October 10, 2020
Tag: La Cumbre Plaza
Hiking Trails Have Reopened in Los Padres National Forest
Plus: Ace Rivington's store is moving; Seda Custom Skincare is opening a second location; Aman-inspired house also available as a rental; Lotusland's plant auction is online for the first time; plastic-bag recycling bin reappears at Vons; an attempt to address Highway 101 congestion in Pismo Beach.
August 20, 2020
August 5, 2020
More on the Bristol Farms Store Opening Soon at La Cumbre
More food news: The proprietor of the restaurant coming to the Fosters Freeze space; Revolver selling pizzas to go; new Montecito chocolate shop; Dutch Garden to reopen under new ownership; Everytable debut remains unclear; new tasting room in Carp; Solvang tiki bar serving "winetails."
July 13, 2020
California Is Shutting Down Various Industries Again
Other recent news: New design for big beachfront hotel; the county is looking into using the old Sears store as a Covid-treatment facility; small earthquake outside Carpinteria; Das Williams responds to damning Grand Jury report; courthouse plaque celebrates white people.
June 9, 2020
March 27, 2020
January 24, 2020
New Montecito Boutique Opened by Celebrity Entrepreneur and His Wife
More local news: Papyrus is closing all of its stores, including the one at La Cumbre Plaza; a summary of the recent Das Williams/Laura Capps debate; options unveiled for Modoc Road bike path; Montecito's walking-path mapmaker.
January 22, 2020
Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi Bought Another House
Two houses and a condo, actually. Other recent news: Uber is letting drivers at Santa Barbara Airport set their own fares; indoor-cycling studio at the La Cumbre mall; Southern California Edison accused of dumping debris into Mission Creek; Eastside Library reopens.
January 17, 2020
January 16, 2020
Bristol Farms Construction to Restart After Two-Month Delay
Other local news: Snow forecast for the Grapevine, which could mean traffic here; the stalled state of the Bellosguardo Foundation; burn-area sediment will be dumped at beaches in Goleta and Carp; Montecito resident working on a walking-path map; Westerlay Orchids is expanding. 1