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A 200-Square-Foot "Scandi Meets Beach Cottage" Studio — House Tour

Name: Julie Pointer Adams and her husband Ryan Location: Santa Barbara, California Size: 200 square feet Years Lived In: 1.5 years, renting Choosing to live in a small home — paring down your belongs and living more minimally — isn't always easy. Show More Summary

Next-generation transport

(University of California - Santa Barbara) For most of us, fluid dynamics and mechanics aren't particularly significant -- that is, until we're white-knuckling it on a bumpy plane ride or trying to stay buoyant in unusually bubbly water. Show More Summary

A Dreamy Anniversary on the Santa Barbara Coast

Simply put, Samantha and Josh’s anniversary session is what #couplegoals are all about. They took to the Santa Barbara coast with Tenth & Grace to capture their love in the sweetest way and we’re wholeheartedly obsessed. Samantha rocked a rose-tone dress by Jenny Yoo that made for dreamy anniversary images they’ll treasure for a lifetime. From the photographer… […]

Banning transgender troops would cost 100 times more than letting them serve

A new study from the Palm Center, a think tank at the University of California, Santa Barbara, has found that the cost of implementing President Trump’s proposed ban on transgender military service would far exceed the costs of actually letting transgender people serve their country. According to the study, it would cost $960 million to […]

Supernova shows "the universe is crazier than science fiction"

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Thanks to a worldwide network of 18 robotic telescopes, researchers led by the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) were able to catch a brief blue glow in the sky which, they say, was the result of a different kind of supernova explosion. Show More Summary

A fleeting blue glow

(University of California - Santa Barbara) In the 2009 film 'Star Trek,' a supernova hurtles through space and obliterates a planet unfortunate enough to be in its path. Fiction, of course, but it turns out the notion is not so farfetched.

Seafood for thought

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Covering 70 percent of Earth's surface, the world's oceans are vast and deep. So vast, in fact, that nearly every coastal country has the potential to meet its own domestic seafood needs through aquaculture. In fact, each country could do so using a tiny fraction of its ocean territory.

Citrus Wedding Inspiration Gone Totally Chic

When two of our favorite vendors cross paths – looking at you, Koman Photography and Kelly Oshiro – really beautiful things happen. Case in point? This citrus blossom wedding shoot inspired by Santa Barbara in the spring. Some amazing talent like Pretty Vintage Rentals, La Tavola and Bella Belle Shoes brought together the details and as […]

Decommissioning Platform Holly

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Researchers are undertaking two projects that will inform the oil platform decommissioning process in California.

A champion for plants

(University of California - Santa Barbara) Native plants have a guardian angel in Susan Mazer. Her research as a botanist has furthered the conservation of some of the rarest plant species in California and has influenced the design of habitat restoration efforts.

Where there's a will

(University of California - Santa Barbara) UC Santa Barbara mechanical engineer Paolo Luzzatto-Fegiz was frustrated. Once again, the delicate tip of the instrument he was using to measure water density -- a conductivity probe -- had broken, rendering the setup useless and his work in temporary limbo.

Alan Gilbert Gets Chilly Farewell From New York Philharmonic Musicians At Their Final Concert Together

Things seemed amicable enough at Gilbert's farewell concerts at Geffen Hall and in the New York City parks. But at a 70th anniversary concert for the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara last week, reports Mark Swed,"there was no acknowledgment of its music director from the orchestra during the bows - no tapping […]

Girl, 5, injured after being hit by California sheriff's car

Authorities say a 5-year-old has been injured after being hit by a Santa Barbara County sheriff's patrol car. It happened just before 6 p.m. Friday in Carpinteria. The sheriff's department … Click to Continue »

Temperatures rising

(University of California - Santa Barbara) The Paris Climate Agreement of 2016, which saw 195 nations come together in the shared goal of ameliorating climate change, set forth an ambitious goal of limiting global temperature rise to less than 2 degrees Celsius. Since then, many have wondered, is that even scientifically possible? Unfortunately, the odds aren't looking good.

A dolphin diet

(University of California - Santa Barbara) The health of dolphin populations worldwide depends on sustained access to robust food sources.

Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra Closes Down

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"The decision follows a Board vote in April to suspend operations for the 2017-18 season, pending a review of the organization's prospects."

Just in: the music stops in Santa Barbara

Desperate efforts over the past week to keep the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra alive failed last night when the board voted to shut down the orchestra after 38 years. ‘Efforts to garner increased community support and seat a new Board came up short,’ said Board Chair Joe Campanelli. ‘I want to personally thank all those who […]

In sunny Santa Barbara, the New York Philharmonic gives its conductor a cold farewell

Alan Gilbert ended his eight-year tenure as music director of the New York Philharmonic, America’s oldest and once-leading orchestra, on Monday night as many a conductor ends (or begins) a music directorship — with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. Beyond that, next to nothing was normal. Even the Monday...

Michael Jordan: LaVar Ball couldn't beat me if I was 1-legged

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) -- Michael Jordan finally issued his response to LaVar Ball's bravado.

Michael Jordan Fires Back at LaVar Ball: 'He Couldn't Beat Me If I Was 1-Legged'

The GOAT is finally addressing the Big Baller... with Michael Jordan saying once and for all LaVar Ball "couldn't beat me (in 1-on-1) if I was 1-legged." His Airness was at his basketball camp in Santa Barbara on Monday when he was asked about…

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