August 19, 2021
Tag: The Well
Your Recall Ballot Should Arrive Soon (So Please Vote)
Plus: The new apartment building under construction at Santa Barbara and De La Guerra has come a long way; the Well is opening another location nearby; Rebecca Bjork named interim city administrator; film festival passes and ticket packages are 25 percent off; mailbox robbery and replacement. 2
August 11, 2021
January 27, 2021
First Look at the Montecito Water Tank House
Plus: A new online store selling local handmade goods; The Well's third house has opened; the layout of the Mattei's Tavern resort; Santa Barbara International Film Festival's Outstanding Performer of the Year award; development likely for a corner lot downtown.
November 27, 2020
Sheriff’s Office Warns About Sex Crimes on Hiking Trails
Other recent news: The buyers of houses by Barton Myers and George Washington Smith; Nesbitt mansion yanked from the auction block; progress for the Randall Road Debris Basin; new retail planned for Summerland; congressional candidate Andy Caldwell thinks he actually won. 1
August 3, 2020
Fosters Freeze Will Be Turned Into a Much More Ambitious Restaurant
More food news: The Well in Summerland might end up with a café; a peek inside Little Dom's Seafood; Aperitivo opening update; checking in on Peasants Feast in Solvang; Villa Wine Bar now has sushi night; a tantalizing ice cream flavor for summer; the Harbor & Seafood Festival has been canceled. 2
July 14, 2020
July 6, 2020
Another Home Store Is Opening in Summerland
Other recent news: Fifteen-foot shark spotted off the Santa Barbara Harbor; San Marcos High School student making change happen; continued push for the Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary; the man behind Montecito's beautiful memorial benches.
July 4, 2020
Magazine Editors’ Shop in Summerland
Plus: Ambiance boutique appears to have left Montecito; Treat skincare moved storefronts; liquor store space for rent; Eucalyptus Lane cottages have access to the Miramar resort's facilities; new fast-charging electric vehicle charging stations from Caltrans.