CASA Magazine: March 20, 2015

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Crisp salt air, blue skies, and mountain tops flirting in the mist are just the beginning notes in a melody celebrating life in Santa Barbara. There are also wonderful cultural institutions and a plethora of non-profits that are dedicated to upholding basic human rights, the warm care of humans, and stewardship of the earth both locally and around the world. They all make their CASAs in Santa Barbara along with thousands of creative individuals who make Santa Barbara one of the creative hotspots in on the West Coast. CASA Magazine celebrates them all... the romance, beauty, ambience, creativity, big heart, and cosmopolitan nature of our little city by the sea.

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    TUE, MAR 31 / 7 PMGRANADA THEATRE

    (805) 899-2222www.ArtsAndLectures.UCSB.edu

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    Santa Barbara Day & Night. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4The Ticket: SB Calendar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-92nd Annual PHorum this week. . . . . . . . . 9Dance Review by Daniel Kepl. . . . . . . . . . 13Finance by Harlan Green. . . . . . . . . . . . . 17Classif ieds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18Local Interest Rates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Tech by Gary Woods. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Open House Invitations. . . . . . . . . . . . 19-20SBAOR President's Column. . . . . . . . . . . 20Theatre Review by Alex Henteloff. . . . . 21Art Venues & Galleries. . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23

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  • For info on current and upcoming exhibitions and events at MCASB, visit www.mcasantabarbara.org

    Museum Of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara

    Hotel Indigo Santa Barbara is the site of Magic Mountain

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    Fess Parker Doubletree 633 E Cabrillo Blvd Santa Barbara CA 93103

    March 27 - 29 10am - 6pm250 Exhibits & 100 WorkshopsAdmission $10 Good For All 3 Days

    Fess Parker Doubletree Santa Barbara

    &Des ign Show

    Chris Casebeer(805) 448-7727

    CA DRE License # 00444968www.ChrisCasebeer.com

    Sharp contemporary set on a full acre with ocean and island views. Privacy and peace. 2800 square feet offering dual living possibilities. First time for sale in 20 years.

    Newly offered at $2,125,000

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  • Related Event: Community members will have the opportunity to sit in on a free, open to the public, Master Class with Gil Shaham and UCSB students on Monday, March 30th at 7pm at Congregation Bnai Brith, 1000 San Antonio Creek Rd. The master class is co-presented with Congregation Bnai Brith and the UCSB Department of Music.

    The Granada recital is funded in part by the Community Events & Festivals Program using funds provided by the City of SB in partnership with the SB County Arts Commission.

    For tickets ($16/UCSB Students; $38-$58) visit online: www.artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu

    UCSB Arts & Lectures

    Photo stills from David Michaleks Tones of the Baroque (works in video for Bach Six Solos, Sonata No. 3 in C, BWV1005)

    Violinist Gil Shaham will perform a recital of Bachs Six Solos for Violin with original lms by David Michalek

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  • To Register visit online at www.sbcc.edu/CLL. Spring class schedules are available at the SBCC Wake and Schott campuses, at newsstands, and online. Spring registration is in process. Classes start throughout the term, between April 6 through June 13.

    The SBCC Center for Lifelong Learnings mission is to be responsive to the diverse lifelong learning needs of adult members of the Santa Barbara Community. CLL aims to be the educational, cultural, and social hub for the Santa Barbara community, continuing a nearly 60-year tradition of excellence.

    All proceeds went to support Friendship Centers H.E.A.R.T. (Help Elders At Risk Today) Program, subsidizing the cost of adult day services for low-income aging and dependent adults and their families.

    2015 FOH Sponsors: Gold Heart: Casa Dorinda; HUB International Insurance Svcs., Inc.; MarBorg Industries; Union Bank; Silver Heart; Louise & David Borgatello; Cal-Western & Pacic Tree.Big Heart: Nancy & Thomas Crawford, Jr.; Inge Gatz & Steven Gilbar; Susan & John Hanna; Penny Mathison & Don Nulty; Dana & Randall VanderMey. Good Heart: Boone Graphics; Coastal Home Care & Senior Planning Services; Karolyn Hanna; Media 27; Montecito Bank & Trust. Kind Heart: Castle Wealth Planning; Pat Forgey & Kathy; Marden; Garcia Architects, Inc.; Ken & Francie Jewesson; Maravilla Senior Living Community; Dixie & Marty Moore; Barbara & Bruce Scollin; Venoco, Inc; Mary Walsh; and Harvey & Janet Wolf.

    6.CHARLES TALLEY,PETERGERD JORDANO; JEFF JORDANOLARRY GOSSELIN

    1. HEART-ART BARBARA HUMEKAT FOOTE;KRISTEN OTTE. 2.HEIDI HOLLY,ROD LATHIMDANA VANDER MEY,. 3.KATHY MARDENGAIL RAPPAPORT4. BEV RABERDIANA MCFARLANE,MAGGIE WORDELL.SUSIE TRANDEM, VIRGINIA, DANA NEWQUIST, ARLENE LARSEN, KAY FRANSEN, LUCINDA WINTERS NASH. 5.MARISA HOLLYGEORGE DE FILIPPOHANNAH BETH JACKSONLEE NEUENSCHWANDER KAREN CHACKEL

  • By Daniel Kepl / CASA

    To encourage every level of participation, registration is FREE, with optional donation opportunities available both online and at the event. Visit the 2015 Walk4Water website at www.hands4others.org to pre-register and reserve a free Walk4Water t-shirt.

    Por Daniel Kepl / CASA

    Para animar a que todos participen, la inscripcin es GRATUITA, con oportunidades opcionales para donar disponibles tanto en lnea como el da del evento. Visite el sitio web: www.hands4others.org para pre-inscribirse y reservar una camiseta de Walk4Water gratis.

    STEARNS WHARF 805.965.0549 Open 7 days a week / Abierto los 7 dias de la semana

    *Certain restrictions apply / Se aplican ciertas restricciones

  • By Elena Richardson, Fund for SB

    For more info, contact Gaona-Macedo at 642-6208 or eder@futureleadersnow.org or visit www.futureleadersnow.org

    Por Elena Richardson, Fund for SB

    Para obtener ms informacin, pngase en contacto con Eder Gaona-Macedo, Directora Ejecutiva de Futuros Lderes de Amrica llamando al 642-6208 o por correo electrnico eder@futureleadersnow.org. Visite su sitio web en www.futureleadersnow.org

    Social Justice Civil Rights Healthy & Sustainable Environment Fair Housing Economic Opportunity Womens Rights Disability Access

    Political Empowerment Education Ethnic HeritageLesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Equality Peace & Non-Violence

    Racial Justice Accessible Health Care Human Rights Responsible Government

    26 West Anapamu StreetSanta Barbara, CA 93101

    120 East Jones Street - Suite #120Santa Maria, CA 93454

    Phone: (805) 962-9164 / Fax: (805) 965-0217 Website: www.fundforsantabarbara.org On Facebook: www.facebook.com/FundforSantaBarbara

    Celebrating 35 years of investing in Change, Not CharityCelebrando 35 aos de inversin en Cambio, No Caridad

    FLA Leadership Conference was the rst time I was exposed to college students from different universities and for the rst time I saw a sense of hope that one day I could be a college student. Chantiri Ramirez, SMHS c/o 2007, UCLA Ph.D. Candidate

    La Conferencia de Liderazgo de FLA fue la primera vez que estuve expuesta a estudiantes universitarios de distintas universidades y por primera vez tuve un sentido de esperanza de que algn da yo podra ser una estudiante universitaria. Chantiri Ramirez, SMHS c/o 2007, Candidata al doctorado en UCLA

    FLA instilled in me a desire to be the best that I can be and now I need to help do the same for others says Jose Tolis, freshman at Dos Pueblos High School.

    Estefany Mendoza, attended summer camp in 2013. Since then, she has been instrumental in hosting a Leadership Conferencee.

  • Bronfman Family Jewish Comm Ctr, 524 Chapala St 957-1115x109 10:30-11:30am Fr. Paci c Pride Fdn Of ce #A-12 Free 963-3636x117 4-5:30pm Fr.

    Floor to Air Festival with six international aerial dance companies Lobero Theatre $28/$58 963-0761 7pm Fr, 3/20.Gustafson Dance Studio $10 705-3683 8:30-10:30am Fr.Salsa! $15 info@santabarbaradancecenter.com 127 W Canon Perdido St 7pm beg; 8pm Int/Adv, Fr.

    Cottage Rehab Hosp Free 569-8999x82101 10am-noon, Fr. With Jessica Kolbe Linden Av beach, Carp $10-$15 705-3426 www.QigongSB.com 10-11am Fr.La Casa de Maria, 800 El Bosque Rd $12/8 for $80 969-5031 9am Fr.Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hosp Free 694-2351 Noon-1pm Fr.Relaxation techniques La Casa de Maria, 800 El

    Bosque Rd $12 969-5031 9-10:15am Fr.

    Vista del Monte Retirement Community, 3775 Modoc Rd Free 845-5314 10am-noon Fr, 3/20.About the impacts of the lack of available housing Carrillo Rec Ctr, 110 E Carrillo St $95/$125 570-1250 8:30am-3:30pm Fr, 3/20.

    World-class musicians perform music by Foote, Beethoven, Debussy Hahn Hall, MAW $24 & $47 884-8410 1 & 7:30pm Fr, 3/20.Shepherds Pie Granada Books, 1224 State St Free 845-1818 6pm Fr, 3/20.Carr Winery, 414 N Salsipuedes St Free 965-7985 6-8pm Fr, 3/20.With Tiki Baum SOhO $5 962-7776 8pm Fr, 3/20.

    Meet active new people in a healthy setting Free Time & departure points: 965-9719 6:15pm Fr.

    Practice French conversation skills Montecito Library Free 969-5063 2-3pm 1st & 3rd Fr.

    Mayor Helene Schneider will speak on key issues &

    major project updates Fess Parker Doubletree Resort $95/$75 Register: 965-3023 7:30am Fr, 3/20.Have a look at the gas giant Jupiter Westmont College Observatory Free 565-6272 7:30pm Fr, 3/20.Help with e- le Federal & State income tax returns Goleta Valley Comm Ctr, 5679 Hollister Av Free Appt: 451-1682 9am-3pm Fr, 3/20.Earl Warren Showgrounds Free 967-1130 9am-9pm Fr, 3/20-22. Guest speaker author Allison Maslan Serra Center, Camarillo $75/$55 728-1644x806 11:30-2pm Fr, 3/20.

    Vs.Texas-Arlington Caesar Uyesaka Stadium UCSB $5-$8 893-2064 3pm Fr, 3/20.

    Family stories & musical fun with Monica Robarge of Howard School Curious Cup Bookstore, 3817 1/2 Santa Claus Ln, Carp Free 745-8448 11:30am-12:30pm Sa, 3/21. Ages 4-12 can qualify for a free hamburger by lling out a reading log & listing books they read over Spring Break Info: 564-5646. Learn about wildlife & the environment Nature Ctr, Lake Cachuma $2/Parking $10 688-4515 12:30-1:30pm Sa.

    Domingo Ortega with guest artists in a rare Santa Barbara performance La Cumbre Jr. High, 2255 Modoc Rd $20-$40 708-7555 7:30pm Sa, 3/21.With live drumming SB Dance Arts, 531 E Cota St $15 11am Sa.

    Interval-based cardio workout SB Dance Ctr, 127-A W Canon Perdido St $15 899-2901 2pm Sa.Alameda Park Free 683-7554 8-10am Sa.Strength & consciousness Alchemy Arts Ctr, 35 W Haley St $15 899-8811 11:30-12:45am Sa.

    David Doubilet & Jennifer Hayes illustrated lecture: Sharks: The Magni cent and Misunderstood Ghosts in Our Seas UCSB Arts & Lectures Campbell Hall UCSB $25/$15 893-3535 4pm Sa, 3/21.Neal Graffy on Montecitos Hilltop Barons First Presbyterian Church, 21 E Constance Av Free 886-5438 9:30am-noon (Graffy lecture is at 11am), Sa, 3/21.

    One of the most acclaimed bluesmen on the contemporary scene Carrillo Rec Ctr, 100 E Carrillo St $10-$40 722-8155 7pm Sa, 3/21.With The Howling Brothers Lobero Theatre $34

    963-0761 8pm Sa, 3/21.Chamber music by local musicians Faulkner Gallery, Central Library Free SBMusicClub.org 3pm Sa, 3/21. Reggae band from Brooklyn Velvet Jones, 423 State St $10 965-8676 8pm Sa, 3/21.Performing Canto General, Song of the People First United Methodist Church $12-$22 455-3276 7:30pm Sa, 3/21 & 3pm Su, 3/22. Students from each residence hall produce Broadway-style skits & compete for prizes SB Bowl Free 6:30pm Sa, 3/21.19 piece 1930s New Orleans orchestra SOhO $15/$18 962-7776 9pm Sa, 3/21..World Renowned Tabla master Gallery 525, 525 W El Roblar Av, Ojai $20 798-0407 6:30pm Sa, 3/21.Collaborative musical expression Grass eld across from Chase Palm Park, 236 E Cabrillo Blvd Free 5pm Sa. Acoustic rock, soul, funk & reggae Endless Summer, 113 Harbor Wy, #180 Free 564-1200 5-9pm Sa/Su.

    Wild owers of Lisque Canyon, Sedgwick Reserve with Fred Emerson & Larry Ballard The Wildling Museum, 1511-B Mission Dr, Solvang $25/$20 686-8315 9-11:30am Sa, 3/21.Half-mile on Don Wimpress Nature Trail Nature Ctr Free/Parking is $10 688-4515 10-11:30am Sa.2-hour guided walking tours $10 Res: 965-6307 10am Sa (from City Hall Steps) & 10am Su (from Central Library).

    Giveaways, activities, entertainment La Cumbre Plaza Free 9:30am-2pm Sa, 3/21.

    Think globally, walk locally to raise funds for Hands4Others Chase Palm Park, 236 E Cabrillo Blvd Register: www.hands4others.org 10am Sa, 3/21. Fun for the whole family with crafts, games & Easter egg hunts SB YMCA, 36 Hitchcock Wy Free 687-7727 10am-1pm Sa, 3/21. Earl Warren Showgrounds Free All day Sa, 3/21-22.Rancho La Patera & Stow House, 304 N Los Carneros Rd $8 681-7216 1pm Sa/Su.

    Vs.Texas-Arlington Caesar Uyesaka Stadium UCSB $5-$8 893-2064 11am Sa, 3/21.Vs. Dartmouth Caesar Uyesaka Stadium UCSB $5-$8 893-2063 3pm Sa, 3/21.

    Tour favorites & a world premiere Center Stage Theater, Paseo Nuevo $20/$15 963-0408 www.hartpulsedance.com Master class ($10) from 10-11:15am & performance at 3pm Su, 3/22.

    With Jeannette Weisskopf Various nature & garden parks Free Details: 452-0706 9:30am Su.Mahakankala Buddhist Ctr, 508 Brinkerhoff Av $10 563-6000 10:30am-noon Su.

    Highlights of the Exhibition of Italian Masterpieces from Glasgow Mary Craig Aud. Museum of Art $10/$6 963-4364 tickets.sbma.net 2:30pm Su, 3/22. Water in Our Lives and Landscapes: What is Our Contribution? La Casa de Maria, 800 El Bosque Rd

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  • Free 969-5031 2:30-5:30pm Su, 3/22.European Cave Art in the Stone Age Goleta Library, 500 N Fairview Av Free 964-7878 2pm Su, 3/22.Emphasizing the importance of raising children in warm, trusting & empathetic environments Central Library Free 564-5621 5:30-7pm We, 3/22. Hunt for fungi with Dr. Bob Cummings Speci c location on registration $25 jstroh@sblandtrust.org 10:30am-12:30pm Su, 3/22.

    A rare and historic duo performance by jazz royalty UCSB Arts & Lectures Granada Theatre $19-$75 893-3535 7pm Su, 3/22.One of the nest jazz pianists today SOhO $7-$25 962-7776 sbjazz.org 1-4pm Su, 3/22.Instrumental & choral works with Adelphos Ensemble & other local professionals Trinity Episcopal Church, 1500 State St Free 965-7419 3:30pm Su, 3/22.SOhO $10/$20 962-7776 6pm Su, 3/22.Spanish guitar Blush Restaurant, 630 State St Free 957-1300 6pm Su.Vairotsana Foundation, 1524 Anacapa St Free 10am Su.

    Hunt for fungi with Dr. Bob Cummings Arroyo Hondo Preserve $25 SOLD OUT 966-4520 10:30am-112:30pm Su, 3/22.Four Palms to Red Hut Butter y Beach Stairs Free 569-1220 9am Su.

    Learn to make sushi rolls & bene t Opera SB Pagoda House $175 RSVP: 893-3890 5:30pm Su, 3/22.ReTail Adoption Ctr, 5737 Call Real Shopping Ctr 222-4459 11:30am-2pm Su.

    Fresh produce & goods Camino Real Marketplace, 7004 Marketplace Dr Free 10am Su.

    Vs. Dartmouth Caesar Uyesaka Stadium UCSB $5-$8 893-2064 3pm Su, 3/22.

    Children grades K-6 Central Library Free 564-5619 3:30-6:30pm Mo, Tu, Th & 2:30-5:30pm We. Teen comedians grades 7-12 Bronfman Family Jewish Comm Ctr, 524 Chapala Free 4:15pm Mo.

    Skill development while immersing children 5-8 in all aspects of motion SB Dance Ctr, 127A W Canon Perdido St $20 637-1191 3:30-4:30pm Mo, Fr.Beginner & intermediate class & social dance Goleta Comm Ctr, 5679 Hollister Av $10 7-10pm Mo.

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