information to remotely access City services. A new email service is also available to deliver news in Spanish directly to your inbox. It’s easy to sign up with only a name and email address that need to be provided. Sign up to receive email updates in Spanish at: SantaBarbaraCA.gov/Noticias Please tune in to Radio Bronco 107.7 or La Musical at 94.5 daily, twice a day around noon and in the evening after 7pm, for a Radio Show dedicated to bringing COVID- 19 information, updates and community resources to the Spanish language Community.


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Face masks may include cloth masks, scarves, bandanas or other face coverings over the mouth and nose of a person. The masks do not need to be N95 or surgical masks. Reusable face masks used by covered business workers must be washed and sanitized daily. Las máscaras faciales pueden incluir máscaras de tela, bufandas, pañuelos u otras coberturas faciales sobre la boca y la nariz de una persona. Las máscaras no necesitan ser N95 o máscaras quirúrgicas. Las mascaras reutilizables usadas por trabajadores comerciales deben ser lavadas y desinfectadas diariamente.

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ARA PREVENIR LA PROPAGACIÓN DE COVID-19, el Consejo Municipal de Santa Bárbara votó para requerir que el público y los empleados usen máscaras o coberturas faciales en ciertos negocios. La implementación comenzó el 1 de mayo. La siguiente es una lista de los negocios afectados: • Farmacias y droguerías; • Supermercados, puestos de productos agrícolas, tiendas de conveniencia, almacenes, bancos de alimentos, mercados campesinos certificados y otros establecimientos dedicados a la venta minorista de alimentos enlatados, productos secos, frutas y verduras frescas, agua, alimentos y medicamentos para mascotas (pero no aseo ni entrenamiento), carnes, pescados y aves de corral frescos o congelados, o cualquier otro producto de consumo doméstico (como suministros de construcción, productos de limpieza y cuidado personal); • Organizaciones y negocios que proveen alimentos u otros servicios al público; • Ferreterías y tiendas de suministros de construcción, y viveros; • Lavanderías, tintorerías, y proveedores de servicios de lavandería; • Restaurantes e instalaciones de venta minorista de alimentos que preparan y ofrecen alimentos a los clientes a través de la recogida o una ventanilla de

servicio “drive through;” • Taxis, servicios de viajes compartidos, compañías de alquiler de vehículos, y otros servicios de transporte privados. Se alienta al Distrito de Tránsito Metropolitano de Santa Bárbara (MTD) a abordar la seguridad del conductor y el pasajero con el uso de máscaras faciales; y • Hoteles y moteles, en zonas de acceso público. Los negocios prohibirán la entrada de cualquier persona que no use una máscara facial. Un negocio puede proveer máscaras faciales a los clientes sin costo o ponerlas a la venta. Un negocio debe proveer mascaras faciales sin costo para el uso de sus trabajadores. Las máscaras faciales pueden incluir máscaras de tela, bufandas, pañuelos u otras coberturas faciales sobre la boca y la nariz de una persona. Las máscaras no necesitan ser N95 o máscaras quirúrgicas. Las mascaras reutilizables usadas por trabajadores comerciales deben ser lavadas y desinfectadas diariamente Las preguntas sobre cómo cumplir con la orden pueden enviarse por correo electrónico a LandUse@SantaBarbaraCA.gov o llamando al (805) 897-1934. Para más detalles y para leer la orden de emergencia (en inglés), visita www.santabarbaraca.gov/civicax/filebank/

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some activities at home for parents to do with their children via their newsletter. Sign up for SBTHP eNews! at www.sbthp.org. Also, follow them on Facebook and Instagram as each week they will debut a new tutorial. www.facebook.com/SBTHP

Ongoing Opportunities

Cottage Health’s Free Online Resources for Families: Cottage’s free online resources page offers fun and educational resources to help families cope and spend productive time together. The page has everything from free coloring book pages to online Broadway plays to NASA tours. Choose a new activity every day at www.cottagehealth.org/app/files/public/3547/Free_Online_

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 (first and third weekends of the month) 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/

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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-HVED2tbLzYfkA • 11:30am on Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/cameratasb

Santa Barbara Museum of Art - Online: The Museum continues to digitally engage the public by offering step-by-step 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. https://carpinteriaartscenter.org/

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

To view more online COVID-19 resources for parents and children visit www.cottagehealth.org/coronavirus-covid-19/ Register to participate in Santa Barbara Yoga Fest, an all day Live Stream of yoga classes to benefit the Santa Barbara County Foodbank on Sunday, May 17th. Regístrate para participar en Santa Barbara Yoga Fest, una transmisión de clases de yoga en vivo durante todo el día para beneficiar al Banco de Alimentos del Condado de Santa Bárbara que se llevará acabo el domingo, 17 de mayo.

Tuesdays from 1 to 2pm via Zoom, with each week featuring a different speaker. They are free and open to the public. To join a meeting visit https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/644027449 UCSB Arts & Lectures: Stay connected with UCSB Arts & Lectures through digital arts and cultural content. Join their email list at www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu to receive new content, clips from the A&L archive, and a curated selection of arts and ideas, all accessible online. Nature At Your Fingertips: From art projects, to stories, to natural recipes, Wilderness Youth Project is providing resources that deeply engage children and adults with the natural world. Access the Free Nature Resource Portal at https://wyp.org/resource-portal/ and check back every week to see what fun new offerings are added. Gems from the SB Botanic Garden: The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden is sharing photos and videos filled with gardening tips, botanical knowledge, wildlife updates, VR360 views of the many sections of the Garden, and more online. Follow them on Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube. For details and to register for online classes/events visit www.sbbg.org/classes-events

NOTE: The SB Botanic Garden is paving the way for a phased re-opening in the weeks ahead. SB Trust for Historic Preservation Educational Materials: With school cancelled for the rest of the year, SBTHP is trying to provide

Upcoming May Events

California Wildfire Safety Webinar: Sierra Club California organizer, Daniel Barad, joined by Kate Dargan and Rick Halsey will discuss how individuals can protect their homes during wildfire season during a webinar on Friday, May 15th from 1 to 1:30pm. To register visit https://register.gotowebinar. com/register/3608750401028630288

Virtual Help for Students: The Santa Barbara Public Library’s bilingual staff offers support to understand school assignments, figure out new apps and learning technology, and answer questions related to studying from home. Parents and/or their child can send a text to 805-764-4542 or call 805-564-5674 between 2 and 4pm on Mondays or Wednesdays to receive an

Hospice of SB Virtual Learn @ Lunch: Are you curious about how different religions and cultures deal with end-of-life issues? Get your lunch ready and join HSB virtually on Friday, May 15th, from 12 to 1pm when they will feature Cantor Mark E. Childs, Congregation B’nai B’rith. Join by visiting

invitation to a Zoom meeting with a staff member.

Santa Barbara Yoga Fest: Nine yoga studios will participate in Santa Barbara Yoga Fest, an all day Live Stream of Yoga classes to benefit the SB County Foodbank. All classes will be by donation (min. $25) with 100 percent of the proceeds going to feed the community. Join in on Sunday, May 17th, with simultaneous half-hour yoga sessions all day long. Contact participating studios for their full schedule of live stream events!:

Watershed Wednesdays: Join the City’s Creeks Division for Watershed Wednesdays, a series of live online activities including crafts, talks, tours, and more. Sign up for the Watershed Wednesdays email list at www.bit.ly/CreeksWW. Also follow them on Facebook www.facebook.com/SBCreeks Unitarian Universalist Congregation Sunday Services will be streamed via Zoom through May 31st from 9:50 to 11am. Everyone is welcome. To “attend” go to www.zoom.com, click “join a meeting, enter meeting ID 991 200 709, click “join.” UCSB Addresses the Global Crisis with a Seminar Series: A weekly seminar series will bring together experts from UC Santa Barbara and Cottage Health to explore historical aspects and lessons learned from similar epidemics. The sessions convene

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www.SantaBarbaraYogaCenter.com www.YogaSoup.com / www.Divinitreesantabarbara.com www.PowerOfYourOM.com / www.EvolationYogaSB.com www.SantaBarbaraYogaCollective.com www.TheJuicyLifeYoga.com / www.Hunnyfly.com www.Yoga4Mankind.org

‘Oil 101’ Webinar to Discuss Industry Impacts on Santa Barbara County: Environmental groups will hold a webinar titled Oil

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Webinars for Your Business to Navigate COVID-19: Several organizations are hosting webinars on a variety of topics to help the business community survive and navigate the COVID-19 public health crisis. Visit the following websites to see what they have to offer: Economic Development Collaborative (EDC) www.EDCollaborative.com; Womens Economic Ventures (WEV) www.WEVOnline.org; Traffic Solutions www.trafficsolutions.org; SCORE Santa Barbara https://santabarbara.score.org/content/ take-workshop-35; and The Chamber of the Santa Barbara Region www.SBChamber.org The Importance of Activities, Mindfulness, and Community for Vitality: While activities at the Friendship Center are currently on hold, the center is committed to bringing activities and engagement to you at home! They will be hosting live activity sessions through Zoom and Facebook live every Monday-Thursday. Join Zoom Meetings at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/257870485

Meeting ID: 257-870-485

Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/FriendshipCenterSB/ AHA! Free Online Workshops through June: From topics such as Body Image During Corona to Parenting in Place to Couples’ Issues in Extreme Conditions, AHA! therapists and coaches will present free online workshops through June. Preregistration is required. For a complete schedule and to register visit https://ahasb.org/

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.” Build a little house, write ‘what home means to you’, send a photo to communications@pshhc.org, or share on social media using #WhatHomeMeansToMe and #PSHHBuildingTogether. For full details visit www.pshhc.org/BuildingTogether

101: Moving Beyond Platforms, Pipelines and Pollution in Santa Barbara” on Monday, May 18th from noon to 1pm in English and 6 to 7pm in Spanish. Open to the public, the webinar will discuss the legacy of the Plains Pipeline oil spill from five years ago, ExxonMobil’s pending proposal, Cat Canyon and other local onshore drilling projects, and the need to address climate change. Register for the English event: https://us02web.zoom.

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I Madonnari Italian Street Painting Festival 2020 Online: Street paintings drawn with chalk pastels will be created by featured artists on their driveways during Memorial Day weekend on May 23rd through 25th. Follow the festival on social media for updates, street painting photos, and a Chalk for Kids program.

www.imadonnarifestival.com Instagram: @imadonnari www.facebook.com/Santa-Barbara-I-Madonnari-Festival125996794086931/

Financial Tips During Challenging Times: Habitat for Humanity of Southern Santa Barbara County will offer a free webinar titled Financial Tips During Challenging Times on Friday, May 22nd from 10 to 11am via Zoom. For details and to register visit www.eventbrite.com/e/financial-tips-during-challenging-timesregistration-104662165354

Free Painting Class for the Community: Join The Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center for a virtual painting class on Saturday, May 30th at 2pm. Instructor Tammy Gilkey will tailor suggestions to all skill levels as she guides you to replicate a painting of Linden Avenue in Carpinteria. The class is free, but donations are welcome. Pre-register at

https://carpinteriaartscenter.org/product/2020SPRSipnDip/sip-dippainting-class-may-30


Life on the Curb May 15, 2020

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

Fine Dining

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

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Take-Out & Delivery Only

Subway 1021 State St • 805-564-8068 Taco Bell 1840 Cliff Dr • 805-965-7611 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

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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 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 Loquita 202 State St • 805-880-3380 • www.loquitasb.com Lucky Penny 127 Anacapa St • 805-284-0358 • www.luckypennysb.com Mizza 1112 State St • 805-883-3935 • www.mizzasb.com Norton’s Pastrami and Deli 18 W Figueroa St • 805-965-

3210 • 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 • 805-962-6611 • 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

Blenders In The Grass 720 State St • 805-962-5715 •

www.drinkblenders.com Cold Stone Creamery 504 State St • 805-882-9128 • https://express.ordercoldstone.com McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream 728 State St • 805-569-2323 • https://mcconnells.com Yogurtland 621 State St • 805-564-8680

Specialty Foods

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 Embermill 1031 State St • www.embermillsb.com Fala Bar 38 W. Victoria St • 805-770- 7702 Hook & Press Donuts 1131 State St • 805-689-6820 • www.hookandpressdonuts.com Kanaloa Seafood 715 Chapala St • 805-966-5159 • https://kanaloaseafood.com Oat Bakery 5 W. Haley St • 805-335-1628 • www.oatbakery.com

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 Modern Times 400 State St • www.moderntimesbeer.com Riverbench Winery 137 Anacapa St • 805-3244100 • https://riverbench.com 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 Santa Barbara Public Market 38 W Victoria St • 805-770-7702 • www.sbpublicmarket.com

Other

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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Santa Barbara Buildings Light It Blue In Support Of Healthcare & Essential Workers

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BIG THANK-YOU TO HEALTHCARE AND ESSENTIAL WORKERS IS LIGHTING SANTA BARBARA BLUE this month as artists, non-profits, and businesses collaborate in the effort. The visual spectacle began on Thursday, May 14th at 8pm, when the Sea Center on Stearns Wharf, Arlington Theater Tower, Lobero Theatre and Mission Tower lit up in blue to show gratitude to healthcare and essential workers as part of the international Light It Blue campaign. “I’m proud of the collaboration between our community artists and art organizations to honor the hard work and sacrifice of health care professionals and frontline employees,” shared Mayor Cathy Murillo. “Thank you for providing the community with a lighting display to bring us all together.” The City of Santa Barbara is collaborating with the Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative, community artists, event production companies, and the following organizations who donated

time and equipment to light community buildings: Gartner Design Company; The Environment Makers; Ethan Turpin Art and Design; Spark Creative Events (Arlington Theater Tower, Lobero Theatre, Cottage Hospital sites); Bella Vista Designs (Sea Center); Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History and Sea Center; Lobero Theatre; Arlington Theater; Nina Dunbar; Cottage Health System; and Mission Santa Barbara. This highly visible, public act of support is in partnership with the #LightItBlue campaign which invites businesses, venues, and communities to turn blue in support of the frontline medical staff and essential workers who are confronting the COVID-19 pandemic in hospitals, grocery stores, and other essential businesses around the world. The Sea Center, Arlington Theater, Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital, and Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hospital, and the Old Mission Santa Barbara will be the first buildings in

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S THE INITIAL SHOCK AND PANIC WEAR OFF and as a sense of the immensity of the impacts of the pandemic and the disparities it has brought into the open become clear, it is very important to decide where you stand and how you want to respond. In our community, the varied responses have been amazing. They offer all of us hope and connection. People care. But, now we’re entering a new phase and each of us is tasked with an ongoing opportunity to evaluate how we as individuals and community members will stand, in this time. Will you look first to those you love? Most will. Will you look to your street and the neighbors you’ve seen over the months and years you’ve been calling Santa Barbara home? Hopefully. Will you look to the businesses that have provided the context for your life, here in our exquisitely beautiful paradise? Looking around, everyone needs the arm of community wrapped around unsteady shoulders - family, individuals, businesses, nonprofits - everyone. While the shelter in place orders haven’t been lifted, we may not be able to literally extend our hands to lift and embrace. But we can do that in other ways.

At VOICE Magazine, we have been raising up the efforts of our community members, as well as offering needed updates and information - along with sharing the voices of our regular columnists and community members. This unfortunately comes at a difficult time for us as a local media outlet. We were impacted by the general decline in advertising revenue for printed papers even prior to the catastrophic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our economy. But, the Community of Santa Barbara and the community of the world is 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. We all are moving 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. If you are able, please support us, VOICE Magazine during this transitional time. If you’re reading our digital version, please forward it to a friend and encourage them to

A slient and beautiful Thank-you will go out each evening this month as Santa Barbara Buildings Light It Blue in gratitude for Healthcare and Essential Workers

Santa Barbara to be lit up in blue as part of this campaign. Other buildings are planned. With the exception of the Sea Center, lighting will remain up through the month of May. “We are so honored to participate in this important moment of recognition and appreciation,” noted SBMNH President & CEO Luke J. Swetland. “The Sea Center floats magically above our beautiful, blue channel. Bathing it in calming light is a wonderful way to show our community’s love and support for those who are taking care of the most fragile among us.” The public is encouraged to admire the illuminated buildings from afar and avoid gathering at the sites, continuing the practice of maintaining social distancing to protect public

sign up for a free subscription. If your business is about to re-open, we applaud you. Consider an advertisement. We have ads that fit anyone’s budget. Or, consider an outright gift. Our readers have been very supportive in the past and we thank them for their generosity over the weeks and years. You are important to us and keep us going. 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 nonprofits, the businesses and government agencies working on the front lines by providing important public information, and business and personal news to sustain community life. And, we’ll continue to support our creative community with stories, information, reviews, and news. For the past 26 years VOICE Magazine (AKA CASA Magazine) has remained free to Santa Barbara residents, both in print and digitally. With your continued support we are planning to 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

safety and prevent the spread of COVID-19. “The Lobero has been a part of the Santa Barbara community for nearly 150 years, and we’re happy to show our support for all the health-care workers, first responders, and essential workers today. Thanks for all you’re doing,” added Lobero Executive Director David Asbell. The #LightItBlue campaign started on March 26th when landmark and historic buildings in the United Kingdom were lit blue as a salute to healthcare providers responding to the COVID-19 public health crisis. Since then, hundreds of buildings, bridges, entertainment halls, and landmarks across the globe have joined in. For more information on the #LightItBlue campaign, visit makeitblue.us.

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College Ave. 721 Cliff Drive 375 Ellwood Be Franklin Community Center 1er jueves, 9am Coast Valley Worship Center 1er sábado, 9am 2548 S.420 Broadway Acres Santa Rita Village Soares Ave. 926 W.Ranch Apricot Ave 1pm-3pm, viernes, 9am-11am El último sábado de cada mes, 8:30am miércoles, 2:30p-4pm Franklin Community 1er jueves, 9am 1136 E. Cada Montecito St. Center , 12pm-2pm UCSB Nipomo Fo 2548 S. Broadway Cada martes, 10am-11am ACTUALIZADO MAYO 5 DISTRIBUCIONES DE ALIMENTOS DE EMERGENCIA 1050 Escalante Dr. Goleta Valley Church 926 Apricot 10:30am Ave 3er jueves, 9:30am-11am 4toW. miércoles, 1136 E. Montecito St. 3er martes, 1:30pm Catholic Charities Positano Apartments UCSB 197 W. Teff 2837 UCEN (Solo Children’s Park (Lower Westside) Cada martes, 10am-11am 4to martes, 3pm 595 N. 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Alamar Ave. Cada50 lunes y miércoles 515 W. College Ave. Bethania Lutheran Church 1er sábado, 9am 3er martes, 1pm-2:30pm Beatitude House 1pm-3pm, viernes, 9am-11am El último sábado de cada mes, 8:30am 603 Atterdag Rd. Goleta Valley Church 267 Campodonico Ave. Cada martes, 4pm-6pm GracePark Food PantryWestside) Catholic Charities Children’s (Lower 595 N. 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ANTA BARBARA, YOUR WINERIES NEED YOU, JUST AS MUCH AS YOUR RESTAURANTS DO. While it is true that they can’t be open at all for a wine tasting, many of them are open with the aim of keeping their clientele... and also staying alive. Like restaurants, they have a lot of employees, and they need to keep them working just as much as any restaurant does. Many of the wineries in town are doing pick-up. Some are even offering free delivery within reasonable distance, and usually with a minimum order of bottles. And, of course, they can ship the wine to you if you are reading this online from afar. Yes, most are open limited hours for pick-up. But they are open. So take a look at some of our favorite wineries with wine tasting rooms here in Santa Barbara. This is your opportunity to load up on wonderful local wine!

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Ryan Carr has been making wonderful wine since 1999. He chooses his grapes from a wide net of vineyards around the Santa Barbara area. We have just loved his Syrahs and Grenaches for years. Ryan is offering to ship wine for $1, an amazing deal! He is also offering ten percent off orders of twelve or more bottles. (25 percent if you are in the wine club!) He has trios of select wine at ten percent off.

Pali is doing something rather unique. They are doing mystery six packs of wine for $99 and $119. What is in the six pack is up to them... but it is curated, so it isn’t totally random. The ‘White and Pink Mystery’ six pack and the ‘Mixed Mystery’ six packs are $99. For $119 you get the ‘Red Mystery’ six pack. All this and free shipping too? What could be more fun from a team that focuses on the wonders of individual vineyards?

Carr Winery • 414 N. Salsipuedes St • 805-965-7985 • Open: Curbside Pickup Noon to 4pm Monday and Friday • www.CarrWinery.com

Whitcraft Winery Whitcraft is beloved for their Chardonnays. They also sneak in little gems like Lagrein and Gamay wines in their lineup. And they never fine or filter their wines, which helps the taste of the grape in the field shine through. Whitcraft is offering ten percent off all wines for curbside pickup, or 15 percent if you are wine club member. Orders of six bottles or of more than $250 also receive free shipping. Whitcraft Winery • 36A South Calle Cesar Chavez • 805-730-1680 • Open: Curbside Pickup Noon to 4pm Monday and Friday • www.WhitcraftWinery.com

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Municipal Winemakers We are big fans of Dave Potter’s Syrahs and sparkling wines. (When he does his Syrah sparkling wine, buy half a case!) And his wine labels alone are worth the price of the bottle as artwork to sit on your bookshelf. Municipal is offering free shipping and free local delivery. Phone for details. Municipal Winemakers • 22 Anacapa St • 805-931-6864 • Closed. Delivery only • www.MunicipalWinemakers.com

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Happy Canyon Vineyard Happy Canyon is the only place in Southern California to have the right micro-climate to grow Cabernet Sauvignon properly. Happy Canyon Vineyards takes good advantage of the hillsides to grow a Cabernet grape that is lower in alcohol than the standard Napa Cab. We really like that a lot. Their other Bordeaux blends also pack quite a punch. They are offering free shipping on six or more bottles of wine. Happy Canyon Vineyard • 30 El Paseo • 805-203-0749 • Closed: Delivery only • www.HappyCanyonVineyard.com

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