JUNE 28, 2011 TODAY’S WEATHER
Wind: Variable 10-15 kts. Swell: West 2-3 ft. Temp: 61° F
Tide: High: 7:05 a.m. Low: 11:29 p.m. High: 6:23 p.m. Low: 1:56 a.m.
NASDAQ: 2,652.89 -33.86
Mo. Sunny, Mild 76°
BY NICK C. TONKIN
Santa Barbara authorities are close to giving up hope on the hunt for Ramona Price who went missing 50 years ago.
VOLUME 6 ISSUE 125
Caltrans, city may narrow street, but not everyone is happy DAILY SOUND CORRESPONDENT
Police scale back hunt
Sunrise: 5:47 a.m. Sunset: 8:14 p.m.
Cliff Drive’s fate: Four lanes or two?
It’s your town ... this is your paper TM
The Santa Barbara City Council is considering narrowing parts of Highway 225 along Cliff Drive down to two lanes to improve safety, in a move that could have serious safety, convenience, and political impacts. With Caltrans ready to repave and restripe the area in July, community groups and neighborhood activists are lobbying to make the area safer. They’ve put forward a plan that
repaints parts of the road’s four-lane set up with two driving lanes, a lefthand turn lane, and bike lanes. But though the plan has the backing of city staff, Caltrans, and costs the city nothing, there are concerns that it could create more congestion without reducing traffic accidents. The issue is even trickier in a city election year with a high-voter turnout. As it stands, the stretch of Cliff Drive between Meigs Road next to the
Mesa shopping areas and Loma Alta Drive near McKinley Elementary School and Santa Barbara City College is traveled 15,000 times a day but has no traffic lights, stop signs, or crosswalks. Proponents of the lane changes say it’ll cut down on speeding, make it safer for pedestrians, children and pets, and encourage more bicycle use. Dennis Thompson from Mesa Architects, a volunteer group that came up with the plan, said the current
layout of Cliff Drive looks and feels too much like a freeway which makes it easy for drivers to ignore their speedometers. “Even the best of us get a heavy foot when we get all those kinds of clues,” Thompson said. But while the neighborhood favors it, making serious alterations to the road could have consequences for the rest of the city. City council member Frank Hotchkiss said neighborhood See CLIFF DRIVE, page 3
General Plan back in action
After years of debate and controversy, Santa Barbara may be close to finally approving a general plan.
Follow us on Twitter @SBDailySound & Like us on Facebook.com/ TheDailySound The Daily Sound is printed on Recycled paper www.thedailysound.com
Police argue for new digs
Council debates $50 million renovation SEE STORY BY JOSHUA MOLINA, PAGE 2
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
TH I NK I NG OF BU YIN G?
I W I L L P A Y 40 % O F M Y B R O K E R C O MM I S SI O N T OW AR D S Y OU R C L OS I N G C OS T S
Example: Purchase price $700,000, 3% Broker Fee,You Receive $8,400
Full Service Residential Brokerage
Locally Raised . . . Locally Educated . . . Legally Trained ALEC BRUICE REALTOR® / ATTORNEY BROKER-OWNER
Alec@Goodland-Realty.com Alumnus of: Mountain View Elementary Dos Pueblos High School UCSB New England School of Law
CERTIFIED SHORT SALE / FORECLOSURE CONSULTANT (SFR) Contact Goodland Realty as certain restrictions and conditions apply.
Police scale back hunt for Ramona BY JOSHUA MOLINA DAILY SOUND EDITOR
Santa Barbara authorities are close to giving up hope. Two weeks after police released cadaver dogs and announced that were they searching for the remains of Ramona Price, are officials now close to PRICE calling the whole thing off. “The likely locations have been searched with no new evi-
dence that she was buried in the vicinity,” said Lt. Paul McCaffrey. “SBPD no longer is directing the search effort.” Ramona Irene Price disappeared 50 years ago. She was 7 years old. Authorities believe her killer may have buried her body underneath a concrete Highway 101 overpass at Winchester. Police believe that convicted child killer Mack Ray Edwards may have taken the girl as she was walking near her Santa DAILY SOUND / Victor Maccharoli Barbara home. excavate a site where they believed they would find the Since Caltrans was demolish- Police remains of Ramona Price who went missing 50 years ago. See RAMONA, page 12 Yesterday police scaled back their search.
Police say new station should be priority BY JOSHUA MOLINA DAILY SOUND EDITOR
JERAMY GORDON Founder & Publisher
AARON MERCER, General Manager (805) 564-6001 x 3507 • Aaron@TheDailySound.com JOHN LEONARD, Senior Account Executive (805) 564-6001 x 3504 • John@TheDailySound.com JOSHUA MOLINA, Editor (805) 564-6001 x 3501 • JMolina@TheDailySound.com ALLEN FELD, Legal Advertising (805) 564-6001 x 3509 • Allen@TheDailySound.com VICTOR MACCHAROLI, Photographer (805) 564-6001 x 3508 • Victor@TheDailySound.com ZAC ESTRADA, Copy Editor (805) 564-6001 x 3508 • news@TheDailySound.com Newsroom Contributors: MICHAEL BOWKER,
LYZ HOFFMAN, GARY LAMBERT, JEREMY NISEN, ELLIOT SERBIN and NICK C. TONKIN
411 East Canon Perdido, Suite 2 Santa Barbara, CA 93101 PH: (805) 564-6001 • FAX: (866) 716-8350 CENTRAL COAST CIRCULATION (805) 683-1669
SEND LETTERS to letters@TheDailySound.com. Please include your name, phone number and street address for verification purposes. Please limit letters to 250 words.
ADVERTISERS please check your ad for accuracy the first day it runs. The Daily Sound’s liability for ads shall not exceed the value of the first day’s ad.
' Copyright 2006-2011 NODROG Publications, LLC. All rights reserved. Printed on recycled paper
When The Big One hits, you don’t want to be at the Santa Barbara Police Department headquarters. The building is likely to collapse. Well aware of this fact, police officers and city officials want to knock the building down before the earthquake hits, and build new headquarters at 215 East Figueroa St. While other notable Santa Barbara buildings such as the Granada Theatre have undergone dramatic transformations, the police station, perhaps the most important building in the city, has largely been neglected. “The steel that is supposed to hold together in an earthquake is not up to code,” said police Lt. Paul McCaffrey, spokesman for the police department. The building houses the city’s 911 dispatch center; asbestos are in the ceiling and walls; the holding facilities, where suspected criminals are taken after arrest, is inadequate. “We have had prisoners escape from our holding facilities in the past,” said police Capt. Gil Torres, the facilities manager overseeing the project. “They are not secure for modern-day standards.”
DAILY SOUND / Victor Maccharoli
An officer sits in a crowded dispatch area in the Santa Barbara Police Department. On the front page, Officer Kent Wojciechoski shows how low the exposed pipes are in the locker rooms.
Built in the 1960s, the storage lockers are also too small. Hallways are narrow. The plumbing and electrical equipment is outdated. Police officers often cannot find a place to charge their electronic equipment. Officials have attempted to tackle the problem in small ways. The City Council
approved a multimillion-dollar overhaul of the police lobby. The city also rents trailers nearby for its officers and staff. Still, city officials believe these are not long-term solutions. Rather than spending a few million dollars in small doses to renovate the See STATION, page 12
City tackles controversial general plan today BY ZAC ESTRADA
DAILY SOUND STAFF WRITER
After years of debate and controversy, Santa Barbara may be close to finally approving a general plan. At least that’s what city planners hope when they go before the Santa Barbara City Council today with a proposal for a schedule leading up to an August vote. A council subcommittee has met recently in an attempt to find common ground on divisive density issues. The council decided in April to send the update back to the Plan Santa Barbara ad hoc subcommittee, after finding no consensus between council members who want slow growth and those advocating high-density developments for low- and middle-income workers. City Planner Bettie Weiss said the goal at today’s meeting would primarily be to approve a schedule for the summer, with a final direction coming to a vote on Aug. 23. Before that vote though, the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects will perform a design charrette at three different locations to show the council different levels of density. “Originally what we were going to have the committee wrap up in June and present to council in July,” Weiss said.
safety is important but has concerns that there might not be enough evidence to show dropping the four lanes would reduce collisions. “It’s not a slam dunk,” Hotchkiss said. Restricting the traffic down to two lanes could congest traffic in a major thoroughfare that spans from the heart of the Mesa to City College. Moreover Cliff Drive is an evacuation route for the Mesa and two lanes instead of four could have serious consequences during an emergency. Residents along Cliff Drive applaud the Mesa Architects’ plan. Stacy Christopher has lived in her
FROM PAGE 1
“But what happened instead was that the AIA said ‘Before you go back to council, we want to show the community what this might look like.’” According to the council report prepared by Weiss, the architects will use sites on De la Vina, Cota and Milpas streets to “demonstrate what types of market and rental projects could be built.” These will be conducted on two consecutive Saturdays in July. Weiss said council representatives on the subcommittee – Dale Francisco, Frank Hotchkiss and Bendy White – were somewhat receptive to different levels of density. “They had this feeling they could find a level of compromise on it,” Community Development Director Paul Casey said. Since the General Plan Update was first presented in April 2010, the council has been sharply divided over more high density projects. It was a thorn in the council’s side as it sought to appoint someone to replace high-density proponent Das Williams in December. The council decided on conservative Randy Rowse after Councilman Grant House wouldn’t support slow-growth
advocate Sheila Lodge to serve the remaining year of Williams’ term. When the update was shot down in April, House said the subcommittee was “going in the wrong direction.” And as recently as two weeks ago, councilwoman Michael Self called the update “a menace.” Self is running in November’s election to keep her council seat. Both Casey and Weiss said it was too soon to tell if the council would be able to pass a version of the General Plan Update in August. “They need to grapple with this as a full council,” Weiss said. Casey said a revision probably wouldn’t appear before the council until after the election if the current plan doesn’t receive five positive votes. Another component to today’s vote will be whether to adopt the Historic Landmarks Commission’s request for a Historic Resources Element in the General Plan, and have the council approve the creation of a task force. Weiss said this element has always been part of the General Plan Update, but the subcommittee’s recommendation now is to have that element move forward instead of waiting for a the final General Plan Update decision.
home on the 1100 block of Cliff Drive for 30 years. She said the speeding on the road affects daily life for all the neighbors. Residents learn not to keep small pets outside or let children play in their front yards. She’s been the first to call 911 for traffic accidents, had drivers run up onto her front lawn, and has had to pull injured people out of their vehicles. She said the problem isn’t getting better and something needs to be done. “Anything that makes this more residential will contribute to making it a quieter, more calm neighborhood,” Christopher said. John Clark, a 15-year resident, has seen multiple accidents over the years from speeding. The lack of crosswalks confines him to one side of the street and
it’s difficult to get out of his driveway in the morning. With Caltrans going to work in July, Clark said it’s the perfect time to make some changes. “It’s as simple as redrawing the lines,” Clark said. Thompson promised testimonials at tomorrow’s meeting that will go beyond Clark’s and Christopher’s. Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider is prepared for heavy input from the public but believes the council can find a solution that satisfies everyone. “I expect a strong turnout at the meeting tomorrow and hope for a great outcome in terms of addressing the needs of the Mesa community,” Schneider said.
Daily Sound Tuesday, June 28, 2011
START A CAREER IN LAW!
Southern California Institute of Law Accredited by State Bar of C
ENROLLING NOW! J.D. Program BA/AA/60 Units Minimum For Admission
1525 State St., Santa Barbara
Introduction to Family Law Begins May 31st 10 Tuesdays - 2 Units • All Classes: 6:30-9:30 P.M.
(805) 963-4654 • (805) 644-2327
Corner of State & Arrellaga
Exterior & Interior Fine Wood Finishing Residential & Commercial Lic. # 334067
450-3831 ROBERT E. COLEMAN firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Mo. Sunny, Mild 76°
Look for patchy morning fog to give way to another nice day. Highs should range from the 60's and 70's along the coast. Inland areas will likely warm in to the 80's & low 90's. A late season storm cools us down for the mid week. Warmer weather is expected for the holiday weekend.
Cloudy & Cooler 58/68°
AM Fog, Mild 57/69°
Mo. Sunny & Mo. Sunny & Warmer Warmer 57/78° 56/71°
NEWS IN BRIEF
Dodgers file for Chapter 11
The Los Angeles Dodgers filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday, blaming Major League Baseball for rejecting a television deal that would have given the storied baseball team an urgent injection of cash. The filing marks a dramatic attempt by Dodgers owner Frank McCourt, who is embroiled in a bitter divorce from his ex-wife Jamie, to prevent the league and MLB Commissioner Bud Selig from seizing the team, which McCourt bought in 2004. In a court filing, the team said it had been "on the verge of running out of cash" but that the Chapter 11 filing will allow it to meet payroll, sign players, pay vendors and continue playing baseball. “It is becoming rather clear and likely inevitable that Frank McCourt will end up selling part or all of the franchise,” said David Carter, a sports business professor at the University of Southern California.
Gay marriage foes appeal ruling
Supporters of California's gay marriage ban are appealing a ruling that a U.S. judge's own gay relationship was no basis for tossing out his decision in support of same-sex marriage. U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker in San Francisco last year struck down California's same-sex marriage ban, known as Proposition 8. He later openly discussed his own gay relationship after retiring from the bench earlier this year. Supporters of the ban now say his ruling was compromised and should be vacated. But Chief U.S. District Judge James Ware disagreed earlier this month, ruling that granting such a request would send a message that minority judges could not rule in civil rights cases. Attorneys for ProtectMarriage.com, the anti-gay marriage group defending California's ban, said in court papers filed late last week that they would appeal Ware's decision.
Rep. Woolsey to retire in 2012
U.S. Representative Lynn Woolsey said on Monday she will retire after two decades in office, the first of California's congressional delegation calling it quits since a plan was drafted to radically redraw the state's electoral districts. The 10-term Democrat, who represents Marin and Sonoma counties north of San Francisco, called the proposed boundary changes to her district "silly" but said that had nothing to do with her decision not to seek reelection in 2012. "I will turn 75 years old just before the next election day, and after two decades of service to this district it will be time for me to move on," Woolsey told reporters at an event at her home in Petaluma, 40 miles north of San Francisco.
Italia Pizza & Pasta to open T SantaBarbara.com HIS WEDNESDAY a new restaurant named “Italia Pizza & Pasta” is opening at 149 N. Fairview Ave (between OSH and Vons) in Goleta, the former home of European Deli. Andre Neumann, son of European Deli founder Gisela Neumann, who retired in May, will be running the restaurant. The eatery will have a 2-day grand opening July 15-16, offering free food, prizes and a drawing for free pizza for a year. JOHN “We are happy to DICKSON bring a family-oriented Italian dining experience to Goleta. Customer service can be lacking in our industry and we intend to go back to old school roots and provide exceptional personal service,” said Andre Neumann. I am told that Italia Pizza & Pasta will have a particular focus on families, offering healthy meals for both adults and kids. The eatery will also be working with local schools and will start a program where kids can make their own pizza. The menu will include hand-tossed pizzas, chicken parm/picatta, spaghetti & meatballs, take & bake, sandwiches, calzone, salad and kids meals. Neumann will be offering several European Deli favorites as well as including potato salad, Rubin & roast beef sandwiches, and Schnitzel (which will now be referred to as “breaded pork”) that will come with Mushroom Marsala instead of Jaeger sauce. Italia Pizza & Pasta owns and operates their own delivery service that will offer the entire menu to the region from Los Carneros Rd to Patterson Ave. Minimum order is $12 with delivery fees of $1.50 - $2.50 depending on delivery location. The Goleta eatery is starting a “VIP
BROUGHT TO YOU BY
Club” where they email or text you promotions for daily discounts. A coupon barcode is then displayed on VIP Club members’ cell phones that can be scanned in for a discount on the day it was received. They will also have a rewards program where their computer system keeps track of your orders, allowing you to earn credits for free food. Happy hour will be available weekdays from 3-6 p.m. Specials include 4 beers on tap starting at $3.50 for a pint, chicken wings, mojo potatoes and mozzarella sticks. Lunch specials will also be available starting at $5.99. Italia Pizza & Pasta is open 7 days a week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m starting tomorrow. For more information call 845-1000 or visit italiapizzapasta.com.
THAI ON A TRUCK: A new mobile eatery named “THAI on a Truck” arrived in the Santa Barbara area last month. A description on their web site reads: “A fully equipped mobile kitchen specializing in traditional Thai food and ‘Pacific Rim’ street food. We also provide catering services, both buffet style and plated, encompassing everything from your Thai favorites to 7-course paired wine dinners with classic French/Californian cuisine. ‘THAI on a truck’ is the culmination of years of professional cooking experience and extensive travels by Hayden and Sudathip, from the movie sets of L.A. to motorcycling through the far reaches of Northern Thailand.” For more information call 263-7212 or visit facebook.com/thaionatruck or twitter.com/thaionatruck PETROS UPDATE: I stopped by
• INDIVIDUALS • SMALL BUSINESSES • SELF-EMPLOYED
The very best in affordable and professional tax preparation
1316 State St. yesterday, the former home of Cafe Buenos Aires, and was told that Greek eatery Petros should arrive at that address “in a month and a half to two months.” The Greek restaurant currently has two locations: Petros 2860 Grand Ave in Los Olivos and Petros 451 Manhattan Beach Blvd in Manhattan Beach.
SCARLETT BEGONIA UPDATE: I stopped by Victoria Court yesterday and spoke with Crista Fooks, owner of “Scarlett Begonia,” an eatery coming to 11 W. Victoria St, suite 10, the former home of Cafe Bianco. She said that her restaurant is on track to open at the end of July or early August. Fooks tells me she will be serving Modern American cuisine for breakfast and lunch. “My mission is to offer organic, sustainable, local ingredients that are as fresh as you can get,” she said. Fooks has lived in Santa Barbara for 20 years, worked at Food & Home Magazine for 8 years, was the catering manager at the Four Seasons and attended culinary school at SBCC. Fooks tells me that her mother is a baker and will be leading the baking end of the business. She hopes to get a beer & wine license for the neighboring patio.
ADIEU: As you most likely read in last week’s two Daily Sound front page articles, the French Festival is calling it quits. I recently received this from Steve Hoegerman, French Festival founder: “Bonjour John, The 2011 French Festival has been cancelled. There will be no Santa Barbara French Festival this year. It is with great sadness that we make this announcement. Steve’s Journeys to Hidden Provence (his tours to Paris and the South of France) will continue. Merci beaucoup, –Steve Hoegerman, French Festival Founder”
RESTAURANT WRAP UP: Here is a list of food & drink destinations that See DICKSON, next page
Drinking more, enjoying it less? ...Now What?
Responsive • Prompt • Detail oriented Ronnie Morris, CRTP
Morris Financial Consulting
805805.682.5465 682-5465 - •Ronnie@ronniemorris.com email@example.com Bookkeeping | Business Financial Analysis | Tax Planning
Helping You Take the Next Step Toward A Better Life.
(805) 966-5100 www.fullspectrumrecovery.com
Thinking about divorce? Want a fair resolution without conflict? Tired of the legal hassle? ... I can help! I can work with you or both of you to get it done quickly..at a fraction of the cost. I am a retired Family Law Judge pro-tem and a Family Law Attorney with over 30 years experience. Mediation or Representation Richard Dolwig, Attorney at Law For brochure call 637-7993
Doing it in the road
RIGHT ON TARGET
The Beatleâ€™s musical quesior for which men get contion, â€œWhy donâ€™t we do it in demned. Yet, these women, the road?â€?, has been answered, though willing participants, most recently by former New are less likely to be denigrated York congressman, Anthony than to be exonerated or conWeiner who, over the digital sidered innocent victims. devices of modern communiThe notion that sexual miscation, broadcast to a select behavior is strictly a male audience his eponymous megalomanic malady deriving homonymous anatomy. What from some kind of testosWeiner learned, to his dismay, terone poisoning that expressis what he and other priapismic es itself in power abuse is tenRANDY politicians caught in the act uous. Although the nation ALCORN should have known, it is getmight be better off if more ting nearly impossible for high profile male leaders were replaced with people to keep their sexual indiscretions women, eventually there would be abusand philandering hidden from the pubes and misbehaviors, including those lic. involving sex, by women in power. Weinerâ€™s cyber flashing has attracted America, Puritan legacy and all, has the attention of a far greater audience hypocritical attitudes toward human than he had targeted. The vast global sexuality. Anthony Weiner, who comnetwork of leaky digital communicamitted no real crime by showing off his tions along with a news media that family jewels to Internet girlfriends, is increasingly behaves like paparazzi, and stoned to death career wise. Meanwhile, the publicâ€™s seemingly insatiable America feasts on Internet pornography, appetite for anything sexualâ€”the more sexually explicit sitcoms, and Viagra. tawdry the betterâ€”have all combined to There is no recession in the sex busiwork like Agent Orange to remove the ness, and judging from the burgeoning cover under which the high rankers human population that is nearly suffocould engage in sexual indiscretions. cating the planet, there arenâ€™t many Lately, powerful men brought down folks practicing sexual abstinence. And, by their sexual conduct, including survey after survey reports that signifiWeiner, have sought treatment for sex cant percentages of Americans engage addiction. Sex addiction? Treating men in adultery and more would if they for sex addiction is like treating fish for knew they would not get caught. One swimming. The only effective treatment out of three divorces is blamed on infifor male sex addiction is castration. delity. Sex is a natural human behavior, and So, with such widespread disregard not peculiar only to the male of the for sexual moralities why all the media species. With less than 4% of the U.S. frenzy and national focus on some guy population reportedly homosexual, the getting off on sexual exhibitionism? vast majority of sexual activity here Why wonâ€™t we separate a personâ€™s sex involves women with menâ€”and women life from his or her professional life? are not infrequently the initiators of the The operative question here is that if activity. Women, therefore, are usually sex, real or virtual, between, or among, complicit in perceived sexual misbehav- consenting adults is nobodyâ€™s business
have opened in the last 6 months: â€˘ June 2011: El Taco Tequila Taqueria 14 W. Cota St; Italia Pizza & Pasta 149 N. Fairview Ave, Goleta; Padaro Beach Grill 3765 Santa Claus Ln, Carpinteria â€˘ May 2011: Adama 428 Chapala St; Cafe Stella 3302 McCaw Ave; Chocolats du CaliBressan 1114 State St; Lickety Splits (mobile, visit licketysplitstruck.com and twitter.com/licketytruck); Road Dogs (mobile, visit facebook.com/roaddogsinc and twit-
FROM PREVIOUS PAGE
ter.com/roaddogs3); THAI on a Truck (mobile, visit facebook.com/thaionatruck and twitter.com/thaionatruck) â€˘ April 2011: Goodland Market and Kitchen 231 S. Magnolia Ave, Goleta; Le Crepe Shoppe 15 W. Guiterrez St; O Street Truck (mobile, visit ostreettruck.com and twitter.com/ostreettruck); Whodelicious 811 State St â€˘ March 2011: Alchemy Arts Cafe 430 Chapala St; Cadiz 509 State St; Green and Tasty (mobile, visit greenandtasty.com and twitter.com/greenandtasty); Pee Bee & Jay's 1007 Casitas Pass Rd, Carpinteria â€˘ February 2011: Crushcakes & Cafe
but their own why should it be reason to ruin anyoneâ€™s professional life or livelihood? While sexual aggressionâ€”rape, pedophilia, harassmentâ€”is a crime that should be severely punished, what Weiner did, what John Edwards, Elliot Spitzer, and Arnold Schwarzenegger did is between them and their wives. Was President John F. Kennedy less effective because he was an adulterer? No, but then the public did not know of his sexual dalliances. Was Bill Clinton intrinsically less capable to be president because he had felattio from a White House intern? No, but he was a less effective president after his extra-marital sexual conduct was exposed to the public. Because he knew that he had offended the publicâ€™s notion of sexual morality, Clinton lied about the affair. That lie resulted in the Republican Party firing up the moral machinery to impeach him. Now he was distracted in office and less effective as a president. The real problem for Weiner and the rest of the randy bunch is that the Beatles were wrong when they said nobody will be watching us. You canâ€™t do it in the road and not attract attention. You become a media obsession. Weiner is just the latest entry in a long list of powerful men who have demonstrated arrogant disregard for the sexual mores to which our society at least pays lip service. Such disregard not only indicates an attitude of elite privilege that galls the American public, but it also shows a dangerous deficiency in judgment or self-control, and, therefore, questions fitness for leadership. How could these men not predict the consequences of their actions? They are either stupid or they lack self-controlâ€” neither is an attribute for sound leadership. 4945 Carpinteria Ave, Carpinteria; Culture Shock (mobile, visit cultureshocksb.com and twitter.com/cultureshocksb); Momma Donnaâ€™s 413 State St â€˘ January 2011: Killer B BBQ and Bar 718 State St; Nicky Dâ€™s Wood-Fired Pizza 2840 De La Vina St; Petrini's 5711 Calle Real, Goleta; Spudnuts 5718 Hollister Ave, Goleta; Tepeyac Taquitos 201 W Carrillo St (now closed)
John Dicksonâ€™s column appears every Tuesday in the Daily Sound. E-mail your restaurant news tips to info@SantaBarbara.com
Connecting You to the Performing Arts
Daily Sound Tuesday, June 28, 2011
S u mme r kidz ClUB BUDDY $ PA S S
1 FREE GAME EVERY DAY FOR 2 PEOPLE WHEN YOU BOWL WITH A KID 18 & UNDER**
June 6 thru Sept 15 *Offer valid from 8:30amâ€“5pm daily during open play when lanes are available. Not to be used in conjunction with other offers, offers, discounts, coupons or reservations. reservations.
7(!,% 7!4#().' /. 4(% #/.$/2 %802%33 $!9 42)03 $!),9
)ULHQGO\FRPSHWHQWFUHZ 2YHU\HDUVH[SHULHQFH 4XDOLĂ€HG1DWXUDOLVWVRQERDUG