Kenny Slaught Welcomes Architecture Fans To Santa Barbara

The Spanish Colonial Revival architecture style was started by George Washington Smith, 100 years ago in California. Smith gave up Harvard to work in business, and later moved to Santa Barbara for his retirement. Locals loved the house he designed, which convinced him to keep designing for the city. He used materials brought from Spain…

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Kenny Slaught On The Booming Startup Culture In Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara became an area for developing businesses along with being a top tourist destination, says Kenny Slaught. Many successful firms like AppScale, LastLine, TrackR, and Salty Girl Seafood were started by University of California Santa Barbara graduates. Central Coast claims double the investment per capita in development than the larger market in the Los…

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President Herbert Hoover Contributed Significantly to the Construction of Hoover Dam – Kenny Slaught

The project was built between 1931 and 1936, during the Great Depression, for $49 million. First called Boulder Dam, its name was later changed to Hoover Dam due to the contributions made by President Herbert Hoover. The project has a height of 221 meters, a length of 379 meters, and can generate 4,2 billion kWh…

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