Posts Tagged ‘santa barbara seasons’

  • Women’s Fund Awards $525,000 to Eight Local Nonprofits

    May 2, 13 • Nonprofits, Web Exclusives

    Eight local nonprofits are celebrating this week, as the Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara doled out grants totaling $525,000 at its 9th Annual Presentation of Funds Luncheon.  This luncheon celebrates the end of the annual Women’s Fund grant cycle, and...

  • Brad Mehldau Trio and The Bad Plus

    May 2, 13 • Datebook, Music, To Do, Web Exclusives

    May 3, 8 p.m. Brad Mehldau Trio and The Bad Plus Whether playing his own stunning compositions, classical works or more contemporary tunes from the likes of Radiohead and the Beatles, jazz pianist Brad Mehldau is known for his improvisatory genius. Combined...

  • Crowd Pleasers

    May 2, 13 • Eat, SEASONS Magazine

    Story by Nancy Ransohoff Aaah spring, the sun-warmed season to celebrate weddings, graduations, Mothers’ Day, or just because. Whether you’re looking for low-key or lavish, here’s an A-list of area restaurants that offer private dining spaces. The...

  • The French Invasion

    May 2, 13 • Eat, SEASONS Magazine

    Story by Nancy Ransohoff Photos by Lindsay Dobbs Yes, the French are coming…and they’re bringing boatloads of Gallic gastronomy from frites to crêpes. Three new French restaurants in downtown Santa Barbara offer a taste of Paris without the hassle of...

  • Ocean Ranch Organics

    May 2, 13 • Eat, SEASONS Magazine

    Story by Nancy Ransohoff Photos by Lindsay Dobbs When private chef and caterer Kim Redman’s clients began clamoring for her tasty homemade granola, she obliged by launching a line of her crunchelicious culinary creation. Now packaged in eye-catching bags...

  • Finding the Fund: The Arts Fund Faces a Changing Mission

    May 2, 13 • Fine Art, Nonprofits, SEASONS Magazine

    Story by D.J. Palladino Photos by Miguel Folch Catherine Gee not only runs The Arts Fund for Santa Barbara, but you might say she’s a client, too. Gee, whose name is pronounced like the expression of wonder, came here less than five years ago as an arts...

  • Gardens of Delight

    May 2, 13 • Archives, Gardens, SEASONS Magazine

    National Public Gardens Day is May 10! By Jenn Kennedy Inviting communities to explore the beauty of their local green spaces, National Public Gardens Day is an annual celebration of public gardens designed to raise awareness of the important role that...

  • Seein’ Spots in Santa Ynez Valley

    May 2, 13 • Explore SB, SEASONS Magazine

    Story by Nancy A. Shobe Photos courtesy of Seein’ Spots Farm Grab the kids and head out for Seein’ Spots Farm, an idyllic farm located off picturesque Ballard Avenue near Ballard Inn. Sicilian miniature donkeys (no more than three feet tall) roam the...

  • Los Alamos Town-Wide Garage Sale Offers Bargains All Around

    May 2, 13 • Datebook, Web Exclusives

    If you are looking for a fun opportunity to meet local residents and score some great bargains, remember Los Alamos! On Saturday, May 4, many homes throughout the community of Los Alamos will participate in a town-wide garage sale. Between 8 a.m. and 1...

  • Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Food, Music and Jewelry!

    May 2, 13 • Datebook, Web Exclusives

    If you’re anything like me, then you probably love the food, music and Margaritas that come with May’s most festive day. Throw some beautiful jewelry into the mix and voila! You have yourself the perfect holiday. This year, Waxing Poetic wants to...