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Review: National Tour of Young Frankenstein at the Granada

May 3, 2012

By Guest Writer Cameron Platt: The Broadway musical’s most common function is, simply enough, to entertain. True, the American musical has often extended into elevated intellectual and artistic territory, but its core remains in the standard comedy—Broadway’sone consistent offering as fads ebb...

Sambo’s, a Mouth-Watering Experience

Photo Jessie Dusebout

December 2, 2011

According to the locals, Sambo’s Restaurant has been known as the place to go for “the best pancakes in the city.” Located on the beach front with a view of Santa Barbara’s Harbor and pier, Sambo’s has occupied the same small brick and tile building since 1957. Upon arrival, we put our name...

Fleet Foxes Review

Fleet Foxes Review

November 1, 2011

On a chilly Tuesday in mid-September, an alternative folk band by the name of Fleet Foxes performed at the Santa Barbara Bowl. The rising group performed songs off of both of their albums, creating an atmosphere of excitement and nostalgia. The band hails from Seattle, WA, but has been touring the US...

Baseball, Brad Pitt, and an Amazing True Story


October 31, 2011

Baseball, Brad Pitt, and an Amazing True Story   Last weekend I went to see the film “Moneyball.” It was a Saturday night and to be honest, I wasn’t too thrilled about seeing this film. Baseball + Brad Pitt = not my favorite combination. In all honesty, I am not the biggest fan of Brad Pitt...

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