Archive for the ‘To Do’ Category

  • Phoenix Night

    Apr 24, 13 • Datebook

    April 25, 7:30–9 Phoenix Night Westmont presents this year’s literary magazine with live readings by the student writers along with live musical works performed by the student composers. Phoenix Night will take place in Porter Theatre at Westmont College...

  • Narrative-Making in the Aftermath of War

    Apr 24, 13 • Datebook

    April 25-26, Narrative-Making in the Aftermath of War UCSB hosts the two-day conference, Narrative-Making in the Aftermath of War, featuring keynote speakers, Judith Broder and Carol Tanenbaum of The Soldiers Project, Helene Moglen, UC Santa Cruz Literature...

  • Empirical Intersectionality: A Tale of Two Approaches

    Apr 24, 13 • Datebook

    April 25, 4 p.m. Empirical Intersectionality: A Tale of Two Approaches USC Political Science Professor, Ange-Marie Hancock comes to UCSB to discuss intersectionality- the study of the intersections of race, gender, class and sexuality politics and their...

  • “While We Teach, We Learn!”

    Apr 24, 13 • Fine Art, Galleries, Nonprofits, To Do, Web Exclusives

    Taking notes in a classroom certainly isn’t the only way to learn! Don’t miss a show at ART FROM SCRAP featuring local art teachers, including several affiliated with Incredible Children’s Art Network (iCAN), which give us an opportunity to learn...

  • Bernadette Peters Comes to The Granada!

    Apr 24, 13 • Datebook, Music, To Do, Web Exclusives

    This May, experience a magical night at The Granada Theatre as Santa Barbara welcomes Bernadette Peters to the stage! Sponsored by The Granada Theatre Concert Series and UCSB Arts & Lectures, Peters will be accompanied by a full orchestra and will perform...

  • The Great Recession: Your Questions Answered at This Year’s Economic Summit

    Apr 24, 13 • Datebook, Web Exclusives

    We all remember 2008: banks failing, stock prices falling and wide-spread panic stretching across the U.S. Chances are you or someone you know has been greatly affected by what is called “the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.” In...

  • Watch Out As the Streets (Or Stage) Are Overtaken by Animals and Children

    Apr 24, 13 • Datebook, To Do, Web Exclusives

      Warning: don’t advise your children to hit the streets for The Animals and Children Took to the Streets, as this “jaw-droppingly clever” performance contains mature content and twisted wit. It’s no surprise that the performance,...

  • Hollye Jacobs to Speak at Girls Inc. One Hundred Committee Luncheon

    Apr 23, 13 • Datebook, Nonprofits, Web Exclusives

    Need an inspiring story to keep you motivated? Let author Hollye Jacobs, the distinguished speaker for the One Hundred Committee Luncheon, warm your soul with her uplifting view of life. The scholarship luncheon, taking place on Thursday, April 25, from...

  • Santa Barbara Fair & Expo

    Apr 23, 13 • Datebook

    April 24-28 Santa Barbara Fair & Expo Enjoy carnival rides, farm animals, creative exhibits, games, arts & crafts, fair food and tons of contests at this year’s fair, themed “We’re Going Hollywood”...

  • Brad Fiedel in Borrowed Time

    Apr 23, 13 • Datebook

    April 24-26, Brad Fiedel in Borrowed Time In this world premier one-man musical, famous film composer Brad Fiedel tells the story of a man in search of meaning for his life. Come on down to the Center Stage Theater to see this fun show...