••• “American Indian Health & Services currently runs a medical center out of five separate offices, with no options for lease renewals. […] The Santa Barbara Planning Commission on Thursday showed support for initiating a specific plan, which would allow the clinic to build a new center at the site of the Army Reserve Center, 3237 State St.” —Noozhawk
••• “The Bellosguardo Foundation has resubmitted its proposal to Santa Barbara officials for hosting tours of late Huguette Clark’s clifftop estate. […] A maximum of 34 guests would park on the property and be directed toward a ‘rally point’ for a docent-led tour of the first floor of the main house. Tours will be every hour and a half from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week. […] The foundation’s application also seeks permission for different-sized special events each month with shuttle service: up to five special events for between 64-199 guests, up to two for between 200-500 guests, and five dance and theater performances for between 500-1,500 guests each.” —Independent
••• “The state recently released visualization maps for new state Assembly, Senate and congressional districts, and one of the proposed maps shows a significant shakeup in three Assembly districts on the South Coast. The most notable is a map that creates a mostly Santa Barbara County district, stretching from Arroyo Grande to Carpinteria. The current 37th Assembly District is roughly half of Santa Barbara County plus Ventura County.” —Noozhawk
••• Athleta’s State Street store will open December 4. —Noozhawk
••• “What many consider Santa Barbara’s most unique holiday shopping experience, the Folk & Tribal Arts Marketplace, is back. From Dec. 3-6, the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History will once again host its popular three-day indoor/outdoor shopping extravaganza.” —Santa Barbara News-Press
••• “Metropolitan Theatres Corp. has announced the reopening of Hitchcock Cinemas beginning next Wednesday.” —Noozhawk
••• The Four Seasons hotel in New York City is said to be reopening; perhaps owner Ty Warner will find a way to get his Four Seasons Biltmore open, too. —New York Post
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