Saturday, February 24, 2018     Volume: 18, Issue: 51

Santa Maria Sun / Arts

PCPA delivers powerful production of Arthur Miller's 'The Crucible'


When watching a play like The Crucible, now more than 65 years old, one wonders what playwright Arthur Miller would make of America now. Miller set his landmark, Tony Award-winning play in one of the darkest eras in American history, to shine a light on the troubling hysteria of the Red Scare, le...

Solvang artist Laura Scandalis Cross takes a playful look at life


A visit to Laura Scandalis Cross’ Solvang home and makeshift studio first starts with a greeting from Betty. Betty is Cross’ dog, who’s ready to inspect any visitor approaching the front door. Once she’s satisfied with an offering of pets and dog-friendly affirmations, she r...

Solvang Library seeks poetry submissions from Santa Ynez Valley students


The Solvang Library is asking Santa Ynez Valley sixth, seventh, and eighth graders to write a poem and share it with the community in a public reading. Writers are asked to submit a 25-line poem on the theme “Selfies: Pretense, Truth, and Dreams.” Submissions are due by March 30, and a ...

Lompoc Library announces Zip Book program


The California State Library selected the Lompoc Public Library System to participate in a project called Zip Books to help library users get better access to books they want. The program helps libraries purchase requested books they don't own and then have them shipped to the user directly. Books ...

Weekly Poll
Where do you like to take in the arts?

Santa Ynez Valley galleries.
Lompoc is great for murals and exhibits.
Allan Hancock College and PCPA do great work.
My doctor's office.

| Poll Results