Yearly Archives: 2011

Lions roar past Cornerstone Christian

JT Royston recorded a triple-double and two Providence Hall players scored 20 or more points in the Lions’ 68-22 boys basketball rout at Cornerstone Christian in Camarillo on Wednesday night. more

Cal Poly students, faculty, pros to play Bach

Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa will provide an appropriate backdrop for a cantata, a motet and an orchestral suite, all by Johann Sebastian Bach, to be performed at 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22. more

Santa Barbara Symphony, State Street Ballet to Collaborate for First Time

The Santa Barbara Symphony will join forces this Saturday and Sunday with the State Street Ballet, under Artistic Director Rodney Gustafson, for the first time ever to present Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring, a piece originally choreographed by former Santa Barbara resident Martha Graham. more

Bender’s 20 leads Westmont : Boucher’s points curtail Fresno Pacific comeback

Landon Boucher only scored two points Tuesday night, but they were big. more

Stargazing Night

Local stargazers wanting to catch a glimpse of the night sky through Westmont’s powerful Keck Telescope are hopeful they won’t be rained out again Friday, Jan. 21, beginning at 7 p.m. The free, public viewings, which are held every third Friday of the month, have been rained out the last three months. more

Jessie van Eerden

Jessie van Eerden, a faculty member at the Oregon Extension of Eastern University, reads her prose fiction on Thursday, Jan. 20, in Adams Center 216 at 7 p.m. The reading is free and open to the public. more

Taiko Drummers

The Taiko Center of Los Angeles performs at Westmont Saturday, Jan. 22, at 7 p.m. in Porter Theater. “A Taiko Drum Concert” includes special guest Hiroyuki Hayashida, former member of Kodo, the world’s most renowned Taiko group from Japan. more

Healthy Teen Living

It is the dream of many an athletically inclined youngster to be walking toward the camera after a Super Bowl victory and being paid to say, “I’m going to Disneyland.” more

Bender has a say in Westmont’s key win over Fresno Pacific

Blake Bender is a leader on the court for the Westmont men’s basketball. more

Westmont has too many weapons for Sunbirds

Westmont showed its a deep arsenal of weaponry on Tuesday night in Murchison Gymnasium, as five Warriors scored in double figures in 69-59 win over Fresno Pacific in a Golden State Athletic Conference game. more