Archive

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May 10, 2012

Montecito's Design Showcase

Joanie Franz and her husband, NYPD Blues’ star Dennis Franz, along with their son-in-law Phillip Pennestri, ready 6,000 sq ft Peter Becker-designed home forJunior League of Santa Barbara tours


May 3, 2012

It’s MAY MADNESS at Miraflores

Montecito’s finest, largest, and most extensive estate sale takes place on grounds of Music Academy,


April 26, 2012

Standing Room Only

Caltrans’ $450-million Hwy 101 eleven-mile lane-expansion Open House draws capacity crowd to Montecito Country Club


April 19, 2012

Highway 101 Decision Time: IT’S NOW…OR NEVER!

Former Montecito Association President J’Amy Brown sounds the alarm over upcoming ten-year highway construction project that could change Montecito forever


April 12, 2012

The Saxophonist & the Singer

Montecito Jazz Great Charles Lloyd teams up with Greek Sensation Maria Farantouri for historic concert this weekend at the Lobero


April 5, 2012

Saks and The City

Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation entices with cocktails, appetizers, makeovers, massages, auction, and fashion show featuring Lisa Gastineau and Andrew Firestone at Saks Fifth Avenue for storewide fundraiser,


March 29, 2012

Who and What Makes Montecito Work

It’s not a city and it’s not incorporated, but the village of Montecito maintains its unique status via a network of committees, boards, special districts, planning commissioners, and an influential and politically savvy Montecito Association


March 22, 2012

Hot Springs Canyon

Belongs to Montecito Now!


March 15, 2012

The Making of a Robot

Dos Pueblos High School Engineering Academy seniors design, construct, and program Team 1717’s robot challenger


March 8, 2012

asks a surprised Second District Supervisor Janet Wolf. “Does anybody think it was anything else?” owner Rick Caruso shoots back as Miramar construction permit extension approved.