June 17, 2022
Tag: La Casa de la Raza
The Sears Auto Center at La Cumbre Plaza Has a New Tenant
Other recent news: An update on the Coral Casino's renovations; chef Charlie Palmer is working on a Santa Barbara hotel; interview with police chief Barney Melekian; Santa Barbara Junior High School's flagpole has been replaced; Goleta voters to decide on small sales tax increase; weekly market at La Casa de la Raza; proposed UCSB staff housing moves forward. 2
November 11, 2020
A San Francisco Couple Spent $41 Million on Two Montecito Mansions
Other recent news: State Street shops blaming restaurants for hurting business; city council forcing landlords to pay for "relocation assistance" when leases aren't renewed; ticketing system approved for Covid-19-related violations; emergency shelter moved to Cabrillo Boulevard; La Casa de la Raza got landmarked.
October 22, 2020
Summerland’s Farmer & the Flea Is Back This Sunday
More food news: Satellite's special Mexican dinner; My Homies Kitchen is serving fresh, affordable food on Tuesdays at La Casa de la Raza; new coffee shop at Paseo Nuevo; Surf ’n’ Suds Beer Fest is now online; nearly 80 wineries oppose BID proposal.
September 17, 2020
Santa Barbara County Is Close to the Next Stage of Reopening
Other recent news: Bike-share docks face opposition from the Historic Landmarks Commission; Stables Inn has opened in Paso Robles; La Casa de la Raza is on track for landmark designation; Halloween parking restrictions in Goleta; Patagonia's cheeky political messaging.
May 5, 2020
First Look at the New Design for Ortega Park
Other local news: Plum Goods on State Street has closed; Goleta is considering a one-percent sales-tax increase; antibody tests available, but they're unreliable; developer Ed St. George on how to fix Santa Barbara; embattled cultural center finally shuttered.
January 30, 2020
UCLA Is Rumored to Be Opening Two Medical Centers Here
Other local news: City and county might combine emergency dispatch services; entertaining debate recap; actor Christopher Lloyd listed his house; dubious cannabis accounting; western monarch butterfly population decimation; La Casa de la Raza community center is back in trouble.
October 26, 2019
New Nonstop Flights Between Santa Barbara and Chicago
Other recent news: Montecito rate hike if it buys water from Santa Barbara; local teen runs a popular news aggregator; seagulls spoiling Channel Islands with "processed food and puked-up trash"; Latino organization La Casa de la Raza is struggling.