Summerland’s Farmer & the Flea Is Back This Sunday

••• After an eight-month hiatus, the Farmer & the Flea is back this Sunday, October 25, at the Summerland post office from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This video from 2018 of what you can generally expect, but there will likely be different vendors. Also, people—including you—will be wearing masks. (The market is every fourth Sunday of the month.)

••• Tuesdays at La Casa de la Raza, My Homies Kitchen is serving up food that’s fresh, affordable, and rather tasty-looking. And it has good intentions: “We have plans to create a program that teaches at-risk teens how to become sustainable chefs,” says cofounder Alexander Fresno, who is also a sous chef at the Black Sheep.

••• Bite Me noticed that a new café has opened in Paseo Nuevo: Hustle & Grind Coffee Company, sharing space with Paradice [sic] Hawaiian Shave Ice.

••• “Surf ’n’ Suds Beer Fests Go Virtual […] Organizer of Annual Carpinteria and Ventura Events Now Hosting Popular Monthly Tastings.” —Independent

••• “Opposition Mounting to Santa Barbara County Wine Fee […] Nearly 80 Wineries Form Coalition to Battle Vintners Association’s Wine BID Proposal.” —Independent

••• The next international cuisine night at Satellite is October 28, and it’ll feature Mexican food. All vegan, por supuesto. (The menu below says October 21 because there was also one yesterday that I missed.)


Sign up for the Siteline email newsletter and you’ll never miss a post.