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UC Santa Barbara hosted the University of Hawaii in college basketball on Thursday night. UCSB won, but the most talked about highlight of the game came midway through the first half when a Santa Barbara bro rushed the court to confront Hawaii coach Gib Arnold The bizarre moment immediately spread fast on the sports web out of sheer weirdness alone. Show More Summary
L to R: Riverbank's Clarissa Nagy; Don Schroeder of Sea Smoke; Dave Potter, Municipal Winemakers; Sonja Magdevski of Casa Dumetz; Brewer-Clifton's Greg Brewer; Blakeney Sanford One thing I've learned from several trips to Santa Barbara County over the past year is that there's tremendous potential for making sparkling wines here. Show More Summary
Last week, Utah Valley students stormed the court and ended up fighting New Mexico State basketball players. It was all very unfortunate, for sure, but also a bit of a fluke. It’s pretty common for students to run onto the court after a big win, and if a New Mexico State player hadn’t lashed out […]
A bizarre scene unfolded in the college basketball game between UC Santa Barbara and Hawaii when a fan interrupted the game and confronted one of the coaches. The incident occurred in the first half when Brandon Spearman of Hawaii received a technical foul when he thought he was fouled on a shot. Show More Summary
A UC Santa Barbara Gauchos fan ran out onto the court last night during a technical foul call on Hawaii Rainbow Warriors coach Gib Arnold and started cursing in peoples’ faces and challenging players to fights, because running out onto basketball courts and trying to get murdered by players is the new hotness. The “come at me, bro” is the best part.
Every once in a while, a fan will run onto the field or court during a game. Usually, the fan just runs around for fun, so it's a pretty rare sight to see one angrily confront a player or coach. During the Hawaii-UC Santa Barbara game...Show More Summary
Art review: Retrospectives of New York-based artists Michelle Stuart and Alice Aycock meet auspiciously at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. SANTA BARBARA — Michelle Stuart and Alice Aycock are very different artists. Stuart is a kind of cartographer, mapping not just the land but our intimate experience of it. Show More Summary
(Santa Barbara, Calif.) — On the other side of the cocaine high is the cocaine crash, and understanding how one follows the other can provide insight into the physiological effects of drug abuse. For decades, brain research has focused on the pleasurable effects of cocaine largely by studying the dopamine pathway. But this approach has left many questions unanswered. read more
Wow! Glad we weren’t eating in that restaurant.
This is what the uploader, Forrest Buchanan, has to say about what happened: My breakfast at MobyDick's Restaurant while filming the large storm surf breaking on the pier in Santa Barbara, California. The swell increased with every wave that passed. Show More Summary
SEASIDE DINING: Wave comes through window in Santa Barbara, California. I LIKE BEING 98: "This film tells the story of Evelyn who, despite her limited resources, goes out of her way to help her neighbor." ROB FORD: Showed up early.....
Dining at a seaside restaurant and watching the waves break is typically a pleasant experience -- until the waves get a little too close for comfort. Breakfast-goers at Moby Dick in Santa Barbara, Calif. got quite the surprise over the weekend when a swell of large waves started hounding the restaurant -- and one smashed through a window. Show More Summary
A quiet Saturday brunch turned chaotic when a large wave crashed through restaurant windows, shattering glass and drenching the restaurant and customers with seawater. Several brunch goers were filming large waves rolling into the Moby Dick Restaurant at Stearns Wharf in Santa Barbara, when a particularly vicious one shattered the seaside windows. Show More Summary
Sunday night at the Academy Awards, host Ellen DeGeneres joked about the rain that was depressing Southern California. There was probably one restaurant in Santa Barbara that didn’t find anything funny about the storm and the high surf that came with it. Show More Summary
A couple of patrons at Santa Barbara, California's Moby Dick Restaurant managed to film a giant wave crashing through the restaurant's window. The Moby Dick is located on a wharf, and a recent winter storm had record waves surging.....
The Gaviota Pier is a popular boat launch location in a state park between Santa Barbara and Santa Maria, California. It is not uncommon to see families enjoying the beautiful sandy beaches in Gaviota state park and launching fishing boats from the pier. Show More Summary
A large wave collided with a waterfront restaurant in Santa Barbara on Saturday morning, bursting windows and sending glass into the dining room. The same winter storm that hit the region over the weekend created the swell directly outside...Show More Summary
Yes, you read that right. A wave. A wave from the ocean to be exact. It crashed right through the window of a restaurant in Santa Barbara. I don’t know if this is news anywhere else, but I live in Los Angeles. It’s been raining in Southern California for the past three days. A lot.(...)