Santa Barbara’s new Sprouts supermarket feels like a cross between Trader Joe’s and Lazy Acres, with the folksiness of the former and the healthfulness of the latter. Photos and thoughts.
••• Isla Vista is poised to drag the county’s reopening down (photo by Max Abrams/Daily Nexus).
••• A long look at the Paseo Nuevo deal.
••• Roger the Scanner Guy is retiring from Edhat.
••• Montecito man sentenced to three years in prison for fraud.
••• State bill to allow subdivision of residential lots stalled.
••• Another school-board candidate Q&A.
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“Today is the the start of our heat wave, with a jump of six degrees,” says Jack Martin of Action Roofing. “Friday and Saturday will also rise each day, and Sunday will be the hottest day—90 degrees at the beaches and everywhere else over 100. The heat wave continues next week, but it will begin to back down.” Email [email protected] to receive daily updates.
Nine noteworthy properties new to market, including a spec renovation with midcentury lines and sweeping views, a distinctive house on Ortega Ridge, oceanfront properties on Miramar Beach and Padaro Lane, and an Upper East house with a barn.
ODDS & ENDS
••• 19 more acres of cannabis cultivation proposed for Carpinteria.
••• Jeff Shelton’s marvelous tiles.
••• Local artist Kara Suhey’s new print shop (above).
••• “Historical happy hour” about the Gaviota Coast in 1919.
••• New home for Goleta clothing reseller Lazy Eye Shop.
••• Porch’s Summerland store is opening.
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WALK WITH ME
Samarkand is a land of small-town charms—lemonade stands, lawn bowls, good vibes, and bingo nights. Walk with me….
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