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Santa arrives early at Rosewood Miramar Beach

By   /  Friday, November 29th, 2019  /  Central Coast, Destinations, South Coast, Tourism  /  Comments Off on Santa arrives early at Rosewood Miramar Beach

Rosewood Miramar Beach in Montecito marked the official start of the festive season Nov. 27 with the inaugural Miramar tree lighting celebration on the resort’s Great Lawn. More than 1,800 people gathered together to enjoy a dynamic show that included memorable musical performances, the season’s first “snowfall,” the arrival of Santa, a spectacular light show Read More →


Dubroff: Future of regional flights up in the air as Frontier drops Santa Barbara

By   /  Friday, September 26th, 2014  /  Columns, Opinion  /  1 Comment

When the A-319 Airbus jets with animals painted on their tails first landed at Santa Barbara Airport in June 2010, business travelers on the Central Coast breathed a big sigh of relief. Denver-based Frontier Airlines promised a full-sized airplane, plenty of perks for business flyers, DirecTV and dozens of inexpensive daily connections to the East Read More →


Letter: Why the Santa Barbara chamber opposes Measure P

By   /  Friday, September 12th, 2014  /  Letters to the Editor, Opinion  /  1 Comment

Dear Editor: I wanted to take a moment to respond to the letter you recently published from Jim Taylor regarding the Santa Barbara Region Chamber of Commerce and its stance on Measure P. Taylor is not now, nor has he or his company ever been, a member of the chamber. Our 1,000 members all pay Read More →


Ruling on Chumash property key to Santa Ynez Valley future

By   /  Monday, August 23rd, 2010  /  Top Stories  /  Comments Off on Ruling on Chumash property key to Santa Ynez Valley future

The fate of a 6.9-acre plot near the Chumash Casino could determine the future shape of the Santa Ynez Valley, one of the top tourist destinations in the Tri-Counties. The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians is working to annex the parcel to build a cultural center, museum and 27,600-square-foot, two-story commercial building. Whether the Read More →