Vaccinations Will Soon Open to People Age 50 and Up

••• As you’ve undoubtedly already heard, “California health officials announced Thursday that all state residents age 16 and above will be eligible for Covid-19 vaccines starting April 15. Residents 50 and above can get their shots beginning April 1.” And the county is onboard. —Independent

••• “After 25 years in business, Instrumental Music [on State Street in San Roque] is taking its final bow and moving forward with plans to shut its doors in April.” (And from the store’s Facebook page: “We will be holding a final inventory sale April 10th 9-6 where you can purchase remaining inventory and store fixtures at discounted prices.”) —Santa Barbara News-Press

••• “In one of the more awkward Santa Barbara City Council meetings in recent memory, the panel voted unanimously to approve a project improving Sola Street for bicyclists [but] a few of the councilmembers expressed frustration, discomfort, and even anger that they had to settle a spat between the city’s Public Works Department and the Historic Landmarks Commission.” —Noozhawk

••• It sounds like more awkwardness is in the forecast: “Santa Barbara City Council member Mike Jordan disclosed on Wednesday that he is supporting commercial developer Barrett Reed’s challenge to colleague and District 4 incumbent Kristen Sneddon in her bid for re-election.” —Newsmakers

••• “The Ventura County Fair has been canceled for 2021,” tweeted KEYT’s John Palminteri.

••• The Daily Mail has a word-vomit of an article about Gwyneth Paltrow’s Montecito renovation.


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