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March 7, 1990 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Compared to the programs of the long-established festivals in Cannes, New York and Toronto, the Santa Barbara International Film Festival is strictly junior varsity. But when it comes to setting, movie-going convenience and organizational good will, you need go no further. This 5-year-old festival, almost contained on beautiful State Street just blocks from the Pacific Ocean, is becoming a regional paradise for film fans.
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March 7, 1990 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Compared to the programs of the long-established festivals in Cannes, New York and Toronto, the Santa Barbara International Film Festival is strictly junior varsity. But when it comes to setting, movie-going convenience and organizational good will, you need go no further. This 5-year-old festival, almost contained on beautiful State Street just blocks from the Pacific Ocean, is becoming a regional paradise for film fans.
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October 6, 1989 | JOSEF WOODARD
Down at the intimate brick-lined Joseppi's on State Street, you can catch jazz at least a few times a week. Locals know the place as a kind of comfortable hangout, where the affable owner, Joseppi Scozarro is likely to break out his accordion to play "Stella By Starlight" or "O Sole Mio."
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October 6, 1989 | JOSEF WOODARD
Down at the intimate brick-lined Joseppi's on State Street, you can catch jazz at least a few times a week. Locals know the place as a kind of comfortable hangout, where the affable owner, Joseppi Scozarro is likely to break out his accordion to play "Stella By Starlight" or "O Sole Mio."
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