December 29, 2022
Tag: Summer Solstice Celebration
The Theme of the 2023 Summer Solstice Celebration
Other recent news: 90-minute parking limit coming to Old Town Goleta; update on the apartment complex in the works for De La Vina and Carrillo; Sansum Clinic staff can now charge patients for emails; 24-unit mixed-use development proposed for Carpinteria Avenue.
June 24, 2022
A Step Forward for the Santa Barbara Airport Expansion
Other recent news: The where, when, and what of this weekend's Summer Solstice Celebration; city council adopts drought measures; a long look at Carpinteria's cannabis problem; Planet Fitness gym opens in Goleta; profile of hedge fund manager/musician Pete Muller; Santa Barbara fisherman had to swim for eight hours after sleepwalking off the deck.
April 1, 2022
Buyer of $52 Million Montecito Mansion Revealed
Other recent news: Temporary bypass lane to be installed on four-stretch of Highway 101 between Santa Barbara and Ventura; the Summer Solstice parade won't be on State Street this year; neighbors object to "keyless" hotel coming to Garden Street; Santa Barbara redistricting map finalist; Rincon Trail Project gets stalled by appeals; local dentist with a support dog for patients. 1
March 10, 2022
The World’s Biggest Bounce House Is Coming to Town
Plus: Farmer & the Flea is moving to Santa Barbara; the Summer Solstice Celebration announced its 2022 theme; upcoming concerts by Maren Morris, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard; a heck of a price hike on Sand Point Road.
April 22, 2021
The Summer Solstice Festival Isn’t Happening This Year
Other recent news: Rumors that the Biltmore is being turned Moroccan and/or into condos; work to start soon on the Arroyo Burro Open Space and the Randall Road Debris Basin; transgender man fatally shot by Lompoc police in suspicious circumstances; Santa Barbara City Council to consider "hero pay" for grocery workers.
April 17, 2020
Summer Solstice Celebration Will Only Be Online This Year
Other local news: I Madonnari Street Painting Festival canceled; now 354 Covid-19 cases and a third death; Santa Barbara's grim economic future; Southern California no longer abnormally dry; council member supports temporary city council pay cut; My Gym has closed.