Vessels ranging from kayaks to luxury yachts and even the 85-foot Channel Cat put their holiday spirit on display Sunday night for the 28th annual Santa Barbara Harbor Parade of Lights.
The boats, festooned with lights and ornaments, ... MoreĽ
While attending college in the 1970s, I had several professors who enlightened me on things to come. First, there was the sociology professor who touted the theory that the history of our development was the history of our exploitation of the world. In other words, ... MoreĽ
Can a man drown crossing a river that averages one foot in depth? The answer is, of course, yes. The average in no way describes the difficulty of wading a river that has a deep channel and a broader shallow run. In fact, ... MoreĽ
While Obamacare is expected to pinch the bottom line for many South Coast-area businesses, its rollout could mean more sales for a local health improvement technology firm.
Executives at Santa Barbara-based BioIQ said its data collection and analysis expertise will help large U.S. ... MoreĽ
Through each contest of the Bryan Ayer Classic, Santa Barbara girls basketball coach Andrew Butcher highlighted different aspects of his Dons attack: From a stifling press defense in a first-game victory, to the unselfish play and smart passes in game two, ... MoreĽ
In Robbie Kaye's new photography book, "Beauty and Wisdom," there is an image she took of an empty chair at a Santa Monica beauty salon. Embedded within the arm of the chair is an ashtray with its lid sprung open, waiting for the falling ash from a burning cigarette.