Kenny Slaught Examines The Features Of Hispanic Architecture

A United States architectural movement recognised as the Spanish Colonial Revival architecture originated in the early 20th century. The movement comprised designing some cities that were the former Spanish colonies, which then became American cities, using the Spanish architectural style. A major part of this architectural style can be seen in California. Post an earthquake…

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Kenny Slaught On Impact Of Hoover Dam For Southern California

The landmark structure was built during the American Great Depression years, between 1931 and 1936, costing the government $49 million. Initially named Boulder Dam, it was later switched to Hoover Dam in honor of the then-President Herbert Hoover, who made major contributions to the construction of this prodigious undertaking. It stands at 221 meters in…

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Kenny Slaught On Benefits Of Hospice Of Santa Barbara’s Anticipatory Grief Services

People who have a terminal illness and their loved ones can benefit from the grief services at Hospice of Santa Barbara. Most of these concentrate on kids, as one in 20 is faced with the loss of a parent before adulthood. Around one in 5 lose a close one before 18 years old. The Hospice’s…

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Kenny Slaught Working To Make Arts Programs Available In Santa Barbara

Every year, the Santa Barbara Bowl offers education outreach programs to about  20,000 students through non-profit arts programs, individual artists, and local schools. Real estate expert Kenny Slaught, based in Santa Barbara, supports his community by advertising the initiatives on his blog at KennySlaught.com. Read more: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/kenny-slaught-supporting-sustainable-choices-220800218.html

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Kenny Slaught Explains Benefits Of Supporting Youth Suffering Trauma

Hospice of Santa Barbara’ presence on school campuses remains constant, Kenny Slaught says. The groups of volunteers visit the campuses on a weekly basis and manage meetings with students who went through a traumatic experience. This allows an open space for kids to talk about their feelings and develop useful coping skills. Like this, teens…

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Kenny Slaught Discusses Market Of Today In California

Numerous people looking to buy a home on the West Coast are learning that prices for older, less trendy houses have grown. Kenny Slaught explains that the prices have been increasing since 2008. As per the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index, the costs of Los Angeles homes reached their highest point earlier this…

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Kenny Slaught Recognizes Santa Barbara’s Impressive History

Hotel Virginia, El Pueblo Viejo district, and the two pink towers of the Old Mission, where various events are organized, are among the best known architectural features of Santa Barbara. The County Courthouse is decorated with tiles in bright colors as well as various beautiful murals and other details. The city can be seen from…

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Kenny Slaught Writes About The Success Of “I Have A Friend” Program

Kenny Slaught, real estate expert, used to be a member of the Santa Barbara Hospice Foundation board and praises the organization’s efforts. Lately, he talked about the association’s ‘I Have a Friend’ initiative and advertised it on his blog at KennySlaught.com. Read more: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/kenny-slaught-backs-hospice-santa-024500507.html

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Kenny Slaught Discusses Historical Buildings In Santa Barbara

Architect George Washington Smith created the Spanish Colonial revival style in California almost 100 years ago. Smith left Harvard to become a bond trader, and relocated to Santa Barbara to retire after achieving success. However, he was surprised to see that locals loved the house he built. This drove him to continue designing for Santa…

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Multiple Ways To Support The Campaign – Kenny Slaught

The museum updates will last for 6 years. During this period, the facility will remain open to visitors as the project is planned in stages. Kenny Slaught reveals the main objectives of the campaign: to increase community and gallery space, improving the museum experience for visitors, and focusing on what the museum needs. Slaught adds…

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