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Kenny Slaught Discusses California Architectural Traditions

The most well known Santa Barbara attractions are hundreds of years old Hotel Virginia, the Old Mission’s pink towers where events are hosted and the historic El Pueblo Viejo neighborhood. The colorful murals at the County Courthouse are eye catching, and the clock tower and observation deck offer scenic views of Santa Barbara. The Lobero theatre was first built in 1873 and then restored by George Washington Smith in the 1920s. It was only thanks to the city founder’s advanced planning that these structures exist, Kenny Slaught says.

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Kenny Slaught Works To Further Global Health Research

Kenny Slaught is in favor of medical research that can be used to offer complete health help in a timely manner, everywhere in the world. The director of Global Health Discovery with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is Chris Wilson. He says that the allowances are for finding solutions that can help save many… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Explains The Development Of The Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture

A United States architectural movement, the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture was initiated in the early 20th century. The movement involved designing some cities that were the foremost Spanish colonies, which then became American cities, using the Spanish architectural style. A big portion of this architectural style can be seen in California. After an earthquake that… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On Southern California’s Ongoing Dependence On Hoover Dam

The ground-breaking dam built during the American Great Depression period was erected between 1931 and 1936, costing Americans $49 million dollars. The dam was originally named Boulder Dam, but became Hoover Dam in honor of then-President Herbert Hoover, who had made significant contributions to the completion of this prodigious project. It is 221 meters in… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On The Colonial Accents In Santa Barbara’s Architecture

Those who are interested in Hispanic architecture can learn more by visiting central Santa Barbara. The buildings showcase the architecture of that era. For example, some colonial style roofs are similar to the ones found in Cartagena, Mompox and San Juan in Puerto Rico. Santa Barbara made efforts to protect its original architecture by implementing… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught – Discusses Seven Best Landmark Destinations in Santa Barbara

Mission Santa Barbara was started in 1786 by the Spanish Catholic Church, and was the tenth church who converted the indigenous people in Santa Barbara County. The missions includes a filter house,  Spanish gristmill, portions of aqueducts, and two reservoirs served as part of Santa Barbara water system. Kenny Slaught says that those who want to… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught – Santa Barbara City College Has A Great Reputation When It Comes To Offering Network Support

By training professionals working in network support, Santa Barbara City College has retained the good name it has in the field.  Kenny Slaught believes the program is beneficial and worth the time invested. Engineers work within a company while also managing their computer network, and help employees with the best technological applications in connectivity and data… Continue Reading