Santa Barbara International Film Festival to Screen Drive-In Movies

••• The city’s Planning Commission approved Cottage Health’s plan to demolish four small buildings to make way for one large two-story one (rendering above). —Noozhawk

••• “The 36th Santa Barbara International Film Festival […] will be using two Santa Barbara City College parking lots to present 80 films for free, in a drive-in style format. Large LED screens that can be seen day or night will be set up.” —KEYT

••• Newsmakers interviews Santa Barbara Unified School District board president Kate Ford.

••• A profile of illustrator Daniel Sulzberg: “Spurred to action by the groundbreaking moments of activism and social justice occurring across the world, Sulzberg decided to create a children’s book called Smile Now. The illustrated collection features 31 life lessons that he hopes can spark meaningful conversations between parents and their children.” You can download it for free, but a donation to Calm4kids is strongly encouraged. —Independent


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