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Ted Adams and Michael S. Williams
Apr 21, 2014 -
Planning your health future (Ted Adams)
When I stop to count my many blessings, and I do it more often as I get older, I thank whatever controlling entities there may be that I live at a time when we have advanced as far as we have medically. I most likely would not have achieved my first decade if I had been born 50 years earlier. More»

  • Apr 14, 2014 -
  • The rule of low (Michael S. Williams)
  • Apr 7, 2014 -
  • Many take Forest Service for granted (Ted Adams)
  • Mar 31, 2014 -
  • Remembering Joe Pasinato, Mr. Forest Service (Michael S. Williams)
  • Mar 24, 2014 -
  • Tsunami scenarios (Ted Adams)

    Pacific Log

    Peter Howorth
    Apr 20, 2014 -
    Experts reject effort to name great white as endangered
    "The petition to list the Northeastern Pacific population of white shark as threatened or endangered is not warranted," concluded Charlton H. Bonham, director of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (formerly Fish and Game). A similar petition to list the great white shark under the federal Endangered Species Act was shot down a few months ago. In both cases, More»

  • Apr 13, 2014 -
  • Peeves about dog owners at the beach
  • Apr 6, 2014 -
  • AUAS reorganized under new leadership
  • Mar 30, 2014 -
  • Sea foam not as innocuous as it sounds
  • Mar 23, 2014 -
  • Seals appearing on beaches as 'weaner season' begins

    Growing Concerns

    Reka K. Badger
    Apr 19, 2014 -
    GROWING CONCERNS: Celebrate Public Gardens Appreciation Month in May
    In the early 1900s, floraphiles traveled from the East Coast via rail just to witness the horticultural wonders of Santa Barbara County. One-hundred-odd years later, with the expansion of National Public Gardens Day into a monthlong celebration, the South Coast is on track to renew its reputation as the garden capital of the world. First declared in 2009, National Public Gardens Day always falls on the Friday before Mother's Day, More»

  • Apr 5, 2014 -
  • GROWING CONCERNS: Iris show sure to dazzle
  • Mar 22, 2014 -
  • GROWING CONCERNS: Plant sale springs up at Botanic Garden

    Mark Patton

    Mark Patton
    Apr 19, 2014 -
    Hanley still holds court after UCLA
    Matt Hanley, son of volleyball royalty, was the man who would be king. And then his reign on the UCLA court where his mother had once ruled came to a sudden and unceremonious end. He'll be facing those same Bruins tonight at Rob Gym, trying to help UCSB build its own dynasty two years later. More»

  • Apr 17, 2014 -
  • Don moms get with the program
  • Apr 12, 2014 -
  • Change all over the Gauchos' landscape
  • Apr 10, 2014 -
  • Heady setter fills tall order for UCSB
  • Apr 5, 2014 -
  • Cool Hollands is bringing heat : Former Gaucho now pitching for the Phillies
  • Apr 3, 2014 -
  • Moms play winning tune at SBCC
  • Mar 27, 2014 -
  • Joy is at center for Dons
  • Mar 22, 2014 -
  • Focused Epperson streaks into Gauchos' history


    Sara Caputo
    Apr 19, 2014 -
    Nothing beats paper and pen
    One of the biggest areas of client interest for the coaching side of my business revolves around to-do lists. What's the big deal? You find your medium (digital or paper are your choices) and write down what's on your brain. Voila! To-do list is done. Right? Unfortunately not. The first part is correct: find your medium. However, what to write, when to write and where to write seem to be very perplexing for many people across all industries. More»

  • Apr 5, 2014 -
  • It takes a community to stay No. 1

    Healthy mind, Healthy Future

    Glenn E. Miller
    Apr 19, 2014 -
    Healthy Mind, Healthy Future: Our broken mental health care system
    "We're protecting civil liberties at the expense of health and safety," — Doris A. Fuller, executive director of the Treatment Advocacy Center As those of you who have read my column over the almost three years I have been writing my weekly feature are aware, I have rarely ever, actually never, ventured into the political arena, as it has always been my goal to educate and enlighten when it comes to the field of mental health, More»

  • Apr 12, 2014 -
  • Healthy Mind, Healthy Future: Bipolar disorder, Part 2
  • Apr 5, 2014 -
  • Healthy Mind, Healthy Future: Bipolar disorder, Part 1
  • Mar 29, 2014 -
  • Healthy Mind, Healthy Future: Symptoms of hypochondria can be managed
  • Mar 22, 2014 -
  • Healthy Mind, Healthy Future: New treatment for misophonia looks promising

    History Naturally

    Ed Keller
    Apr 17, 2014 -
    People and the environment: Use of resources
    Santa Barbara is a diverse community with an economy based to a significant extent on tourism. As such, it is similar to other tourist destination locations, such as the Hawaiian Island of Maui and Taos in New Mexico. As with these other top tourist locations, we have growing environmental concerns related to basic use of resources, such as scenery (yes, scenery is a resource), water, energy, and food, as well as waste management. More»

  • Apr 10, 2014 -
  • People and environment: Sustainability, ethics and justice
  • Apr 3, 2014 -
  • People and environment, Part 1: Ecosystems and human population
  • Mar 27, 2014 -
  • Goleta Beach management: Reason to be optimistic


    Bob Kieding
    Apr 16, 2014 -
    The great clipper ships
    Clipper ships were among the fastest sailing vessels of the 19th century. Most were built in American and British shipyards, although some were produced in France and the Netherlands. Clipper ships were designed with three or more masts, a square-sail rig, and were long and very narrow for maximum speed. They were designed to carry limited bulk-freight in order to log the fastest possible passages. More»

  • Apr 9, 2014 -
  • Life preserver played historic role
  • Apr 2, 2014 -
  • Telling time by bells
  • Mar 26, 2014 -
  • Flight 370 and the Roaring Forties


    Bruce Sallan
    Apr 15, 2014 -
    I Feel Old, Part One
    Yes, we've all heard the phrase "you're only as old as you feel." And, I tend to agree with it. I am living life to the fullest in my memory. Nonetheless, there are things that make me "feel" old, emotionally. There are so many contemporary examples that I feel compelled to make a list. Heck, we all like lists. And, as it's turned out, I can't even complete the list in one column! More»

  • Apr 8, 2014 -
  • Three entitled women
  • Apr 1, 2014 -
  • Raising children can be the greatest soap opera of them all
  • Mar 25, 2014 -
  • How to stay cool with your kids



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