Archive for the ‘SEASONS Magazine’ Category

  • The Oak Group on Art and Preservation

    Apr 30, 12 • Archives

    by Rebekah Altman The awe that Santa Barbara County’s natural beauty inspires is nowhere as palpable as in the work of The Oak Group—a shifting consortium of artists who have captured the wild preciousness of this region in oils, acrylic, watercolor...

  • Anthony Grumbine on Architecture

    Apr 26, 12 • Archives

    By Rebekah Altman It may be Santa Barbara’s best-recognized architectural style, but Spanish Colonial is only one of some 30 styles that can be seen on any stroll or drive around the downtown area. Ask Anthony Grumbine of Harrison Design...

  • Santa Barbara Fresh

    Dec 6, 11 • Eat, Local Dish, Read, SEASONS Magazine

    The Culinary Culture section of Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine Winter 2011/12 issue features local dish about new foodie favorites Casa Blanca Restaurant & Cantina, Le Cafe Stella, El Taco Tequila Taqueria, Cadiz, Padaro Beach Grill, Seagrass Restaurant...

  • The Journey from Hope to Home

    Dec 5, 11 • Architecture, Archives, SEASONS Magazine

      Take a journey with the Schiffer family, as their Mission Canyon home rises from the ashes of the Jesusita Fire in a collaborative celebration of creativity and practicality. Click here to read online version of the story,  From Hope to Home , from...

  • Local Lowdown: Lady Literati

    Nov 27, 11 • SEASONS Magazine, To Do

    Bookstores are brimming with great gift ideas for everyone on your holiday list, including these new releases from local ladies of literature. With her signature sassy style, Jenna McCarthy’s If it Was Easy, They’d Call the Whole Damn Thing a Honeymoon:...