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‘Investment in Our Future’: The Key Class Provides Life Skills
By Nick Masuda   |   December 21, 2021

John Daly can remember when the rest of his life began. He was sitting inside a Soup Plantation, his treat for a 15-year-old he had befriended as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). It was the teen’s birthday and Daly wanted to treat him to a meal, something that not every foster child experienced while […]

Santa Barbara’s Inaugural Culinary Experience
By Hana-Lee Sedgwick   |   February 27, 2020

Though we are all captivated by Santa Barbara’s stunning scenery, historic charm, and laid-back vibe, there’s no denying that Santa Barbara County has become a destination in its own right for food and wine. What we lack in Michelin stars and grandiose dining experiences we make up for in talented winemakers, skilled chefs, dedicated farmers, […]

Class Dismissed
By Ashleigh Brilliant   |   November 23, 2017

I’ve always thought it strange that, while there’s no acknowledged “class system,” most Americans firmly believe they belong to the “middle class” – an expression prominent in political rhetoric. One hardly dares ask what the other classes are, because it’s somehow “un-American” even to concede the existence of an upper or lower class. Having grown […]