The Big Yellow House Has a New Tenant

••• The Well‘s parent brand, Big Daddy’s Antiques, is opening in the main space inside Summerland’s Big Yellow[-ish] House this Friday: “The focus will be custom furniture, rugs, and a rotating art gallery. Also the space will be available for private events (just like The Well).”

••• The event that used to be known as the CALM Antique & Vintage Show is under new ownership and has a new name: Santa Barbara Antique Show. It’s May 13-15 at the Earl Warren Showgrounds. The website has a $5 entry voucher but doesn’t indicate how much admission is without it.

••• Hayes Commercial Group‘s first-quarter market report says that the new medical tenant at 21,900-square-foot 111 E. Victoria Street is UCLA Health.

••• The eight shares of Pacaso’s Riviera house, 1131 Las Alturas Road, all sold for $1.085 million.

••• Another week, another Jeff Bezos rumor: “Did Jeff Bezos really buy Black Mountain Ranch in Ojai?” asked L. The listing—3,600 acres, $100 million—is still live, so I’d say no, but for all we know, he’s giving it a sniff.

••• At the Santa Barbara Bowl: the Santa Barbara Mariachi Festival (August 6) and Australian band Rüfüs Du Sol (October 8).

••• The Beads store at De La Guerra and Santa Barbara is closing; much, if not all, is 50 percent off. The store has been open since 1984.


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The addition of UCLA medical to town has been fantastic for me. They have excellent doctors and it’s a priceless opportunity to get connected into the larger UCLA network for those of us with complex medical needs. It’s also been great to have much shorter wait times to see physicians than is typically experienced throughout the rest of town where it is fast becoming nearly impossible to be seen for any condition in a reasonable amount of time, or to become a patient if you are not already established as one. This is one circumstance in which I happily welcome our new overlords from LA!