Global from the Get-Go: Global Manufacturing for Startups Summit Clarifies the Path from Prototype to Market

  Staff Report Join your entrepreneurial-minded peers at the Global Manufacturing for Startups Summit later this month, hosted by the Santa Barbara City College Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. The Summit will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 2:15 p.m. on Friday, October 27, with networking to follow until 2:45 at The Fess Parker Resort in Santa Barbara, and is designed to help startups successfully […]

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Marine institute provides refuge in unlikely location

FYI To celebrate its 10th year, the Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute is inviting the public to a soiree on Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Carriage and Western Art Museum of Santa Barbara. Tickets are available at www.cimwi.org or at 805-364-0441. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ By Robin Laroche Fairy tales do come true, and some even start here in Santa Barbara. Imagine […]

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SB area full of seasonal activities

SB area full of seasonal activities Lane Farms Pumpkin Patch – It’s an authentic agricultural experience for the whole family with farm animals, tractors and farm equipment, and the famous corn maze (3-8 p.m. Monday-Friday’ 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday-Sunday) at 308 S. Walnut Lane in Goleta. Lane Farms also operates a large produce stand, hosts school classes and gives information […]

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Lecture tells American story of ‘Siamese twins’

Staff report A lecture this month at the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum will tell the story of “the original Siamese twins” and the sensation they created in 19th-century America. The lecture by Yunte Huang, “A Game on the High Seas,” will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12. It is based on his forthcoming book “Inseparable: The Original Siamese Twins […]

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Lane family celebrates 150 years of farming

Deeply rooted in agriculture, the family makes even its pumpkin patch a tool for education By Raiza Giorgi There was a time when many Californians knew the farmers who produced their food, but that hasn’t been the case as farm fields have turned into housing tracts over the decades. However, members of the Lane family in Goleta are proud to […]

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United Way of Santa Barbara County to Host 21st Annual Red Feather Ball

Contributed by United Way Dance the night away at United Way of Santa Barbara County’s (UWSBC) 21st Annual Red Feather Ball on Oct. 6 to honor community philanthropist Maryan Schall and benefit the nonprofit’s award-winning Fun in the Sun summer learning program and United for Literacy initiative. The “Twilight on the Pacific” themed event will be held 6-10 p.m. Oct. 6 at the Four Seasons Biltmore Coral Casino and bring together committed philanthropists and admired […]

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Lone Woman of San Nicholas Island documentary airs Oct. 2

Contributed by Andy Silverman for the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Central Coast residents probably are familiar with Scott O’Dell’s novel, Island of the Blue Dolphins, based on the true story of a Native American woman, given the name Juana Maria, who was left alone on San Nicolas Island for 18 years during the 19th century. Local residents will now […]

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