September 29, 2021
Tag: Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation
More Photos of the Padaro Lane Estate Asking $80 Million
Plus: Construction of underground pipeline to disrupt a swath of the city; Alt-J and Portugal. The Man to play the Santa Barbara Bowl; Asian American Neighborhood Festival on October 7; skincare business appears to be leaving Coast Village Road; "California on My Mind" at Sullivan Goss.
August 1, 2021
This Year’s Fiesta Mercado Has Been Canceled
Plus: Prominent beachfront house for rent for $150,000 per month; Mujeres Makers Market will be at the Casa de la Guerra courtyard; introducing Galavant, which organizes concerts around town; a Santa Ynez Valley ranch with a rad name; two more Santa Barbara Bowl shows; last week's "Where in Santa Barbara...?" answer.
July 26, 2021
Santa Barbara Hives’s New Shop Is a Keeper
Plus: A visit to the cool Neal Feay aluminum fabricator; the Presidio state park has reopened with improvements; new needlepoint shop in Montecito; southbound 101 onramp in Summerland is slated to be completed by November 1; a real steal in Ojai; jewelry pop-up at the Montecito Country Mart; slow news day at the News-Press.
November 18, 2020
September 10, 2020
August 3, 2020
Squatters Lived in a Montecito House for Eight Months
Plus: Free demonstrations at StretchLab opening on Coast Village Road; the chapel bells at the Presidio; the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History's "Ask a Curator" tool; map of bike paths now and forthcoming; "State Street Serenade" screening and discussion.
August 1, 2020
Feedback on the Full-Block Development in the Funk Zone
Other recent news: The county discovered 28 more Covid-19 deaths; four Presidio buildings are getting fixed up; resident vs. Milpas CVS store; school district and teachers come to an agreement; county probation supervisor allegedly embezzled $600,000; the proposed Montecito Sanitary District building.
June 23, 2020
The Saturday Farmers’ Market Gets a Temporary Reprieve
More food news: Caruso's is only letting hotel guests book during prime dinner hours; Bouchon now offering takeout; Stonehouse menu includes Plow & Angel dishes; German restaurant closed after 75 years; Zizzo’s Coffeehouse & Brew Pub closed; fresh olive oil from the Santa Inés Mission.
June 16, 2020