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What’s Next for SB’s Platform Holly?

Thursday, April 04th, 2019
The oil platform off the Goleta coast, known affectionately as platform Holly, has been the source of inspiration of many who venture to Santa Barbara’s coastline. But since the bankruptcy of the platform’s owner and the 2015 Refugio oil spill, the platform, sitting on top of one of the most nat [...]
The oil platform off the Goleta coast, known affectionately as platform Holly, has been the source of inspiration of [...]

SBCC Trustee Responds to Racism Claims at the College

Monday, April 01st, 2019
SBCC’s trustees recently proposed an anti-racism resolution that directs the new superintendent of SBCC to work on anti-racism plans. To learn more, KCSB’s Tianyi Huang spoke with Jonathan Abboud, a trustee on the Santa Barbara Community College Board of Trustees, representing Isla Vista, UCSB and [...]
SBCC’s trustees recently proposed an anti-racism resolution that directs the new superintendent of SBCC to work on ant [...]

SBCC Students of Color Explain why they don’t Feel Safe on Campus

Saturday, March 30th, 2019
Students of color at Santa Barbara City College claim they don't feel safe at school, and that SBCC officials are doing nothing to help. KCSB’s Tianyi Huang speaks with Nia Revis, a student leader of the Black Students Union at Santa Barbara City College to find out about her experiences… and wh [...]
Students of color at Santa Barbara City College claim they don't feel safe at school, and that SBCC officials are do [...]

Santa Barbara Main Jail in Need of Renovation

Saturday, March 16th, 2019
While Santa Barbara County’s main jail has been characterized as an outdated facility with expensive maintenance fees, there is no renovation plan and no funding for the plan yet. However, the Northern Branch Jail Project located in Santa Maria, advertised as a back-up for the main jail, has had [...]
While Santa Barbara County’s main jail has been characterized as an outdated facility with expensive maintenance fee [...]

SBCC to Offer Evening College Program

Saturday, March 16th, 2019
Santa Barbara City College announces plans for an evening college program in order to reach more students starting Fall 2019. KCSB reporter Jennifer Sor has more.
Santa Barbara City College announces plans for an evening college program in order to reach more students starting F [...]

Carpenteria residents Concerned with Cannabis Production and Regulation

Thursday, March 07th, 2019
The group 'Concerned Carpinterians' attended a recent County Board of Supervisors Regulatory hearing to protest the lack of enforcement of cannabis regulations. KCSB's Robert Stark speaks with local journalist and blogger Ann Louise Bardach as well as gets the county's perspective, by speaking t [...]
The group 'Concerned Carpinterians' attended a recent County Board of Supervisors Regulatory hearing to protest the [...]

Arto Halonen on his Movie Murderous Trance

Tuesday, February 26th, 2019
Murderous Trance, directed by Arto Halonen and starring American Josh Lucas, is in part a psychological thriller based on real events set in Norway. The central figure hypnotizes young men to commit bank robberies to raise money for a secretive pro-Nazi movement though set after World War II. KCSB [...]
Murderous Trance, directed by Arto Halonen and starring American Josh Lucas, is in part a psychological thriller based [...]