Yearly Archives: 2011

Gerald Carpenter: Santa Barbara Music Club Keyed Up for Free Concert

The Santa Barbara Music Club’s next Morning Concert will take place at 11 a.m. Wednesday in its trusty venue of the Faulkner Gallery in the Santa Barbara Central Library, 40 E. Anapamu St. Admission is free. more

SBCC Luria Library to Host Award Ceremony and Reception April 14th

In recognition of being named the national winner in the community college category for the Association of College and Research Library’s (ACRL) 2011 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award competition, Santa Barbara City College’s Luria Library will host a special ceremony and reception titled “Explore, Learn, Grow and Celebrate!” on Thursday, April 14. The event, which is open to the community, will be held at the library patio with the award ceremony from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. A reception, tours and demonstration will follow. more

SBCARTL: Royals track high mileage on weekends

It was another weekend of hanging out with Hantgin. more

Wild Wisdom : Edible and medicinal plants are focus of outdoor class

There was a time when local people — whether the native Chumash or the settlers — more

Laguna’s Gamble recognized for his ‘giving heart’

As a defender on the soccer field, it’s Kai Gamble’s responsibility not  to give up shots on goal. more

Sports Figure of the Month: Ethel Byers

Byers, a Santa Barbara native, is wrapping up a distinguished volunteer career serving area high school sports with her upcoming retirement from the Santa Barbara Athletic Roundtable (SBART) — the backdrop for spotlighting and celebrating a seemingly near-lifetime of tireless community commitment. more

News to Yous


Westmont students majoring in music can now earn a teaching credential alongside their bachelor’s degree. In recent years, the interest in the major has increased exponentially, and the credential “is one more established career option for them,” says Professor Michael Shasberger. For more info, visit more

Out & About : LaBrie joins Garden Court board

Matt LaBrie has been named to the board of directors of the Garden Court Endowment. Mr. more

Past Prime players able to knock off PH All-Stars

The Past-Prime Players were too much for Providence Hall’s All-Stars and their coach Mark French on Friday night, capitalizing on a clear size advantage to capture a 90-83 exhibition victory in Providence Hall’s ChallengeBall fundraiser. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Dons, Cardinals split doubleheader

he Santa Barbara High and Bishop Diego softball teams split a doubleheader on Saturday with the host Dons taking the first game 3-2, more