VOICE Magazine: July 23, 2021

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To wear a mask? % of SB County Fully Vaccinated

COVID-19 Stats on the rise in Santa Barbara County and around the country*


In This Issue Community News. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 7, 16, 21 MAW Review by Robert F. Adams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Music Academy of the West Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . 12 Sigrid Toye: Harbor Voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 John Palminteri’s Community VOICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Harlan Green: Economic Voice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Community Market. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 SBCC Theatre Group Review by Daisy Scott. . . . . . . 24 Galleries & Art Venues. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 5 - 2 7 * * Español y Inglés

Calendar... 8-11*

Movies... 8

x2 concert: Renaissance to the 19th Century will feature Faculty Artist Paul Merkelo and Academy Fellows

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Hahn Hall • Sat., July 24th 7:30pm • Lobero Theatre

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virtuousic and a blast to play. This fall I’m recording a music documentary for piano and trumpet called Gershwin’s World where we will premiere new arrangements in a classical -meets -jazz idiom. It will feature the “influencers “ who inspired Gershwin like Ravel, Stravinsky, Duke Ellington, and Louis Armstrong.

x2 concert: Renaissance to the 19th Century

What are you looking forward to at the x2 Concert? Is Giovanni Barieli’s Sonata piano forte special to you?

By Kerry Methner

X2 Concerts continue

Saturday July 24th 7:30pm Hahn Hall The program will include: GIOVANNI GABRIELI Sonata pian’ e forte Paul Merkelo*, Noah Dugan, Federico Montez trumpets; Ian Mertes flugelhorn; Will Padfield horn; Carlos Jiménez Fernández, Jonathan McNeer trombones; Cristina Cutts Dougherty tuba CLAUDE-PAUL TAFFANEL Wind Quintet in G Minor Arin Sarkissian flute, Rodion Belousov oboe, Keeheon Nam clarinet, Eleni Katz bassoon, David Cailliet Alexander horn CHARLES MARTIN LOEFFLER Four Poems Sun-Ly Pierce mezzo-soprano, Richard O’Neill* viola, Alexander Soloway piano *faculty artist


ITH AN EXPLOSION OF VIBRANCY balanced by the lyrical work for which he’s known on the international stage, MAW Faculty artist and trumpet soloist Paul Merkelo will take to the stage on Saturday, July 24th at 7:30pm in Hahn Hall. In the midst of a talented ensemble of academy fellows and Faculty Artist Richard O’Neill, the audience will experience what x2 concerts are all about: “The most talented apprentices meeting master mentors.” Merkelo has been on the faculty at the Music Academy since 2005, and has graced stages from Montreal, where he has been Principal Trumpet with the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal since 1995, to China, and back to Lincoln Center, with stops in Melbourne, South America, and the United Kingdom. With multiple honors and a his voracious appetite for performance, he’ll be inspiring local audiences in x2: Renaissance to the 19th Century. Merkelo took time out from his Academy schedule to share his thoughts and and answer some questions for VOICE readers. Why brass? How did you select trumpet?

I chose trumpet because of the sound; the resonance and vibrancy of tone sounded like a singer to me. For tickets, visit www.musicacademy.org or call the Ticket Office (805-969-8787) Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm

What kind of music brings out the best in brass?

Brass music can be

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Interview with Faculty Artist

Paul Merkelo

July 23, 2021

MAW Faculty Artist Paul Merkelo

interpreted in a large variety of repertoire and styles. The possibility of tonal colours from a skilled player is as diverse as the human voice. Obviously one tends to think of brass in terms of fanfare, nobility, and powerful playing, but some of my favourite composers, such as Gustav Mahler, wrote extensive lyrical solos in his symphonies that are so deeply moving and poignant. What do you love about performing?

What I love most about performing, especially recently in reaction to the cancellation of so many concerts due to the pandemic, is being able to connect to an audience. The inspiration that I feel when I listen to music, tells a storyline that our imagination conjured, simply from sound. This is magical and vital for our spiritual development. My challenge is to constantly work harder in the practice room so I can create my own musical story for each piece. The challenge is to go beyond the technique to convey emotion.

What is special about mentoring or teaching?

Teaching is something that I didn’t think about early on in my career. I know now that it’s one of the most important aspects of my career . I was blessed to study with tremendous teachers who not only gave me invaluable advice on the instrument, but also mentored me on the pressures and expectations that come from being a professional musician. What’s important for a soloist? For a trumpet soloist?

As a soloist I’m constantly working to develop my own voice as an artist, and to push myself with transcriptions, new arrangements, and new composers. In Santa Barbara, one of my close friends is Chris Fossek, a world class virtuoso guitarist. When I heard him play, I started imagining how trumpet could be integrated into his soundscape. We have since recorded multiple videos and performed original compositions and a heavy emphasis on Macedonian/ Gypsy music which is highly

I am really looking forward to performing the Gabrieli this Saturday night.This is a side-by-side event where I will perform with our brass fellows from MAW. This kind of experience is very inspiring to me as it gives us a unique chance to work together in rehearsal and onstage to create a homogeneous, sonorous, and collaborative interpretation. Gabrieli composed this in an antiphonal style in the 16th century. This particular work contrasts the most delicate and moving soft passages with grandiose forte playing of the highest nobility. n

This kind of experience is very inspiring to me as it gives us a unique chance to work together in rehearsal and onstage to create a homogeneous, sonorous, and collaborative interpretation. – Paul Merkelo Follow paulmerkelo on IG, FB YOUTUBE, and SPOTIFY for latest videos, recordings, and projects. www.paulmerkelotrumpet.com

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July 23, 2021

Join Us For Fiesta 2021!

Fiesta 2021 is fast-approaching and Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara is thankful to everyone that has worked hard to make the following Fiesta events possible. We’ve included dates and start times as some of the events have new start times in 2021. Please enjoy the celebration, and we look forward to more events, including the Fiesta parade El Desfile Histórico and Mercado del Norte, added back to the schedule in 2022. Viva la Fiesta!

One Time Events

Recurring Events

LA RECEPCIÓN DEL PRESIDENTE 5:00 –10:00 p.m., Carriage and Western Art Museum, $$ Every year, the La Recepción del Presidente kicks off Fiesta week. A wonderful evening in the beautiful outdoor Carriage and Western Art Museum, this event brings together Fiesta history with the excitement of the Fiesta to come and is traditionally highly attended by Past Presidentes, city dignitaries and other officials. With guests in their finest Fiesta attire, the evening includes a delicious dinner, entertainment by the Spirits of Fiesta and concludes with dancing under the stars as the sun sets over the Pacific Ocean.

EL MERCADO DE LA GUERRA 11:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m., De La Guerra Plaza, FREE Stroll through the colorful Fiesta market (across from City Hall) to feast on Spanish and Mexican-American foods, shop for crafts and souvenirs, and enjoy live entertainment all day and into the evening. Numerous local Non-profit groups serve up a wide variety of food and beverages.

Sunday, August 1

Wednesday, August 4

LA FIESTA PEQUEÑA 6:30 p.m., Old Mission Santa Barbara, FREE As the August sun slowly sets behind the “Queen of the Missions,” experience the Franciscan’s hospitality as they welcome all to enjoy the official opening of Old Spanish Days Fiesta at this beautiful setting as they have since 1927. La Fiesta Pequeña, “Little Fiesta,” is a colorful, historical program which includes traditional songs and dance from Californios, Flamenco, Spanish classical and Mexican folklorico, an appearance from Saint Barbara, and special performances from the 2021 Spirit and Jr. Spirit. This KEYT3 televised event attracts thousands of local spectators and is free to the public.

Thursday, August 5

LA MISA DEL PRESIDENTE 10:00 a.m., Old Mission Santa Barbara, FREE The Saint Barbara Parish invites all to enjoy mass in the main church of Old Mission Santa Barbara. La Misa is held in honor of this year’s La Presidenta, celebrating both the long-standing relationship between the Old Mission and Old Spanish Days, and the entire Fiesta community. Open to the public. For information, call Old Mission Santa Barbara (805) 682-4713.

August 4 – August 7

Thursday, August 5

August 5 – 7

DIGS! (CELEBRACIÓN DE LOS DIGNATARIOS) 5:00–10:00 p.m., Santa Barbara Zoo, $$ Fiesta is back! DIGS at the Santa Barbara Zoo in 2021 features small bites, premium bars, and local breweries and wineries. This upscale, all-inclusive catered event includes music by local favorite DJ Hecktik and dancing on the Zoo’s iconic hilltop. The fare and libations pair perfectly with a stunning sunset over the Pacific and a stroll through the lush gardens of the Zoo. Come experience the best of what the Central Coast has to offer at the Fiesta of the year! For guests 21+ only.

LAS NOCHES DE RONDA 8:00 p.m., Courthouse Sunken Garden, FREE “Nights of Gaiety,” held in the famous Sunken Garden of the beautiful Santa Barbara County Courthouse, draws as many as 4,000 spectators each night. The evening performances feature spectacular dances and songs from the fire of flamenco to the charm of Mexican folklorico dances. Over 200 performers entertain nightly and donate their time to this wonderful event.

Friday, August 6

ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Cabrillo Blvd. west of Stearns Wharf, FREE Stroll along the beautiful beachfront Cabrillo Boulevard just West of Stearns Wharf and browse for handmade treasures created by local artisans. Enjoy the arts and crafts while you take in Santa Barbara’s beautiful marina and a spectacular view of our coastal mountains.

FLOR Y CANTO 7:00 p.m., Courthouse Sunken Garden, FREE Here is a rare opportunity to see the original Spanish California dances & songs of the 19th century. Step back in time to a rancho party of the 1840s! Interwoven with historic narration, these unique songs & dances are performed much as they would have been 170 years ago, accompanied on acoustic instruments, all by local residents in authentic costume. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the show in the Courthouse Sunken Garden.

Saturday, August 7

TARDES DE RONDA 1:00–5:00 p.m., Courthouse Sunken Garden, FREE Held in the historical Sunken Gardens on Saturday afternoon, the always highly attended “Afternoon of Gaiety” features performers under the age of sixteen.

August 7 – 8

August 6 – 8

OLD SPANISH DAYS STOCK HORSE SHOW 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Earl Warren Showgrounds, FREE Riding and roping contests date back to the 1800’s in California, and the Rodeo dates back to the very first Fiesta 97 years ago. Visit www.sbfiestarodeo.org for more event information and updates.

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Community News Cancer Foundation of SB Announces New Board Officers


he Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara, which is dedicated to ensuring everyone has access to quality care, has recently welcomed new board members.


C. MICHAEL COONEY has been elected to serve as the new Board Chair for the Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara Board of Trustees. He assumes this position after serving on the Board of Trustees in various other roles over the last ten years. Beyond his work with CFSB, Cooney C. Michael Cooney is a current member of the Board of Trustees for the Outhwaite Foundation and serves on the state Commission on Teacher Credentialing. He also serves on the Santa Barbara County Planning Commission. PRISCILLA HIGGINS, PHD, will assume the position of Vice Chair for the Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara Board of Trustees. Serving on the Board of Trustees since 2016, Higgins’ past experiences include chairing the Outreach and Stewardship and Nominating Committees. Priscilla Higgins She is a Santa Ynez Valley resident and philanthropist, and through her work has made a difference in the direction of CFSB and its commitment to patients and families. KRISTEN BLABEY has been elected to serve as Secretary for the Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara Board of Trustees. She currently works as a partner at Price, Postel & Parma, where she specializes in estate planning, probate and trust administration. In addition to her new role Kristen Blabey on the CFSB Board, Blabey is the chair of the organization’s Outreach and Stewardship Committee, and is the mother of three young children. PATRICIA MACFARLANE will serve as Treasurer for the Cancer Foundation Board of Trustees. She first joined the CFSB Board in 2018, and has held the position of Finance Chair since 2019. A dedicated community member, MacFarlane has acted as a committed local volunteer for Patricia MacFarlane 20 years, previously acting as the Board President of the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara and the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Now, beyond her work with CFSB, she serves on the UCSB Arts & Lectures Council and the Board of Trustees for Cate School.

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SB Audubon Society Announces New Board Officers


HE SANTA BARBARA AUDUBON SOCIETY, known for their mission to protect local birdlife and habitats, while also educating the community about the importance of birds, has welcomed new officers to its board of directors, including Janice Levasheff who will serve as board president. www.santabarbaraaudubon.org

JANICE LEVASHEFF is the incoming President of the SBAS Board, previously serving as both Publicity Chair and Membership Chair. Prior to joining SBAS, she worked in contracts management at Santa Barbara Research Center/ Raytheon Vision Systems for 30 years. She also served as PTA President at her child’s school Janice Levasheff within the Ellwood/Goleta Union School District. A lover of nature since childhood, Levasheff enjoys not only being able to help protect birds and their habitats, but share the joy of birds with others through SBAS. She holds her bachelor of arts degree in art from Humboldt State University. BRIANA SAPP will serve as the SBAS Board Vice President. The Director of Marketing and Communications for the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Sapp became familiar with SBAS through its Eyes in the Sky education program. Previously, she acted as Deputy Briana Sapp to the Associate Vice Provost & Executive Director and Interim Director of Marketing & Communications, UC Education Abroad Program. Sapp has also served on the boards of Anti-Defamation League and the Young Adult Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater SB. She holds her master’s degree in international politics from the Universite de Paris-Sud XII.

SAM FRANZ will serve as the SBAS Board’s Membership Chair. Currently, she works as the Santa Barbara Zoo’s Sponsorship & Corporate Giving Officer, previously serving as a volunteer and Interpretation Manager at the SB Museum of Natural History and Sea Center. There, she created various learning opportunities and research projects for staff Sam Franz members. While attending the University of Tampa in Florida, Franz was a women’s volleyball athlete, with her team ultimately achieving first place in the Sunshine State Conference 2007 to 2010. She also earned her Master of Marine Affairs degree at the University of Washington.

CORRECTION: Last week VOICE reported

that Antioch University is mandating that those who come to their campus be vaccinated. This was incorrect. They clarified the school expects but does not mandate that students, staff, and faculty be vaccinated. “Antioch is not mandating vaccinations, per se, but rather has established an expectation. It is a subtle distinction, but an important one,” wrote Barbara Lipinski, PhD, JD, Antioch Provost and Chief Executive Officer. “Antioch University strongly views vaccination as a civic duty for the common good, thus our present thinking is that we expect everyone who enters the campus will be vaccinated. We will also encourage everyone on campus to wear masks.”

Fairfield Farm Equestrian Facility Opens in Santa Ynez


QUESTRIANS LONGING FOR THE FEEL of an East Coast-style riding club need look no further than the new Fairfield Farm equestrian facility in the Santa Ynez Valley. Recently opened by ClaudeLee Johnson, the 20-acre horse farm offers a two-story barn with 30 stalls, a jumper ring, an Olympicregulation size dressage ring, nine all-weather turnouts including irrigated grass paddocks, and a 300’ by 250’ grass field. “It’s a prime facility with huge turnouts. It’s ideal living for a horse,” Johnson said. “This is like a playground for the rider, with the grass field, the jumps and the dressage ring. I built it as I would have wanted it. It’s above and beyond the norm.” Johnson moved to the Santa Barbara area from Long Island in 2018, and was inspired to create Fairfield Farm to provide services and culture similar to East Coast riding clubs to the Central Coast. Today, the facility’s stalls feature amenities such as custom latches, individual fans, and automated waterers and fly spray systems. Additionally, jumper and dresser rings are safe for all-weather riding, and the facility is currently working to install a wire mesh barrier to protect against gopher holes across the entire property. Horses are exercised and evaluated by facility staff each day. Membership for general boarding begins at $1,500 per month, with full care and training available for increased fees. Private riding lessons are also available for adults and children alike. For more information, visit www.fairfield.farm

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The County Recommends Masking Indoors For Everyone Precautionary Measure Against Increased Circulation of COVID-19


HE COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA RECOMMENDS MASKING INDOORS FOR EVERYONE, as a Precaution Against Increased Circulation of COVID-19. As of July 16, Santa Barbara's reported daily case rate is now 3.6 per 100,000 and rising. With cases of COVID-19 rising locally and increased circulation of the highly transmissible Delta variant, the County of Santa Barbara recommends that everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks indoors in public places as an extra precautionary measure for those who are fully vaccinated, and to ensure easy verification that all unvaccinated people are masked in those settings. As of July, the Delta variants comprised 50 percent of all specimens sequenced in California, and continues to rise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) noted that Delta variants are now responsible for 58 percent of new infections across the country. Fully vaccinated people are well-protected from infections and serious illness due to known COVID-19 variants including Delta variants, and vaccinating as many people as possible, as soon as possible, continues to be our best defense against severe COVID-19 infection, and the harm it can do to our region. Vaccines are safe, effective, free, and widely available to everyone 12 and older. Out of an abundance of caution, people are recommended to wear masks indoors in settings like grocery or retail stores, theaters, and family entertainment centers, even if they are fully vaccinated as an added layer of protection for unvaccinated residents. Businesses are urged to adopt universal masking requirements for customers entering indoor areas of their businesses to provide better protection to their employees and customers. Workplaces must comply with Cal/OSHA requirements and fully vaccinated employees are encouraged to wear masks indoors if their employer has not confirmed the vaccination status of those around them. “It remains critically important that we continue to practice safety guidelines such as staying home if feeling ill, wear a mask in public indoor settings, avoid crowded events, and practice good hand hygiene,” said Dr. Henning Ansorg, County Health Officer. For masks to work properly, they need to completely cover your nose and mouth and fit snugly against the sides of your face and around your nose. The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department will revisit this recommendation in the coming weeks as they continue to monitor transmission rates, hospitalizations, deaths, and increasing vaccination rates throughout the region. “We have a method of preventing severe illness and hospitalization from the COVID-19 Delta variant which we know is effective, and that is getting vaccinated,” said Santa Barbara Public Health Director Dr. Van Do-Reynoso. “It remains critical for protection against infection, especially with circulating variants.” People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. People with only one vaccine dose of Pfizer or Moderna are not fully protected. Completion of the vaccine series is necessary to provide full protection.

Visit our website to learn where you can find a vaccination site near you or call 2-1-1. If you missed your second dose, please find a vaccination clinic near you. www.PublicHealthSBC.org • (805) 364-2750


El Condado Recomienda El Uso De Cubrebocas Para Todos Cuando Esten Bajo Techo Medida de Precaución Contra el Aumento de la Circulación de COVID-19


L CONDADO DE SANTA BÁRBARA RECOMIENDA EL USO DE CUBREBOCAS PARA TODOS CUANDO ESTÉN BAJO TECHO, como precaución contra el aumento de la circulación del COVID-19. A partir del 16 de julio, la cifra de casos diarios notificados en Santa Bárbara es ahora de 3,6 por cada 100.000 y va en aumento. Con el aumento de los casos de COVID-19 a nivel local y la mayor circulación de la variante Delta, altamente transmisible, el Condado de Santa Bárbara recomienda que todo el mundo, independientemente del estado de vacunación, use un cubrebocas en los lugares públicos como medida de precaución adicional para los que están totalmente vacunados, y para garantizar una fácil verificación de que todas las personas no vacunadas usen un cubrebocas en esos entornos. En el mes de julio, las variantes Delta constituían el 50% de todas las muestras procesadas en California, y siguen aumentando. Los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC) señalaron que las variantes Delta son ahora responsables del 58% de las nuevas infecciones en todo el país. Las personas totalmente vacunadas están bien protegidas contra las infecciones y las enfermedades graves debidas a las variantes conocidas de COVID-19, incluidas las variantes Delta, y la vacunación del mayor número de personas posible, sigue siendo nuestra mejor defensa contra la infección grave por COVID-19, y el daño que puede causar en nuestra región. Las vacunas son seguras, eficaces, gratuitas y ampliamente disponibles para todas las personas mayores de 12 años. En un afán de precaución, se recomienda a las personas que usen cubrebocas cuando estén bajo techo,como tiendas de comestibles o de venta al por menor, teatros y centros de entretenimiento familiar, incluso si están totalmente vacunados, como una capa adicional de protección para los residentes no vacunados. Se recomienda a las empresas que adopten el requerimiento del uso de cubrebocas universal para los clientes que entren en las zonas interiores de sus negocios para ofrecer una mejor protección a sus empleados y clientes. Los lugares de trabajo deben cumplir con los requisitos de Cal/OSHA y se anima a los empleados totalmente vacunados a que usen un cubrebocas en el interior si su empleador no ha confirmado el estado de vacunación de quienes les rodean. “Sigue siendo muy importante que sigamos practicando las guías de seguridad, como quedarnos en casa si nos sentimos mal, usar un cubrebocas en lugares públicos cerrados, evitar los eventos con mucha gente y practicar una buena higiene de las manos”, ha dicho el Dr. Henning Ansorg, Director del Departamento de Salud. Para que los cubrebocas funcionen correctamente, deben cubrir completamente la nariz, la boca y ajustarse bien a los lados de la cara y alrededor de la nariz. El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Santa Bárbara volverá a revisar esta recomendación en las próximas semanas, ya que siguen supervisando las cifras de transmisión, las hospitalizaciones, los fallecimientos y el aumento del número de vacunación en toda la región. “Tenemos un método para prevenir la severa enfermedad y la hospitalización a causa de la variante COVID-19 Delta, es vacunarse, es un método seguro y eficaz,” dijo el Director de Salud Pública de Santa Bárbara, el Dr. Van Do-Reynoso. “Sigue siendo fundamental para la protección contra la infección, especialmente con las variantes flotantes”. Se considera que las personas están completamente vacunadas después de dos semanas de su segunda dosis en una serie de 2 dosis, como las vacunas Pfizer o Moderna, o dos semanas después de una vacuna de una sola dosis, como la vacuna Johnson & Johnson. Las personas con una sola dosis de la vacuna Pfizer o Moderna no están totalmente protegidas. Es necesario completar la serie de vacunas para obtener una protección completa. Visite nuestra página web para informarse dónde puede encontrar un centro de vacunación cerca de usted o llame al 2-1-1. Si no recibió la segunda dosis, busque una clínica de vacunación cerca de usted. Para obtener más información sobre las vacunas contra el COVID-19, por favor visite https://espanol.publichealthsbc.org/ • (800) 400-1572


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SERIE ANUAL DE CINE ASIÁTICO AMERICANO: SALTAMONTES PARA EL ABUELO Proyección de películas y sesión de preguntas y respuestas con el cineasta Casey McGarry • SB Trust for Historic Preservation • Gratis • www.sbthp.org/calendar • 6pm viernes, 7/23.

In Person & Online Activities for Everyone Actividades en persona y en línea para todos

MOVIE NIGHTS AT THE MART Watch movies in the Mart Courtyard • Montecito Country Mart, 1016 Coast Village Rd. at Hot Springs, SB • https://tinyurl.com/s57t5uns • 6pm Fr through 9/3.


NOCHES DE CINE EN EL MART Ve películas en el Mart Courtyard • Montecito Country Mart, 1016 Coast Village Rd. en Hot Springs, SB • https://tinyurl.com/s57t5uns • 6pm de viernes a 9/3.

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Explore local history as the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation hosts a free online film screening of Grasshopper for Grandpa at 6pm Friday, July 23rd. Part of the organization’s 12th Annual Asian American Film Series, the film focuses on the local restaurant Jimmy’s Oriental Gardens, which was operated by Tommy Chung for over 60 years. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Casey McGarry. Visit www.sbthp.org/calendar

Explora la historia local mientras el Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation presenta una película en línea gratuita de Grasshopper for Grandpa a las 6pm el viernes, 23 de julio. Como parte de la Serie Anual de Cine Asiático Americano de la organización, la película se centra en el restaurante local Jimmy’s Oriental Gardens, que fue operado por Tommy Chung durante más de 60 años. La proyección será seguida por una sesión de preguntas y respuestas con el cineasta Casey McGarry. Visita www.sbthp.org/calendar

Friday • viernes


DANCE | BAILE DANCE STUDIO CLASS IN THE PARK Salsa and bachata dance classes • ME Sabor Dance Studio, Oak Park Stage at 500 W. Alamar Av • www.mesabordancestudio.com/classes • $12 • Weekly, Mo and Fr. CLASE DE ESTUDIO DE BAILE EN EL PARQUE Clases de baile de salsa y bachata • ME Sabor Dance Studio, Oak Park Stage en 500 W. Alamar Av • www.mesabordancestudio.com/classes • $12 • Semanal, lunes y viernes.

LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES WINNING SURFING GOLD WITH SHAUN TOMSON Virtual presentation • Partnership with Airbnb • $30 • https://tinyurl.com/yxv28u8v • 12pm Fr, 7/23-8/1. GANAR EL ORO EN SURF CON SHAUN TOMSON Presentación virtual • Asociación con Airbnb • $30 • https://tinyurl.com/yxv28u8v • 12pm viernes, 7/23-8/1.

PACIFIC PRIDE FOUNDATION PROUD YOUTH GROUP 4:30-6:30pm Fridays via Zoom. RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/y7qs3qbf. GRUPO JUVENIL ORGULLOSO DE PACIFIC PRIDE FOUNDATION Se reúne de 4:30-6:30pm viernes a través de Zoom. Reserva tu lugar en https://tinyurl.com/y7qs3qbf.

CARING FOR CHILDREN WISELY: THE BASIS OF YOUR BUDGET Virtual presentation taught by Women Economic Ventures • SB Public Library • Free • https://tinyurl.com/6265wn4a • 6pm Fr, 7/23. CUIDAR SABIAMENTE A LOS NIÑOS: LA BASE DE TU PRESUPUESTO Presentación virtual impartida por Women Economic Ventures • Biblioteca pública de SB • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/6265wn4a • 6pm viernes, 7/23.

MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO 12TH ANNUAL ASIAN AMERICAN FILM SERIES: GRASSHOPPER FOR GRANDPA Film screening and Q&A with filmmaker Casey McGarry • SB Trust for Historic Preservation • Free • www.sbthp.org/calendar • 6pm Fr, 7/23.

Online series of screenings & discussions between SBIFF’s programmers & filmmakers. View a short film online each week, followed by a live virtual conversation on Thursdays at 6pm. To sign up for a talk or to watch past talks visit https://sbiff.org/filmtalk/

July 23, 2021

LUKE THEATRE’S VIRTUAL CONCERT/THEATRE SERIES SB Singer/songwriter Mendeleyev; Resonance; Pianos at The Luke; Jackson Gillies in Concert & At Home • Free at www.luketheatre.org SERIE DE CONCIERTO/TEATRO VIRTUALES DEL TEATRO LUKE El Cantante y compositor de SB Mendeleyev; Resonancia; Pianos at The Luke; Jackson Gillies en Concierto. Gratis en www.luketheatre.org

LOBERO THEATRE LIVE STREAMS Support the Lobero by watching their virtual concerts including, John Kay, KT Tunstall, and Pianos on State. For tickets (Free-$15) visit www.lobero.org/series/live-streaming TRANSMISIONES EN VIVO DEL TEATRO LOBERO Apoya al Teatro Lobero para ver sus ofertas de conciertos virtuales, incluyendo John Kay, KT Tunstall y Pianos on State. Para boletos (Gratis-$15) visita www.lobero.org/series/live-streaming

CHARLA DE CINE SBIFF Una serie en línea de proyecciones y debates entre los programadores y cineastas de SBIFF. Cada semana, un cortometraje estará disponible en línea, seguido de una conversación virtual en vivo los jueves a las 6pm. Para inscribirte en una charla o ver charlas anteriores, visita https://sbiff.org/filmtalk/

MUSIC | MÚSICA VENTURA MUSIC FESTIVAL Celebrate the return of live performance • Pacifica High School Performing Arts Center, Oxnard • $15-70 • https://tinyurl.com/zmvnxfay • 8pm Fr, 7/23-7/25. FESTIVAL DE MÚSICA DE VENTURA Celebra el regreso de la presentación en vivo • Pacifica High School Performing Arts Center, Oxnard • $15-70 • https://tinyurl.com/zmvnxfay • 8pm viernes, 7/23-7/25.

TOGETHER - A MUSICAL JOURNEY In-person concert celebrating shared experiences • PCPA Theatre, Solvang • $35 • www.pcpa.org/plays/Together • 7/21-8/8. JUNTOS - UN VIAJE MUSICAL Concierto en persona para celebrar experiencias compartidas • Teatro PCPA, Solvang • $35 • www.pcpa.org/plays/Together • 7/21-8/8. ROAR & POUR Live music, food, and drink The Granada, Opera Santa Barbara, and The Good Lion • Outside the Good Lion/Granada Theatre, 6pm Th. ROAR & POUR Música en vivo, comida y bebida • The Granada, Opera Santa Barbara y The Good Lion • Afuera del Good Lion / Teatro Granada, 6pm jueves.

Let’s Go To The M O V I E S NORTH S.B. COUNTY THEATRES Movie Listings for 7/23/21-7/29/21 MOVIES LOMPOC • (805) 736-1558 / 736-0146 BLACK WIDOW -PG13Fri 4-7 | Sat-Sun 1-4-7 | Mon-Thu 4-7 SPACE JAM 2 -PGFri 4:30-7 | Sat-Sun 2:30-4:30-7 | Mon-Thu 4:30-7 OLD -PG13Fri 4:30-7 | Sat-Sun 2-4:30-7 | Mon-Thu 4:30-7 SNAKE EYES: GI JOE ORIGINS -PG13Fri 4:30-7 | Sat-Sun 2-4:30-7 | Mon-Thu 4:30-7 HI-WAY DRIVE-IN, SANTA MARIA (805) 937-3515

SPACE JAM 2 -PGStarts @ 8:30 PETER RABBIT 2 -PGGeneral Admission $11.50 / Kids $8.50 / Seniors $8 BOX OFFICE OPEN 7:30-10:45pm Fr & Sa | 7:45-9:45pm Su-Th RADIO ACTIVE @ 92.1 FM • Find Us On Facebook – Hi Way Drive In PARKS PLAZA – CLOSED • (805) 688-7434 All Screens Now Presented In Dolby Digital Projection and Dolby Digital Sound!


OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE SPOOKY TOURS WITH SANTA BARBARA GHOST TOURS Professor Julie Ann Brown tours you through Downtown Santa Barbara sharing the stories of local resident ghosts • $35-$150 • www.sbghosttour.com RECORRIDOS ESPELUZNANTES CON SANTA BARBARA GHOST TOURS La profesora Julie Ann Brown recorre el centro de Santa Bárbara compartiendo las historias de los fantasmas residentes locales • $ 35-$150 • www.sbghosttour.com

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES MARNI X LOTUSLAND POP UP A by appointment only pop-up experience • Ganna Walska Lotusland • Contact eri_hoxha@marni.com or 310-717-4480 for details • 7/21-7/23. POP UP DE MARNI X LOTUSLAND Una experiencia emergente solo con cita previa • Ganna Walska Lotusland • Para más detalles envia un correo electrónico a eri_hoxha@marni. com o llama al 310-717-4480 • 7/21-7/23.

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Space Jam: A New Legacy (PG): Fri, Mon-Thur: 2:15, 5:00, 7:45. Sat/Sun: 1:15, 2:15, 5:00, 7:45. The Forever Purge (R): Fri-Wed: 5:30, 8:15. Thur: 5:30. F9 The Fast Saga (PG13): Fri: 4:45, 8:00. Sat/Sun: 1:30, 4:45, 8:00.Mon-Wed: 2:20, 4:45, 8:00. Thur: 2:20, 4:45. The Green Knight* (R): Thur: 8:15. Stillwater* (R): Thur: 8:00.



Old* (PG13): Fri-Wed: 1:30, 2:45(LP), 4:10, 5:20(LP), 6:45, 8:00(LP), 9:30. Thur: 1:30, 2:45(LP), 4:10, 6:45, 9:30. The Escape Room: Touranment of Champions (PG13): Fri-Thur: 1:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:20. Black Widow (PG13): Fri-Thur: 12:45, 3:15, 6:15, 9:15. Jungle Cruise* (PG13): Thur: 6:30(LP), 9:25.

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Snake Eyes* (PG13): Fri, Sat/Sun: 1:15, 2:45, 4:00, 5:30, 6:45, 8:15, 9:35. Mon-Wed: 2:45, 4:00, 5:30, 6:45, 8:15, 9:35. Thur: 2:45, 4:00, 5:30, 6:45, 9:35. Old* (PG13): Fri, Sat-Thur: 1:45, 4:30, 7:00, 9:45. The Escape Room: Touranment of Champions (PG13): Fri, Sat/Sun: 1:00, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40. Mon-Wed: 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:40. Thur: 3:10, 5:20. Black Widow (PG13): Fri, Sat/Sun: 12:30, 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30. Mon-Wed: 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30. Thur: 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, 8:00. Jungle Cruise* (PG12): Thur: 6:30, 8:15, 9:20.


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Snake Eyes* (PG13): Fri:, Sat/Sun: 1:00, 3:45, 6:30, 9:15. Mon-Thur: 2:30, 5:15, 8:05. Joe Bell (R): Fri, Sat/Sun: 2:00, 4:40, 7:00, 9:25. Mon-Wed: 3:20, 5:45, 8:15. Thur: 3:20, 5:45. Val (R): Fri, Sat/Sun1:20, 4:10, 6:45, 9:20. Mon-Thur: 2:45, 5:20, 7:55. Space Jam: A New Legacy (PG): Fri, Sat/Sun: 12:45, 3:30, 6:20, 9:00. Mon-Thur: 2:00, 4:45, 7:30. Roadrunner (R): Fri, Sat/Sun: 2:15, 5:00, 7:45. Mon-Thur: 2:15, 5:00, 7:45. Stillwater* (R): Thur: 8:15.

Black Widow (PG13): Fri, Mon-Wed: 4:45, 7:45. Sat/Sun: 1:45, 4:45, 7:45. Thur: 4:30. Jungle Cruise* (PG13): Thur: 7:45.

Saturday • sábado 7.24.21 MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Live performance • Stage Left Productions • San Marcos High School Theater • $15-25 • www.stageleftsb.com • 2 and 7pm Sa, 7/24-7/25. SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL Presentación en vivo • Stage Left Productions • Teatro de San Marcos High School • $15-25 • www.stageleftsb.com • 2 y 7pm sábado, 7/24-7/25.

MUSIC | MÚSICA SB CHORAL SOCIETY AUDITIONS Audition to join this year’s season • SB Choral Society • www.sbchoral.org/2021/07/auditions_2021 • Contact auditions@sbchoral.org or (805)-9656577 to schedule 7/24 audition.

AUDICIONES DE LA SOCIEDAD CORAL DE SB Audición para unirse a la temporada de este año • SB Choral Society • www.sbchoral.org/2021/07/auditions_2021 • Manda un correo electrónico a auditions@sbchoral.org o llama al (805) 965-6577 para programar la audición 7/24.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE HERB WALK AT BARON RANCH Learn about native medicinal plants • Artemisia Academy • Baron Ranch, 14550 Calle Real, Goleta • $20-50 • https://tinyurl.com/sppzdskc • 10am Sa, 7/24. PASEO DE HIERBAS EN BARON RANCH Aprende sobre plantas medicinales nativas • Artemisia Academy • Rancho Baron, 14550 Calle Real, Goleta • $20-50 • https://tinyurl.com/sppzdskc • 10am sábado, 7/24.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES GROOVIN IN THE GROVE CLASSIC CAR & VINTAGE TRAVEL TRAILER SHOW Benefiting the SB Elks Lodge • 150 N. Kellogg Ave, SB • Free • www.groovininthegrove.org • 9am-4pm Sa, 7/24. GROOVIN EN LA ARBOLEDA - EL SHOW DE REMOLQUES DE VIAJES ANTIGUOS Y AUTOS CLÁSICOS Envento para beneficiar al SB Elks Lodge • 150 N. Kellogg Ave, SB • Gratis • www.groovininthegrove.org • 9 am-4pm sábado, 7/24.


Santa Barbara Ghost Tours Walk with Professor Julie as she shares tales of mystery and history... & meet friendly spirits... Call or text to schedule your walking tour! • 805-905-9019


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Benefiting Mental Wellness Center • Alma Rosa Vineyards, Buellton • $50 • https://tinyurl.com/ayej2u3z • 9am Sa, 7/24. PEACE OF MIND LIVE CAMINATA Y RECAUDACIÓN DE FONDOS Envento para beneficiar al centro de bienestar mental • Alma Rosa Vineyards, Buellton • $50 • https://tinyurl.com/ayej2u3z • 9am-4pm sábado, 7/24.

PETAL TO THE METAL Classic Italian car show, art, and online auction benefiting Ganna Walska Lotusland • https://lotuslandcelebrates.org • 12-3pm Sa, 7/24-7/25. PÉTALO AL METAL Exposición de automóviles clásicos italianos, arte y subasta en línea para beneficiar a Ganna Walska Lotusland • https://lotuslandcelebrates.org • 12-3pm sábado, 7/24-7/25.

JEWELRY SHOW & BOOK SIGNING Benefitting Montecito Friendship Center • Peregrine Galleries, 1133 Coast Village Rd, Montcito • 12-5pm Sa, 7/24. DEMOSTRACIÓN DE JOYERÍA Y FIRMA DE LIBROS Evento para beneficiar a Montecito Friendship Center • Peregrine Galleries, 1133 Coast Village Rd, Montecito • 12-5pm sábado, 7/24.

TEQUILA & TACO MUSIC FESTIVAL Enjoy quality food, drinks, and music • Ventura County Fairgrounds • $20-25 • www.tequilaandtacomusicfestival.com • 1-9:30pm Sa, 7/24-7/25. FESTIVAL DE MÚSICA DE TEQUILA Y TACOS Disfruta de comida, bebidas y música de calidad • Ventura County Fairgrounds • $20-25 • www.tequilaandtacomusicfestival.com • 1-9:30pm sábado, 7/24-7/25.

PRIDE PICNIC SANTA BARBARA Enjoy a picnic and games • SB Gay Men’s Group • Free • Shoreline Park, SB • 1-4pm Sa, 7/24. PICNIC DE ORGULLO DE SANTA BÁRBARA Disfruta de un picnic y juegos • SB Gay Men’s Group • Gratis • Shoreline Park, SB • 1-4pm sábado, 7/24.

Government meetinGs • reuniones Gubernamentales SOUTH BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW • 9am Fr, 7/23. Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6 JUNTA SUR DE REVISIÓN ARQUITECTÓNICA • 9am viernes, 7/23. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

SB COUNTY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR • 9am Mo, 7/26. Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6 ADMINISTRADOR DE ZONIFICACIÓN DEL CONDADO DE SB • 9am lunes, 7/26. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

CITY OF SB SINGLE FAMILY DESIGN BOARD consent agenda review • 11am Mo, 7/26. Learn more https://tinyurl.com/45c5yx5c REVISIÓN DE LA AGENDA DE CONSENTIMIENTO DE LA JUNTA DE DISEÑO DE VIVIENDA UNIFAMILIAR DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 11am lunes, 7/26. Para más información visita https://tinyurl.com/45c5yx5c CITY OF SB ARCHITECTURAL BOARD OF REVIEW

consent agenda review • 1pm Mo, 7/26. Learn more www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ABR REVISIÓN DE LA AGENDA DE CONSENTIMIENTO DE LA JUNTA DE REVISIÓN DE ARQUITECTURA DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 1pm lunes, 7/26. Para más información visita www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ABR

CITY OF SB ARCHITECTURAL BOARD OF REVIEW • 3pm Mo, 7/26. Learn more www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ABR JUNTA DE REVISIÓN DE ARQUITECTURA DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 3pm lunes, 7/26. Para más información visita www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ABR

https://tinyurl.com/zcrmn7f9 REUNIÓN DEL AYUNTAMIENTO DE SB • 2pm martes, 7/27. Para más información visita https://tinyurl.com/zcrmn7f9

SB COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION • 9am We, 7/28. Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6 COMISIÓN DE PLANIFICACIÓN DEL CONDADO DE SB • 9am miércoles, 7/28. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6 SB STAFF HEARING OFFICER • 9am We, 7/28. Learn more

www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/SHO OFICIAL DE AUDIENCIAS DEL PERSONAL DE SB • 9am miércoles, 7/28. Para más información visita www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/SHO


4pm We, 7/28. Learn more https://tinyurl.com/yeusmsyr COMISIÓN DE PARQUES Y RECREACIÓN DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 4pm miércoles, 7/28. Para más información visita https://tinyurl.com/yeusmsyr


1pm Th, 7/29. Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6 JUNTA DE REVISIÓN ARQUITECTÓNICA DE MONTECITO • 1pm jueves, 7/29. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6


CITY OF SB SIGN COMMITTEE • 9am Tu, 7/27. Learn more

Learn more https://fb.me/e/Qu2cgWkT REUNIÓN PÚBLICA: ACTUALIZACIÓN DEL PROYECTO Y EL PATIO DE JUEGOS EN DWIGHT MURPHY FIELD • 6pm jueves, 7/29. Para más información visita https://fb.me/e/Qu2cgWkT

SB CITY COUNCIL MEETING • 2pm Tu, 7/27. Learn more

NORTH BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW • 9am Fr, 7/30. Agenda to be posted https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6 JUNTA NORTE DE REVISIÓN ARQUITECTÓNICA • 9am viernes, 7/30. La agenda se publicará en https://tinyurl.com/uaywfsj6

www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/SIGN COMITÉ DE CARTELES DE LA CIUDAD DE SB • 9am martes, 7/27. Para más información visita www.SantaBarbaraCA.gov/SIGN

Help support the Montecito Friendship Center this weekend as Peregrine Galleries hosts its Federico Jewelry Show & Book Signing on Saturday, July 24th. Food, drinks, and live music from Tony Ybarra will be hosted from 123pm, with a book signing of Federico: One Man’s Remarkable Journey from Tututepec to L.A. held 3-5pm. A portion of all proceeds will be donated. Ayuda a apoyar al Montecito Friendship Center este fin de semana, ya que Peregrine Galleries presenta su Demostración de joyería Federico y firma de libros el sábado, 24 de julio. La comida, las bebidas y la música en vivo de Tony Ybarra se llevarán a cabo de 12 a 3pm, con un evento de firma de libros de Federico: One Man’s Remarkable Journey from Tututepec to L.A. que se llevará a cabo de 3 a 5pm. Se donará una parte de todas las ganancias. Courtesy photo

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Sunday • domingo 7.25.21 OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE HIKE THE ARROYO HONDO PRESERVE Mondays & Wednesdays, 12:30 to 3pm and the first & third weekends, Saturdays & Sundays from 10am to 12:30pm and 12:30pm to 3pm. Free • https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge CAMINA EN LA RESERVA ARROYO HONDO los lunes y miércoles de 12:30 a 3pm y el primer y tercer fin de semana del mes, sábados y domingos de 10am a 12:30pm y de 12:30pm a 3pm. La visita es gratuita • https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge

Monday • lunes


LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES I AM PRESENCE MANIFESTATION GROUP In-person meeting • Unity Church of SB • $10 • Contact 928-451-0890 or blissbabe2@gmail. com • 6pm Mo, 7/26. SOY - EL GRUPO DE MANIFESTACIÓN DE PRESENCIA Reunión en persona • Unity Church of SB • $10 • Llama al 928-451-0890 o manda un correo electrónico a blissbabe2@gmail.com • 6pm lunes, 7/26.

TUTORÍA TÉCNICA PARA RECURSOS DE LA BIBLIOTECA Sesiones de tutoría individual • Biblioteca Montecito • Gratis • Con cita, www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default. asp • 10 am-12pm martes.

TEEN ADVISORY BOARD Help plan and provide input on library programs • Eastside Library • https://tinyurl.com/4zz63j5x • 4pm Tu, 7/27. JUNTA ASESORA DE ADOLESCENTES Ayuda a planificar y proporcionar información sobre los programas de la biblioteca • Biblioteca del lado este • https://tinyurl.com/4zz63j5x • 4pm martes, 7/27.

VIRTUAL SPANISH CONVERSATION GROUP - INTERMEDIATE Practice Spanish language in a natural way • SB Public Library • Free • www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp • 4:30-5:30pm Tu. GRUPO VIRTUAL DE CONVERSACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL – INTERMEDIO Practica el idioma español de forma natural • Biblioteca pública SB • Gratis • www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp • 4:30-5:30pm martes.



With author Eileen Horne, The Devil You Know • Chaucer’s Books • Free • https://tinyurl.com/426amdpy • 7pm Tu, 7/27.

LUNCH AT THE LIBRARY Children up to age 18 can pick up a free, nutritious meal • Central Library, Santa Barbara • Free, no registration needed • 11:30am12:30pm Mo-Fr, through 8/13.

DISCUSIÓN DEL AUTOR VIRTUAL DE CHAUCER’S Con la autora Eileen Horne, The Devil You Know • Chaucer’s Books • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/426amdpy • 7pm martes, 7/27.

ALMUERZO EN LA BIBLIOTECA Los niños de hasta 18 años pueden recoger una comida nutritiva y gratuita • Biblioteca Central, Santa Bárbara • Gratis, no es necesario registrarse • De 11:30am a 12:30pm de lunes a viernes hasta el 8/13.

Tuesday • martes 7.27.21 LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES TECH TUTORING FOR LIBRARY RESOURCES One-on-one tutoring sessions • Montecito Library • Free • By appointment, www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default. asp • 10am-12pm Tu.

MUSIC | MÚSICA NOONTIME AT HOME Join Opera Santa Barbara for this free, weekly digital concert series at 12pm each Tuesday. Learn more and view at https://tinyurl.com/y76xkfdn MEDIODÍA EN CASA Únete a Opera Santa Barbara para esta serie de conciertos digitales semanales gratuitos a las 12pm todos los martes. Obtén más información y disfruta en https://tinyurl.com/y76xkfdn

Wednesday • miércoles 7.28.21 CHILDREN | NIÑOS STORYWALK IN THE PARK Enjoy a story and outdoor activities • SB Public Library • Oak Park • Free • 10:30am-12pm We, 7/28.


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CHAUCER’S VIRTUAL CHAT With author Luke Epplin, Our Team • Chaucer’s Books • Free • https://tinyurl.com/vas8x3jz • 7pm We, 7/28. CHAT VIRTUAL DE CHAUCER’S Con el autor Luke Epplin, Our Team • Chaucer’s books • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/vas8x3jz • 7pm miércoles, 7/28.

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Enjoy stunning piano performances from Music Academy of the West fellows as the Granada Theatre hosts a Solo Piano Competition beginning at 4pm Wednesday, July 28th. Competing fellows include Alexander Lee Agate, León Bernsdorf, Nan Ni, Arthur Wang, and Hsin-Hao Yang, with winners receiving a commissioned work to perform by Mosher Guest Artist Conrad Tao. Purchase tickets ($10-40, ages 7-17 free) at https://tinyurl.com/duhfeusp Disfruta de las impresionantes presentaciones de piano de los becarios de Music Academy of the West, ya que el Teatro Granada organizará un Concurso de Piano Solo a partir de las 4pm el miércoles, 28 de julio. Los becarios que competirán incluyen a Alexander Lee Agate, León Bernsdorf, Nan Ni, Arthur Wang y Hsin-Hao Yang, y los ganadores recibirán un trabajo encargado por el artista invitado de Mosher, Conrad Tao. Compra boletos ($10-40, niños de 7 a 17 años gratis) en https://tinyurl.com/duhfeusp

WEDNESDAY GIRLS EMPOWERMENT CAMP A camp to support and inspire girls • Camps with Coaches, hosted at Leadbetter Beach • $35 • https://tinyurl.com/32xavf6s • 4-6pm We. CAMPAMENTO DE EMPODERAMIENTO DE LAS NIÑAS DE LOS MIÉRCOLES Un campamento para apoyar e inspirar a las niñas • Campamentos con entrenadores, organizados en Leadbetter Beach • $35 • https://tinyurl.com/32xavf6s • 4-6pm miércoles.

LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES NEW TO MEDICARE Virtual presentation • Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program • Free • www.CentralCoastSeniors.org • 2pm We, 7/28. NUEVO A MEDICARE Presentación virtual • Programa de asesoramiento y defensa de seguros de salud • Gratis • www.CentralCoastSeniors.org • 2pm miércoles, 7/28.

SOLO PIANO COMPETITION With Music Academy of the West fellows • Granada Theatre, SB • Free-$40 • https://tinyurl.com/duhfeusp • 4pm We, 7/28. CONCURSO DE PIANO SOLO Con becarios de Music Academy of the West • Granada Theatre, SB • Gratis- $ 40 • https://tinyurl.com/duhfeusp • 4pm miércoles, 7/28.


MICRÓFONO ABIERTO - COMEDIA STAND-UP Disfruta de los comediantes locales • Mel’s Cocktail Lounge, 209 W Carrillo St., SB • 7pm miércoles.

PROUD OLDER ADULT GROUP For LGBTQ+ folks and allies ages 50+ • Pacific Pride Foundation • Free • https://tinyurl.com/86s5ry5p • 12-1pm Th.


GRUPO DE ADULTOS MAYORES ORGULLOSOS Para personas y aliados LGBTQ + mayores de 50 años • Pacific Pride Foundation • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/86s5ry5p • 12-1pm jueves.

In-person show • Wine Therapy, 732 State St, SB • $20-25 • https://tinyurl.com/2drujzyk • 8pm We, 7/28. PROGRAMA DE COMEDIA PROTAGONIZADO POR MOSES STORM Espectáculo en persona • Wine Therapy, 732 State St, SB • $20-25 • https://tinyurl.com/2drujzyk • 8pm miércoles, 7/28.

For all English language learners • Free • www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default. asp • 4:30-5:30pm We.


A French conversation group, all levels welcome • Arnoldi’s Cafe, 600 Olive St., SB • Free • http://sbfrenchgroup.yolasite.com • 5:30-7:30pm We. EL CÍRCULO FRANCÉS Un grupo de conversación en francés, todos los niveles son bienvenidos • Arnoldi’s Cafe, 600 Olive St., SB • http://sbfrenchgroup.yolasite.com • Gratis • 5:30-7:30pm miércoles.

VIRTUAL AUTHOR TALK Featuring author Sabaa Tahir, An Ember in the Ashes • SB Public Library • Free • https://tinyurl.com/xpherwfp • 5:30pm We, 7/28. CHARLA VIRTUAL CON EL AUTOR Presentado por el autor Sabaa Tahir, An Ember in the Ashes • SB Public Library • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/xpherwfp • 5:30pm miércoles, 7/28.

Sumergete en la historia del surf mientras el Santa Barbara Maritime Museum le da la bienvenida a la autora Vicky Durand para una charla sobre su libro Wave Woman: The Life and Struggles of a Surfing Pioneer a las 4pm del jueves, 29 de julio. Durand estará acompañada por Heather Hudson, productora de 93 Letters from Marge y The Women of the Waves. La asistencia es gratuita con la entrada al museo, pero se requiere reserva. Visita https://tinyurl.com/yduzbt2t

OPEN MIC STAND-UP COMEDY Enjoy local comedians • Mel’s Cocktail Lounge, 209 W Carrillo St., SB • 7pm We.

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Dive into surfing history as the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum welcomes author Vicky Durand for a talk on her book Wave Woman: The Life and Struggles of a Surfing Pioneer at 4pm Thursday, July 29th. Durand will be joined by Heather Hudson, producer of 93 Letters from Marge and The Women of the Waves films. Attendance is free with museum admission, but reservations are required. Visit https://tinyurl.com/yduzbt2t



GRUPO DE CONVERSACIÓN VIRTUAL EN INGLÉS DE LA BIBLIOTECA PÚBLICA DE SB Para todos los estudiantes del idioma inglés • Gratis • www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default. asp • 4:30-5:30pm los miércoles.

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EXÁMENES DE DETECCIÓN DE CÁNCER: CÓMO PROTEGERTE Y PROTEGER A TU FAMILIA Presentación virtual • Ridley-Tree Cancer Center y Cottage Health • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/yhnt2jdz • 6pm miércoles, 7/28.

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Virtual presentation • Ridley-Tree Cancer Center and Cottage Health • Free • https://tinyurl.com/yhnt2jdz • 6pm We, 7/28.

InCONTINUES Person &/ CONTINÚA Online Activities for Everyone Actividades en persona y en línea para todos

STORYWALK EN EL PARQUE Disfruta de una historia y actividades al aire libre • Biblioteca pública SB • Oak Park • Gratis • 10:30am-12pm miércoles, 7/28.

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MUSIC AND MOVEMENT Class for children and their caregivers • SB Public Library • Free • Alameda Park • 10:3011am Th. MÚSICA Y MOVIMIENTO Clase para niños y sus cuidadores • Biblioteca pública SB • Gratis • Parque Alameda • 10:30-11am jueves.

BABY AND ME Focuses on developing babies’ pre-literacy skills • SB Public Library • Free • Alameda Park • 11:15-11:45am Th. BEBÉ Y YO Se enfoca en el desarrollo de las habilidades previas a la alfabetización de los bebés • Biblioteca pública SB • Gratis • Parque Alameda • 11:15-11:45am jueves.

KIDS SALSA CLASSES For kids aged 6 to 10 • ME Sabor Dance Studio, Oak Park Stage, 600 W Junipero St. • Open enrollment https://tinyurl.com/ycljdnsx • 4-5pm Th. CLASES DE SALSA PARA NIÑOS Para niños de 6 a 10 años • ME Sabor Dance Studio, Oak Park Stage, 600 W Junipero St. • Inscripción abierta https://tinyurl.com/ycljdnsx • 4-5pm jueves.

WAVE WOMEN Book talk with author Vicky Durand and producer Heather Hudson • SB Maritime Museum • Free with museum admission • https://tinyurl.com/yduzbt2t • 4pm Th, 7/29. MUJERES OLA Charla sobre el libro con la autora Vicky Durand y la productora Heather Hudson • SB Maritime Museum • Gratis con la entrada al museo • https://tinyurl.com/yduzbt2t • 4pm jueves, 7/29.

MEN IN BLACK Y GALAXY QUEST Disfruta de los clásicos de ciencia ficción desde tu automóvil • UCSB Arts & Lectures • West Wind Drive-In, Goleta • Gratis • www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu • Puertas abiertas a las 7pm, películas a las 8:30pm jueves, 7/29.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE CARPINTERIA BIRDWATCHERS VIRTUAL MEETINGS Evening birdwatching classes • Free, all ages & ability levels. 4-5:15pm Thursdays via Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/y9rheypj REUNIONES VIRTUALES DE OBSERVADORES DE AVES DE CARPINTERIA Clases nocturnas de observación de aves • Gratis, todas las edades y niveles de habilidad. 4-5:15pm los jueves a través de Zoom: https://tinyurl.com/y9rheypj

CHAUCER’S VIRTUAL CHAT With author A. Natasha Joukovsky, The Portrait of a Mirror • Chaucer’s Books • Free • https://tinyurl.com/4sckdzs2 • 6pm Th, 7/29. CHAT VIRTUAL DE CHAUCER Con la autora A. Natasha Joukovsky, The Portrait of a Mirror • Chaucer’s Books • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/4sckdzs2 • 6pm jueves, 7/29.

THE ARCHITECTURE OF INDIA A summer lecture series by Dr. Allan Langdale • Architectural Foundation of SB • $10 per lecture, $80 for all • https://tinyurl.com/pmrcuw6d • 6:45pm Th, through 8/19. LA ARQUITECTURA DE LA INDIA Una serie de conferencias de verano a cargo del Dr. Allan Langdale • Architectural Foundation of SB • $10 por conferencia, $80 por todas • https://tinyurl.com/pmrcuw6d • 6:45pm jueves, hasta el 8/19.

MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO MEN IN BLACK AND GALAXY QUEST Enjoy sci-fi classics from your car • UCSB Arts & Lectures • West Wind Drive-In, Goleta • Free • www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu • gates open 7pm, films 8:30pm Th, 7/29.

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Get ready for lift off as UCSB Arts & Lectures hosts a free double feature screening of Men in Black and Galaxy Quest at West Wind Drive-In on Thursday, July 29th. Gates will open at 7pm before the movies begin at 8:30pm, with viewers admitted on a first come, first serve basis. Early arrivers will be greeted with a live performance by Joystix, food trucks, concession, and prize drawings. Visit www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu Prepárate para el despegue, ya que UCSB Arts & Lectures presenta una proyección doble gratuita de Men in Black y Galaxy Quest en West Wind Drive-In el jueves, 29 de julio. Las puertas se abrirán a las 7pm antes de que comiencen las películas a las 8:30pm, y los espectadores serán admitidos por orden de llegada. Los que lleguen temprano serán recibidos con una presentación en vivo de Joystix, camiones de comida, concesiones y sorteos de premios. Visita www.artsandlectures.ucsb.edu

TABLAO MUSEO STATE STREET PROMENADE MARKET Located on the 900 & 1000 blocks of State St between Carrillo and Figueroa Sts • 3 to 7:30pm Thursdays • https://tinyurl.com/yx9v4pmd MERCADO DEL STATE STREET PROMENADE Ubicado en las cuadras 900 y 1000 de la Calle State entre las Calles Carrillo y Figueroa • https://tinyurl.com/yx9v4pmd 3 a 7:30pm los jueves •

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES COCKTAILS & CONVERSATIONS Celebrate and learn more about Girls Inc. of Carpinteria • 5315 Foothill Road, Carpinteria • RSVP to alexa@girlsinc-carp.org or 805-6846364 • 6pm Th, 7/29. CÓCTELES Y CONVERSACIONES Celebra y aprende más sobre Girls Inc. de Carpinteria • 5315 Foothill Road, Carpinteria • Confirma tu asistencia a alexa@girlsinc-carp.org o llama al 805-684-6364 • 6pm jueves, 7/29.

Flamenco show under the stars • SB Historical Museum courtyard • Sold out, waiting list available • www.sbhistorical.org • 7pm Th, 7/29. TABLAO MUSEO Espectáculo de flamenco bajo las estrellas • Patio del SB Historical Museum • Agotado, lista de espera disponible • www.sbhistorical.org • 7pm jueves, 7/29.

BEAR CAVE COMEDY With Noah Copfer, Ahmed Al Kadri, Vivian Storm, and more • The Cruisery, 501 State St, SB • $15 • https://tinyurl.com/w5fy8 • 7pm Th, 7/29. COMEDIA DE LA CUEVA DEL OSO Con Noah Copfer, Ahmed Al Kadri, Vivian Storm y más • The Cruisery, 501 State St, SB • $15 • https://tinyurl.com/w5fy8 • 7pm jueves, 7/29.

Friday • viernes


MOVIES & THEATRE | CINE Y TEATRO 12TH ANNUAL ASIAN AMERICAN FILM SERIES: SONZAI: JAPANTOWN SANTA BARBARA Film screening and Q&A with film’s directors • SB Trust for Historic Preservation • Free • www.sbthp.org/calendar • 6pm Fr, 7/30. SERIE ANUAL DE CINE ASIÁTICO AMERICANO: SONZAI: JAPANTOWN SANTA BARBARA Proyección de películas y sesión de preguntas y respuestas con directores de cine • SB Trust for Historic Preservation • Gratis • www.sbthp.org/calendar • 6pm viernes, 7/30.

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AN EVENING WITH ZACH GILL Also featuring special musical guests • Lobero Theatre, SB • https://tinyurl.com/4hd7sbp2 • Free • 6pm Sa, 7/31. UNA VELADA CON ZACH GILL También con invitados musicales especiales • Lobero Theatre, SB • https://tinyurl.com/4hd7sbp2 • Gratis • 6pm sábado, 7/31.

JACKSON GILLIES AND COMPANY Presentación en vivo de la banda local • Teatro Alcazar, Carpinteria • https://tinyurl.com/2awhhe73 • $20 • 6:30pm sábado, 7/31.

APPALACHIAN SPRING WITH MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS Featuring Music Academy Chamber Orchestra • Granada Theatre, SB • Free-$55 • https://tinyurl.com/yns6u6s3 • 7:30pm Sa, 7/31. PRIMAVERA DE LOS APALACHES CON MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS Presentando la Orquesta de Cámara de Music Academy of the West • Granada Theatre, SB • Gratis-$55 • https://tinyurl.com/yns6u6s3 • 7:30pm sábado, 7/31.

OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE COMMUNITY YOGA CLASS Drop-in, free yoga class • Paseo Nuevo Upper Arts Terrace, on 2nd floor • https://tinyurl.com/2xc9tcfj • 9-10am Sa, 7/31. CLASE DE YOGA COMUNITARIA Clase de yoga gratuita sin cita previa • Terraza de Paseo Nuevo, en el segundo piso • https://tinyurl.com/2xc9tcfj • 9 a 10am, sábado 7/31.

SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES MUSEUM MARKETPLACE Discover antiques, collectibles, and more • Carpinteria Valley Museum of History • 8am3pm Sa, 7/31. MERCADO DEL MUSEO Descubre antigüedades, coleccionables y más • Carpinteria Valley Museum of History • 8am3pm sábado, 7/31.

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Live local band performance • Alcazar Theatre, Carpinteria • https://tinyurl.com/2awhhe73 • $20 • 6:30pm Sa, 7/31.

Celebrate the return of live performances to the Lobero Theatre as it hosts An Evening with Zach Gill and Special Guests at 6pm Saturday, July 31st. Free and open to the community, the performance will highlight multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter Zach Gill along with Steve Adams, Adam Topol, Spencer the Gardener, Joe Woodard, and Teka, and more. Seats are given on a first come, first serve basis up to 550 guests. Visit https://tinyurl.com/4hd7sbp2 Celebra el regreso de las presentaciones en vivo en el Teatro Lobero, ya que organiza Una velada con Zach Gill e Invitados Especiales a las 6pm el sábado, 31 de julio. Gratis y abierto a la comunidad, la presentación destacará al multiinstrumentista y cantante / compositor Zach Gill junto con Steve Adams, Adam Topol, Spencer the Gardener, Joe Woodard y Teka, y más. Los asientos se asignan por orden de llegada hasta 550 invitados. Visita https://tinyurl.com/4hd7sbp2

Sunday • domingo 8.1.21

the beautiful grounds • www.goletahistory.org • 11am to 2pm weekends.


RANCHO LA PATERA & STOW HOUSE Haz un recorrido, apoya la Tienda del Museo o disfruta de los hermosos jardines • www.goletahistory.org • De 11am a 2pm los fines de semana.

RANCHO LA PATERA & STOW HOUSE Take a tour, support the Museum Store, or enjoy


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Music Academy of the West

Michael Tilson Thomas Ignites Chamber Orchestra AMED CONDUCTOR MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS led a charged evening of music that wove through the The Granada Theatre with delicacy and grace during the Academy Chamber Orchestra performance on Saturday, July 17th. It was hard to believe that the players were not veteran musicians, the way they handled the demands of a triad of musical selections. Through a partnership with the London Symphony Orchestra, re-focused after the pandemic, the Academy Chamber Orchestra was led throughout labyrinths of musical journeys by a conductor who relishes a challenge, finding a tightrope level of precision and joy in the music. The first leaping-off point for the evening was Will Grant Still’s surprising Patterns in which rhythmic variations and themes proved to be a complex cauldron of musical fabric. Spending much of his career arranging for radio and theater orchestras, Still wrote Patterns late in his career which spanned from the late twenties. At times the piece as played by the Academy Orchestra, seemed progressive and expansively explosive, if even in short passages. At times the music brought to mind film composer Bernard Hermann’s work well found in fifties Alfred Hitchcock films such as The Trouble with Harry and Marnie especially at the outset in the Magic Crystal section. Maestro Tilson Thomas wove the baton unflaggingly and with delicate grace wrung the glittering music from the gathered musicians. Patterns was followed by Richard Wagner’s swooningly delicate Siegfried Idyll. The players found their moments and not a note was misfired in their moment-by-moment playing of the interwoven phrases. Wagner wrote the piece to be performed privately for his second wife and muse Cosima Von Bulow and started sketching the piece in 1864. The composition that remarked on his romantic feelings for her, emerging from a scandalous affair in 1866, has over time stood formidably tall as a unique Wagnerian jewel. Originally the Idyll was composed for a smaller 13-member chamber group and was first performed on Christmas Day in 1870 at the Wagner home in Tribschen, on the banks of Lake Lucerne in Switzerland. The work was even first described by Wagner as “Tribschen Idyll, with Fidi’s Bird Song and Orange Sunrise, presented as a Symphonic Birthday Greeting to his Cosima by her Richard, 1870.” The composition was eventually sold and published and parts of the Idyll found a place in Wagner’s masterpiece, The Ring, within the third act of Siegfried. From a musical secret to now an oft-performed classic, the Idyll rolled out exquisitely. At one point a passage emerges where the flute and clarinet have a bird-like song conversation, which was delightfully performed. Tilson Thomas vibrated with this piece and the orchestra reflected his deep understanding of the music. Credit could also be shared with the Granada’s phenomenal acoustics for this kind of music along with the principal players who included Keoni Bolding viola, Chas Barnard cello, Andrew Joseph Gantzer double bass, Julia Pyke flute, Ben Brogadir oboe, Gerbrich Meijer on the lilting clarinet, Vincent Igusa on bassoon, with David Calliet Alexander and Ian Mertes within the brass section, all able to conjure a magical sphere during this tone poem. Much to the pleasure of

the full house lucky enough to attend the concert, the Idyll concert may be one of the highlights of the rebounding music festival’s 2021 season of sounds. Johannes Brahms’ Serenade No. Two in A Major was the third and final selection of the evening. Comprised of five varying movements ranging from the opening Allegro moderato to the final Rondo, the composition was clearly well organized and displayed the associative talent of a young composer. Preceding his symphonies, the work was a demonstration of harmonic form and a precursor to his later more famous symphonic works. The serenade finds itself categorized as a Brahms exploration of full orchestral deployment. Folklike influences are embedded that exuded an earthy quality that echo passages Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas of Mozart’s glinting works, converted into a dazzling complexity in the last Rondo. Written in 1858 and 1859, the work was associated with the traditionalist music camp of Robert and Clara Schuman (a famed pianist in Germany at the1860s period) framing controversy between the Schumann camp and the Wagner camp, so it was an intriguing choice to include the Siegfried Idyll up against this serenade. Underneath the music, Maestro Tilson Thomas and the chamber players provided a strong evolving music palette, ranging from somber to delight, finding a sonic poetry within the charming core of the work. A gracious experience was the result and this youthful Brahms’ work was both interesting and entertaining. This concert was sponsored by Mary Lynn and Warren Staley. The Concertmaster for the performance was Matthew Hakkarainen. This partnership with the London Symphony Orchestra is supported by Lead Sponsors Linda and Michael Keston, as well as Mary Lynn and Warren Staley. Additional support was found in remembrances of Léni Fé Bland. A worthy evening of music, the concert was evidence that an extraordinary mentorship is evolving at the Music Academy under the evolved musical knowledge being shared at the festival. Photo by Phil Channing


By Robert F. Adams, Special to VOICE

Visit www.musicacademy.org to see upcoming events and programs this summer along with the calendar published each week in this magazine (below).

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THU, JUL 22, 7:30 PM – TAKÁCS QUARTET with ACADEMY FELLOWS CONCERT Hahn Hall Welcome Back! FRI, JUL 23, 7:30 PM – 21c LIEDERABEND Video Screening Premiere, Vocal Institute, Hahn Hall MON, JUL 26, 7:30 PM – MOSHER GUEST ARTIST COMPOSER TYSHAWN SOREY RECITAL Video Premiere Screening, Hahn Hall WED, JUL 28, 4 PM – SOLO PIANO COMPETITION Academy fellows, Granada Theatre THU, JUL 29, 7:30 PM – x2 SERIES MENDELSSOHN PIANO TRIO Academy fellows and teaching artists, Hahn Hall FRI, JUL 30, 7:30 PM – CHAMBER MUSIC SHOWCASE Academy fellows, Hahn Hall SAT, JUL 31, 7:30 PM – APPALACHIAN SPRING with MICHAEL TILSON THOMAS Academy Chamber Orchestra, Granada Theatre



VIOLIN THU, JUL 22, LEHMANN HALL, 1:30 PM Glenn Dicterow MON, JUL 26, HAHN HALL, 3:30 PM Glenn Dicterow VIOLA TUE, JUL 27, LEHMANN HALL, 1:30 PM Richard O’Neill


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CELLO MON, JUL 26, LEHMANN HALL, 1:30 PM David Geber OBOE FRI, JUL 23, LEHMANN HALL, 1:30 PM Eugene Izotov CLARINET THU, JUL 22, HAHN HALL, 3:30 PM Richie Hawley



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UCSB and SB Public Libraries Collaborate to Preserve Local History By Daisy Scott, VOICE


iesta celebrations of the past, the 1925 earthquake’s aftermath, and glimpses into everyday life a century ago are now carefully preserved thanks to a collaboration between the Santa Barbara Public Library and the UCSB Library. Previously stored by the SB Public Library, over 3,100 photographs collected by past local resident Edson Smith, as well as the SB Public Library’s own archives, have found a new home at the UCSB Library. There, they will be saved for generations to come, ensuring that Santa Barbara’s unique history is not lost to the passage of time. “The transfer of these materials to UCSB Special Collections definitely preserves them for posterity much better than had they remained at the local public library,” said Molly Wetta, Public Services Manager with SB Public Library. “We feel very fortunate that we were able to partner with them to preserve that local history.” This is not the first time these libraries have joined forces to honor local history. In 2019, the SB Public Library bestowed 104 issues of The Santa Barbara Gazette, the county’s first newspaper published between 1855-1857, to the UCSB Library Special Research Collections. These issues have been digitized by the UCSB Library for online viewing. Now, the SB Public Library has given more than 3,100 photos documenting Santa Barbara’s history to the UCSB Library Special Research Collections. Dating from the 1870s to 1940s, they were all collected by Santa Barbara resident Edson Smith, who lived from 1887 to 1947 and worked as a secretary of the Santa Barbara Club. The collection comprehensively captures the city’s early decades, depicting community celebrations, beloved landmarks, and the 1925 earthquake’s damage. There is even a 1920 photo of a SB Public Library librarian going into the Santa Barbara Waterworks Tunnel with books for the workmen at the Gibraltar Dam construction camp. “It just tells you that for as long as we’ve been around, librarians have been going the extra mile to ensure that people have access to books and educational materials,” commented Wetta. “And that’s still in line with our mission today.” The SB Public Library acquired Smith’s photos after his death, keeping them in filing cabinets and boxes due to a lack of preservation resources. However, in giving the photos to the UCSB Library, the collection is now stored in a proper, climate-controlled repository. Moreover, through a digitization project funded by Santa Barbara local John C. Woodward, anyone may view the photos online. Additionally, the SB Public Library has also given its own archives to the UCSB Library for preservation. Spanning the 1870s through the last decade, the archives contain a plethora of information on the library’s operations through the decades. They also provide a fascinating glimpse into the community’s history, including information on past Faulkner Gallery art exhibitions and local newspaper clippings. Ultimately, through the UCSB Library and the SB Public Library’s efforts, researchers, students, and curious community members alike will be able to appreciate these historic resources for years to come. “Santa Barbara is a town that really values its local history,” remarked Wetta. Photos from Edson Smith Collection

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City of SB Tax Results The City of Santa Barbara collected $2,229,391 in transient occupancy taxes (TOT) for June 2021, which were $1.4 million above last year’s June collections. June is the final month in the City’s fiscal year. To view the TOT table, visit https://tinyurl.com/aza62duv

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Council Appoints State Street Advisory Committee


By Mark Whitehurst / VOICE

OOKING FORWARD AT AMAZING POSSIBILITIES FOR DOWNTOWN SANTA BARBARA, a committee has been formed to advise the city on a new direction for the future of downtown that will impact planning with historical roots dating back more than a century. The city council selected ten individuals and appointed five others to form the State Street Advisory Committee at their regular meeting on Tuesday. The new committee will schedule a meeting within the next two weeks and will work with a full time city staff person, according to City Administrator Paul Casey. Serving on the committee and representing the business community will be Robin Elander, Kristen Miller, and Peter Lewis. At large members will be Kenneth Saxon, Hillary Blackerby, Dianne Meester Black, Dave Davis, Susanne Kortz Tejada, Roger Durling, Nadra Ehrman. Representing the Planning Commission will be Roxanne Bonderson and representing the Historic Landmarks Commission Ed Lenvik. Council members serving on the committee will be Alejandra Gutierrez, Mike Jordan, and Meagan Harmon. “I was impressed and even overwhelmed by the number of excellent

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applicants who stepped forward to participate in this important committee and define the community’s needs and wants related to State Street,” shared SB Mayor Cathy Murillo. “Even their interviews gave us great ideas about traffic circulation, activities for children and teenagers, how to deal with the change in retail spaces, and perspectives about the Promenade.” “I encourage everyone who was not appointed to participate as members of the public during what I anticipate will be a robust public comment environment as the committee’s meetings go forward,” she added. “The committee will help the city figure out how to handle parades, stormwater runoff and a possible stormwater assessment district, what to do about shuttle service and moving people up and down State Street, and general recommendations about programming the street with concerts, family activities, and generally making the downtown our village center.” The closure of several blocks of State Street, the emergence of parklets to expand outdoor services during the pandemic, housing needs, new business dynamics, and the creation of an economic development plan, lead the list of reasons additional planning is required by the city.



Downtown Rally A Worldwide Rally for Freedom will be held beginning at 12pm on Saturday, July 24th at Stearns Wharf in Santa Barbara. The march will end at De La Guerra Plaza, where presenters, food trucks, and music will be hosted. Visit www.standupsb.com

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Troy Fernandez, “Hawaiian Style Ukulele” celebrates the wonders of the tiny four stringed instrument as this worldrenowned ukulele master will perform traditional and contemporary treasures along with his hula girls on board the Condor Express. To enhance the Hawaiian style, all lady passengers will receive a complimentary lei. Enjoy light appetizers, with great authentic Hawaiian entertainment. Have fun and dress for the occasion with several of your friends! No Host Bar on board.

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Board & Brush — Creating Community Through Art


By Daisy Scott / VOICE

OCALS SEARCHING FOR A FUN, A CREATIVE OUTLET, or the chance to meet new people need look no further than Santa Barbara’s new Board & Brush Creative Studio. Operated by artistic duo Rachael Krieps Myles and Kelly Almeida, the business is the newest resident of the historic El Centro building at 31 East Canon Perdido Street. Inside, community members can embark on the original project of their choice through a range of guided, personalized workshops, all while enjoying fine beer and wine selections. “As much as it is about the beautiful project that you'll have and feel proud of and hang up in Board & Brush owners Kelly Almeida your home, and Rachael Krieps Myles I think it's absolutely so much equally about the experience,” shared Krieps Myles. Rachael and Kelly first met through the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, where Krieps Myles managed the museum’s docent, school, and camp programs, and Almeida worked as an intern and museum teacher. After working together for five years, Almeida eventually left the area to travel. When she returned, Krieps Myles approached her with a new idea — starting a Board & Brush Creative Studio in Santa Barbara.

Board & Brush is a national franchise, with 262 locations across the country. Upon hearing that two of her friends were looking to open studios in Santa Monica and San Diego, Krieps Myles grew inspired to launch a local studio, with Almeida as her partner. “Kelly and I's work history had proven we had a really unique skill set that worked well together, Kelly being the artist, me sort of being the manager of programs in the business end,” explained Krieps Myles. Now, two and a half years later, Krieps Myles and Almeida are inviting community members to participate in their studio’s “Pick Your Project” workshops. Each workshop costs $68 and hosts up to 20 people at a time. Upon registering, participants can select from over 600 designs of various projects that largely involve wood, such as clocks, signs, breakfast trays, and more. When the participants arrive at the studio, they are provided with their projects’ necessary supplies. Throughout their workshop, participants enjoy a glass of beer or wine, music, videos, and the opportunity to connect with their peers. Krieps Myles and Almeida are there with individual guidance to ensure that each project turns out just as its creator envisions. The studio can also be rented for private events. “That's a really great thing about Board

& Brush, it's so unique because we're not all creating the same thing, we're definitely creating different items that we need and want for our home or for a gift,” said Almeida. Krieps Myles and Almeida hope to host Board & Brush smaller workshops, events Grand Opening for nonprofits, children’s Celebration workshops, and collaborate ~ 5 to 7pm ~ with local breweries and Saturday, July 31st wineries in the future. In Attendance is free. the meantime, the team is No registration required. excited to offer locals a place to connect and be artistic. “We're just really hopeful that Board & Brush can be a really great staple for the community to come and have a place to create,” said Almeida. “We're just excited to offer something and to be a part of the business community in Santa Barbara.” www.boardandbrush.com/santabarbara

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Hollister Village Plaza shopping center, is close to UCSB and the Camino Real Marketplace. And now, Jeannine’s at the Shore, at the heart of the waterfront on 1 State Street. Not shabby locations, wouldn’t you agree? Now primarily under the direction of Alison Hardey, who is a co-owner along with her parents, Jeannine’s reputation and menu precedes its new location. Countless locals and tourists who drive to Santa Barbara from up and down the California coast look By Sigrid Toye, Special to VOICE forward to starting their day with one-of-a-kind pastries or a full INCE I’VE BEEN SEEN SNOOPING AROUND the breakfast. I can’t tell you how many times I have joined friends entrance to Stearns Wharf on the corner of Cabrillo and family sitting comfortably at Jeannine’s on Coast Village Road Boulevard and State Street at the heart of the City, I’d like sipping coffee and inhaling those tasty pastries. Alison, along to tell you that something else very special has made an with her other duties, continues to encourage her entire staff to appearance at that location. On July 1st, across the street from the be involved in local community efforts. Jeannine’s commitment beautiful dolphin statue on the northwest corner, Jeannine’s at to public service can been seen in their numerous contributions the Shore has opened its doors to the public, just in time for the to nonprofit organizations, including hospice, summer rush. local preschools, schools and colleges, the The new beachside Jeannine’s is located Breast Cancer Resource Center and Music in a hub of important legendary waterfront Academy of the West. As a further example, innovators – along the harbor walkway is following the Thomas Fire and the disastrous the Flag Project on the breakwater conceived debris flow of 2019, Jeannine’s opened its by the late Paul C. Mills, former director doors to offer a cup of coffee, a scone, a of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, and willingness to listen, and be a location for commissioner of the glorious Chromatic the community to get together and exchange Gate; the dolphin sculpture at the entrance of stories. Stearns Wharf created by the late Bud Bottoms On the subject of unexpected natural and installed in 1986; the The Harbor View events, the changes brought about by the Inn owned by the Romasanta family since COVID-19 pandemic have impacted entire Alison Hardey and Lalo Mendoza, 1982; and now the Hardey family who’ve restaurant manager communities worldwide, and Santa Barbara is owned the original Jeannine’s Restaurant and no exception. Bakery since the mid-1980’s. Opening a Jeannine’s on such a “The COVID environment has brought a lot of stress to all strategic corner in Santa Barbara is indeed the ideal place to be! the businesses here in town, ours included. It is only due to our Founded in 1987 by Eleanor and Gordon Hardey, Jeannine’s patient and dedicated staff and loyal customers that we have Restaurant and Bakery is family-owned with four locations in managed to make it... even to have the good fortune to open a Santa Barbara, the first of which in Montecito is well-known new restaurant!” Hardey exclaims. She quickly added, gratefully, throughout the Santa Barbara community for its yummy food “I’ve always had hope that miracles can happen... and they and friendly customer service – not to mention the visitors and have with the unrolling of the vaccines, the PPP loans to help locals who flood the place. Jeannine’s Santa Barbara location on us stay afloat, and the many generous gifts from those in our upper State Street is a meeting spot for area businesses as well community... like buying up more gift certificates than they could as shoppers and visitors. The Goleta Jeannine’s, located in the ever use!”

On the other hand, perhaps it’s the Hardey family’s philosophy of community involvement and generosity, the belief that we are all connected and responsible for one another, that has charted their course during these mercurial periods. “We are still living in uncertain times and we don’t know what’s just around the corner,” cautioned Hardey. “When we speak of others we are speaking of humanity itself therefore it is vital to be as cautious as possible in caring for ourselves while working to preserve the health of our community and the Planet that sustains us.” Thank you to the Hardey family for the many good times I’ve spent at Jeannine’s and hopefully my next visit to the new Jeannine’s at the Shore will include more than just pressing my nose against the glass. I’m looking forward to more of those special pastries and excellent company. Jeannine’s at the Shore is open at 1 State Street, Tuesday through Sunday from 7:30am to 2pm. 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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What’s Been Happening? Summer Cleanup

For sale by the Carpinteria school district, this 6.8 ACRE SITE IN SUMMERLAND is the focus of a community effort by some residents who gathered this past weekend to possibly buy and preserve it for farming and food needs. But that’s not the only option. What do you think? Find more information at : www.savesummerlandfarm.com or Carpinteria Unified School District www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIMmW_q9MyQ

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Carpinteria Property being considered for Preservation

Local Fire Out Keiki Paddle to Help Children July 18: Perfect day for the Keiki paddle at Leadbetter beach in Santa Barbara Saturday supporting children with life threatening illnesses.

A small vegetation fire on WEST CAMINO CIELO at Lizard’s Mouth has been stopped at less than an acre. Santa Barbara Co. Fire on the scene. A SUMMERTIME CLEANUP PLAN - Two Summerland teens have decided to pick up trash for school credit between June and October. From the beaches to the mountain trails they have been bagging it up, and exceeding their goals. Do you have a new location for them to visit? They are ready!

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Great Local Music!

Local Ties INDICTED - Tom Barrack, faces charges linked to his ties to former President Trump. Barrack and his Colony Capital once owned the former Neverland Ranch. His Santa Barbara County ties run deep with property, polo, and Happy Canyon Vineyards.

Local Firefighters in Northern CA From the FRONT LINE of two Northern California fires, 22 firefighters from Santa Barbara County agencies are there to save homes and take on big fire fights.

SOUNDING FANTASTIC! Carpinteria’s Will Breman who was a star on THE VOICE launches his summer tour at Old Town Coffee - Goleta. He was creative, spontaneous, a mix-master, unique, whimsical, and ready! Many cheers and he is making new fans at every stop. Check his tour dates.

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A Conversation on Critical Race Theory -- What It Is and What It Isn’t By Jerry Roberts / Newsmakers / www.newsmakerswithjr.com / July 18, 2021

Obviously there are exceptions, but it’s no longer socially acceptable to openly use a racial epithet in everyday conversation. We understand this, living in society, yet people AST MONTH, Google reported more online searches of the phrase “critical race still have these racial biases. The racial biases don’t go away just because we have the theory” than of “Joe Biden,” the President of the United States. Voting Rights Act of 1965, for example… You could look it up. Colorblind racism is, again, the sociological way of thinking about how people explain As the national debate about racism has proliferated in the year since the murder racial inequality without using the language of race. I’ll give you an example: One thing of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, “critical race theory” has that people do when they try to explain residential segregation is say, ‘well, it’s not a emerged as a kind of totem of the political conflict over race –– transforming from a onceobscure legal theory into an all-purpose symbol wielded primarily by conservatives to attack question of race. It’s a question of white people like to live near white people and Black people like to live near Black people.’ liberal policies and notions. And that’s a way of completely ignoring the decades-long history of housing At a time when more than a dozen Republican-controlled states are moving to pass laws discrimination in our society. It’s one way of talking about racial difference without banning certain teachings about racism which they attribute to “critical race theory” – while actually talking about race. And again, a focus on systemic racism allows us to unpack parents in public school districts across the nation are pushing the matter front and center these patterns. locally – Newsmakers invited UCSB educator Jean Beaman on the program for a conversation to help clarify some of the basic facts and concepts about Q: Critical race theory and the idea of systemic racism rest on an analysis of the U.S. as a series of power relationships. That’s very different than the idea of a country the controversy. based on the traditional, Enlightenment liberal order. With a PhD from Northwestern University, Dr. Beaman now is an Associate Professor of Sociology at UCSB, with affiliations with the Political A: Absolutely. Some people are very invested in the United States being founded Science and Global Studies departments, as well as the university’s Center on particular ideals. So when you really get into the history of slavery – and this is for Black Studies Research. thinking about Nikole Hannah-Jones and the 1619 Project, and why it’s so resonant, “Part of why we’re seeing such a backlash, is that what people are and why the backlash is so strong – is precisely because people are so invested in that attacking is not actually critical race theory –– it’s their own sort of narrative. perverted version of what it is,” she told us. “So part of what you’re If you say, ‘well, actually these ideals that form what we understand the United seeing now, with these laws that you’ve mentioned, is a sort of backlash States to be happened simultaneously with the subjugation of African Americans, to addressing the fact that racism is still a major problem in our society,” Dr. Jean Beaman and the simultaneous genocide of indigenous Americans,’ that offends that notion. Beaman added. Bringing those things together offends people, which is partly why you’re seeing this Check out our conversation with Dr. Jean Beaman on YouTube at backlash, but not just conservatives, more widespread… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGqDWHwHfng We all live in a society. Even though we’re individuals, we’re still living in a society or the podcast version at: https://soundcloud.com/user-915471161/jean-beaman – JR established in particular social structures that we either accept or confront, or both.


Some key excerpts, edited for length and clarity. Q: What is critical race theory – how would you define it?

A: Critical race theory is a legal framework, that is taught in law schools and in some sociology programs. Essentially, it’s a way of understanding how race and racism are not abnormal or aberrational, but rather endemic to the structural foundation of our society. Critical race theory, among other things, allows us to understand that race and racial categories are social constructions – not biological realities. So it’s a legal framework; what people interpret it to be now is totally different, but that’s the actual definition of what it is. Q: How and why has the definition been expanded to include a large number of other issues and matters involving race?

A: Essentially I think what’s happened is, since the death of George Floyd and the subsequent uprisings, not just throughout our country, but really throughout much of Europe and the rest of the world, there’s been this backlash to talking about racism as “systemic.’’ So part of what you’re seeing now, with these laws that you’ve mentioned, is a sort of backlash to addressing the fact that racism is still a major problem in our society. This is a natural, quote unquote, reaction to actually addressing issues of racism. It’s also frankly a backlash to the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement, which has gotten more and more attention, especially since the death of George Floyd. So I think what we’re seeing now is a conservative response to that movement… Part of why we’re seeing such a backlash to “critical race theory,” is that what people are attacking is not actually critical race theory, it’s their own sort of perverted version of what it actually is. Q: What is “systemic” or “structural” racism? How would you define it?

A: This is often how I explain it to my students at UCSB, in my courses on race and ethnicity: Essentially what happened in U.S. history is that we had the civil rights movement, the various movements of the 1960s. And one of the things that came out of that movements was various kinds of civil rights legislation – the Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act, etc. And how this often is interpreted years later, is that structural racism, or racism at the level of the government, is over, and the only racism that exists is at the level of individuals, or individual hearts and minds, if you will. (But) a framework as a sociologist, thinking about structural or systemic racism, is like, “Okay, hold up. Yes, we had all these gains of the civil rights movement, but that didn’t end, for example, persistent housing discrimination, or segregation in our public schools, or these sorts of things.” So structural systemic racism is a way of thinking about how racism still permeates the institutions in our society, even if it’s technically illegal. The point of a systemic racism focus is to think about how, even with those laws, we still see the perpetuation of racial inequality.

Q: Advocates for anti-racism policies and education use the word “equity” to discuss results and outcomes - a change from the word “equality” that was at the center of the civil rights movement. What’s the difference?

A: This is sort of a broader way of understanding systemic racism. When we take certain ideas, whether they be laws, or ideologies of societies, and hold them up as race neutral – are they really race neutral? Critical race theory, for example, gives us a framework to understand the fact that the law itself, or the construction of the law, has never been race neutral. And so of course that obviously offends various people who are invested in the quote, unquote, rule of law. I would say the same thing about the example of school test scores. So these have been seen as neutral…evidence of merit. Okay, well, what’s behind them? If you actually look at the history of standardized test scores, you look at the history of IQ tests, for example, they very much were designed as a way to promote white advancement, to the detriment of non-whites. And so when we use them in a contemporary and present society, the idea is not so much that we should necessarily disregard them, but regard them, or identify them, in a particular context that addresses this broader history. So it’s not so much to say that the idea itself is racist, but rather these tests themselves, the way they’re constructed, has a racist history. We have to keep that in mind. Q: Is race the only, or the primary, factor that goes into forming differences in equity outcomes?

A: I think this is a topic of debate, even among scholars who study race and racism. I would say in brief the idea here is that there wouldn’t be a measurable outcome that’s determined just by race. So that you couldn’t say that X group got whatever opportunity over Y group, and the only thing that distinguishes between them is race. That’s what you want to avoid, ostensibly. And so one way that social scientists think about this, or have measured this, for example, is the idea of audit studies. So taking two CVs or resumes that are identical, the only thing that’s different is some kind of racial marker of one person being white and the other person being non-white. And so you don’t want there to be a statistically significant difference in the number of callbacks, because if the resumes are the same, there shouldn’t be any difference. But many studies have shown over the years, there always is a difference – there always are more callbacks, or more calls to interviews, or being hired for people who are categorized as white versus not. Continued on page 21

On “colorblind racism.”

Another way of thinking about this, is a framework of colorblind racism. One of the things the civil rights movement did, and the movements of that era did, besides changing laws, also changed our everyday norms of talking about race.

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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Continued from page 20 So that’s an example of what I mean in terms of equality versus equity of outcomes. You want there to not be a statistically significant difference that you can then subscribe to a racial difference. Q: What do you make of the arguments used in pushing these state laws that seek to ban certain teachings about systemic racism?

A: I think that’s an unfortunate criticism, speaking both as a sociologist and as a Black American, because I think we often are afraid to make white people uncomfortable, even at an early age. For me personally, I was first called the “N-word” when I was eight years old. And so there’s a way in which learning - we’re not afraid to make Black kids uncomfortable in public schools. We’ve been doing that for hundreds of years. So it’s like part of this backlash is really about whose lives, or who we’re trying to comfort in this curricula. One of the states that has one of these (anti-critical race theory) laws was banning discussion of the history of Ruby Bridges, who integrated that public school. And so again, I mean, she’s a living person. She’s still alive. She’s only in her sixties. Again, it’s not even critical race theory. It’s not even teaching the history of public school segregation, which existed up until very recently, historically speaking, in our society. I mean, that’s not critical race theory. That’s just history. And I think that’s really scary, that kids are not able to, in the K-12 system, learn about these things that actually literally happened to actual people that are still alive because it’s seen to make certain people uncomfortable. I think that’s very disturbing. Whereas for me, as a Black woman, as someone who learned about the history of Ruby Bridges at a younger age, it was inspiring for me to learn of a Black girl who integrated her school at such a young age. I mean, obviously when I was younger, I didn’t understand the whole history around it, but nonetheless, I think that does a different kind of work. And it’s really unfortunate that not just Black kids, but just all kids, can’t even learn about that history with these kinds of laws. I mean, it’s really, I think it’s really dangerous. Q: In the best-selling book, “White Fragility,” the author Robin DiAngelo writes that, “The question in any situation is not, did racism take place, but, how did racism manifest?” When people look at that, sometimes you say, how do we ever get out of this then? Where does that end? What’s the end point? How do we measure success?

A: Well, that’s the million dollar question. If I knew the best answer, I probably wouldn’t need a day job...But in all seriousness, I mean, I think it’s having discussions like this. I think it’s talking about it. And that’s why I think it’s not being afraid to have these sort of quote unquote uncomfortable conversations. So personally, I feel really fortunate that I’m able to teach courses on race and racism at UCSB and really unpack this with students, because we just don’t have a lot of opportunities in our society and our lives to actually talk about these things seriously, with actual data, with actual research. I think that’s something that’s missing. That’s why we sort of get away from it. That’s one of the dangers of these laws. Not talking about it actually gets us further away from where people pretend to want to go. Actually ignoring a problem doesn’t solve a problem. And as a college educator, as a college professor, I spend a lot of time in my courses having students unlearn what they learned in the K-12 system, to be honest, because they don’t learn about racism as something that’s true in present society – it’s something that happened like five billion years ago. And so I have to really unpack with them what exactly the civil rights movement was, what the different laws that were passed, what the legacy of that is. What does the current data say about, for example, public school segregation or the Black, white wealth gap? These are the things that I wish we were able to talk about in the K-12 system, so that in college, we don’t have to spend so much time really teaching students things that they could’ve learned a lot earlier.

Community News SB Museum of Art Welcomes New Trustees and Board Chair


he Santa Barbara Museum of Art, with its mission to promote to integrate art into the lives of people and offer key educational opportunities to the community, will re-open after a major six year renovation on August 15th. They recently named a new Board of Trustees chair and new Board of Trustees members. www.sbma.net

BETSY NEWMAN is one of SBMA’s newest Board of Trustees members. She has been as an accredited, independent art appraiser for over 35 years. A full time Santa Barbara resident since 2014, Newman also serves on UC Santa Barbara’s Art, Design, and Architecture Museum Council and supports the UCSB Arts & Lectures Program. In the past, she acted as an intern at the St. Louis Art Museum while earning her MA in Valuation Sciences, and was actively involved with the Missouri Arts Council and the National Society of Arts and Letters. She has further volunteered at Storyteller Children’s Center.

Martha Townsend

On a “post-racial” U.S.

I’m sure you remember when Barack Obama was first elected, it was sort of like, ‘Yay, USA is post racial,’ whatever that means. And it’s always this idea of ,we had hundreds of years of slavery and now we have our first Black president, so the slate is wiped clean. And then you had the election of Donald Trump. People had to think about a way to explain that. And then it’s, okay, well there’s some individual racists, but it doesn’t actually mean the U.S. is racist. So I think part of what you’re seeing right now is people trying to make sense of both those things. How can we have two terms of Barack Obama as president, and then have whatever Trump was in the same society that’s ostensibly always better than it was before? Like, we’re always better than we were 50 years ago. Ostensibly, 50 years from now, we’ll be better than where we are right now. We’re always moving in a forward direction, versus what has actually historically been true, which is there’s always two steps forward, one step back.

MARTHA TOWNSEND is also a new SBMA Board of Trustees member. She has worked in the local medical diagnostics industry for over 20 years, previously holding management positions at Siemens and Dako. In 2006, she created Market Ready Rx, and was also named the Startup Woman of the Year by Women’s Economic Ventures. A dedicated community member, Townsend has served on the Jodi House Capital Campaign Cabinet, the SB Public Library Foundation, and the SB Zoo’s Planned Giving Committee and Discovery Pavilion Capital Campaign communications committee. She has also been a leader with the Junior League of Santa Barbara since 1998.

NICHOLAS MUTTON will serve as the SBMA Board Chair. He is currently retired after working for 35 years with Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. Over the course of his career, he spent 17 years serving as a General Manager and Regional Vice President in multiple locations before being promoted to Senior Vice President, Operations, Americas. Ultimately, from 2003-2014, he acted as Executive Vice President, where he was responsible for 96 hotels in 38 countries. He has previously held board positions with Mount Sinai Hospital, Metrolinx, United Way, Cornell University, and the Canadian Opera Company.

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Hannah Rael Elected Rotary Club of SB Sunrise President

Q: Opponents of critical race theory often use a quote by Martin Luther King – kids should be judged on the content of their character, not the color of their skin – in support of their position on this. How do you respond to that argument?

A: I think this is frankly a deliberate misreading of the words of Martin Luther King….He actually has many writings about the sort of persistence of systemic racism and how it’s not just so much in the minds of individual white people, but it actually is a broader issue of white society or white dominated society. The other thing that I think that is really important to keep in mind, and why critical race theory is talked about so much now, is that we continue to have this sort of narrative in the United States of always forward racial progress.

Betsy Newman

Hannah Rael

HANNAH RAEL has been elected as the President of the Rotary Club of Santa Barbara Sunrise for the 2021-2022 year. The youngest president in the club’s history, Rael has also served as its International Service Chair and Membership Chair since joining in 2018. Currently, she works as the Communications & Marketing Manager at the UC Santa Barbara Library, previously acting as the Public Relations Manager at ShelterBox USA. Beyond her involvement with Rotary, she serves on the board of Immigrant Hope Santa Barbara. She earned her bachelor’s degree in political science and global studies from Hamline University. https://portal.clubrunner.ca/2855

Elke Kane Joins SBEF Board of Directors ELKE KANE has joined the Santa Barbara Education Foundation Board of Directors. Currently, she works as a business and employment attorney with the legal services firm Trusted Legal, LLP. She has served as an executive board member for the Cold Spring School Foundation for many years, and in the past has assisted in the classroom, sat on the Site Council, and participated in local disaster relief and bond measure campaigns. Elke Kane She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at UCSB, and her J.D. from Santa Barbara College of Law. www.santabarbaraeducation.org


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Why Keep Interest Rates This Low?


By Harlan Green / Special to VOICE

NFLATION ISN’T YET A PROBLEM, but are very low interest rates becoming a problem? Interest rates have been at record lows for years, thanks to the Federal Reserve that has been buying up enough bonds and mortgage securities to hold down longer-term rates as well. Is that good for most of US, or just the wealthy? Fed Chair Jerome Powell has stated it is to encourage a return to full employment by keeping the cost of borrowed money as low as possible. But this policy has mostly boosted assets owned by higher-income earners rather than wage-earners. A recent NY Times Op-ed by banking analyst Karen Petrou says just ten percent of Americans own most stock assets that have benefited from the cheap money and approximately 60 percent of households own homes with values rising in double digits over the past year from record low mortgage rates. The rest of us with less cash to spare must rely on accumulating unspent income in less risky, federally insured savings accounts that do not ride the boom-andbust cycles of American-style capitalism. The personal saving rate has spiked of late (see FRED graph) because consumers had little to buy until now, but that is transitory with the sudden re-opening of businesses causing inflation indicators to rise sharply. Such an inflation spike is also transitory, said Fed Chair Powell in his latest congressional testimony. “Inflation has increased notably and will likely remain elevated in coming months before moderating,” Powell

need low unemployment, unions, strong labor standards, and policy supports for leverage when bargaining with employers.” It is difficult to credit Ms. Petrou with much insight into what benefits ordinary wage-earners. Higher interest rates will certainly deflate stock and bond values that rely on cheap borrowed money to reach today’s highs (stocks) and lows (bond yields) and increase the propensity to save, but how much can wage-earners save without higher incomes? She is a bank analyst, after all, who will want to buttress lenders’ bottom line that increases profits with rising interest rates. And American’s historical savings’ rates of five to ten percent should continue that have been in line with that in other developed countries. The best way to increase the wealth of wage-earners, vs. wealth-owners is to boost their incomes, which in turn would increase wage-earners’ wealth. Use governmental policy to increase labor’s collective bargaining position that has been severely weakened and rescind much of the anti-labor legislation that has created some 26 right to work states that do not require workers to pay dues to the union shop that benefits them. The same debate over when to tighten credit happened in 1937, by the way. Roosevelt caved to Republicans that wanted to re-balance the federal budget after so much New Deal spending. But in cutting back on government support and raising borrowing costs prematurely, the 1930’s economy went back into a second recession, and became the Great Depression.

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Here We Go Again — SBCC Triumphantly Returns to the Stage By Daisy Scott / VOICE


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key information and humorous commentary, playfully flirting to suggest a budding romance XCITEMENT, ENERGY, AND MUSIC SWEPT was unfolding before the audience. GARVIN THEATRE this past weekend as Kicking things off in true musical theatre theatregoers celebrated the return of live style, the show began with a lively company performances from the Theatre Group at Santa performance of Comedy Tonight from A Funny Barbara City College. Consisting of four sold-out Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. performances July 15th to 18th, Here We Go Again! A Following this, the Theatre Group demonstrated Musical Revue offered just what community members their skill for romantic numbers, alternating needed for their first theatre experience in well over a between lighthearted and heartfelt pieces with I year — fun, togetherness, and a dazzling display of Santa Could Have Danced All Night, I Have Dreamed, Barbara talent. and You’re the Top, culminating in a breathtaking Featuring a cast of 21 locals directed by Katie Laris, performance of Lily’s Eyes by Levi R. Smylie Here We Go Again! presented 20 beloved musical numbers and Nick Ehlen. As each number unfolded, the from past and future Theatre Group shows. Uniting soaring vocals and delicate piano and percussion these diverse performances was a single, narrative thread accompaniment reminded audience members centering on two “Theatre Group Superfans” (Paul of the compelling, enchanting impact of live Canter and Tiffany Story) who acted as the evening’s Vivian Leilani Shay, Hannah Robinson, Ciara Tolliver, and Angela Delgado performance. Zevallos in The Theatre Group at SBCC’s production of Here We Go Again! A hosts. Through their announcements, the duo offered The Theatre Group also gave special Musical Revue tribute to Guys and Dolls, presenting A Little Brains, A Little Talent. Two audience favorites Fugue for Tin Horns, Marry the Man quickly emerged during this segment as Allison Sugden Today, and an entertaining performance of passionately sang She Used to be Mine, and Margaret Adelaide’s Lament by Tiffany Story. As there Hughes Prothero embodied Morticia Addams with Just were no breaks, the performers faced the Around the Corner. unique challenge of quickly signifying setting The show concluded with a tribute to Oklahoma, and character changes between numbers. With featuring I Cain’t Say No, People Will Say We’re in Love, and rearrangeable platforms, a projection screen, and an audience sing-along to Oh What a Beautiful Morning. simple accessories and props, the Garvin Theatre As community members united in song, the classic refrain, successfully transported its actors across New York “I’ve got a beautiful feeling everything’s going my way” City, midwest fields, and beyond. truly held a new, hopeful meaning in light of the past year. The Theatre Group then launched into solo, Ultimately, while the Theatre Group took their bows to duet, and ensemble numbers, beginning with a We Go Together, it became clear that its 75th anniversary delightfully morbid rendition of Cellblock Tango year will be as unforgettable as ever — all thanks to the from Chicago. Other performances included skills, talent, and determination of its actors, musicians, The Tango Maureen, Suddenly Seymour, Some Dante Gonzalez, Vivian Leilani Shay, and Daniel Sabraw in The Theatre www.theatregroupsbcc.com and staff. Enchanted Evening, Getting Married Today, and Group at SBCC’s production of Here We Go Again! A Musical Revue

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N ABOVE WATER REEF teaming with variety, color, and creative expressions of life, ORGANIC -Textural & Biomorphic • Abstract & Conceptual curated by Sullivan Goss’s Jeremy Tessmer, will be on view one more month – through August 23rd. Boasting 57 works by 23 artists in clay, wood, fiber, paper, and metal, the exhibition features work by Charles Arnoldi, Harry Bertoia, Jessie Arms Botke, Stephanie Dotson, Neil Goodman, Sidney Gordin, James Haggerty, Linda Haggerty, Patrick Hall, Nathan Hayden, Nathan Huff, Nell Brooker Mayhew, Susan McDonnell, Brad Miller, Elisa Ortega Montilla, Minga Opazo, R. Nelson Parrish, Alex Rasmussen, Sommer Roman, Chris Rupp, Paul Schurch, Hannah Vainstein, and Lynda Weinman. Arranged close together, side-by-side in playful polyphonic rhythm, the pieces dance, transforming the usually open white palette gallery space into a closely populated sunlit biosphere. For anyone who loves 3-D work, it’s a treat! “Craft is very popular at the moment... it’s not why we did this show, we just hit that moment... One of the things I like

Mejor que Falte que Sobre, 2020, by Minga Opazo

about showing work like this is that it’s an antidote for anyone who has had the experience recently when you see a piece of work and feel like, ‘my kid could do that.’ While that’s almost always not true, the feeling is very genuine,” related Gallery Owner Nathan Vonk. “Then, when you see something that immediately you can really appreciate the skill or craft that went into the creation of that object... In that room, there is not a single piece in that it is not immediately obvious that a lot of thought and skill and craft was required to make those objects.” The group of works Tessmer selected is diverse and there is a lot to see. You won’t want to miss this opportunity.

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La Arcada at State & Figueroa Santa Barbara, CA 93101 805-962-8885 www.waterhousegallery.com

SANTA BARBARA FINE ART: John Comer: This Sacred Land ~ Sep 1 • 1321 State St • Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri, Sat 12-5; Sun 12-4 • 805-845-4270 • www.santabarbarafineart.com SANTA BARBARA TENNIS CLUB: The New Cannibals: Works by 8 Mixed Media Artists ~ Sep 1 • 10-2 daily • 2375 Foothill Rd • 805-682-4722 SB BOTANIC GARDEN: 10-5 daily • 805-682-4726 • www.sbbg.org SB HISTORICAL MUSEUM: Project Fiesta! Queen on the Hill, Edward Borein, Henry Ford Chapman • The Story of SB • 136 E De la Guerra • Thur 12-5, Fri 12-7; Sat 12-5 • 805-966-1601 • www.sbhistorical.org SB MARITIME MUSEUM: Heritage, Craft & Evolution: Surfboard Design 1885 - 1959 ~ Oct 30 • Love Letters to the Sea • 113 Harbor Way, Ste 190 • Thurs-Sun 10-5 • www.SBMM.org • 805-962-8404 SB MUSEUM OF ART: Small-Format American Paintings from the Permanent Collection • Tu – Su, 11 –5; Thu, 11-8 • www.sbma.net • 805-963-4364

LINDEN STUDIO AND GALLERY: Schock, Snyder, Sparks, and Speirs • By appt • 963 Linden Av, Carpinteria • 805-570-9195 LYNDA FAIRLY CARPINTERIA ARTS CENTER: Human Forms ~ Aug 22 • 12-4 Fr-Su • 865 Linden Av • 805-684-7789 • www.carpinteriaartscenter.org MARCIA BURTT STUDIO: Variations ~ Aug 22 • Online: Overcast & Clearing • 517 Laguna St • Th-Su 1-5 • 805-9625588 • www.artlacuna.com MICHAELKATE INTERIORS & ART GALLERY: Contemporary Art • 132 Santa Barbara St • Tu-Sat 10-6 • 805-963-1411 San Ysidro Ranch Hotel Spa Mural

MOXI, THE WOLFCardinahl MUSEUM: Exploration Jessika + Innovation • Lunchboxing with Lasers www.JCardinahlPrints.com • Daily 10-5 • 805-770-5000 • 125 State Jcardinahl on Instagram St, SB • www.moxi.org JessikaCardinahl@gmail.com

Jessika Cardinahl www.JCardinahlPrints.com Jcardinahl on Instagram JessikaCardinahl@gmail.com

Jessika Cardinahl

Kerry Methner www.JCardinahlPrints.com


JessikaCardinahl@gmail.com 805-570-2011


Jcardinahl on Instagram www.TheTouchofStone.com

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Local News for a Global Village | www.VoiceSB.com Original woodblock prints and mosaic commissions by WESTMONT RIDLEY-TREE MUSEUM OF ART: Towards a 21st Century Abstraction ~ Aug 14 • 805-565-6162 • www.westmont.edu/museum

Patti Jacquemain

WILDLING MUSEUM: Bio/Mass: Contemporary Meditations on Nature ~ Sept 5; Art From the Trail ~ Oct 3 • 1511 B Mission Dr, Solvang • www.wildlingmuseum.org

CASS ENSBERG Marie Arnold Fine Line Gallery


Art & Architecture

To join Voice Magazine’s Print & Virtual Gallery, please email Publisher@VoiceSB.com for information.

La Cumbre Center for Creative Arts La Cumbre PLaza

SB MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: Museum and THE SEA CENTER are now open Wed-Sun 10-5, RSVP required • Butterflies Alive! • www.sbnature.org • 805-682-4711 SANTA BARBARA VISUAL ARTISTS: Summer Virtual Exhibition ~ Aug 10 • www.sbvisualartists.com SILO 118: www.silo118.com SLINGSHOT: AN ALPHA ART FORUM • www.slingshotart.org • 805-770-3878. SOLVANG ANTIQUES FINE ART GALLERY: Contemporary & Vintage Art • 1693 Copenhagen Dr • 805-686-2322 • www.solvangantiques.com SULLIVAN GOSS: AN AMERICAN GALLERY: Organic ~ Aug 23; Robin Gowen: Sight Lines ~ Jul 26; Summer Salon ~ Jul 26 • 11 E Anapamu St • 805-730-1460 • www.sullivangoss.com

Contemporary Art / Excogitation Services

www.marzozart.com 805-452-7108

SYV HISTORICAL MUSEUM & CARRIAGE HOUSE: 805-688-7889 • www.santaynezmuseum.org

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THOMAS REYNOLDS GALLERY: The Art of California • Thur-Sat 12-5 & By Appt • www.thomasreynolds.com UCSB LIBRARY: Immeasurable Loss ~ online • www.library.ucsb.edu VILLAGE FRAME & GALLERY: 1485 E Valley Rd #1 • 805-969-0524 VITA ART CENTER: John Nava - David Kassan: Elegies; Frank Masserella ~ Aug 14 • 28 West Main St, Ventura WATERHOUSE GALLERY: Notable CA and National Artists • La Arcada Ct, 1114 State St, #9 • 11-5 Mon-Sat, 12-4 Sun • 805-962-8885 • www.waterhousegallery.com

Palm Loft Gallery Opening Reception • Saturday, July 24th • 4 to 6pm • Please Vaccinated Only and Mask Protection Indoors •

Beauty Everywhere ~ Featuing John Wullbrandt and Arturo Tello Also work by William Mitchell, Rodolfo Rivademar, and Tammy Guerin 410 Palm Av, Loft A1, Carpinteria • www.palmloft.com

Art Events | Eventos de arte

BIO/MASS: SUMMER ARTIST TALK • With artists Karen Kitchel and Catherine Eaton Skinner • Wildling Museum • https://tinyurl.com/tdm5ubrn • $5 donation • 4pm Tu, 7/20.

A. Michael Marzolla

www.missioncreek.com (805) 682-6724

music • Museum of Contemporary Art SB • Free • https://tinyurl.com/2vydarzh • 6-8pm Fr, 7/23.

10am-5pm Sundays, 7/25-8/29. DOMINGOS DE VERANO DE CRISTAL • Ve y compra joyas de arte y vidrio marino hechas a mano con temas del océano • Patio del Museo Marítimo de SB • Gratis • https://sbmm.org • 10am-5pm domingos, 7/25-8/29.

BIO/MASS: CHARLA DE VERANO CON ARTISTAS • Con las artistas Karen Kitchel y Catherine Eaton Skinner • Museo Wildling • Donación de $5 • https://tinyurl.com/tdm5ubrn • 4pm martes, 7/20.

RECEPCIÓN DE CIERRE - SHANA MOULTON: EL SÉPTIMO INVISIBLE ES LA COLUMNA MÍSTICA • Celebra el final de la exhibición con bebidas y música • Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de SB • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/2vydarzh • 6-8pm viernes, 7/23.

OLD SPANISH DAYS FIESTA POSTER ART • Virtual presentation by historian Erin Graffy • SB Historical Museum • https://tinyurl.com/6k34wdwr • Free • 5pm We, 7/21.

SUMMER SPARK SERIES: STAMP MAKING FOR TEENS • Virtual workshop with take-home kit • SB Public Library • https://tinyurl.com/3vtfshx6 • Free • 3pm Sa, 7/24.

ARTE DEL CARTEL DE OLD SPANISH DAYS FIESTA • Presentación virtual con la historiadora Erin Graffy • Museo Histórico de SB • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/6k34wdwr • 5pm miércoles, 7/21.

SERIE DE VERANO SPARK: FABRICACIÓN DE SELLOS PARA ADOLESCENTES • Taller virtual con kit para llevar a casa • Biblioteca pública de SB • https://tinyurl.com/3vtfshx6 • Gratis • 3pm sábado, 7/24.

“GO FIGURE” - EXPOSICIÓN EMERGENTE DE ARTE • Cuatro artistas de SB, dibujos figurativos y pinturas • Community Arts Workshop, SB • www.sbcaw.org • 12-8pm sábado, 7/24 y 12-6pm domingo, 7/25. Recepción 4pm sábado, 7/24.


SUMMER GLASS SUNDAYS • View and shop handmade, ocean-themed art and sea glass jewelry • SB Maritime Museum patio • Free • https://sbmm.org •

SUMMER ART CAMP: CLAY AND MIXED MEDIA • In-person camp for ages 10-12 • SB Museum of Art, Ridley-Tree Education Center

GO FIGURE ART POP UP SHOW • Four SB artists, figurative drawings and paintings • Community Arts Workshop, SB • www.sbcaw.org • 128pm Sa, 7/24 and 12-6pm Su, 7/25. Reception 4pm Sa, 7/24.

at McCormick House • $300-350 • 9am-3pm Mo, 7/26-7/29. CAMPAMENTO DE ARTE DE VERANO: ARCILLA Y TÉCNICA MIXTAA • Campamento en persona para niños de 10 a 12 años • SB Museum of Art, Ridley-Tree Education Center at McCormick House • $300-350 • 9am-3pm lunes, 7/26-7/29. SUMMER SPARK SERIES: TEEN ZINES • Virtual zine making teen workshop • SB Public Library • Free • https://tinyurl.com/teh29akn • 1-2:30pm Tu, 7/27. SERIE DE VERANO SPARK: ZINES PARA ADOLESCENTES • Taller para adolescentes para crear zines virtuales • Biblioteca pública SB • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/ teh29akn • 1-2:30pm martes, 7/27. SUMMER SPARK SERIES: TEEN ZINES • In-person zine making teen workshop • Eastside Library • Free • https://tinyurl.com/vmutmzkp • 1-3pm Th, 7/29. SERIE DE VERANO SPARK: ZINES PARA ADOLESCENTES • Taller para adolescentes para crear

zines virtuales • Biblioteca del lado este • Gratis • https://tinyurl.com/ vmutmzkp • 1-3pm jueves, 7/29. ART MEETS SCIENCE – COASTAL COASTERS • Learn about waves and make your own coasters • Sea Center on Stearns Wharf • $35-45 • https://tinyurl.com/5nyc5v2f • 11am Sa, 7/31. EL ARTE SE ENCUENTRA CON LA CIENCIA: PORTAVASOS COSTEROS • Aprende sobre las olas y haz tus propios portavasos • Sea Center en Stearns Wharf • $3545 • https://tinyurl.com/5nyc5v2f • 11am sábado, 7/31. SB ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW! • 10am to 6pm on Sundays and some holiday Saturdays from Stearns Wharf and east along Cabrillo Blvd. • (805) 8972519 • https://tinyurl.com/4vt6j5ex ¡LA EXHIBICIÓN DE ARTES Y MANUALIDADES DE SB! • 10am hasta las 6pm los domingos y algunos sábados festivos desde Stearns Wharf y hacia el este a lo largo de Cabrillo Blvd. • (805) 897-2519 • https://tinyurl.com/4vt6j5ex