Tuesday, July 21, 2009

What Grew Amid the Ashes

When the Jesusita wildfire roared through Mission Canyon back in May, it showed little respect for the area’s only tourist attraction—the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. Over 60 of its 78 acres were either damaged or destroyed, along with 8,800 specimen plants. And the only thing remaining of the Gane House, a 100-year-old Craftsman-style residence that housed all the gardening tools, were three brick chimneys.

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State of Our Unions: Why Marriage Matters

"Marriage is a hot topic these days. And a recent article in Time magazine makes a great contribution to the debate. Find out why."

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Don't take your passwords to the grave

"If you're smart about your online life, you've created strong and varied passwords for all your accounts. You change those passwords often. And you never write them down or share them with anyone."

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