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Robert Jury’s Working Man premieres at SBIFF

Tuesday, February 12th, 2019
WORKING MAN is the first film by Robert Jury, and will be in the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this coming Saturday. The story about a factory closure and the attempt of the workers to keep it afloat comes out of the financial collapse of 2008. Its continued relevance today still surpr [...]
WORKING MAN is the first film by Robert Jury, and will be in the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this coming [...]

Tiny Libraries Coming to State Street

Monday, February 11th, 2019
An effort to bring books to state street is underway... And, artists are encouraged to submit their design ideas for the ‘tiny libraries project.’ The winning idea will earn a ten thousand dollar award. KCSB's Edward Colmenares spoke with Sarah York Rubin, Executive Director of the Santa Barbara O [...]
An effort to bring books to state street is underway... And, artists are encouraged to submit their design ideas for t [...]

Santa Barbara International Film Festival: Bohemian Rhapsody Stars on Freddie Mercury

Monday, February 11th, 2019
Rami Malek and Joe Mazzello share what they learned about enigmatic Queen frontman Freddie Mercury during the making of the film Bohemian Rhapsody. On the red carpet of the 34th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Malek received the 'outstanding performer of the year award' for hi [...]
Rami Malek and Joe Mazzello share what they learned about enigmatic Queen frontman Freddie Mercury during the making o [...]

KCSB-FM News Presents: Unnatural Disasters & Environmental Racism

Sunday, February 10th, 2019
KCSB News Presents: Unnatural Disasters & Environmental Racism The public is invited to attend Unnatural Disasters and Environmental Racism, a panel discussion, on Monday, February 25, at 5PM, in the Graduate Student (GSA) Lounge located on the second floor of the MultiCultural [...]
KCSB News Presents: Unnatural Disasters & Environmental Racism The public is invited to attend Unna [...]
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Santa Barbara International Film Festival: The Bird Catcher

Monday, February 04th, 2019
"The Bird Catcher" is a film based on real event during the Nazi occupation of Norway in WW2. The Norwegian/UK film follows the plight of a Jewish girl hiding out in the farm of a Nazi sympathizer and premiered at the Lobero Theater on Feb. 2.
"The Bird Catcher" is a film based on real event during the Nazi occupation of Norway in WW2. The Norwegian/UK film fo [...]

2017 Data shows Racial Disparity in Wages still Persists

Thursday, January 31st, 2019
According to studies using wage data from both 2016 and 2017, Latina workers have to work an extra ten months to make the same that their white male counterparts do in a year. KCSB's Rodrigo Calderon has more.
According to studies using wage data from both 2016 and 2017, Latina workers have to work an extra ten months to mak [...]

New Wells Proposed for Cat Canyon

Thursday, January 24th, 2019
Exxon and Shell have joined forces in a proposal to drill more wells and increase oil production in Santa Barbara County. One week ago tonight the County's Planning department held a public hearing in Santa Maria for citizen comment on the draft of an environmental impact report. KCSB's Ray Briare [...]
Exxon and Shell have joined forces in a proposal to drill more wells and increase oil production in Santa Barbara Coun [...]

The Lineup for SBIFF 2019

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
KCSB's Harry Lawton previews the selection of movies that'll be playing at the annual, and much anticipated, Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
KCSB's Harry Lawton previews the selection of movies that'll be playing at the annual, and much anticipated, Santa B [...]