May 24, 2020
Plus: Have you walked down State Street now that it's closed to cars?; a stripped-down Jeff Shelton rental; a pair of Montecito notables have gone MIA; two more sales of note.
April 4, 2020
The week's other top price reductions: Renovated ranch house way up the hill in Montecito; Spanish-Moorish fantasia in Hope Ranch; Golden Quadrangle teardown; 1930s Spanish on a Riviera cul-de-sac.
December 4, 2019
Highlights from this weekend’s open houses: Geodesic dome way up the mountain; a veritable showroom of interesting ceilings; redone ranch with wide ocean views; super-contemporary in Montecito.
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Regarding Ty Warner, this town really needs a shrink who specializes is money hoarding tendencies. I always imagine him in a house stuffed to the… — Elle
He has many more enterprises apart from the SYR- Montecito Club and Sandpiper to name only a few in SB. After the fires/mudslides several years… — JB
I’ll second your comments about Saint Bibiana!! It’s delicious!! — Lauren
I called omni catering and left a message. If I hear anything I will let you know. Thank you — Carplocal
All I know is that it's the same owners as Omni Catering/Teddy's and that it's called Brass Bird Coffee Co. (instagram.com/brassbirdcoffee). — Erik Torkells
Hi Erik, can you give us any information about the new coffee house that’s opening in carpinteria where the catering company was? I pass by… — Carplocal
I thought the owners of the bead shop were retiring and moving out of SB. Did they sell the biz to new owners? — Janet Green
For having work as a CFO in a leading luxury hotel group, margin are not thin. — OD
That pizza does look good! I was sad to see Little Kitchen close but that makes me a little less sad... — Rich
Severance pay under most management contract would be the owner responsibility. At 4S, only the GM’ is likely to be employed by the management company.… — OD
Burning Questions: “I know the city is working on a new building for the Santa Barbara Police Department. Once it’s finished, what will happen to the current building on E. Figueroa Street?” The answer is at SitelineSB.com ...