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July 11, 2013

The Shop Girl

Former Antoinette creative designer Laura Dinning, a self-described lifelong shop girl, along with her Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising graduate daughter TJ, transform Coast Village corner space into Allora by Laura


June 27, 2013

18th Annual Village Fourth Parade & Celebration

Montecito Association’s annual Fourth of July extravaganza features a firehouse breakfast, short but mighty parade, and games & treats in the park


May 23, 2013

A FITTING GOOD-BYE

Jonathan Winters feted by array of show-business friends during invitation-only event at the Lobero


May 9, 2013

Where's The Beef

Well, it could be on Hollister Ranch where a herd of grass-fed potato-couch cattle are being fattened up for Montecito and Santa Barbara palates


May 2, 2013

THE PLAY’S THE THING

It’s hard to imagine any town or city in the U.S. of comparable size that can match the sheer quality and quantity of stage performances Santa Barbara school kids are offering this weekend and next


April 25, 2013

MAY MADNESS

The first Saturday in May is day for Montecito’s biggest estate sale of the year… and the largest ever


March 18, 2013

The Thinks You Can Think!

Annual MUS Carnival features wit and wisdom of Dr. Seuss once again;April 27th event to run from 10 am to 3 pm


April 11, 2013

The Bombe r Boys Of World War II

Flying into anti-aircraft fire and dodging enemy fighter planes, these boys of the 1940s went through hell and back and survived. They’ll tell their stories on April 19


April 4, 2013

SAKS & THE CITY

Thursday, April 18 (from 6 to 10 pm) is the day actor Billy Baldwin hosts yearly Teddy Bear Cancer Foundations’s popular (and likely to sell out… again) event,


March 28, 2013

THE HIGH COST OF MONTECITO’S WATER, (PART TWO)

The price of supplying water for Montecito residents is set to rise by 55% over the next four years; Bob Hazard explains why