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hen cell phone footage of a near-riot instigated by a man jumping on top of moving cars went viral just weeks before Deltopia, authorities started to sweat. Their unease proved justiﬁed Saturday night when utter chaos plagued Isla Vista streets as hundreds of people rioted during what’s become an annual mega party. A number of them chucked bottles, bricks, and rocks directly at law enforcement oﬃcials, leaving one UCSB police oﬃcer with a split forehead and four Sheriﬀ ’s deputies with deep lacerations to their hands. Often considered the doppelgänger of I.V.’s infamous Halloween party, Deltopia led to more injuries, arrests, and damage this year than last fall’s October attraction; police ﬁred tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse crowds during a scene heavy with, as one student put it, an “us versus them” mentality. A near-institution, Halloween now shuts down streets and is organized months in advance, and it proved relatively tame last year. Despite Halloween’s “drain on money and resources,” said UCSB police spokesperson Sgt. Robert Romero, “it looks like [Deltopia’s] going in that direction.” On Saturday, an aerial photograph indicated 25,000 people packed the streets to participate in “hooliganism,” said Sheriﬀ Bill Brown when he reported to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday morning. Among a detailed list of statistics, Brown said a 17-year-old Los Angeles male swung a backpack stuﬀed with full liquor bottles at a UCSB police oﬃcer’s face — knocking him to the ground and cutting him above the eyebrow — who sought to grasp him after he witnessed the suspect in a ﬁght. This altercation drew the attention of an increasingly “unruly” crowd. Desmond Louis Edwards has been charged with mayhem (the legal term for maiming a victim) and assault on a police oﬃcer, among other felony counts. He will be tried 10
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as an adult, d l and d iff convicted, d h his sentence willll range from probation to 12 years in state prison. Some students cried foul at the ﬁve large, university-funded surveillance cameras that cropped up last week, claiming the installation lacked transparency and was done hastily. The footage is still being reviewed by the Sheriﬀ ’s department. (In February, the university installed two cameras near the Isla Vista Theater following two sexual assaults.) The mobile but sturdy cameras are expected to be removed next week. Also new this year, the county enforced its festival ordinance — in place for years — which allows oﬃcers to issue citations to those playing music loud enough to attract a crowd unless they obtained a proper permit (no one did). People were informed of this law a few days prior — another hurried move, said UCSB student representative Alex Moore. Open discussions are now happening, he said, “however, it’s a little late.” Oﬃcers issued 11 tickets and reportedly gave warnings ﬁrst. The free-for-all would escalate for four or ﬁve hours, requiring 106 “mutual aid” law enforcement oﬃcers to be called in by the Sheriﬀ ’s department at the last minute, supplementing the 130 initially assigned. The Santa Barbara Police Department provided 30 oﬃcers, and other agencies, including Search and Rescue volunteers, came from as far south as Oxnard and as far north as San Luis Obispo. Noting the endless criticisms possible from a “Monday-morning armchair perspective,” Brown commended his oﬃcers. He added mob behavior is not unique to Isla Vista, citing two recent examples of civil unrest — one was against police-involved shootings and the other followed the loss of a game — and a study that indicates mob violence is shown to induce “selfgenerated” euphoria. Following the sheriﬀ ’s report, nd District Supervisor Janet Wolf asked Brown why there were no road closures — a tactic used at Halloween — when the board had passed a reso-
l lution a week k prior to authorize h them. h Brown responded, “You can argue it both ways,” claiming that if you put up parking restrictions, it creates more space for people to party. Plus, the board passed it relatively late, he said. Wolf also noted UCSB’s policy to handle arrested students seems “ambiguous.” UCSB does not automatically discipline students convicted of misdemeanors or felonies that occur oﬀ campus. In some oﬀ-campus cases, university administrators review the incident and determine if university action is warranted. There were seven expulsions in 2011-2012; ﬁve in 2012-2013; and none so far this year. Both oﬃcials and students have claimed the delinquency stemmed from out-of-towners who ﬂock to the “attractive nuisance,” or unofﬁcial bash, driven by the Internet’s “word of mouth.” Brown’s facts somewhat conﬁrmed that buzz. Approximately 66 percent of those arrested identiﬁed themselves as from out of the area. On Saturday, of the 130 people arrested — an 83 percent increase from last year — ﬁve were for violent crimes. Sixteen were UCSB students, 10 were SBCC students, and 36 attended a school outside the county. More than 250 people were issued citations, most of which were for being drunk in public or a minor in possession. Two tickets were given for an overcrowded balcony (a balcony collapsed last year, leaving several injured). Further, 9-1-1 received 520 calls, and 50 people were transported for medical treatment. (District Attorney Joyce Dudley said she’d estimate about 40 percent of cases from Halloween involved a UCSB or SBCC student.) “[Some of the students] felt that their rights had been violated in this crackdown,” said Alex Moore, internal vice president of UCSB Associated Students. “Does that excuse what happened? No, not at all.” Speaking before the supervisors on Tuesday, Moore said he wanted UCSB students to take responsibility for their part, and he also called for a grand jury to conduct a third-party investigation of the event. ■
The 48-year-old man who punched a 71-year-old man during an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in 2012 was sentenced to eight years in state prison on 4/4. Santa Barbara resident Doug Stekkinger (pictured) struck the elderly victim after a quarrel over whether or not Stekkinger’s dog was allowed inside the meeting room at the Veterans Memorial Building. Despite a “well-stated” request by his public defender for residential treatment rather than prison time, the judge handed down eight years, of which Stekkinger will serve at least six. Thirty-five-year-old Travis Rosenblatt was taken into custody on 4/3 at his residence on the 1400 block of Las Positas Place. Rosenblatt was wanted for an armed robbery he allegedly committed at a gas station in February 2013. The Sheriff’s department’s Special Enforcement Team surrounded the residence at 5 a.m., and after an approximately two-and-a-half-hour standoff, Rosenblatt surrendered. The arrest was a result of newly available DNA evidence, explained Sheriff’s spokesperson Kelly Hoover. In 2006, Rosenblatt was convicted of committing a bank robbery. Mireille Miller-Young — the UCSB professor charged with misdemeanor theft, battery, and vandalism last month after allegedly taking an antiabortion protester’s sign, destroying it, and injuring a protester in the process — pleaded not guilty on 4/4. Miller-Young didn’t appear in court but was represented by her lawyer, Catherine Swysen, who declined to comment on the case. The next hearing is scheduled for 5/1.
CITY The Santa Barbara metropolitan area was ranked second for all small cities in terms of “anti-sprawl” by a national organization advocating for “smart growth” planning policies and was ranked fourth for cities of all sizes. Santa Barbara’s rankings were released by Smart Growth America, a Washington, D.C.–based
101 Pollution Buffer
By a vote of 5-to-2, the Santa Barbara City Council approved new regulations guiding new development proposed within 250 feet of Highway 101 — citing health and safety considerations — but not banning it outright, as was first proposed. The proposal drew fire from some community residents who noted that the city’s guidelines were the weakest in the state or the county. Steve Johnson, owner of an affected property on West Figueroa Street, said every other regulating government entity limits development within 500 feet of the freeway. Citing his PhD in mathematics, Johnson said the consultant who concluded 250 feet would be adequate, given Santa Barbara’s unique meteorological and traffic conditions, got his calculations wrong. If the right numbers were plugged in, Johnson said, Santa Barbara would have a 1,000-foot buffer. City planners acknowledged the consultant erred in the narrative portion of his report, but that his modeling numbers that indicated the relative risk of different exposure levels was solid. The particulates emitted by freeway traffic have been linked to heart disease and cancer. But because newer cars are burning cleaner — not to mention Santa Barbara’s ocean breezes — the council majority concluded the 250-foot guidelines would suffice. Developers will be required to include physical barriers and plantings to screen residents from freeway-borne pollutants. Also required will be double-paned windows and air-filtration systems. Councilmember Dale Francisco argued such a regulation, however softened, was unnecessary; most people understand proximity to the freeway is less than desirable. Councilmember Cathy Murillo — who agrees with Francisco on little — also voted against the regulation but, in her case, because it would make the — Nick Welsh development of affordable housing more difficult.
institute, based on planning policies designed to promote housing density around a well-defined urban core and multiple transportation options. The group, which judged 232 metropolitan areas, contends compact and well-connected urban areas provide greater economic opportunities and that residents live longer, healthier lives. In both categories, the city immediately ahead of Santa Barbara was Atlantic City and immediately behind was Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. The Santa Barbara International Film Festival has set Tuesday, January 27 - Saturday, February 7, 2015, as the dates for its 30th installment, adding a 12th day of events and screenings to mark the fest’s 30th anniversary. For more information, visit sbfilmfestival.org. Landlord Dario Pini’s tenants at 26 Chapala Street had their power turned off two weeks ago at the instigation of building inspectors who contended the two-story structure was not safe for habitation. Pini countered that only the face of the building was under construction and that none of the interior space of the 11 units were directly affected. Pini accused City Hall of waging a “vindictive” campaign against him, noting that the power was turned off on the Thursday right before a four-day weekend, meaning no city employees were available for discussion.
COUNTY If you see smoke over the mountains for the next few weeks, don’t freak out: You’re most likely seeing evidence of a controlled burn being conducted by a Los Padres National Forest team. The goal of these fires is to eliminate the piled brush and vegetation that’s been recently cut in the Santa Barbara Ranger District. The bushes will be burned to reduce hazardous fuels and enhance the health of the forest, and only when the weather conditions are deemed safe.
The Department of Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services (ADMHS) recently received a $2.6 million state grant, which it will put toward a crisis stabilization unit to divert mentally ill individuals from emergency rooms, a crisis residential facility where patients could spend up to 30 days, and a mobile crisis team based in Lompoc. That award comes on the heels
of an $8.3 million state grant that the department is using to establish triage teams throughout the county. The California Coastal Commission on 4/10 will hear an appeal of the County Board of Supervisor’s approval of the Paradiso del Mare development project a half-mile west of Bacara Resort. While commission staff has recommended denying the appeal, attorney Marc Chytilo, who is representing a coalition of environmental groups opposed to the project, is encouraging community members to attend the meeting and voice their opposition in hopes the commission will override the staff recommendation. Organizers of this year’s Lucidity Festival have teamed up with the county’s Public Health Department and an environmental consulting company called Sudbusters to create a dishwashing pilot program in the name of sustainability and reduced waste. Previously forced to use “single use” plates mandated by current health and food codes, festival leaders say they hope to prove that dishwashing can be a sanitary and viable option in a big event setting, and they’re working with Assemblymember Das Williams’s office to reform the outdated section of food-service legislation by 2016.
Cash Caution County Hopeful but Guarded About This Year’s Budget
BUTTING HEADS: Sheriff Bill Brown listened to Supervisor Peter Adam speak at a budget meeting on Tuesday. The two are at odds when it comes to Adam’s Measure M, which Brown and others have said “would cripple law enforcement.”
BY LY Z H O F F M A N autious optimism was the name of the game at this week’s three-day workshop on the county budget, which saw the heads of the 23 county departments speak to the supervisors about how their organizations have fared this ﬁscal year — set to end June 30 — and how they will manage in the next. Although this week’s hearings were meant to let the departments’ requests marinate — a recommended budget will come in May, with ﬁnal approval in June — if the CEOs’ presentations and the board’s remarks were any indication, treading lightly will continue in 2014-2015. County staﬀ at this meeting, on the heels of a shorter session last month, talked about how the county is rebounding in the wake of the recession, including inroads in paying down the county’s $800 million unfunded pension liability and saving money for jail operations in preparation for the North County facility’s opening in 2018. But the potential passage of Supervisor Peter Adam’s Measure M, and the consequential $18 million-$21 million that would have to be dedicated to maintenance, could threaten the county’s modest progress, and the ordinance’s possible eﬀects were the main subject of Wednesday’s meeting, as they were at the March meeting. Signiﬁcant attention was also paid to the statuses of the Sheriﬀ ’s department, Public Health, and the department of Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services (ADMHS). Overall, most of the 23 departments requested more than $26 million above their recommended budgets.
two departments “two of the most challenging” he has dealt with in his 12 years as a government executive. For ADMHS, although “some internal challenges” remain, its years of struggle may be in the rearview mirror, Wada said, largely due to several timely grants and increased MediCal revenue from the Aﬀordable Care Act. The department’s recommended $92 million operating budget has been supplemented by a recent $2.6 million state grant (for a crisis stabilization unit, crisis residential unit, and a mobile crisis team) and $8.3 million state grant for countywide triage teams, The department’s plans for those services, as well as, among others, those for the homeless and foster kids with mental-health needs, will only require $800,000 from the county. “The services we provide at ADMHS are vital to our community,” Wada said.
ADMHS: Dr. Takashi Wada, head of ADMHS
and Public Health, called the budgets for those
PUBLIC HEALTH: While the Aﬀordable Care
Act has helped ADMHS, for Public Health it is creating “a mixture of opportunities combined with major uncertainties and potential risks,” Wada said, noting the challenges of enrolling and retaining MediCal patients. At least for 2014-2015, Public Health will shelve its plans to outsource its clinical lab services, Wada continued; the idea, raised in March, would have saved Public Health about $1 million annually but was unpopular with several supervisors. With a recommended operating budget of $75 million, the department asked the board for an extra $305,000 to hire employees for Animal Services and Hazardous Materials.
SHERIFF’S OFFICE: After speaking earlier
in the day about Deltopia, Sheriﬀ Bill Brown said Tuesday that his organization — with an expected operating budget of $122.5 million — could use $3 million in extra money, but what is crucial now is about $615,000: $452,000 to temporarily make the Santa Maria branch jail a 24-hour facility; $107,000 for a “transition team” for the planned North County Jail; and $56,000 for a data analyst. Brown touted a 6 percent drop in violent crime, as well as the department’s $375,000 federal grant for dealing with panga boats and its $39 million state grant for a recidivism-reducing wing in the new jail. He said ongoing challenges include reinstating jobs lost during the recession and increasing staﬃng for the jail. “We’ve stopped the hemorrhaging,” he said.
The Goleta Union school board appointed Luz Reyes-Martin as interim trustee on 3/31. Reyes-Martin, who works for Goleta in the Neighborhood Services department, will serve on the board until December and is eligible to run for a four-year term in the November election. Superintendent Bill Banning said though there was a “strong pool of candidates,” the board’s decision was unanimous, and ReyesMartin was sworn in at this week’s board meeting. School boardmembers, city councilmembers, and state officials gathered 4/5 to celebrate the grand opening of the Franklin Service Center. Located at Franklin Elementary School, the center will provide the space for various resources — CADA, United Way, CalFresh, SBCC English classes, Planned Parenthood, cont’d page 12
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MEASURE M: If voters in June decide to
require the board to maintain county-owned roads, parks, and buildings at their current condition or better, the county could turn to several options, yet whether they would be enough to cover the $18 million-$21 million costs remains unclear. Ideas range from increasing revenue — asking voters in November to increase the hotel bed tax from 10 percent to 12 or 12.5 percent could generate about $1.5 million — and reducing the ﬂeet of facilities to allocating discretionary funds incrementally (which is the funding scheme for the new jail) and applying for infrastructurespeciﬁc grants. An unpopular option involves making cuts to the General Fund, which could mean less money for public safety and social ■ services. april 10, 2014
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COAST, and office hours for Assemblymember Das Williams and State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson — every week in English and Spanish. Williams, who grew up on the Eastside and spearheaded the efforts, praised Franklin Principal Casie Killgore for her collaboration and commitment to providing essential services for nearby residents. Santa Barbara City College trustees may place a bond measure on the November ballot in hopes of sprucing up aging buildings. College administrators estimate $310 million worth of improvements are needed on the main campus, it was announced at a special meeting last week, but they have not officially filed the resolution or finalized an amount. The SBCC board will vote on the matter at an upcoming meeting; the deadline to file a resolution with the county is 6/26.
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fracking, well stimulation, and other “high-intensity” extraction techniques on unincorporated county land. Gathering at Alameda Park at 10 a.m., more than 100 people heard from Assemblymember Das Williams — who commended the Water Guardians’ grassroots efforts — and speakers Katie Davis and Rebecca Claassen. “This is not the conventional oil we’ve been getting for hundreds of years,” said Davis, adding that 7,000 new cyclic-steam-injection oil wells are in the works, which, if approved, would triple the county’s total greenhouse-gas emissions. To place the proposed ban on the ballot, volunteers must gather more than 13,000 signatures within about five weeks. Three barrels’ worth of oil leaked at Venoco’s Ellwood Onshore Oil and Gas Facility (EOF) in the early evening 3/29, according to a statement from the City of Goleta, which Venoco notified about the spill. Venoco staff reportedly spotted wet ground near the “heater treaters” within the EOF and linked it to a leak in a sixinch oil line connecting the heater treater with the hydrogen sulfide stripper. EOF and Platform Holly operations were stopped until early afternoon on 3/30, while the leak was fixed and a cleanup took place. The Fire Department was also alerted to the incident and made sure the spill was contained.
Bigwigs from the business world and their environmental counterparts gathered last week for the annual ECO:nomics conference at the Bacara Resort & Spa. Speakers included Michael T. Duke, Walmart chair and former CEO; Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund; author Vaclav Smil; and many more. For full coverage, visit independent.com. ■
Rosemary Baugh (pictured), the 57-year-old woman who pleaded no contest to bilking 80-yearold David Dahan — a wealthy businessperson now suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s — out of more than $700,000, was sentenced to three years of probation and ordered to pay a $500,000 fine, make restitution for an amount to be worked out in a later trial, undergo mentalhealth treatment, and stay away from Dahan’s residence. Baugh, who showed up in court pushing a walker and wearing a white, full-length dress and white pumps, is not facing jail time, because of a plea deal worked out at the urging of the victim’s family. That deal proved sufficiently controversial that a prior judge rejected it. Even so, Baugh’s attorney — Mark Saatjian — asked that the fine be reduced, noting that Adult Protective Services (APS) had interviewed the victim and found him to be “desirous” of maintaining the relationship that Baugh claimed lasted off and on for 27 years. Prosecuting attorney Brian Cota insisted that Baugh pay the full fine. “She should get every form of punishment we can give her,” he said. Baugh maintained that she and Dahan were lovers and that in recent years she served as his caretaker, as well. She said he wanted to take care of her after he died by providing her a mobile home. Family members, she said, objected, worried their inheritance might be at risk. Cota said Baugh’s life has been characterized by “sloth and greed” and disputed there was any evidence indicating the relationship was anything but casual. Likewise, he questioned the medical qualifications of the Adult Protective Service worker to render an opinion about Dahan’s mental state. Dahan was diagnosed with dementia in 2011; the APS interview took place in 2012. And in January 2013, Baugh and Dahan were married. Ten days later, Baugh filed for divorce, effectively clouding the resolution of Dahan’s considerable estate. Outside the courthouse, Baugh declined to discuss the case other than to indicate she plans to write about it, possibly — Nick Welsh in screenplay form, someday.
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Adelante Charter School administrators were all smiles Tuesday night as boardmembers praised the staff’s report of their charter renewal petition. The school was formerly César Chávez Charter School, and many of the key players are still around to remember the “hard” renewal process four years ago that nearly shut down the K-6 school. “That is not the same school today,” said Adelante boardmember Jack Rivas. The sole area for improvement, boardmembers said, is that the school must match its racial and ethnic makeup to that of the district’s. Currently 94 percent of the 225 students enrolled are Latino, while 58.6 percent of district students are Latino.
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Feds Order State Water Transfers Stopped ith Lake Cachuma’s water level plunging in one of the worst droughts to hit the South Coast, the federal Bureau of Reclamation ordered the Central Coast Water Authority (CCWA) to stop depositing 50 acre-feet a day of highly coveted State Water Project water into the Cachuma reservoir. Likewise, the bureau — which built and owns the dam — ordered the Cachuma Operation and Maintenance Board (COMB) to stop accepting HIGH AND DRY: Ray Stokes of the Central Coast Water the water. The call came last Authority worries that the Bureau of Reclamation needlessly Friday at 7:30 a.m.“There was complicated his efforts to secure new water supplies because absolutely no forewarning,” it has failed to fix key water pumps over the past six months. said Randy Ward, COMB manager. “None.” Ray Stokes of CCWA was that’s not a problem. The Bureau of Reclamasimilarly appalled. “This is ridiculous,” he said. tion maintains two pumps capable of sending “I don’t want to be in the position of buying this water 2,000 feet down Hilton Creek and some of the water that’s available around the into the main stem of the river. But one of the state and then not being able to get it here.” pumps doesn’t work at all, and the other has In less dire times, such an order could be serious reliability challenges. In the past year, chalked up to intergovernmental confusion. the pumps have malfunctioned eight times, But when the City of Santa Barbara just autho- leaving federally endangered ﬁsh stranded in rized $550,000 to maximize the eﬃciency mud. To date, 180 have died. With its Hilton Creek pumps not able to of its wells and is poised to spend another $750,000 to study restarting its desalination deliver the requisite amount of water, the plant, every drop has become extremely pre- bureau opted to eﬀectively commandeer what’s cious. For the ﬁrst time ever, the Department known as the “outlet works” of the Cachuma of Water Resources announced this January dam. This functions much like a bathtub plug that the State Water Project could make abso- at the bottom of the dam. CCWA pumps state lutely no deliveries. But Santa Barbara water water into Cachuma via this plug. But it’s agencies were lucky enough to have 13,000 physically impossible for Cachuma operators acre-feet from the previous year’s state water to allow water out for the steelhead while at allotments squirreled away in the San Luis Res- the same time pumping state water into the ervoir. For the past two months, CCWA has dam. And, even if it were possible, state water been pumping those reserves from San Luis to is too warm for steelhead. As a result, it can’t be Lake Cachuma at the rate of 50 acre-feet a day. added to the mix until later in the year when With the bureau’s order, those deliveries have water temperatures are naturally warmer. (State water, which is a blend of multiple creeks and been put on hold. If the water level at Cachuma drops another rivers, is also believed to confuse the process 19 feet, dam operators will be forced to pump by which steelhead “imprint” their waterway water that normally ﬂows by gravity up into of origin on their way out to sea.) intake valves so that it can then be delivered Margaret Gidding, spokesperson for the to ratepayers throughout the South Coast. The Bureau of Reclamation, said her agency has Montecito Water District has set aside up to been trying to solve the pump problem but $2.7 million to secure emergency water sup- that the ﬁx is more complicated than initially plies. If it fails — and rationing doesn’t work assessed. She expressed conﬁdence that a solu— district managers have warned they could tion has been found, though she did not divulge go dry by July. They have their eyes on 1,000 what it is. “We believe we have found a way to acre-feet of water from a seller who has it stored make things work with CCWA so they can get in the San Luis Reservoir. But until this snafu their State Water Project water,” she wrote. is settled, it’s unclear how the district would Ray Stokes of CCWA said he isn’t waiting. In transport that water into Lake Cachuma. 2004, he said his agency encountered a similar At the root of this dysfunction is a require- problem and bypassed the dam’s outlet works ment that dam operators release about by pumping the water into pipes that went up one-third of an acre-foot a day so that the and over Lake Cachuma, depositing water into endangered steelhead trout can make their the dam from the top rather than the bottom. way from the dam — which blocks their path If the bureau doesn’t budge, he said, CCWA will to prime spawning grounds upriver — to the reinstall those pipes. In the meantime, he said, Highway bridge located 3.2 miles down “If the bureau had its act together, we’d never be the Santa Ynez River from Cachuma. Typically, in this situation.” ■
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A Guide to Shrimp Boy Scandal As Three Senators Face Prison Time, Bribery Once More Is Sacto’s Topic A
ot since August 1949, when superlobbyist Artie Samish blathered to Collier’s magazine about his unmatched power over Sacramento politicians, have matters of criminal corruption so preoccupied California’s capitol. Samish’s boast to journalists of being “the governor of the legislature,” nicely illustrated by a photo of him addressing a ventriloquist’s dummy named “Mr. Legislature,” ushered in a period of political reform, with regulations on lobbyists topping the list of changes. Now, reform proposals again are ﬂying like pigeons in Capitol Park, as a new, and stillunfolding, scandal remains Topic A among political professionals, the cognoscenti, and other hacks. Here’s a tip sheet to follow the action:
A QUICK RECAP: In the early months of 2014, legal trouble surfaced for three of 40 state senators, all Democrats: A jury convicted Inglewood’s Rod Wright of fraud and perjury for lying about living in his district; the feds indicted Ron Calderon of Montebello for taking bribes in exchange for legislative action; and then the government charged San Francisco’s Leland Yee in a massive federal indictment, not only of trading favors for campaign cash, but also of, um, agreeing to act as middleman in an illegal $2 million arms deal, brokered between an undercover agent qua Cosa Nostra don and a terrorist group in the Philippines. We almost forgot: Yee is a big gun-control advocate. ENTER SHRIMP BOY: Yee met the New Jersey maﬁoso/agent through Keith Jackson, the senator’s fundraiser and bagman; he met the Tony Soprano character via a Chinatown gangster named Raymond Chow, a k a Shrimp Boy. The FBI case that resulted in Yee’s indictment last week started as an undercover investigation of Shrimp Boy, who was suspected in the 2006 murder of a Chinatown merchant named Allen Leung; until he was shot to death in front of his wife, Leung led a neighborhood benevolent association called the Chee Kung Tong. Soon after the killing, Chow was elected to replace Leung as “dragon head” of the legitimate group; then, authorities say, he began using it as a criminal front. For help with his new business, Shrimp Boy turned to a guy he thought was an East Coast gangster — in fact the same undercover agent for whom Yee later would promise to buy weapons. Completely conned, Chow paid the agent who’d inﬁltrated Chee Kung Tong as a “consultant.” THE DEAL GOES DOWN: When Chow introduced Jackson, Yee’s fundraiser, to the undercover agent, Jackson began soliciting money for his boss, in part to fuel his bid for secretary of state. You know, the oﬃce in charge of transparency for elections, campaign contribution, spending, and economic interest reports.
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POWERFUL PUPPETEER: Lobbyist Artie Samish talks to “Mr. Legislature.”
The agent led Jackson and Yee to other undercover feds: a developer, a tech businessman, a medical marijuana entrepreneur — all fake and all wanting something. In private, Yee allegedly agreed to perform oﬃcial actions for money. Among others: a proclamation honoring the Chee Kung Tong ($5,000); help securing a tech contract ($10,000); introductions to other lawmakers ($5,000); special-interest legislation ($10,000); and, ﬁnally, the arms deal. “Do I think we can make some money?”Yee allegedly told the alleged mobster. “I think we can make some money. Do I think we can get the goods? I think we can get the goods.” Yee and Jackson pleaded not guilty this week.
WHY IT MATTERS: Putting aside quaint notions like honesty in government, not to mention the entertainment value of the spectacle, the scandal has important political implications: Because all three senators have been “suspended” until their cases are resolved, and cannot participate in legislative business, Democrats for now lack the crucial two-thirds majority that, for better or worse, in recent years made Sacramento work relatively smoothly; Republicans are politically reborn, repositioned to block the budget and other ﬁscal measures. The specter of deadlocks, IOUs, unpaid vendors, and delayed checks for the old, the sick, and the poor looms again. The scandal also hands Republicans a unifying message for 2014. Teetering on irrelevance, the rejuvenated state GOP recently won upsets in several local elections. This mess may improve, if even slightly, their prospects. THE KEY RACE: The crowded contest for secretary of state represents a case study of the politics of the scandal. With Yee ruined, the front-runner is yet another Democratic senator, Alex Padilla of L.A. Among others, Dan Schnur, an ex-GOP operative running as an independent, will test the strength of the anti-corruption message: “There has been almost no meaningful eﬀort on the part of the state’s political leaders to clean up the capitol’s culture of corruption,” he told reporters last week. “If you add up all the reforms that have been proposed over the last several weeks, they end up comprising almost ■ a complete ﬁg leaf.”
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The Death of Isla Vista? analysis
How the Deltopia Disaster Threatens a Once-Proud Partying Culture
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GOOD OLE DAYS: The author (middle with shaved head and tie-dyed shirt, as seen on that fateful Isla Vista visit 20 years ago) believes collaboration between students, cops, UCSB, and county decision-makers is required to save I.V.’s unique culture before it’s stamped out for good.
I’m certainly biased, but many of my UCSB friends are the most well-rounded people I know, able to churn out a steady living while also appreciating the ﬁner, fun things of this existence. And the older I get, the more I think that the latter may in fact be much more important than the former, but I may have never learned these things had it not been for Isla Vista. Unfortunately, that Isla Vista may be dead now, or at least limping along on life support, awaiting some miracle cure that no one’s invented yet. By the time I graduated in 1999, the culture was already seeming to shift, away from the hippie-driven, smile-
at-everyone-you-see vibe toward something more aggressive and hostile. Brawls were becoming more frequent, it seemed, and the rise of hip-hop (the music I grew up on in East San Jose, before it went mainstream) started to make everyone think they were “gangster”— quite often that translated to wealthy white kids trying to start trouble because they thought that’s what made people cool. Fast-forward to today, and Isla Vista is in the headlines, not for being a groovy place to kick it, but for rape and assault and cartel-level drug dealing (okay, maybe that hasn’t changed), and, they now say, riots. (I remain unsure whether it’s the riots that are shocking or that they had taken this long to happen, as it’s been 40-plus years since the town caught national attention for the politically motiWHEN GOOD PARTIES GO BAD: As Deltopia’s popularity surged vated unrest and bank burning of 1970.) While Isla Vista’s via social media, so did the attention of law enforcement on the partying ways have been the target of government policy event. This past Saturday, as seen above, the combination of drunk hammers for years now, this past weekend’s Deltopia just revelers, many reportedly from out of town, and heavy police lined up the ﬁnal nails in the coﬃn. Even the most strident presence exploded into a riot. What better time to reassess the anti-authoritarians among us must appreciate that when rules governing Isla Vista? cops start getting pelted by bottles and bricks, the government will quell the culture that allowed this to happen. New Then there is UCSB. For decades, people have complained ordinances are already in the works, I’m sure. that UCSB doesn’t care enough for the daily needs of the masThe authorities call Deltopia an “unsponsored party” that was sive student ghetto that’s grown up next door. As UCSB has fueled by anonymous instigators who used social media to lure developed some central Isla Vista properties in recent years, thousands of out-of-towners, who are now bearing the brunt of that argument may hold less water, and it’s unclear how much the blame for disrespecting Isla Vista, attacking oﬃcers, damag- a university should take on the role of a municipal government ing property, and starting ﬁghts. Plenty of that is certainly true, — and, beyond that, how that would have any eﬀect on the partybut it’s a much more complicated milieu than that, and there is ing situation, anyway. But there is a more silent message out of UCSB that speaks plenty of blame to go around. It would be hard to argue that the County of Santa Barbara louder: the head-in-the-sand, nothing-to-see-here stance on powers that be should have done nothing over the years to curb how much their students love to party, both historically and such events as Floatopia, the original “unsponsored” seaside today. Frequently, magazines and websites list UCSB as a top bash, but closing the beaches during the day has only led to party school, and they identify certain events, like Halloween and people taking to the streets at night. Other well-meaning initia- Deltopia, as international attractions. UCSB never comments tives, such as the social-host rules that make party-throwers on those awards, preferring to stay on point about the academic legally responsible for age-verifying their attendees (yeah, that accolades, which are increasingly prominent and exemplary. killed the kegger culture for sure) also have unintended, perhaps To me, though, being able to say that UCSB is ﬁercely strong worse, consequences: Instead of being able to gather around in both academics and partying is a powerful message — one kegs, like in the old days, with the fence keeping your underage that says, “We work as hard as anyone, but we know how to status at bay, now the students must huddle behind closed doors have a good time, too.” There’s nothing wrong with that; in fact, and windows, slam liquor until they’re near blackout, and hit when true, it’s probably the most marketable college combinathe streets afterward, roaming to nowhere. The curfew on loud tion there is. Admittedly, presenting that message in a way that doesn’t music may also be doing more harm than good, stiﬂing creative entertainment opportunities while putting further emphasis on scare away potential professors, donors, strict students, and even stricter parents is challenging, which probably explains why it’s just getting wasted. And, as many are already wondering, what about the over- never been pursued. But there is a potentially game-changing whelming presence of law enforcement? Does the pressure of advantage: By embracing UCSB’s joie de vivre and touting the trying to contain so many people only make it worse? Answers unique culture of Isla Vista, the administration would have the are unknowable now, but big “unsponsored” parties happen all upper hand on controlling that message the next time the world over the world without riotous results, so it’s worth asking how tries to converge on Del Playa. these events are monitored elsewhere. Plus, beyond the “riot” As for the student population, it’s time to think a bit more footage and use of tear gas, the scenes from Deltopia don’t look about what kind of Isla Vista should be left for the future. Do you too much diﬀerent than a usual Saturday back in the late ’90s. So want to be known as the classes that ruined the best party town it’s easy to wonder how diﬀerent things really are, or whether it’s on the West Coast forever? Or the ones who, while standing on just our society’s reaction that’s changed. the brink of the end, decided that it was time to pull back, work Isla Vista probably does need special rules. But if county gov- proactively with the authorities and UCSB administration on ernment is going to start enacting new ones, a healthy examina- how to ﬁx things, stop telling everyone via social media to rage tion of what works and what doesn’t with the existing ones is like crazy, and save Isla Vista? critical. So is the courage for decision makers to adopt, or even Clearly, someone has to do something. If not, the boot will be scrap, current laws if their unintended consequences are demon- pressed harder and harder onto the neck of a once-proud party strably worse than their desired eﬀects. ■ culture. And the next time, it just might snap.
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BY M AT T K E T T M A N N uring my senior year of high school, my buddies and I piled into our good friend’s big blue van, drove down the from San Jose, and landed at “The Oasis,” a pad rented by the same friend’s older brother on the block of Del Playa Drive in the heart of Isla Vista’s partying culture. At the time, many of us had been accepted into UCSB and other schools, but we hadn’t yet decided where to go when we graduated that next summer of 1995. Immediately after that trip — which retains a mythic status in our still-tight clique, so eye-openingly awash in beer and live music and near-sex and adult-like freedom — most of our minds were made up: UCSB was the school for us because that meant Isla Vista would be our home for the next four years. And so it went, a strikingly complete college lesson on life: how to study and work hard and how to play, often harder. Today, we are successful doctors, lawyers, journalists, ﬁlmmakers, and various other types of professional, which is a testament to the excellent educational opportunities provided by UCSB. But it was amid the kegs and bongloads of Isla Vista where we learned how to navigate the day-to-day situations of real life: meeting new people and sussing out those we could trust and those we could not; dealing with one’s neighbors, those you liked and those you couldn’t stand; throwing social gatherings and controlling the crowds, an eﬀort in patience, tact, and teamwork; avoiding trouble, whether by skipping out on ill-conceived shenanigans or simply staying away from true troublemakers; talking to the cops and learning that there is value to law enforcement, who are mostly just normal people; and, when it came, we learned how to take our punishments like grown-ups (albeit with occasional ﬁnancial help from mom and dad). Most importantly of all, we learned (or at least started to learn) how to balance the many competing extremes of our lives.
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MONKEY SEE, MONKEY DON’T: When in doubt, you can always trot out Albert Einstein.
Why not? Everybody else does. Not only did Einstein midwife the atom bomb — profoundly redeﬁning the dimension of global fear — but he was also crazy smart, had crazy hair, and left behind more pithy aphorisms than Oscar Wilde and Mark Twain combined. The quotation getting most traction these days has to do with the deﬁnition of insanity, which Einstein described as “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting diﬀerent results.” For the record, I am oﬃcially done with this one. It’s invoked in various garbled permutations by fully half the speakers at any government gathering in which the public is allowed to chime in. In that regard, it’s achieved the same level of abuse as, “That’s like trying to nail Jello to a tree,” or worse yet,“A camel is a horse designed by a committee.” I’d suggest this particular old horse has now been kicked to death so many times that if it were a cat, it would have used up all nine lives. More than that, it misses the mark. What’s really crazy is not doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the results to improve. Calling this to mind was last Tuesday’s county supervisors meeting, which mentalhealth advocates impressively “hijacked” (to borrow the description used by conservative gadﬂy and grumpy-pants Andy Caldwell) to talk about springing the nonviolent mentally ill from county jail and putting them in treatment. Because it’s about $20,000 cheaper to treat
someone than jail them — at least according to area mental-health advocates — the county could save up to $4 million a year by doing the right thing. And that number may be understating things. A spate of recent studies suggest that those incarcerated with serious mental illnesses tend to stay behind bars far longer than your so-called “average” inmate. At Rikers prison in New York, it’s a diﬀerence of 5-to-1, which, according to one study, makes the mentally ill three times more expensive to jail. The number of mentally ill behind bars is only going up. According to a study released by the Treatment Advocacy Committee, there are 356,268 seriously mentally ill inmates locked up in prisons and jails across the country. By contrast, there are 35,000 in state-run psychiatric facilities. When discussing the mental-health-care crisis, terms like “crazy” and “insane” are undeniably insensitive and loaded. I get it. But who among us doesn’t have the proverbial “crazy uncle in the attic,” or Norman Bates’s mom down in the basement. Far more loaded and insensitive, however, is how egregiously little we’ve done to address the issue in the past 30 years. In that time, grand juries have come and gone, issuing one urgent report after another, calling into question the wisdom, cost, eﬀectiveness, and humanity of locking mentally ill people — who frequently have co-occurring substance-abuse problems — in county jail. In response, we’ve nodded our heads in dutiful
agreement only to keep locking them up. Other than the Psychiatric Health Facility (PHF) — which oﬀers a criminally scant 16 beds reserved for those in the most acute of crises — there’s been a similarly acute shortage of treatment facilities. Mom-n-pop board-n-care facilities that traditionally provided imperfect haven for those in less inﬂamed distress have all but disappeared, caught in a terminal cross ﬁre between escalating regulatory costs and diminishing reimbursement rates. In other words, blah, blah, blah, right? Wrong. We’re now in the moment of genuine opportunity. Because of the Affordable Care Act and the new, more expansive MediCal eligibility rules, there are now new and signiﬁcant funding sources to help pay for treatment. People previously beyond the pale can now get help. County mental-health administrators are scrambling to take maximum advantage of this. Pushing them further than they might want to be pushed is a coalition of mental-health advocates, including Frank Thompson, who brings to the table 35 years of serious wheeling and dealing to imagine, ﬁnance, and build multiple affordable housing projects now operating throughout the county. For the past 18 months, Thompson has harnessed his considerable ingenuity on crafting a ﬁnancially sustainable plan to create 350 units of new housing under the social-rehabilitation model, where those with mental-health and substance-abuse problems could get not just shelter but also a level of treatment not currently available. Thompson has identiﬁed 11 parcels of
county-owned land where ﬁve such housing pods — each with 50 rental units’ and 20 beds’ worth of more intense treatment — could be built at a rate of one every ﬁve years. For people just getting out of detox, it would provide a logical, necessary next step. Likewise for the fragile souls just getting out of the PHF unit. Typically, individuals struggling with chronic acute issues get sent to what the state colorfully classiﬁes as “Institutes for Mental Disease,” or what county mental-health planners call “IMDs.” Naturally, no IMDs exist in Santa Barbara County, so we have to ship such patients elsewhere at a cost of $700 a night. We have contracts for 30 such patients at any time. If we had an IMD in county, the county could recover half that cost. Because we don’t, the county pays full freight. Thompson cites an avalanche of facts and ﬁgures to demonstrate his proposal is ﬁnancially viable if the county donates the land, waives processing costs, and makes an annual contribution of a few hundred thousand dollars. It’s possible, I suppose, Thompson’s smoking woo-woo powder. But I doubt it. When you consider it will cost $17 million to run the new North County Jail — money which we do not have by the way — I’d say the supervisors should give Thompson’s proposal a long, hard look. It can’t hurt. To do otherwise would unhappily call to mind another one of Einstein’s many pithy observations.“Only two things are inﬁnite — the universe and human stupidity,” he said. “And I’m not sure about the former.” — Nick Welsh
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hen I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me,‘Look for the helpers.You will always ﬁnd people who are helping.’” — Mr. Rogers All my thanks to everyone who took to the streets armed, not with broken bottles, but bags and brooms — from the night after the riots onward — and cleaned up the broken glass while inhaling tear-gas-dust debris. And to the people who tried to calm the situation, put out ﬁres, keep people oﬀ cars, everything. And to the emergency medical personnel, you who put your safety at risk to help ensure ours, I’ve not even got enough words to properly express my gratitude. I hope you know how appreciated you are. There’s a thousand posts on the negatives, so I just want to point out that there were, are, and always will be people who are helping. The community isn’t dead; it’s not a festering shithole with no chance of redemption. There is still love here, and cooperation, and the spirit of community this town is, or ought to be, known for. I hope the news, from the Daily Nexus to national, reports on this, — Evan Crook, I.V. too.
uild an ark of suﬃcient cubits to hold 15,000 inebriates. Provide “special” seating near the bilge for out-of-town visitors. Tow to the center of the channel, and pull plug on hull. Raise ark the following day, and return to Isla Vista. Advertise for another load on social media and between beer advertisements on TV. To plagiarize the old joke: What are 15,000 Deltopians at the bottom of the sea? Answer: A good start. — Greg Dahlen, PhD Let’s start building the ark. UCSB, Class of ’78, S.B.
olitical scientist Rob Reich [independent.com/reich] questions the fairness of donations to better public schools when poorer communities cannot raise as much money. This glass-half-empty perspective would restrain progress through charitable funding as long as there is even one school that might be left behind. When a community comes together to support its school, other schools beneﬁt. If school improvements
are developed, funded, and proved with the help of a school foundation, the concept can then be adopted at other schools, with widespread beneﬁts. The more aﬄuent communities bear a larger share of the cost for this — Mike Schley, President kind of progress. Mountain View School Foundation, Goleta
Guilty Until Proven Innocent
heriff Bill Brown has found it necessary to terminate the two custody deputies charged with excessive force before their day in court has occurred. What happened to innocent until proven guilty? This has caused undo hardship to two men, and their families, who have given over 20 years of combined service to the sheriﬀ ’s department and their community. And for what? For doing their job. The charges are based on a complaint ﬁled by a convicted murderer and rapist to the NAACP. The custody deputies acted exactly how they were trained when dealing with a very violent and assaultive inmate. In addition, the inmate sustained no injury as a result of the altercation. What kind of a leader punishes his employees to the extent of termination before their day in court? The 400+ deputies in this county need a sheriﬀ who is going to support them in the very dangerous and diﬃcult job they do on a daily basis. Sheriﬀ Brown has shown absolutely no support or concern for the well-being of these two ﬁne men, one of whom is my son, who were doing nothing more than trying to go home safely at the end of their 12-hour shift. The future careers and livelihood of these good men and their families have been jeopardized, potentially forever, as a result of these charges. Shame on you, Bill Brown. — Diana Kirsch, Lompoc
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¶ An editing mishap introduced an error into our “Fukushima Fallout” story of March 27. That released strontium and plutonium have “disappeared” from the environment is untrue. Strontium-90 has a roughly 29-year half-life, plutonium-239 has a 24,100-year half-life, and plutonium-240 enjoys a 6,560-year half-life. However, it is believed that these toxins pose a threat only to those in the Fukushima area and thus are not part of Paciﬁc-wide ocean-testing eﬀorts. aPrIl 10, 2014
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$3.5 Mil Just Chump Change
Unless, of course, you’re rich. The U.S. Supreme Court just ruled that you can contribute to (support, buy, bribe) as many politicians as you want. You can now donate up to $3.5 million per federal election cycle. I don’t mean you, reader, unless you’re one of Santa Barbara’s multimillionaires or billionaires willing to dump major bucks into the electoral sweepstakes. Why buy a racehorse when you can buy a candidate? Now that kind of money may sound like a lot to you and me, but it’s only spare change to the court’s resident buﬀoon, Justice Antonin Scalia. He cracked,“I don’t think $3.5 million is a heck of a lot of money.” Until last week, you could only spend a total of $123,200 in any federal election cycle. Now, according to the Supremes — or the usual 5-4 conservative majority — the sky’s the limit, anywhere in the land of the free, as long as you don’t give more than $5,200 to any particular favorite politician. You say you can’t aﬀord to hand out any money at all to politicians? Too bad. But as a poor person, you still have the theoretical freedom to do it. Reminds me a bit of the famous remark by Anatole France: “In its majestic equality, the law forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, beg in the streets, and steal loaves of bread.” Predictions are that even the $5,200 limit will soon be lifted. Tagalong Justice Clarence
Thomas, who normally votes with Scalia, said he’s all in favor of it. Then it’s open season. Anyone could give the entire $3.5 million to a candidate or, heck, all the job-seekers he or she can aﬀord. You might think Representative Lois Capps, running for reelection this year, would welcome with open arms what could be an outpouring of campaign dough. But she’s as outraged as anyone. She’s cosponsoring a Constitutional amendment to clarify that Congress and the states have the authority to pass campaign ﬁnance laws. By the way, be sure to vote. But not for the Supremes. You can’t. Scalia, Thomas & Co. are there for life. NEWS-PRESS ACCUSED: The Teamsters Union
is accusing the paper of unfair labor practices in the ﬁring of photographer Mike Eliason, a member of the newsroom union’s contractnegotiating committee and an employee of the paper for 25 years. In its complaint to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the union said the Santa Barbara News-Press also secretly videotaped employees and “continues a pattern of intimidation and coercion of union supporters” while showing “extreme leniency” to anti-union employees for similar actions. As a result, the NLRB postponed a May 12 Santa Barbara hearing into previous unfair labor charges against the New-Press, pending investigation of the new complaint. Meanwhile,
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the N-P has advertised for two new photogs to replace Mike, but they are to be part-timers. (Why pay beneﬁts, eh?) Also part of the controversy is Mike’s complaint to Cal/OSHA about mold allegedly aﬀecting the newsroom.
FACE IT, FOLKS. YOU’RE SCREWED.
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In light of the sexting scandal involving the ex-undersheriﬀ and the search-and-rescue public information oﬃcer (PIO) and their parking lot “kiss, grope, and fondle” sessions, readers may want to suggest the best parking lots for illicit trysts. Thenundersheriﬀ Jim Petersen and ex-PIO Valerie Walston reportedly liked the lots at Costco, Kinko’s, and an Isla Vista apartment building. Now both of them are gone from their jobs (he abruptly retired), and county supervisors last week settled Walston’s sexual harassment, etc., suit for $30,000. Winners of the Favorite Parking Lot Cuddle-and-Coo Contest will be announced soon. KEILLOR THE RED: Garrison Keillor was in
town the other night, reminding us that even
if nostalgia isn’t what it used to be, it can still be fun. He stepped out onto the Granada stage decked out in red shoes and socks and a red tie, making us smile, then laugh at his jokes, and then sing along to familiar patriotic songs and the Beatles. In his mind, they represent our shared culture, sort of.“Santa Barbara is tidy,” he said in his funny, singsong-y way, meaning no oﬀense.“You think you’re in Spain, but you ain’t. Santa Barbara is full of Midwesterners dressed up in tropical disguise.” At a reception afterward, Linda Hedgepeth told Keillor, “I have three heroes: my second husband, my plastic surgeon, and you.” For once, Keillor was speechless. (Sponsored by UCSB Arts & Lectures.) — Barney Brantingham
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On March th, , Gary Reisenweber, passed peacefully in his sleep. He was born on July , in the Midwest, moved to Santa Ana in and then to Santa Barbara over years ago, losing his home on Mountain Dr. in the Tea Fire and rebuilding it. He was a driving instructor for Steve Morris Defensive Driving for over years. He is preceded in death by parents Mervin & Evelyn Reisenweber. He is survived by his son, Oliver Reisenweber, his sister, Ruth (Jeff ) Campbell, his niece, Serene (Liberty) Partridge and nephew, Bo (Wendy) Campbell all living in the Santa Barbara area. A celebration of life will be held for Gary Reisenweber on April th :pm – :pm located at East Mountain Drive, Santa Barbara CA . Memorial donations may be made to Gary Reisenweber Memorial and sent to East Mountain Drive, Santa Barbara CA .
Born at St. Francis Hospital to Alice Steweska Douglas and Roy Cornelius Douglas; died at Cottage Hospital at age , surrounded by his loved ones. He graduated from Santa Barbara High and proudly served in the US Navy in WWII, performing Armed Guard service at Iwo Jima and was part of the Philippine Liberation. He was a member of the first graduating class from Brooks Institute of Photography and pursued this passion throughout his life. He enjoyed many professions: Aircraft builder at Vultee, supervisor at Los Prietos Boys Camp, planning technician for Santa Barbara County, his own building design business in Santa Ynez, several positions with General Telephone and freelance photographer. He loved Santa Barbara and its rich history and spent most of his life documenting people and places
through his camera lens. From -, he made a project of taking hundreds of portraits (and recorded oral history interviews) of notable citizens including descendants of prominent and pioneer Santa Barbara families. This led to a book being published in with assistance from The Westerners and coauthor, Jim Norris, “Photographs by Walter Douglas.” His entire collection is now preserved at The Presidio Research Center (Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation) where it may be accessed by generations of researchers or anyone interested in local history. He will be dearly missed by his loving wife of years, Joyce McDavid Douglas, his children, Dudley, Kim, Aaron (Darlene) and Jena, Joyce’s children, and their many grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brothers Robert and Frank, stepdaughter Cathy McDavid Barrett and grandchildren Jerome Coberly and Adriana Douglas. Memorial service Tuesday April : PM at First Christian Church, Chapala Street with a gathering after at The Ranchero Room at Harry’s Plaza Café. Memorials to Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation or the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum. More memories shared at https://www.facebook.com/ WalterCDouglas
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a child, she would adjust whatever harness she could ﬁnd to ﬁt her pony to drive tandem with a big ranch mule. Oﬀ she’d go out into the wide-open spaces of Orange County with her dog aboard and possibly one of the other ranch children that she played with. She loved the outdoors, her pets, and the ranch she grew up on. It was her life. She learned ﬂuent “ranch Spanish,” as she called it, from being around the ranch cowboys, and she enjoyed “keeping up” her ﬂuency for 90-plus years. When Orange County became too crowded, Louise and her sister, Charlotte, headed north in search of more open space to raise cattle. Louise visited the Alisal Guest Ranch while looking for the location she thought was what she wanted, and she found it near Santa Ynez. For several years, Louise had the perspective and foresight to put several ranches together, here in Santa Barbara County, assembling a total of 14,000 acres with which she could raise cattle and have farmland to grow additional feed for livestock. In thinking ahead about what she might do to keep the ranch preserved in its entirety, she became aware of the California Rangeland Trust. This was the answer to keeping the open space for generations to come after she was gone. She put her Gaviota ranch in trust as ranch and farmland in 2013. Louise was up every morning at 5:30, on the phone with ranch business by 6, then breakfast and out the door by 7. She’d ridden horseback across every inch of the ranch. She roped at
her brandings, keeping an eye on how others treated her cattle. She knew every canyon, fence line and their gates, springs, troughs, and where fault-line slippages were, and she could tell you exactly how to get there. In later years she drove her jeep out to see the cows and check the barley ﬁelds — ﬁxing fences and cleaning troughs along the way if she saw something she thought needed to be done. Her jeep became her oﬃce at times once cell phones came into the picture … and what a picture it was, with Louise often sitting on one of her hilltops when an idea came to mind. Work was never done, and it’s what kept her going. She could look at the grasses in an area and tell you what the soil was lacking and if the cows did well or needed an extra supplement. She loved all cattle and had her favorite breeds, but she liked to crossbreed to “see what happens” at times. Louise was well read and educated. She enjoyed engaging in political conversations, be they national, state, or certainly Santa Barbara County. She was especially on top of environmental issues that may have involved the ranch. She would not hesitate to call or write someone if she wanted more information on a current matter. Louise was a strong-willed woman in all regards. It was the ranch that allowed her to live the life she loved and enjoyed so much; she loved her cows, but she loved her ranch more. It was hard at times, but she never wavered. She was respected and admired by many if not all who knew her and her strength of character. Although the ranch will stay the same, for those who were fortunate enough to be a part ■ of her life, we will sure miss that lady.
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c a mP sto ry c ontest We put out a call to readers to submit their summer-camp memories, and the following three stories caught our eye.
PRAYER IN ACTION
hen I was about 13, I went to my last summer camp. It was with my friend’s church. We all got on a big old bus and headed up to Bass Lake in the northern part of the state. It was a beautiful big lake with pine trees and nice shady campsites next to the water. The camp was a Bible retreat for young teens where they were supposed to teach us how to pray. The ﬁrst thing I remember are the leaders pointing out to us what poison oak looks like. One of the kids, Pauly Kaluza, 13, bragged to all of us that he was immune to the poisonous plant; he daringly rubbed the leaves all over his face and body to prove it. That was the ﬁrst emergency. You need some fun activities to lure kids to church camp — besides just learning about Jesus and reading the Psalms. Water skiing got our attention. The camp was led by Pastor John, who, even though he had a beard, did not ﬁt the mountain man stereotype. He had secured a fancy speedboat for the trip, loaned to him by a church member. We got out there on the lake and were having a lot of fun — considering that the grown-ups in charge had absolutely no nautical or water skiing experience. I think they ﬁgured out how to tie on all our life jackets because there were actual instructions
on them. We raced around the lake with joy and excitement. In the back of the boat, I eagerly awaited my turn. Unfortunately, I never got a chance to water ski. After a couple of runs with the ﬁrst kid or two, the pull rope wrapped around the propeller, and we suddenly had to abandon ship. I was commanded to wave the red ﬂag until we were rescued by some other boaters. But the shepherd of our ﬂock went down with his vessel.. The engine smoked terribly and then bubbled intoo the water. The last vision I remember was Pastor John n balancing on the tip of the bow as the ﬂashy hull sankk into the depths of the lake. He was praying as fast and d desperately as he could. “Please don’t sink! Please don’t n’t sink! Save me, God, for the waters have come up to my neck!” And it worked! By a miracle, he survived — but ut with only a few inches of the boat, and himself, still ill above water. We deﬁnitely got a lesson on how to pray that summer mer — one that I will never forget. –Alan Hurst rst
Teens at Bass Lake for
Bible camp, circa 1978
SLEEPING UNDER THE STARS
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he night before was always very stressful — packing the backpack with everything you needed for a week, making sure it didn’t weigh too much. Trips to the Granite Stairway Mountaineering store paved the way to the world of the outdoors M and showed how little you really needed to survive. an I had the wonderful opportunity of backpacking with the City of Santa Barbara’s summer backpacking trips to various places such Sa as a Jade Cove, Salmon Creek, and, my favorite, the Minarets in the High H Sierra. We were all but about 14 or 15 (looking back, I think: the t liability, the risk, the fun). We crossed raging waters on fallen trees (unbuckle pack), played tic-tac-toe on our dried-out skin, basked in the sun by the edge of glacier-formed lakes, learned about moleskin for our blisters, Vibram soles, switchbacks (oh, those dreaded switchbacks), and the feeling of accomplishment from the day’s hike while
making Lipton Cup-a-Soup on Sterno-powered collapsible stoves. We would sleep under inﬁnite stars, clear and calm, sunrise so welcomed to bring light and a warm ﬁre to dry wet socks and cook by. Music, guitar, singing, scary stories, conversation were the evenings activities if you weren’t too tired from the day’s hike. We looked up to our counselors, Kerry Kellogg, Susie Thielman (Thompson), Dave Dietrich, Carol Moyer, Roland, and other wonderful mentors who led the way and patiently dealt with teenagers in the wilderness. Today, these are outstanding people in our community. I am so blessed to have had the experience of backpacking with them as they guided us through the turbulent years of adolescence. The motto I remember we cherished:“Leave only footprints; take only memories,” and those memories were some to cherish. –Mimi (Macko) MAC Duffee
BEST CAMP EVER
he best summer of my life took place at sleep-away camp. I was 21 and had the opportunity to be a camp counselor at a summer camp outside of New York City. I packed my bag and took my ﬁrst solo trip, eyes locked on the Big Apple. Little did I know that the summer ahead would prove to be not only one of the most challenging jobs I’ve ever had but also the most unforgettable, and I learned some beautiful lessons. I understand that saying a summer camp that is intended for children between the ages of 5 and 15 changed a grown woman sounds a little crazy. On the surface, camp is friendship bracelets, color wars, and campﬁres. But I would have never guessed that a friendship bracelet really meant lifelong friend-
ships and that my time at camp would add up to more hours than an entire school year. I’ve never experienced so many emotions in eight weeks as I did when I was a camp counselor. Most importantly, summer camp taught me how to fall in love. I fell in love with independence and with New York City. I fell in love with heat lightning, summer storms, and my polka-dot rain boots. I fell in love with picnics in Central Park, and I fell in love with the boy from the Bronx, my fellow counselor, who showed me the city. I loved my crazy 13-year-old campers, who reminded me how tough it is to be a young girl sometimes. I’ll never lose space in my heart for my summer at camp, and I’ll carry the memories and friendships forever. –Alana Beal The author (left) and a
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ARTS The Adderley School
This singing, dancing, and acting camp focuses on individual mentorship in a small setting and will culminate in a ﬁnal theatrical performance of a Broadway workshop with costumes at Center Stage Theater in downtown Santa Barbara. Workshops include Frozen, Teen Beach Movie, Annie, Newsies, and Peter Pan.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - July , July -, and July -Aug. . Ages -: -am. $/three-week session. Ages -: am-pm. $/three-week session. Adderley School, -A State St. Call - or visit theadderley school.com.
Art Innovators Summer Camp
Art Innovators oﬀers diﬀerent camps featuring age-appropriate themes that include pirates, mermaids, and ocean life; magic tricks; mystical/
fantasy and prehistoric creatures; fashion design; ﬁne arts; Hollywood FX; and nursery-rhyme characters. Young artists will build with clay, paint, draw, and create -D projects in each of the weeks.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-:pm. $/ week. Art Innovators Studio, Hollister Ave., Ste. , Goleta. Call - or visit santabarbara.artinnovators .com.
Arts at Laguna Blanca
This camp wows kids with daily workshops in dance, music, theater, and art; an all-star faculty and guest artists; and a weekly musical revue for family and friends.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - July , :am-:pm. $/week, $/June - July session. Laguna Blanca School, Paloma Dr. Call - or visit lagunablanca .org/440.
Arts by the Sea Summer Camp This camp gives children with a passion for ﬁne art a creative, outdoor opportunity to explore a variety of arts media with experienced teachers. Campers will learn new styles each day — impressionism, cubism, expressionism — and apply the characteristics in their works. Arts will culminate in a weekly show.
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., July - Aug. , am-:pm. $/ week. The Arts Ctr., Linden Ave., Carpinteria. Call - or visit artscarp.org.
The Arts Fund Teen Mentorship
This program oﬀers an in-depth arts enrichment for aspiring visual arts and writing students who are seriously considering pursuing advanced study and careers in art and literature. The Art Fund’s mentorships have helped participants produce
advanced work, gain practical experience, and secure professional references to help them take their talent to the next level.
Ages -. Mid-June to August. $-$. The Arts Fund, -C Santa Barbara St. Call - or visit artsfundsb.org.
Boxtales Summer Theatre Camp
Campers take a journey in the Boxtales method, including training in acting, storytelling, acroyoga, mime, music, and collaboration. This year’s campers will create an original stage production of The Little Mermaid based on the Hans Christian Andersen folktale.
Ages -. June - July ; Mon.-Thu., am-:pm, and Fri., am-:pm. $. Marjorie Luke Theatre, E. Cota St. Call - or visit boxtales.org.
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Dance Unlimited Summer Fairytale Camp of the Arts
Dance, arts and crafts, and set and costume making for all levels will lead to fun, friends, and Peter Pan and Frozen performances.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., am-pm. Peter Pan: June - July . $/week, $/three weeks. Frozen: July - Aug. . $/week, $/four weeks. Dance Unlimited, Hollister Ave., Ste. . Call - or visit sbdanceunlimited.com.
Brooks Institute @ High School Video Workshop
High school students considering a career in the ﬁlm, television, or media industry will ﬁnd Brooks Institute’s immersive Video Workshop a great choice. Students learn the process of creating a short narrative ﬁlm while becoming acquainted with the equipment and software used by the industry.
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., June -, am-pm. $. Brooks Ventura Campus, N. Ventura Ave., Ventura. Call - or visit workshops .brooks.edu.
Brooks Institute @ High School Photo Workshop
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Participants can create the memories of a lifetime and lasting friendships, all while extensively learning how to pursue your interest in photography. Through lectures, hands-on instruction, and functional projects, you will learn how f-stops, shutter speeds, depth of ﬁeld, and lighting principles aﬀect photo quality. Like a real professional, you will shoot on location and in studio sets, explore lighting options and compositional techniques, and even learn nontraditional processes of image making.
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., June -, am-pm. $. Brooks Santa Barbara Campus, E. Cota St. Call - or visit workshops.brooks.edu. david rogers Fortuity Mist
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Dance Camp! At the Goleta School of Ballet
Students will take classes in ballet technique, stretch, repertory, musical theater, and dance history and will make sewing and craft projects. The program ends with a performance on July at Center Stage Theater. Previous ballet experience is required.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - July , am:pm. $/week. Goleta School of Ballet, Magnolia Ave., Goleta. Call - or visit goletaschoolofballet.com.
Build conﬁdence, learn skills, and have fun with the amazing staﬀ, consisting of TV, ﬁlm, and Cirque du Soleil veterans and internationally trained professionals. Age-appropriate classes for beginning- to advanced-level dancers all work toward weekly performances in a positive environment. Daily classes include jazz and hip-hop, and each week brings a diﬀerent blend of styles: aerial, break dancing, and more.
Ages -teens. Mon.-Thu., June - Aug. , morning, afternoon, and all day. $-$/ week. S.B. Dance Arts Performing Arts Ctr., E. Cota St. Call - or visit sbdancearts .com.
DPHS Goodland Woodshop Camp
This camp was created to oﬀer the youth of our community the opportunity to enrich their interest, knowledge, and skill in the world of carpentry and woodworking. All students will be exposed to the basic concepts and tools used in woodworking while fostering self-esteem, self-conﬁdence, and creativity.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July -, am-noon. $/week. Elings Aquatic Ctr. at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email email@example.com.
DPHS Video Camp
Dos Pueblos High School Community Programs oﬀers a fun-ﬁlled week of video making right on campus. Campers will get a chance to use cameras, mikes, and computers and work in a green-screen studio to make videos of their own. All campers receive a shirt and a DVD of the video they create.
Ages -. Weeks TBD, am-noon. $/ session. DPNews Studio & Award-Winning Yearbook Apple Computer Lab at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earthlight Pictures Animation and Live-Action Filmmaking Training & Teletraining
Students learn animation and liveaction ﬁlmmaking at beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels with technical instruction, history, and one-onone coaching in production of students’ own movies and a videoconference visit with a star animator. Year-round teletraining brings all-live videoconferencing direct to your desktop. Special group and private instruction options are available.
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Ages Ag +. Animation: Mon.-Fri., July - and July -, :am: Live-Action: Mon-Fri., July -, :am-:pm. $/ :pm. we Laguna Blanca School, Paloma Dr. Call () - or visit week. ea earthlightpictures.com.
Fairy Fa Tale Dreams: Fi Finding Neverland Dance Camps
These three-week dance camps are geared for all dancers. For students stu interested in performance, focus will be preparation and an production of a one-act ballet based on traditional fairy tales. ta All students will be cast and celebrated in a Showcase Performance at Center Stage Theater on July or . Pe
Ages Ag +. June - July and July -. $/session. S.B. Festival Ballet, Chapala St. Call - or visit santabarbarafestivalballet.com. -B
Fiesta Fi Parade Summer Camp
Music, M dance, costumes, and crafts end with participation in the th Fiesta Children’s Parade.
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Sat., July - Aug. , am-noon. $. Westside Dance St Studios, San Andres St. Call - or visit westsidedancesb.com.
Girls G Rock S.B. Summer Rock Camp
In this intensive day camp, campers will have the opportunity to learn guitar, bass, drums, vocals, or other instruments. Campers will also form a band, write an original song, and Ca perform at the Final Showcase for friends, families, and fans. pe Throughout the weekend, workshops are held on a variety of interesting, helpful, and fun topics. in
be complete with a variety of dance forms, art, and more. The Junior Intensive is a serious ballet program that culminates in a performance.
Mini Dance Camp: Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, July -, and Aug. -, am-noon. $-$/session. Dance Camp: Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - and July -, am-:pm. $-$/session. Junior Intensive: Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July - Aug., am-:pm. $. Gustafson
Dance, Las Positas Rd. Call - or visit gustafsondance.com.
Intensive Musical Theatre Showcase
Over the course of this program for young artists interested in pursuing a career in musical theater, participants will be on their feet, ﬁne-tuning their material with constructive feedback and discussing their true style, audition appearance and demeanor, and selected song choices. A major emphasis will be placed on learning how to select audition material and to audition successfully. The workshop will culminate in a ﬁnal showcase at SOhO Restaurant & Music Club.
All ages. Three-day course, July , , and , -pm. $. Call - or email email@example.com.
Intro to Television Production Camp
This camp introduces youth to the basics of media production in the TVSB Studios through hands-on experience. Students will use TVSB’s professional studio production equipment to learn the basics of scriptwriting, camera work, lighting, direction, sound design, acting, on-camera, and editing.
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $/week. Garden St Academy, Garden St. Call - or visit girlsrocksb.org. Street
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, July -, and Aug. -, am-pm. $/week. TVSB Media Arts Ctr., South Salinas St. Call - or visit tvsb.tv.
Goleta Go School of Ballet Primary Program
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This summer program will focus on classical ballet techniques and an skills.
Ages Ag -. Wed., July -, :-pm or -:pm. $. Goleta School of Ba Magnolia Ave., Goleta. Call - or visit goletaschool Ballet, ofb ofballet.com.
Goleta Go School of Ballet Summer Intensive
This intensive will focus on classical ballet technique and culminate in a performance at the Center Stage Theater on Aug. m . Students are required to attend the entire ﬁve-week session. Classes are held in ballet technique, stretch and Pilates, pointe, Cl variations, repertory, partnering, choreography musical theva ater, at and contemporary.
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., July - Aug. , am-pm. $,. Goleta School of Ba Magnolia Ave., Goleta. Call - or visit goletaschoolof Ballet, ba ballet.com.
Gustafson Gu Dance Camps
Gustafson G Dance oﬀers a variety of summer programs for all ages. ag Campers in the Dance Camp and Mini Dance Camp will
RockCampers will have fun learning to play music and ﬁnding out what it takes to be a musical performer from someone who’s done it. This full-day, weeklong camp ends with a performance for parents and friends. Beginners get a free electric guitar.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, July -, and July -, :am-pm. $/week. Location TBD. Call - or visit jensenguitar.com.
Movie Stunt Camps
If your child is outgoing, energetic, and creative, this is the camp for them. Each stunt camp will have its own theme and will attempt to put a short movie for the campers to share. Participants will do activities such as parkour (free running), martial arts, tumbling, gymnastics, and moviemaking.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, July -, and Aug. -, am-pm. $/ week. Valhalla Elite Training Ctr., State St. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Ridgewood Farm at the historic Rancho Asoleado in Santa Barbara for fun in the sun with horses. Specializing in teaching children 6 & up the fundamentals of hunter/jumper riding, horsemanship as well as horse related arts & crafts.
Two Sessions – August 5-9 and August 19-23 Tuesday-Saturday 9am-2pm Application Deadline: June 1, 2014 $600 per session
Camp Location: 250 Nogal Drive, Santa Barbara 93110
for camp applications and more information: Contact Courtney Cochran 805-886-2087 email@example.com
Aviation Youth Academy Beginner: July 21-25 | Intermediate/Advanced: August 4-8
Times: 10am-2pm Cost: $650 Ages: 13-18 Location: Santa Barbara Airport, 1523 Cook Place, Goleta, CA 93117 Santa Barbara’s Premier Flight School presents its 4th Annual Aviation Youth Academy. Fly every day, tour the air traffic control tower, fly-in to nearby airports, experience field trips, conduct aviation science experiments, and more... Above All Aviation was named a Top 50 Flight School in the U.S. by AOPA in 2012 & 2013. Two of AAA’s instructors were also named amongst the Top 50 in the nation.
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Santa Barbara Surf Adventures Surf & Water Safety Summer Camp
synth, deejay turntables, and computers with music-creation software, all available to use within a full recording studio.
• June 9 - August 15 • Each Session 1 Week • Located at Leadbetter Beach
Ages +. Mon.-Fri. throughout summer (except holidays), -pm. Free (with membership)-$/year. Eastside Boys & Girls Club, W. Anapamu St., and Westside Boys & Girls Club, E. Canon Perdido St. Call - or visit notesfornotes.org.
Santa Barbara Surf Adventures Leadbetter camp is a one week surf camp geared towards first-time and beginner surfers.
Photography Camp Outdoors
Learn how to use your camera and share great stories by understanding exposure and composition techniques.
All instructors have CPR and First Aid Certification. Recommended for Ages 8 years and up with basic swimming skills.
Ages -. Tue. and Thu., June - Aug. , am-noon. $. Meet at entrance to Skater’s Point, Cabrillo Blvd. and Garden St. Contact Branden Aroyan at - or email info@ lowtiderising.com or visit lowtiderising.com.
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Music and Art from Around the World Camp
Learn about the music and art from around the world. Every day, we will discover a new musical tradition and art style from a diﬀerent country. Campers will be introduced to the country of the day and will learn about the instruments, dances, art, and more, speciﬁc to that region. The week will end with an open house for all campers’ family and friends. Ages -. Mon.-Thu., June - July . $. Mon.-Fri., July -, July -, and July - Aug. . $/session. am-pm.
Music with Malia and Friends Studio, Chapala St. Call - or email email@example.com.
Nick Rail Music Band Camp
Mark your calendar and make sure to include this popular class as part of your summer plans. The camp is directed by the fabulous Jim Mooy of SBCC and staﬀed by a host of professional musicians. Finale concert will be held July . Beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes are available.
Grades -. Tue. and Thu., June - July , -am, -am, or am-noon. $. First United Methodist Church, E. Anapamu St. Call - or visit nickrailmusic.com.
Learn photography, journalism, blogging, and more in this fun camp. The week will include three location ﬁeld trips with daily photography assignments. Writing assignments cover the basics (paragraphs, research, sentence structure, and more).
Ages -: Mon.-Fri., June -. Ages -: Mon.-Fri., June -. :am-pm. $/week. Gateway Education Services Learning Ctr., Hollister Ave., Ste. C, Goleta. Call - or visit gatewaycamps.com.
Prince and Princess Camp
This fun-ﬁlled morning camp is geared for young children wishing to explore movement, music, and friendships. A special studio performance celebrating all participants concludes each week of camp.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July - Aug. and Aug. -, ::am. $/week. Santa Barbara Festival Ballet, -B Chapala St. Call - or visit santabarbarafestivalballet .com.
Santa Barbara School of Performing Arts Workshops
SBSOPA is hosting two weeks of workshops with two levels each, preparing students for extended learning in singing, dancing, and acting.
Contemporary Broadway Hits: Ages -: Mon.-Thu.,
Aug. -, am-noon. $. Ages -: Mon.-Fri., Aug. -: :-:pm. $. Classic Broadway Review: Ages -: Mon.-Thu., Aug. -, am-noon. $. Ages -: Mon.Fri., Aug. -, :-:pm. $. S.B. School of Performing Arts, W. Canon Perdido St. Call - or visit sbsopa.com.
S.B. Summer Stock Youth Theater Camp
Santa Barbara Summer Stock presents The Myth of Perseus and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Everybody acts, sings, and dances. The plays are highly adapted works designed to provide maximum parts, creative license, and participation for young actors, with each camp ending with public performances over three days.
The Myth of Perseus: Ages -. Mon.Thu., June - July , am-:pm. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland:
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Youth learn and record music in MusicBox Studios’ safe, professional, high-quality studio environments. Music lessons and recording sessions are oﬀered on a drop-in basis (registration required). Musicians of all levels accepted. Instruments oﬀered include guitar, bass, drums, keyboard/
Ages -. Mon.-Thu., June - July , -pm. $/session. Foothill School Auditorium. Call - or visit sbsummerstock.com.
SBMA ArtVenture Camp
This camp invites budding architects to draw and build their own vision of the future. Follow the process that architects use in designing, from concept to construction. Sketch original ideas, draw
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de detailed ﬂoor plans, and build models to create your yo vision of a community of the future.
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., June -, am-pm. $/members, $ $/nonmembers. SBMA’s Ridley-Tree Education Ctr. at M McCormick House, Santa Barbara St. Call - or vis sbma.net/kidsfamilies. visit
SBMA SB Ceramics Camp
This camp introduces sculptural and functional ceramic ce and includes hand-building, wheelthrowing, ﬁnishing, and glazing techniques around th age-appropriate, always-new themes. ag
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $/week (m (members), $/week (nonmembers). SBMA’s Ridley-Tree Ed Education Ctr. at McCormick House, Santa Barbara St. Ca - or visit sbma.net/programs. Call
SBYMA SB Elementary Music Program
Santa Sa Barbara Youth Music Academy is where absolute beginners can learn to play the bass guitar, ab guitar, keyboards, and drums, as well as learn to gu sing si powerful voices. Campers will experience performing with a band and singing in a rocking pe choir. ch
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., July - and July -, am-noon. $ $/week. Providence School, Modoc Rd. Call - or visit sbyma.org.
SBYMA SB Rock of Ages Camp
This is a unique opportunity for children to experience en the joy of learning to play musical instruments, as well as have the camaraderie of playing m and an performing in public as a band. Absolute beginners can learn to play the bass guitar, guitar, be keyboards, and drums, as well as to sing powerful ke vocals. The intermediate and advanced students vo will w also be able to improve their techniques with the th guidance of the SBYMA teachers.
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., Aug. - and Aug. -, -pm. $/ w Providence School, Modoc Rd. Call - or week. vis sbyma.org. visit
Sino Si West Dance & Kung Fu Summer Su Camps
FullFu and half-day dance and kung fu camps enhance children’s all-around physical experience en and an creativeness. A combination of diﬀerent activi-
ties ﬁlls each day of the week: ballet, acrobatics, hip-hop, jazz, kung fu, yoga, costume fun, creative choreography, and arts and crafts.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-noon, am:pm, or -:pm. $-$/week. Hollister Ave., Ste. , Goleta. Call - or visit sinowestsb.com/ summercamps.
Stage Left Productions Presents Seussical
Shana Lynch Arthurs and Steven Lovelace teach this intensive training for young performance artists wishing to learn audition technique, physical comedy, characterization, vocal technique, dance, and set and costume design and construction. Interested students will also participate in learning about lights, sound, design and construction, and backstage training. The program culminates in four performances of Seussical.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - July , -:pm. $. Goleta Valley Junior High, Stow Canyon Rd., Goleta. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intro to Television Production
Use TVSB’s professional studio production equipment to learn the basics of script-writing, camera work, lighting, directing, sound design, acting, on-camera, and editing.
Summerland Mercantile Craft Camp
This camp is ﬁlled with creativity, fun, and friendship for budding artists and crafters. Projects include embroidery, paper marking, dying and printing, jewelry making, and much more. Campers leave each day with a completed project.
Ages 10-15 June 16-20, 9am-4pm July 7-11, 9am-4 pm August 11-15, 9am-4pm
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July - and July - Aug. , :am:pm. $/week, $/both weeks. Address given upon registration. Call - or visit summerlandmercantile .com.
“Triple Threat” Musical Theater Camp
$245 per session
This camp will focus on building conﬁdence in the area of acting, singing, and dancing. Led by area professionals, this camp is geared for the serious musical-theater student. The week ends with an informal showcase.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., dates TBD, -pm. Santa Barbara Festival Ballet, -B Chapala St. Call - or visit santabarbarafestivalballet.com.
Young Singers Club
At this creative, high-energy, inclusive performing arts club, young singers focus on singing choreographed solos and in groups. Each week includes
Register online at www.tvsb.tv or call 805-571-1721 for more information
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Page Youth Ce n m Sum er Acti ter viti es
Coed Basketball Camp
June 16th-June 20th For grades 1st-4th Monday, July 7th-Friday, July 11th For grades 5th-8th 9:00am-12:00pm Cost-$100.00 Held at PYC
Coed Indoor Soccer Camp June 23rd-June 27th 9:00am-12:00pm Held at PYC 4540 Hollister Ave.
Coed Volleyball Camp July 14th-July 18th Grades 1st-8th 9:00am-12:00pm Cost-$100.00 Held at PYC Limited extended care available
Online Registration now available at Pageyouthcenter.org (805) 967-8778
Page Youth Center • 4540 Hollister Ave. DANCE UNLIMITED
Summer Creative Camp of the Arts AGES 4-12
JUNE 30 thru AUGUST 15 th
Monday through Friday 9am-2pm
PETER PAN: June 30th-July 18th $165 per week or $450 for 3 weeks
FROZEN: July 21st-August 15th $165 per week or $580 for 4 weeks
FUN • CREATIVE • FRIENDS • PERFORMANCES AND MUCH MUCH MORE! COSTUME, SET MAKING, CRAFTS DANCE ACTING
All levels! Ballet, tap, jazz, hip All levels! Fun acting work- All levels! Learn the fundamentals of hop & more for all levels. shops! Be a part of our cast for costume making, set design, Learn fundamentals of and prop making! camp productions! choreography
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SUMMER SWIM CAMP
Santa Barbara Tennis Club
Teaching swimming & water safety to children 5-12 years old in a safe & fun environment!
To Register Contact email@example.com (805) 682 - 4857
Dates: June 23-August 15 (Monday-Thursday) COST: SBTC-$160.00 NonMembers-$180.00 Santa Barbara Tennis Club 2375 Foothill Rd. Santa Barbara, Ca. 93105 (805) 682-4722
Making Friends for Life
Santa Barbara’s Jewish day-camp is back for its 10th season! Two - 2 week sessions | 9am-3pm Session I: July 14th-25th Session II: July 28th-August 8th Our camp is accredited by the American Camp Association and has a nondenominational approach in activities (Art, music, newspaper, drama, daily swimming, and a full array of sports)
For for information:
www.camphaverim.com or contact Camp Director Itzik Ben Sasson at 805.895.6593 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ranch Camp & Retreat Center
2014 Summer Camp Schedule
Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6 Session 7 Session 8
June 27 - July 2 July 6 - July 11 July 11 - July 16 July 19 - July 24 July 30 - August 4 August 4 - August 9 August 13-August 18 August 18 - August 23
Pirate Week Adventure Week Carnival Week M.V.P. Week Talent Show Week Mad Scientist Week Time Travel Week Medieval Week
Circle V Ranch Camp Offers 6 days / 5 Nights for ages 7-13
$425 Includes all lodging, meals & activites! *Camperships are available to those that qualify*
daily voice lessons, acting, skits, team-building games, and tons of fun. Various themes include Frozen, Mamma Mia!, American Idol classics, and more.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July - Aug. , am-pm. $-$/week. Mountain View School, Queen Ann Ln., Goleta. Call - or visit youngsingersclub.com.
Youth Aerial Dance Repertory
Sessions feature one week of technique, skill building and conditioning on trapeze, aerial fabrics, lyra, aerial sling, corde lisse, invented apparatus, contemporary dance, and physical theater and one week of choreography and phrase development.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July -, July - Aug. , Aug. -, am-pm. $/ session, $/two sessions, $,/three sessions. Santa Barbara Centre for Aerial Arts, E. Gutierrez St., Ste. B. Call - or visit sbaerial .com.
focused four-day workshop, led by a professional editor and college counselor.
Entering grade . Small-group sessions meet June-Sept. $ allinclusive fee. Call Tish O’Connor at - or visit collegeconsult.org.
Girls’ Coding and Apps: App Camp for Girls
This is a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education camp designed to inspire girls to learn computer coding and app development. The program includes learning the math needed to be a great programmer, app development, self-esteem and conﬁdence building. Students will work in a small group to develop several simple apps. Each development team will present their app to parents and program developers.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July -, am-pm. $. Gateway Educational Services, Hollister Ave., Ste. C. Call - or visit gatewaycamps .com.
Activities offered: Archery Sports Arts & Crafts Beach Trip Campfires Hiking Music Nature Appreciation Swimming Leadership Training (Ages 14 - 17) Visit our new website for more information and to download an application TODAY!
Ph: 805-688-5252 or 323-224-6213 Web: www.circlevranchcamp.org Email: email@example.com Please Join Us on Facebook too!
Ask about our all ages Family Camp July 25-27, 2014
Free Open House
Saturday, May 3, 2014 11A.M.-3P.M. everyone is invited!
iD Tech Camps & iD Teen Academies
EDUCATIONAL Camp GObotics
Camp GObotics teaches students to design, build, and program robots that include sumo robots, battle robots with Bluetooth remote controls, and amusement park rides for Lego mini-ﬁgures using the Lego Mindstorms NXT building system. Students spark their interest in robotics and learn and apply math, problem solving, and teamwork skills.
Ages -. June - and June -, :am-:am and/or ::pm. $/half-day week, $/full-day week. Hollister Elementary School, Anita Ln. Call - or visit campgobotics.com.
Take interests further and gain a competitive edge for school, college, and future careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). Create apps, video games, C++/Java programs, mods with Minecraft, robots, and more at weeklong summer programs.
Ages -. Weekly day and overnight programs, June - Aug. . $$,. UCSB. Call () - or visit idtech.com.
Circle Ranch Camp Near Lake Cachuma 2550 Highway 154 Santa Barbara, Ca 93105
Please RSVP with the Camp office by May 1, 2014 805-688-5252
Academics are taught by Irene Rinta, president with more than years of professional experience in architecture, engineering, and project management. Guest speakers often attend to present their expertise in various careers. We study, perform experiments, build, and play games, working indoors and
At Camp Invention, children rotate through four fun modules a day, where they work in diverse teams to engage in investigations, experiments, and engineering challenges. Camp Invention explores STEM concepts through creative hands-on activities to encourage curious minds to explore, create, and experience the spirit of problem solving through invention.
CHEER CAMP All Kids 5-18 All skill levels
June June 10-13th 10-13th July July 8-11th 8-11th (near the lighthouse) July 14-17th Camp times 9am-2pm July 14-17th La Mesa Park 295 Meigs Road
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., July - Aug. , am-:pm. $. The Knox School, Santa Barbara St. Call - or visit campinvention.org.
Cost $150 per week
(Child will receive camp t-shirt)
College Essay Application Workshops by College Consult
Cheer! Chant! Spirit!
Rising seniors make the best use of summer to get a jump on college applications. Write Common App and UC essays in a fun,
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5689 Hollister Ave. • Goleta • www.rainbowschoolsb.com Orca Summer Camp celebrates our twenty first consecutive summer as the area’s longest running and most fun beach camp, with activities including kayaking, surfing, beach games, tide pools, dolphin days and driftwood designs. Our knowledgeable and enthusiastic counselors ensure your child stays safe, keeps learning and has fun! One-week programs run from July 7th ~ August 29th 9 a.m. ~ 3 p.m. All counselors are CPR and first aid certified with a superb safety record.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION! Register on or before May 1st and receive 10 % off! Ages 6 ~ 14 (Offering special programs for teens!)
Cost: $300 per week
(Discount offered for siblings and multiple week registration)
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Have Fun... Catch Waves... Make Memories...
Summer Surf Camps Only $225/week! • Limited enrollment for maximum fun • 4 to 1 student to instructor ratio • CPR-certified instructors
• Boards & wetsuits included • Ages 6-18 • Monday June 9th – Friday August 29th
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outdoors. Summer camps are academic, safe, and fun with Club KE.
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. . $$/week. Garden St. Call () - or visit kidzengineering101.com.
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., July -, am-:pm. $. UCSB. Call -, email youngwriters @education.ucsb.edu, or visit education.ucsb .edu/scwrip/youth-family-community -programs.
Math Camp at S.B. Family School
An area math team coach with over years of experience runs this fun, hands-on exploration of creative mathematics for kids who enjoy math. Weekly themes include magic, art, codes, sports, games, money, and inﬁnity.
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , ::am. $/week. Goleta. Call - or visit sbfamilyschool.com/camps.
S.B. Education Foundation Summer School
Earn credits for high school. This tuition-based, for-credit summer school will be hosted at the San Marcos High School campus but is open to all high school students, regardless of what school they attend. Student can earn - units of high school credits, and most courses meet A-G requirements.
Grades -. June - July , am-:pm. $-$/class (scholarships available). San Marcos High School, Hollister Ave. Call - or visit santabarbaraeducation.org.
UCSB Summer Science Camp
This science camp at UCSB oﬀers an exciting environment for kids to gain scientiﬁc intuition and engineering logic through fun, hands-on activities and engaging collaborative eﬀorts. The camp provides small camper-to-scientist ratios, daily team-building exercises to boost communication, conﬁdence and cooperation, and challenges that stimulate critical thinking.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July -, July -, and July -. am-pm. $/week. UCSB. Call - or visit summer.ucsb.edu/ sciencecamp.
Young Writers Camp
Oﬀered for the nd summer through the South Coast Writing Project, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education at UCSB, this nurturing and stimulating camp maximizes writing skills through creative activities taught by classroom teachers. Applications are due by June . There is a discount for multiple children from the same family, and scholarships are available.
GENERAL AHA! Summer Program
Through an innovative, experiential curriculum, participants build social and emotional awareness, knowledge, and understanding; learn skills for conﬂict resolution; engage in creative arts, outdoor activities, and connection circles; gain a better understanding of how their “teen brains” operate; and, most importantly, have lots of fun.
Ages -. Two four-week sessions, June July , :am-:pm and -pm. Call to make mandatory informational enrollment meeting. Donations accepted. Jeﬀerson Hall, Unitarian Society, Santa Barbara St. Call - or visit ahasb.org.
Above All Aviation
Santa Barbara’s premier ﬂight school presents its th Annual Aviation Youth Academy, including ﬂights every day, tower tours, ﬂy-ins, ﬁeld trips, aviation science experiments, and more.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July - (for beginners) and Aug. - (for intermediate and advanced), am-pm. $. Cook Pl. Call - or visit aaasba.com.
Brasil Arts Café Kids Capoeira Camp
Begin with the movements of capoeira, a Brazilian martial art form that combines aspects of dance, gymnastics, and music. Campers will be introduced to the instruments and songs of capoeira and also learn a fun and high-energy Afro-Brazilian dance called maculelê. A performance will happen on the last day. Delicious and healthy lunch or snack will be provided.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July -, am-noon or am-pm. $-$. Brasil Arts Café, State St. Call - or visit brasilartscafe .com.
BullyProof Martial Arts Summer Camp
Jiujitsu is a non-striking, performancebased martial art, speciﬁcally designed to control and subdue an opponent of
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Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Summer ArtVenture Camps Ages 5 – 12 Monday – Friday 9am – 3pm
Build It: Adventures in Architecture June 9 – 13 Draw Like Crazy: Creative Cartoons June 16 – 20 and July 21 – 25 Let‘s Paint! Methods and Materials June 23 – 27 and July 28 – August 1 Shape and Sculpt: Techniques in 3-D July 7 – 11 and August 4 – 8 Innovate & Experiment: Exploring Contemporary Art July 14 – 18 and August 11 – 15
$215 SBMA Members, $250 Non-Members
Register online at www.sbma.net/kidsfamilies or contact Rachael Krieps at 884.6441 or email@example.com 1130 State Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 www.sbma.net
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Summer Camps www.elingspark.org
Weekly Camps from June 9th to August 15th
Earn Credits for High School
BMX • Friendship Camp Peer Buddies Lacrosse • Nature & Games • Tennis Soccer • Softball • Sports Activities
Students entering grades 9-12 can earn 5-10 units of high school credit during the summer, acquiring the flexibility to take more advanced classes or more electives in the next school year. Most courses meet “A-G” requirements. Any student aged 12-18 can also take courses for non-credit. The five unit courses will operate either first session or second session. The 10 unit courses will run the entire six weeks.
Ages 5 to 15 Scholarships Available!
1298 Las Positas Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Get ahead this Summer!
Registration Through May 16, 2014 Classes Held at San Marcos High School Session 1: June 16 - July 3, 2014 Session 2: July 7 - July 24, 2014 For more Information: www.SantaBarbaraEducation.org
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Ages -: Mon.-Fri., June -. Ages -: Mon.-Fri., July -. $. Gracie Barra Jiu-Jitsu Academy, State St. Call - or visit gbsantabarbara.com.
This Jewish day camp oﬀers activities such as art, music, newspaper, drama, talent shows, daily swimming (or an alternative water activity, such as slip ’n’ slide), and a full array of sports. Make friends for life. Grades K-. Mon.-Fri., July - and July - Aug. , am-
pm. $-$/one-week session, $-$/two-week session. Cate School, Cate Mesa Rd., Carpinteria. Call - or visit camphaverim.com.
Camp Tacanneko Day Camp
Enjoy the day with friends, and rumble in the jungle. Daily activities include swimming, music, crafts, star ﬂight, or try-aid programs.
Grades K-. Mon.-Fri., June -, :am-:pm. $. Arroyo Grande Methodist Campground. Call - or visit campfirecentralcoast.org.
Cub Scout Day Camp
Boys will have fun doing crafts, games, archery, wrist rockets, outdoor cooking, woodcraft, leather work, service projects, Cub Scout skills, and much more. All activities will be centered on the “Knights of the Roundtable” theme.
Ages -. Mon.-Thu., June -, am-:pm, and Fri., June , am-pm. $-$. S.B. LDS Church, Santa Barbara St. Call - or visit lpcbsa.org.
Ecology Explorers Summer Camp
Ecology Explorers is an exciting and educational week of fun-ﬁlled activities. Activities include beach and nature exploration, environmental concept games, composting, planting seeds, cooking, nature crafts, tie-dye, and more!
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, June -, July -, and July -, am-pm, and Aug. -, am-pm. $-$/week. Art from Scrap, E. Cota St., and Watershed Resource Ctr., Cliﬀ Dr. Call - or visit exploreecology.org.
Girls Inc. of S.B.: Summer Adventure Program
Girls Inc. of S.B. oﬀers fun, educational, enriching programs for girls in a safe, structured environment — including swimming, ﬁeld trips, sports, reading, art, theater, library skills, science projects, cooking, gardening, science, dance, and much more. Grades K-. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-pm. $/
part-time week, $/full-time week. Goleta Valley Ctr., Hollister Ave., Goleta, -, and S.B. Ctr., E. Ortega St., -. Visit girlsincsb.org.
Hidden Oaks Swim Club
Be your own camp counselor while day camping by the pool. Bring the family for a daily swim at this pool. Activities include barbecues, badminton, bocce ball, croquet, swing set, and indoor pool tables. All ages. Daily sessions, May - Nov. , am-pm. Seasonal,
monthly, weekly, and daily rates; free for ages under . Hidden Oaks Clubhouse, Calle Camarada. Call - or visit hiddenoaksclubhouse.com.
Isla Vista Youth Projects
Summer program for students include academic assistance as well as enrichment activities. Grades -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-:pm. $/
half-day week, $/full-day week. Isla Vista Elementary School, El Colegio Rd., Goleta. Call - or visit ivyp.org.
Little Stars: Where Your Little Angels Become Stars
This camp is a manners and etiquette camp. Group or private training with special customized programs focuses on modern manners, social graces, grooming, and appearance.
Ages -. Call - or visit littlestarsetiquette.com for details.
Montecito Family YMCA Camps
Your child will be an integral part of a small group of children of similar ages as they learn new skills, develop lasting friendships, and pursue the Y’s mission of healthy spirit, mind, and body. Camp activities include arts and crafts, team building, swimming, sports and games, and barbecues. Field trips include bowling, skating, rollerblading, surrey riding, amusement parks, beaches and parks, museums, Cloud Jump Club, and Disneyland. Extended care is available. Grades K-. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $/ses-
sion. Montecito Family YMCA, Santa Rosa Ln., Montecito. Call - or visit ciymca.org/montecito.
Montessori Center School Summer Camps
Camp sessions oﬀered include Nuts About Nature, How the Heart Works, Cooking Through the Americas, World Art, Outdoor Adventure, Puppetry, Geography, and Crafts. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-:pm. $-
$/session, $,/six-week session. N. Fairview Ave., Ste. ., Goleta. Call - or visit mcssb.org.
Nature Adventures oﬀers summer camps at the Museum of Natural History and Sea Center to inspire a thirst for discovery and a passion for the natural world. Experiment, experience, and observe the natural world around you.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $/ week (members), $/week (nonmembers); additional $-$/extended care. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Puesta del Sol. Ty Warner Sea Ctr., Stearns Wharf. Call - or visit sbnature.org/education/ocs.
Rainbow School Summer Camp
This camp oﬀers a safe, secure, noncompetitive, stimulating environment for children, including drama, creative writing, crafts, games, cooking, bowling, and special-instruction classes in art and daily ﬁeld trips to area parks, beaches, and natural cultural and historical sites. Grades +. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-:pm.
$./half-day, $/full day. Rainbow School, Hollister Ave., Goleta. Call - or visit rainbowschoolsb.com.
Safety Town Summer Camp
Safety Town teaches pre- to post-kindergarteners how to evaluate “safe” from “unsafe” and learn general safety at home and in the community. Participants get to drive pedal cars, practicing crossing the street in a miniature town, and get to tour an ambulance, ﬁre truck and more. Grade K. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. . $-$/week. Foothill
School, El Camino School, Isla Vista School, and Franklin School. Call - or visit sbsafetytown.org.
S.B. Charter School
Chart a course for the kids this summer at S.B. Charter School, giving them the opportunity to enjoy indoor and outdoor games, a creative playground, arts and crafts, and area ﬁeld trips. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-:pm. $/
half-day, $/full day, $/week. Goleta Valley Jr. High School, Stow Canyon Rd., Goleta. Call -.
S.B. YMCA Babysitter Training Camp
Your child will learn leadership, basic care, safety, and ﬁrst aid that can help make them an excellent
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SWIM. RUN. PLAY. SWING. REPEAT.
KEEP YOUR KIDS ACTIVE THIS SUMMER WITH SWIM LESSONS, TENNIS CLINICS, AND THE PARISI SPEED SCHOOL.
WWW.SWELLCLUBS.COM CATHEDRAL OAKS ATHLETIC CLUB (805) 964-7762
SBHS WATER POLO CAMP: July 9-25
Looking for an opportunity to play water polo in a friendly and fun competitive atmosphere? Want to be coached by one of the top high school coaches in the United States? Have a desire to learn the game, improve your knowledge, or refine your skills?
If so, then Santa Barbara High School Water Polo Camp is the program for you! Led by Mark Walsh, 20-year high school coach with 11 CIF titles and 4 Junior Olympic gold medals, the SBHS Water Polo Camp is geared for boys and girls ages 12 years old and older. Participants will have the opportunity to improve their water polo knowledge through instruction by an experienced coaching staff of current and former players. With over 20 years of success for incoming and current SBHS water polo players, the SBHS Water Polo Camp is extending, for the first time, the invitation to participate to all who are interested. SBHS Water Polo Camp will run from June 9 through July 25 and will consist of three two-hour sessions and one evening scrimmage weekly. Participants of all water polo experience levels are welcome, but participants must be able to swim and be comfortable in the water.
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Space is limited! Register soon to ensure your spot!
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University of California, Santa Barbara’s
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babysitter. Campers will get hands-on experience, be involved in small-group interactive learning, role playing, and games. Campers will make new friends, take trips, and have fun. Financial assistance is available.
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., June - and Aug. -, am-pm. $-$/ week. S.B. Family YMCA, Hitchcock Wy. Call - or visit ciymca .org.
S.B. YMCA Counselors in Training (CITs)
Our Counselor In Training program oﬀers high school students the opportunity to work with a variety of camps, while earning community service and developing leadership skills. CITs can choose to work with Kinder, Day, Aquatics Specialty or Sports Camp. Financial assistance is available.
Ages - and entering grades K-. June - Aug. . $/ﬁve-day session, $/three-day session. Hope School YMCA, La Colina Rd., and S.B. Family YMCA, Hitchcock Wy. -, email janine.greenfield@ ciymca.org, or visit ciymca.org.
S.B. YMCA Specialty Camps
Our specialty camps oﬀer science, baking, cooking, water sports and safety, and hip-hop over the course of one summer. Campers will enjoy tasty treats that you make yourself, silly science experiments, crafty creations, insane dance routines, and much more. Daylong camps with extended care available. Financial assistance is available. Grades -. June - Aug. . $-$/week. S.B. Family YMCA,
Orientation: June , pm. $-$/session.
Hitchcock Wy. Call - x, visit email@example.com, or visit ciymca.org.
S.B. YMCA Day Camps
S.B. YMCA Water Adventure Camp and Splash Camp
Day camps are oﬀered at two locations. Our activities, trips, and projects are selected and planned around weekly themes and designed to keep campers engaged and excited throughout the week. It’s your summer — make it an adventure! Daylong camps with extended care and ﬁnancial assistance are available.
Splash into water adventures. Splash campers stay cool with water activities such as boat building, water safety, swimming, watermelon races, beach activities, and more. Water Adventure Campers enjoy the week with pool activities, water safety, and overnight camping at an engaging water-ﬁlled destination. Financial assistance is available.
Splash Camp: Grades -. June - and Aug. -. $-$. Water Adventure Camp: Grades -. June - July and July -.
offers for the 23rd summer
Young Writers Camp July 14 — 25, 2014
Fun activities inspire creative writing in half-day classes designed to nurture the imagination and maximize learning UC Santa Barbara grades 3-9 Cal Lutheran University grades 3-9 Oxnard College grades 4-9 (July 14 - 31) Ventura College grades 4-9 (July 14 - 31) Registration fee $295 For information and registration materials: education.ucsb.edu/scwrip/youthfamily-community-programs 805-893-5899 firstname.lastname@example.org
$-$. S.B. Family YMCA, Hitchcock Wy. Call - x, email email@example.com, or visit ciymca.org.
Stuart C. Gildred Family YMCA
Campers will be involved in age-appropriate activities, from swim lessons and tumbling for Lil’ Troopers to daily oﬀ-site adventures for the Explorer and Jr. High Camps. Campers will have weekly themes, character/leadership development, arts and crafts, science, outdoor and overnight experiences, and swimming two to three days per week. Extended care and ﬁnancial assistance are available. Adventure: Grades K-. Three- or ﬁve-day camps, June - Aug. .
Tennis: Grades -. June -. Splash: Grades -. July - and Aug. -. Basketball: Grades -. July - Aug. . $-$. Drop-oﬀ/pickup locations: Stuart C. Gildred Family YMCA, N. Refugio Rd., Santa Ynez, or Oak Valley Elementary, Rm. , nd St., Buellton. Call - or visit ciymca.org.
Summer Adventures with Daddy Daycare
We’ll be adventuring around Santa Barbara, from hiking to berry picking. Every Wednesday will be beach day, and academic refreshers are oﬀered through the summer. Mrs. Lauderdale is a teacher at Vieja Valley School, and Mr. Rob is a licensed paramedic. Daily snacks will be provided.
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Ages -. June - Aug. , am-:pm. $/day, $-/week. Lauderdale Family Child Care, Arboleda Rd. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UCSB Recreation Center
One of the best-kept secrets in town, the Rec Center oﬀers great summer recreation for the entire family. Activities include swimming, weight room, cardio equipment, new rock wall, and use of the gymnasium. All ages. June - Aug. . $-$/day (membership options available). UCSB Recreation Ctr. Call
- or visit recreation.ucsb.edu.
UCSB Summer Day Camp
The university will be celebrating its rd summer with activities including swimming, gymnastics, arts and crafts, ropes adventure course, ﬁeld games, and much more. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-:pm. $-$/week. UCSB. Call - or
Waldorf Santa Barbara Summer Camp
Various camps provide children with the opportunity to engage in fun and meaningful activities, meet new friends, sing, paint, sew, go on nature walks, garden, make crafts, watch and create puppet plays, and play in the water.
Ages -. Mon.-Thu., June -, June - July , July -, and Aug. -, am-pm. $/week. Vieja Valley School, Nogal Dr. Call - or visit waldorfsantabarbara.org.
Westside Boys & Girls Club Summer Camp
There will be gym activities, art activities, reading circles, water play, ﬁeld trips, and more. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-pm for summer day camp hours or am-pm for
club camp hours. $-$/week. Westside Boys & Girls Club, W. Anapamu St. Call - or email email@example.com.
Zoo Camp at the Santa Barbara Zoo
Have your child get in touch with their wild side through behind-the-scenes tours, games, crafts, and other one-of-a-kind, up-close animal experiences. Ages -. June - Aug. . $-$/morning or afternoon session, $-$/full-day session.
Santa Barbara Zoo, Niños Dr. Call - or visit sbzoo.org.
OUTDOOR GENERAL Bikemoore Mountain Bike Camp
Bikemoore provides guided mountain bike tours in Santa Barbara. These group rides oﬀer skill-building exercises with a safe and supportive environment. Private lessons are also available. Operational bike, helmet, water, and lunch are required. Join us to develop your mountain biking skills and explore nature with Bikemoore. Ages +. Every Sat. and/or Sun., June - Aug. , am-pm. $/day, $/four-tour package.
Ellwood Preserve, Goleta. Call - or visit bikemoore.com.
Elings Park oﬀers a range of weeklong sports camps for kids in a spectacular Santa Barbara setting. There’s a maximum of campers for every counselor, and each counselor is CPR and ﬁrst-aid certiﬁed. We oﬀer eight diﬀerent camps, and our partnerships with the Reptile Family will make this summer one your child will never forget. Ages -. June - Aug. . $-$/week. Elings Park, Las Positas Rd. Call - or visit
Your camper stays in villas or cabins an entire week at Camp Fox on Catalina Island, just steps away from the ocean. Camp Fox is the place for beachfront swimming,
Join us for a fun summer adventure! Many local trips, activities, and tours 7:30am-5:30pm Monday through Friday Monthly and Weekly Rates Christian Values State Licensed: 421710426 1435 Cliff Drive ♦ 965-4286 ♦ www.cliffdrivecarecenter.org april 10, 2014
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DAY CAMPS in Santa Barbara
F I E L D P L AY E R & G O A L K E E P E R July 28 - August 1 | Ages 10-18, 8am-4pm Learn the technical, tactical and physical aspects of soccer. We lay the foundation for players to take their game to the next level. JUNIORS June 16-20, July 14-18, July 28-August 1 | Ages 6-9, 8am-12pm Young players develop core soccer skills in a fun environment. Daily challenges encourage improvement and build confidence. JETT July 28 - August 1 | Ages 3 - 5, times vary The best first impression of soccer for the youngest players. Learn fundamental techniques with fun tasks and scrimmages. All day camps held at Santa Barbara High School
RESIDENTIAL CAMPS in Camarillo
F I E L D P L AY E R & G O A L K E E P E R 10 DAY ACADEMY June 22 - July 1 Focus on technical ability, creative play, physical components & position specific tactical soccer education. F I E L D P L AY E R & G O A L K E E P E R 5 DAY ELITE WEEK June 22 - June 26 & June 27 - July 1 Focused soccer training to improve key physical components of all positions. All residential camps held at CSU Channel Islands.
Bradford “B.J.” Jamieson IV 4 years with one. Residential 2014 MLS Pro Player: LA Galaxy
Join Our Summer Fun! For a creative, challenging, academic and inspiring camp, MCS is where your child wants to be! Over 15 camps for kids aged 3-12 Visit Us at
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NEW! Half-Day Sessions (ages 3-8) & Conservation Crew (ages 9-12) includes visits into the field for observation.
ZOO CAMP IT ’S GOING TO BE WILD! Visit sbzoo.org for schedules, information and registration. (805) 962-5339 • Just oﬀ Cabrillo Blvd. at East Beach • sbzoo.org
SUMMER c a m P GUIDE kayaking, inner-tubing, hiking, tide pools, stand-up paddleboard, high-ropes course, beach volleyball, snorkeling, Frisbee golf, campﬁres, and more.
Grades -: Sun.-Sat., July -. Grades -: Sun.-Sat., July -. $-$/session. Drop-oﬀ/pickup locations in S.B. Family YMCA, Hitchcock Wy. Call - x, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit ciymca.org.
Camp Fox Family Camp
Enjoy a weekend of adventure and fun for the entire family. Camp Fox on Catalina Island includes the fun of beachfront swimming, marine lab, and tide pools to outdoor games and activities to include hiking, Frisbee golf, climbing wall, evening campﬁres, and the YMCA Rag Program.
All ages. Fri.-Mon., Aug. -. $/child (ages -), $/ youth (ages -), $/adult. Drop-oﬀ/pickup locations in S.B. Family YMCA, Hitchcock Wy. Call - x, email email@example.com, or visit ciymca.org.
everything it has to oﬀer. Campers will learn to set up and take down camps, cook food, live in rustic settings, and depend on the strength and abilities of their fellow campers. Caravan Camp will be making stops along the coast and will culminate at the American River. Grades -. July - Aug. . $/facility member, $/
program member. Stuart C. Gildred Family YMCA, N. Refugio Rd. Drop-oﬀ/pickup locations in S.B. Family YMCA, Hitchcock Wy. Call - or visit ciymca.org.
Hearts Summer Horse Experience
This safe, integrated horse experience includes horse-and-rider-bonding activities, team building, overall horsemanship, and riding lessons.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - and July -, am-noon. $/two-week session. Hearts Therapeutic Equestrian Ctr., Calle Real. Call -, email nicola@heartsriding .org, or visit heartsriding.org.
The Little Big Riding School Horse Camp Come learn how to ride western, create arts and crafts, and take part in a decorating contest and demonstration on the last day.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, July -, July -, July -, and July - Aug. , am-:pm. $/week. Call - or visit santaynezvalleyhorsebackriding.com.
PeakPaciﬁc Channel Islands Overnight Youth and Teen Sailing Adventure Camp
Campers will experience the adventure of a lifetime as they sail, adventure to the Channel Islands and live aboard the sailboat Sweptaway. Campers will sleep aboard the boat, have opportunities to sail, kayak, stand-up paddleboard, snorkel, swim, ﬁsh, hike, and more.
Youth: Ages -. Mon.-Thu., July -. Teen: Ages -: Mon.-Thu., July -. $. Drop-oﬀ/pickup location: Vintage Marina Guest Dock, S. Harbor Blvd., Oxnard. Call - or visit peak2pacific.com.
PeakPaciﬁc Outdoor Wilderness Skills & Adventure Camp
Campers will explore and learn the skills needed to live and thrive in the wild while maintaining a sustainable relationship with plants and wild animals in mountains, creeks, rivers, and oceans. During camp, we will be lifting, climbing, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding around Marymount, Santa Barbara Harbor, the S.B. Pier, West Beach, Lizard’s Mouth, Leadbetter, Elings Park, Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens, and more.
Ages -. July -, am-pm. $/session. Drop-oﬀ/ pickup location: Marymount School, Mission Ridge Rd. Call - or visit peak2pacific.com.
PeakPaciﬁc Scuba Certiﬁcation Diving Course
This camp is for small groups with collaboration through Scuba Schools International (SSI) and includes training manual and material, pool trainings at Marymount pool with S.B. Aquatics dive masters, free rental and usage of dive wet suits, BCDS, regulators, tanks, dive weights, and dives. Students must own their own wet suit, gloves, booties, masks, ﬁns, and snorkel.
Ages -. Mon. and Wed., June - July , :-:pm. $. Marymount School, Mission Ridge Rd. Call - or visit peak2pacific.com.
PeakPaciﬁc Young Explorers and Outdoor Adventurers Outdoor Nature, Arts & Science Camps
Young explorers and outdoor adventurers with a passion to learn and be inspired by nature and adventure will have opportunities to explore Santa Barbara through the creative eyes of an artist and the inquisitive yet sustainable mind of a scientist.
Ocean Adventures Summer Beach Camp
We are all about kids having fun. Surﬁng, stand-up paddling, kayaking, boogie boarding, arts and crafts, and beach games are included. Early-registration, multi-camper, and multi-week discounts are available.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., starting June , am-pm. $/day, $/week. A-Frame Surf Shop, Santa Claus Ln., Carpinteria. Call - or visit aframesurf.com.
Orca Summer Camp
Orca Adventures celebrates the longest-running and most fun beach camp with kayaking, surﬁng, music, beach games, tide pools, dolphin days, and driftwood designs. Our experienced and enthusiastic counselors ensure your child stays safe, keeps learning, and has fun. Ages -. July - Aug. , am-pm. $/week. Call
- or visit orcacamp.org.
PeakPaciﬁc Amazing Race Biking Adventure Camp
Camp Natoma is a unique summer camp nestled in the Adelaida mountains of San Luis Obispo County where campers sleep under the stars, make new friends, and experience the joys of the outdoors. Regular sessions are for campers who are entering nd-th grade, and Counselor-inTraining sessions are for campers entering thth grade. Entering nd-th grade. June - Aug. . $/week. Camp
Fire, Pomeroy Ave., Pismo Beach. Call - or visit campnatoma.org.
At Camp Whittier, located in the S.B. mountains across from Lake Cachuma, campers will enjoy nature and activities like rock climbing, music, drama, swimming, archery, arts and crafts, and campﬁres.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July -. $. Camp Whittier, Hwy. . Call - or visit campwhittier.org.
This is an exciting and adventurous camp on the go. Campers will be whisked oﬀ across the state of California experiencing the sights and smells of
Campers bike, kayak, stand-up paddleboard, swim, rock climb, and hike with their teams to ﬁnd clues and take on the ultimate scavenger hunt and challenges through Santa Barbara. Embark on all terrains, using various modes of transportation and the knowledge of each and every teammate. Ages -. June - July , am-pm. $. Marymount
School, Mission Ridge Rd. Call - or visit peak2pacific.com.
Private or group swim lessons are available, as well as after-camp private or group swim lessons. Ages -. Three one-week sessions, June -, June -
July , and July -. $/group session, $/private session. Marymount School, Mission Ridge Rd. Call - or visit peak2pacific.com.
PeakPaciﬁc Catalina Island Ultimate Discovery Adventure Camp
Campers will sleep aboard the sailboat Sweptaway and have opportunities to sail, kayak, stand-up paddleboard, snorkel, scuba, swim, ﬁsh, hike, and more. Join for the inspiring experience of swimming with dolphins and sea lions, diving in kelp forests, and more.
Ages -. Aug. -. $,. Drop-oﬀ/pickup location: Marymount School, Mission Ridge Rd. Call - or visit peak2pacific.com.
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SUMMER DANCE PROGRAM 2014 Gustafson Dance offers a variety of summer programs for 1 and 2 week sessions with ballet, jazz, tap, art and more. All programs culminate in fully staged musical performances. • Dance Camps for ages 6-12, full day program with optional after-care • Half-day Mini Dance Camps for ages 3-8 • Junior Intensive for ages 7-14 • Classes for ages 2 and up will be offered throughout the summer
YOUTH SUMMER SAILING PROGRAM JUNE 9 - AUGUST 15, 2014 AGES 8-17
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9am Morning Sessions and 1pm Afternoon Sessions Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Levels Tuition Starts at $350 for a Two-Week Session Scholarships Available
REGISTER NOW! Santa Barbara Youth Sailing Foundation Phone: (805) 965-4603 www.sbysf.com
805.563.3262 • gustafsondance.com
Register Online Now!
Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara
Join the Girls Inc. Team
SUMMER TRIATHLON TRAINING CAMP
Wonder is Alive
at The Waldorf School of Santa Barbara Summer Camp (Ages 3-6).
June 16 – August 22
Triathlon Training Camp Hours Only
Girls ages 7 to 14 – Ten weeks of summer camp available –
9:00 am – Noon: $125/week
All ability levels welcome!
Full-time Girls Inc. Adventure Camp w/ AM Triathlon Training*
9:00 am – Noon
Monday – Friday
*A minimum of 7 weeks is highly recommended
Scholarships available for program fees, equipment & race registration
Nature Camp June 16th-19th & July 28th-31st
Discover More at
All campers must be potty trained. Camps take place at our beautiful Hope Ranch campus at Vieja Valley Elementary School. $175 per session (Monday-Thursday 9a-1p). Contact Heidi at (805) 967-6656 or email Heidi@waldorfsantabarbara.org Register online now! 46
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Los Banos Pool
Los Banos Pool
Chase Palm Park
weekly fees include
Water Camp July 14th-July 17th
SB Bike is providing all cycling instruction & partnering with Girls Inc. to ensure that bicycles and helmets are available for all girls.
Gnome and Fairy Camp June 30th - July 3rd & August 11th - 14th
7:30 am – 6:00 pm: $180/week
• Coaches trained in swim, cycling & running instruction • Swim instruction & pool workouts twice per week • Cycling skills, agility, safety & rides led by certified youth cycling instructors • Bike maintenance clinics • Team tech shirt
Beach Day & Triathlon Skills Leadbetter Beach
• Daily teambuilding activities with a focus on fun & exploring • Weekly beach days with a variety of beach and water games • Introduction to ocean swimming in safe, lifeguard-supported sessions • Introduction to triathlons & race strategy • Guest athlete speakers & coaches
TRAINING LEADING UP TO THE SANTA BARBARA TRIATHLON TO BE HELD ON 8/24/2014 For info & registration call 805-963-4757 x13 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMER c a m P GUIDE Young Explorers: Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, June - July , and July -, am-pm. $/week. Outdoor Adventurers: Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, am-pm. $/week. Drop-oﬀ/pickup location: Marymount School, Mission Ridge Rd. Call - or visit peak2pacific .com.
Quality Time Child Development Center
Come join us in our old-fashioned, farm-like setting, where children learn from hands-on experiences: gathering eggs from our chickens, gardening organically, using our own vegetables, and learning how to compost and recycle. Other elements include splash-ﬁlled water activities, art in our awesome outdoor studio, and music.
Ages -. Mon-Fri., am-pm. $-$,/week. Quality Time Child Development Ctr., Hollister Ave. Call - or visit qtinsb.com.
River Way Ranch Camp
Memories and friendships await you at River Way Ranch Camp, a premier California coed residential summer camp. Campers are supervised by highly trained staﬀ and participate in their choice of -plus activities, including horseback riding, waterskiing, ropes course, and paintball. Devoted counselors guide campers through new adventures and challenges. Ages -. Four two-week sessions, June -, June July , July -, and July - Aug. , and two one-week
sessions, June - and Aug. -. $,-$,. Foothills of the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Call () - or visit riverwayranchcamp.com.
S.B. Elite Cheer Camp
Your child will learn all about cheering, chanting, and positive S.B. spirit. We will guide each camper with techniques including stretches, jumps, toe touches, basics of tumbling, and overall core strengthening. Camp is open to all skill levels, and all campers receive a T-shirt.
Ages -. Tue.-Fri., June - and July -, and Mon.-Thu., July -, am-pm. $. La Mesa Park, Meigs Rd. (near the lighthouse). Call Sarah Butcher at - or email email@example.com.
Summer Farm Days
Explore all aspects of an active farm, including planting, harvesting, cooking, and chicken and goat care. Play in our avocado orchard, explore the children’s garden, and frolic in the strawberry ﬁelds. Each week is diﬀerent, and our camper-tostaﬀ ratio makes it possible to follow the curiosity of each child. Ages -. June - Aug. . $-$/week. Fairview
Gardens, N. Fairview Ave., Goleta. Call - or visit fairviewgardens.org.
Wilderness Youth Project Family Camp
Wilderness Youth Project widens its circle to encompass not only a band of young participants but their entire family. This event attempts to expand the experience of nature connection to a community of families that come together for a weekend (or week) of exploration, good food, and, winds willing, campﬁres. Of course, all the events, both planned and spontaneous, wouldn’t be half as magical without the gracious collaboration of the place itself, the Arroyo Hondo Preserve, nested among the canyons of the Gaviota Coast.
All ages. Weekend session: Fri.-Sun., July -. $/family. Weeklong session: Mon.-Fri., Aug. -. $-$/child, $-$/adult. Arroyo Hondo Preserve, canyons of the Gaviota Coast. Call - or visit wyp.org/family-camp.
Wild Roots Summer Camps
Enjoy the diversity of our natural places through exploration, games, tracking, singing, storytelling, and fun. Ages ½-. Mon.-Fri., June - July , July -, and July
-, and Mon.-Thu., July -, :am-pm. $/week. Various locations. Call - or visit wildrootsschool.org.
Wild West Camp
This popular one-of-a-kind camp focuses on healthy, outdoor, fun activities and games that children enjoyed on the Western frontier, including bow and arrow shooting taught by an archery expert, vaquero roping, leather tooling, preparing a Dutch-oven cowboy lunch, and so much more. Beverages and snacks are included.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - and July -, am-pm. $/week. Santa Ynez Valley Historical Museum, Sagunto St., Santa Ynez. Call - or visit santa ynezmuseum.org.
SPECIAL NEEDS Camp Chit Chat
Camp Chit Chat is a fun and socially interactive camp. It’s a great way for children to keep up with all of their communication skills during the summer when regular therapy services are not oﬀered. Camp participants will be placed in a small group working on similar skills such as articulation, language, ﬂuency, and social communication. Grades pre-K to K. Mon.-Thu., June - Aug. , am-:pm.
$/session. Scottish Rite Language Ctr., E. Carrillo St. Call - or visit sbspeech.com.
A fun summer camp for special needs children, Camp Mariposas creates opportunities for young children to engage in fun activities that enhance
and facilitate their communication and sensory development. Ages -. Mon. and Wed. or Tue. and Thu., June -
end of each session for all participants to showcase their equestrian talents.
Aug. , :-:am, :am-:pm, or -pm. $/ three-week session. MP Health of S.B., W. Micheltorena St., Ste. B. Call - or visit mphealthsb.com.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - and July -, am-noon. $/two-week session. Hearts Therapeutic Equestrian Ctr., Calle Real. Call -, email nicola@heartsriding .org, or visit heartsriding.org.
Junior Wheelchair Sports Camp
Grades -. Mon.-Fri., Aug. -, :am-:pm. Free. First Baptist Church, Veronica Springs Rd. Extended care: :-:pm. $. Downtown Boys & Girls Club, E. Canon Perdido St. (transportation provided by EasyLift). Call - or visit sansumclinic.org/camp-wheez.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., July -. Free. Location TBD. Call - x or email René Van Hoorn at rvanhoor@ sbch.org.
Sansum Clinic’s Camp Wheez is a day camp for children with asthma designed for their special needs. Campers learn to manage their asthma while they participate in recreation, enjoy arts and crafts, and have old-fashioned camp fun. This camp is staﬀed by medical professionals, trained volunteers, and community members.
Dubin Learning Center
This Santa Barbara leader in education has helped thousands of students, ranging from the underachiever to the gifted, to reach their potential. We provide educational therapy for students with learning diﬀerences, ADD, or dyslexia; tutoring in all subjects; and test prep for SAT, SSAT, and ISEE.
Grades K-College. Mon.-Fri., starts July . $/hr. for tutoring, $/hr. for educational therapy. Dubin Learning Ctr., W. Cota St. Call - or visit dubinlearningcenter.com.
Happy Adventure Summer Camp
This day enrichment program is open to children and youth with developmental disabilities.
Our annual Junior Wheelchair Sports Camp is designed for individuals between the ages of and years who use a wheelchair to participate in sports. Camp features tennis, rock-wall climbing, volleyball, and many other activities tailored to individuals’ abilities. Transportation is available from Santa Maria, Lompoc, Santa Barbara, Goleta, Carpinteria, and Ventura/Oxnard areas.
SPIRITUAL Circle V Ranch Camp
Circle V Ranch Camp is nestled in the Los Padres National Forest, surrounded by mature oak trees and miles of hiking trails. This camp includes activities such as hiking, swimming, nature, archery, drumming, and painting. Programs are designed for each camper to participate in innovative and enriching outdoor experiences that build self-esteem and expand knowledge and appreciation of others, nature, and God.
Ages +. Mon.-Fri., Aug. - and Aug. -, :am-pm. $/week. Cornerstone House, Camino Trillado, Carpinteria. Call - or visit cornerstonehouse.org.
Ages - and ages - eligible as camper in leadership training. June - Aug. . $-$/week. Circle V Ranch Camp, Highway . Call - or visit circlevranch camp.org.
Hearts Summer Horse Experience
Cliﬀ Drive Care Center’s Summer Camp
Hearts Summer Horse Experience oﬀers a safe and integrated horse experience for children with and without disabilities. This unique learning experience includes fun horse-and-rider-bonding activities, team-building events, horsemanship, and riding lessons. There will be a horse show at the
Come join us for fun in the sun this summer, featuring many educational and interesting experiences and tours in and around S.B.; multiple weekly beach and park visits; science, cooking, gardening, and creative activities; lots of water play; weekly chapel times; and Vacation Bible School.
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SUMMER FUN WITH
S.B. PARKS & RECREATION The City of Santa Barbara’s Parks and Recreation Department oﬀers a myriad of summer opportunities — too many to list! To help you choose from all the options, we’ve compiled a list of the various camps’ titles. Prices, dates, locations, and ages vary, so please call 564-5418 or visit santabarbaraca.gov/activities to view the current Parks & Recreation Activity Guide, and santabarbaraca.gov/register to sign up.
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Tech Camps held at UC Santa Barbara and 80+ Universities Ages 7-18
Aquacamp Art from the Heart with Karen Arts and Crafts Camp Beach Volleyball Clinics Bizzy Girls Entrepreneurship Camp Camp Rad Ceramics Summer Clap Camps Club West Youth Running Clinic Coast Coast Irish Soccer Camp EduCraft Computer Coding, Robotics, and Technology Camps Engineering with Legos GeoCaching Adventure Guppy Golf Summer Camp Gymnastics Camp Junior Golf Camp Junior Lifeguards Junior Swim & Tennis Clinic Junior Tennis Clinic Little Shredders Sk Skool Nature Camp (sold out) Outta Bounds Santa Barbara Ocean Adventure Camp Sk Skool Skateboarding Camp Spotlight Kids Theater Camp Summer Ballet Camp Ultimate Frisbee Camp
Gateway Educational Services
SUMMER c a m P GUIDE
Photojournalism Camps 2014 Do your kids love technology? Do you want them to learn something worthwhile while online?
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am: :pm. $-$/month, $-$/week, $ $/day. Free Methodist Church of S.B., Cli Dr. Call - or visit cliffdrivecare Cliﬀ ce center.org.
• We integrate writing and photo assignments. • Photojournalists guest speakers. • Small classes with personal attention and help. • Writing assignments cover the basics (writing paragraphs, how to research a topic, using outlines and more)
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Monday - Friday • 8:30am – 2:00pm $239 per week June 17-20 June 23-27
Ages 10-11 Ages 12-13
Grades Gr K-. Mon.-Fri., July -, -:pm. $/ da Living Faith Church, Hollister Ave., day. Go Call - or visit livingfaithsb.org. Goleta.
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Summer Su Wilderness Adventure Ad Day Camp
3 Photo Field Trips • 30 hours of instruction Learn photography • Improve writing skills
Boys Bo and girls will participate in activities tie like horseback riding, horsemanship, sh archery, arts and crafts, praise and worship, organized games, volleyball, w horseshoes, and hiking. Each morning ho will w be highlighted with a camp celebration involving songs and skits. eb
Girls Coding and Apps App Camp for Girls 2014
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., June -, July -, and Ju -, am-pm. $/week. Bruce GrifJuly ﬁn Equestrian Ranch, Buellton. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a STEM education camp designed to inspire girls 10-13 to learn computer coding and app development. The program includes learning the math needed to be a great programmer, app development, selfesteem and conﬁdence building. Bring your own iPod Touch or iPad or use one here. Students will work in a small group to develop several simple apps. At the end of the two weeks each development team will present their app to parents and program developers.
Trinity Tr Lutheran GARDENSONG GA Day Camp
Learn Le to celebrate and care for the earth, our bodies, minds, and spirits ea through music, gardening, Bible th stories, outdoor games, and arts and st craft cr s. Campers will use food from the Trinity Gardens to help create healthy snacks each day.
Grades Gr K-. Mon.-Fri., June -, am-pm. $/child or $/family. Tri Lutheran Church, N. La Cumbre Rd. Call - or visit Trinity tel telcsb.org.
Vacation Va Bible Discovery School
Explore Ex the Bible as a toolbox for feeling God’s love and care every ev day with Bible stories, games, singing, crafts, snacks, and friendship. All children are welcome. fr
Ages Ag -. Mon.-Fri., July -, am-noon. $. Christian Science Sunday Sc School, E. Valerio St. Call - or visit christiansciencesanta ba barbara.com/vbs.htm.
SPORTS S th t Annual Cardinal Football Contact Camp
Campers C of all experience levels will develop proper fundamentals and skills associated with tackle football, emphasizing m proper technique and safety. Learn one-on-one and group pr instruction on proper blocking and tackling form, safe use of in equipment, and basic and advanced position fundamentals. eq Camp is taught by Bishop Diego High School staﬀ and area C youth coaches. yo
Ages Ag -. Tue.-Fri., July -, :am-noon. $; $/second child. Bi Bishop Diego High School Football Field, La Colina Rd. Call - x or email email@example.com. x
th t Annual Cardinal Football Non-Contact Mini-Camp M
This non-contact camp is designed to help young and aspiring football fo players learn and practice the fundamentals, drills, and an techniques which are used by high school and collegiate football players as they prepare for their season with an fo emphasis on fun and participation. Camp is taught by Bishop em Diego High School staﬀ and area youth coaches. D
Ages -. Fri.-Sat., June -, :am-:pm. $; $/second child. Bishop Diego High School Football Field, La Colina Rd. Call - x or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday - Friday 9am to 2pm Two weeks - July 7-11 and July 14-18 Price $429
Bacara Kids’ Tennis Camp
Join Bacara’s renowned tennis pros for fun-ﬁlled summer tennis clinics at the resort’s four Har-Tru clay tennis courts. Camps include professional instruction by award-winning tennis pros; all equipment, snacks, and beverages are provided.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, July -, July -, and July -. :-pm. $/week, $/day. Bacara Resort & Spa, Hollister Ave. Call -.
Brady Tennis Camp
Weeklong camps are available for all levels, including juniors, adults, or families. The ﬁrst three weeks are tennis only, and the last week you can choose from tennis, golf and tennis, or multi-activity. Enjoy perfect year-round weather and being right next to the beach with awesome staﬀ. Ages +. Sun.-Fri., June - Aug. . $-$/day-camp week,
$-$/full-session week (camp, food, and lodging). UCSB. Call () - or visit bradycamps.com.
Buﬀ Platt Golf Camps
Junior golfers with some playing experience and a desire to improve and compete will beneﬁt from this camp. Instructors create a fun and positive atmosphere to develop the player skill set, including putting, short game, and ball striking. Campers play nine holes every day and learn game management and golf etiquette. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-noon. $-$/week, $/
Gateway Educational Services is a non-profit College prep learning center 4850 Hollister Ave Suite C • in the Turnpike Center (Across from San Marcos High) 805.895.1153 • email@example.com • www.gatewaycamps.com
Swim cluB Hidden Oaks Clubhouse
SEASONAL, MONTHLY, & DAILY RATES GREAT KIDS’ BIRTHDAY PARTIES
week for three or more weeks. Twin Lakes Golf Course, Hollister Ave., Goleta. Call - or visit buffplatt.com.
POOL TOYS WELCOME • MOUNTAIN VIEWS • NO LAP SWIM
Now Open Year Round with SOLAR HEATING!
A get-ﬁt health camp for teens that want to lose some weight and get ﬁt, gain self-conﬁdence and real friends, and have a crazy amount of fun, this is the beginning of a healthier and
4760 CALLE CAMARADA • SANTA BARBARA WWW.HIDDENOAKSCLUBHOUSE.COM
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LAGUNA FOR AGES 4 -10
Santa Barbara 2014 SATURDAY MAY 3, 2014 womensliteraryfestival.com
Spring 2014, 330+ Classes Something for Everyone!
Two Easy Ways to Register! � EXPRESS SIGN-UP:
www.sbcc.edu/CLL � IN PERSON:
LEGO ROBOTICS / ART / MUSIC / SPORTS / TECHNOLOGY DAY CAMP • AUGUST 4-8 & AUGUST 11-15 • 8:00-2:30 DAILY LEARN MORE & REGISTER AT LAGUNABLANCA.ORG/SUMMER
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SBCC Wake Campus 300 N. Turnpike Road SBCC Schott Campus 310 W. Padre Street
Your Center. YourCommunity.
SUMMER c a m P GUIDE
Music and Art from Around the World
Music with Malia and Friends: feat�ring local ar�ist and Ar� Teacher Devon Espejo
Learn about the music and art from around the world. Every day, we will discover a new musical tradition and art style from a different country. Campers will be introduced to the country of the day and will learn about the instruments, dances, art, and more, speciﬁc to that region. The week will end with an open house for all camper’s family and friends.
Age Range: 5-9 Camp Location: Music with Malia and Friends St�dio. 924 Chapala St. Santa Barbara Camp Dates: June 30-July 3 (This camp costs only $140)
July 7-11, July 21-25, July 28-Aug 1
Time: 9am - 1pm Cost: $170
Malia Maurer (805) 637-3150 firstname.lastname@example.org
GIRLS ROCK SB
2014 session dates:
Session 1 / June 23-27 Session 2 / July 7-11 Session 3 / July 14-18
happier life with cardio, sports, Zumba, trampolines, hiking, nutrition, and ridiculously fun games and activities. Ages -. Mon.-Sat., June -, July -, July - Aug. , and Aug. -.
$/session, additional $/session for lunch. Killer B Fitness, S. Turnpike Rd. Call - or visit campmorphit.com.
Carpinteria Junior Lifeguards
Instructors teach all aspects of lifeguarding, including introduction to ﬁrst aid, CPR, ocean ecology, beach and wave dynamics, and the value of spirited competition and physical ﬁtness. Junior Guards compete with neighboring communities, participating in swimming, running, and paddleboard competitions. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-:pm. $/week.
Carpinteria Community Pool, Carpinteria Ave., Carpinteria. Call - or email email@example.com.
Carpinteria Surﬁng Camp
Beginning surfers will learn surﬁng safety, technique, and etiquette from instructors who are experienced surfers. Wet suits and surfboards are available to all campers.
Ages +. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-:pm, and :-:pm. $/week, $/day. Carpinteria Community Pool, Carpinteria Ave., Carpinteria. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carpinteria Kayaking Camp
Boating safety and paddling technique will be taught as campers explore the Carpinteria reef. Campers will scout for harbor seals, dolphins, and other coastal mammals during this exciting and educational program. Kayaks, paddles, helmets, and life vests are provided. Ages +. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :-:pm. $/week. Carpin-
teria Community Pool, Carpinteria Ave., Carpinteria. Call - or email email@example.com.
Climbing Adventure for Kids
Throughout the program, campers will learn diﬀerent aspects of climbing, including climbing safety, movement skills, resting techniques, diﬀerent types of holds, basic knots, and intermediate climbing skills. Campers will also learn team belaying as they experience the high wall and learn boulder-
Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Garden Street Academy
Session 4 / July 21-25 Session 5 / July 28-Aug 1 Session 6 / Aug 4-8
At Girls Rock SB your child will learn to play an instrument, form a band, write an original song, write & publish their own magazine, do punk rock yoga, record, DJ , perform, learn rock band photography, learn about media literacy, have amazing female mentors, and learn to rock out in life and on the stage.
Early Registration OPEN
$299 per session Sign up @ www.girlsrocksb.org info: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 805-861-8128
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TEEN ROCKS GYM TO CRAG
KIDS CLIMBING CAMP JUNE 16 Ages 5-9 AND RUNS EVERY WEEK THROUGH THE END OF SUMMER
REGISTER BEFORE MAY 1st and RECIEVE
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Monday - Friday 9am-12pm
Monday - Friday 9am-4pm
Santa Barbara Rock Gym’s Climbing Camp is the best way for your developing climber to spend the dog days of summer. Our dedicated and experienced staﬀ will create a memorable and fulﬁlling summer for your up and coming climber! Aside from climbing basics, campers will learn the importance of teamwork and community! Call in or sign up at the front desk today!
Teen Rocks Gym to Crag will give your beginner or experienced climber the best adventure of their summer. Climbers will spend the ﬁrst day of camp at SB Rock Gym learning and practicing rope skills, climbing technique, and climbing resource stewardship. Then we take them to the crags so they can apply their new skills! Let SBRG's certiﬁed staﬀ get your climbers outside!
322 State St Santa Barbara CA 93101 - (805) 770 3225 - www.sbrockgym.com
NEVER STOP GROWING
Don’t miss out on summer band camp!
This YMCA camping experience offers an exciting, safe community for young people to explore the outdoors, build self-esteem, develop interpersonal skills and make lasting friendships and memories. THE SANTA BARBARA FAMILY YMCA OFFERS: • Day Camps (starting at age 3, up to grade 9) • Sports Camps • Specialty Camps • Jr. High Camps • Water Adventure and Splash Camps • Babysitter Training • Family Camps (at YMCA Camp Fox and Camp Sequoia) • Camping on Catalina Island at YMCA Camp Fox • Teen Adventure Caravan SANTA BARBARA FAMILY YMCA a branch of the Channel Islands YMCA 36 Hitchcock Way, Santa Barbara CA 93105 805.687.7727 ciymca.org 52
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Who: 4th - 8th graders who want to play band instruments! What: Concert Band with the ever popular Jim Mooy and staff! Who:United 4th - 8th graders who want to play E band instruments! Where: First Methodist Church 305 Anapamu at Garden What: Concert Band with the ever popular Jim Mooy and staff! When: Tuesday & Thursday mornings through July 24th Where: First United Methodist ChurchJune 305 E 17th Anapamu at Garden When: Tuesday & Thursday mornings June 17th through July 24th How: Summer Band Camp is only $95.00! How:
Summer Band Camp is only $95.00!
For more info and to register For more info and to register for the for the 25th 25th Annual Annual Summer BandCamp Camp Summer Band please visit please visit nickrailmusic.com nickrailmusic.com or 569-5353 or callcall 569-5353
SUMMER c a m P GUIDE
now enrolling for Fall! The Oaks Parent-Child Workshop has nurtured children and families since 1947. We are a cooperative nursery school, affiliated with SBCC. Children between the ages of 2 ½ and 5 are provided a stimulating play-based learning environment. Parents become a part of a supportive community while gaining parenting skills. ing techniques. Throughout the camp, campers will play diﬀerent games, such as Twister on the wall, Hula-Hoop traverse, and speed climbing. Ages +. Mon.-Fri., July - Aug. , Aug. -, and Aug. -, -:pm. $/week. UCSB Recreation
Call nOW TO sChedule a TOur. 805.682.7609 • theoakspcw.org
Ctr. Call - or visit recreation.ucsb.edu.
Go green and safely experience the freedom of having a set of wheels. Learn bike skills, how to choose a route and ﬁx a ﬂat, and basic bike mechanics while you navigate neighborhood streets.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, am-noon and :-:pm. $/week. June -: Goleta Valley Junior High, Stow Canyon Rd. June -: Santa Barbara Junior High, E. Cota St. Call - or visit bicicentro.org/youth.
DPHS After-Camp Camp
This year, Dos Pueblos High School is oﬀering an after-camp experience to all camp participants. Immediately following each of the camps oﬀered, anyone who is enrolled in our camps can have a few extra hours on campus with us. We will spend time swimming, eating lunch together, getting opportunities to go on trips around town, being creative, and much more. Ages -. June - Aug. , noon-pm. $/session (must be enrolled in other DPHS camp).
Elings Aquatic Ctr. at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email email@example.com.
DPHS Baseball Camp
Dos Pueblos High School Community Programs oﬀer youth players the opportunity to learn from coaches and players in a weeklong camp. During the week, campers will improve their hitting, ﬁelding, throwing, catching, pitching, and speed training skills, showing them what it is like to play baseball at a high school level.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - and Aug. -, am-pm. $/week. Varsity Baseball Field at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DPHS Basketball Camp
Dos Pueblos High School Community Programs will help participants learn how to become well-rounded, team-oriented basketball players. This camp provides a rewarding and enjoyable experience for campers of all ability levels. Coaches teach campers defensive skills, ball handling, and shooting. Every camper will receive a camp T-shirt after competitions at the end of the week.
Ages -: -:am. Ages -: noon-:pm. Mon.-Fri., July -. $. Location TBD. Call - or email email@example.com.
DPHS Cheer Camp
Campers will learn new cheers and routines to perform at the end of the week. Everyone will receive a T-shirt and a set of pom-poms to help create a sense of team spirit as they learn and dance alongside the DPHS Spirit Squad.
Ages - (will make exceptions). Mon.-Fri., Aug. -, am-pm. $. Cafeteria at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DPHS Dive Camp
This camp is designed for divers of all ages and abilities. Training will start with dryland conditioning and basic tumbling before moving to the springboards. Campers will learn and improve their skills for competition from experienced coaches who have trained everyone from beginners to Olympic divers. All ages. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , noon-pm. $/week, $/summer. Elings Aquatic Ctr. at
Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email email@example.com.
DPHS S.B. Bike Cycling Camp
Participants will learn how to ﬁx a ﬂat, lubricate the chain, and perform basic bike mechanics and will review bike-handling skills, signage, group-riding etiquette, and useful tips for the preparation of the triathlon. Every day, the group will ride on the streets with licensed cycling instructors. Bring your bike in working condition and helmet on the ﬁrst day of class. Registered participants who don’t have a bike can use a refurbished bike from Bici Centro.
5 Day Summer Camps
at Twin Lakes register at:
Call 805.570.9853 for info. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
www.buffplatt.com or the Twin Lakes Golf Shop
Session 1: Session 2: Session 3: Session 4: Session 5:
June 9-13 June 16-20 July 7-11 July 14-18 August 4-8
Daily Hours: 8:00-12:00pm
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Free racquet to all beginning players
Sign up by April 30th & receive 10% off
SANTA BARBARA TENNIS CLUB
JUNIOR TENNIS CAMP
Friends & Fun 10 WEEKLY CAMPS June 9th to August 18th
9am-3pm • Ages 5-16 • ½ day options Beginning to Advanced Levels Camp Directors Hugh Stratman & Jeff Villano 805.682.4722 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
www.santabarbaratennisclub.com Santa Barbara Tennis Club • 2375 Foothill Road, 805.682.4722
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, am-noon. $. Elings Aquatic Ctr. at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email email@example.com.
DPHS Summer Swim Lessons
We oﬀer a variety of classes including private classes for any students under years old, group lessons, adults who are ﬁrst-time swimmers, and stroke correction for advanced swimmers or water polo players. We are an American Red Cross Certiﬁed facility with certiﬁed lifeguards and watersafety instructors. All ages. June - Aug. , :am-pm. $-$. Elings
Aquatic Ctr. at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
DPHS Triathlon Camp
Join Dos Pueblos athletes from all sports to enhance skills needed for a triathlon. At the actual race location, campers will further their abilities and become comfortable with the racing environment while making friends and working with DPHS coaches.
Ages -. Mon.-Thu., Aug. -, -pm. $. Elings Aquatic Ctr. at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email email@example.com.
DPHS Volleyball Camp
Girls from all parts of the community have the opportunity to learn and reﬁne the fundamentals of volleyball. Campers will improve their passing, hitting, setting, defense, and footwork. Coaches will be teaching and running drills while varsity players will add instruction and excitement to the camp.
Ages -. Mon.-Wed., July -, -pm. $. Sovine Gym at Dos Pueblos High School, Alameda Ave., Goleta. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org
DIMITAR Tennis Academy: Excel to the Next Level
This camp is a tennis and ﬁtness training camp with an international high-performance coaching staﬀ. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. . $/half-day
week, $/full-day week. DIMITAR Tennis Academy at Fess Parker’s DoubleTree Resort, E. Cabrillo Blvd. Call - or visit dimitartennis.com.
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Featuring Fresh, Local and Organic Produce
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL FARMS!
Fifth Set Surf and Tennis Camp
Program activities include surﬁng, stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, and tennis, as well as special trips along the Gaviota Coast and to the Channel Islands. Ages +. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $/
week. UCSB. Call -, email email@example.com, or visit fifthsetsurfandtennis.com.
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The First Tee Summer Golf Programs
Youths participating in the program learn valuable lessons and life skills, including how to maintain a positive attitude, make decisions by thinking about the possible consequences, and deﬁne and set goals. All classes are taught by PGA professionals. Ages -. June - Aug. . $/session (beginner), $/
session (advanced). Locations include Santa Barbara Golf Club, Twin Lakes Golf Ctr., La Purísima Golf Course, Sandpiper Golf Club, and Santa Maria City College. Call - or visit thefirstteecentralcoast.org.
Girls Inc. of S.B. Gymnastics Camp
Girls Inc.’s fun-ﬁlled weekly gymnastics camp consists of instruction by certiﬁed instructors, obstacle courses, arts and crafts, games, and more. No gymnastics experience is necessary, and it’s great for girls and boys, beginners, and intermediate gymnasts. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-noon or am-
pm. $/half-day week, $/full-day week. Girls Inc. Gymnastics, E. Ortega St. Call - or visit girlsincsb.org.
Girls Inc. of S.B. Triathlon Training Camp
Join our Tri team, an empowering program where skills, endurance, and relationships are built over the summer. Experienced coaches and athlete mentors provide running and swim instruction, cycling agility and safety, and triathlon strategy and knowledge — a fun swim, bike, run, beach camp, and preparation for the August SBTri. All abilities are welcome. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-noon. $/
week. Locations vary. Call -, email dmorin@ girlsincsb.org, or visit girlsincsb.org.
Girls in Motion Summer Running Camp
This fun, supportive, girls-only running team led by Becky Aaronson, experienced youth coach, motivator, and mom, fosters a love of running, “girl power” conﬁdence, and team spirit. Girls of all abilities will enjoy weekly practices with running games, obstacle courses, relays, and endurancebuilding activities, all meant to empower girls. There will be many prizes, motivational speakers, and an end-of-season race and awards celebration. Ages -.Wed., June - July , -:pm. At various
parks and open spaces around Santa Barbara (runners are given an itinerary at sign-up). $. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hendry’s Beach Junior Lifeguards
This fun and educational program provides children instruction in lifesaving rescue techniques, water safety, ﬁrst aid, CPR, marine ecology, the
SUMMER c a m P GUIDE en environment, and marine life. Activities include paddling, surﬁng, bodysurﬁng, running, swimpa ming, water sports, and beach games. This program m will w improve your child’s physical conditional and emphasize the importance of safety, respect, and em teamwork. Tryouts are May , May , and June , te :-:pm, at the UCSB Campus Pool (recom: mend Parking Lot oﬀ El Colegio and Ocean Rd.). m Ages Ag -. June - July and July - Aug. , am-
: :pm. $/three-week session. Hendry’s Beach. Ca - or visit sbparks.org/jg. Call
Junior Ju Tennis Summer Camp at Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club
Westmont Warrior Summer Sports Camps
Children Ch of any skill level will enjoy a unique and dynamic tennis camp where they’ll learn new skills dy from fro our world-class tennis instructors. Nonstop fun fu and variety make this program unique with an hour dedicated to specialized athletic training from fro our certiﬁed Parisi Speed School coaches. Participants will build conﬁdence and athletic abilPa ity oﬀ the court by improving fundamental athletic skills, sk coordination, running techniques, strength, and an much more. Register by June and receive a free fre junior tennis racquet.
Ages Ag -. Eleven weeklong half-day sessions start on Ju . $/week (members), $/week (nonmembers). June Ca Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club, Cathedral Oaks Rd., Go Contact Jake Nelson at - or jake.nelson@ Goleta. sw swellclubs.com, or visit swellclubs.com.
Ken Ke Ota’s Aikido with w Ki and Judo Summer Camp
Learn Le the art of aikido and ukemi — break falls and an other exercises in a safe, fun format. Develop conﬁ co dence, coordination, and respect, must-learns before any other sport. be All Al ages. Mon.-Fri., June - July and July - Aug. ,
-pm. $/ﬁve-week session, $/month for Tue. and Thu. Th only. Magnolia Ave., Goleta. Call - or visit cu culturalschool.wordpress.com.
Kids Ki Bowl Free: Zodo’s Bowling & Beyond
All Al summer long, registered kids will receive two free fre games of bowling every day. Ages Ag and younger. Mon.-Sun., June - Sept. , :am-
: :pm. Zodo’s Bowling & Beyond, Calle Real, Goleta. Ca - or visit kidsbowlfree.com/zodos. Call
Kids Ki in Motion & S.B. Swim Club Youth Triathlon Tr Program
Campers Ca will be motivated and inspired as they develop the proper triathlon skills. The camp is de ﬁlled l with a fun, supportive atmosphere as campers er practice proper health and wellness and leadership sh skills.
Ages -. Tue. and Thu., June - Aug. , :-:pm. Cabrillo Pavilion Bathhouse, E. Cabrillo Blvd. Call () - or email email@example.com.
9 a.m.-1 p.m. • $230/wk
9 a.m.-3 p.m. • $260/wk
Archery and Badminton • ages 8-14 Sports Skills • ages 5-9 Track and Field • ages 5-12 Girls Cheer and Dance • ages 5-12
Basketball • ages 7-14 Baseball • ages 7-14 Soccer • ages 6-12 Tennis • ages 7-12
REGISTER TODAY! westmont.edu/summer/camps • 805-565-6110
Learn to Sail Summer Camp
The Santa Barbara Youth Sailing Foundation is a nonproﬁt that develops, through the sport of sailing, attributes of self-reliance, responsibility, teamwork, and sportsmanship with a constant awareness of safety. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, June - July , July -, July - Aug. , and Aug. -, am-noon or -:pm. $/
week, $/session, $,/all ﬁve sessions. S.B. Harbor. Call - or visit sbysf.com.
Martial Arts Family Fitness
Inspiring, challenging, amazing, and mind-blowing fun are just a few ways that kids describe the Best of the Best Camps. Each week is packed with sports, arts and crafts, games, character development, and martial arts training, as well as ﬁeld trips to places like Cloud Jump Club. Don’t miss out on all the fun. Extended care is available. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $/week.
Martial Arts Family Fitness, E. Gutierrez St. Call - or visit kickboxers.com.
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at Santa Barbara Festival Ballet
Hendry’s beach beach Hendry’s
Junior Lifeguards This fun and educational program provides children 8-17 instruction in lifesaving, rescue techniques, water safety, first aid, CPR, marine ecology, the environment and marine life. Activities include paddling, surfing, body surfing, running, swimming, water sports and beach games. This program will improve your child’s physical conditioning and emphasizes the importance of safety, respect and teamwork.
Session 1: June 23 - July 11 (3 weeks) Session 2: July 21 - August 8 (3 weeks)
Summer Camps & Intensives-Registration!
To register simply email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org with Camp Name, student name, age and your contact info. Finding NeverlandAges 6 -19 Fairy Tale Dreams-Ages 6 -19 3 week workshop culminating in a performance at Center Stage Theater on July 5th DATES: June 16 through July 5 TIME: 8:30am-1:30pm COST: $550 Performance on Saturday July 5th
$285 ($245 each additional sibling) per session For more information go to www.sbparks.org/jg email@example.com • 805-729-5028.
DATES: July 7 through July 26 TIME: 8:30am-1:30pm COST: $550 Performance on July 26
Prince and Princess CampAges 3-6
2 weeks to choose from! (or do both!) DATES: July 28 - Aug 1 and August 11-15 TIME: 8:30am-11:30am COST: $150.00
$25 discount if registered and paid by May 31st. santa barbara
Santa Barbara Festival Ballet is a public 501(c)(3) Non-Profit CA Corp 1019-B Chapala St.Santa Barbara, CA 93101 • 805.966.0711
Santa Barbara Charter School
Small Fun Filled Day Camp for Children ages 5-12 Tuesday, June 3rd - August 1st 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
We offer flexible scheduling $160 per week $35 per day $25 per half-day (4.5hrs)
• Indoor & Outdoor Games • Creative Playground • Arts & Crafts • Local Field Trips • Morning & Afternoon Healthy Snack Provided for more info call Ginnie & Becky: Cell - 729-2152
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6100 Stow Canyon Rd located on the Goleta Valley Jr. High School Campus
SUMMER c a m P GUIDE Nike Tennis Camp
Come join the fun at the UC Santa Barbara Nike Tennis Camp. Gorgeous weather, superb instruction, and fun oﬀcourt activities make this a wonderful youth summer camp experience. Our goal is for every camper to take their game to the next level, create lasting friendships, and have a good time.
Ages -. Sun.-Fri., July - and July -. Day Camp: :am:pm, $/week. Extended Day: :am-pm, $/week. Overnight: Ages +. $/week. UCSB. Call () - or visit ussportscamps.com.
one. Soccer Schools Summer Camps
Known for its challenging curriculum and dedicated coaches, one. Soccer Schools oﬀers day and residential camps at Cal State Channel Islands (ages -). Day programs include Field Player Premier, for focused training (ages -); Goalkeeper Premier, speciﬁc to goalkeeping (ages -); Juniors, teaching core skills (ages -); and Jett, for the youngest players (ages -). Five-day and -day overnight camps train players with aspirations of playing at the highest club or collegiate level.
Field Player Premier and Goalkeeper Premier: Mon.-Fri., July - Aug. , am-pm. $-$. Juniors: Mon.-Fri., June -, July -, and July - Aug. , am-noon. $-$/week. Jett: July - Aug. , various times. $. Santa Barbara High School, E. Anapamu St. Residential ﬁve-day camps: Sat.-Thu., June -, and Fri.-Tue., June - July . $-$. Residential -day camps: June - July . $. Cal State University Channel Islands. Call - or visit onesoccerschools.com.
Presidio Fencing Club
Participate in games to develop coordination and selfconﬁdence while learning the ins and outs of one of the oldest events in the modern Olympic Games. Time will be spent sparring and rehearsing technique in groups and privately with a coach.
Ages -. Location and other details TBD. Call - or visit presidiofencing.com.
Refugio Jr. Lifeguards
Become a Refugio Jr. Lifeguard this summer. Learn how to be safe in the ocean, what to do in an emergency, how to respect and care for the environment, and much more. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - July and July - Aug. , am-pm.
$/three-week session, $/both sessions. Refugio State Beach, Goleta. For tryout information, visit refugiojg.com.
Ridgewood Farm Horse Camp
Join Ridgewood Farm at the historic Rancho Asoleado for fun in the sun with horses. This camp specializes in teaching children the fundamentals of hunter/jumper riding and horsemanship along with horse-related arts and crafts.
S.B. Boys’ Lacrosse Camp
Boys in youth, middle school, and high school groups will enjoy fun instruction and games.
Ages +. Sun.-Wed., July -. $/day camper, $/overnight camper. UCSB. Call - or visit sblaxcamp.com.
S.B. Co-Ed Youth Lacrosse Camp
Boys and girls in diﬀerent youth age groups will enjoy fun instruction and games. The two levels of play oﬀered are beginner and intermediate. Equipment is provided. This is a noncontact camp. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - July . $/week. Elings Park, Las
Positas Rd. Call - or visit sblacrosse.org.
Ages +. Tue.-Sat., Aug. - and Aug. -, am-pm. $/week. Rancho Asoleado, Nogal Dr. Call - or visit ridgewoodfarm .org.
S.B. Girls’ Lacrosse Camp
Rick McLaughlin Volleyball Camps
Ages +. Sun.-Wed., July -. $/day camper, $/overnight camper. UCSB. Call - or visit sblaxcamp.com.
The Boys’ All-Skills Camps are designed for novice to elite players. Players will beneﬁt from intensive drills, competition, and instruction and will receive expert coaching and extensive training in competitive volleyball fundamentals, tactics, and advanced conditioning techniques.
Ages -. Mon.-Thu., July -. $/day camper, $/overnight camper. UCSB. Call () - or visit rickmclaughlinvolleyball.com.
Girls in youth, middle school, and high school groups will enjoy fun instruction and games.
S.B. Rock Gym
Camps will provide your kids with basic climbing skills, importance of teamwork and community, and will provide your teens with rope skills and climbing techniques for Santa Barbara’s best outdoor rock climbs. Members get a percent discount.
Mon.-Fri., beginning in June. Kids Climbing Camp: Ages -, am-noon. $/week. S.B. Rock Gym, State St. Teen Rocks – Gym to Crag: Ages -. am-pm. $/week. S.B. Rock Gym and outdoor rock climbs including Lizard’s Mouth, Gibraltar Rock, and San Ysidro. Call - or visit sbrockgym.com.
S.B. Sailing Center Youth Kayak/ Stand-Up Paddleboard Camp
Campers get to choose between an Ocean Kayak Scrambler or a YOLO stand-up paddleboard as they learn basic paddling techniques and exercise and play fun games along the majestic coastline.
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Myth of Perseus Ages 7-13 (current 2nd graders & up) $595 June 16-July 12 Mon-Thur 9am-1:30pm Foothill School Auditorium Performances: Thur-Sat July 10-12 7pm/Weekend Matinees 2pm
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Camp Wheez is a day camp for children with chronic asthma, providing them with a unique and fun camp experience designed for their special needs. When: Mon–Fri, August 4–8, 8:30 am to 12:30 pm* Where: First Baptist Church 949 Veronica Springs Road Santa Barbara, CA Fee:
www.SansumClinic.org/camp-wheez or call (805) 681-7500 x8754
Free of charge to children grades 1–6
* An option is available to extend hours until 5:30 PM through a partnership with Boys & Girls Club.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , :am-:pm. $/week (members), $/week (nonmembers). S.B. Sailing Ctr., between public boat launch ramp and Marina . Call -, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit sbsail.com.
S.B. Sailing Center Youth Sailing Camp
With an emphasis on safety and fun, this wind energy camp teaches nautical terminology, knots, rules of the road, tacking, jibing, sail trim, and points of sail. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , -pm. $/week (members), $/week (nonmembers).
All skills and levels are welcome to this world-class-instruction, fast-paced tennis camp hosted by the Santa Barbara School of Tennis. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. . $/half-day week, $/full-day week. Elings Park Tennis
Ctr., Las Positas Rd. Call - or visit sbschooloftennis.com.
University of California
- and Aug. -: Girsh Park, Phelps Rd., Goleta. $-$/week. Call - or visit santabarbarasoccer.com.
S.B. Surf Adventures Camp
The long, rolling waves at Leadbetter Beach make this camp great for beginners. Each camper receives a camp T-shirt, hat, goodie bag, and lunch in addition to an unforgettable surﬁng experience. Camp is held with CPR-certiﬁed surﬁng instructors and is best suited for kids with basic swimming skills. Ages +. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $/day, $/week. Leadbetter Beach. Call
- or visit santabarbarasurfadventures.com.
Boys and Girls , Ages 9-18 All Skill Levels | Tournament Training | High School July 13-18 | July 20-25 Directors: Simon Thibodeau, UCSB head women’s coach; Marc Vartabedian, UCSB asst. men’s coach Open to any and all entrants, limited only by age and number of campers
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S.B. Swim Camp
Campers will devote a day to each of the four competitive strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterﬂy. Campers will also work on racing starts, ﬂip turns, and relay starts. On Friday, we have Friday Fun Day.
Fresh & Healthy Every Day Home Grown, Local and Organic Produce
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - and July -, :am-pm. $/week. UCSB Campus Pool. Call - or visit wilsonswimming.com.
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S.B. Tennis Club Tennis Camp
308 S. Walnut Lane
Enjoy a fun-ﬁlled day on the courts. Camp is open to beginning to advanced levels with half-day options and includes prizes, T-shirts, pizza party, and a free racquet for beginners. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-noon, noon-pm, or am-pm. $-$/week
Hollister Ave. & Walnut Ln / 964-3773 Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 9am-5pm
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( percent oﬀ registration by Apr. ). Santa Barbara Tennis Club, Foothill Rd. Call - or visit santabarbaratennisclub.com.
Junior Overnight, Extended Day and Day Camp
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These camps are a great way for kids to improve their soccer skills through creative and fun learning environments and are open to children of all levels. Campers are coached by UCSB men’s and women’s soccer players. Separate goalkeeping instruction will be provided daily. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. June -: Hollister School, Anita Ln. June
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S.B. Sailing Ctr., between public boat launch ramp and Marina . Call -, email ian@sbsail .com, or visit sbsail.com.
S.B. Soccer Vacation Kids Day Camps
Space is limited. For more information or to download our application forms in English or Spanish visit:
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Summer Day Camp
UCSB Jr. Lifeguards
June 16th-August 22nd. (10 sessions) Mon-Fri 7:15am-5:30pm. Ages 5-14. Swimming, gymnastics, arts & crafts, ropes course, field games and more Cost: 145/wk - $175/wk.
Participate in a program that will improve self esteem, teamwork, physical fitness, first aid/ocean safety skills, environmental awareness and that’s just plain fun. Ages 8-17 Mon-Fri, 8:30am-12:30pm Tryouts: 4/27, 5/17 & 6/8 Session 1: June 23-July 18 Session 2: July 21-Aug. 15 Cost: $345 each or $565 for both
Surf & Kayak Camp Surf, kayak, SUP instruction and beach activities. All instructors are lifeguards. June 16th-August 22nd. (10 sessions) Mon-Fri 1:00pm-5:00pm Ages 9-15 Cost: $115/wk-$135/wk With Summer Day Camp: $155-$215
Swim Tune Up Clinic Sundays April 13-May 4
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Climbing Adventure for Kids Rockclimbing instruction on our 30ft wall. Sessions: July 28-Aug 1 Aug 4-8 or Aug 11-15 Mon-Fri 4:00-5:30pm Ages 8-16 Cost: $70
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FREE ADMISSION For more information contact Debbie Williams at 805-969-7732 x105
SUMMER c a m P GUIDE UCSB Jr. Lifeguards
Participate in a program that will improve selfesteem, teamwork, physical ﬁtness, ﬁrst aid/ocean safety skills, and environmental awareness and that’s just plain fun. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - July and July - Aug. ,
:am-:pm. Tryout dates: Apr. at noon, May at pm, and June at pm. $/four-week session. Campus Point, Goleta Beach, and UCSB facilities. Call - or visit recreation.ucsb.edu.
UCSB Summer Swim Lesson
Private and group lessons are available.
S.B. YMCA Sports Camps
Let our energetic and experienced staﬀ help your camper improve their skills and technique in a variety of sports this summer. Camps include basketball, soccer, ﬂag football, baseball, and more. Each camp will also include swimming, fun games, and Character Counts. Daylong camps with extended care and ﬁnancial assistance are available. Grades -. June - Aug. . $-$/week. S.B. Family
YMCA, Hitchcock Wy. Call - x, email tina .email@example.com, or visit ciymca.org.
SBFitKidz All-Sports Summer Day Camps
Aﬀordable recreational day camps oﬀer children a fun all-sport (soccer, basketball, volleyball, lacrosse, baseball …) program designed for children to “SEE” (Specialize in Experiencing Everything). SBFitKidz, where sports meet health and ﬁtness, programs are designed to educate, motivate, and inspire children to develop a love for sports, physical ﬁtness, and health. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-:am,
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , -pm. $-$/ week. Campus Point at UCSB. Call - or visit recreation.ucsb.edu.
Swim and Parisi Speed School Summer Camp at Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club
Our dynamic summer camp keeps children engaged with the combination of swimming and specialized athletic training from our Parisi Speed School. It is ideal for any child looking to improve their swimming abilities and general athletic skills. The Parisi Speed School sessions will focus on improving fundamental athletic skills and selfesteem along with enhancing coordination, running techniques, strength, quickness, and ﬂexibility. The afternoon pool session will include a group swim lesson to learn proper swim stroke techniques, water safety, and open pool play time. Our camp is led by certiﬁed athletic trainers and swim coaches providing a fun and safe environment.
am-pm, or am-pm. $-$/week. Locations in Goleta, Montecito, and Santa Barbara. Call - or visit sbfitkidz.com.
Ages -. Eleven weekly full-day sessions start on June . $/week (members), $/week (nonmembers). Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club, Cathedral Oaks Rd., Goleta. Contact Rich Alvarado at - or coach.alvarado@ swellclubs.com, or visit swellclubs.com.
iSurf Coed Summer Surf Camps
Swim Tune-Up Clinic
week, $/day. Santa Claus Ln. Beach, Carpinteria. Call - or visit isurfschool.com.
UCSB Recreation Ctr. Call - or visit recreation .ucsb.edu.
Surf Happens Surf Camps
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Grab the best deal in town: iSurf Coed Summer Surf Camps focus on building community, camaraderie, and conﬁdence one wave at a time. Our camps are the perfect place for kids to meet other kids, cheer each other on, and gain self-conﬁdence while playing games, participating in beach cleanups, and learning the fundamentals of surﬁng. Ages +. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $-$/
The camp’s goal is to build self-esteem while teaching the fundamentals of surﬁng and the history of the sport, as well as helping kids learn the rewards of self-discipline, commitment, and teamwork skills. Other activities include dodgeball, paddle races, custom hat designing, and beach cleanups. Learn to surf today; enjoy the ocean for life. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm. $-
$/week ($ extra for ages and under), $-$/day. South Side Santa Claus Ln. Beach, Carpinteria. Call - or visit surfhappens.com.
Surf & Kayak Camp
Learn to surf, kayak, and stand-up paddle. Campers enjoy one of the best beaches in Santa Barbara, oﬀering a fantastic surf break for beginners and intermediate surfers. Don’t want to surf? Then explore past the surf zone on a stand-up paddleboard or kayak, frolic in the waves on a boogie board, or hang out on the beach. We have everything you need for a great week at the beach.
Ages +. Two-week sessions: Mon.-Fri., June - July (no lesson July ), July -, July - Aug. , and Aug. -. $-$/private session, $-$/semi-private session, $-$/group session (lower prices are for prorated June - July session). Mini one-week sessions: Mon.-Fri., June - and Aug. -. $/private. Lessons every half hour, am-noon and -:pm.UCSB Recreation Ctr. Call - or visit recreation.ucsb.edu.
Victory Sessions Surf Camps
ers of all ability levels realize their full potential. Our Surf Safaris, for intermediate to advanced surfers, are roving day camps that travel the coast from Jalama to Malibu.
Mon.-Fri. Beginner Surf Camp: Ages -. June -, July -, and Aug. -, am-noon. Advanced Beginner Surf Camp: Ages -. July -, am-noon. $/week. Santa Claus Ln. Beach, Carpinteria. Surf Safaris: Ages -. June -, July -, and Aug. -, am-pm. $/week. Drop-oﬀ/pickup location: Calvary Chapel, N. Calle César Chávez. Call - or visit victorysessions.com.
Westmont Warrior Sports Camps
Campers of all skill levels get instruction in a variety of sports skills and individual coaching by our professional staﬀ. Campers will experience stateof-the-art athletic facilities and work with our collegiate coaches in a safe and healthy environment. Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June - Aug. , am-pm or am-
pm. $-$/week. Westmont College, La Paz Rd. ■ Call - or visit westmont.edu/sports/camps.
Victory Sessions Surf Camps integrate surf instruction with Christian principles to help surf-
In anticipation for upcoming summer aquatic activities, such as junior lifeguards, swim lessons, surf and kayak, various other outdoor ocean sports and pool activities, summer swim leagues, or camps that partake in aquatic activities, join us for the youth Swim Tune-Up Clinic. A fun way to splash back into aquatic activities. All ages. Sun.: Apr. - May , :-:pm. $/session.
At this fun character building summer camp, children gain a true sense of personal growth, steeped in Japanese tradition, without overemphasis on competition.
Ages -. Mon.-Fri., June -, June -, July -, and July - (additional dates TBD), am-noon and am-pm. $/half-day week, $/full-day week. San Andres St. Call - or visit koeikansb.com.
UCSB Men’s Basketball Camp
These two camps provide quality instruction by UCSB coaches and players. The programs are structured to accommodate all levels of players with a participant-to-staﬀ ratio of :. Extended care and sibling discounts are available.
Ages -: Mon.-Thu., June -, am-:pm, and Fri., June , am-noon. $. Ages -: Mon.-Wed., Aug. -, :am-:pm. Ages -: Mon.-Wed., Aug. -, :-:pm. $. Thunderdome, UCSB. Call - or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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/: Gary Shteyngart UCSB Arts & Lectures welcomes the esteemed author (pictured) of Absurdistan and The Russian Debutante’s Handbook to speak, as well as read selections from his latest book, Little Failure: A Memoir, as the inaugural Diana and Simon Raab Writerin-Residence. pm. Campbell Hall, UCSB. Free. Call -.
THURSDAY 4/10 /: Beck Well, we could have told you that Beck needed to add another show when his ﬁrst one sold out before we had a chance to call everyone we know. Sure, he may sing his old favorites and deep cuts, but don’t you want to hear songs from the new album, Morning Phase? We do. pm. Arlington Theatre, State St. $.. Call - or visit ticketmaster.com. Read more on p. . /-/: Bonnie and Clyde Catch the Central Coast premiere of this musical depicting the life and times of the notorious outlaw duo who were called “Texas law enforcement’s worst nightmare.” Thu.-Sat.: pm; Sun.: pm. Center Stage Theater, Paseo Nuevo. $-$. Call -. /: Poetry Reading: We All Shine On … Area poets of various levels of repute will read selected poems or original poems in response to the celestial photographs on display as part of the Heavenly Bodies exhibition. -pm. S.B. Museum of Art, State St. Free. Call -.
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Author Max Kurillo will join adventurer David Kier to deliver this lecture on the founding of all missions in Baja/Alta California and explain how they helped shaped the region historically. pm. El Presidio de Santa Bárbara State Historic Park, E. Canon Perdido St. Free-$. Call -.
emony of Casas de las Flores Celebrate community as ground is broken on a new project creating new aﬀordable apartments by Peoples’ Self-Help Housing. For those looking to get involved, Peoples’ is oﬀering a special “door sponsor” program this year which will see donors assist apartment residents with after-school programs for children in the new complex. :am. Via Real, Carpinteria. Free. Call -.
/: Scrabble Time for Seniors Flex your brains and make some new friends at these lunchtime Scrabble sessions, with games available for players of every skill level. Feel free to bring your lunch! -pm. Goleta Library, N. Fairview Ave., Goleta. Free. Call -.
pass up this rare opportunity to watch New York choreographer Mark Dendy work with members of S.B. DANCEWorks in rehearsals for the April premiere of Dystopian Distractions. Following rehearsals, share refreshments with the choreographer and dancers and pick their respective brains. pm. Lobero Theatre, E. Canon Perdido St. $. Call -. /-/: Five Quiets: UCSB Spring Dance Concert A
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/-/: Westmont Fringe Festival This showcase of pieces, including seven -minute plays written by MFA students for the festival during a collaborative weekend writing session, will be performed by more than Westmont students. This year’s festival also marks the return of alumna Diana Small, who has written three pieces for the festival. Thu.-Fri., Sun.: pm; Sat.: pm. Beginning at Westmont’s Porter Theatre and moving throughout campus. $-$. Call -.
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/: Malcolm Gladwell UCSB Arts and Lectures is thrilled to present an evening with the famed and beloved best-selling author (pictured) of The Tipping Point and Blink, whose signature wit and style have helped reshape the public’s opinions and tastes on numerous issues. -pm. Arlington Theatre, State St. $-$. Ages +. Call -. Read more on p. . /-/: Rent The Santa Barbara School of Performing Arts (SOPA) presents this contemporary classic as a ﬁnale to the semester, cast with freshly minted SOPA participants eager to showcase their newly reﬁned skills onstage. Shows through April . Fri.-Sat., pm. S.B. Art Foundry, Santa Barbara St. $-. Call - or visit brownpapertickets.com.
diverse program of choreographic works created by advanced senior dance majors and UCSB faculty choreographers, this concert includes two works from guest choreographers Alexandra Beller and Lucas Hoving. Fri.-Sat.: pm; Sun.: pm. Hatlen Theater, UCSB. $-$. Call -. /-/: Ghost of a Chance This one’s a ghost story with a twist! Directed by Brian Harwell, this Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre production packs in plenty of laughter to complement the story’s intrigue and mystery. Meals are served one hour before showtime. Shows through May . Fri.-Sat.: pm; Sun.: pm. Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre, Refugio Rd., Goleta. $-$. Call -. Read more on p. .
SATURDAY 4/12 /: Parkinson’s Educational Symposium This seminar is an incredible resource for anyone interested in learning more about Parkinson’s disease, with a presentation from Dr. Jeﬀ Bronstein, director of the Movement Disorders Program at UCLA, as well as a panel discussion and Q&A session led by specialists from Cottage Rehabilitation Hospital. There will also be information on area resources including DASH, the Center for Successful Aging, and the YMCA. am-pm. First Presbyterian Church, E. Constance Ave. $. Ages +. Call -.
/-/: Vintners Spring Weekend This four-day celebration of winemaking is expected to draw an excess of , visitors, as venues all over Santa Barbara prepare for a host of wine-related events. Seminars, top-ﬂight wine dinners, vineyard hikes, and a golf tournament are just some of the activities available to participants during this fun and exciting Santa Barbara weekend. Free-$. Call - or visit sbvintnersweekend.com for details. /: Brews at the Beach Chase Palm Park will play host to this beer festival overlooking the Paciﬁc Ocean, with more than breweries slated to oﬀer their unique and delicious brews to patrons who are passionate about beer and fun in the sun (or just beer). am-:pm. Chase Palm Park, E. Cabrillo Blvd. $-$ ($ for designated drivers). Call -. /: Modoc Preserve -Year Celebration Celebrate the -year anniversary of this pristine corner of the Central Coast as all acres of the preserve are opened up for guided hikes, a scavenger hunt, an art show, and delicious BBQ from Georgia’s Smokehouse. am. The Modoc Preserve, oﬀ Modoc Rd. Free. Call -.
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in a beautiful and sustainable environment, see ﬁrsthand the diverse beauty of drought-tolerant gardens, and gain insight from expert gardeners. Preregistration is required! am-pm. S.B. Botanic Garden, Mission Canyon Rd. $-$. Call -.
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/-/: How to Not Get Lost in the Woods: The Art of Pathﬁnding This two-day workshop on area trails aims to equip participants with the skills necessary to navigate the “wild.” Topics discussed during the two- to three-mile hike include topography and plant identiﬁcation. Join this class, and prepare yourself to explore the Central Coast’s incredible backcountry. Sat.: am:pm; Sun.: am-noon. Meeting location given with reservation. $-$. Call -. /: Kids Draw Archi-
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tects and artists will guide kids of all ages in sketching their own creative renditions of the Music Academy of the West, a Santa Barbara architectural highlight since its design in . Per tradition, a selection of this year’s drawings will be used in the Kids Draw Architecture calendars, in an award-winning fundraising eﬀort that stretches back years. -pm. Music Academy of the West, Fairway Rd. Free. Call -.
Former Israel Defense Forces soldier Eran Efrati and political activist Maya Wind will recount their experiences in a joint PalestinianIsraeli nonviolent protest against the occupation and for justice and equality. pm. Live Oak Unitarian, N. Fairview Ave. Free. Visit soldierandrefusenik.com.
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These monthly artistic explorations into methods and media have become a highlight for art lovers and families alike. This week, participants will be asked to “reimagine marshes and ponds, through a bird’s-eye perspective.” :pm. S.B. Museum of Art, State St. Free. Call -.
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: Bollywood-Bhangra Dance Competition
Eight collegiate Indian dance teams hailing from all over the country will compete for top honors in both traditional and contemporary Indian dance, with a special performance from emerging Indian pop-star Mickey Singh. pm. Arlington Theatre, State St. $-$. Call ---.
Symphony No. headlines this evening of discovery featuring Aaron Copland’s jazzy Concerto for the Clarinet and a short animation by Carolyn Chrisman accompanying Milhaud’s Creation of the World, demonstrating how early composers worked jazz into their pieces. Sat.: pm; Sun.: pm. Granada Theatre, State St. $-$. Call -.
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Foundation Royal Ball and Gospel Sunday Brunch This magniﬁcent
gala and fundraiser will bring together gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight supporters to share in an unforgettable evening in “Paris”! Dancers or entertainers will perform throughout the night, with cocktails and canapés served on silver trays by butlers, all in the light of the “Eiﬀel Tower”! The following Sunday morning’s Gospel Brunch promises to be both memorable and delightful, with music from a gospel choir to complement a delicious brunch buﬀet. Royal Ball: Sat., pm-am; Gospel Brunch: Sun., am-pm. Bacara Resort & Spa, Hollister Ave. $-$. Ball: ages +; brunch: all ages. Call -.
SUNDAY 4/13 /: th Annual Native Plant Garden Tour At this celebration of native plants, presented
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the hajj to Mecca, and how the visual arts and media motivate people to join such crowds in an age made global by technology. pm. Goleta Public Library, N. Fairview Ave., Goleta. Free. Call -. /: Hunt & Gather at Sama Sama Kitchen Eat, drink, and be merry while supporting area businesses at this emporium of delicious oﬀerings from some of Santa Barbara’s ﬁnest purveyors of food and drink, including Municipal Winemakers, Twenty-Four Blackbirds Chocolate, and the French Press. -pm. Sama Sama Kitchen, State St. Free. Call -. Read more on p. .
MONDAY 4/14 /: Total Lunar Eclipse Viewing Join sky-gazers from all over Santa Barbara and
THURSDAY partake in one of the night sky’s most stunning displays through Westmont College’s powerful observatory (weather permitting, of course). Those interested can call the viewing hotline to check questionable viewing conditions. :pm-am. Carroll Observatory, Westmont College, La Paz Rd. Free. Call -.
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TUESDAY 4/15 /: CALM Parenting Workshop & Lecture Child Abuse Listening Mediation (CALM) therapist Camila Barreto hosts this free parenting workshop titled Terrible Twos and Frustrating Fours: Compliance Without Tears as part of CALM’s eﬀorts in raising awareness and making resources available within the community. :am. CALM, Chapala St. Free. Call -.
JOHN ZANT’S GAME OF THE WEEK /: College Men’s Volleyball: Brigham Young University at UCSB BYU (-), ranked No. in the nation, has
clinched ﬁrst place in the Mountain Paciﬁc Sports Federation (MPSF). No. –ranked UCSB (- before the Wednesday, April , match against Cal Baptist) is closing out the best regular season in ﬁve years under Coach Rick McLaughlin, even better than , when the Gauchos went to the NCAA championship match. Seniors Matt Hanley, Chad Kingi, Evan Licht, and Ryan Thompson will try to propel the Gauchos on another deep postseason run beginning with the MPSF play-oﬀs next week. They gave BYU one of its toughest matches in Provo, Utah, taking the Cougars to ﬁve sets last month. pm. Robertson Gym, UCSB. $-$. Call -UCSB ().
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ď˜ź/ď›œď˜˝: Fukushima: Memories of the Lost Landscape Director Matsubayashi Yojyuâ€™s ďŹ rst feature documentary depicts the aftermath of the tsunami and nuclear disaster in Japan and examines the cultural toll taken by both disasters. ď˜żpm. Pollock Theater, UCSB. $ď˜˝-$ď›œď˜š. Call ď™€ď™ ď˜ť-ď˜˝ď™ ď˜šď˜ť.
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Eric Kelley Celebrates 35 Years at the Book Den
above: “I like to think of myself as the unofficial host of this parking lot,” said Teddy Kelley while sitting on the back of his RV. Kelley, originally from South Carolina, has been in Santa Barbara for three years and spends his time talking to tourists and strangers walking along the bike path. “I used to have a property in East Texas, which is where all the wood for this vehicle is recycled from. The whole thing is solar powered also,” he added. left: “We love shells; our house is full of them, so we just Googled which beaches in Santa Barbara have the best seashells, and this one came up,” said Abby Ahlgrim. She and her husband, Denis, waited for their daughters while they collected ocean treasures at Carpinteria State Beach. The family is from Temecula and spontaneously decided to drive up the coast for a weekend vacation.
With The Tipping Point, he showed how major social change often starts with one person. In Blink, he demonstrated that split-second decisions sometimes serve us better than careful deliberation. With David and Goliath, journalist and cultural commentator Malcolm Gladwell upends yet another commonly held belief. Subtitled Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants, Gladwell’s latest book challenges the very concept of advantage, arguing that individuals, teams, and organizations we perceive as “disadvantaged” often have an edge on the competition. “Then, as now, we were misunderstanding the nature of advantage,” Gladwell said. “The reason I dwell as much as I do on the biblical story is that this was as true thousands of years ago as it is today.” For the full version of this story, visit independent.com/ malcolmgladwell. — Elizabeth Schwyzer
Malcolm Gladwell, Friday, April 11, 8 p.m.,
Arlington Theatre, 1317 State Street. For tickets, call 893-3535 or visit artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu.
Trivia With the 90th Old Spanish Days only four months away, preparations are already underway. One of the first orders of business is selecting the young dancers who will serve as Spirits during the August celebration. For 65 years, Spirits have been a part of Fiesta, and this year sees 23 girls vying for the honors. The Spirit of Fiesta Corrie Jimenez (2013) participates in numerous events, including La Fiesta Pequeña, El Desfile Histórico parade, and civic organization receptions, while the Junior Spirit leads El Desfile de Los Niños and dances at events, including the mercados. Auditions take place Saturday, April 12, 1 p.m., at the S.B. High School auditorium, 700 E. Anapamu St. Tickets are $25 and include a post-tryout reception at El Paseo restaurant. For tickets and information, call 962-8101 or visit oldspanishdays-fiesta.org. — Michelle Drown
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Which teen heartthrob starred in the 1985 camp film Poison Ivy? ❏ David Faustino ❏ Michael J. Fox ❏ Scott Baio What is the name of the camp in Friday the 13th? ❏ Camp North Star ❏ Camp Crystal Lake ❏ Camp Ivanhoe Who starred as the twins in the original Parent Trap? ❏ Lindsay Lohan ❏ Jodie Foster ❏ Hayley Mills answers: . Michael J. Fox; . Camp Crystal Lake; . Hayley Mills.
hen Eric Kelley came to town as the new co-owner of the then-70-year-old Book Den, there were at least nine bookstores in town. That was 35 years ago this month. Many of them (now gone), like Earthling, Osborne’s, and Andromeda, and all of the big chains, were within a mile of the store Kelley and Mike Isador had just purchased Eric Kelley from Richard and Susan Phelps. “There were a lot of good usedbook stores in town, too,” said Kelley, who always saw the Book Den as a hybrid of used, rare, and new volumes. They survived in that competitive environment, though Isador left in the ﬁrst few years, and today the Book Den is still doing ﬁne, thank you very much. Kelley has changed himself and the store, adapting many ways such as learning to use the Internet to sell his occasional rare-book ﬁnd almost instantaneously — he’s always had a good hand at picking up the overlooked treasure. But that’s not really what he loves, he claimed. He’s excited that the store is a balance of about 40 percent new books and the rest used because he can make deals for people both ways — maybe they want a battered old copy of On the Road, which always sells out fast, but he usually has a nice new printing in the store. And it works in reverse, too. “It isn’t the big sales, though I like making them,” he said. “Today a mom and dad and three kids came in the store and spent some time browsing and when they left, they all found a book. And I thought, that’s great, there’s a future for this store, and there’s a future for this — D.J. Palladino culture.”
The total box office revenue the Friday the 13th camp film franchise has earned worldwide. SOURCE: wikipedia.org/wiki/Friday_the_13th_(franchise).
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ur Christopher Buckley — who is not the political satirist who wrote Thank You for Smoking but did write a funny essay about the quirks of identity titled I Am Not Christopher Buckley — is just about to publish his 20th book of poetry. One famous Santa Barbara writer made light of the accomplishment until he learned all the books were published by real publishers, not vanity presses. A famous in-town poet added, “He’s a machine, a machine.” Buckley laughed hearing this and explained that it usually took him about three years to ﬁnd someone to publish his work. “And by that time, if you don’t have another book of poetry already written, well, what have you been doing?” But more pointedly, our Buckley also published the third book of his engaging growing-up-inSanta-Barbara 1960s memoirs. The ﬁrst was Cruising State: Growing up in Southern California (1994); next came Sleepwalk (2006); and now — just days before his book of poetry arrives — comes Holy Days of Obligation. “It’s going to be the last memoir about growing up in Santa Barbara, but a lot of it’s about the poets who inﬂuenced me. What it tries to explain is: How do you end up being a writer?” Buckley blames his career on Sister Julie at Mount Carmel School, which he attended in the 1950s and where he wrote a poem about his mother and discovered it had meter and rhyme. He was born in Arcata in Northern California, but his family moved to Santa Barbara in the late 1950s. His father was a disc jockey, and though his parents divorced, and he moved with his mother to Palm Springs, Buckley’s sentimental education was wandering S.B.’s lanes and beaches on bikes and surfboards. One strong epiphany involved a Swinburne poem reprinted in a surf magazine he browsed in Montecito’s Bottle Shop. As a student at Saint Mary’s College, Buckley fell under the spell of a number of contemporary poets but, most importantly, slightly older contemporaries like Philip Levine and Larry Levis. Flash-forward to the late 1970s: Buckley became a poet and a writing teacher — at UCSB, UC Riverside, and a number of other schools (including a godforsaken time spent in a hellish Pennsylvania college) — before returning to UCSB’s Creative Studies program. Asked why he writes, one of the poets proﬁled in Holy Days replies, “To freeze time.” Buckley manages to achieve this himself frequently: sometimes talking about penny candy in the Montecito Village, remembering life as young poets barbecuing in Fresno or just surﬁng Hammonds. It’s a ﬁne achievement, this personal memoir, and even stacked up against so many books of published poetry, it makes our Buckley seem like anything but a machine.
— D.J. Palladino
Buckley will sign Holy Days of Obligation Wednesday, April 23, 7-8 p.m., at Chaucer’s Books, 3321 State St. Call 682-6787 or visit chaucersbooks.com.
s a former Santa Barbara poet laureate, and a book reviewer for The S.B. Independent, I wanted to do something special for the 2014 edition of National Poetry Month (i.e., April). I decided to write one review for every day of the month. All the books were published in 2013 or 2014 by single authors (no anthologies), and though several of those authors are distant acquaintances, none of them are friends. I read nearly 100 books in preparation for Poetry Month and, in general, chose to silently ignore collections I found less engaging, focusing instead on those I could recommend. Here, in alphabetical order by author, are selections for the ﬁrst half of the month.
a little surreal, Matthew Olzmann’s Mezzanines contains at least one outrageous surprise on almost every page. One poem is titled “Man Robs Liquor Store, Leaves Résumé.” In another, the speaker writes letters to a shipwreck at the bottom of Lake Michigan. The shipwreck doesn’t write back.
Lucie Brock-Broido, Stay, Illusion: The poems in Lucie
David O’Meara, A Pretty Sight: If David O’Meara isn’t
Jane Munro, Blue Sonoma:
These are delicate, polished poems — poems of few words — and while a fast reader could tear through Blue Sonoma in a half hour, that would be doing a grave disservice to Munro’s craft. The second half of the book, about her partner’s dementia, is so devastating because it is so beautiful. Matthew Olzmann, Mezzanines: Quirky, zany, more than
Brock-Broido’s latest book inhabit the “district of late/ last light.” Initially, her surreal juxtapositions may seem grating, but gradually they come to make an uncanny kind of sense. Brock-Broido is averaging one book a decade — it will be fascinating to see what the 2020s bring.
Canada’s greatest living poet, he is certainly among the top contenders for that honor. His latest book, A Pretty Sight, is both artistically challenging and eminently readable. Poems about Kosovo, End Times, and a lively dialogue between Socrates and Sid Vicious are among the many highlights.
Ava Leavell Haymon, Eldest Daughter: The poems of Ava Leavell Haymon, Louisiana’s poet laureate, are accessible yet unﬂinchingly demanding. “This is not a simply good/evil poem,” she writes, essentially describing all of her work. If nothing else, “Bass Fishing with a Hulapopper” may be the ﬁnest poem ever written on that particular subset of angling.
Mary Rose O’Reilley, Earth, Mercy: “Show, don’t tell,” creative-writing instructors are forever badgering their students, and Mary Rose O’Reilley’s new book demonstrates why that’s such good advice: A well-chosen image allows even the briefest poem to resonate long after it’s been read. Like Ted Kooser, O’Reilley makes ordinary life in the Midwest seem magical.
Sarah Lindsay, Debt to the Bone-Eating Snotflower: The title of Sarah Lindsay’s new book is deliberately unlovely, as is the title poem’s subject, a “tender pink plant-like oceangoing worm.” Yet Osedax mucoﬂoris epitomizes the sort of creature that piques Lindsay’s interest in the oddities of the natural world: luminous squid and Komodo dragons, bacteria, ﬁsh in trees.
Mary Ruefle, Trances of the Blast: While Mary Rueﬂe’s poems veer quickly from the serious to the absurd — sometimes within a single line — there is a surprising pathos amid all that nuttiness. As much as any poet’s, Rueﬂe’s titles give a clear sense of her aesthetic: “The Bunny Gives Us a Lesson in Eternity,” “Metaphysical Blight.”
Louis MacNeice, Collected Poems: A lifetime’s work from
an ambitious poet: long poems and lyrics, blasphemies and bad dreams. The reputation of Louis MacNeice, Auden’s contemporary, has languished for decades. Wake Forest University Press, the premier publisher of Irish poetry in America, seeks to remedy that. Much to skim, yes, but much to treasure. Adrian Matejka, The Big Smoke: Jack Johnson, the ﬁrst
Mary Jo Salter, Nothing by Design: “Things happen but are parables,” Salter writes in a book that includes light verse, a translation from the Anglo-Saxon, a searing sequence of poems aimed at an ex-husband, and any number of insightful and well-crafted poems. “Unbroken Music,” a tribute to her late friend, Amy Clampitt, is superb. William Stafford, Sound of the Ax: Aphorisms and Poems: Editors Vincent Wixon and Paul Merchant have
African-American heavyweight boxing champion, whose life story The Big Smoke tells, loved opera almost as much as he loved women. In this collection of short and lively linked poems, he certainly never backs down, believing, “It’s always better to whip / than to be whipped.”
drawn maxims from Staﬀord’s notebooks and published interviews and reprinted 26 of his most aphoristic poems. As they point out, Pascal and Kierkegaard and Nietzsche are precursors, but readers familiar with Staﬀord’s work will recognize his voice: “Faith is easy; doubt is hard.”
J. D. McClatchy, Plundered Hearts: New and Selected Poems: Erudite and droll, and editor of the Yale Review, J. D.
May Swenson, Collected Poems: May Swenson’s reputation
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rybaby. Tattletale. Mama’s boy. Kids can be nasty little namecallers, can’t they? It’s easy to deﬂect some schoolyard slurs — the ones we know for sure aren’t true. Scaredy-cat? In your dreams. Goody Two-shoes? Puh-leeze. But other labels — shorty, for instance, or carrottop — are so obviously, undeniably true, there’s no point in even ducking their well-aimed wallop. For me, bossy was one of those labels. The no-denying kind. The kind you can only answer with an “Oh, yeah? Well, so what!” and go on about your life. I’m bossy. It’s not an endearing quality, nothing to brag about. But my classmates and I can attest that it’s absolutely accurate. It’s also the reason I’m about to put Sheryl Sandberg in her place. Sandberg, Facebook’s COO and the author of Lean In, has joined forces with the Girl Scouts in a campaign to retire the word “bossy” from public lexicon. Their argument: It quashes girls’ leadership instincts. “We know that by middle school, more boys than girls want to lead,” Sandberg told ABC News, “and if you ask girls why they don’t want to lead, whether it’s the school project all the way on to running for oﬃce, they don’t want to be called bossy, and they don’t want to be disliked.” In promotional videos on banbossy.com, assertive, successful women Condoleezza Rice, Beyoncé, and actresses Jane Lynch and Jennifer Garner tell girls, “It’s okay to be ambitious,” and dare them to listen to their own voices as inspiring music swells. All of which is super cool. And yet here are the top 10 reasons why banning “bossy” is a lousy idea:
(1) As a writer, I resent anyone telling me what words I can and can’t use. I do wish people would choose their words more carefully, but I never want to see any word put out to pasture. (I’ve been tryby Starshine ing to bring back “motorist” for years; so far, no luck.) (2) Gimmicky women’s empowerment campaigns are sort of insulting — like email: email@example.com those breast-cancer-awareness stunts on Facebook that ask you to slyly post your bra size so everyone will whisper, “What could it mean?!” They draw attention even as they undermine the seriousness of the issues. The paucity of women leaders in America can’t be righted with a death knell for a 4th-grade insult. (3) “Bossy” is not crippling. “I was called bossy when I was in 9th grade,” Sandberg recalled. “My teacher took my best friend Mindy aside and said, ‘You shouldn’t be friends with Sheryl. She’s bossy.’ And that hurt.” I can’t help noticing the woman now runs ﬂipping Facebook. (4) Being bossy is not the same as being a leader; bossiness is selfappointed leadership of people who have no interest in being led. Are bossy girls really the ones we want leading our country? I know I personally have no business on a ballot. (5) The campaign insists that assertive boys are deemed “leaders” while assertive girls are labeled “bossy.” I don’t buy the gender assignment. Slut? Sure. Bitch? No doubt. But I asked my 8-year-old son if he knows bossy people, and he named a boy at school, then added, “I guess I’m kind of bossy. … I’m really bossy.” (“Motorist,” I’m just saying, is unisex. How great is that?) (6) My best friends are bossy, and I love them for it. It means they’re conﬁdent and, yes, perhaps too quick to dole out orders, but it’s only because somebody has to do it and, really, who better than them? (7) Maybe girls don’t want to be leaders because being a leader often sucks. (8) Banbossy.com sells onesies — you know, for infants — that say, “I’m not bossy. I’m a leader.” Really? Infants are not leaders. Not even girl infants. (9) Sorry, but if you need to be spared from name-calling — if you require Jennifer “ Going on ” Garner to clear the Path to Leadership of all verbal jibes before you’re willing to set foot on it — then you’re not actually cut out for the job. (10) I’m bossy. You were expecting polite applause?
Starshine Roshell is the author of Broad Assumptions.
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by John Zant
he diamond is the Big West’s best friend. After
a ﬂeeting appearance in March Madness — Cal Poly managed to win a play-in game before being obliterated by Wichita State in the NCAA basketball tournament — the conference schools ﬂex their muscles when the baseball season comes around. Cal State Fullerton, which visits UCSB this weekend (April 11-13), is a perennial power out of the Big West. The Titans have won four national championships and made 22 consecutive appearances in the NCAA baseball tournament. Last year, UCSB and Cal Poly tied for second place in the conference and joined the Titans in the NCAA’s ﬁeld of 64 teams. They all started out with victories in the ﬁrst round of regional competition, but only Fullerton advanced to the Super Regionals, where it was edged out by UCLA, the eventual champion. The same Big West trio is singing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” in 2014. Cal Poly (26-5) leads the chorus with a No. ranking on most of this week’s national polls. UCSB (20-7) is ranked as high as No. (by Collegiate Baseball Magazine) and Cal State Fullerton (16-11), which was a preseason No. pick, holds the No. spot on the National College Baseball Writers Association poll. Led by those three teams, the Big West has winning records against all other West Coast conferences, including the Pac-. “The top of the Big West is comparable to the top of the Pac-,” said Andrew Checketts, an assistant at Oregon three years ago when he was hired as UCSB’s head coach. The second-tier Big West teams are no pushovers either, as the Gauchos found out when they lost two of three games to Hawai‘i. UCSB’s next series took place last weekend in San Luis Obispo. The Gauchos showed there was little diﬀerence between them and Cal Poly, but again they lost two out of three. They jumped all over the Mustangs’ ace pitcher Matt Imhof in the opener and held on for an 8-6 victory. They rallied from a 5-0 deﬁcit to take a 6-5 lead on Saturday, but Cal Poly won, 8-7, on a walk-oﬀ single in the bottom of the ninth. In Sunday’s rubber match, Gaucho freshman Shane Bieber and Mustang sophomore Casey Bloomquist staged a magniﬁcent pitchers’ duel, and Cal Poly came out on top, 1-0. “Bieber’s a terriﬁc pitcher,” said Gaucho outﬁelder Joey Epperson, the leading hitter in the Big West with a .465 average. “We had opportunities to score ﬁve or six runs. It was one
of those days. [Cal Poly] had one opportunity, and the ball fell in.” The Mustangs broke the scoreless deadlock in the fourth inning. With a man on ﬁrst and two out, Jimmy Allen poked a ball inside the right-ﬁeld foul line, and it rolled into the corner for a run-scoring triple. Meanwhile, the Gauchos stranded eight runners on the base paths during the taut 2¾-hour contest, watched by a crowd of 2,489 under a blazing sun at Cal Poly’s Babbitt Stadium. “Talk about stress,” Mustangs assistant coach Teddy Warrecker said. “We had to play our best baseball today. UCSB puts a lot of pressure on you.” The Gauchos have the highest team batting average (.307) in the conference. Cal Poly fans held their breaths whenever Tyler Kuresa (eight home runs, 32 RBIs) or hot-hitting Robby Nesovic came up to bat, but Bloomquist held them in check. Warrecker, a Santa Barbara native and former head coach at SBCC, said that ever since last year’s short ride on the road to Omaha (the College World Series), Cal Poly has been motivated to get back into the NCAA tournament “and go further. We want to host a regional. There’s a great atmosphere here.” UCSB has the same goals in its reach, except perhaps for the hosting part. But oﬀ to a 2-4 start in the conference, the Gauchos have a hill to climb, and it could turn into a mountain if they don’t start winning some series. “We still feel good,” Epperson said. “We’ve got to keep playing our brand of baseball and battle.” That brand includes robust oﬀensive production and clutch pitching in the late innings. Before last weekend, the Gauchos were 7-0 in one-run games. Greg Mahle, a gritty junior left-hander, has the pitching staﬀ ’s best record (5-1) in 16 appearances, all in relief. Dillon Tate, a lights-out freshman closer, has not allowed an earned run in 15 innings of work. Past and present injuries have forced Checketts to juggle his starting pitchers, but Bieber looked strong Sunday, and junior Austin Pettibone, the ace of last year’s staﬀ, seems to be regaining his form. Cal State Fullerton’s formula for success begins on the pitcher’s mound. The Titans have a staﬀ earned-run average of 2.05, and they have issued fewer walks than any other team in the nation. The game times at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium will be Friday,
DIAMOND DAYS: (pictured clockwise from left) Gaucho outﬁelder Joey Epperson is the leading hitter in the Big West with a .465 average; a view from behind home plate at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium; ﬁrst-year pitcher Dillon Tate, the Gaucho closer, brings heat from the mound.
April 11, 3 p.m.; Saturday, April 12, 2 p.m.; and Sunday, April 13, 1 p.m. It would be a happy occasion for the students, staﬀ, and alumni who take pride in UCSB if the wildest party this weekend occurs at the baseball diamond. MORE COLLEGE BASEBALL: The Westmont Warriors have made great strides under Coach Robert Ruiz. Last week
they swept a three-game series from Concordia, the NAIA’s sixth-ranked team, to move 10 games above .500 (24-14). Sophomore pitcher Russell Harmening sports a 9-2 record. … SBCC (20-9) enters the homestretch of the regular season three games out of ﬁrst place in the Western State Conference, with a pair of games this week against ﬁrst-place Oxnard.
BRIGHT SPOT: One of the best things to come out of
UCSB’s basketball season is the nationwide recognition of Gaucho junior center Alan Williams. He was named to the All-District ﬁrst team (comprising players from all West Coast schools) by both the coaches and the basketball writers, and the Associated Press put him on its honorable mention All-America team. Williams, who led the nation in rebounding, was a ﬁnalist for the Lou Henson Award that goes to the nation’s top mid-major player. The winner was Langston Hall of Mercer, the team that knocked Duke out of the NCAA tournament.
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ith all the critical fuss about the nuanced, acid-driven wonders of pinot noir and chardonnay grown in chilly regions, you may not know that other types of wine grapes also produce unique aromas and ﬂavors when cultivated in fogsoaked, wind-whipped places like the Sta. Rita Hills and Santa Maria Valley. For many fans of Central Coast wines, syrah quickly rises to the top of that cool-climate list, as the widely planted variBOTTLES TO KNOW: Among the 18 cool-climate syrahs tasted were wines etal — which is typically deep, from Ampelos, Bonaccorsi, Gainey, Foley, Jaffurs, La Fenêtre, Luminesce, brooding, and jammy with red Melville, Ojai Vineyard, Samsara, Vallin, and Zotovich. and black fruit when grown in the hot sunshine — develops a distinctly spicy and savory side when the average Ryan Zotovich feels that “consumer education” is temperature is turned down a dozen or so degrees. key to making the public aware of how stellar these That’s been noted for centuries in the Old World wines can be, while Kevin Law of Luminesce Wines wines of Côte-Rôtie, at the northern tip of France’s believes a bit of mystery still exists, explaining, “I Rhône Valley, and such syrahs also have quite a bit don’t know if we’ve quite ﬁgured out where to grow of history closer to home, with Qupé Wines founder syrah yet.” Having worked with syrah from Paso Bob Lindquist loudly banging this drum from Bien Robles and every Santa Barbara County appellation Nacido Vineyard near Santa Maria for 30-plus years. for the past 14 years, John Falcone of Gainey appreciThe style caught my attention nearly a decade ago ates the unique wines from the Sta. Rita Hills. But no and never let go. The ﬁrst time I ever agreed with matter where you grow syrah, said Falcone, “farming the often whimsical descriptions peddled by tasting practices need to be adjusted accordingly to achieve rooms was while sipping a cool-climate syrah from balance in cool or warm sites.” Foley Estates in the Sta. Rita Hills back in 2005. The While pinot and chardonnay remain the worknote said “black pepper,” and, lo and behold, I could horse wines for Melville Winery, Chad Melville smell and taste that that pepper was palpable, both considers cool-climate syrah “one of his passions” on the nose and the tongue. The experience changed and makes a good amount of it under his personal my outlook on wine, in eﬀect redirecting a lot of my Samsara label. “Syrah can take on a lot of diﬀerent journalism career, as well. characters, and in the cold climate, what comes out is So when Eric Railsback of Les Marchands Wine a more feminine style, elegant, perfume-y, mesmerBar & Merchant mentioned that he’d been wanting izing aromatics with an acidic backbone, yet it has to investigate cool-climate syrah from the Central the power of the inherent character of the grape,” Coast a bit more as one of his New Year’s resolutions, said Melville, who explained it’s tough to do well. it seemed like the perfect time to throw a bit of a “You have to farm it aggressively. It’s not easy. If it was, tasting party in my backyard. That went down on there’d be a lot more cool-climate syrah out there.” February 19, when about a dozen winemakers/indusWhile it doesn’t appear that these wines will start try insiders and Argentinian chef Rodrigo Gimenez disappearing from shelves anytime soon, it’s a good (rgcocinero.com) converged underneath my redwood bet that, as Americans continue tuning into which trees to taste from 18 bottles of wine and talk about grapes oﬀer truly individual expressions when grown what we all hoped would continue to emerge as a in interesting places, cool-climate syrah will emerge trend in winemaking. as a better-known Central Coast entity. Consider But, as we noted such ﬂavors as balsamic vinegar, yourself warned. the aforementioned pepper, gamey ﬂesh, forest ﬂoor, Most of these winemakers and mushrooms, and cola, I quickly learned that it will wineries will be in attendance continue to be an uphill battle. “It’s probably the at various events during the Santa Barbara hardest thing to sell,” said Joshua Klapper, whose La Vintners Spring Weekend, April 10-13, as well Fenêtre brand includes about 10 percent syrah. He as during Les Marchands’ Santa Barbara told the story of sharing a sample with his investor/ County Wine Futures tasting on April 19. See business partner. “Mmm,” replied the partner,“it sbvintnersweekend.com and lesmarchands smells like lost money.” Fabien Castel, of The Ojai wine.com for more info and tickets to those Winery, concurred: “Fans of the Northern Rhône events. don’t seek it out on the West Coast.”
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ith a deliciously modern menu of Indonesian-inspired dishes that rely mostly on the seasonal harvests of small, nearby farmers, Sama Sama Kitchen (1208 State Street; 965-4566; samasamakitchen.com) is already climbing to the top of Santa Barbara’s ladder for eye-opening and taste-bud-tingling dinner experiences. But this Sunday, April 13, 5-9 p.m., Sama Sama takes its commitment to creative cuisine even further by hosting Hunt & Gather, a free festival where customers of all ages can sample and shop for handmade foods, drinks, and other items on the restaurant’s back patio. Here is info on just three of more than a dozen purveyors expected to be selling their wares this weekend.
KULT KITCHEN: Jon Riddell and Julia Rose of Kult Kitchen pitched their
big idea for a pickle-and-sauerkraut business on Kickstarter.com, eventually gaining enough financial backing from pledges to start fermenting regionally farmed food out of their home base in Ojai. “It’s so healthy for you,” said Riddell. “You get more probiotics from sauerkraut than from yogurt!” They’ll be peddling their sauerkraut at Hunt & Gather, as well as their signature sweet-and-spicy pickle, seasoned with turmeric and chili flakes. See kultkitchen.com.
SWEET LADY COOK: For those who prefer sweet without the spicy, try Sweet Lady Cook, homemade organic preserves sourced from Santa Barbara and Ventura county farms by Arian Blanco. Even if you don’t usually like jams or jellies, you might surprise yourself after tasting Blanco’s creations, which can include savory and bitter flavors. “I am a one-woman operation,” said Blanco, who started her company after trying a family friend’s jam a couple of years ago. “I make the jam; I make deliveries; I do everything myself.” Business skyrocketed over the past six months, said Blanco, explaining, “I try and make my business very visible, especially through Instagram.” Favorites include clementine and sea-salt marmalade, as well as balsamic strawberry, both of which will be on hand Sunday. See sweetladycook.com. MIZUBA TEA COMPANY:
With a mom who served tea every morning before school, Santa Barbara native Lauren Danson is a lifelong tea fanatic, even hosting weekly tea parties out of her Westmont College dorm room. “My friends would tell me every week, ‘This is what you need to do with your life,’” said Danson. But she pursued journalism until falling in love with tea again during a visit last spring to Uji, Japan, the birthplace of the Japanese tea ceremony. “I stepped off the train, and the first thing I noticed was the scent of matcha infuses your nose,” recalled Danson of the stone-ground, shade-grown, especially nutritious green tea. “You walk downtown, and every single shop is tea-dedicated. Needless to say, I had the best day of my life.” After grad school in Denver, Danson reached out to a 100-year-old family tea farm in Uji, as she said, “knowing nothing about business, knowing nothing about FDA, knowing nothing about importing, knowing absolutely nothing other than the fact that I love sharing tea.” She successfully navigated the international intricacies, and her first order of The free foodie festival matcha came last September Hunt & Gather is Sun(pictured above). The Mizuba day, April 13, 5-9 p.m., at Sama Sama Tea Company was born. See Kitchen, 1208 State Street. mizubatea.com.
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$AP Ferg, born Darold
Ferguson, has gone by the moniker “trap lord” for some time now, but that doesn’t mean he’s tired of explaining what it means. “I never get tired, because there’s always a person who wants to know who A$AP Ferg is, aside from the A$AP Mob. And they deserve to know. For a fan, before you become a consumer, you want to know what you’re buying into. So I get it, totally.” For Ferg, creative expression and hustle are both legacies left by his father, Darold Ferguson, who owned a Harlem boutique and screen shop and printed T-shirts for the likes of Heavy D, Teddy Riley, and Bad Boy Records. In 2011, Ferg joined the Harlem-based hip-hop collective A$AP Mob (and adopted his A$AP moniker) together with high school friend Rocky, an upand-coming Harlem-bred rapper at the time. Ferg, meanwhile, had already established himself as a hustler of repute as the owner/operator of Devoni Clothing, hocking leather belts worn by everyone from Chris Brown to Swizz Beatz. Needless to say, Ferg’s vision has always been broader than simply rapping — a mentality that’s translated well, not only as a member of the A$AP Mob. It’s a necessary mindset for anyone who fancies themselves a “trap lord.” Do you feel like your music doesn’t resonate as much with an international audience? Not necessarily, because it’s the same kind of bounce. Everybody relates to my music the same way because it’s the same message. My music is not hard to understand.“Shabba Ranks” is a turnt-up song.“Work” is a turnt-up song.“Let It Go” is a turnt-up song. And the more conscious songs, like “Hood Pope” or “Cocaine Castle,” there’s a clear message that I’m stating in those songs. And people totally get it.
You’ve been designing clothes for some time now. Tell me about your plans for your brand, Trap Lord. Is that something that you’re still closely involved with? Yeah, I design everything on that, and that’s why it takes me a while to put things out. I have the ﬁnal say on everything, from the models to the pictures to the style to the materials used, the dyes, the logos. I like to be real hands-on, and that’s why it’s exclusive. But I do want to do more lifestyle stuﬀ, like dining, sheets, bedspreads, rugs, things like that. Forks, plates, glasses, towels — all that stuﬀ. You sound like Trap Lord Ralph Lauren. Yeah, well, Ralph Lauren is one of my biggest inspirations, so I just want to live through my lifestyle. Ralph Lauren has his. He deals with horses and cars. I deal more with BMX and … I’m just a kid, you know? I’m a kid, and I love to have fun. And I want to represent my culture. A lot is being said about this resurgence in hip-hop, especially in New York. Do you feel like there’s an ample supply of young talent coming up behind groups like A$AP or Pro Era? There’s not a shortage. I think people are getting way more talented. Rap was getting boring for a long time when everybody was shooting the same kind of videos — like ass-poppin’ music. It was kind of getting whack. But now people are talking with substance. They’re really just being themselves. Kids are being themselves. You don’t have to wear a big chain anymore to be the best rapper alive. A$AP Ferg performs at Casa de la Raza ( E. Montecito St.) on Tuesday, April 15, at 8p.m. with Flatbush Zombies. Visit asapferg.nightout.com for tickets —Jake Blair and info.
MOB BO$$: A$AP Mob’s A$AP Ferg heads to Casa de la Raza this week in support of his 2013 debut, Trap Lord.
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SPOOKED: Matt Cooper stars as the ghost named Chance opposite Allison Threadgold as his widow, Bethany, in Circle Bar B’s new show.
The Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre is haunted. Starting on Friday, April 11, there will be a ghost named Chance in the theater, along with the rest of the cast of Ghost of a Chance, the ﬁrst COMES TO show in the company’s 44th CIRCLE BAR B season. Like many Circle Bar B (CBB) productions before it, Chance mixes the fun of a comedy with the sweetness of a little romance, a blend that has worked well over the years, both as a complement to tri-tip barbecue and as a signature house style for the CBB troupe. Brian Harwell, who directed last year’s season opener, Return Engagments, is back to helm this one, and we spoke with him last week about what to expect. “There’s lots of verbal play, and it centers on the challenge of the ghost, whom only one, or at most two, characters can hear,” he explained. Asked to describe the appeal of the Circle Bar B approach, Harwell said, “In these shows, we take standard formulas straight out of farce, and we put a twist on them, something that makes you go from thinking that it’s something you’ve seen before to that great moment of ‘aha’ when you realize that it’s not exactly what you expect.” Casting the show oﬀered Harwell, who frequently works as a stage actor, the opportunity to give back some of what he has gotten from all that experience: “Having been onstage so much myself, I like the challenge of directing because it makes me have to explain it. I can’t just rely on intuition like I might in a performance — it’s got to be something that makes sense. At the same time, I try not to be Ty Cobb about it.” Wait, what? Ty Cobb, baseball’s most legendary not-nice guy? “I mean Ty Cobb in the sense that, when he became a manager, he wasn’t very good at communicating with the players,” laughed Harwell. “I’m just saying that I don’t want to be the kind of director who’s not helpful to the actors.” For tickets and info, call 967-1962 or visit circlebarbtheatre.com. — Charles Donelan
GHOST OF A CHANCE
Once upon a time, the only music coming out of Isla Vista was a vibeless crossbreed of reggae and dude rock. Sped up or slowed down, aggressive or mellow, it was the kind of stuﬀ that you had to be high to stomach. Nowadays, though, a Friday night in I.V. oﬀers music fans a little bit more, at least as far as variety goes. In recent months, we’ve seen UCSB’s mean streets spit out some serious synth jams, courtesy of FMLYBND; blissfully layered surf rock, thanks to Sun Daes; and at least one delightfully out-there electronic act. (Psychojohn, we’re looking at you.) And now, we can add The Fire Department to the growing list of UCSB-adjacent acts that have graduated out of the kegger scene. For Underwater, the I.V.-born band relocated to sunny Ojai, built a studio, and got to work on the four jams that would become their new EP. Like their live set, Underwater is dripping with a not-so-subtle sex appeal. (Lead track “So High” starts with the line, “Girl, I want to be between those jeans.”) But it’s The Fire Department’s cheeky blending of R&B, funk, and yacht-rock tropes that makes the band so gosh-darn loveable. Their songs are nods to time-tested, feel-good favorites like Steely Dan and Hall & Oates, and they’re delivered with the strong hooks and conviction that not only turns heads but demands you dance along. — Aly Comingore
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Modern Painter Richard Haines: Midcentury Master. At Sullivan Goss, An American Gallery. Shows through June 29. Reviewed by Charles Donelan
s the dust settles in Palm Springs after another busy year at Modernism Week (more than 45,000 people in attendance this time around), it’s nice to know that Santa Barbara residents with a passion for midcentury modern design don’t necessarily have to travel to the desert to learn and even to collect. Apart from the ease with which a classic George Nelson– style bench can be obtained from MichaelKate or Design Within Reach, there’s the fact that Sullivan Goss, An American Gallery, has the ﬁnest collection of midcentury modern paintings originating in California of any gallery in the country. It’s shocking how often this key element in the overall impact of a room furnished in a midcentury ABSTRACT PARTY: In “Celmodern style is overlooked. Photos ebration — Night of Return,” and posters are great, but when it Richard Haines applies cubist comes to crafting the perfect blend of technique to a subject more authenticity and excitement, nothing usually treated in another else will do but an original artwork one of his modes, the mural. with a strong connection to the movement and the period. Richard Haines: Midcentury Master, which is on view at Sullivan Goss, provides a great education for those interested in completing their understanding of the generation that produced the designs of Charles and Ray Eames and the architecture of Richard Neutra and Joseph Eichler. There’s a lot more to it than what is on the surface, and that’s one reason that painting is such an important piece of the midcentury puzzle. Coming out of a graphic design background and migrating to Los Angeles from the Midwest both put Haines in the mainstream along with his fellow modernist innovators. Thanks to a strong work ethic and a talent for instruction, he landed consecutive teaching appointments at the Chouinard Art Institute (1945-54) and the Otis College of Art and Design, where he taught from 1954 until 1974. As an educator, Haines balanced his own cubist and surrealist inﬂuences with the wider range of styles and techniques necessary to give his students a comprehensive understanding of the art form. At the same time that he took this responsibility for communicating the totality of painting to a younger generation of artists — many of whom would go on to considerable acclaim — Haines won recognition for himself as an in-demand muralist, completing dozens of commission for public works across the country, including several signature contributions to the UCLA campus, such as the murals on the façade of Schoenberg Hall. Midcentury Master beneﬁts from the breadth of Sullivan Goss’s holdings, as it includes works from all phases of his career. For purity of midcentury purpose, it’s hard to beat the images from the 1950s, in which Haines stacked cubist-inﬂuenced planes of paint using a relatively narrow bandwidth of colors to represent moments of community celebration. In “Celebration — Night of Return” and “Sketch D — Spirituals,” Haines builds the scene with clusters of verticals, and then populates it with abstract ﬁgures united by form and hue. There’s a reverence for the spiritual side of life running through all of Haines’s work, even when he forgoes the ﬁgure in favor of an unpopulated landscape. For example, in the 1975 painting “Irish Village,” Haines captures the distinctive way in which Irish houses are grouped together, hugging the street, and thus providing information about who lives there and how they relate to one another even when no human forms are present. The large painting “Possessions” and the small sketches gathered from the archive of Haines’s studio that occupy the back wall reveal the artist’s meticulous method of composition from opposite ends of the spectrum. The sketches demonstrate his willingness to experiment, and his persistence in exploring light and space through line and color, while the large canvas reveals a master at work in the juggling of multiple shapes and proportions toward a single uniﬁed eﬀect. In a time when all things midcentury seem to be enjoying an uptick in popular interest, Richard Haines: Midcentury Master oﬀers a salutary reminder of painting’s ongoing centrality in an aesthetic too often reduced to an inventory ■ of buildings, objects, and furniture.
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“Each sketch is a masterpiece of performance and writing” Mark Breslin, Village Post
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LADIES’ NIGHT Laugh Out Loud with Women Fully Clothed by Ginny Chung
ased out of Canada, Women Fully Clothed is an ensemble of four women — Robin Duke, Kathryn Greenwood, Teresa Pavlinek, and Jayne Eastwood — with a whole lot of experience under their belts. On the phone with Duke, Greenwood, and Pavlinek in anticipation of the troupe’s April 13 arrival at the Lobero Theatre, the women shared their purpose, progress, advice, and more. Their comedy show is made up of sketches about everyday life. Duke, who has performed on and written for Saturday Night Live and SCTV, described these vignettes as well-written plays that are both natural and built on personal experiences. “It’s a way to look at life and have fun,” she said. “Life is short; let’s have a laugh!” The troupe ﬁrst came together a decade ago, thanks to a fundraising event for Women Against Violence. They all shared the same story: Each had worked for Chicago improv group The Second City but at diﬀerent times. They all knew of one another, and considered each to be an inspiration, but had never met in person. Greenwood recalled that Duke brought them all together to perform at the charity event. It was supposed to be a one-time thing, but the success of the night made touring almost inevitable. Greenwood said she initially declined the invite to head out on the road,“but Robin kept luring me. We would eat together, drink together, and laugh until we wet our pants.” Soon enough they were eating together, drinking together, and going home to write material together. Shortly thereafter, Women Fully Clothed was born. It’s been 10 years since the very ﬁrst show, and the women are still having the time of their lives, said Duke.“I’ve gotten more creative and productive. I’m working with experienced actors who continue to inspire and challenge me.” “The most fun we have, though, is what we’re doing right now: sitting in the van, eating, laughing, and shopping … and eating a lot of cheese,” laughed Greenwood. Pavlinek is especially proud of how she’s evolved as a writer.“Our ﬁrst show was a great trial, and by the second show, I found my voice,” she recalled.“And things just got better, like they always do.” Because of the name, it’s no surprise to hear that most of the Women Fully Clothed audiences are mostly women.“Absolutely women are the ﬁrst to come to the show, but they will bring husbands and signiﬁcant others, and they’ll laugh as hard as the women do,” said Duke. “They get to laugh at themselves, but that’s what we’re all doing — we’re all about laughing at ourselves.” Pavlinek said that they’ve had a high number of male celebs come see them do their thing, too. “No man will leave this show thinking we’re assholes,” she laughed. “We have a great fan base,” added Greenwood. “We get positive comments on our website, on Twitter …. There was one time where someone called me a slut on YouTube, but frankly, I don’t think that’s a bad thing! I can be whatever I want.” What they want for the audience is to make them laugh like they’ve never laughed before.“I love it when people leave feeling lighter, and I think laughing does that,” said Pavlinek.“In fact, I bet there are studies that prove it.” Women Fully Clothed comes to the Lobero Theatre (33 E. Canon Perdido St.) on Sunday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m. Call 963-0761 or visit lobero .com for tickets and info.
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An intrepid musical traveler, Carter’s newest project showcases songs of the American South – the early blues, gospel, Cajun & Appalachian old-time country music. Her dynamic fiddle sets the stage for an ace Roots ensemble with accordion, guitar, bass and drums.
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FROM MANHATTAN TO MONTECITO New York Philharmonic Joins Forces with Music Academy of the West
MUSICAL UNION: ( FROM LEFT ) MAW’s Scott Reed teams up with New York Philharmonic Music Director Alan Gilbert and New York Philharmonic Executive Director Matthew VanBesien.
by Tom Jacobs
anta Barbara, it’s a wonderful town. The Mission’s up, and the Funk Zone is down. Granted, those lyrics don’t have quite the same ring as the original. But a slightly altered version of Leonard Bernstein’s Broadway classic “New York, New York” seems an appropriately joyous way to welcome the Manhattan-based orchestra he famously led. In an innovative partnership with the Music Academy of the West, the New York Philharmonic — the nation’s oldest and most prestigious symphony — is on its way to Santa Barbara. And unlike the sailors in On the Town, who had a single day to take in the city’s sights, the musicians have already signed up for repeat visits. Music director Alan Gilbert and certain key players will be on hand for each of the next four summers, teaching and performing as part of the Music Academy’s oﬀerings. And in two of those years — 2015 and 2017 — the full orchestra will be here, working with the Academy’s 140 young musicians (with an average age of just 23) and performing concerts for the community. “We didn’t want to be simply a tour stop for the Philharmonic,” said Music Academy president Scott Reed.“Rather than just performing and leaving, they will be immersing themselves in the community.” If all goes as hoped, the arrangement will beneﬁt both organizations. “They’re looking at expanding their teaching proﬁle; they feel that’s an important part of the evolution of the orchestra,” Reed said. “Our priorities aligned.” The partnership is more than two years in the making, according to Reed, who has long been pondering how to enhance the academy’s orchestral music program while retaining its emphasis on chamber music and master classes. That issue was on his mind when he went to hear the New York Philharmonic in May 2012, when CAMA brought the renowned ensemble to the Granada Theatre. “I was backstage talking to Alan and Matthew VanBesien, the orchestra’s executive director,” Reed recalled. “It was one of those conversations that ended with, ‘We should talk about doing something together sometime.’” At Reed’s invitation, VanBesien returned that summer and served as a judge in the academy’s annual Concerto Night competition. Impressed, he played the same role the following summer. Afterward, he and Reed started talking seriously about a joint project. “They are very interested in getting increased exposure on the West Coast,” Reed said, noting that the orchestra has a regular residency in Vail, Colorado, and will soon inaugurate another in Shanghai, China. “Great things are happening here on the musical scene, with the L.A. Phil-
harmonic at the forefront. That’s a shift and one I feel really proud to be a part of.” Reed declined to put a dollar ﬁgure on the project, except to say that boardmember Mike Keston and his wife, Linda, have donated $1.2 million as a kick-oﬀ gift. “Our board is ﬁscally prudent,” he insisted. “We have a funding plan in place that fully covers everything.” This summer, Gilbert will be in Montecito for a week, teaching two master classes and conducting a chamber orchestra concert. The ensemble, made up of Music Academy fellows, will perform July 26 in the Lobero Theatre. The orchestra’s assistant conductor, Joshua Weilerstein, will conduct this year’s Concerto Night concert July 19 in the Granada. Reed noted that he attended the Music Academy as a violinist and won the Concerto Night competition in 2008, making this “kind of a homecoming for him.” (And not just for him: 12 Music Academy alumni are members of the orchestra.) During the ﬁnal week of this summer’s session, three of the Philharmonic’s principal players will arrive to do some coaching and teaching. They’ll also oversee an audition process, selecting 10 fellows who will spend 10 days in New York in early January. “Each will be assigned a New York Philharmonic mentor,” Reed explained. “They’ll rehearse and perform with the New York Philharmonic as part of that week’s subscription concerts. That will be repeated each of the next four years, so a total of 40 fellows will go through that program.” In 2015, the entire New York Philharmonic will spend three days in Santa Barbara to work with Music Academy fellows and give a concert at the Santa Barbara Bowl.“The idea is to create a kind of Central Park experience here in Santa Barbara,” Reed said.“We hope people will bring their families. Ticket prices will be low. We want to ﬁll the Bowl with an enthusiastic audience.” Gilbert will return by himself for a week in 2016, and the entire orchestra comes back in 2017. Plans call for the Philharmonic and the Music Academy Orchestra to combine forces for a giant concert to be conducted by Gilbert and performed twice — once in Santa Barbara and a second time in Los Angeles. Reed added that the relationship may be extended.“We chose four years because there was a natural culmination opportunity — 2017 will be the Music Academy’s 70th anniversary,” he said. “But we’ll both be closely assessing how this works. Both of us have an equal stake in making this successful.” For more on the Music Academy of the West, visit music academy.org. ■
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SAY A LITTLE PRAYER Chvrches Play Coachella, Head to Ventura
by Jake Blair
t felt like a swift transformation for Glasgow’s Chvrches, going from a mysterious EP release to the third line of this year’s Coachella lineup. A trio of Glasgow music-scene veterans, Chvrches wrote and recorded most of their music in a basement studio, where the decision to form the band was originally made. The group — consisting of longtime friends and producers Iain Cook and Martin Doherty and vocalist/journalist Lauren Mayberry — started out as most do, by writing and recording. As for why they decided to name the band Chvrches (with a v), it came down to simple searchability; just try to Google “churches” or “churches music” or “churches live.” Now, three years, one EP, one fulllength record, and a bulging résumé of awards and critical distinctions later, Chvrches have practically become a household name. Despite their success, though, they’re intent on maintaining their own distinct feel and vision. And they’re eager to get back down into that basement. We recently chatted with Mayberry about her perspective on the media, the importance of maintaining creative control, and the best curry in Glasgow.
HERE’S THE STEEPLE: Glasgow’s Chvrches — (from left) Martin Doherty, Lauren Mayberry, and Iain Cook — head to Ventura in support of their breakthrough LP, The Bones of What You Believe.
Has your education and experience as a journalist impacted how you write as a musician? Or has it had an effect on how you interact with the media? I don’t think it necessarily makes me write diﬀer-
ently, but I think it makes how we interact with the media diﬀerent. Because even when I was a journalist, and I don’t mean to pat myself on the back too much, but I think I was one of the good guys who would report it as it was. I didn’t have a preconceived angle; I would develop my angle for a story after the interview was done. And that was a big learning curve at the beginning of this band, to learn that not necessarily everybody works like that. But beyond that, I was always in bands while I was writing anyways, so the two things are kind of separate for me. I would always think about that when I was writing something. Like, if it’s a review, I’ll just say, “It’s subjective; it’s your point of view, based on a record or based on a live show,” and I would never really think my opinion was fact. But now, I think it’s kind of funny to see the other side of that — when people really trust reviewers. Sometimes things can be really spot-on, like when you ﬁnd a reviewer who shares their taste with you. But I think that’s really quite rare. So taking something like a review as gospel is quite diﬃcult for me, I think.
Do you anticipate maintaining creative control getting more difficult as the band’s profile continues to grow? For us, creative control has been
pretty easy because we have two people in our band who come from a production background, so we can engineer and record the whole record ourselves and not have to be in with another producer. There isn’t another opinion involved. By the time we got signed, we had made a majority of the last record anyway, so labels kind of knew what they were getting, and there was never any question as to whether we’d be able to do those things. I also think it’s helpful that we’ve been able to work with people who are generally supportive of the things that we want to do. But I think that’s mostly just a case of keeping your brain on
— thinking every day about what you’re doing so you don’t end up, I don’t know, playing on a stage [with] a giant soda can or something.
Are you anxious at all about the next record? It seems like most of Chvrches’ music was produced in a relatively short amount of time up to this point. I guess. I mean, for us it probably doesn’t feel
as fast as it does to you guys in the public because we were making the record for a really long time before we started touring. And now we’re on the road a lot, so there’s not a lot of time for writing new things. I think it’s kind of about focusing on what’s important, and for us it’s ﬁnishing touring this record and writing and recording another one in pretty much exactly the same way that we did the ﬁrst time. I think when you lose sight of that, you kind of lose sight of where you’re coming from or what you’re supposed to be doing. I’ll be quite happy when it’s time to go home and get holed up in a studio again.
Speaking of home, any restaurant recommendations in Glasgow? I ﬁnd it quite hard to ﬁnd a place
for good curry when we’re on the road. We’ll be on tour, and I’ll want some curry — like really want some spicy vegetables — and then we’ll go someplace, and it’ll be terrible. When we go home, we’re quite into that because there’s quite a healthy Indian restaurant scene in Glasgow. So we go to this place called Mother India, which is really good. I’d recommend that. And it’s really close to the Kelvingrove Art Museum, which is really nice to go and visit. Chvrches plays the Majestic Ventura Theater (26 S. Chestnut St., Ventura) on Tuesday, April 15, at 8 p.m. Call 653-0721 or visit venturatheater.net for tickets and info.
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f you’re headed to Coachella this weekend, you’ve likely already marked Bonobo down on your Friday-night to-do list. For those sticking a little closer to home, though, the U.K. artist makes a midweek stop at the Majestic Ventura Theater on Thursday, April 17. The appearance comes in the midst of a yearlong tour for the electronic guru, who is alternating between deejay mode and full-production live shows as he globe-trots in support of his latest record, The North Borders. Like past Bonobo eﬀorts, Borders is a fully immersive aﬀair. Built oﬀ a steady foundation of beats, loops, and samples, the album is ﬁlled with slow-growing, symphony-fueled orchestrations. Guest vocalists like Erykah Badu and Grey Reverend make appearances, but it’s Bonobo’s imagery-conjuring soundscapes that tend to hold court here, making for the kind of pulsing, emotive grooves that festival mongers adore. Below, I caught up via phone with Bonobo (a k a Simon Green) during a recent four-day tour break in his new home of New York City. How are the shows going? Good. We just went to Europe. We’ve been going nonstop with the live show since last April. We’ve pretty much gone twice around the world. But the shows have been going really good. The set is growing and evolving; I feel like it’s getting to a higher level each time we do it. The tour schedule is a pretty even mix of live shows and deejay sets. How do the two compare? Well, I’ve been deejaying longer than I’ve been doing the live shows, and they’re diﬀerent in that I don’t think people approach the deejay shows in the same way as the live shows. I started deejaying in clubs, where it’s more about the environment and the music, whereas the live shows are more of an immersive experience. It’s more of a party, the deejaying. I’ll often play a show and then deejay an after-party, and it’s very diﬀerent; the live show is more of a spectacle, and the deejay set is more about the vibe of the party and the dance ﬂoor. I love it. You really only have to use one half of your brain when you’re deejaying. [Laughs.] But really, I still get a huge amount of joy out of it. For me, I really like listening to music really loud. I’m dancing as much as anyone else when I’m deejaying. The North Borders feels pretty different, infl uence-wise, than your previous records. How has the writing process changed for you over the years? It’s changed a lot. When I made my ﬁrst record, I was very naïve, and I didn’t know much about production, and I had a very basic amount of equipment, and I was just digging through vinyl for samples in a very old-fashioned way. It was very loop-based and very cut-and-paste, and that’s the way I started out. Over the years, I’ve expanded my production chops a little more and learned about compression and recording and multitracking and using a string section. I’ve been learning as I go. It’s all been a process of experimentation from day one. I think I’ve got a bigger palette now. That’s the main diﬀerence. But there’s also a lot of charm in the naïveté of those ﬁrst records because I was trying to emulate things I didn’t understand. What do you like about working solo? I was in bands when I was younger, and that’s a lot of the reason I started working solo — it was always a compromise. I liked the idea that I could layer myself and all my ideas; it was very refreshing at the time, the idea of creating this sonic template that was my own. Now I use guest musicians on the records, but it’s one percent of the process, really. It sounds very collaborative, but it’s actually two years of me working on a record and one afternoon of working in a studio with someone. Bonobo plays the Majestic Ventura Theater (26 S. Chestnut St., Ventura) on Thursday, April 17, at 8 p.m. Call 653-0721 or visit venturatheater.net for tickets and info.
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DESERT DAZE: Say what you will about the annual two-weekend desert deluge known as Coachella. Now 14 years into its hot, sweaty, music-ﬁlled run, many old-school Coachellagoers will tell you the fest has jumped the shark, the crowds have ballooned to unwieldy proportions, the lineup just “ain’t what it used to be,” et cetera, et cetera. As a decade-long veteran of the event, I’ll simply say that if you’re headed to Indio for the ﬁrst time this year, you’re guaranteed to have a great time. Just, dear god, don’t forget the sunscreen.
DOUBLE EXPOSURE: Beck plays two shows on two nights at the Arlington Theatre before headlining both Sundays of Coachella’s two-weekendlong run. For those of us staying local, though, the next two weeks are bringing with them some of the hottest shows the will host all year. And if you’re up for some late nights and a little bit of driving, it promises to be one hell of an action-packed good time. The party kicks oﬀ a solid 48 hours before the Coachella gates even open when Beck makes a two-night stop at the Arlington Theatre this Wednesday and Thursday, April 9 and 10. (He headlines Coachella on Sunday, April 13 and 20.) Touring on the heels of his recently released Morning Phase, Beck’s Arlington sets are sure to focus on his mellower, more intimate jams. Here’s hoping this also means a solid resurrection of the tunes from his 2002 acoustic opus, Sea Change. Tickets for
Thursday night’s show can be purchased online by visiting thearlingtontheatre.com. Also on this week’s Coachella overﬂow list is Aussie psych-rock duo Jagwar Ma, which makes its Santa Barbara debut on Wednesday, April 16, at SOhO Restaurant & Music Club. (The band plays both Friday afternoons in Indio.) Like fellow Down Under guitar noodlers Tame Impala, Jagwar Ma create tunes that are dizzying exercises in layering and soundscape creation. Pedals, loops, and synthesized eﬀects are exacted with a heavy hand, resulting in some beautiful sonic palettes — not to mention some seriously mind-expanding instrumental compositions. (See “Backwards Berlin,” from the band’s 2013 LP, Howlin, for a taste.) Wednesday night’s show kicks oﬀ at 8 p.m. For tickets and info, call 962-7776 or visit clubmercy.com. GOULDEN GIRL: Working our way south, the Coachella cup continues to overflow at the Majestic Ventura Theater, thanks to shows from Bonobo (see p. 89), Chvrches (see p. 87), and the incomparable Ellie Goulding, who headlines the venue on Wednesday, April 16. Operating somewhere in between the danceﬂoor-igniting fury of Robyn and the glittering synth spectacular of Florence + The Machine, Goulding pens the kind of electro-pop torch songs that were meant for hot desert nights. (Check out “Anything Could Happen” for a nice little crash course.) The young singer makes an impressive top-of-the-marquee Coachella return on Friday, April 11 (and again on Friday, April 18). And in between those shows, she hits the stage at the Majestic for one very sold-out night. But, as anyone who’s seen Ellie live will tell you, this is one ticket well worth the trouble of a Craigslist search. For info, call 653-0721 or visit venturatheater.net. ALSO THIS WEEK: On Monday, April 14, the Eastside Boys & Girls Club hosts N.Y.C. roots musician Vincent Cross. Touring in support of his latest, folk-centric oﬀering, 2013’s A Town Called Normal, Cross will plug in for a live taping and post-set Q&A as part of the club’s Live from the Music Box sessions. The event starts at 4 p.m. and is free and open to all ages. Call ■ 962-2382 for info.
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Lost in the Present Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, and Samuel L. Jackson star in a film written by Christopher Markus and directed by Anthony and Joe Russo. Reviewed by D.J. Palladino
e’s masked and ridiculously buﬀ, but, just like us, he has trouble fitting in with the life he was handed. Maybe that sounds like standard-issue comic-book agony, beﬁtting A STAR IS REBORN: In Captain America: The Winter Soldier, every hero from Peter Parker to Howard the First Avenger (Chris Evans) reteams with Black Widow the Duck, but this ﬁlm tries and succeeds (Scarlett Johansson) to face a foe from his past. at extending the idea. Captain America has been asleep since his heyday. He comic-book-plausible plot to launch a Fourth Reich. was the best of the greatest generation: a WWII superhero. While The Winter Soldier lacks all that 1940s panache The ﬁrst resurrection movie located him in his own time and fedora appeal, it’s beautifully set up and, more imporzone; it was thick with gorgeous style, boogie-woogie tantly, fraught with consequences — or at least the Marvel musical numbers, and a war set within the bigger war. But version thereof. (In comic books, nobody dies forever.) The now he’s here with no way home. The new ﬁlm opens with ﬁlm’s best scenes nod to the Captain’s past, like a touching a seemingly routine rescue of hostages on a pirated tanker. reunion with his Army girlfriend Peggy Carter. (At least There are gymnastic battles and snappy banter between two villains return, too.) The worst parts take place when our hero and the fabulous Black Widow (Scarlett Johans- the ﬁlmmakers lose their narrative nerves and go all Star son), but it all quickly grows more immersive. Converg- Wars on us. (For suspense to work, you can’t insulate a hero ing plots reveal a nicely complicated Looking-Glass War from harm — just look at boring Superman.) Luckily, this pointing in all directions. Meanwhile, the good guys are set of tights comes with some great moves, a requisite quoundermined, and the audience is left to wonder whether tient of awe, and, best of all, a built-in sense of permanent Samuel L. Jackson or Robert Redford might be behind the loss. The credits are amazing, too.
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The Lunchbox. Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur, and Nawazuddin Siddiqui star in a film written by Ritesh Batra and Rutvik Oza and directed by Batra. Reviewed by Josef Woodard
long with the many virtues that make The Lunchbox one of the great subtle delights of this cinema season, the ﬁlm BEYOND THE PAIL: Though on paper its story may also gains considerable points by virtue of seem bland, The Lunchbox, starring Irrfan (Life of Pi) what it isn’t. Consider ﬁrst-time writer/director Khan, is a feast of a film. Ritesh Batra’s refreshing, old-school antidote to the sins of a modern cinema scene increasingly beholden mistakenly delivered daily — via the famed dabbawalas’ to the incursion of smartphoned angles and new twists well-oiled lunch delivery system — to a downtown urban on old romantic tropes — even in the case of the artistic clerical worker (Irrfan Khan, seen recently in Life of Pi). triumph, Her, whose love story on parallel, non-physical The plot thickens and gains hints of spice, to just the right love makes for an easy comparison. The Lunchbox takes its savory degrees, to borrow apt epicurean references. time and lures us into its humane, anti-sensational world, However dry the story might seem on paper, The Lunchbox is a surprisingly engaging ﬁlm drawn from an in a way rarely seen in theaters near us. In this disciplined, carefully constructed ﬁlm, built almost-minimalist plot machinery, notable for what it on a narrative made of the stuﬀ of a good short story, leaves to the teased imagination. We never see our protagothe power of slow-mo romantic inklings are conveyed nist’s auntie upstairs, although she is a strong and recurthrough actual, handwritten letters between fate-mingled ring presence, and we learn of her husband’s philandering strangers and the virtually aromatic interactions of mak- only through sniﬀed shirts in the laundry. Reﬂections on ing and sharing food. (Spoiler alert: This is one of those marriage and mortality sneak in from the corners of the ﬁlms which may tickle salivary glands and inspire visits story, often through the side plot of the worker’s eager and to Indian restaurants.) The crazed bustle and seemingly respectful young replacement (Nawazuddin Siddiqui). dehumanizing daily life in Mumbai, conveyed through More importantly, the long-distance slow dance of secret frequent congested scenes on trains and trams, contrasts epistles and emotional sharing coheres into a precious, the economical tale of a young wife/mother (Nimrat beautifully proportioned little feast of a ﬁlm, delivered hot Kaur) whose elaborately made lunches in shiny metal tins, and fresh to our unsuspecting senses.
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Whether by cosmic coincidence or attitudinal self-alignment, Jason Bateman’s snarky dark comedy Bad Words will naturally ﬁnd itself as a logical alphabetical neighbor of Billy Bob Thornton’s Bad Santa. Both ﬁlms feature politically incorrect, antiheroic protagonists who freely ﬂing about bad words and cynical, selfserving ’tudes, while also gleefully violating the implicit tenet in ﬁlm and theater, whereby all is fair game — except when it comes to harming (or harming the feelings of) children or animals. Bateman, making a solid and rather risqué debut as director and actor here, plays a master of words — both the bad kind and in vocabulary and spelling chops — with intellectual child abuse in mind. Sneaking through a loophole in the rules of a national spelling bee championship, he becomes a 40-year-old word gymnast, competing with wee ones a quarter his age, and without his hard-edged cunning, much to the chagrin of parents and administrators. But he is a cool customer, driven by an ulterior motive (best left unrevealed here), and at the ready with cutting remarks and evil schemes for his foes. Natch, as in Bad Santa, there are redemptive, mostly late-breaking warm spots in screenwriter Andrew Dodge’s narrative, including a friendship with a nerdy, unﬂappable Indian-American kid (Rohan Chand) and his casual-sexual banter with a journalist (the wonderful, underrated Kathryn Hahn). In the center of it all, Bateman is the right man for the job(s) here. While he burst onto the screen as the lone voice of reason in TV’s ingenious Arrested Development, his ﬁlmography thus far has revealed Bateman to be a bit of a dark comic genius. In the ﬁnal determination, Bad Words, at its best and on its own rogue comedy terms, is pretty &!#*?@-ing good. (JW) Plaza de Oro
✯ Captain America: The Winter Soldier (136 mins.; PG-13: intense sequences of violence, gunplay, action throughout)
Reviewed on page 95. Camino Real (2- D and 3-D)/ Metro 4 (2-D and 3-D)
✯ Draft Day (109 mins.; PG-13: brief strong language, sexual references) Ivan Reitman’s football movie opens a little stagy; the backroom dialogue feels gussied-up, and the absence of profanity in the oﬃce behind the locker room is just plain unbelievable. But once the skin trading begins — a little clock in the corner of the screen keeps reminding us when the
actual NFL draft will open — the script takes on a nicely burnished complexity. The script is pure Hollywood. Every scene is fraught with conﬂicting emotions, while the ﬁlm’s trajectory moves us forward toward absolute doom — until it suddenly isn’t. Maybe the stars are a bit worn; it’s hard to imagine Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner as a viable couple, but makeup and talent heal the breach. But the real pleasures of Draft Day don’t emerge until Costner’s character starts sweating out details of the trades he’s making for his team, the loss-haunted Cleveland Browns. He’s oﬀered the moon, but his guts warn him that safer might be better. Then suddenly the ﬁlm blooms into a dynamic split-screen series of editing wonders. With tricks pioneered by the Wachowski siblings, Draft Day pokes out of boxes, follows protagonists across scenes in wipes, and dramatically pops and isolates them. It’s as if the screen has a will of its own. The movie itself dazzles, too. The story combining documentary realism — the NFL allowed Montecito Pictures to shoot the real live draft proceedings — with a whirl of postproduction tricks, making for two hours’ worth of magical sports news. Ironically, it took a bunch of ﬁlmmakers from Toronto to make a football movie full of gentle ﬁnesses. (DJP) Camino Real/Paseo Nuevo
✯ The Lunchbox
(104 mins.; PG: thematic material, smoking) Reviewed on page 95. Plaza de Oro
PREMIERES Oculus (105 mins.; R: terror, violence, some disturbing images, brief language)
A woman tries to exonerate her brother, who was convicted for murder, by placing the blame on a supernatural phenomenon. Camino Real/Metro 4
The Raid 2 (150 mins.; R: sequences of strong bloody violence throughout, sexuality, language)
A rookie Jakarta cop goes undercover with a gang of thugs in an attempt to uncover corruption within the police force. Fiesta 5 Rio 2 (101 mins.; G) A family of parrots from Rio de Janeiro is transported into the wilds of the Amazon, where they struggle to ﬁt in. Fairview (2-D and 3-D)/ Fiesta 5 (2-D and 3-D)
SCREENINGS Bottle Rocket (91 mins.; R: language) Writer/director Wes Anderson’s 1996 feature-ﬁlm debut follows three friends as they attempt to pull oﬀ a simple rob-
bery. Owen Wilson, Luke Wilson, and Ned Dowd star. Mon., Apr. 14, 10pm, Isla Vista Theater, 960 Embarcadero del Norte
✯ Dallas Buyers Club (117 mins.; R: pervasive language, some strong sexual content, nudity, drug use) Matthew McConaughey plays a hardand fast-living electrician living in Dallas in the 1980s who is diagnosed with HIV. Dallas Buyers Club is another feather in the Stetson for McConaughey, who plays that certain type of American hero so well — the tough-minded lone wolf ﬁghting a good ﬁght on his own terms. (JW) Sun., Apr. 13, 4:30pm, Ojai Playhouse, 145 E. Ojai Ave., Ojai
Ernest & Celestine (80 mins.; PG: some scary moments)
Wed., Apr. 16, 7:30pm, Plaza de Oro
Tue., Apr. 15, 7pm, UCSB’s Pollock Theater
No Look Pass (87 mins.; NR) A ﬁrst-generation Burmese immigrant and women’s basketball star strives for success on and oﬀ the court while attending Harvard. Wed., Apr. 16, 6pm, UCSB’s MultiCultural Center
Diego Luna directs and Michael Peña stars in this biopic about the civil rights activist and labor organizer. As a movie, Cesar Chavez’s results are uneven, lapsing into sentimental clichés and slackness amid more gripping aspects. (JW) Fiesta 5 Divergent (139 mins.; PG-13: intense violence and action, thematic elements, some sensuality)
(102 mins.; PG-13: mature thematic material, drug and alcohol use, sexual content including references, a fight — all involving teens)
Stephen Chbosky directs the ﬁlm based on his award-winning novel about an introverted high school freshman who befriends two adventurous seniors. It’s not a perfect ﬁlm, but Perks does perfect service to the universal adolescent experience of dizzying alienation. (JW) Fri., Apr. 11, 10pm, Isla Vista Theater, 960 Embarcadero del Norte
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (100 mins.; R: some sequences of intense action violence, frightening images)
Susan Sarandon and Tim Curry star in this 1975 cult classic about a newly engaged couple who must seek the help of the bizarre Dr. Frank-N-Furter after their car breaks down. Fri., Apr. 11, midnight, Isla Vista Theater, 960 Embarcadero del Norte
The Royal Tenenbaums (110 mins.; R: language, sexuality/nudity, drug content)
Wes Anderson’s 2001 masterpiece tells the story of an estranged family of eccentric prodigies that reunite when their father announces his terminal illness. Mon., Apr. 14, 7pm, Isla Vista Theater, 960 Embarcadero del Norte
Camino Real/Metro 4
God’s Not Dead (113 mins.; PG: thematic material, brief violence, an accident scene)
A college student’s faith is tested when he meets a philosophy professor who doesn’t believe in God. Fiesta 5
✯ The Grand Budapest Hotel (100 mins.; R: language, some sexual content, violence)
Wes Anderson’s latest chronicles the adventures of Gustave H., a concierge at a famous European hotel, and the lobby boy he forges a lifelong friendship with. Grand Budapest is beautiful in all the right ways, but the whimsical plot is all quirks and turns of comic phrase. You will laugh and maybe cry, but it’s no Rushmore or Moonrise Kingdom. (DJP) Fairview/Paseo Nuevo Le Week-End (93 mins.; R: language,
A British couple returns to Paris to rekindle their romance. It’s hard to dismiss this sometimes dorky ﬁlm, mostly due to the keen performances of the leads and a dazzling tour de force cameo by Jeﬀ Goldblum. (DJP) Riviera Mr. Peabody & Sherman (92 mins.; PG: some mild action, brief rude humor)
Inventor, scientist, and adventurer Mr. Peabody travels back in time with his adopted boy to ﬁx a rift in time. Despite some moments of punny brilliance, this Peabody is too well plotted and not half as well written as what the Bullwinkle gang mustered half a century ago. (DJP) Fiesta 5 (2-D)
✯ Muppets Most Wanted
PG: some mild action)
In the midst of a world tour, the Muppets get wrapped up in a European jewel-heist caper plotted by an evil Kermit the Frog look-alike and his sidekick. Even though Most Wanted boasts some of the same writers as the previous sequel and returns director James Bobin to the tale, it feels like it’s more about retaking Manhattan rather than scoring new generations. It goes on a bit too long, too. (DJP) Paseo Nuevo
Noah (138 mins.; PG-13: violence, disturbing images, brief suggestive content)
The Way We Were (118 mins.; PG: sexuality, language, drinking, smoking)
Robert Redford and Barbra Streisand star in this 1973 romantic drama about a couple whose political views and personal convictions drive them apart. Screens as part of the Future of the Past ﬁlm series. Thu., Apr. 17, 7pm, UCSB’s Pollock Theater
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In a world where people are divided based on virtues, a young girl (Shailene Woodley) discovers she’s a Divergent and won’t ﬁt in. Despite the big-screen pleasures, moments of suspended disbelief ultimately get in the way of a complete good time. But there are plenty of small-plate treats along the way. (JW)
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✯ The Perks of Being a Wallflower
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Russell Crowe stars in this take on the biblical tale of a man who takes extreme measures to protect his family from an impending ﬂood. Darren Aronofsky directs. Noah is so vastly epic in its blundering that some smart people want to call it profound and ignore the patently stupid qualities that make it so unintentionally humorous and, worse, mostly boring. (DJP) Camino Real/Paseo Nuevo
Fukushima: Memories of the Lost Landscape (111 mins.; NR) Matsubayashi Yojyu’s 2011 documentary chronicles life in Minamisōma directly following the tsunami and earthquake that damaged the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Screens as part of the Nuclear Japan: Japanese Cinema Before and After Fukushima ﬁlm series.
Cesar Chavez (101 mins.; PG-13: some
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Based on the book by Gabrielle Vincent, this animated French ﬁlm tells the tale of a bear named Ernest who ﬁnds an unlikely friend in a mouse named Celestine.
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(Mar. 21 - Apr. 19): Freedom is the most important kind of joy you can seek right now. It’s also the most important subject to study and think about, as well as the most important skill to hone. I advise you to make sure that freedom is ﬂowing through your brain and welling up in your heart and spiraling through your loins. Write synonyms for “freedom” on your arm with a felt-tip pen: liberation, emancipation, independence, leeway, spaciousness, carte blanche, self-determination, dispensation. Here’s one more tip: Connect yourself with people who love and cultivate the same type of freedom you do.
(June 21 - July 22): In 2007, J. K. Rowling ﬁnished writing the seventh volume of her seven Harry Potter books, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. The day it was published it sold 11 million copies. But Rowling had actually written the ﬁnal chapter of this last book way back in 1990, when she ﬁrst conceived the story she was to spend the next 17 years working on. She knew the climax right from the beginning. I foresee a similar theme unfolding for you in the coming weeks, Cancerian. As you plot a project you will be developing for a long time to come, you will have a vision of what it will be when it becomes fully mature.
(Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): Are you thinking of linking your fortunes to a new ally? Or deepening your collaboration with a familiar ally? Have you fantasized about bonding intensely with a source that may be able to give you more of what you want and bring out more of the best in you? These prospects are worth contemplating, Libra. But I suggest you let your connection ripen a bit more before ﬁnalizing the shift. I’m not necessarily saying there’s a potential problem. I simply suspect that you need further exploration and additional information before you can make the smartest move possible.
(Dec. 22 - Jan. 19): Capricorn author J. R. R. Tolkien spent 14 years working on The Lord of the Rings. In using a typewriter to produce over 1,200 pages, he relied solely on his two index ﬁngers. He never learned the ten-ﬁnger typing method. I suppose it didn’t matter in the end. Presumably, his impediment didn’t aﬀect the quality of his work, but only made it harder to accomplish and required him to spend a lot more time. Is there a ﬁxable limitation on your own ability to achieve your dream, Capricorn? Is there some handicap you could, with eﬀort, overcome? If so, now would be an excellent time to begin.
(Apr. 20 - May 20): It’s Love Your Messes Week, Taurus. In accordance with the astrological omens, you are authorized to love the hell out of the messes in your life — from the small, awkward knots of confusion to the big, beautiful heaps of fertile chaos. This is not a time to feel embarrassed or apologize for your messes, not a time to shy away from them or ignore them. On the contrary, you should explore them, celebrate them, and even take advantage of them. Whatever else they are, your messes are untapped sources of energy. Learn to love them for the mysterious lessons they keep teaching you. Love them for the courage and willpower they compel you to summon. Love them for the novelty they bring your way and the interesting stories they add to your personal legend.
(Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): Saturn has been in the sign of Scorpio since October 2012 and will be there until the end of 2014. (It will make another visit from June to September 2015.) What does that mean? I have a view of Saturn that’s diﬀerent from many astrologers. They regard it as the planet of limitation, struggle, and diﬃculty. Here’s what I think: While Saturn may push you to be extra tough and work super hard, it also inspires you to cut away extraneous desires and home in on your deepest purpose. It motivates you to build strong structures that free you to express yourself with maximum eﬃciency and grace.
(Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): “The truth’s superb surprise,” wrote poet Emily Dickinson, may be “too bright for our inﬁrm delight.” Sometimes we’ve got to be careful about articulating what’s really going on. “The truth must dazzle gradually,” she said. If it hits us too fast and hard, it may be diﬃcult to digest. So did Emily suggest that we should lie and deceive? No.“Tell all the truth,” she declared,“but tell it slant.” This is excellent advice for you in the coming days, Aquarius.
(Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): “You cannot use butterﬂy language to communicate with caterpillars,” said psychologist Timothy Leary. That’s good advice for you to keep in mind in the near future. You might want to ﬁnd a way to carry on constructive dialogues with people who have a hard time understanding you. It’s not necessarily that they are stupid or resistant to your charms. The problem is that they haven’t experienced some of the critical transformations you have. They can’t be expected to converse with you in your butterﬂy language. Are you willing and able to speak caterpillar?
(May 21 - June 20): “A snowball’s chance in hell” is an American idiom that’s equivalent to saying “it probably won’t happen.” After all, a snowball would instantly melt if exposed to the scorching ﬁres that rage in the underworld. But what if there’s an exception to this axiom? Let’s call on another American idiom: “when hell freezes over.” It’s another way to say “it probably won’t happen.” But the truth is that now and then a cold front does indeed sweep through the infernal region, icing its ﬂames. When that happens, a snowball’s prospects of surviving there improve dramatically. And that’s exactly what I predict will happen for you in the coming week.
(July 23 - Aug. 22): When you see your shadow, it’s usually right next to you. It’s there on the ground or ﬂoor, a fuzzy black shape that follows you around closely. But today I saw my shadow waving back at me from afar. I was standing on top of a hill, and the sun’s rays created a dusky version of me in the meadow way down below. I think this is a useful metaphor for an opportunity that’s available to you. In the coming days, you will be able to view the shadowy, undeveloped parts of your personality as if from a distance. That means you will have more objectivity about them, and thus greater compassion. You can get a calm, clear sense of how they might be mucking with your happiness and how you could transform them.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21): When I took an intermediate painting class in college, our ﬁrst assignment was to imitate an old master. My choice was the Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1525-1569). I worked on reproducing his painting “The Fight Between Carnival and Lent” as precisely as I could. It was tedious and liberating. I invoked Bruegel’s spirit and prayed for his guidance. I sank my psyche deeply into his. By the end of the four-week process I’d learned a lot about painting. Given the current astrological omens, Sagittarius, I suggest you try something similar. Pick someone who excels at a way of working or a state of being that you would like to master yourself, and copy that person for a while. For best results, have fun with it. Play!
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American BEACHBREAK CAFE, 324 State St, 962‑2889. $ Open 7a‑2:30p 7 days a week. Covered outdoor patio on State. Great Breakfast & Lunch.
Bistro/Cafe JACK’S BISTRO & “FAMOUS BAGELS” 53 South Milpas (In Trader Joe’s Plaza) 564‑4331; 5050 Carpinteria Ave, Carpinteria 566‑1558. $ Extensive menu, beer & wine, on site catering ‑ Call Justen Alfama 805‑566‑1558 x4 Voted BEST BAGELS 16 years in a row! www.bagelnet.com
Cajun/Creole THE PALACE Grill, 8 E. Cota St., 963‑ 5000. $$$. Open 7 days, Lunch 11:30a‑ 3p, Dinner 5:30p, V MC AE. Contemporary American grill w/ a lively, high‑energy atmosphere & fun, spontaneous events. Featuring fine grilled steaks, fresh seafood, delicious pastas, select American Regional specialties, like Blackened Crawfish‑ stuffed Filet Mignon, Louisiana Bread Pudding Souffle. Cajun Martinis, unique beers & well selected wine list. Lunch starts early enough for a late breakfast & ends late enough for an early supper. Voted “Best Team Service” since 1988. Rave reviews in Gourmet Magazine, Gault‑Millau Travel Guide, Zagat & Sunset Magazine.
OPAL RESTAURANT & Bar 1325 State PACIFIC CREPES 705 Anacapa St. St. 966‑9676 $$.Open M‑S 11:30a & 7 882‑ 1123.OPEN Tues‑Fri 10a‑3p & nights 5p. V MC AE Local’s Favorite, 5:30p‑ 9p, Sat 9a‑9p, Sun 9a‑3p From Eclectic California Cuisine fuses the flags of Bretagne & France to the creative influences from around “Au revoir, a bientot”; experience an the world with American Regional authentic French creperie. Delicious touches: Chile‑Crusted Filet Mignon crepes, salads & soups for break‑ to Pan‑ Seared Fresh Fish & Seafood, fast, lunch & dinner. Tasty Crepe Homemade Pastas, Gourmet Pizzas, Suzette or crepe flambee desserts. Fresh baked Breads, Deliciously Specials incl. starter, entree & des‑ Imaginative Salads & Homemade sert. Homemade with the best fresh Desserts. OPAL radiates a friendly, products. Relax, enjoy the ambi‑ warm atmosphere graced by our fun ence, the food & parler francais! Bon efficient Service, Full bar, Martinis, Appetit! pacificcrepe.com Wine Spectator award‑winning wine list, private room. Lunches are PETIT VALENTIEN, 1114 STATE ST. affordable and equally delicious. #14, 805‑966‑0222. Open M‑F 11:30‑ 3pm (lunch). M‑Sat 5pm‑Close (din‑ PIERRE LAFOND Wine Bistro 516 ner). Sun $24 four course prefix State Street 962‑1455 $$ Open dinner. In La Arcada Plaza, Chef Every Day M‑F 11a‑9p Sat/Sun Robert Dixon presents classic French 9a‑ 10p Brunch Sat/Sun 9a‑3p comfort food at affordable cost Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. A local in this cozy gem of a restaurant. favorite since 1993. California cui‑ Petit Valentien offers a wide array sine showcasing the best local prod‑ of meat and seafood entrees along ucts. Steamed Mussels, Flatbreads, with extensive small plates and a Grilled Duck Breast, Vegetarian wine list specializing in amazing dishes, Sherry Wine cake, Wines quality at arguably the best price from around the world. Happy Hour in town. A warm romantic atmo‑ Mon‑Sat 4:30‑6:30. Sidewalk patio. sphere makes the perfect date spot. www.pierrelafond.com Comfortable locale for dinner parties, or even just a relaxing glass of wine. Reservations are recommended.
YEN CHING 2840 De La Vina St. 682‑ 7191 7 days/wk M‑Sun 11a‑9p, ALL YOU CAN EAT Buffet: Lunch M‑F 11‑2 Sat & Sun Lunch 11‑2:30, Dinner Buffet 5:10‑8:30 incl all you can eat steak, shrimp & crab legs‑ Discounts for kids. Owner /Chef Joe Tzeng‑ Master Chef 25+yrs serving traditional Mandarin & Szechuan delicacies. All day take out‑ FREE delivery after 5pm
Coffee Houses SB COFFEE Roasting Company 321 Motor Way SB 962‑5213– NOW WITH FREE WI‑FI! Santa Barbara’s premiere coffee roasting company since 1989. Come in for the freshest most delicious cup of coffee ever and watch us roast the best coffee in town at our historic Old Town loca‑ tion ‑ Corner of State & Gutierrez. Gift baskets, mail order & corporate gifts avail. sbcoffee.com.
Ethiopian AUTHENTIC ETHIOPIAN CUISINE Featured at Petit Valentien Restaurant 1114 State St. #14, 805‑966‑0222. Open Sat‑Sun Lunch ONLY 11am‑2:‑ 30pm. Serkaddis Alemu offers in ever changing menu with choices of vegitarian, vegan, and meat options. Catering Avaliable for parties of up to 40 people.
RENAUD’S PATISSERIE & Bistro, 3315 State St. in Loreto Plaza, 569‑2400 & 1324 State St. Ste N 892‑2800 $$ M ‑ Sat 7‑ 5, Sun 7‑3 & M‑Sun 7‑ 3 Wide selection of whole‑ some French pastries. Breakfast & lunch menu is composed of egg dishes, sandwiches & salads rep‑ resenting Renaud’s favorites. Our Brewed coffees & teas are proudly 100% Organic.
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Indian FLAVOR OF INDIA 3026 State 682‑ 6561 $$ www.flavorofindiasb.com VOTED BEST 17yrs. Finest, most authentic Indian cuisine is afford‑ able too! All You Can Eat Lunch Buffet $8.95 M‑S dinner combos $9.95+ Specials: Tandoori‑ Mixed or Fish, Chicken Tikka Masala, Shrimp Bhuna. Also: meat, curries & vegetar‑ ian.Wine & Beer. Take out. 20yrs of Excellence! INDIA CLUB/SPICE 5701 Calle Real. 805‑967‑7171. Moved from State Street, brand new location! Authentic Indian Cuisine. Zagat Rated since 2006. A family owned restaurant from London, lunch buffet $9.95 7 days a week, w/ special Dosa menu on Sat. & Sun. Beer & Wine. Open 7 days a week.
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INDIA HOUSE, 418 State St. Next to 99 Cent Store 805.962.5070. 7 days 11:30a‑ 3:30p ALL YOU CAN EAT Lunch Buffet $8.95. Dinner 5p‑9p. Tandori & North Indian Muglai spe‑ cialties. World Class Indian Chefs at your service! Traditional floor seating. Indian & Draft Beers, Local Wines. www.indiahouseusa.com
NAAN STOP ‑ Popular, Casual Dinining, Indian Restaurant w/ Boba drinks, rice vegan bowls starting from $4.95 & combos starting from $6.95! 966 Embarcadero del Mar 685‑4715. Open 7 Days a Week
KYOTO, 3232 State St, 687‑1252.$$. Open 7days M‑F 11:30a‑2p; Sat Noon‑ 2:30p Lunch; Sun‑Thur 5‑10p Dinner, Fri‑Sat 5p‑10:30p.Complete Sushi Bar. Steak & Seafood Specials! Sashimi, Teriyaki, original Japanese appetiz‑ ers & Combination Boat Dinner. SB’s only TATAMI Rooms reservations sug‑ gested. Beer, Wine & Sake.Take Out. Birthday customers get FREE tempu‑ ra ice cream & photo on our website! KyotoSB.com
Irish DARGAN’S IRISH Pub & Restaurant, 18 E. Ortega St. (next to lot 10) SB, 568‑0702. $$. Open 7 days 11:30a‑ Close (Food ‘til 10p, 11p on Sat/ Sun). AE MC V Disc. Authentic Irish food & atmosphere in downtown SB. Specialties from Ireland include Seafood & Meat dishes. Informal, relaxed pub‑style atmosphere. Live music Thursday nights. Children wel‑ come. Avail. for private parties. Pool & Darts.
ICHIBAN JAPANESE Restaurant/ Sushi Bar, 1812 Cliff Dr., 805‑564‑7653. Mon‑Sat Lunch 11:30‑2:30. Dinner 7 days a week, 5‑10pm. Lunch Specials, Bendo boxes. Full sushi bar, tatami seats. Fresh Fish delivered all week.
Mexican PALAPA 4123 State St. 683‑3074 $$ BREAKFAST 7am daily. Big Breakfast burritos, machaca, chorizo & eggs, chiliquiles, Organic mexican cof‑ fee & Fresh squeezed OJ, pancakes, omelets & lunch specials. Fresh sea‑ food dinners.
ALDO’S ITALIAN Restaurant 1031 State St. 963‑6687. $$ Open 7 days. NATURAL CAFE, 508 State St., 5 Lunch & Dinner. V MC AE DC DV. blocks from beach. 962‑9494 Goleta‑ Local SB favorite for over 25 years 5892 Hollister 692‑2363. 361 Hitchcock offers fast, friendly service in the heart Way 563‑1163 $. Open for lunch & din‑ of downtown. Dine outdoors in our ner 7 days. A local favorite for dinner. heated courtyard. Enjoy new home‑ Voted “Best Lunch in Santa Barbara” style cuisine like Chicken Parmigiana “Best Health Food Restaurant” “Best or Fresh Fish specials in a comfort‑ Veggie Burger” “Best Sidewalk Cafe able, romantic atmosphere. Vegan & Patio” “Best Fish Taco” all in the Gluten‑ Free Pasta and Salad Options Independent Reader’s Poll. Daily available. Wine & Beer. Full menu at: Specials, Char‑Broiled Chicken, Fresh www.sbaldos.com Fish, Homemade Soups, Hearty Salads, Healthy Sandwiches, Juice Bar, Microbrews, Local Wines, and the Best Patio on State St. 9 loca‑ tions serving the Central Coast. www.thenaturalcafe.com
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Steak RODNEY’S Grill, 633 East Cabrillo Boulevard at The Fess Parker – A Doubletree by Hilton Resort 805‑564‑ 4333. Serving 5pm – 10pm Tuesday through Saturday. Rodney’s Grill Menu is Fresh and New. Featuring all natural hormone‑free beef and fresh seafood, appetizers, and incredible desserts. The place to enjoy dinner with family and friends by the beach. Private Dining Room for 30. Full cock‑ tail bar with specialty cocktails. Wine cellar with Santa Barbara County & California best vintages by‑the‑glass www.rodneyssteakhouse.com
Thai YOUR PLACE Restaurant, 22 N. Milpas St., 966‑5151, 965‑9397. $$. Open Mon 4‑9:45pm Tues‑Thurs & Sun 11:30a‑9:45p, Fri/Sat 11:30a‑10:30p. V MC AE. Your Place ‑ The One & Only. Voted “BEST THAI FOOD” for 26 years by Independent and The Weekly readers, making us a Living Legend! Lunch & dinner specials daily. Fresh seafood & tasty vegetar‑ ian dishes. Santa Barbara Restaurant Guide selected us as the Best Thai Restaurant for exceptional dining reflected by food quality, service & ambiance.
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SOJOURNER CAFÉ, 134 E. Canon Perdido 965‑7922. Open 11‑11 Th‑Sat; 11a‑10:30p Sun‑Wed. SB’s natural foods landmark since 1978 Daily soups & chef’s specials, hearty stews, fresh local fish, organic chick‑ en dishes,salads & sandwiches & award winning dessert . Espresso bar, beer, wine, smoothies, shakes & fresh juices sojournercafe.com
Sour beers are the most envelope‑pushing ales imaginable, with pungent flavors causing many first‑timers to pucker, and not always with glee. This beer, from a Portland, Oregon brewery that’s focused on sours, makes a nice entry point, with enough yeasty life to give you the idea, but suavity, thanks to the barrel aging, to make it appeasing to those breaking into a new style. It also manages to appeal to the sour faithful, as it’s been laid down atop fresh pressed grapes for an additional three months, delivering the unique characteristics sour fanatics enjoy exploring. Now on sale at Bin 2860 in Los Olivos. See bin2860.com and cascadebrewingbarrelhouse.com.
Wine Country Tours
SPENCER’S LIMOUSINE & Tours, 884‑ 9700 Thank You SB, Voted BEST 18yrs! Specializing in wine tours of all Central Cal Wineries. Gourmet picnic lunch or fine restau‑ rants avail TCP16297 805‑884‑9700 www.spencerslimo.com
RENEGADE WINES: 417 Santa Barbara St. Ste A‑6, 805‑568‑1961. Tues‑Fri 11a‑6p, Sat. 12‑6p. Sun‑Mon by appointment. SB’s oldest wine shop, over 23 years same location. We are Santa Barbara’s premier wine retailer, offering a wide variety of local and imported wines. Our diverse assort‑ ment of wine comes from the world’s finest vineyards with prices starting around $9. View our full inventory @ www.renegadewines.com. We store your wine. 3000sq feet of temp. con‑ trolled wine lockers; 8 case lockers‑300
case rooms. Off‑street parking. 2 blocks from State St. (2nd driveway @ 126 E. Haley) Monthly tastings & pri‑ vate tastings available. We ship wine. Keep in touch: Facebook, Google+, Twitter
Wineries/Tasting Rooms BABCOCK WINERY & VINEYARDS. 5175 HWY 246 Sta. Rita Hills. 805‑736‑ 1455 Open 10:30‑5 p.m. daily. Join us for a day of Wine & Tacos at our Annual Open House on Saturday April 12th. Sample current release wines along with Future tastings and sales of our upcoming Déjà Vu Pinot Noir and The Limit Chardonnay. Call for more details and to RSVP! For 30 years, Bryan Babcock has been honing his craft. Venture into beautiful wine country and savor his extraordinary collection of expressive single vine‑ yard wines, rarely offered outside of the winery. Taste highly acclaimed Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, and shop for eclectic gifts in a newly reno‑ vated, vintage inspired atmosphere. www.babcockwinery.com SANTA BARBARA Winery, 202 Anacapa St. 963‑3633. Open Sun‑ Thurs 10a‑6p & Fri‑Sat 10a ‑ 7p, small charge for extensive tasting list. 2 blocks from both State St & the beach. This venerable winery is the coun‑ ty’s oldest‑ est.1962, and offers many internationally acclaimed wines from their Lafond Vineyard in the Santa Rita Hills. Try some of Winemaker Bruce McGuire’s small production bottling. www.sbwinery.com
Y O U R J O U R N E Y S TA RT S H E R E
The Restaurant Guy
by JOHN DICKSON
Fire & Ice Museum Café
he Santa Barbara Museum of Art at State Street has announced that Fire & Ice Events is the new operator for the Museum Café, with a vision that is a celebration of the “Art of Food.” The new eatery is now open with regular hours of Tuesday-Sunday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. and st Thursdays 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. The café at the museum had been closed for about two months after the previous operator, Brenda Simon, decided to focus more eﬀort on her catering business. Examples of the Fire & Ice Museum Café menu include salads, soups, sandwiches (including chicken banh mi, croque-monsieur panini, and grilled market vegetable); tasting platters that include cheese, hummus, fruits, olives and ﬂatbread; and both savory and sweet pastries. The eatery also oﬀers exclusive single-source coﬀee from the El Imposible region of El Salvador. A full menu is posted on the museum website at sbma .net/cafe. Peter Sonderegger, Fire & Ice’s creative director, comments, “We are so pleased to bring our philosophy of recreating, reinventing, and reimagining artful and ﬂavorful cuisine to the Santa Barbara community, especially via the prestige of the Santa Barbara museum of Art.”
BREWS AT THE BEACH: The 2nd annual “Brews at the Beach” is being held on Saturday, April 12, from noon - 4 p.m. (11 a.m. for VIP) at Chase Palm Park soccer ﬁeld. Patrons are invited to taste unlimited oﬀerings from more than 40 brewery and ﬁve cider companies, as well as listen to local musicians perform. Tickets are currently on sale for $40 for general admission and $75 for VIP admission. For ticket purchase and information, visit brewsatthebeach.com. TAP THAI REOPENS: Tap Thai restaurant, which closed their De la Vina Street location last month, has reopened at State Street, the former home of Brummis. RUMOR MACHINE: Word on the street is that Crushcakes & Café, with three locations on the South Coast, is interested in ﬁnding a spot in the Funk Zone. As always, this rumor might be completely false or a brilliant forecast of future events. Your call. ELEPHANT BAR UPDATE: Every week my inbox is hit with rumors about possible tenants to replace now-closed Elephant Bar at Firestone Road in Goleta. Recently I was contacted by a businessman named Clint Orr who says he would like to replace the E-Bar with a country-music dance hall named “Airport Honky Tonk.” Orr tells me that he has no lease but plans to contact the City of Santa Barbara, which owns the property, to see if there is any interest in his proposal. The dance hall would be operated by the nonproﬁt California Country Dance Foundation. BREAKFAST AT TACO BELL’S: Taco Bell is now
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SANTA BARBARA MUSEUM OF ART
SANTA BARBARA VINTNERS
APRIL 10-13, 2014 WINEMAKER DINNERS, EDUCATIONAL WINE FOCUSED SEMINARS, WINERY & TASTING ROOM OPEN HOUSES, VINEYARD WALKS, GOLF TOURNAMENT, FARM-TO-TABLE PICNIC, CONCERT EVENT FESTIVAL GRAND TASTING WITH MORE THAN 100 SANTA BARBARA COUNTY WINERIES PRESENTING AND SELLING THEIR WINES ON APRIL 12 AT RIVER VIEW PARK, BUELLTON
STATE OF THE ART: Fire & Ice creative director Peter Sonderegger has opened his new Museum Café inside the Santa Barbara Museum of Art on State Street.
available locally for sometime because Santa Barbara was one of many test markets. The Waﬄe Taco and A.M. Crunchwrap are now oﬀered nationwide as part of the largest menu expansion in Taco Bell history. “Fans already like to come to Taco Bell for lunch and dinner, and they share with us their love of late night. Now they’re not just asking, but telling us they want Taco Bell Breakfast,” said Taco Bell president Brian Niccol. Taco Bell’s full breakfast menu is oﬀered at more than 5,500 participating restaurants nationwide and features the following items: the Waﬄe Taco, the A.M. Crunchwrap, Cinnabon Delights, Breakfast Burrito with Bacon, Breakfast Burrito with Sausage, Steak and Eggs Burrito, A.M. Grilled Taco with Bacon, A.M. Grilled Taco with Sausage, Sausage Flatbread Melt, Hash Brown, Premium Hot Coﬀee, and Tropicana Orange Juice. 65TH ANNIVERSARY: You have probably seen the AJAX penguin van around town at some point. AJAX Santa Barbara Refrigeration at East Montecito Street, a local industry leader to many well-known clients in the restaurant/hospitality industry and many other businesses and institutions, is celebrating its 65th anniversary. AJAX’s core business is in commercial refrigeration, ice-making equipment, full-service ice machine leasing, and preventive maintenance programs. Recent projects include work at the Santa Barbara Bowl and the renovation at the El Encanto Hotel. Sales & Leasing Manager Michael Gardner tells me, “It is very exciting to be part of AJAX’s 65th year. We have been making huge changes to the way we operate and communicate in the 21st century. We are using technology to help the company grow and compete, but we will always oﬀer an old-fashioned personal touch and customer service that has been a Santa Barbara tradition for 65 years.” For more information, call 963-1322 or visit ajaxrefrigerationandac.com.
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defined in section 58 (b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. Other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. YOU MAY EXAMINE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE‑154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code Section 1250. A Request for Special form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for Petitioner: Jeffrey B. Soderborg, #264666; Barnes & Barnes 1900 State Street, Suite M Santa Barbara, CA 93101; (805) 805‑687‑ 6660. Published Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. notiCE oF pEtition to adMiniStEr EStatE oF: LYnn Joan HouSton no: 1439989 To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, contingent creditors, and persons who may otherwise be interested in the will or estate, or both of LYnn Joan HouSton a pEtition For proBatE: has been filed by: rauL gonZaLEZ in the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara tHE pEtition For proBatE requests that rauL gonZaLEZ be appointed as personal representatives to administer the estate of the decedent. tHE pEtition requests the decedent’s will and codicils, if any, be admitted to probate. The will and any codicils are available for examination in the file kept by the court. tHE pEtition requests authority to administer the estate under the Independent Administration of Estates Act. (This authority will allow the personal representative to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before taking certain very important actions, however, the personal representative will be required to give notice to interested persons unless they have waived notice or consented to the proposed action.) The Independent administration authority will be granted unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. a HEaring on the petition will be held in this court as follows: on 04/17/2014 AT 9:00 a.m. Dept: Five SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA, located at 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Anacapa Division. IF YOU OBJECT to the granting of the petition, you should appear at the hearing and state your objections or file written objections with the court before the hearing. Your appearance may be in person or by your attorney. iF You arE a CrEditor or a contingent creditor of the decedent, you must file your claim with the court and mail a copy to the personal representative appointed by the court within the later of either (1) four months from the date of first issuance of letters to a general personal representative, as defined in section 58 (b) of the California Probate Code, or (2) 60 days from the date of mailing or personal delivery to you of a notice under section 9052 of the California Probate Code. other California statutes and legal authority may affect your rights as a creditor. You may want to consult with an attorney knowledgeable in California law. You MaY EXaMinE the file kept by the court. If you are a person interested in the estate, you may file with the court a Request for Special Notice (form DE‑154) of the filing of an inventory and appraisal of estate assets or of any petition or account as provided in Probate Code Section 1250. A Request for Special form is available from the court clerk. Attorney for Petitioner: James F. Cote , #088161; 319 East Carrillo Street, Suite 107, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; (805) 966‑1204.
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FiCtitiOus Business name statement FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Blackbird Food Company at 5390 Overpass Road Suite B, Goleta, CA 93111; Blackbird Foods, Inc 27 West Anapamu Street Suite 269, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: Brien Seay This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 6, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000682. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Servpro of goleta, Servpro of Santa Barbara at 6485 Calle Real, Suite H, Goleta, CA 93117; SB Restoration, Inc. (santa address) This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: Brian dutter This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 11, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000717. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: 5 B Seafood at 619 Orchard Ave, Santa Barbara, CA 93108; Lia Wiegand (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Lia Elena Wiegand This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 11, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000720. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Sng interiors at 5006 Birchwood Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93111; Shelby Gudgeon (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Shelby gudgeon This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Feb 25, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000552. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: goodland Bookkeeping at 251 Mathilda Drive #1, Goleta, CA 93117; Sara Gibson (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Sara gibson This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Feb 26, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑0000573. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Centershift at 430 S Fairview Avenue, Santa Barbara, CA 93117; Yardi Systems, Inc (same address) This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: gordon Morrell, Secretary This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 7, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑0000690. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Skin Care By rachel at 30 West Mission Street #4, Santa Barbara, CA 93105; Rachel Michaelson 1313 East Gutierrez, Street Santa Barbara, CA 93120 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: rachel Michaelson This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 4, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑0000659. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014.
FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: pJt Builders at 575 Central Avenue, Buellton, CA 93427; Patrick John Carlin Tuliao (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 14, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000771. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Visitor’s passbook at 3463 State Street #331, Santa Barbara, CA 93105; Visitors Pass LLC (same address) This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company Signed: rodrigo Castillo This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 14, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000768. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Himalayan taxi Services Company at 3969 Via Lucero #209, Santa Barbara, CA 93110; Kunleg Tshering (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Kunleg tshering This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 5, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000666. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: trendy golf uSa at 308 Palm Avenue, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Tgusa Inc (same address) This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: adrienne J.Cass This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 5, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000671. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Cristina Fiore at 2211 White Avenue, Santa Barbara, CA 93109; Christina Penniman (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Christina penniman This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 13, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000759. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Big Lips designs, John H. Higgins & associates Business Consulting Service at 7143 Emily Lane, Goleta, CA 93117; John H Higgins (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: John H. Higgins This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 13, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000763. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: rancho tres Hermanos at 5096 Cathedral Oaks Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93111; Matthew J. Lum (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Matthew J. Lum This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 13, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000754. Published: Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: payless Loans, rapid tax at 4129 State Street Suite A, Santa Barbara, CA 93110; BPCM Holdings CA, Inc at 1410 Dustry Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80905 This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: patrice gallardo This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 06, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000683. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Lucky dog at 2014 Foothill Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93105; Christine Simms (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Christine Simms This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 24, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000868. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014.
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FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: anelise Salvo design Co. at 609 West Carrillo Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Anelise Salve (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: anelise Salvo This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 24, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000867. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: renaissance antiques, renaissance antiques of Solvang, renaissance design and antiques, renaissance design of Solvang, renaissance antiques and design, renaissance Companies, renaissance design and antiques of Solvang renco, inc., renaissance antiques and design of Solvang, renaissance design, renaissance design Center at 1607 Mission Drive, Suite 202, Solvang, CA 93463; Renco, Inc. (same address) This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: Julie palladino, Sect’y This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 10, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000697. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: anger Management Specialists (aMS) at 16 West Mission Street Suite T, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Randy William Gale (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: randy William gale This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 14, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑0000782. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Santa Barbara Homestay placement Services at 200 Salisbury Avenue, Goleta, CA 93117; Elise Bahia (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Elsie Bahia This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 17, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000796. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Seven Bar & Kitchen at 224 Helena Ave, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Principal Hospitality, LLC (same address) This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company Signed: Mike gomez, Managing partner This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 19, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000829. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: taste Santa Barbara, taste SB Food tours, taste Santa Barbara Food tours, taste SBFt, taste SB at 27 West Anapamu Street, #390 Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Whatevanly, LLC (same address) This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company Signed: Evan Elizabeth Schoolnik This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 18, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑0000816. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: rose Limo and Shuttle at 320 West Carrillo Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Kamal Alqudsi 246 West Alamar #6, Santa Barbara, CA 93105 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: alqudsi Kamal This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 18, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑0000809. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: rose Cab at 320 West Carrillo, Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Alqudsi Kamal Husein 246 West Alamar #6, Santa Barbara, CA 93105 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: alqudsi Kamal This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 18, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑0000810. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014.
FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: glint Candels at 3016 De La Vina, Santa Barbara, CA 93105; Chris Reeder (same address) This business is conducted by a General Partnership Signed: Lacey grevious This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 18, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000806. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Harbor office Solutions at 1626 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Jay William David Gilson (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Jay gilson This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 18, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000697. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Cellar door, Cellar door Wine, Cellar door Wine Selections, inc. at 1324 Highland Road, Santa Ynez, CA 93460; Cellar Door Wine Selections, Inc. (same address) This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 10, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Carol Kraus. FBN Number: 2014‑0000708. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Left Coast realty at 242 Rametto Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108; Nell Eakin (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: nell Eakin This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 24, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000838. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Linda del, Monarch realty at 1984 Northwood Road, Nipomo, CA 93444; Delsales Corp (same address) This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: Linda del Castillo This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 11, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Deborah Sanchez. FBN Number: 2014‑0000727. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Martellotto Cellars, Martellotto Wine productions at 35 Industrial Way, Buellton, CA 93427; Martellotto, Inc. at 12934 Francine Terrace, Poway, CA 92064 This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 21, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000853. Published: Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Startone pro Electronics at 57 Tierra Cielo Lane, Santa Barbara, CA 93105; Starchild Labs (same address) This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: Steve McQuilliams This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 19, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000830. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Lotechs at 1920 San Pascual Street, Ste 11, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Lotechs, LLC (same address) This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company Signed: Lot deLeon This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 06, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000675. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: riviera Market at 416 East Micheltorena Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Munir Dakhil 4022 Equestrian Way, Lancaster, CA 93536 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Munir dakhil This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 24, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑0000875. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014.
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FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: SB Wine tours at 100 North La Cumbre Road #6, Santa Barbara, CA 93110; Drivo, Inc. 1765 Garnet Avenue #84, San Diego, CA 92109 This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: daniel guerrera This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 20, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000842. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Silk road transportation, LLC at 1024 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Silk Road Transportation, LLC (same address) This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company Signed: Siamak Zanbi This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 25, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000881. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/ are doing business as: Multimedia Barn, Santa Barbara idX, SBidX at 32 San Pica Way, Goleta, CA 93117; Hani Abughazaleh (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Hani abughazaleh This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 14, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000776. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: 4 paws at 200 North F Street, Lompoc, CA 93436; Lauren Ashley Jessup (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Lauren Jessup This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 12, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Carol Kraus. FBN Number: 2014‑0000734. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/ are doing business as: Cruisers paradise BMX Shop at 216 Milpas Street Santa Barbara, CA 93103; Edgar Hernandez 116 North Alisos Street Santa Barbara, CA 93103 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Edgar Hernandez This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Apr 1, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000958. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: piano gastrolounge at 129 East Anapamu Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Boiler Club, LLC 4551 Glencoe Ave, Suite 210 Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company Signed: Michael ganz, owner This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 14, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑0000783. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/are doing business as: ambassador House SB at 1601 Anacapa Street Santa Barbara, CA 93111; Peter M Chiarenza 1610 De La Vina Santa Barbara, CA 93101 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: pete M Chiarenza This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on April 7, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑0001021. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014. FiCtitiouS BuSinESS naME StatEMEnt The following person(s) is/ are doing business as: iconic Seafood Santa Barbara at 5190 Carpinteria Avenue Carpinteria, CA 93013; Andy Perry (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Lindsey Mickelson This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 25, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000886. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014.
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/ are doing business as: Lark Enterprises of Santa Barbara at 180 Kingston Ave Unit B Goleta, CA 93117; Leslie Anne Russell (same address); This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Leslie Russell This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 31, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in
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is conducted by a Limited Liability Company Signed: This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 19, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000822. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORKSHOPS May 6, 2014, 3:00 pm – Santa Maria Santa Maria Public Library, Shepard Hall 421 South McClelland St, Santa Maria, CA May 8, 2014, 3:00 pm – Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Central Library, Faulkner Gallery 40 East Anapamu St, Santa Barbara, CA
Updating District Guidelines to Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions under the California Environmental Quality Act The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District’s Environmental Review Guidelines provide procedures for the District and other agencies to use when reviewing projects under the California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA. The District’s Guidelines are applied directly to projects for which the District is the lead agency under CEQA, including District permits, rules, and plans. The state’s CEQA guidelines have included a framework for addressing climate change impacts since 2010. The District proposes to update its Environmental Review Guidelines to include guidance for evaluating the significance of the impacts of greenhouse gas emissions from new or modified stationary sources. The District will lead the workshops listed above to provide the framework and gather input from stakeholders and the public. Draft revisions to the District’s Guidelines will be developed and presented at another public workshop for input. Proposed revisions and a summary of input from the public workshops will be reviewed by the District’s Community Advisory Council, and may be brought to the District’s Board for adoption. The following individuals or groups may be interested in attending these workshops:
• Proponents of projects with new or modified stationary sources of air pollution in Santa Barbara County; • Agencies in Santa Barbara County that serve as lead agencies under CEQA; • Concerned members of the public; • Agencies, organizations and industries involved in climate change/greenhouse gas impact evaluation and mitigation.
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Pacific Diagnostic Laboratories, LLC (PDL) is a for‑profit clinical laboratory established in response to the community’s need for a local, high quality clinical laboratory. PDL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital (www.cottagehealthsystem. org). Located in Santa Barbara, California, PDL’s goal is to provide the Tri‑Counties area of Central California (which includes San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties) with the highest quality of laboratory services as well as an unmatched level of customer service. PDL’s centralized location, state‑of‑the art facility and logistics planning allows us to provide same‑day results to clients throughout the area. Our test menu is the largest between Los Angeles and
Cottage Health System is currently in need of a full‑time lead cook, for the day/evening shift. Job duties include planning and preparing products according to recipes that meet standards of quality and quantity, and meet portion control guidelines. Temperature control, sanitation and timeliness are equally important. Knowledge of commercial kitchen equipment operation. 1+ years of sous chef or lead cook experience, and Food Handler Card or ServSafe Cert required. Culinary Arts degree preferred. Cottage Health System offers an excellent compensation package that includes above market salaries premium medical benefits, pension plans, and tax savings accounts. Please apply online at: www.cottagehealthsystem.org. EOE
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: B&E Photography at 1427 Laguna Street #73 Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Brandon Brown (same address) Erica Brown (same address) This business is conducted by a Married Couple Signed: This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 13, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000753. Published: Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/ are doing business as: Fasting Center International at 27 West Anapamu St. #360 Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Dennis Paulson 2065 Mission Ridge Rd #2 Santa Barbara, CA 93103 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Dennis Paulson This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Apr 1, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000966. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Prison Yoga Project Santa Barbara at 351 Paseo Nuevo, 2nd Floor Santa Barbara, CA 93101; Virginia Davis Kuhn 2470 Calle Almonte Santa Barbara, CA 93109 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Virginia Kuhn This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Apr 1, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN Number: 2014‑0000969. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/ are doing business as: American Riviera Landscaping at 2720 Las Positas Road Santa Barbara, CA 93105; Zacarias Gonzales (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: Zacarias Gonzalez This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 31, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000953. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Providence, Providence, A Santa Barbara Christian School at 3723 Modoc Road Santa Barbara, CA 93105; Providence SBCS, Inc. Santa Barbara, CA 93105 This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: Thomas R. Smith, Providence SBCS, Inc. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Apr 3,
2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000988. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Corse Moto Transport, Pista Moto Transport at 1537 Cliff Drive Santa Barbara, CA 93109; Corse Moto Transport, Inc. (same address) This business is conducted by a Corporation Signed: Daniel Trotti, President This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Apr 3, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Gabriel Cabello. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000990. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/ are doing business as: 805 Roadside Towing at 823 East Mason Street Santa Barbara, CA 93103; Aaron Boucher 1811 Bath Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Apr 2, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Adela Bustos. FBN Number: 2014‑0000974. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Fenestra Counseling at 284 Calle Esperanza Santa Barbabra, CA 93105; Megan Kauffman (same address) This business is conducted by a Individual Signed: This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on Mar 26, 2014. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN Number: 2014‑ 0000906. Published: Apr 10, 17, 24. May 1 2014.
Name Change IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF OGDEN SUSAN RUSSELL ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE NUMBER: 1440338 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: A petition has been filed by the above named Petitioner(s) in Santa Barbara Superior court proposing a change of name(s) FROM and TO the following name(s): FROM: OGDEN SUSAN RUSSELL TO: OGDEN SUSAN MERENBACH THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. NOTICE OF HEARING May 21, 2014 9:30am, Dept 6, 1100 Anacapa Street,
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PO Box 21107, Santa Barbara, CA 93121‑1107; Anacapa Division. A copy of this order to Show Cause shall be published in the Independent, a newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county, at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition. Dated Mar 14, 2014. by B. Delabra; Deputy Clerk for James E. Herman, Judge of the Superior Court. Published. Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014. IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF ARLENE RAMIREZ ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE NUMBER: 1439817 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: A petition has been filed by the above named Petitioner(s) in Santa Barbara Superior court proposing a change of name(s) FROM and TO the following name(s): FROM: Mary Nicole Ramirez TO: Marynicole Ramirez THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter shall appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. NOTICE OF HEARING Apr 9, 2014 9:30am, Dept 6, Courthouse, 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 A copy of this order to Show Cause shall be published in the Independent, a newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county, at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition. Dated Feb 4, 2014 by James E. Herman, Judge of the Superior Court. Published Mar 27, Apr 3, 10, 17, 2014.
Notice to Creditors NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF PAULA L. MORAN, DECEASED SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA CASE NUMBER: 1440214 In re the Matter of The PLM REVOCABLE TRUST OF 2005 created November 1, 2005 by PAULA L. MORAN, Deceased; and AMENDMENT TO PLM REVOCABLE TRUST created September 22, 2006, by PAULA L. MORAN, Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors and contingent creditors of the above‑named decendent, that all persons having claims against the decendent are required to file them with the Santa Barbara County Superior Court, at 1100 Anacapa Street, P.O. Box 21107, Santa Barbara, California 93121‑1107 and mail copy to Senaida Moran, as Successor Trustee of the PLM Revocable Trust of 2005 dated November 1, 2005 which Decendent, as her capacity as settlor and trustee of the aforementioned trust, created an Amendment to PLM Revocable Trust on September 22, 2006, c/o Larry Laborde, Esq., Laborde & Daugherty, 21 East Canon Perdido Street, Suite 305, Santa Barbara, California 93101, within the latter of four months after March 27,
medical, dental and immediately vested 401(k). Please apply online at: www. pdllabs.com. EOE
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2014 (the date of the first publication of notice to creditors) or, if notice is mailed or personally delivered to you, 60 days after the date this notice is mailed or personally delivered to you. A claim form may be obtained from the court clerk. For your protection, you are encouraged to file your claim by certified mail, with return receipt requested. Signed: Larry Laborde, Esq. Attorney for Senaida Moran, Successor Trustee. Laborde & Daugherty 21 East Canon Perdido Street, Suite 305, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. (805) 963‑4567. Published: March 27, April 3, 10, 2014.
Public Notices SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA COUNTY CASE NO. 1416910 In the Matter of the Maloney Family Trust Dated September 21, 1995, as Amended ORDER (1) REMOVING SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE; (2) APPOINTING SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE, AND; (3) TO SHOW CAUSE RE: BEING IN POSSESSION OF, OR HOLDING TITLE TO, PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE TRUST; AND HAVING, IN BAD FAITH, WRONGFULLY TAKEN, CONCEALED, OR DISPOSED OF PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE TRUST At the request of Petitioner’s counsel,, IT IS ORDERED: 1. Effective immediately, BARTON MALONEY is removed as Successor Trustee of the Maloney Family Trust dated September 21, 1995, as amended (the “Trust”); 2. Upon the filing of the Consent to Serve as Successor Trustee, in which JONNA consents to serve as Successor Trustee of the Trust, the court clerk shall issue the Certificate of Trustee Appointment, Wherein the court clerk certifies that JONNA CUSHMAN is the duly appointed and acting trustee of the Trustee; 2. That BARTON shall appear on April 10, 2014, at 9:00 a.m., Department 5 of the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Santa Barbara, located at 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, to show cause why he should not be adjudged to: 3.1 Be in possession of, or hold title to real or personal property belonging to the Maloney Family Trust dated September 21, 1995, as amended; and 3.2 To have, in bad faith, wrongfully taken, concealed, or disposed of property belonging to the Maloney Family Trust dated September 21, 1995, as amended. 4. BARTON may be served with this order by publication.Attorneys for Petitoner, Jonna Cushman; Boris Siegel‑SBN 128600; Lewis M. Wolensky‑ SBN 171183; Joshua J. Herndon‑ SBN 244106; SIEGEL & WOLENSKY LLP 380 S. Melrose Drive, Suite Suite 209 Vista, CA 92081; (760)643‑4166; E‑mail: swlaw@ siegelwolensky.com Dated: March 11, 2014. Judge of the Superior Court: Colleen K. Sterne Published March 20, 27. April 3, 10, 2014.
employment MEDICAL ASSISTANT
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE Provides medical and administrative support to the physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners, assisting with exams and procedures, filling out necessary paperwork, taking phone messages and running errands as needed. Reqs: Training or experience as a Medical Assistant. High school diploma and 1 year of appropriate experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Notes: Fingerprinting required. Must be able to work M, T, W, F 8‑5 and Th. 10‑7. Student Health requires that clinical staff must successfully complete and pass the background check and credentialing process before employment and date of hire. Any HIPAA or FERPA violation is subject to disciplinary action. Mandated reporting requirements of child abuse. This is an 11 month per year,100% time, career position. Furlough taken during quarter breaks and summer months. Student Health is closed between the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays. $17.78/hr. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Deadline extended. Reapplication unnecessary. Apply online at https://Jobs.ucsb.edu Job #20140084
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HOUSING & RESIDENTIAL SERVICES Responsible for all major maintenance projects that include construction and/ or building improvements/equipment and provides the technical leadership on new construction/ renovations that include planning and development, various inspections during all phases of construction. Reqs: Minimum seven years of experience in design and/or construction of capital improvement projects. Experience with new construction and/or renovation of residence hall, apartments, dining facility, office, classroom, and building infrastructure. Demonstrated ability to manage project scopes and budgets, prepare/review plans and specifications, and coordinate work with contractors. Excellent communication skills and
computer literacy. BA degree or equivalent experience in management positions. Strong organizational, productivity, and leadership skills. Strong computer skills. Strong analytical and communication skills both written and verbal. Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with others. Notes: Fingerprinting required. Maintain a valid CA driver’s license, a clean DMV record and enrollment in the DMV Employee Pull‑Notice Program. $5,925. ‑ $8,058/mo. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Apply by 4/21/14 Apply online at https://Jobs. ucsb.edu Job #20140136
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EDUCATION AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE Develops, implements and coordinates the Alcohol and Drug program’s prevention education and outreach efforts to promote healthy and safe behavior regarding alcohol and drug issues. Creates, maintains, and markets all outreach campaigns to students, campus community, and community stakeholders. Builds and sustains dynamic collaborative working relationships with wide range of campus and community partners to prevent and reduce alcohol and drug abuse. Reqs: Bachelor’s Degree and at least 2 years of experience in health promotion and/or prevention in higher education (preferably related to alcohol, drugs and other addictive behaviors) or equivalent combination of experience. Notes: Fingerprinting required. Mandated reporting requirements of child abuse. Student Health requires that all staff must successfully complete and pass the background check process before employment and date of hire. Any HIPAA or FERPA violation is subject to disciplinary action. This is a 100% time position. Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends at out of town and on campus meetings and conferences. Student Health is closed between the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays. $20.80/ hr. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For primary consideration apply by 4/29/14, thereafter open until filled. Apply online at https://Jobs.ucsb.edu Job #20140128
CALIFORNIA NANO SYSTEMS INSTITUTE Responsible for reconciling the general ledger and maintaining accuracy of information recorded in the accounting system; researching, analyzing and reconciling discrepancies in financial data; auditing purchasing; prepares reports and performs statistical analysis. Reqs: Familiarity with University policies and procedures related to financial administration. Note: Fingerprinting required. $18.91 ‑ $22.99/hr. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For primary consideration, apply by 4/18/14 thereafter open until filled. Apply online at https://Jobs.ucsb.edu. Job #20140134
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AUDIT AND ADVISORY SERVICES Responsible for planning and conducting a wide variety of audits, advisory services, and investigation projects, including projects of moderate to high complexity including IT audits. Performs and documents audits and advisory services in accordance with the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and Practice Advisories established by the Institute of Internal Auditors, the University of California Internal Audit Manual, and UCSB Audit and Advisory Services procedures. Supervises staff auditors on assigned projects, and works
closely with other Audit and Advisory Services staff in a collaborative team approach to complete projects and help ensure that the Audit and Advisory Services organization meets it goals and objectives. Reqs: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, computer science, or a related field. Three to five plus years of relevant experience. Notes: Fingerprinting required. Salary up to $80,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Open until filled. Apply online at https:// Jobs.ucsb.edu Job #20140038
AUDIT AND ADVISORY SERVICES This is an entry level position responsible for performing and documenting a wide variety of audits, advisory services, and investigations projects. Performs and documents audits and advisory services in accordance with the International Standards for the Professional Practices Framework and Practice Advisories established by the Institute of the Internal Auditors, and the UC Internal Audit Manual. Works closely with other Audit and Advisory Services staff in a collaborative team approach to complete projects and help ensure that the Audit and Advisory
Services organization meets its goals and objectives. Reqs: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, computer science, or a related field. Note: Fingerprinting required. $20.80 ‑ $29.12/hr. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For primary consideration apply by 4/20/14, thereafter open until filled. Apply online at https://Jobs.ucsb.edu Job #20140137
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OFFICE OF RESEARCH Provides key analytical support to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research and directors within the Office of Research. Researches, analyzes and organizes data derived from a variety of internal and external high level reports. Composes and edits, including confidential, executive level correspondence on a solicited and unsolicited basis. Acts on behalf of the senior staff by researching, providing answers and facilitating exchange of information to campus and external customers. Handles a wide variety of financial and operational duties. Independently coordinates procurement activities including vendor purchases and procurement card (Flex card) activities and manages all travel and entertainment actions. Reqs: Excellent oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated high level of initiative and creative problem solving. Ability to handle multiple projects on a daily basis. Ability to work independently and as part of a team to accomplish goals. Experience using word processing and database programs. Notes: This is a 50% time position working M‑F. Fingerprinting required. $18.91/ hr. The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For primary consideration apply by 4/15/14, thereafter open until filled. Apply online at https://Jobs.ucsb.edu Job #20140126
Having a positive impact on others, and feeling fulfillment in return, is a cornerstone of the Cottage Health System culture. As a community-based, not-for-profit provider of leading-edge healthcare for the Greater Santa Barbara region, Cottage emphasizes the difference each team member can make. It’s a difference you’ll want to experience throughout your entire career. Join us in one of the openings below.
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We offer an excellent compensation package that includes above-market salaries, premium medical benefits, pension plans, tax savings accounts, rental and mortgage assistance, and relocation packages. What’s holding you back? For more information on how you can advance your future with these opportunities, or to submit a resume, please contact: Cottage Health System, Human Resources, P.O. Box 689, Pueblo at Bath Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93102-0689. Please apply online at www.cottagehealthsystem.org.
Please reference “SBI” when applying. EOE
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275 King Daniel Lane Santa Barbara This AWESOME 4,318 sq ft (largest Crown Collection floorplan) 5 bedroom/4 bathroom estate has a ground floor in-law suite w/ separate entrance and custom upgrades throughout: gourmet kitchen, vaulted ceilings, whirlpool tub, his/her walk-in closets, home theater with built-in speakers, 2 fireplaces, 400 sq ft office, crown molding, peek of the ocean, custom cabinets, covered patio and more!
Price: $1,485,000 JOHN THYNE III John@GTprop.com 805-899-1100
2000 State Street,Santa Barbara CA Bureau of Real Estate, Lic #01356582
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Goleta 5050 Birchwood 2BD/1.5, Sun 1‑4, $489,000.00, Gloria Carmichael 805.896.6567, Coldwell Banker
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Spring MOVE‑IN Specials. 2BDs $1470+ & 3BD flat or townhouses $2190. Near UCSB, shops, park, beach, theater, golf. Sesame Tree Apts 6930 Whittier Dr. Hector or Ricky 968‑2549
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Clean, quiet, healthy Goleta home has a large room for rent. Good neighborhood, cozy yards and beautiful gardens. Reasonable rent. Safe environment. 805‑685‑0611
Misc. For Sale
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Zorra is a shy girl that needs more socialization. She is very loving but needs someone that will take her out in society. She is spayed, up to date on shots, and microchipped.
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These dogs would be ever so thankful if you could give them their forever home
Max is a sweet guy that is slowly coming out of his shell. He is lowkey and would do better is a calm environment. He is neutered, up to date on shots, and microchipped.
Meet Cheen Wu
Cheen Wu is a sweet guy that came from a bad situation. He is very loving but needs more “world experience”. He is neutered, up to date on shots, and microchipped.
Cold Noses Warm Hearts (805) 964-2446 • (805) 895-1728 • www.coldnoses.org 5758 Hollister Avenue, Goleta, CA 93117
These dogs would be ever so thankful if you could give them their forever home
april 10, 2014
2674 DORKING PLACE
2567 BANNER AVENUE
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1075 CHELTENHAM ROAD
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2280 BELLA VISTA DRIVE
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Caitlin Benson: (805) 699-5102 1132 NIRVANA ROAD
15 W. PADRE STREET
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211 BOESEKE PARKWAY
275 KING DANIEL LANE
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1532 CASTILLO STREET
367 CHELSEA LANE
1721 SANTA BARBARA ST.
401 ORILLA DEL MAR
501 BRINKERHOFF AVENUE
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941 VIA NIETO
231 COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
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424 COMMERCE COURT
7630 HOLLISTER AVE. #120
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