Tag archives: Sigrid Toye

Smugness on Parade
By Montecito Journal   |   March 15, 2018

The Hollywood crowd must be asking why the Oscar’s ratings continued to decline again this year? Why is it that more people don’t want to watch a bunch of glitzy starlets with boob jobs and drunk on their own self-importance trying to impress each other? Could it be that they can’t help themselves from using […]

Only the Oaks Remain
By Lynda Millner   |   March 8, 2018

The Tuna Canyon Detention Station exhibition at the Santa Barbara Historical Museum (SBHM) opens with a plaque that will be installed at the historic site just a few miles from downtown Los Angeles. The plaque contains the following words: The beauty of an oak grove in Tujunga, California, belies a tragic history. At the beginning […]

Remembering Tuna Canyon Detention Station
By Hattie Beresford   |   March 1, 2018

The opening ceremonies for the Santa Barbara Historical Museum’s latest exhibit began with a moment of silence and prayer for the victims of the Thomas Fire and the tragic flood/debris flow. Although the exhibit focuses on the victims of another disaster, the wholesale internment of Japanese, German, and Italian residents of California during WWII, the […]

Displaced Santa Barbarans
By Lynda Millner   |   February 15, 2018

The Santa Barbara Historical Museum (SBHM) just opened a new dual exhibit titled “Displaced: The Detention & Internment of Santa Barbarans During World War II” and “Only The Oaks Remain”. The show opened on First Thursday and will be followed by two lectures: “The Road to Tuna Canyon” given Thursday, February 22, at 5:30 pm […]