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To Recall or Not Recall?

To Recall or Not Recall?

  By Ricard Eber, California Political News Recall Gavin Newsom.  Why not?  If  Democrats in the House of Representatives want to kick a sitting President out of office because of the word of a so called whistle blower who learned of  his conversation with the  newly elected leader of The Ukraine second hand, anything is […]

Craig Shoemaker “The Lovemaster” From Daditude and Parks and Recreation Headlines Levity Live October 24th-October 26th

Craig Shoemaker “The Lovemaster” From Daditude and Parks and Recreation Headlines Levity Live October 24th-October 26th

Craig Shoemaker is a modern-day renaissance man, with a show business career spanning over three decades as a stand-up comedian, actor, author, writer and producer.  He was named Comedian of the Year at The American Comedy Awards on ABC, is listed as one of the top 100 comedians of all time on IMDB and has […]

TEDxSantaBarbara Reveals New Program to Highlight Local Social Innovation

TEDxSantaBarbara Reveals New Program to Highlight Local Social Innovation

TEDxSantaBarbara, a locally organized offshoot of the international TED nonprofit, announces Santa Barbara Spotlight – a new addition to their annual conference that raises awareness about local social innovation by bringing the leader of a Santa Barbara-area nonprofit to the Red Circle. This year’s conference is being held on Saturday, November 16 at the New […]

Trump: The Greatest Non- Ukrainian Jobs President Ever!

Trump: The Greatest Non- Ukrainian Jobs President Ever!

  By Wayne Allyn Root I have at least 1000 things to write about. I could fill this column for the next 365 days. But I have to scrap them once again. President Trump screws up my plans every time. That darn Trump economy keeps interfering with my plans. The Trump economy is so good, […]

Experience the Best of the American Riviera During the 3rd Annual Santa Barbara Restaurant Week!

Experience the Best of the American Riviera During the 3rd Annual Santa Barbara Restaurant Week!

The third annual Santa Barbara Restaurant Week (February 21st- March 6th) is right around the corner and it’s your chance to experience the best of Santa Barbara’s food scene at a fraction of the cost. Presented by Santa Barbara Uncorked, LLC and sponsored by Jordano’s Foodservice and Pacific Beverage Company, Restaurant Week 2020 is a two week […]

Ten Things That Should Disappear

Ten Things That Should Disappear

  By Richard Colman There are too many rules, laws, and regulations. Here are 10 things that should disappear: (1) THE LOCAL GASOLINE SALES TAX.  On a gallon of gasoline, there is a federal tax and a state tax.  Local governments can add another tax, which means that the local tax is a tax on […]

Instead of Explaining Greta Thunberg, Debate Her Claims

Instead of Explaining Greta Thunberg, Debate Her Claims

  By Thomas L. Knapp What is Greta Thunberg’s superpower? She obviously has one, if not more. Your average sixteen-year-old doesn’t start successful global activist movements,  address UN Climate Action Summits, and have those addresses go viral as death metal videos. Critics slam Thunberg as everything from “mentally ill” (a claim which got one Fox […]

Classical Concerts on the Hill Presents 2019-2020 Chamber Music Season

Classical Concerts on the Hill Presents 2019-2020 Chamber Music Season

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. – Hillcrest Center for the Arts announces a new series of eight classical concerts in the “Hall of Mirrors”, Sunday Afternoons at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Dr, across from The Oaks Mall.  Internationally renowned classical artists and well-known local chamber groups and musicians will perform in this acoustically-perfect […]

Dia De Los Muertos at The Cayton Children’s Museum

Dia De Los Muertos at The Cayton Children’s Museum

Your invited to the  inaugural event of the new Cayton Children’s Museum multicultural series at 395 Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica, CA, 90401. On Sunday, October 27 the museum will host a Dia De Los Muertos Festival from 12-7PM, exploring the origins, traditions, and rituals of the celebrated Mexican holiday. The festival will feature live music […]

California Leads the Way in Demo Slugfest

California Leads the Way in Demo Slugfest

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Unfortunately for Kamala Harris, the title to the Beach Boys classic song “I wish they all could be California Girls’” no longer applies to her faltering presidential campaign. As the Democratic nomination process unfolds, the Junior Senator from California has found her support hovering at around […]

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