Archive

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March 21, 2013

Montecito's Water Supply

Where It Comes From, Where It Goes, and How Much It Costs To Get There (part one)


March 14, 2013

HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANDY!

Irrepressible Andy Granatelli about to celebrate a major life milestone: The Big 9-0!


March 14, 2013

The

Verizon Wireless and Santa Angela Lane neighbors poised to settle on 75-ft faux pine antenna “tree”; MBAR nixes Hot Springs/Olive Mill alternative


February 28, 2013

Captain of the Guard

Former NFL defensive lineman Ta’u Pupu’a tackles a different kind of role; he plays Radames in Verdi’s Aida this weekend at the Granada


February 21, 2013

Saving the Montecito Corridor

Former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Mary Peters says Caltrans’ failure to consider alternatives such as those proposed by the Montecito Association “could result in irreversible impacts to this beautiful area... Given all that could be lost, isn’t it worth another look?” she asks.


February 14, 2013

WALK TO SCHOOL

It’s a luxury and it’s still available. Mark Hunt selects four homes for sale within easy walking distance to MUS or Cold Spring School


February 7, 2013

THE COMEBACK KID COMES BACK…AGAIN

Bruce Sandifer is out of his wheelchair and practicing, preserving, and teaching California bridle horse traditions once more


January 31, 2013

Montecito's Emerging Movie Makers

A new generation of talented and ambitious young men and women (such as J.J. Kandel, seen here on the set of Hurt Locker) is about to reshape the entertainment industry; those profiled here have one thing in common: They all went to school in Montecito


January 24, 2013

It's All In The Camera

Pint-sized Oscar nominee, nineyear- old Quvenzhané Wallis (Beasts of the Southern Wild), and sadistic fast-food manager Ann Dowd (Compliance) star in fi rst week of Santa Barbara’s Film Festival


January 17, 2013

Montecito's Property Taxes:

WHO PAYS THEM, HOW MUCH THEY PAY, AND WHAT THEY PAY FOR