September 4, 2022
Tag: Lynda Weinman
Tomorrow Is the West Wind Drive-In Theater’s Last Day
Plus: Chapel for sale; interior shots of the wild underground house on Pepper Hill and Jeff Shelton's round stone tower; the reopening of the Butterfly Lane pedestrian undercrossing got pushed back; Kevin Costner at the airport; the Pad climbing gym kiboshed its State Street plans; a visit to new refillable shop Sunkissed Pantry. 1
July 1, 2021
Montecito Mercantile Opens This Friday
Plus: An architectural model of the massive underground house being built in Pepper Hill; an ideal amenity for avid golfers; the state of Montecito's water agreement with Santa Barbara; Santa Barbara Airbus is once again offering L.A. day trips; a visit to exquisite Hollister Ranch.
March 30, 2021
March 22, 2021
Could the Coral Casino Be Splitting from the Biltmore?
Plus: The backstory of Jeff Shelton's Vera Cruz building on Santa Barbara Street; Fuera Lane house gets a $2.3 million price hike; hard-hat tour of Goleta's Cortona Point apartment complex; ceramic collaboration by Patrick Hall and Lynda Weinman; a suggestion for anyone having trouble landing a vaccination appointment.
January 19, 2021
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June 15, 2020
Montecito’s Most Interesting House Has Taken a New Turn
Plus: How to voice opposition to Pat Nesbitt's private helispot; Cuyama collaboration yields nifty T-shirts to benefit Black Lives Matter; new shop at the Rosewood Miramar Beach; Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit's Santa Barbara Bowl show has been rescheduled; is that a viewing pavilion under construction way up Hot Springs Road?
April 23, 2020
The Rental Market Is Really Heating Up
Plus: George Washington Smith's first house is available for rent again; checking in on the giant bunker under construction in Pepper Hill; the Montecito Association wants to close trailhead parking to non-locals; San Ysidro Road correction; ham hock.
March 20, 2020
Real Estate Agents Are Now Discouraged From Showing Houses
Plus: Checking in on the underground lair being built in Pepper Hill; Santa Ynez farm marketed as Covid-19 hideout; UCSB Arts & Lectures canceled its season; cops expect more domestic disturbance calls due to cabin fever; a chillier welcome on Riven Rock Road.