Archive for the ‘SEASONS Magazine’ Category

  • Toast to a Happy 50th: Santa Barbara Winery

    Oct 3, 12 • Archives, SEASONS Magazine

      Story by Nancy Ransohoff/Photographs courtesy Santa Barbara Winery After studying architecture at McGill University, 32-year-old Pierre Lafond found himself living in Calgary, Canada. “I told my father, who lived in Santa Barbara, that I couldn’t...

  • Funk Zone Art Series

    Sep 27, 12 • Galleries, SEASONS Magazine

    Always adept at bringing the “fun” to the Funk Zone, MichaelKate Interiors and Gallery curator Brad Nack orchestrates a new view of this ever-evolving area, challenging local photographers and a selection of artists to bring their unique...

  • Local Dish: Eye Openers

    Sep 26, 12 • Archives, Eat, SEASONS Magazine

    Story by Nancy Ransohoff/Photos by Derek Johnson and Peter Malinowski Mom was right—breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Kicking it off at any of the following locals’ favorite spots will definitely get you out of bed. Eggs Rose at D’Angelo...

  • Habitat for Humanity: Building a Place Called Home

    Sep 24, 12 • Archives, SEASONS Magazine

    Story by Cheri Rae It’s an international movement with outposts in far-flung locales across the globe, such as Macedonia and Mexico, Ghana and Guatemala, Colombia and Cambodia, Uganda and the United States. Within the U.S., literally hundreds of affiliates...

  • Nonprofit News and Briefs for Fall

    Sep 20, 12 • SEASONS Magazine

    Lobero Theatre Foundation kicked off a $5.2 million capital campaign, “Encore: Lobero,” designed to maintain the Lobero as a world-class performance venue and community arts resource. Campaign goals include the replacement of the...

  • All in for Artists: Miki Garcia of Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum

    Sep 19, 12 • Archives, Galleries, SEASONS Magazine

    Story by Rebekah Altman/Photographs by Kendall Klein Growing up in the border town of Brownsville, Texas with artist and educator parents, Miki Garcia was immersed eyeballs-deep in art from birth. A career in the field was “inevitable,” she says, but it...

  • A Day Away: Carmel-by-the-Sea

    Aug 30, 12 • A Day Away, SEASONS Magazine

    By Leslie Dinaberg Looking for a day away that hearkens back to simpler, quieter, more relaxing times? The quaint seaside village of Carmel-by-the-Sea is just the ticket.  I could practically feel my blood pressure drop as we pulled into the charming,...

  • Sustainable Seasons: Gardening in Small Spaces

    Aug 29, 12 • Archives

    By Sigrid Wright / Photos by Cerena Childress For Cerena Childress, who lives in a small apartment with a great view of the mountains but no outdoor growing space, the phrase “garden anywhere” has extra meaning—perhaps the hint of a challenge. Despite...

  • Lutah Riggs in a 1920 Christmas portrait.

    Lutah Maria Riggs: Local Legend of Architecture

    Aug 29, 12 • Architecture, Archives, History, Read, SEASONS Magazine

    Story By Claudia Lapin/Images Courtesy of Art, Design & Architecture Museum, UCSB Lutah Maria Riggs may have preferred to be known simply as a good architect, rather than one of the nation’s first women architects and only the second woman...

  • Artist Wesley Anderegg, photo by Mehosh.

    At Home on the Ranch with the Escape Artist

    Aug 29, 12 • Archives

    Story By Josef Woodard Photographs by Mehosh Getting to the home/studio/workshop/world headquarters of Wesley Anderegg is deceptively simple. You just get off the 101 at the landmark Pea Soup Andersen’s in Buellton, proceed several miles out of the township...