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Posted on September 12 at 1:33 p.m.
They've made a big mistake firing her, and especially the way they did. Who will want to donate anything to them after this?
On Art Boss Scrapped
Posted on June 4 at 7:24 a.m.
Yep, one of a kind, for sure. He will certainly be missed.
On Obituary for Eric Cole Kitchen
Posted on March 21 at 11:11 a.m.
A very sweet and beautiful lady. Santa Barbara has lost a treasure.
On Obituary for Margaret "Peggy" Lane
Posted on March 21 at 11:10 a.m.
So sorry to hear this. What was cause of death? And how did Quentin die? Geez, I'm going to stop reading the obits. Two old friends in one day (also Peggy Lane). Anyway, I knew that Owen took Mary Lee's death hard, but so glad he got up and going and had a good life. Condolences to the family.
On Owen Woollis: 1951-2013
Posted on February 2 at 4:29 p.m.
Rest in peace, brother, you did good.
On Jim Cook: 1946-2011
Posted on June 23 at 11:19 a.m.
First of all, her father's collection, which was THE collection went to the Corcoran, that would have made a difference to me, if it came here. You're pretty quick to call someone illiterate!! Sheesh. In any case, I hope for the best for SB, my home for 50 years. I'm simply wary of the lawyers, the particular history of these lawyers, and how it will all pan out, and especially wonder if Clark herself made any of these decisions, and when. It'll be thrashed out in the courts, and for years, believe me.
On Clark Estate to Become Public Art Museum
Posted on June 23 at 9:10 a.m.
This is NOT a gift to SB. It's a scam, thru and thru. The city would make far more money, if that's the issue, if it's sold and turned into a luxury hotel. Do you actually think you'll be able to "picnic" on the grounds? And not pay thru the nose to go inside and see some 2nd rate art? (all the best went to the Corcoran.) The beneficiaries of her will are the people who've cared for her and properties for many years and now cash in, including the lawyers, the "Board," who will undoubtedly draw fat salaries for doing nothing. Her "goddaughter" is one lawyer's daughter. Both lawyers are currently under investigation for mishandling her estate. Whether that goes anywhere or not, her estate will be in probate for many years. Don't think every far-flung heir won't be suing. Ah well, at first I thought it a good idea, but having thought about it, a deluxe hotel seems the best way to go.
Posted on May 11 at 1:17 p.m.
Methinks he's not "preying" on them, he's "providing" them. Things have certainly changed in IV.
On Detectives Hunt for Suspected Isla Vista Drug Dealer
Posted on October 28 at 5 p.m.
And she's out on bail. Good God almighty!
On Woman Charged in Fatal 154 Crash
Posted on October 15 at 5:14 p.m.
Toni, I never knew ye, lad, but you did good. Rest in peace, bucko.
On Obituary for Toni Almqvist