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ofcourtesyimageCover SocietyCancerBearTeddy PhotoCourtesy Lecture SB Museum of Art will present Abstractions After Psychology with Suzanne Hudson 27 www.voicesb.comAugust12,2022 VOICE Magazine cover story see page 2 In This MoviesCalendar..16-19*Issue...............20* Community News 4, 7, 8 * New Business: State Street Axe Club.............. 10 Daniel Kepl: Music Academy Review 11 John Palminteri’s Community Voice 12 Harlan Green: Economic Voice.................. 22 Daisy Scott: Bookworm Corner 23 Sigrid Toye: Harbor Voice 25 Galleries & Art Venues...................26, 27 * * Español y Inglés PhotoCourtesy Scholars raise funds for Ukraine 24 KevinFiestaArtPhotosUkraineA.Short exhibition opens at SB Maritime Museum 25 Visual review of Old Spanish Days 14, 15 ChurchesatTideHigh by ShortA.Kevin byPhoto ScottDaisy Fracking Suspension of oil leasing will protect Central Coast 4 Book Reviews New book by local author Betsy J. Green 23 PhotoCourtesyPhotoCourtesy Sisters Brenda & Briana Rodriguez thriving, happy, and on vacation together after their cancer journey. Golden Gala & The Party Friday, October 7, 2022 www.teddybearcancerfoundation.org


The Rodriguez family at Cottage Hospital’s 2012 pediatric oncology holiday party

Corey Pahanish, PhD, TBCF Executive Director By Daisy Scott / VOICE

“As one of TBCF’s first recipients, it’s been an honor to be a part of the growth of the organization and I look forward to launching some exciting new programs both this year and in the future,” she continued. “A sincere thank you to the community of supporters who have partnered with us along this journey. Your act of kindness and generosity toward our families has been truly transformational, so in our 20th Anniversary year, we are also honoring you. The community who helps make our mission Foundedpossible.”byNikki Katz, TBCF began upon Katz learning of a single mother financially and emotionally struggling while her son battled Ewing Sarcoma. With the guidance of late Santa Barbara philanthropist Larry Crandell, Katz created TBCF to serve regional children and families facing cancer diagnoses. The budding nonprofit had a yearly budget of only $3,685, with its first fundraiser bringing in $1,600.Driven by a team of dedicated staff, TBCF has grown to distribute over $2.5 million over the past 20 years — making TBCF the nonprofit that provides the largest amount of direct financial assistance to children with pediatric cancer in the area. This financial support is supplemented with educational advocacy programming designed to help children and their families navigate their treatment journeys, and key emotional support opportunities. On average, TBCF serves 200 families, or 800 individuals, each year. Recently, TBCF has worked to enhance their services, including starting the process to launch a peer support program and partnering with Family Services Agency to offer oneon-one counseling. Understanding how a diagnosis impacts an entire family, TBCF has begun offering private tutoring services with Grade Potential to siblings of children in treatment, in addition to the child in treatment, to ensure they receive the educational support they need.

TBCF’s Executive Director, Corey Pahanish, PhD, looks forward to reflecting on TBCF’s past triumphs and working with families to maximize the nonprofit’s impact. “We are leveraging 20 years of being immersed in our families’ journeys to understand what their needs are, as well as sitting down with current and past families to identify gaps in care, and to dream big,” said Pahanish. “We are moving into a process of weaving these dreams together to then take our families from surviving their child’s diagnosis, to thriving amidst the adversity they’re facing.”

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Briana Rodriguez, a Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation recipient, has given back to the organization as a volunteer and Youth Philanthropist

Donna Barranco Fisher will receive The Golden Hero www.teddybearcancerfoundation.orgAward

“Over the past 20 years, it’s been amazing to watch how TBCF has grown both in the size of our staff as well as the amount of programs we are offering families battling childhood cancer living in the tricounties,” said TBCF Senior Program Director Becca Solodon. Solodon was one of TBCF’s earliest recipients of services, later becoming the nonprofit’s first official employee.

The greatest testament to the organization’s positive impact, however, is the number of individuals who are dedicating their lives to supporting cancer patients after receiving care from TBCF and area doctors. When she was diagnosed at five years old, Briana Rodriguez and her family received consistent support from TBCF until she was declared cancer-free after a year of treatment. Inspired to offer other children battling cancer the same support she received, Briana became a TBCF volunteer and Youth Philanthropist.

This fall, Briana will attend Cal Poly, where she will major in biomedical engineering to one day impact how patients receive chemotherapy treatments. Her sister, Brenda, also grew motivated to enter the healthcare field after witnessing Briana’s care at Cottage Hospital. Brenda will graduate from nursing school this spring and plans to pursue pediatric oncology. To support TBCF’s vital work during its 20th anniversary, TBCF has expanded its annual Gold Ribbon Luncheon into an evening affair: The Golden Gala. The night will begin with Gala sponsors at a VIP cocktail hour, and dinner on the MOXI roof, followed by a program emceed by Andrew Firestone. Donna Barranco Fisher will receive The Golden Hero Award for her 15 years of service with CommunityTBCF.members are then invited to “The Party,” which will serve appetizers, desserts, signature cocktails, and an open wine and beer bar starting at 8pm. Guests can also anticipate dancing to tunes provided by DJ Scott Topper, and performances by singer Josh Jenkins and magician Mark Collier. Add roulette and photo booths, and “The Party” will celebrate TBCF’s past, ongoing, and future work in style.

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OUCHING THE LIVES OF HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN across the Central Coast, Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation (TBCF) offers families in need one of the greatest reassurances: that they are not alone. Beginning in response to the needs of one child, the nonprofit has expanded to become the primary source of financial, emotional, and educational support for children diagnosed with cancer across Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo counties. Now, as TBCF observes its 20th Anniversary, community members are invited to celebrate this meaningful milestone at The Golden Gala, on Friday, October 7th at the MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation.

The Party tickets ($75) will begin sales on September 1st. To purchase, learn more, or become an event sponsor, www.teddybearcancerfoundation.orgvisit FoundationCancerBearTeddy


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The lawsuits referenced the Bureau’s failure to consider fracking’s potential harm to public health and recreation in the region, as well as harm to the climate and possible groundwater and air pollution. The Bureau’s plan would have also allowed drilling and fracking to occur near state parks and beaches, national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, the Pacific Crest Trail, and Carrizo Plain National Monument. Affected areas also included multiple schools, reservoirs, ecological reserves, and other community landmarks.Withthe agreement filed in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, the Bureau will prepare a supplemental environmental report, which they will then use to consider whether to amend the management plan that determines how and where drilling occurs. Changes to this plan could encompass stricter standards to protect public health and the environment, and establish certain lands as off-limits to drilling or fracking completely. At least one public meeting will be held, along with multiple opportunities for public input and materials will be prepared for Spanish-speaking communities that are disproportionately affected by pollution. “Protecting public lands is not only a step forward, but also a way to prevent several steps back,” said Cesar Aguirre, a senior organizer with the Central California Environmental Justice Network. “Using public lands to prop up the oil industry is dangerous to our green spaces and communities. We must protect our public lands not only for us to enjoy, but for us to protect Earth. Green spaces should not fall victim to oil drilling, especially because the extraction sites are the epicenter of the climate crisis. The less epicenters that are approved the less steps back we take.”

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ENVIRONMENT, community and conservation groups, the State of California, and the U.S. Bureau of Land Management have reached an agreement to suspend new oil and gas leasing across more than one million acres of public lands in California’s Central Valley and Central Coast. The agreement was made to resolve lawsuits filed in 2020 that challenged a Trump administration plan to expand drilling and fracking in Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Tulare, and Ventura counties.“Today’s [August 1, 2022] agreement protects the iconic landscapes that define central California, safeguards public health, and moves us closer to a cleaner energy future,” said Jeff Kuyper, Executive Director of Los Padres ForestWatch. “Fossil fuel extraction has wreaked havoc on our public lands, our farms, and our neighborhoods for far too long. We now have an opportunity to chart a new course for safe and healthy communities throughout our region.”

The lawsuits were filed by the Center for Biological Diversity, Central California Environmental Justice Network, Los Padres ForestWatch, National Parks Conservation Association, Natural Resources Defense Council, Patagonia Works, Sierra Club, and The Wilderness Society, as well as the State of California.

No new leases will be offered by the federal government for oil drilling until this evaluation is completed. This could take one to two years, or more. www.lpfw.org agreement www.lpfw.org


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Opioid Addiction and Fentanyl: Know the Early Signs and How to Get Help

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The bank showed a strong deposit growth of $308.97 million or 15.71 percent year-over-year, pushed quarter-end deposit totals to $2.28 billion. Loan growth declined $109.88 million or 8.44 percent year-over-year due to Payroll Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness with quarter-end loans totaling $1.19 billion. Excluding PPP loans forgiven in the first quarter, loan growth was $65.61 million or 5.84 percent year over year. Net income for the first quarter of $9.66 million was a 13.85 percent increase year-over-year. The bank’s total risk-based capital remains very strong at 13.59 percent, far exceeding the ten percent regulatory minimum required to be considered well capitalized.

She added that NARCAN, the drug that is used to save someone who is actively overdosing, is available and free at several locations in the county. “If someone you know is struggling with opioids, you may consider learning how to use NARCAN and having it readily available. You can save someone’s life.”

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Cottage offers an inpatient medically supervised detox unit at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, as well as a traditional residential program known as Cottage Residential Center, plus intensive outpatient programs in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo.“The most important thing is to take that first step to say something and reach out for help if someone you care about has an opioid use problem. Early intervention and treatment can make a big impact,” Farinpour added. “There are also resources available in the community, such as Santa Barbara County Behavioral Wellness and 12-Step Programs.”

LOCALS INTERESTED IN PROVIDING INPUT on the future of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant are invited to attend a virtual workshop sponsored by the California Energy Commission, California Independent System Operator, and the office of California Governor Gavin Newsom. The meeting will be held 4 to 7pm on Friday, August 12th. www.energy.ca.gov To attend via Zoom, visit https://tinyurl.com/fzv3u9df

Double-digit Growth ASSETS AT MONTECITO BANK & TRUST GREW BY $276.45 MILLION during the 12-month period ending June 30th, 2022 which represents an increase of 12.65 percent, and a closing at $2.46 billion.

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The not-for-profit Cottage Health is the leader in providing advanced medical care to the Central Coast region. Specialties include the Cottage Children’s Medical Center, Level 1 Trauma Center, Neuroscience Institute, Heart & Vascular Center, Center for Orthopedics, and Rehabilitation Hospital. The Cottage Health medical staff is comprised of more than 700 physicians, many with subspecialties typically found only at university medical centers. Last year, the Cottage Health hospitals in Goleta, Santa Barbara, and Santa Ynez Valley provided inpatient care for 21,000 people, treated 80,000 patients through their 24-hour emergency departments, and helped deliver 2,100 newborns. Cottage Health also offers Cottage Urgent Care Centers throughout the tri-counties, as well as 24-hour access to providers via Cottage Virtual Care, an online service for common conditions. www.cottagehealth.org

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“The Bank’s sustained growth in the second quarter is a testament to our team’s unwavering dedication to world-class experience and the continued loyalty and advocacy of our existing clients. Year-over-year double-digit percentage deposit growth positions us well to fulfill the lending needs of small and large businesses, organizations, and residents across the Central Coast, commented Janet Garufis, Chairman and CEO of MB&T. “And, while we remain cautious about the current economic environment, we look forward to continuing to expand those relationships in meaningful ways across our communities.”

“Opioid use disorder is a medical illness. It’s not a character defect. It can happen to anyone. Treatments are available and recovery is possible,” Farinpour explained.

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“Semiconductors are critical pieces of a wide range of goods that Americans rely on every day—and as inflation has struck the price of cars, appliances, and other goods, it’s important to recognize a key reason for such dramatic price increases: we aren’t making these chips in America anymore,” explained Carbajal. “Not only did the U.S. pioneer the microchip and the computing power that now powers our daily lives, we used to have almost 40 percent of the global semiconductor market. Now, we’ve become reliant on almost 90 percent of our semiconductors from foreign sources, putting our supply chains and national security at constant risk—as well as forcing additional costs on American families who need these goods when supply chains have failed. That’s why the CHIPS and Science Act was a part of my Inflation Action Plan—lowering costs for these goods can’t happen if their central components have to come from far-off nations.”

Elements of Congressman Carbajal’s Inflation Action Plan Move Forward IN AN EFFORT TO REDUCE THE COSTS OF EVERYDAY ITEMS, Congressman Salud Carbajal helped send key elements of his Inflation Action Plan to the White House during the House of Representatives’ vote on the bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act last week. The act includes provisions to invest in the American manufacturing of semiconductors, which will lower item costs from household appliances to cars, as well as establish more technology jobs nationwide.

According to a press release from Carbajal’s office, the CHIPS and Science Act will “invest $52 billion in domestic chip production, strengthen research and development through the National Science Foundation, support regional tech hubs to create jobs and spur innovation in new parts of the country, diversify our STEM workforce, and expand access to American-made 5G technology.”

These provisions reflect elements of Carbajal’s Inflation Action Plan. His plan also emphasizes the need to take actions supporting more affordable housing, clean energy technology, and expanding tax credits to allow for lower health care premiums.

OPIOID ADDICTION AND FATAL OVERDOSES are rising at an alarming rate in the state and Santa Barbara County, fueled by the potent synthetic opioid, fentanyl. “Fentanyl on its own and paired with other illicit drugs is the biggest problem we are seeing right now. We have not seen this level of overdose crisis before,” said Layla Farinpour, Director of Clinical Care for Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine at Cottage Health. “Fentanyl is so powerful and extremely addictive. It is leading the increase in overdose deaths in our area.”

In Santa Barbara County there were over 133 overdose deaths between January 2021 and January 2022, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office report “The Changing Overdose Crisis in California: A Community Needs Assessment of Santa Barbara County.” Fentanyl is 50 times stronger than heroin and 100 times stronger than morphine. A lethal dose of fentanyl is about the size of three grains of sugar. When prescribed, fentanyl is used for pain relief and can be found in tablet form, nasal spray, and patches. Some people are introduced to opioids as a prescription for pain relief after surgery or serious injury, Farinpour said. Those who use recreational drugs like cocaine and methamphetamines may have been exposed knowingly or unknowingly to fentanyl, which is being mixed with other drugs ending in deadly results. Individuals who have used other opiates, such as heroin, have begun using fentanyl instead because of its more powerful effects. Early signs of a problem with opioid medications can include taking prescribed drugs for longer than recommended, needing higher doses to get the same pain relief, and seeking medications from other people or illegally on the streets.

An opioid use disorder can lead to behavioral changes such as isolation from family and friends, increased conflicts in relationships, problems at work or school, money issues, or selling of possessions.

Santa Barbara County Food Action Network Announces Public Call for Board Members

JEFF LABELLE has been named the new Executive Director for nonprofit retirement residence Wood Glen Hall. LaBelle earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration and nutritional science from Colorado State University and an advanced degree in geriatrics from the University of Central Florida. He decided to pursue an advanced degree in geriatrics after his father passed away following a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease at an early age. LaBelle is passionate about assisted living, neurological disease, assisting and educating families on senior living, and encouraging a proactive lifestyle to reduce dementia risk factors. For the past five years, he has examined clinical studies on neurological diseases to better understand his father’s diagnosis and to educate others. www.woodglenhall.org Jeff LaBelle

Annual MTD Service Changes to Take Place Monday, August 15th

WORKING TO BROADEN AWARENESS AND PROGRAMMING for the Mental Wellness Center, two new directors have joined its leadership team: Liat Wasserman, Director of Development & Communications and Gabriela Dodson, Director of Wellness & Recovery Programs. www.mentalwellnesscenter.org

SB Choral Society to Host New Singers

SANTA BARBARA MTD MAKES SERVICE CHANGES to local bus service every year in mid-August. This year’s service changes will go into effect at the beginning of the day on Monday, August 15, 2022. Due to a shortage of bus operators, temporary schedule reductions were made on April 25, 2022 in order to improve system reliability. Because the bus operator shortage continues, the majority of these temporary reductions will remain in effect through August 15th. After the April reductions, MTD staff heard from regular riders that specific early morning trips on the Line 12x (Goleta Express) and Line 24x (UCSB Express) had been suspended, making it difficult to make it to work and other morning obligations. Taking this feedback, MTD staff worked to identify specific trips to reinstate on these lines. The following trips will be added to the schedule for August: Two Line 12x weekday AM outbound trips departing the Transit Center at 6:05am & 6:30am One Line 12x weekday AM inbound trip departing Hollister & Storke at 7:58am One Line 24x weekday AM outbound trip departing the Transit Center at 7:25am Additionally, a minor routing change will happen for the Line 17 (Lower West/SBCC). Due to circulation improvements at the San Andres and Carrillo intersection in Santa Barbara, the inbound Line 17 route will now turn left on Canon Perdido from San Pascual, then right on San Andres before turning right on Carrillo to head to the Transit Center. This one block change does not affect any stops or schedules for the Line 17; it simply makes an operational improvement for the buses. This change now means the inbound and outbound routes are identical. The new schedule guide reflecting these changes is available online. The printed version of the schedule guide will be available at the Transit Center and onboard buses at the beginning of August. https://sbmtd.gov

Auditions for 75th Anniversary Season

Wood Glen Hall Announces New Executive Director

Mental Wellness Center Welcomes New Directors to Leadership Team

GABRIELA DODSON, LCSW, MSW, has over 25 years of professional experience serving individuals experiencing homelessness and struggling with mental illness. Most recently, she was responsible for developing holistic defense teams with the Public Defenders office at Family Service Agency. She also previously worked at Hospice of Santa Barbara, serving as Director of Clinical Services. Liat Wasserman Gabriela Dodson

LIAT WASSERMAN, MA/MSW, joins Mental Wellness Center after serving as Development and Communications Director at Unity Shoppe. Previously, she held a career in public relations and worked as a grant writer for several years. Wasserman’s volunteer experiences span serving on committees and boards supporting local causes such as education, cross-cultural communication, and religious and ethnic diversity.

Los Cambios Anuales del Servicio MTD se Realizarán el Lunes 15 de Agosto SANTA BARBARA MTD HACE CAMBIOS DE SERVICIO al servicio de autobús local todos los años a mediados de agosto. Los cambios de servicio de este año entrarán en vigencia al comienzo del día lunes 15 de agosto de 2022. Debido a la escasez de operadores de autobuses, se realizaron reducciones temporales de horarios el 25 de abril de 2022 para mejorar la confiabilidad del sistema. Debido a que continúa la escasez de operadores de autobuses, la mayoría de estas reducciones temporales permanecerán vigentes hasta el 15 de agosto. Después de las reducciones de abril, el personal de MTD escuchó de los pasajeros regulares que se habían suspendido viajes específicos temprano en la mañana en la Línea 12x (Goleta Express) y la Línea 24x (UCSB Express), lo que dificultaba llegar al trabajo y otras obligaciones matutinas. Tomando estos comentarios, el personal de MTD trabajó para identificar viajes específicos para restablecer en estas líneas. Los siguientes viajes se agregarán a la programación para agosto: Dos viajes salientes de la Línea 12x en las mañanas de lunes a viernes saliendo del Centro de Tránsito a las 6:05am y 6:30am Un viaje entrante de la Línea 12x en las mañanas de lunes a viernes saliendo de Hollister y Storke a las 7:58am Un viaje saliente de la Línea 24x en las mañanas de lunes a viernes saliendo del Centro de Tránsito a las 7:25am Además, se producirá un cambio de ruta menor para la Línea 17 (Lower West/ SBCC). Debido a las mejoras de circulación en la intersección de San Andrés y Carrillo en Santa Bárbara, la ruta entrante de la Línea 17 ahora girará a la izquierda en Canon Perdido desde San Pascual, luego a la derecha en San Andrés antes de girar a la derecha en Carrillo para dirigirse al Transit Center. Este cambio de cuadra no afecta ninguna parada ni horarios de la Línea 17; simplemente hace una mejora operativa para los autobuses. Este cambio ahora significa que las rutas entrantes y salientes son idénticas.

ARE YOU SEARCHING FOR A WAY TO SING AND CONNECT WITH COMMUNITY MEMBERS? The Santa Barbara Choral Society will host new singer auditions on Saturday, August 20th, with auditions open for all voice parts. Paid positions are available. This upcoming season will mark the Santa Barbara Choral Society’s 75th Anniversary, with a score of exciting concerts scheduled. This will include a performance of Carmina Burana at the Granada Theatre, with singers being joined by the Santa Barbara Symphony and the State Street Ballet. To learn more and schedule an audition appointment, visit www.sbchoral.org

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN SUPPORTING A MORE RESILIENT AND JUST REGIONAL FOOD SYSTEM? The Santa Barbara County Food Action Network (SBCFAN) has announced a public call for Board Members. Engaged community members with knowledge in fields such as food enterprise, agriculture, legal services primarily with human resources and/ or the nonprofit sector, and accounting are welcome to apply. Applications are open through Tuesday, August 16th. www.sbcfoodaction.org/call-for-board-members

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La nueva guía de horarios que refleja estos cambios está disponible en línea. La versión impresa de la guía de horarios estará disponible en el Transit Center ya bordo de los autobuses a principios de agosto. https://sbmtd.gov

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hatchets, a larger camping axe, and a military tactical shovel. Once participants get the hang of throwing, groups have the option to play a series of fun games ranging from regular axe throwing tournament rules to more creative games such as a twist on blackjack. Through it all, club employees remain on standby to ensure everyone is being safe. “We’re kind of monitoring everyone at that point, once we’ve gone over it we’re in the background if you need us,” explained Michaelson. “I have many ‘axeperts’ or axe masters who will be able to help out. That’s the number one thing, safety, so we’re always going to be Michaelsonwatching.”also plans to host league nights for individual throwers, teams of four, and teams representing local bars and businesses to compete for prizes. The club’s back room will also be available to reserve for private events. State Street • Open 4 to 10pm Mo-We; 4pm to 12am Th; 2pm to 12am Fr; 12pm to 12am Sa & Su Instagram: @statestreetaxeclub Owner Brett Michaelson have the hatchet, camping axe, tactical Downtown Fun State

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“It’s fun and it’s something different,” shared owner Brett Michaelson. “You can bowl so many times, you can roller skate so many times, everything you can do has kind of been done over and over again. This is industry.inmostmarketing,Records,FontanaRecordsaswithmusicworkedthen,Angeles.InstitutethetransferringCollegeBarbaraattendingasSantafirstnew.”somethingMichaelsonexperiencedBarbaraastudent,SantaCitybeforetoMusiciansinLosSincehehasintheindustrylabelssuchInterscopeandandrecentlythemarijuanaYetMichaelson knew that one day he would return to Santa Barbara. After being introduced to axe throwing through a friend and helping him start a business, he decided to open his own club. By opening on State Street, he hopes to contribute a new, exciting activity to an area he feels is largely lacking options,entertainmentvariedespecially at night and for people who are not over 21 years“Thisold.is a tourist town, a college town. People want to do stuff at night,” said Michaelson. “So I’m open late nights.”

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By Daisy Scott / VOICE LOCALS AND VISITORS SEARCHING FOR WAYS TO “AXE-PAND” THEIR HORIZONS need look no further than downtown Santa Barbara’s newest business, State Street Axe Club. Hosting its grand opening on August 5th, the club introduces a fresh, exhilarating activity to the area — axe throwing. With a team of Axenights,competitivetherangesafetyprovidingemployeesindividualinstruction,aofgames,andpromiseoffutureleagueStateStreetClubcontributes a unique source of fun to the downtown entertainment scene.


All individuals ages ten and up are welcome, with children under the age of 18 required to have a parent or guardian present. Upon entering, participants are greeted by the club’s “axe-perts,” who ask them to sign a safety waiver and ensure they are wearing closed-toe shoes, with free rental shoes available. Groups or

Ottorina Respighi’s amazingly edgy, brilliantly imaginative, stunningly orchestrated, and standing ovation-ready tone poem, The Pines of Rome, brought the evening to an altogether slam-dunk close, the Music Academy Festival Orchestra and conductor Scappucci in full-on, ear-popping, sound-bending, meticulously controlled yet ecstatic orchestral form. What a masterpiece. Wow! more reviews by Daniel Kepl www.performingartsreview.netvisit: MendezZach Guest Conductor Speranza Scappucci, and Lehrer Vocal Institue CA 13th 4th - 31st Sport, watercolor, by Ruth Ellen Hoag Designs, Montecito, by artist Ruth Ellen Hoag in Ruth Ellen Hoag


Nous avons en tête une affaire, from Carmen, one of the most charming patter songs in the repertoire, involved a quintet of singers including, mezzo Danielle Casós, soprano Johanna Will (Tatiana in Onegin), mezzo Tivoli Treloar, tenor Maximillian Jansen (Triquet in Onegin), and baritone Samuel Kidd (the title role in Onegin). Unfortunately, while performed with wonderful ensemble spunk, some of the more delicate, rapid-fire patter was lost to acoustic blind spots.

In a nod to Fiesta week, José Serrano’s Canción de la gitana, featuring mezzo Joanne Evans (Olga in Onegin) and Vuelven las horas lejanas with mezzo, Sarah Margaret Dyer (Madame Larina in Onegin), topped off a zarzuela-themed trio of scenes with Ruperto Chapí’s Carceleras, sung by mezzo Quinn Middleman (Filipjevna in Onegin). A vocal quartet from Puccini’s La Rondine, Bevo al tuo fresco sorriso, presented sopranos Juliette Chauvet and Kylie Amanda Kreucher, with tenors Christopher Willouoghby and Sibo Msibi, together with the entire company of the evening’s singers as chorus. Great idea. Great fun.

Review by Daniel Kepl / VOICE WITH GUEST CONDUCTOR AND MUSIC ACADEMY GRAD (’96) Speranza Scappucci at the helm, the Festival Orchestra bade farewell to the Music Academy’s 75th summer season last Saturday at the Granada Theatre by shining a final spotlight on the Academy’s Lehrer Vocal Institute fellows via a brilliantly curated and diverse opera scenes collage, bookended by two spectacular orchestral masterpieces – Rossini’s Overture to his opera, William Tell, and Respighi’s brain-boggling tone poem, The Pines of Rome Scappucci, Italian-born graduate of The Julliard School and the Conservatorio di Musica Santa Cecilia in Rome, is one of the world’s most exciting and in-demand opera conductors. She made no bones about her expertise on the operatic podium last Saturday, chaperoning eight diverse scenes from operatic masterpieces by Rossini, Donizetti, Verdi, Gounod, Bizet, Serrano, Chapi, and Puccini with fulsome style and solid interpretive finesse. Each scene melded beautifully into the next, a strategically well thought out and beautifully balanced curatorial synopsis, put together with a flair for continuity by Music Academy directing fellow, Sawyer Ann Craig. Scappucci offered as program opener, the complete Overture to Rossini’s last opera (though he lived another 40 years) William Tell (1829) based on Schiller’s politically controversial play. The conductor knew well and demonstrated skillfully with dynamic shadings and orchestral color that she understands the magic of the idyllic woodland setting of the opera’s quiescent opening section.

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The pending storm and cloudburst - virtuoso writing and bravura execution by the orchestra – presage a return to sunshine at many levels announced famously, by the trumpet fanfare that heralds the March of the Swiss Soldiers, a tune known to just about everybody, and their pets. The orchestra and its various soloists – cello, English horn, flute – were in polished form. Scappucci’s tempi after the opening woodland calm? Fast and faster. Exciting, right, Lone Ranger? A sensibly crafted pastiche of scenes from various operas and sundry composers gave worthy salute to the Music Academy’s Lehrer Vocal Institute fellows, all in excellent voice despite some few difficulties of balance acoustically between orchestra, singers, and hall, that covered some of the juiciest vocal bits. A wee bit of miking for the vocalists might not have been a huge sin. Baritone Alex Mathews (Zaretsky in the Music Academy’s production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin) and bass-baritone Yue Wu (Captain in Onegin), opened the set with their chummy duo, Cheti, cheti immantinente, from Donizetti’s Don Pasquale, followed by soprano Krista Renée Pape, mezzo Ariana Maubach, tenor Giorgi Guliashvili, and baritone Eunsung Lee in a powerful scene, Un di, se ben rammentomi, from Verdi’s Rigoletto. Tenor Luke Norvell, the memorable Lensky in Onegin, and bass Eric Delagrange (Gremin in Onegin) negotiated their fabulous duo, A moi les plaisirs, from Gounod’s Faust, with true collaborative élan and Bizet’s,style.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9TH - The Big Green Company, Santa Barbara Public Works, and Marborg have gone all out to clean up Santa Barbara after the jovial and large crowds during Old Spanish Days. They also worked extra hard to keep confetti and trash from getting into the storm drains.


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SATURDAY, AUGUST 6TH- California Lightning racing champ David Gasper from Goleta is at the Santa Maria Raceway tonight. He has four straight wins this year and six overall. The racers and the track need community support.

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 6TH - The not-so-secret Our Lady of Guadalupe mercado on the Santa Barbara Eastside is a treasured highlight of Old Spanish Days. Authentic tamales are prepared on site and many customers take dozens home.

MONDAY, AUGUST 8TH - Lucky it didn’t scorch the cars or spread much! A vegetation fire Sunday on San Marcos Pass and Stagecoach Rd. estimated at two to three acres. Santa Barbara Co. fire, Los Padres fire and CHP were first on it.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4TH - Will Santa Barbara’s Coast Village Road no longer have parklets and patios? A letter has been written to city leaders from a long list of owners saying they want the parking spaces back. Restaurant owners are not on it, but expect a rebuttal.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4TH - La Misa del Presidente at Santa Barbara’s Old Mission is a traditional part of Old Spanish Days. The sermon talked about love, families, strong communities, and traditions. Many people came dressed in their Fiesta attire which added to the beauty of the event. Mariachi’s played during the mass. Afterwards there was a scenic courtyard reception.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 9TH - A special art sale could help raise funds to help restore the Santa Barbara County Courthouse arch. Held online through August 14th by the Santa Barbara Courthouse Legacy Foundation, all art sales will be split 50-50 between artists and SBCLF. Areas of the arch with sandstone are coming apart. SB Palminteri

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3RD - A major semitruck crash blocked NB Hwy 101 at Hope Ave. this morning. Debris was across all lanes and the vehicle split in two. Santa Barbara Fire and CHP on it along with a public works sweeper.

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MONDAY, AUGUST 10TH - Santa Barbara Dons Football players were a very big help in the effort to clear up De la Guerra Plaza after Fiesta to help the Old Spanish Days staff. The players also picked up community service hours. Now it’s time for a vigorous practice schedule. County is responsible for maintaining the courthouse, but lacks funding and artistic resources for authentic restoration.“Ibelieve everybody should own a piece of art that depicts the courthouse,” said Angelique Davis with SBCLF. “What better thing to have on your wall if you live in Santa Barbara or somebody who was married here you can give as a gift.”

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Old Spanish Days would like to give special recognition to Los Niños de las Flores, Las Señoritas, Bienvenidos, Parade Announcers, Parade Marshals, and all the parade volunteers. Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to the 2022 Spirit of Fiesta Tara Mata and 2022 Jr. Spirit Layla Gocong, as well as the entire dance community. Thank-You!

Special thanks to the City and County of Santa Barbara and Old Mission Santa Barbara for their generous support of Old Spanish Days Fiesta since 1924. Also, a thank you to our Collaborative partners: Goleta Valley Historical Society, the Santa Barbara Zoo, and to Santa Barbara Historical Museum for Project Fiesta!

The Board of Directors of Old Spanish Days would like to thank our amazing sponsors, volunteers, and our collaborative non-profit partners. Fiesta could not happen without their generous support! Special gratitude to the entire Santa Barbara community for once again coming out to celebrate this time-honored tradition.

To the many non-profit vendors who contributed to the two Mercados and to the many restaurants, wineries, breweries, distilleries, organizations, and companies that donated to the many events this Fiesta season—Thank you!

¡Gracias!  ——————— DIAMOND ($50,000) ———————   ——————— PLATINUM ($25,000) ———————   ——————— TITANIUM ($17,500) ———————   ————————— GOLD ($12,500) —————————   ———————— BRONZE ($2,500) ————————  Wood-Clayssens Foundation W W W Foundation  ————————— SILVER ($5,500) —————————  Bank of America Robin SantaChaucersCedarlofBooksFlamencoArtsCruzMarkets Thank You To Our Many Sponsors For Bringing Our Festival Back To Our Community! OshayFlorabundanceFamilyFoundationTourSpain OSD_2022SponsorsTY(Voice10x12.5).indd 2 8/2/22 8:17 AM

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DIGS Returns to the Santa Barbara Zoo Dancing under a stunning Santa Barbara sunset, hundreds of locals sipped margaritas and enjoyed small bites from dozens of area businesses when Celebración de Los Dignatarios (DIGS) returned to the Santa Barbara Zoo Thursday night.

Decked in Fiesta attire, history lovers and supporters of the Courthouse Legacy Foundation gathered on August 3rd for the return of the Courthouse Legacy Foundation Fiesta Party. This year, an online art show and sale in support of the courthouse was highlighted with an inperson display of several of the available canvases. Visits by Fiesta Dignitaries included an introduction of Saint Barbara and a dance by the Spirit of Fiesta! Board President Angelique Davis as well as other board members welcomed visitors into the mural room with its new lighting highlighting the stunning details of the ceiling and murals.

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¡Viva La Fiesta!

The CelebratedLobero 150 Years at their Fiesta Party Celebrating 150 years, The Lobero Theatre announced their anniversary at a Fiesta Fandango held at the El Paseo Restaurant. They honored their famous stage with a video retrospective of celebrities and performers that have performed in the oldest continuous theatre in California and the fourth oldest in the Guestsnation.included a few local stars with places on the performance roster, including Alan Parsons.

El Desfile Histórico Led by Los Niños de las Flores and the Spirit of Fiesta, floweradorned floats, historic carriages, bands, and over 300 horses made their way along Cabrillo Boulevard for Fiesta’s first El Desfile Histórico (Historical Parade) in three years. The new route proved a success, with thousands gathering by the waterfront to cheer on the parade!

Montecito Bank & Trust Moved its Fiesta Outside Serenaded at a Fiesta Soiree, friends and family members of Montecito Bank & Trust started off Old Spanish Days on Tuesday, July 26th, at the Santa Barbara Historical Museum Hacienda. Chairman & CEO Janet Garufis and President & COO George Leis welcomed guests to their annual Fiesta Party from the stage. Junior Spirit Layla Gocong and Spirit of Fiesta Tara Mata performed. Guests enjoyed refreshing beverages, including a Fiesta Margarita and food from Los Arroyos. There were even fresh churros!

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During the event Amanda and Richard Payatt were each honored with the Michelangelo Award for their community service.

La Recepción del Presidente!

With opera singer Eduardo Villa singing a resounding rendition of Granada, stunning performances by the 2022 Spirit and Junior Spirit of Fiesta, and dazzling dance numbers by local and regional studios, the Old Mission steps came alive on Wednesday night as Fiesta Pequeña kicked off the week’s festivities before a crowd of thousands.

Leaders from years gone by, including 15 past Presidentes, made their way to the Carriage and Western Museum on July 31st to remember and celebrate Fiesta along with dancers, musiscians, Spirits, and community participants - all congratulating this year’s La Presidente, Maria Cabrera.

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La Presidente Capped Off Fiesta at the Finale

Fiesta Pequeña Warms Hearts

Mouthwatering tacos, burritos, tamales, horchata, and more were served up at the mercados that popped up around town, with proceeds largely going to support local nonprofits. Add line-ups of music and dance performances, cascarones, and the mercados kept the Fiesta party going all day long.

With dance, music, food, and fiesta attire galore, the Profant Foundation celebrated the season with Fiesta Finale, a benefit for the scholarships the Foundation offers to local creatives of all ages on Sunday, August 7th.

CHILDREN | NIÑOS TIE-DYE SHIRTS FOR KIDS Make your own creative shirts Eastside Library • Free, while supplies last • 10am-3pm Sa, 8/13. CAMISAS DE TEÑIDO ANUDADO PARA NIÑOS Haz tus propias camisetas creativas Biblioteca Eastside • Gratis, hasta agotar existencias • 10am-3pm sábado, 8/13. MUSIC | MÚSICA PIANO BOYS Playing Bach, Mozart, and more • First United Methodist Church • Free • 3pm Sa, 8/13. PIANO BOYS Tocan Bach, Mozart y más • First United Methodist Church • Gratis • 3pm sábado, 8/13. TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE Music of New Orleans • SB Bowl • $35-101 • www.sbbowl.com • 6pm Sa, 8/13. TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE Música de Nueva Orleans • SB Bowl • Miguel y Ana Victoria

16 Local News for a Global Village | www.VoiceSB.com August 12, 2022 Safari Local In Person & Online Activities for Everyone Actividades en persona y en línea para todos BILINGUAL / BILINGÜE MUSIC | MÚSICA SUMMER JAZZ JAM PARTY With the Jeff Elliott Trio, musicians invited to join • SB Jazz Society • SOhO • $10-35 • www.sohosb.com • 1-4pm Su, 8/14. FIESTA DE JAZZ DE VERANO Con el Jeff Elliott Trio, músicos invitados a unirse • SB Jazz Society • SOhO • $10-35 • www.sohosb.com • 1-4pm domingo, 8/14. PEPPINO D’AGOSTINO Acoustic guitar • SOhO • $20-25 • www.sohosb.com • 7:30pm Su, 8/14. PEPPINO D’AGOSTINO Guitarra acustica • SOhO • www.sohosb.com • $20-25 • 7:30pm domingo, 8/14. OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE BEACH CLEANUP Show the ocean love • Arroyo Burro Beach • https://tinyurl.com/4hxfuune • 10am-12pm Su, 8/14. LIMPIEZA DE PLAYAS Muéstrale el amor al océano • Arroyo Burro Beach https://tinyurl.com/4hxfuune• • 10am12pm domingo, 8/14. FREEDOM TRAX AT GAVIOTA BEACH Beach wheelchair access • NatureTrack • Gaviota State Park • Free, RSVP at www.naturetrack.org • 12-4pm Su, 8/14. FREEDOM TRAX EN PLAYA GAVIOTA Acceso para sillas de ruedas en la playa • NatureTrack • Gaviota State Park • Gratis, reserva tu lugar en www.naturetrack.org • 12-4pm domingo, 8/14. SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES SUMMER FAMILY DAY Fairy visit, art activities, and more • Wildling Museum of Art & Nature • Free • 11am-4pm Su, 8/14. DÍA DE LA FAMILIA DE VERANO Visita de hadas, actividades artísticas y más • Wildling Museum of Art & Nature • Gratis • 11am-4pm domingo, 8/14.

Verdaguer en The Granada Experimenta las voces apasionadas de la cantante argentina Amanda Miguel y su hija, la cantautora Ana Victoria Verdaguer cuando traigan su gira “Siempre te Amare” al Teatro Granada a las 8pm el sábado, 13 de agosto. Para boletos ($52132) visita www.granadasb.org ofcourtesyPhoto Ticketmaster LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES PARLIAMO! Italian conversation, all levels • Arnoldi’s Cafe, 600 Garden St. • http://parliamo.yolasite.com • Free • 5-7pm Mon. PARLIAMO! (¡HABLEMOS!) Conversación en italiano, todos los niveles • Arnoldi’s Cafe, 600 Garden St. http://parliamo.yolasite.com• • Gratis • 5-7pm lunes. Monday • lunes 8.15

$35-101 • www.sbbowl.com • 6pm sábado, 8/13. AMANDA MIGUEL & ANA VICTORIA VERDAGUER The “Siempre te Amare” tour • Granada Theatre • $52-132 • www.granadasb.org • 8pm Sa, 8/13. AMANDA MIGUEL Y ANA VICTORIA VERDAGUER La gira “Siempre te Amaré” • Granada Theatre • www.granadasb.org • $52132 • 8pm sábado, 8/13. OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE STAR PARTY Telescope view of the night sky • Palmer Observatory, SB Museum of Natural History • Free • www.sbnature.org • 8-10pm Sa, 8/13. FIESTA DE ESTRELLAS Vista telescópica del cielo nocturno • Palmer Observatory, SB Museum of Natural History • www.sbnature.org • Gratis • 8-10pm sábado, 8/13. SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES MAGIC CASTLE CABARET’S WILD & CRAZY SALE! Shop costumes, decor, and more • 30 Los Patos Way • Free • 9am-5pm Sa, 8/13 & Su, 8/14. ¡VENTA LOCA Y SALVAJE DE MAGIC CASTLE CABARET! Compra disfraces, decoración y más • 30 Los Patos Way • Gratis • 9am5pm sábado, 8/13 y domingo, 8/14. MOSAIC MARKET AT THE COURTYARD Shop over 20 vendors • Courtyard behind Mosaic Locale, 1131 State St. • Free • 11am-4pm Sa, 8/13. MERCADO DE MOSAICOS EN EL PATIO Compra de más de 20 vendedores • Patio detrás del Mosaic Locale, 1131 State St. • Gratis • 11am-4pm sábado, 8/13. SB SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE Distribution of supplies • Ortega Park • Donate to the drive https://tinyurl.com/3yt6nkheat:• 11am3pm/until supplies last, Sa, 8/13. COLECTA DE ÚTILES ESCOLARES DE SB Distribución de suministros • Ortega Park • Dona a la campaña en: https://tinyurl.com/3yt6nkhe • 11am-3pm/hasta agotar existencias, sábado, 8/13. SURF ‘N’ SUDS BEER & MUSIC FESTIVAL Discover over 75 breweries and more, with a music festival • Carpinteria State Beach • $35-75 • https://tinyurl.com/4a3p2c9f • 12:30-4:30pm Sa, 8/13 & 8/14. FESTIVAL DE CERVEZA Y MÚSICA SURF ‘N’ SUDS Descubre más de 75 cervecerías y más, con un festival de música • Carpinteria State Beach • $35-75 • https://tinyurl.com/4a3p2c9f • 12:30-4:30pm sábado, 8/13 y 8/14. SIP & PAINT A VAN GOGH Paint your own Starry Night • Danielle Renée Art • Paseo Nuevo • $55 • https://tinyurl.com/kh65y27e • 1-3pm Sa, 8/13. BEBE Y PINTA UN VAN GOGH Pinta tu propia Starry Night • Danielle Renée Art • Paseo Nuevo • $55 • https://tinyurl.com/kh65y27e • 1-3pm sábado, 8/13. AFTERPARTY @ CAMP MOXI Adult DIY activities, dancing, food & drink • MOXI: The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation • $35 • https://tinyurl.com/2p9357uh • 7-10pm Sa, 8/13. FIESTA POSTERIOR @ CAMP MOXI Actividades de bricolaje para adultos, baile, comida y bebida • MOXI: The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation https://tinyurl.com/2p9357uh• • $35 • 7-10pm sábado, 8/13. Saturday • sábado 8.13 MUSIC | MÚSICA THE KINGSTON TRIO Folk music • Lobero Theatre • $4666 • www.lobero.org • 7pm Fr, 8/12. THE KINGSTON TRIO Música folclórica • Lobero Theatre • $46-66 • www.lobero.org • 7pm viernes, 8/12. OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE SANTA BARBARA GHOST TOURS Professor Julie Ann Brown tours you through Downtown SB sharing the stories of local resident ghosts • $35-$150 • www.sbghosttour.com SANTA BARBARA GHOST TOURS La profesora Julie Ann Brown recorre el centro de SB compartiendo las historias de los fantasmas residentes locales • $35$150 • www.sbghosttour.com SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES NETJETS PACIFIC COAST OPEN Polo tournament • SB Polo & Racquet Club • https://tinyurl.com/3f7z9jrs • $30-1,000 • Fr, 8/12-8/28. NETJETS PACIFIC COAST OPEN Torneo de polo • SB Polo & Racquet Club • https://tinyurl.com/3f7z9jrs • $30-1,000 • viernes, 8/12-8/28. GEM FAIRE Gem & bead show • Earl Warren Showgrounds • www.earlwarren.com • $7 • 12-6pm Fr, 8/12; 10am-6pm 8/13; 10am-5pm 8/14. FERIA DE GEMAS Espectáculo de gemas y abalorios • Earl Warren Showgrounds • $7 • www.earlwarren.com • 12-6pm viernes, 8/12; 10am-6pm 8/13; 10am-5pm 8/14. RODNEY CARRINGTON Comedy show • Chumash Casino • www.chumashcasino.com • $39-59 • 8pm Fr, 8/12. RODNEY CARRINGTON Espectáculo de comedia • Chumash Casino • www.chumashcasino.com • $39-59 • 8pm viernes, 8/12. Friday • viernes 8.12 Sunday • domingo 8.14 Amanda Miguel & Ana Victoria Verdaguer at The Granada Experience the passionate voices of Argentine singer Amanda Miguel and her daughter, singer-songwriter Ana Victoria Verdaguer when they bring their “Siempre te Amare” tour to the Granada Theatre at 8pm on Saturday, August 13th. For tickets ($52-132) visit www.granadasb.org Amanda


SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES SANTA BARBARA FARMERS MARKET Shop fresh, local produce and treats • 600, 700, & 800 blocks of State Street • Free • 3-7pm Tu. MERCADO DE AGRICULTORES DE SANTA BÁRBARA Compra productos frescos, locales y golosinas • 600, 700, & 800 cuadras de la calle State • Gratis • 3-7pm martes. • martes 8.16

Chaucer’s Books Welcomes Daniel Stone Dive into the history behind one of the world’s most famous tragedies when local author Daniel Stone hosts a free discussion and signs his book Sinkable: Obsession, the Deep Sea, and the Shipwreck of the

Titanic at Chaucer’s Books at 6pm on Tuesday, August 16th. Chaucer’s Books da la bienvenida a Daniel Stone Sumegete en la historia detrás de una de las tragedias más famosas del mundo cuando el autor local Daniel Stone organice un debate gratuito y firme su libro Sinkable: Obsession, the Deep Sea, and the Shipwreck of the Titanic en Chaucer’s Books a las 6pm el martes, 16 de agosto. Writer Daniel Stone LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES 1 MILLION CUPS Virtually network with entrepreneurs • www.1millioncups.com/santabarbara • Free • 9-10am We. 1 MILLÓN DE TAZAS Red virtual con emprendedores •www.1millioncups.com/santabarbara•Gratis•9-10ammiércoles. DEATH CAFE SB Discuss death in a relaxed setting • Center for Successful Aging • Hill Carrillo Adobe, 11 East Carrillo St. • Free • https://deathcafe.com • 3:305pm We, 8/17. CAFÉ DE LA MUERTE SB Discute la muerte en un ambiente relajado • Center for Successful Aging • Hill Carrillo Adobe, 11 East Carrillo St. • Gratis • https://deathcafe.com • 3:30-5pm miércoles, 8/17. VIRTUAL ENGLISH CONVERSATION Practice naturally • SB Public Library • https://tinyurl.com/4mskfaft • Free • 4:30-5:30pm We. CONVERSACIÓN VIRTUAL EN INGLES Practica naturalmente • Biblioteca pública de SB • Gratis https://tinyurl.com/4mskfaft• • 4:305:30pm miércoles. LE CERCLE FRANÇAIS French conversation, all levels • Arnoldi’s Cafe, 600 Olive St. http://sbfrenchgroup.yolasite.com• • Free • 5-7pm We. EL CÍRCULO FRANCÉS Conversación en francés, todos los niveles • Arnoldi’s Cafe, 600 Olive St. • http://sbfrenchgroup.yolasite.com • Gratis • 5-7pm miércoles. MUSIC | MÚSICA ROBERT PLANT & ALISON KRAUSS With JD McPherson • SB Bowl • $65185 • www.sbbowl.com • 7pm We, 8/17. ROBERT PLANT & ALISON KRAUSS Con JD McPherson • SB Bowl • $65-185 • www.sbbowl.com • 7pm miércoles, 8/17. OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE FREE SENIOR DAY For individuals ages 60+ • SB Botanic Garden • https://tinyurl.com/4v393drrRSVP: • 10am-5pm We, 8/17. DÍA GRATUITO PARA PERSONAS DE LA TERCERA EDAD Para personas mayores de 60 años • SB Botanic Garden • Reserva tu lugar: https://tinyurl.com/4v393drr • 10am-5pm miércoles, 8/17. HIKE ARROYO HONDO PRESERVE Mon & Wed, 12:30-3pm and the first & third weekends, Sat & Sun 10am12:30pm and 12:30pm-3pm. Free • https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge LA RESERVA ARROYO HONDO Los lunes y miércoles de 12:30-3pm y el primer y tercer fin de semana del mes, sábados y domingos 10am12:30pm y de 12:30pm-3pm. La visita es gratuita https://tinyurl.com/ya3pgxge• Wednesday • miércoles 8.17

August 12, 2022 Local News for a Global Village | www.VoiceSB.com 17 LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES TECH COACHING Tech help • Eastside Library • Free • 10am-12:30pm Th & 10am-12pm Fr COACHING TECNOLOGICO Ayuda técnica • Biblioteca Eastside • Gratis • 10 am-12:30 pm jueves y 10 am-12 pm viernes HERBAL FIRST AID Learn herbal remedies • Artemisia Academy • https://tinyurl.com/b5zcxnv8 • $37 • 2-5pm Th, 8/18. PRIMEROS AUXILIOS A BASE DE HIERBAS Aprende remedios herbales • Artemisia Academy • $37 https://tinyurl.com/b5zcxnv8• • 2-5pm jueves, 8/18. ABSTRACTION AFTER PSYCHOLOGY Presented by art historian Suzanne Hudson • SB Museum of Art, Mary Craig Auditorium • Free-$5 • www.sbma.net • 5-6pm Th, 8/18. ABSTRACCIÓN DESPUÉS DE LA PSICOLOGÍA Presentado por la historiadora del arte Suzanne Hudson • SB Museum of Art, Auditorio Mary Craig • Gratis-$5 • www.sbma.net • 5-6pm jueves, 8/18. STRONGER TOGETHER Bipolar & depression support group • Mental Wellness Center, 617 Garden St. • wrapofsantabarbara@gmail.comFree, • 6-7:30pm Th. MÁS FUERTES JUNTOS Grupo de apoyo bipolar y depresivo • Mental Wellness Center, 617 Garden St. • wrapofsantabarbara@gmail.comGratis, • 6-7:30pm jueves. CATALINA CONSERVANCY Presentation by Catalina Island Conservancy President & CEO Tony Budrovich • SB Maritime Musuem • Free-$20 • www.sbmm.org • 7pm Th, 8/18. CONSERVACIÓN CATALINA Presentacion por Catalina Island Conservancy President y CEO Tony Budrovich • SB Maritime Musuem • Gratis-$20 • www.sbmm.org • 7pm jueves, 8/18. BOOK LECTURE & SIGNING Mark Charles discusses Unsettling Truths • Casa de la Raza, 601 E. Montecito St. • Free • 7-8:30pm Th, 8/18. LECTURA Y FIRMA DE LIBROS Mark Charles discute el libro Unsettling Truths • Casa de la Raza, 601 E. Montecito St. • Gratis • 7-8:30pm jueves, 8/18. THIRD THURSDAYS AT MISS DAISY’S “Right sizing” workshop with Elizabeth Stewart • Miss Daisy’s Consignment & Auction House, 3845 State St. • $5 • https://fb.me/e/3A0mDQ4mq • 5-7:30pm Th, 8/18. TERCER JUEVES EN CASA DE MISS DAISY Taller de “Talla correcta” con Elizabeth Stewart • Miss Daisy’s Consignment & Auction House, 3845 State St. • $5 • https://fb.me/e/3A0mDQ4mq • 5-7:30pm jueves, 8/18. MUSIC | MÚSICA THE HEAD AND THE HEART Alternative/indie concert • SB Bowl • $41-81 • www.sbbowl.com • 6:30pm Th, 8/18. THE HEAD AND THE HEART Concierto alternativo/indie • SB Bowl • $41-81 • www.sbbowl.com • 6:30pm jueves, 8/18. KARL DENSON’S TINY UNIVERSE Rock, soul & funk concert • SOhO • $25-30 • www.sohosb.com • 8:30pm Th, 8/18. KARL DENSON’S TINY UNIVERSE Concierto de rock, soul y funk • SOhO • $25-30 • www.sohosb.com • 8:30pm jueves, 8/18. SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES KNIT ‘N’ NEEDLE Knit or crochet with others • Montecito Library • Free • 2-3:30pm Th. TEJE ‘Y’ AGUJA Teje o crochet con otros • Biblioteca Montecito • Gratis • 2-3:30pm jueves. THIRD THURSDAY Free museum admission, music, tours, and more • SB Museum of Art • www.sbma.net • 5-8pm Th, 8/18. TERCER JUEVES Entrada gratuita al museo, música, visitas guiadas y más • SB Museum of Art • www.sbma.net • 5-8pm jueves, 8/18. WINE AND FIRE 2022 Four days of exploring wineries and festivities • Sta. Rita Hills Wine Alliance, locations vary by date • https://tinyurl.com/mwsveush • $25395 • 5pm Th, 8/18-8/21. LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES DEMONSTRATION AT THE TEAHOUSE Traditional Japanese tea ceremony • SB Botanic Garden • Free with admission • https://tinyurl.com/2yyppmzb • 10:30am & 12:30pm Tu, 8/16. DEMOSTRACIÓN EN LA CASA DE TÉ Ceremonia tradicional japonesa del té • SB Botanic Garden • Gratis con entrada • https://tinyurl.com/2yyppmzb • 10:30am y 12:30pm martes, 8/16. DISABILITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP VIRTUAL WORKSHOP Learn about becoming an entrepreneur with a disability • Independent Living Resource Center • Free, visit https://tinyurl.com/57xhx2rs • 1-2:30pm Tu, 8/16. TALLER VIRTUAL DE EMPRENDIMIENTO EN DISCAPACIDAD Obten información sobre cómo convertirte en un empresario con una discapacidad • Independent Living Resource Center • Gratis, visita https://tinyurl.com/57xhx2rs • 1-2:30pm martes, 8/16. TEEN ADVISORY BOARD Provide input on library programming • Eastside Library • Free • 4-5pm Tu. CONSEJO ASESOR DE ADOLESCENTES Proporcionar información sobre la programación de la biblioteca • Biblioteca Eastside • Gratis • 4-5pm martes. TECH COACHING Get tech assistance • Montecito Library • Free • 4-5pm Tu, through 8/23. ENTRENAMIENTO TECNOLÓGICO Obtén asistencia técnica • Biblioteca Montecito • Gratis • 4-5pm martes, hasta el 8/23. CHAUCER’S BOOK SIGNING With local author Daniel Stone, Sinkable • Chaucer’s Books, 3321 State St. • Free • 6pm Tu, 8/16. FIRMA DE LIBROS DE CHAUCER’S Con el autor local Daniel Stone, Sinkable • Chaucer’s Books, 3321 State St. • Gratis • 6pm martes, 8/16. MUSIC | MÚSICA MUSIC AT THE RANCH Free concert with Donna Greene and the Roadside Daddies • Stow House • 5:30-7:30pm Tu, 8/16. MUSICA EN EL RANCHO Concierto gratuito con Donna Greene and the Roadside Daddies • Stow House • 5:30-7:30pm martes, 8/16. MY MORNING JACKET American Rock • SB Bowl • $47-76 • www.sbbowl.com • 6:30pm Tu, 8/16. MY MORNING JACKET Rock americano • SB Bowl • $47-76 • www.sbbowl.com • 6:30pm martes, 8/16.


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Regresa la cena de la presa de Goleta Reúne a familiares y amigos para relajarte con una tarde libre de picnic, música del grupo local de bluegrass Salt Martians, actividades para niños y más en la cena de la presa de Goleta en la presa del lago Los Carneros de 5 a 7pm el sábado, 20 de agosto. Para obtener más información, visita www.goletamonarchpress.com


18 Local News for a Global Village | www.VoiceSB.com August 12, 2022 Past Champagne Class winner Meghan Flores LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES SIGNS, SYMBOLS & SDES WORKSHOP Learn about shared death experiences • Unity Church of SB • https://tinyurl.com/5bwmp2zn • $150 • 9:30am-5:30pm Sa, 8/20. TALLER DE SIGNOS, SÍMBOLOS Y SDE Aprende sobre experiencias de muerte compartidas • Unity Church of SB • https://tinyurl.com/5bwmp2zn • $150 • 9:30am-5:30pm sábado, 8/20. MALKA’S PLACE Talk by artist/photographer Joyce Wilson • Architectural Fdn of SB, 229 E. Victoria St. • Free, reservations molly@afsb.orgrequired:•2pm Sa, 8/20. MALKA’S PLACE Charla de la artista/fotógrafa Joyce Wilson • Architectural Fdn of SB, 229 E. Victoria St. • Gratis, se requieren molly@afsb.orgreservaciones:•2pmsábado, 8/20. MUSIC | MÚSICA SUMMER CONCERT SERIES Free concert by The Nombres • Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center • www.carpinteriaartscenter.org • 6-9pm Sa, 8/20. SERIE DE CONCIERTOS DE VERANO Concierto gratuito de The Nombres • Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center • www.carpinteriaartscenter.org • 6-9pm sábado, 8/20. TRIBUTE TO ELVIS Performed by Raymond Michael • Alcazar Theatre • $35-50 • www.thealcazar.org • 7pm Sa, 8/20. HOMENAJE A ELVIS Interpretado por Raymond Michael • Alcazar Theatre • www.thealcazar.org • $35-50 • 7pm sábado, 8/20. OUTDOORS | AL AIRE LIBRE ARCHITECTURAL WALKING TOURS Learn about local architecture • Architectural Foundation of SB • SB City Hall • Suggested $10 cash donation • 10am Sa & Sun. RECORRIDOS ARQUITECTÓNICOS A PIE Aprende sobre la arquitectura local • Architectural Foundation of SB • SB City Hall • Donación sugerida de $10 en efectivo • 10am sábado y domingo. RANCHO LA PATERA & STOW HOUSE Take a tour • www.goletahistory.org • 11am to 2pm weekends. RANCHO LA PATERA & STOW HOUSE Haz un recorrido www.goletahistory.org• • De 11am a 2pm los fines de semana. SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES SUMMER DRESSAGE Horse riding exhibition • Earl Warren Showgrounds • Free • www.earlwarren.com • 6:30am6:30pm Sa, 8/20-8/21. DOMA DE VERANO Exhibición de equitación • Earl Warren Showgrounds • Gratis • www.earlwarren.com • 6:30am6:30pm sábado, 8/20-8/21. ICE CREAM SOCIAL Celebrate end of summer with a root beer float • Montecito Library • Free • 12:30-1:30pm Sa, 8/20. HELADO SOCIAL Celebra el final del verano con un flotador de cerveza de raíz • Biblioteca Montecito • Gratis • 12:30-1:30pm sábado, 8/20. SIP & PAINT Wine painting workshop • Danielle Renée Art • Paseo Nuevo • $55 • https://tinyurl.com/kh65y27e • 1-3pm Sa, 8/20. BEBE Y PINTA Taller de pintura con vino • Danielle Renée Art • Paseo Nuevo • $55 • https://tinyurl.com/kh65y27e • 1-3pm sábado, 8/20. AL FRESCO PICNIC Picnic with a concert by Conner Cherland • Ganna Walska Lotusland • $50-75 • www.lotusland.org • 1:454:45pm Sa, 8/20. PICNIC AL AIRE LIBRE Picnic con un concierto de Conner Cherland • Ganna Walska Lotusland • $50-75 • www.lotusland.org • 1:454:45pm sábado, 8/20. GOLETA’S DAM DINNER Picnic, live music, kids activities, and more • City of Goleta & Goleta Valley Historical Society • Lake Los Carneros Park • Free • 5-7pm Sa, 8/20. CENA DE LA PRESA DE GOLETA Haz un picnic, disfruta de música en vivo, actividades para niños y más • City of Goleta & Goleta Valley Historical Society • Lake Los Carneros Park • Gratis • 5-7pm sábado, 8/20. THE GOOD GOOD SHOW Comedy show • Night Lizard Brewing Co, 607 State St. • $10 • https://tinyurl.com/27cpnv96 • 7:309pm Sa, 8/20. EL BUEN BUEN ESPECTÁCULO Show de comedia • Night Lizard Brewing Co, 607 State St. • $10 • https://tinyurl.com/27cpnv96 • 7:309pm sábado, 8/20. Saturday • sábado 8.20 LECTURES | MEETINGS | WORKSHOPS CONFERENCIAS | REUNIONES CLIMATE CHANGE & DROUGHT EXTREMES Webinar by Professor Daniel Griffin • SB Botanic Garden • $10-12 https://tinyurl.com/yc5uyxp8• • 5:306:30pm Fr, 8/19. CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO Y SEQUÍAS EXTREMAS Seminario web del profesor Daniel Griffin • SB Botanic Garden • $10-12 • https://tinyurl.com/yc5uyxp8 • 5:306:30pm viernes, 8/19. MUSIC | MÚSICA FRANKIE VALLI & THE FOUR SEASONS Hear this ‘60s music icon • Chumash Casino • www.chumashcasino.com • $79-129 • 8pm Fr, 8/19. FRANKIE VALLI & THE FOUR SEASONS Escucha este icono de la música de los 60 • Chumash Casino • $79-129 • www.chumashcasino.com • 8pm viernes, 8/19. SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES EVENING OF SPIRIT COMMUNICATION With Medium Priscilla Keresey • Unity Church of SB • $40 https://tinyurl.com/2eyec57u• • 7-9pm Fr, 8/19. NOCHE DE COMUNICACIÓN ESPIRITUAL Con la vidente Priscilla Keresey • Unity Church of SB • $40 https://tinyurl.com/2eyec57u• • 7-9pm viernes, 8/19. Friday • viernes 8.19 Safari Local In Person & Online Activities for Everyone Actividades en persona y en línea para todos CONTINUES / CONTINÚA Actividades en persona y en línea para todos BILINGUAL / BILINGÜE Goleta Dam Dinner Returns Gather family and friends to relax with a free evening of picnicking, music by local bluegrass group the Salt Martians, kids activities, and more at the Goleta Dam Dinner at the Lake Los Carneros Dam from 5 to 7pm on Saturday, August 20th. To learn more visit www.goletamonarchpress.com


Summer Dressage in Santa Barbara the beautiful connections between horses and their riders when the Santa Barbara County chapter of the California Dressage Society hosts its rated summer show at Earl Warren Showgrounds from 6:30am to 6:30pm on Saturday and Sunday, August 20th to 21st. Admission and parking are free, visit www.sbccds.org de Verano en Santa Bárbara las hermosas conexiones entre los caballos y sus jinetes

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August 12, 2022 Local News for a Global Village | www.VoiceSB.com 19 MUSIC | MÚSICA GIRLY Q – PACIFIC PRIDE WEEK KICKOFF PARTY & BENEFIT CONCERT Night of live and DJ music supporting Pacific Pride Fdn • SOhO https://tinyurl.com/karf7vkz• • $20-75 • 5:30-11:30pm Su, 8/21. GIRLY Q – FIESTA DE LANZAMIENTO Y CONCIERTO BENÉFICO DE LA SEMANA DE PACIFIC PRIDE Noche de música en vivo y DJ apoyando a Pacific Pride Fdn • SOhO https://tinyurl.com/karf7vkz• • $20-75 • 5:30-11:30pm domingo, 8/21. SPECIAL EVENTS | EVENTOS ESPECIALES SB ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW Local artists & artisans • 236 E. Cabrillo Blvd., SB • 10am-5pm Sundays. EXPOSICIÓN DE ARTES Y ARTESANIAS Artistas y artesanos locales • 236 E. Cabrillo Blvd., SB • 10am-5pm los domingos. GLITTER BRUNCH Hosted by Vivian Storm & Angel D’Mon • Wildcat Lounge, 15 W. Ortega St. • $5 • https://glitterbrunch.comRSVP: • Brunch 11am-3pm, Show 12:30pm, Sun. ALMUERZO DE BRILLO Presentado por Vivian Storm y Angel D’Mon • Wildcat Lounge, 15 W. Ortega St. • $5 • Reserva tu lugar: https://glitterbrunch.com • Almuerzo 11am-3pm, Espectáculo 12:30pm, domingo. CURTAIN UP! Dinner, entertainment, & silent auction supporting Ensemble Theatre Company • Santa Barbara Club • $300 • www.etcsb.org • 5pm Su, 8/21. ¡CORTINA ARRIBA! Cena, entretenimiento y subasta silenciosa en apoyo de Ensemble Theatre Company • Santa Barbara Club • $300 • www.etcsb.org • 5pm domingo, 8/21. DRAG BINGO Show and chances to win prizes • Pearl Social • https://tinyurl.com/5baaevr2 • $20 • 7pm Su, 8/21. BINGO DE DRAG Espectáculo y posibilidades de ganar premios• Pearl Social • $20 https://tinyurl.com/5baaevr2• • 7pm domingo, 8/21. LUNCH AT THE LIBRARY • Children under 18 are invited to pick up a free, nutritious meal • Central Library, Faulkner Gallery • 12-1pm Tue-Fri, through 8/12 ALMUERZO EN LA BIBLIOTECA • Los niños menores de 18 años están invitados a recoger una comida nutritiva gratis • Central Library, Faulkner Gallery • 121pm martes-viernes, hasta el 8/12 STAY & PLAY • Share stories with your kids • Eastside Library • 8:30-10am Tu, 8/16 Montecito Library • 9-10:30am Tu, 8/16 Oak Park • 10am-12pm Fr, 8/19 QUÉDATE Y JUEGA • Comparte historias con tus hijos • Eastside Library • 8:3010am martes, 8/16 Montecito Library • 9-10:30am martes, 8/16 Oak Park • 10am-12pm viernes, 8/19

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Get ready to dance the night away for a great cause when Ace Pro Music presents Girly Q, a benefit concert for the Pacific Pride Foundation from 5:30 to 11:30pm at SOhO Restaurant & Music Club on Sunday, August 21st. Guests include comedian Audrey Stewart, singer-songwriter Jennifer Corday, the band Jane Wayne, and DJ Darla Bea. SOhO dinner reservations are required for table seating. For tickets ($20-75; ages 21+) visit https://acepromusic.org

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It’s Your Library • Es Tu Biblioteca Sunday • domingo 8.21 PACIFIC CONSERVATORY THEATRE INTO THE WOODS Musical twist on classic fairytales • Solvang Festival Theatre • $43.50-55 • https://pcpa.org • 8pm Th, 8/11-9/4. EN EL BOSQUE Giro musical en los cuentos de hadas clásicos • Solvang Festival Theatre • $43.50-55 • https://pcpa.org • 8pm jueves, 8/11-9/4. OJAI YOUTH ENTERTAINERS DISNEY’S ARISTOCATS, KIDS! Inspired by Disney’s film • 907 El Centro Street, Ojai • $10 https://tinyurl.com/yx74tds2• • 6pm Fr, 8/5; 6pm Fr & Sa, 2pm Sa & Su through 8/14. ¡ARISTOGATOS DE DISNEY, NIÑOS! Inspirado en la película de Disney • 907 El Centro Street, Ojai • $10 • https://tinyurl.com/yx74tds2 • 6pm viernes, 8/5; 6pm viernes y sábado, 2pm sábado y domingo hasta el 8/14. RUBICON SUMMER YOUTH THEATRE MAMMA MIA! ABBA-infused summertime musical • Villanova Prep, 12096 N Ventura Ave, Ojai • $10-15 www.rubicontheatre.org• • 8pm Fr, 8/5, runs through 8/14. MAMMA MIA! Musical de verano inspirado en ABBA • Villanova Prep, 12096 N Ventura Ave, Ojai • $10-15 • www.rubicontheatre.org • 8pm viernes, 8/5, hasta el 8/14. OJAI ART CENTER THEATER JUST THE TICKET Comedic one-woman show • Prices to be announced • www.ojaiact.org • Fr, 8/19-9/4. SOLO EL BOLETO Espectáculo cómico unipersonal • Los precios serán anunciados • www.ojaiact.org • viernes, 8/19-9/4. OnSTAGE

MUSIC & MOVEMENT For ages 2-5 • Shoreline Park • 10:30-11am Th, 8/11 MÚSICA Y MOVIMIENTO • Para niños de 2 a 5 años • Shoreline Park • 10:30-11am jueves, 8/11 WIGGLY STORYTIME • For toddlers 14 months - 3 years • Alameda Park • 10:1510:45am We, 8/17 HORA DE CUENTOS WIGGLY • Para niños pequeños de 14 meses a 3 años • Alameda Park • 10:15-10:45am miércoles, 8/17 BABY AND ME For babies 0-14 months • Alameda Park • 11-11:30am We, 8/17 Eastside Library • Bilingual • 11-11:30am Th, 8/18 EL BEBÉ Y YO Para bebés de 0 a 14 meses • Alameda Park • 11-11:30am miércoles, 8/17 Eastside Library • Bilingüe • 11-11:30am jueves, 8/18 LIBRARY ON THE GO Visit the library’s van • MacKenzie Park • 10am-12pm Fr, 8/12 Samarkand, 2550 Treasure Dr. • 2-3pm Tu, Grace8/16Village, 3869 State St. • 3:30-4:30pm Tu, Alameda8/16 Park • 10am-12pm We, 8/17 East Beach Playground • 2-4pm We, 8/17 Shoreline Park • 10:15am-12:15pm Th, 8/18 2-4pm miércoles, 8/17 Shoreline Park 10:15am-12:15pm jueves, 8/18 Oak Park 10am-12pm viernes, 8/19 9/29 9/29 Girly Q – Pride Week Kick-Off Party and Benefit Concert

Girly Q – Fiesta de inicio de la Semana del Orgullo Gay y concierto benéfico Preparate para bailar toda la noche por una gran causa cuando Ace Pro Music presente Girly Q, un concierto benéfico para Pacific Pride Foundation de 5:30 a 11:30pm en SOhO Restaurant & Music Club el domingo, 21 de agosto. Los invitados incluyen a la comediante Audrey Stewart, la cantautora Jennifer Corday, la banda Jane Wayne y la DJ Darla Bea. Se requieren reservaciones para la cena SOhO para sentarse en la mesa. Para boletos ($20-75; mayores de 21 años) visita https://acepromusic.org

Oak Park • 10am-12pm Fr, 8/1 BIBLIOTECA SOBRE LA MARCHA • Visita la camioneta de la biblioteca • Gratis • MacKenzie Park • 10am-12pm viernes, 8/12 Samarkand, 2550 Treasure Dr. • 2-3pm martes, 8/16 Grace Village, 3869 State St. • 3:30-4:30pm martes, Alameda8/16Park • 10am-12pm miércoles, 8/17 E. Beach Playground •

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As this is a children’s book, Sachar ensures these messages are made approachable for young readers by inserting them into a lively, humor-peppered tale. Add its cast of vibrant characters, and Holes serves as an engaging, important read for all ages.

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By Daisy Scott / VOICE WHILE IT MAY INITIALLY SEEM A ADVENTURETYPICALTALE of buried treasure, Holes by Louis Sachar presents young readers with approachable, searing examinations of critical issues such as social class inequality, racism, and America’s prison-industrial complex. Published in 1998, the book became well-known via Disney’s 2003 film adaptation. Yet the film only scratches the surface of Sachar’s storytelling skills, as he weaves classic elements of children’s literature, including magic and curses, through commentary on historic and present-day injustices. The result is a nuanced, exciting chapter book ideal for grades four and up.

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SANTA BARBARA POET LAUREATE EMMA TRELLES HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED AS ONE OF ONLY 22 POETS in the United States to receive the prestigious Poet Laureate Fellowship by the Academy of American Poets. According to the Santa Barbara County Office of Arts & Culture’s announcement, Trelles will receive a $50,000 stipend to support her public work and craft. “I’m so grateful and honored to receive a Poet Laureate Fellowship from the Academy of American Poets, an organization deeply committed to poetry-centric programs all over the country— and to the many poets who make them happen,” shared Trelles. “The fellowship is a real testimony to their faith in our creative and community work.”

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This mystery is ultimately solved via the book’s subplot, focusing on a romance between a Black farmer and a white schoolteacher who lived in the area in the 19th century. Readers also discover how Stanley’s family came to be cursed on account of his “no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather.”Thesethreadsmergeintoacomplexstorythatentertainsreaders while highlighting social issues. Class disparity is examined through how Stanley’s low-income background influences his decision-making, as well as his campmate Hector, who grew up largely homeless. Sachar also explores racism through his romance subplot, firmly denouncing the violent ignorance that ultimately separates the couple. Criticism of America’s incarceration system also runs throughout, as readers increasingly understand what the young camp inmates truly need are resources and support.

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The first Latina poet to be appointed Santa Barbara Poet Laureate, Trelles is the author of Tropicalia, winner of the Andrés Montoya Poetry Prize, and a finalist for Foreword/Indies poetry book of the year. Currently, she teaches creative writing and coordinates the Writing Center at Santa Barbara City College.

Holes follows three stories, with the primary plotline centering on Stanley Yelnats, a 14 years-old boy who is sent to a Texas juvenile detention camp after being wrongfully convicted of stealing. There, Stanley and the other boys are made to dig a hole five feet wide and five feet deep every day, as the manual labor is supposed to “reform” them. Eventually, Stanley realizes there has to be another reason and investigates what buried treasure could lie in the desert.

ALL THE GLITZ AND GLAMOR OF EARLY HOLLYWOOD alongside Montecito’s storied architectural history, Movies & Million-Dollar Mansions: Silent Movies Made in Montecito, CA offers a read as informative as it is entertaining. Penned by local historian and author Betsy J. Green, the book chronicles film production in Montecito between the 1910s and the Roaring ‘20s. 450 photographs accompany the book’s rich details, granting readers insight into the making of over 60 silent films. Green is well-versed in examining Santa Barbara’s history, being the author of the Way Back When book series examining what our city looked like 100 years ago. She also currently writes “The Great House Detective” column for the Santa Barbara Independent Utilizing a witty, engaging tone, Green summarizes all of the silent films produced in Montecito, reflecting on the often ridiculous (but highly entertaining) nature of their stories. “Behind the Scenes” segments follow each summary, explaining how studios used Montecito’s mansions and gorgeous scenery to create religious dramas set in ancient Rome, swashbuckling adventures in 17th century France, historical dramas in Old England, and even a war film set in the Philippines. In reviewing these comments, readers gain deeper appreciation for the creativity of early technology and finance-limited filmmakers. A particularly thrilling, albeit terrifying, example is the story of the 1913 filming of Trapped in a Forest Fire. For that film, members of the Santa Barbara-based “Flying A” production company took advantage of an ongoing fire in Sycamore Canyon by filming actors running amidst the flames. The book offers a better understanding of early 20th century culture as it describes how films handle topics such as religion, romance, and marriage. Heightening this understanding is Green’s inclusion of excerpts from film reviews that reflect audience reactions. Whenever possible, Green also highlights quotes praising the film’s Montecito setting — which sometimes received higher praise than the acting.

The Academy of American Poets has become the largest financial supporter of poets in the nation, through its Poets Laureate Fellowship program. Since 2019, it has awarded a total of $4.35 million in fellowships to 81 poets Uponlaureate.receiving the award, Trelles noted, “For Santa Barbara, this means that we’ll see more from the Mission Poetry Series, with continued biannual readings featuring diverse poets from near and far, and in addition to new classes and public Poetry Walks in partnership with the Santa Barbara Public Library, it also supports a second year of the Alta California Chapbook Prize from Gunpowder Press, open to all Latinx poets living in California and published in bilingual editions in the spring. For me personally, the fellowship also means support and belief in my own poems and writing practice. It’s incredibly validating.” Daisy VOICE

The book concludes with a segment devoted to the various mansions and Montecito locations used by film studios, including Bellosguardo, the Montecito Club, and the All Saints-by-the-Sea Church, showcasing them in photographs and providing a rare visual glimpse into what Montecito looked like when it was frequented by a different set of Hollywood stars.

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As of early July, the United Nations reported that at least 12 million Ukrainians have fled their homes, with five million fleeing to other countries and seven million displaced within the country. Romanova’s mother Olga was one of the lucky ones, coming to live in Santa Barbara with her daughter. Still, it wasn’t easy to get her to leave. “I had to really convince her that she had to leave immediately,” Romanova said, “that she needed to leave everything behind, her entire life.” Others are not so fortunate, or willing to leave. For many people in older generations, their entire world has been their home and their city. Meanwhile, the attacks continue to erode daily life and threaten to cut off communications, especially in smaller towns and more remote villages. “My uncle lived in one such small village just next to Kharkhiv,” Romanova said. “When the Russian troops arrived near his village, we couldn’t reach him for months because they destroyed all the antennas and there was no connection.” They were on the verge of presuming him dead until they found someone courageous enough to go to the village, which had become part of the Ukrainian front line, and bring her uncle back with them. With the invasion of Ukraine now entering its sixth month, the humanitarian crisis continues to build; it was the focus of Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska’s recent visit to the White House. For her part, Romanova continues to monitor the situation and to remind people that conditions in Ukraine are still critical, while securing aid for relief efforts on the ground. She’s grateful to have her mother, her dog Lada, her colleagues, and a way of helping her battered homeland. “It helps when you can make your little contribution and when you feel that you are involved,” she said. “Sometimes I feel that I don’t do enough... so I tell myself that I’m doing my best, and it really helps when you at least do something, you know?”

HAT DO YOU DO when you’re overseas and you find out that your home country has been invaded? That was the unfathomable question UC Santa Barbara postdoctoral researcher Mariya Romanova was faced with last February when she learned that Russian forces had crossed the border into“IUkraine.wasshocked,” said Romanova, who works in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and at the Quantum Foundry. Her hometown, Kharkiv, near Ukraine’s northeastern border with Russia, was among the first to be attacked, with Russian troops firing long-range artillery into the city. Her next thought? “I had to get my family out of there,” she said. And so as invading homewithcommunicationUkrainians,manyfire.ofmothergettingfocusedRomanovatheadvancedtroopsintocountry,onheroutthelineofAswithoverseasfamilybackbecamea

They are collaborating with the larger humanitarian organization Nova Ukraine to establish and maintain non-profitScholarsstatus.forUkraine is focused specifically on helping Ukrainians endure the horrors of war by contributing to four local organizations. Station Kharkhiv delivers food and medication to residents in Kharkhiv’s bomb shelters, while United for Ukraine works to get supplies to healthcare providers in their effort to maintain the health and well-being of people affected by the war. Similarly, Dnipro Fund is raising funds to help local Dnipro healthcare providers treat those wounded in the conflict. New Level, a Rotary Club Branch in Kharkhiv, distributes tons of humanitarian aid while funneling the skills of its volunteers toward the needs of the people. All the organizations provide assistance to refugees and displaced individuals.


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precious lifeline as she saw news of attacks, shelling, destruction, and war crimes. “I felt helpless,” she said. “I also felt guilty because I was outside and wasn’t there to help.” She wasn’t alone. When she attended the March Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) in Chicago, she encountered other scientists, Ukrainian and Russian, similarly shocked and feeling powerless to do anything about the situation. By the third week of the invasion, about three million Ukrainians had fled into neighboring countries — a full blown refugee crisis.APS had responded swiftly to the news of the invasion, adding a session that provided information about measures it was taking to help Ukrainian members and allowing people to give testimony about how the war was affecting them. Inspired by the desire to help and the solidarity expressed at that meeting, Romanova and some fellow scientists formed Scholars for Ukraine, a nonprofit established to send aid and bolster humanitarian efforts in the war-torn area.“We are a group of 18 people, both Russian and Ukrainian,” Romanova said of the small organization. “Everyone has a friend or a classmate who has not left Ukraine and is volunteering right now in small organizations.”

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Using their trusted connections, the collective of expat Ukrainians and Russians are trying to fill local gaps in humanitarian aid that are not covered by broader efforts. The group includes researchers working at UC Santa Barbara, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Purdue, Vanderbilt, Cornell, Princeton, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Syracuse, Yale, Boston University, MIT, and Caltech.

“This exhibition is a collection of paintings, capturing moments in time, glare, and the living history of the colors of the sea,” Falke observed. “This curated collection presents emotional depictions of our experience as a coastal community. Sailing, paddling, fishing, boating, surfing, swimming, walking, and living … the beauty of the ocean and the culture that has formed this part of our world.”

In describing the motivation and the meaning of his life’s work Short shared, “Each of my paintings is like a page from the journal of my life, capturing a moment, a scene or a feeling that I want to remember. One of the reasons people like my paintings so much is that these are the experiences and the moments in time that they too haveThefelt.”Pasadena Museum of California art selected his work for their landmark exhibition In the Land of Sunshine, numbering him as one of California’s most influential narrative painters. Other notable shows by Short have been at the Irvine Museum of California, the Carnegie Art Museum, and the California Surf Museum. In addition, Short’s work is included in the permanent collections of the Irvine Museum, the Hilbert Museum, and the Scripps Cardiac Center Collection among other corporate and business venues. Additionally his work has graced the covers of the Los Angeles Times and Surfer’s Journal.

The Peaceful Sea: Paintings by Kevin A. Short will be on display August 11th through December 31st at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum. See you there!

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By Sigrid Toye, Special to VOICE ITH GLITTERING OCEANSCAPES replete with surfboards and happy people, this column focuses on something very close to my heart…ART! Taking place at one of my favorite venues, the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, our city’s art gallery at the heart of the harbor, The Peaceful Sea: Paintings by Kevin A. Short, opens August 11th for us all to enjoy, the day this publication hits the news stands.

This much anticipated exhibition features 35 seascapes and ocean-themed landscapes by Santa Barbara native Kevin A. Short, a coastal regionalist and contemporary painter. Internationally recognized for his landscapes of the Pacific Coast, Short is considered a particularly intelligent observer of the ocean who paints the surfing and other coastal subcultures using his signature heavy, impressionist brushstrokes and rich, saturated colors.


The Maritime Museum’s talented Director of Collections and Curator, Emily Falke, has worked for eight years to acquire and mount this very special exhibit. “I’m so excited that this day has finally arrived,” she shared. “It’s been quite a journey! Now others will have the opportunity to view what has fascinated me in these spectacular images for so long.”

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

Not interested in displaying his art to others, Short stored much of his work until he shared a few of his paintings with Steve Pezman, editor of Surfer’s Journal, and discovered that they actually sold. “When he handed me a stack of bills,” Short recalled, “I realized I could make a living as an artist, enough to pay rent and other expenses.”

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“Short’s paintings are imbued with narrative and emotion,” Falke observed, “and are particularly relevant to SantaGrowingBarbara.”up along California’s coast, Short was born in San Diego and lived in Santa Barbara where he developed his love of the ocean through sailing, fishing, and spending long days in the surf. Raised in a family of scientists and engineers, he dreamed of a career in chemistry but was discouraged by a chemistry teacher he disliked. When the family relocated to New Mexico, Short was unhappy and uncomfortable in the heat. As a form of therapy he returned to California in his imagination by painting his observations and memories along the beach. “I began painting to remember the ocean and capture those special times in my life when I was far from the coast, and I still paint from that same motivation,” stated the artist. Originally Short began painting with a toy watercolor set and a pile of crayons, drawing on leftover butcher paper in the middle of the kitchen floor. Eventually he chose to formally study art at the University of New Mexico, Pepperdine University in Malibu, and the famed Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

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Anacapa St • 805-568-3994 CLAY STUDIO GALLERY: A Collector’s Eye: Selections from the Rupp Collection • 9-5pm, Mon-Fri; By Appt • 1351 Holiday Hill Rd • 805-565-CLAY • www.claystudiosb.org CORRIDAN GALLERY: CA Central Coast Artists • 125 N Milpas • We-Sa 11-5 & by Appt • 805-966-7939 • www.corridan-gallery.com CYPRESS GALLERY: 119 E Cypress Av, Lompoc • Sat & Sun 1-4 • 805737-1129 • www.lompocart.org EL PRESIDIO DE SANTA BÁRBARA: Nihonmachi Revisited; Memorias y Facturas • 123 E Canon Perdido St • Th-Sun 11-4 • www.sbthp.org/presidio ELVERHØJ MUSEUM: Greenland Land Of The Midnight Sun ~ Sept 18 • 1624 Elverhoy Way, Solvang • 805-686-1211 • Th-Mo 11-5 • www.elverhoj.org FAULKNER GALLERY • Tues-Sat 10-5 https://www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/lib/default.asp• GALLERY 113: Members of SB Art Assn; Julianne Martin, Artist of the Month ~ Aug • 1114 State St, #8, La Arcada Ct • 805-965-6611 • Mo-Sa 115; Sun 1-5 • www.gallery113sb.com GALLERY LOS OLIVOS: Sheryl Knight and Linda Mutti: Romance of the Landscape ~ Aug 31 • Thu-Mo 10-5 • www.gallerylosolivos.com GANNA WALSKA LOTUSLAND: 805.969.9990 • www.lotusland.org GOLETA VALLEY LIBRARY: 500 N. 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SUMMER ART FESTIVALS, with local artists and musicians enjoying a day sharing their work in the sunshine, have been a tradition of The Goleta Valley Art Association since its inception. The tradition returns this Saturday, August 13th, from 11 to 5pm, when the organization hosts The Summer Show and Sale at the Marketplace.

CARPINTERIA PLEIN AIR ARTIST SHOW RECEPTION • View works by 28 local artists & enjoy music • Island Brewing Company, 5049 6th St. • Free • 3-6pm Su, 8/21. RECEPCIÓN DE ARTE DE CARPINTERIA PLEIN AIR ARTISTS • Ve obras de 28 artistas locales y disfruta de la música • Island Brewing Company, 5049 6th St. • Gratis • 3-6pm domingo, 8/21. SUMMER ART SHOW & SALE • View Goleta Valley Art Association artists’ works • Camino Real Marketplace • Free • 11am5pm Sa, 8/13. EXPOSICIÓN Y VENTA DE ARTE DE VERANO • Ve las obras de los artistas de la Asociación de Arte del Valle de Goleta • Camino Real Marketplace • Gratis • 11am5pm sábado, 8/13.

CARPINTERIA PLEIN AIR ARTIST SHOW RECEPTION • View works by 28 local artists & enjoy music • Island Brewing Company, 5049 6th St. • Free • 3-6pm Su, 8/21. RECEPCIÓN DE ARTE DE CARPINTERIA PLEIN AIR ARTISTS • Ve obras de 28 artistas locales y disfruta de la música • Island Brewing Company, 5049 6th St. • Gratis • 3-6pm domingo, 8/21.

Sponsors include Art Essentials, Camino Real Marketplace, Limousine Link, and Pacific Western Bank. Ten percent of proceeds from sales will benefit Direct Relief.

The Summer Art Show to Open at the Marketplace


Suzanne Hudson DJ Darla Bea

EXPOSICIÓN Y VENTA DE ARTE DE VERANO • Ve las obras de los artistas de la Asociación de Arte del Valle de Goleta • Camino Real Marketplace • Gratis • 11am-5pm sábado, 8/13.

Museo de Arte de Santa Bárbara organiza el tercer jueves gratuito

DISFRUTA DE UNA VELADA DE ARTE para toda la familia cuando el Museo de Arte de Santa Bárbara ofrezca entrada gratuita de 5 a 8pm el jueves, 18 de agosto. Se incluye música de DJ Darla Bea, entradas gratuitas para rifas y actividades docentes dirigidas por artistas en el Centro de recursos familiares. Ve el busto de retrato recién instalado de Nefertiti - Miles Davis (Gold) del artista Awol Erizku. En el Auditorio Mary Craig, la historiadora de arte y crítica Suzanne Hudson presentará Abstracción después de la psicología, explorando la abstracción de mediados de siglo en relación con la psicología, de 5 a 6pm. Para boletos (gratis-$5) visita www.sbma.net Goleta Valley Art Association

Featuring original 2 and 3-D works by 21 local artists at Camino Real Marketplace in Goleta, the festival will fill the outdoor food court area of the plaza and give visitors the opportunity to view and purchase the association’s artwork as well as enjoy the music of Greg LeRoy from 1 to 4pm.

SB Museum of Art to Host Free Third Thursday ENJOY AN EVENING OF ART for the whole family when the Santa Barbara Museum of Art offers free admission from 5 to 8pm on Thursday, August 18th. Music by DJ Darla Bea, free raffle entries, and teaching artist-led activities in the Family Resource Center are included. View the newly-installed portrait bust Nefertiti – Miles Davis (Gold) by artist Awol Erizku. In the Mary Craig Auditorium, art historian and critic Suzanne Hudson will present Abstraction after Psychology, exploring mid-century abstraction in connection to psychology, from 5 to 6pm. For tickets (Free$5) visit www.sbma.net

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The Goleta Valley Art Association began as a small group of artists who first met in March 1963, showing their artwork at a Goleta bank. From its first meeting place in the office of the Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce to its present-day site at the Goleta Public Library, the Association has grown from 16 members to over 200 members. The association has resumed monthly exhibitions at the Goleta Public Library.

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“We are so excited to be bringing our outdoor summer show back to Goleta,” said Elizabeth Flanagan, president of the organization. “It has been a pleasure to work with the management of the Marketplace to make this happen.”

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