Tips and Articles for The Santa Barbara Area

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Update: In December of 2017, devastating wildfires swept across southern California, including areas surrounding Santa Barbara. More than 280,000 acres... Read More

T+L launched Operation Vacation to inspire workers to use their days off and get away, offering exclusive travel discounts as incentive. For the latest... Read More

Rob Lowe has been luckier than many in the Santa Barbara area this week.The Code Black actor’s home was spared by the deadly mudslides caused by... Read More

At least 15 people are dead and 160 injured after flooding rain caused powerful mudslides in Santa Barbara County.The damage was felt most in Montecito,... Read More

Oprah Winfrey‘s 65-acre Santa Barbara, California, estate is among the many homes damaged by the deadly flash floods and mudslides that ravaged the... Read More

Days into the devastating fires that are scorching parts of southern California and forcing hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes, there... Read More

This story originally appeared on Harrison Ford is channeling his inner Han Solo.The actor, 75, rushed to the rescue of a woman who crashed... Read More

California beach-goers will soon have a brand new stretch of seaside to explore thanks to a landmark decision by the state’s coastal commission.The... Read More

The temperatures are soaring in southern California.With no hint of fall weather in sight, the mercury is on the rise from Los Angeles to San Bernardino... Read More

When deciphering who leads the happiest lives, it’s likely their surroundings probably involve open water, nature and lots of bikers.That’s according to... Read More

Chris Traeger would be so proud.Rob Lowe showed no fear as he and his son spotted two great white sharks on a paddleboarding excursion in Santa Barbara,... Read More

This story originally appeared on You’ve probably seen headlines recently about free public college programs in New York and Tennessee.... Read More

This story originally appeared on Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are welcoming the summer with a new beach house.The That 70s Show co-stars... Read More

Craft distilleries give you a chance to get to know the local flavor of the destination you’re visiting.That’s why Travelocity has teamed up with the... Read More

This story originally appeared on DeGeneres‘s Santa Barbara home will have your jaw on the floor — and not just because of the eight... Read More

California isn't short on natural beauty. Beyond its iconic coastline, the Golden State is home to 28 parks and sites managed by the U.S. National Park... Read More

Scientists are paying more attention to a fault underneath Santa Barbara, California. The 60-mile Ventura-Pitas Point has some people nervous about... Read More

Los Angeles’s legendary private club for magicians is opening a second location later this year. The Magic Castle will open a satellite magic castle in... Read More

With millions of people making their way through airport security, the Transportation Security Administration can sometimes come across... Read More

California is home to nine national parks (if you count Sequoia and Kings Canyon separately), offering both locals as well as visitors everything from... Read More

Taking a trip to the American Riviera? Fun things to do in Santa Barbara are easy to find year-round, thanks to the region’s consistently pleasant... Read More

There's a reason Santa Barbara's been called the American Riviera. Pleasant temperatures year-round, sunny beaches, and gorgeous Spanish... Read More

Ojai has been a destination for peace-loving spirituality seekers since the 1920s. Scottish model Kirsty Hume first visited the town, a 90-minute drive... Read More

Actor Michael Keaton knows what he doesn’t want for his next vacation: U.S. Senator Ted Cruz as a travel partner. “A cruise with Cruz—bad idea... Read More

When it comes to bucket list trips, China is tops for Straight Outta Compton’s O’Shea Jackson, Jr. And for his perfect travel companion? Kobe Bryant,... Read More

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