Tag archives: joy

Filling the Seats with ‘Joy’
By Richard Mineards   |   November 28, 2023

Dynamic duo Rick Oshay and Teresa Kuskey, in collaboration with the Santa Barbara Symphony, hosted Joy, a private concert with the Grammy Award and Emmy-winning trio Time for Three in the historic Presidio Chapel, after dinner for more than 100 guests in the tented front courtyard. The talented triumvirate – violinists Nicolas Kendall and Charles […]

Commission on Culture, Arts, and Joy Justice
By Stella Haffner   |   October 17, 2023

There’s a new club in town! The Commission on Culture, Arts, and Joy Justice (CCAJJ) is a new student government associated organization at UCSB founded by PhD student Charlene Macharia. This week I spoke to Macharia to find out what it means to do creative activism and how social justice activists can keep progress moving […]

Finding Purpose, Passion, & Meaning
By Peter Brill   |   November 15, 2018

Q. Okay, so per your last column, people, as they age, want more passion, purpose, and joy in their lives and a few are finding it. I’d like that too. You can make mine with a cherry on top. But it’s hard to imagine “how.” I’m retired and supposedly living “the good life,” but it […]