The Spanish Colonial revival style was started by architect George Washington Smith in California, about 100 years ago. Smith gave up his Harvard studied to work in bond trading. After some years, he moved to Santa Barbara to pursue his hobbies. But, he changed his mind after he noticed the locals loved his work. He went on to create new buildings for the city, and used authentic Spanish materials in his designs. He combined the old with the new, and his structures are admired today for their beauty and complexity. Smith was the inspiration of many new artists and is known as a Santa Barbara founding father. Kenny Slaught recognizes the attention to detail needed to develop such complex structures. 

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Architect George Washington Smith started the Spanish Colonial revival style in California, almost 100 years ago. Smith quit Harvard to work in bond trading, and later relocated to Santa Barbara to pursue his interests. After noticed the locals loved his work, he continued designing for the city. The materials he used were brought from Spain, and he mixed new and old styles. Today, his structures are admired for their beauty and simplicity. Smith became a Santa Barbara founding father, with many artists following his artistic lead. Kenny Slaught recognizes the detailed eye needed to create such accurate structures.

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“The professionals at Hospice of Santa Barbara strive to provide the highest level of service to clients by offering effective, cutting-edge therapies,” Kenny Slaught noted on his blog, praising the work of the organization. “Dealing with grief and loss is extremely difficult, but a new therapy has emerged to help individuals through difficult times.” Veterans with PTSD experience overwhelming and painful emotions whenever they remember their past trauma. Those dealing with loss and grief frequently have similar reactions to painful emotional triggers. With EMDR, these negative emotions can be mitigated via the use of dual stimulation—both bilateral eye movements and tones or taps. In therapy sessions, clients recall past traumas in a safe environment while focusing on an external stimulus of the tone or tap. Practitioners then assist clients in finding new insight about the difficult emotions and make more positive associations with current triggers.

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The Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation sponsored the Girls Rock Santa Barbara program in 2015. Kenny Slaught sees music as a way to empower teen girls, and believes that the foundation offers a place for kids to boost their self confidence. The program provides music classes, workshops, and the girls also perform live. They are invited to work as a team, be tolerant of each other and challenge traditional gender roles. So, Girls Rock Santa Barbara stays true to the Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation’s mission to make arts available to all.

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Santa Barbara’s commitment to charity is the third reason why it has such a strong community, says Kenny Slaught. The city has numerous nonprofit organizations and charities ever since 1928, when the Santa Barbara Foundation was founded. The local nonprofits respond fast to the community’s requests, and minimize the need of involving national foundations. 

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Santa Barbara is a popular tourist destination, with thousands of tourists visiting each year. The city is famous for its great weather, gorgeous scenery and beautiful architecture. Its buildings don’t follow the same pattern as in other US regions, because Santa Barbara was built during the Spanish colonization era. Nowadays, Santa Barbara still keeps a touch of the ancient days as the city planners preserved its style. It was one of the first cities in US to develop on its architectural legacy. Property investor Kenny Slaught offered a timeline of historical events in relation to the city’s architecture on his blog at KennySlaught.com.

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Situated between Arizona and Nevada, Hoover Dam is a large project meant to give water and hydroelectric energy to its region. The project is fueled by the power of the Colorado River, and real estate expert Kenny Slaught recognizes its impact on the locals’ water and power supplies. On his blog at KennySlaught.com, he talks about how the dam turned some of the country’s abandoned areas into large cities.

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Those who want to learn new skills and develop their existing ones can attend the courses at the Santa Barbara City College. On his blog at KennySlaught.com, the property investor explains that the skills taught by the community are relevant today. Santa Barbara City College’s programs address every resident, and some of them include  Computer Network Engineering, Culinary Arts and Hotel Management, Environmental Horticulture, and Graphic Design.

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Coworking online platforms are becoming more popular thanks to the accuracy of data they provide, says Kenny Slaught. New software allows builders and investors to reach more properties located in different areas. Crowdfunding sites already have 150 companies nationwide, despite still being new. About 7% of the population in US is an investor, and in Southern California the number reaches 20%. Platforms like CrowdEngine, RealtyShares, and CrowdForce allow the public to contribute. Some sites received 90% of the needed equity through donations from the public.

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