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Posted on December 17 at 9:38 a.m.
Casinos on the other hand are great for tradtional ceremonial spiritual practice.
It sounds like the Winchester Canyon Gun Club has their act together better than the Chumash.
On Shooting Pains
Posted on December 17 at 9:32 a.m.
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On Brummis, The German Taste, the Family Touch
Posted on December 10 at 8:38 a.m.
Just like off-leash dogs, gas fired leaf blowers, and drivers yabbering on cell phones this is just another feel-good law that will never be enforced.
On County Considers Cigarette Ban
Posted on December 2 at 4:23 p.m.
"Christmas trees with laser swords pointing in the sky"
and from another news source:"Montecito resident Shaun Tomson said one of NextG's antenna sites is exactly 100 feet from his young son's crib. If it's installed, Tomson said the antenna will "beam radiation into baby Luke's brain.""
Just can't make this stuff up folks, comedy gold. What's next, Cito residents pleading for a ban on con trail emitting planes (gov't brainwashing), nalgene water bottles (death by plastic bottle) or the dogs with bees in their mouths, and when they bark they shot bees at babies? ahh the insanity, good for a laugh though.
On County to "Beef Up" Wireless Antenna Rules
Posted on November 30 at 11:16 a.m.
So glad to hear the Wine Cask is open again. It's clear these two are paying attention to what many diners in SB want and making smart choices in a difficult economy. Local, well prepared and interesting food at reasonable prices sounds like a winning combo to me..
On A Reopened, Relaxed Wine Cask
Posted on November 16 at 3:30 p.m.
Steep price? Maybe; just depends how you look at it. It's awesome they are doing this. Great step in the right direction. I love all dogs, but "rescue" dogs always seem to be best.
On Montecito Pet Shop to Sell Only Rescued Dogs
Posted on November 5 at 2:03 p.m.
Yep, good eats. Enjoyed the article and hearing how it all got started. People this concerned with making sure they provide the best and freshest product for their customers are my kind of people. There's cheaper options out there, but you get what you pay for and actually 3 Pickles is pretty reasonable compared to some of the other options in town. Now I just wish someone with a similar food philosophy and dedication would open a real pizza place in this town!
On Where There's a Dill, There's a Way
Posted on November 2 at 2:41 p.m.
"The packaged women emerged from their cellophane container after about an hour..,'It was cold in there, and hard to breathe, but it's nothing compared to what the animals go through.'"
Does she know the animals are dead before they are put into the packaging?
On PETA's "Meat Package Tour" Scorches State Street
Posted on October 28 at 9:02 a.m.
PETAs tactics just seem to hurt what is a legitimate cause in many ways. These "shocking" displays are hardly effective in promoting more humane raising of animals I imagine. I love eating animals and have no plans to change that, but I agree with PETA folks that, yes factory farms, poor treatment of animals, etc. are a bad thing. Can't they see that you can love animals and eat them too? Many of these PETA folks seems to be urban elitists who could have really benefited from being part of 4-H or something similar growing up.
Posted on October 27 at 8:24 a.m.
@Samuel... Renaund's does sell baguettes, are you implying they aren't very good? I've never tried one so can't say.
As far as the other pastries items, Renauds is the best in town. The amount of care and technique in his creations is top notch, and the most important thing, they taste great!
On Getting to Renaud You