••• Uncorked will close next month.
••• Two new tasting rooms in the Funk Zone.
••• Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant has moved in with another establishment.
••• Goodland Wine Shop is now open on Upper State Street.
••• Why the Goleta Beach restaurant is delayed.
••• Corazón says it hasn’t committed to helping M. Special with food.
••• Noleta IHOP has closed.
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Noteworthy new listings: Upper East Structure of Merit with a seductive floor plan; a restrained Jeff Shelton house in Coast Village; tomato-red farmhouse near San Ysidro Ranch; 2000 Supertuscan; boho compound with views; monastic Westside contemporary; and more.
Everything you need to know about the Santa Barbara Adventure Company’s terrific kayak tour of Santa Cruz Island.
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••• The last two oil piers on Haskell’s Beach will be removed soon.
••• The Hotel Santa Barbara is finally getting some work done.
••• Developers of the Surfliner Inn in Carpinteria make a concession.
••• Sick sea lions.
••• Updates on apartment projects on Garden and Milpas.
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