In three short miles between highways 101 and 1, Orcutt’s Clark Avenue spans two worlds and as many centuries.
Most communities in Santa Barbara County boast a history of 100 years or more.
State Street, Santa Barbara’s main artery, and its extension Hollister Avenue, spears east-west for more than a dozen miles through the heart …
Technically, Mission Drive, also known as Highway 246, isn’t the main street of Solvang.
They’re sprouting up in rural areas throughout the North County.
Norman Rockwell would have loved Los Alamos.
They’re little. They’re cute. They’re miniature donkeys.
They call it Paradise.
From time to time, look up at the sky — or as it’s sometimes called, nature’s canvas.
If ever there was an official Santa Barbara County tree, chances are it would be an oak.
Heavy rains on the Central Coast make our creeks suddenly come alive.
The NAPA store on Guadalupe’s main street is half auto parts store and half museum.
The trail has grown hazy with time.
There’s just one thing wrong with Lompoc-Casmalia Road: It no longer goes directly from Casmalia to Lompoc.
The Goleta Slough is a shadow of its former self.
Wind whipped through the oaks and redwoods in picturesque Oak Hill Cemetery.
They’re big. They’re hairy. They’re scary.
Many of the motorists traveling on Highway 101 probably have never noticed the exit sign for Jonata Park Road, and most of the rest mispronounce it.
Call them broccoli fields forever.
The Purisima Hills aren’t the highest peaks in Santa Barbara County.