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  • Pickle Room Plans Chinese New Year Celebration

    The Pickle Room is the newest vintage cocktail lounge on the scene in downtown Santa Barbara and it’s getting ready for a sentimental journey into the past with an exhibition of paintings done by local artists using the landmark Chinese restaurant Jimmy’s Oriental Gardens (1947-2006) as the subject. Join us on Friday, January 31, 2014 from 4:30 to 7:30pm for the opening of the exhibit and meet the artists. Exhibit will be up through March 15.

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  • Time in Motion

    Celebrating 38 remarkable years of creating and presenting professional dance, Santa Barbara Dance Theater presents an exciting program of mixed styles & sounds. Two dynamic and entertaining new Pilafian dance works feature music by Rachmaninoff and a classic R+B group. José Limón’s world-renowned masterpiece, “The Moor’s Pavane,” completes the program and is sure to stir the soul. The company takes a major leap forward in this not-to-be-missed production.

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  • Between Seer and Seen: Art+Love

    Features portraits from Between Seer and Seen: Celebrating the Artists of Santa Barbara County paired with original artwork by more than 60 of the 71 artists in the collection. Come meet the photographer of the critically acclaimed coffee table book Between Seer and Seen. Included are artists chosen personally by Halper for his second book on Santa Barbara.

    Starting February 14, the exhibit is open daily from 10:00 am – 9:00 pm at the Santa Barbara Tennis Club.

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  • The Pickle Room Opens

    Father and son, Bob & Clay Lovejoy have been working for nearly a year on revamping and conserving the legacy of one of Santa Barbara’s classic cocktail lounges which they open officially on Saturday, October 5 christened as the “Pickle Room.”

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  • UCSBs Launch Pad UPDATE

    New roads are being built across the theatrical landscape fueled by last year’s LAUNCH PAD Preview Production of Appoggiatura, written by award-winning playwright James Still. After playing 7 preview performances at the UCSB Department of Theater and Dance’ Hatlen Theater under the LAUNCH PAD (LP) banner and directed by Risa Brainin, Still’s evocative play was featured in the Perry- Mansfield New Works Festival in Steamboat Springs, CO in June...

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  • Three Pickles to participate in 1st ever Santa Barbara Sandwich Showdown

    Clay Lovejoy an owner of Three Pickles will be one of the professional sandwich slingers for the first ever Santa Barbara Sandwich Showdown this Friday, February 3 from 4 to 5 p.m. at Whole Foods Market, 3761 State St. in Santa Barbara...

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  • Gallery of Local Heroes and Heroines ~ Saluting the Veteran’s of Santa Barbara County

    Saluting all our local veterans in an impressive series of framed tributes. This on-going exhibit features each veteran’s portrait surrounded by their medals and commendations. Funded by the Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Museum, a non-profit set up to remember our local Veteran’s who served in any of the conflicts in the 20th Century – From World War I to Iraq & Afghanistan. We will never forget!

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  • 2013 Veteran’s Day Weekend Events

    The 2013 Veteran’s Day Weekend is coming up very soon. Every year, Santa Barbara and many other cities across the United States, come together to celebrate the heroic men and women who risk their lives each and every day. To get more details on the specific events on November 9 and 10, please click for more details.

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