The Good Lion and Barbareño are collaborating again: Their new establishment will be a natural wine bar, a cocktail bar, a bottle shop, and a restaurant—and it’s soft-opening soon.
As fancy as Montecito real estate gets—and keeps getting—you can still come upon a gorgeous relic like Stonehedge, on the market for the first time in nearly a century. Listing agents Tim Walsh and Riskin Partners invited me over for a preview.
ODDS & ENDS
••• Amazing photos of the Montecito lair-in-progress (way better than the one above).
••• Prominent Carpinteria corner for rent.
••• Post-screening discussion about Vera Cruz, a short film about the Jeff Shelton house on Santa Barbara Street.
••• Clare V. pop-up open.
••• Retro-style Mollusk video.
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“Today will be just as hot as yesterday,” says Jack Martin of Action Roofing. “We should see slight cooling tomorrow, but still quite hot everywhere. For the weekend, it looks like hurricane Genevieve will bring us at least a south swell. The jury is still out on any chance of moisture here, but it’s not looking likely.” Email [email protected] to receive daily updates.
••• Update on Highway 101 improvements in Summerland.
••• Who owns the superyacht anchored off Santa Barbara.
••• County guidance on school waivers and salons operating illegally.
••• Caltrans cleared fire hazards in Goleta.
••• California Avocado Festival to be virtual.
••• NCAA men’s soccer tournament won’t be at UCSB as planned.
••• School-board candidate Monie de Wit.
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Inventory new and old continues to get snapped up. Here are the 10 notable closings from the past week, including a Frenchish house that finally sold after nearly two years, a Hedgerow heartbreaker, and more.
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