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Chris Riel and Olive Mill Productions launch Kickstarter campaign for Montecitobased documentary, p.26


THE 21ST VILLAGE FOURTH Grand marshal Dana Newquist heads up Montecito’s most popular event on Monday, July 4 (story on page 12)

Middle Road Miracle?

After more than four years construction and delay, former Peabody’s set to reopen by year’s end, p.16

Be “Fore!” the end of 2017

Jack Nicklaus’s Signature Montecito Country Club Golf Course re-do should be ready for play by this time next year, p.16



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A look at the upshot of the no-so-United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, and how much fun America will be if Donald Trump runs the show


Montecito Miscellany


Letters to the Editor


MAW 2016

Oprah’s cookbook; Gordons play polo; Chris Riel documentary; Finding Dory; Everybody Behaves Badly; Angel Oak eatery; MAW summer fest Jerrad Burford sends a snapshot from Italy; G. Hebert’s trash talk; Dave Willett on political etiquette; and Gary Gulbransen questions “graffiti” Steven Libowitz converses with French pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet about his residency at the Music Academy, which comprises performing at Granada and coaching a masterclass

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Biltmore Hotel History Walk & Talk; fire forum; centering prayer retreat; Artist’s Marketplace! In Carp; tea dance; Village Fourth; patriotic concert; MA Land Use meets; Stuffed Animal Sleepover; knit and crochet; Poetry Club; art exhibits; MA Water meeting; art at tennis club; Summer Day yoga; writing workshop; MFPD chipping schedule; MAW festival; art classes; Adventuresome Aging; Cava entertainment; brain fitness; and Story Time

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12 Village Beat

Village Fourth round-up; update on restaurant replacing Peabody’s; Montecito Country Club Restorations; and donation to SB High Multimedia Arts and Design Academy

14 Seen Around Town

Lynda Millner chronicles Association for Women in Communications honorees; Casa del Herrero hosts “Plein Air and Beyond” showcase; and Santa Barbara Writers Conference

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Ernie Witham is on the road again with Road Scholars, surveying the scenes of New Mexico with laser-like focus on Chaco Culture National park and Chaco Canyon

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erhaps “United” is no longer the operative word, as the good people of the United Kingdom voted 52% to 48% on June 23, to extricate themselves from the bureaucratic morass known as the European Union (EU). Backers of “Brexit” called it “Independence Day.” Eight hundred and one years ago (June 15, 1215), a group of fed-up barons met with King John at Runnymede and signed the Magna Carta, lessening the power of the king and instituting personal liberties among his subjects, as years of over-taxation and feckless rule had led to ruin for many in the aristocracy. Some 561 years later (1776), another group of landed gentry declared independence from yet another English king (George III) for many of the same reasons and drafted the Declaration of Independence. Readers are invited to join us in celebration of that momentous event Monday morning, July 4 (see page 12 for all the details). I’ll be in the back of Dana Newquist’s vintage fire truck. Coincidentally, U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump was in Scotland to christen the redo of his golf course at Turnberry as the “Brexit” votes were tabulated. While others slept, Mr. Trump answered questions about what the vote may mean for the U.S. and the United Kingdom. He described the surprising vote as “a beautiful, beautiful thing.” He then pointed out what a mistake it had been for president Barack Obama, during a joint press conference with prime minister David Cameron in April, to have opined that by voting to exit the EU the British people would be placed “at the end of the queue” when it came to renegotiate various treaties with the U.S. In a too-sweet moment, Mr. Trump gleefully noted that should he win the presidency, the Brits had nothing to fear: “The U.K.” he said, “would always be at the front of the line” in a Trump administration. Mr. Trump went on to suggest that former London mayor Boris Johnson (who, coincidentally, was born in New York City) “would make a good prime minister.” Mr. Johnson, a controversial figure and longtime Eurosceptic, had famously said prior to these unfolding events that his chances of becoming prime minister “are about as good as the chances of finding Elvis on Mars, or my being reincarnated as an olive.” Happy Independence Day! •MJ








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If you have something you think Montecito should know about, or wish to respond to something you read in the Journal, we want to hear from you. Please send all such correspondence to: Montecito Journal, Letters to the Editor, 1206 Coast Village Circle, Suite D, Montecito, CA. 93108. You can also FAX such mail to: (805) 969-6654, or E-mail to

A Place in the Plaza The photo is a little dark, but Grace Burford & company had no problem at all reading the latest issue of Montecito Journal by the light of Piazza Santa Croce

greatness has always depended on contributions from people who were born elsewhere but sought out this country and made it their home...” Is that it? Is it wrong to civilly express oneself at a venue where you are the invited speaker? I wonder if Mr. McCalmont respects the good faith of anyone holding a viewpoint different than his own. Dave Willett Goleta (Editor’s note: While I did not go to the website to read any of Ms Obama’s commencement address, there is little doubt in my mind at least that she went on to disparage Mr. Trump. Most of us have no problem with that. Mr. McCalmont is simply adding her speech in a litany of Democrat assaults on free speech that take place regularly across the political spectrum. – J.B.)

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uick pic of my oldest, Grace, reading the MJ in our palace digs. We are staying in the Palazzo Antellesi overlooking the Piazza Santa Croce [in Italy]. The piazza is set up for the Calcio Storico Fiorentino games, which have been very exciting to watch from our prime vantage point! The final match [is] on June 24, the Blue against the White, and should be very bloody if it’s anything like the semi-finals. Hope all is well at home. Heard there is a fire. Ciao. Jerrad Burford Montecito (Editor’s note: There was a fire, well north of Montecito, near Hollister Ranch, but County Fire departments made short order of it. Thank you for thinking of us during your extended sojourn. Hope you bet on the correct team. – J.B.)

Bending Down and Picking Up

We learn from early childhood how important it is to exercise. However, in reality we must work hard every day “paying the bills” first. Our wonderful Montecito, between the coastal range and the Pacific waves does need each of us to keep it “spic ‘n’ span” daily. Litter happens. The worst are cigarette ends and boxes. Next are candy bar wrappings, and third are paper cups and napkins, et cetera. There are several local citizens who



walk and know the real importance of no litter and do “pick up.” This is excellent healthwise and economically, since we depend realistically on tourism and keeping Santa BarbaraMontecito an all-year resort city. G. Hebert Montecito

Etiquette, Shmetiquette

In his letter (“Time to Gird Loins,” MJ #22/23) David S. McCalmont decries the lack of civil etiquette this election: from Democrats. I sympathize, except I don’t see it so one-sided. His first example of a Republicantrashing Democrat was the First Lady who bad-mouthed Republicans, specifically Donald Trump, and didn’t respect the good faith of people who oppose her politically during a commencement address she gave in New York. I found a transcript of her speech ( and read through it a few times looking for disrespectful comments, uncivil discourse, and any trash talk. Then I did a search for “Trump,” “Republican,” and “GOP” to make sure I hadn’t missed anything. There were no hits. What was so offensive? There is one line in her speech where she expresses a view about America: “We don’t build up walls to keep people out, because we know that our

When I spotted the scrawled lines (on Sheffield Drive about 200 yards down from East Valley Road), I thought “gang-related graffiti.” But on closer inspection, it appears to be a protest over DAS (Distributed Antenna System) on poles. I concluded this from “NO TV” being featured in the graffiti. So we have disfiguring poles to protest disfiguring poles? In any case, I would hope the Montecito Association (MA) could take care of the graffiti. Gary Gulbransen Montecito (Editor’s note: MA executive director Victoria Greene responded thusly to Mr. Gulbransen’s letter: “Thank you for sharing this. As confirmed by the County, the paint in the photos is related to identification of underground utilities. SCE has

No gang graffiti here, folks – move along, nothing to see, just various color-coded Southern California Edison markings on designated-for-destruction utility poles along Sheffield Drive

been doing a lot of power pole replacement in Montecito and this pole is likely on their list.” John Margadonna of SB County Public Works concurs: “Those are definitely USA (Underground Services Alert) markings and not Graffiti,” he writes. “I would say that the Pole is going to be replaced, but I haven’t received a Permit Application yet.” John says he will contact So Cal Edison “and try to find out if there is a schedule for replacement of this pole and pass the info along to you when I get it.” – J.B.) •MJ

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Music Academy of the West by Steven Libowitz

Thibaudet’s Rhapsody at Granada? Oui, Merci!


ean-Yves Thibaudet is no stranger to Santa Barbara, as the French pianist who now lives in Los Angeles has performed frequently in town, most recently just in late May when he was the soloist for Edvard Grieg’s Concerto in A Minor during the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s annual CAMA concert. He’s not even new to Montecito, as he made his debut at the Music Academy of the West (MAW) a couple of years ago, though his solo recital got scuttled due to an emergency. Thibaudet is back in Santa Barbara for a one-week residency at MAW as part of the astonishing lineup of visiting pianists this summer. He coached the masterclass on Monday, June 27, at 1 pm in Hahn Hall, then was scheduled to return to the Granada to perform Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue as the centerpiece of the Academy Festival Orchestra’s pair of concerts over the July 4 weekend, when the jazz-inflected masterpiece will be flanked by John Adams’s thrilling Short Ride in a Fast Machine and Dvorak’s lush, evocative Symphony No. 9 “From the New World” in a decidedly American program (7:30 pm Saturday and 2:30 pm Sunday). “I’ve performed quite a bit in Santa Barbara, and I do feel like it has a special place in my heart,” Thibaudet said over the phone from his home recently. “It’s a very special little town, so beautiful. I’m always happy when I’m there, it’s like having a little vacation. Just to drive there is enjoyable. It’s so relaxing when you see the ocean for those last 10 miles.” He also spoke about teaching, playing, and Gershwin during a 45-minute conversation.

Q. Let’s start off with the master class. How do you teach students you’ve just met and without imposing your style? A. I love masterclasses, and teaching in general, but I don’t get to do it all that often. Lately, I’m doing much more as an artist in residence at Coburn in L.A., where I get to follow the students and have projects together with them. So it’s become a much more important part of my life. I was blessed with great teachers all my life, and I want to share all the wonderful gifts I’ve been given and my experiences from my life with the next generation. My teacher in Paris knew Ravel, she spoke to me as if he was in the room. I felt like I met the 30 June – 7 July 2016

guy. Those kinds of connections are like treasures. You want to make sure to pass them on. So it’s almost like a mission to me now. And I learn so much when I teach. It’s very enriching for me. As for the teaching, if you are a concert pianist, you can just tell them what to do. I show them a lot. But that’s not the point. The role of the teacher is to help the student find his own personality and voice and develop that identity. To be there to support him and help him, not to have him do what you’re doing. Where do you come down in focusing on the student versus entertaining the audience? It can be difficult to find the right balance because the students need all your attention and time, but you don’t want to ignore the audience. On the other hand, I don’t want to make it a show because it’s not for the public. The student has to come out with having something accomplished. So I try to make sure audience can hear but not directly address them very often. You are perhaps even more familiar with Gershwin than the typical concert pianist, having recorded big jazz band orchestrations of Rhapsody in Blue, variations on I Got Rhythm, and Concerto in F with the Baltimore Symphony a few years ago. Why are you so drawn to his music? I had an early connection with Gershwin. I remember learning both concerto and Rhapsody when I was 14 in Marseille with a big local orchestra. In those days, I didn’t know anything about jazz. We had lots of classical musical in my family, but I’d not heard one note of jazz, not until a few years later on the radio. So back then, I learned it as music from just another composer who had concertos. I wish I had a recording of that piece, because I have a feeling that I played it so completely straight – with no jazz feeling at all. I had all the notes, but none of the feeling. After that, I started to learn about jazz, which has changed my life. Now I know that you cannot perform Gershwin if you don’t know about jazz. It’s like speaking a language phonetically. You are just saying the words but have no clue what they mean. Gershwin is one of the composers who was beyond every struc-

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Biltmore Hotel History Walk & Talk The Montecito Association History Committee invites you to join for a June Walk & Talk at the legendary Biltmore Hotel. This oceanfront hideaway marks the glory of a golden era, is one of the world’s last grand hotels, and one of Santa Barbara’s most defining landmarks. This event is open to members of the Montecito Association only.  When: 1 pm Where: 1206 Channel Drive Info & Reservations: 969-2026 Fire Forum Local fire personnel discuss a locally based fire helicopter service that would save 20 minutes in response times during wildland fires. When: 4 and 7 pm Where: Faulkner Gallery at 4 pm, 40 East Anapamu; Montecito Association Meeting Room at 7 pm, 1469 East Valley Road Info: SATURDAY, JULY 2 Centering Prayer Practice Retreat A mini-retreat day for Centering Prayer practice. There will be meditation walks, journaling, reflection, and prayer practice. Let by Sr. Suzanne Dunn, Jeannette Love, and Annette Colbert. Beginners welcome. When: 9:30 am to 1 pm Where: La Casa de Maria, 800 El Bosque Road Cost: donation Info: 969-5031 Artist’s Marketplace It’s time for the First Saturday Carpinteria Artist’s Marketplace! The event will be in the courtyard of the Carpinteria Arts Center. There will be music and handcrafted art pieces for sale by local artists. Come meet featured artist Mavis Hansen. Mavis, a longtime Carpinteria resident, works in hand-formed ceramics, as well as unique crocheted hats. The band Americana Cats will add to the event with their interpretive style of cover songs and originals performed with a bit of their special “Louisiana hot sauce.” Artists interested in participating in future Marketplace events are invited to participate by logging into the

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Carpinteria Arts Center website, When: 10 am to 4 pm Where: 855 Linden Avenue Cost: free Info: SUNDAY, JULY 3 Tea Dance The City of Santa Barbara donates use of the ballroom and volunteers provide music and refreshments for this ongoing, free dance event. Ballroom dance music including the Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Slow Fox Trot, Quick Step, and rhythm dances such as the Cha Cha, Rumba, Swing, Mambo, and Bolero are played, among other music. When: 2 to 5 pm Where: 100 E. Carrillo Street Info: 897-2519 Cost: free MONDAY, JULY 4 Village Fourth Firemen’s Breakfast, Parade & Celebration Starting at Upper Manning Park, the annual Village Fourth is a celebration of country and community. Food, music, and other festivities will take place at Lower Manning Park. When: Pancake breakfast at MFPD station from 7:30 to 10:30 am; parade kicks off at 11:30 am and Lower Manning Park festivities begin directly after Where: Parade starts at Upper Manning Park and finishes in Lower Manning Park Info: 969-2026 Fourth of July Patriotic Concert The Cielo Foundation for the Performing Arts and the West Coast Symphony Orchestra will present a concert of patriotic American music to celebrate the Fourth of July. Please note the early concert time, which will allow the audience opportunity to enjoy dinner downtown after the concert, before walking to the harbor to catch the fireworks display. Under the direction of conductors Christopher Story VI and Dr. Michael Shasberger, the orchestra will present a concert of American favorites including music by Morton Gould, John Philip Sousa, and Broadway favorites with the

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t’s that time of year: Montecito’s most popular community event, the Village Fourth, is Monday, July 4, and plans are well underway to accommodate thousands of residents who will take part in the breakfast, parade, and barbecue. “I’m thrilled to be helping with the plans,” said Mindy Denson, who has been enlisted by the Montecito Association (MA) to chair the committee planning the event. The 21st annual affair begins at 7:30 am with the Montecito Fire Protection District’s (MFPD) pancake breakfast at Fire Station #1 on San Ysidro Road. For $8, attendees can enjoy pancakes, eggs, sausage, and Green Star coffee, served by Montecito’s finest firefighters. Proceeds from the breakfast, which ends around 10:30 am, benefit the Montecito Firefighters’ Benevolent Fund, according to communications coordinator Jackie Jenkins. There is no parking available on site, however a drop-off location will be available at the base of the Fire District’s driveway. Around 11:30 am, a patriotic parade of walkers, floats, fire engines, and antique cars will make its way down San Ysidro Road to Santa Rosa Lane, ending at Lower Manning Park. Attendees are encouraged to don their red, white, and blue, and wave American flags, which are distributed by Montecito Association board members. As always, the parade will be led by Montecito school kids. This year the parade is being organized by Conner Rehage, a member of Montecito Rotary Club. Rehage is enthusiastically taking over the reins from Dana Newquist, who has overseen the parade since the 1990s. “It will be difficult for me not organizing, and I’m also happy someone else will be taking ‘my’ job,” Newquist said.

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Instead, Newquist is being honored as grand marshal, a nod to his hard work over the last two decades, and his patriotism and enthusiasm each year. Following the short parade route, everyone will gather for an old-fashioned barbecue at lower Manning Park, complete with hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, and soda, and beer and wine for adults. Denson tells us the event will be especially family-friendly this year, with more games and an inflatable slide for the little ones. School-aged kids will take part in the famous Montecito Cup games – including a pie-eating contest, tug of war, and sack races. Cold Spring School was the winner of the Cup last year. The usual activities for the younger kids will take place: face painting, bounce houses, and a fishing booth. As usual, it takes a village to pull off the event, and a committee including Bill Davis, Cliff Ghersen, Christy Venable, Chris Denson, Monica Babich, Trish Davis, and Kathi King has been hard at work organizing the special day. In addition to the Montecito Association, participating organizations include MERRAG (Montecito Emergency Response & Recovery Action Group), Montecito Boy Scouts, Friendship Center volunteers, and others. The $20,000 event is sponsored in part by the MA and is paid for by donation. To donate, you can send a check to Montecito Community Foundation, PO Box 5278, Santa Barbara, CA 93150 or drop it off at the Montecito Association office at Community Hall. Newly designed Village Fourth T-shirts are for sale at Vons on Coast Village Road and also in the Upper Village. “We hope to see you there!” Denson

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Scaffolding at the former home of Peabody’s is a promising sign of progress, despite more permitting delays at the City level

Scaffolding on the remodeled building that was once home to Peabody’s was removed last week, a sign that progress – however slow – is occurring, but restaurant reps tell us hopes to have the restaurant opened this summer have been dashed after continuous issues with City permitting. “We are one final permit away, which we hope to have in the coming weeks,” an attorney for the project tells us. The permit pertains to the sidewalk in front of the restaurant on Middle Road, and disagreement between the Public Works Department and the Creeks Department on what type of material should be used on the sidewalk has delayed the process, according to restaurant owner Craig McCaw’s reps. There is no timeline for completion of the restaurant, which has been closed since 2012. The driveway onto Coast Village Road still needs to be completed, as does the interior design and building. “We’re at least a few months away, but it’s within sight,” says property owner Danny Copus. The building, as well as the neighboring hotel, is owned by the Copus family, which also owns Montecito Inn. McCaw has leased the building to open a new restaurant, which will be managed and operated by Matthew Kenney Cuisine, which promises a mostly vegan menu focusing on local produce and products. There will be a select array of poultry and fish dishes, we’re told, though the exact menu has yet to be decided. Also yet to be decided: the eatery’s name, which was once slated to be Oliver’s, after McCaw’s middle name. The extensively remodeled restaurant will be roughly 2,250 sq. ft., and will provide seating for 50 patrons inside and 48 outside on the patio. The project includes extensive renovations and upgrades, including a covered patio, an expanded kitchen, and upgraded interior, as well as exterior upgrades such as a new accessible path, wheelchair lift, revised parking layout, and the addition of several trees, which will help replace two trees that were removed from the site

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Crews lay down sod on the Montecito Country Club golf course, rather than seeding and grass springs, in an effort to further reduce water consumption

Turfgrass installation on the newly renovated Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course at Montecito Country Club (MCC) has started, with sod being installed instead of what was originally planned: seeding and grass springs. In a statement earlier this week, MCC reps, on behalf of owner Ty Warner, say the course renovation project enhances the surrounding environment and minimizes the use of Santa Barbara’s local water resources. During the approval process, MCC reps worked with golf course designer Jack Nicklaus, agronomists, engineers, environmental consultants, and the City of Santa Barbara to continue water-saving efficiency by installing a new state-of- the-art irrigation system that allows precise control of every individual sprinkler from a sophisticated computer system that is connected to a local weather station to match precipitation rates and monitor irrigation practices. “From the beginning, our goal has been to significantly improve the Club’s efforts to conserve water and help the environment,” said Ty Warner Hotels and Resorts project development manager Bill Medel. “This project is an example of Mr. Warner and his team collaborating with the City to come up with beneficial solutions for the community using advanced technology and strategic planning to reduce water consumption dramatically on this property.” By voluntarily reducing the total irrigated turf acreage from about 95 acres to 60 acres and sand-capping the entire golf course, the Club is better equipped to manage drainage and provide consistent moisture management across the entire course, which greatly improves water-use efficiency. On track to open in 2017, the course includes a drought-tolerant variety of warm season turfgrass, which uses 40 percent less water than a common cool season turfgrass found on most golf courses. While the installation 30 June – 7 July 2016

Charitable Foundation, Santa Barbara Chapter representatives Jo Ann Mermis and Doug Van Pelt presented a $2,500 check to the Santa Barbara High School Multimedia Arts and Design (MAD) Academy to further the academy’s ability to continue to promote diversity and innovative teaching practices. “The academy plays an important role in our community by providing media services to our local nonprofits that could otherwise not afford them,” says Mermis. MAD Academy is a four-year program at Santa Barbara High School, celebrating 20 years of

successfully graduating 99 percent of all students. The academy is a distinctive educational community combining the cultures of both public and private schools. MAD inspires students to find their passion while learning media arts skills taught by industry professionals. The academy raises the majority of its required operating costs through the generous donations of parents, individuals, businesses, and the community. For more information about MAD Academy, contact Kendra Kenyon at 966-7918.  •MJ

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of the new turfgrass is taking place, watering during the day is necessary to keep moisture in the new sod until it is established and rooted, otherwise it will decline. The Club also dedicated 45 acres to predominantly drought tolerant native grasslands and plants such as Toyon, Buckwheat, and Salvia. All potable landscape irrigation around the clubhouse has been eliminated and replaced by drip irrigation using recycled water. Subsurface Soil Monitoring sensors have been installed to measure soil moisture levels and improve and assist in water management decisions. Upon reopening, MCC will continue to irrigate the new golf course with recycled water from the City of Santa Barbara. For more information, visit www.

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r. Barry Kerzin – the American physician, teacher, and Buddhist monk who serves as a personal physician to His Holiness the Dalai Lama – is leading a one-day meditation workshop this Saturday, July 2, titled “Learning to Balance our Chaotic Lives: Finding Inner Peace”. Dr. Kerzin, who has lived in Dharamsala since 1988 where he provides medical care to people throughout India free of charge, frequently lectures on the interface of Nonstop high school hoops dribbles into modern science and Western mediMurchison Gym July 1-3 The opening round of the tour- cine with Buddhist philosophy, ethnament was June 24-26 with 16 ics, compassion, meditation, and high schools, including Beckman death and dying. (Irvine), Cypress, the Buckley Founder and chairman of the School (Sherman Oaks), Great Human Values Institute (HVI), Dr. Oak (Temecula), La Habra, Mt. Kerzin teaches healthy self-confiCarmel (San Diego), Pajaro Valley dence, anger management, and med(Watsonville), California (Whittier), itation in juvenile prisons in Japan, Sonora (Fullerton), Terra Linda (San intensive courses on compassion and Rafael), Trinity Classical (Valencia), meditation for doctors at St. Luke’s Bosco Tech (Rosemead), San Dimas, Hospital in Tokyo, and leads mediMadera, Santa Barbara, and Mission tation retreats at Mt. Fuji, as well as Prep (San Luis Obispo).  •MJ sacred pilgrimages on the island of Shikoku. Dr. Kerzin, who has also delivered two TED talks, is also the nvest n ommerCIal eal state author of Tibetan Buddhist Prescription for Happiness, the soon-to-be-published Nagarjuna’s Wisdom: A Guide to Practice, and is currently developing a new book, Friends of Compassion. Saturday’s workshop takes place 10 am to 4 pm at Unitarian Society of Santa Barbara, 1535 Santa Barbara St.. Admission is $125, which includes a vegetarian lunch. (All proceeds benefit Altruism in Medicine Institute). REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS More information and tickets are F U STUART SS S A MSAMANTHA A N T H AFRIEDMAN FRIEDM A N JANSEN T A N N E available R J A NatSwww.altruismmedicine. EN FUSS TANNER PRINCIPAL, BROKER SENIOR ASSOCIATE SALES ASSOCIATE org. , BROKER SENIOR ASSOCIATE SALES ASSOCIATE ixteen high school basketball teams compete in the second round of the 43rd annual High School Summer Varsity Basketball Tournament that kicks off Friday, July 1, from 3-11 pm in Westmont’s Murchison Gym. Action continues Saturday, July 2, from 8 am to 11 pm and Sunday, July 3, from 8 am to 1 pm all in Westmont’s Murchison Gym. Tickets, which cost $10 for the day, $5 for kids and seniors, and $15 for the three-day tournament, may be purchased at the door. Kids under 12 are free with paid adult admission. The tournament features high schools from across California, including Redwood Christian (San Lorenzo), Heritage Christian (North Hills), Liberty (Bakersfield), Selma, University (Irvine), Van Nuys, Vista Murrieta (Murrieta), Mt. Whitney (Visalia), San Juan Hills (San Juan Capistrano), Pacific Grove, Westlake, St. Bonaventure (Ventura), Santa Ynez, San Marcos (Goleta), Aliso Niguel (Aliso Viejo), and Oak Park.

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System, leads the Spiritual Practice of Making a Pilgrimage: Your Life, Your Calling. Taking a look at why pilgrimages are appealing and transformative, Copeland – author of Finding the Waymarkers: A Pilgrim’s Journal for Modern Times and a veteran of leading many pilgrimages – will discuss key elements of a pilgrimage, how they are experienced around the world, and how we can apply them to personal issues. The day will include a panel of people from various faiths who have made pilgrimages throughout the world. Donation-based; $14 for lunch. Both events take place at the retreat center, 800 El Bosque Road in Montecito. Call 969-5031 or visit

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Following the success of last month’s debut public event, Santa Barbara Consciousness Network creator Forrest Leichtberg has scheduled another Conscious Networking Event for 7 to 10 pm next Friday, July 8. Hosted once again by Unity of Santa Barbara (227 East Arrellaga St.), the evening will feature transformational talks, spiritual-based entertainment, information booths, on-site sessions with healers and holistic health practitioners, healthy food, music from singer-songwriter Erisy Watt and, of courses, lot of networking with like-minded leaders, spiritual seekers, healers, and other members of the conscious community. Medical intuitive Christine Lang, a former lawyer who employed alternative medicine focusing on homeopathy and Reiki energy healing to cure her constant allergies, is this month’s special visiting keynote speaker. Lang discovered during her self-treatment that she possessed the “ability to see energy and have conversations with people’s spirits.” Lang, who is author of The Body Whisperer, Your Symptoms Tell Me Your Truth, will speak about the ways that our physical symptoms can teach us how our lives are out of balance. Her lecture aims to shed light on how we internalize stress and how we can reclaim our health, and often includes readings that are astounding in their accuracy. Tickets are $20 at the door. Visit or  •MJ 30 June – 7 July 2016

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he sky darkened. Rain splattered. “Everyone into the vans!” Road Scholars group leader Stewart approached our van and handed fellow guide Joanna a walkie-talkie. “We need to stay in touch in case it gets bad.” Joanna handed me the walkie-talkie. “I’m going to need to concentrate on the road.” The “road” was 33 miles long, deeply rutted, and barely wider in many places than the van. Plus, it was made of clay, which became quite slick when wet. “Roger that, Joanna,” I said. I threw my shoulders back, my chin outward, and did a couple of neck rolls. My wife looked at me with pride and said: “Please don’t drop the thing. It looks expensive.” “Roger that, Dear,” I said. It was the last official day of our program: Pueblo Heritage: The Anasazi, Hopi, Navajo, and Chaco Canyon. We had spent the last few hours at Chaco Culture National Historic Park in Northwestern New Mexico, walking around ruins’ built-in stages from the mid-800s to the early 1100s, when the Chacoans seemed to just disappear. “Aliens,” I had whispered to my wife, Pat. “You always think it’s aliens,” she whispered back. “Just because people sometimes call you a space cadet does not prove aliens exist.” The sky rumbled – a response indicating I was right? I mean, some of the feats accomplished by the Chacoans seem almost impossible. For instance, to build the enormous great houses (the structures built at Chaco, were the largest structures in the world until the 19th century), they cut down some 200,000 conifer trees from the Chuska Mountains, located 50-70 miles away. More than 600,000 pieces of timber in all were hauled by hand. “Welcome back, fellow Chacoans. Drop the logs here. Now, go get some more.” Those not hauling lumber were quarrying thousands of sandstone blocks to build dozens of great houses, including 500-room, three-story Chetro Ketl and 800-room, four-story Pueblo Bonito. “Welcome back, fellow Chacoans. Drop the blocks here. Now, go get some more.” Another amazing thing about Chaco Canyon is that many of the structures were precisely oriented to solar and 30 June – 7 July 2016

lunar movements. In 1977, a “dagger of light” was found on nearby Fajada Butte. The knife-shaped light pierced a spiral petroglyph exactly on the summer solstice. Another dagger pierced a second spiral with a shadow just as the moon rose. Other petroglyphs marked solar solstices and equinoxes exactly at solar noon. “Aliens,” I whispered to Pat again. She pointed at her headset as if she couldn’t hear me. The roads that connected Chaco Canyon with other sites of great house were also built with great precision. The road to the north, which runs for miles, varies in straightness less than one degree. Chaco was a trading hub. They made jewelry and other items out of turquoise and traded with Mexico for needed items, as well as parrots and macaws. They held ceremonies that attracted pilgrims, who stayed in these early “Hiltons.” Plus, they likely provided food for other communities during periods of drought. “The Chacoans most likely left during a change in climate or prolonged drought,” said Stewart, “migrating to new areas and intermingling with other ancient peoples.” “See,” said Pat, “no aliens needed.” Riiigghhht. We were standing around the remains of the Great Kiva of Chetro Ketl when there were several more rumbles, and some raindrops began to fall. A thousand years ago, we would have climbed inside the multi-chambered underground ceremonial kiva, ridden out the storm, then walked back to the Chuska Mountains for more logs. But today, we had to make sure we got out of the canyon before the road became impassable, so we hurried along the Petroglyph Trail to grab a couple quick photos of the enormous Pueblo Bonito before we piled into the vans and headed off, following Stewart to the safety of pavement. The walkie-talkie came on. “All vans please check in.” “Joanna’s van, check,” I said. “All vans?” “Roger, check, over and out,” I said. “You have to hold the button for the entire message.” “Check, check, roger that.” There was a pause. “Is that Ernie?” “Roger, roger, check, check, check.” I thought I heard a sigh, then silence. “I flunked walkie-talkie,” I said. “Don’t worry,” Pat said. “The mother ship will be coming for you soon.” •MJ


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Montecito Association Land Use Committee The Montecito Association is committed to preserving, protecting, and enhancing the semi-rural residential character of Montecito; today the Land Use Committee meets to discuss upcoming projects. When: 4 pm Where: Montecito Hall, 1469 East Valley Road WEDNESDAY, JULY 6 Stuffed Animal Sleepover Drop-off Bring your stuffed friends for a great evening out at the library. Once the library closes, the stuffed animals will “come to life,” and library staff and volunteers will capture their after-hours antics on film. Young patrons may return after noon, the next day, to pick up their stuffed animals, along with a photo of their animal’s adventures, a certificate of participation, and other special surprises. Children who forget to bring an animal can sign up to follow the adventures of a loaned library character during this free event. When: 3 to 4 pm Where: Montecito Library, 1469 East Valley Road Info: 969-5063 THURSDAY, JULY 7 Knitting and Crocheting Circle Fiber art crafts drop-in and meet-up for all ages at Montecito Library. Must have some manual dexterity for crochet and knitting. When: 2 to 3:30 pm Where: 1469 East Valley Road Info: 969-5063

Poetry Club Each month, discuss the life and work of a different poet; poets selected by group consensus and interest. New members welcome. Today: Lee Po. When: 3:30 to 5 pm Where: Montecito Library, 1469 East Valley Road Info: 969-5063 FRIDAY, JULY 8 Montecito Association Water Committee Meeting Typically held the last Friday of each month, meetings are open for the public to attend, as the committee discusses ongoing issues with water and the drought. Today at a special meeting time, the committee will be hearing a presentation from Bruce Reed, horticulturalist at the Santa Barbara Botanical Garden, who will be speaking on Saving Specimen Trees during severe drought. Following will be Q&A regarding local water concerns. When: 9 am Where: Montecito Hall, 1469 East Valley Road Info: 969-2026 SATURDAY, JULY 9 Summer Day Yoga Retreat Soothe your body, mind, and soul at the first annual summer day yoga retreat with gently, cooling yoga practices and nature meditation. All levels and abilities welcome. Led by Taran Collis, a certified Viniyoga and Capacitar instructor. In addition, her Ayurveda and yoga expertise focuses on seasonal life practices, meditation, and yoga. When: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Where: La Casa de Maria, 800 El Bosque Road Cost: $75, includes lunch ONGOING Writing Your Life from Journal to Memoir The Montecito Library presents Writing Your Life from Journal to Memoir. The workshop will be taught by Katherine Smith May and held

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The Music Academy of the West presents more than 200 classical music events in Santa Barbara, including masterclasses, orchestra and chamber concerts, recitals, and opera. Artists include 140 fellows from 24 states and 11 countries who have been selected through auditions to participate. 70 faculty and guest artists from the world’s best orchestras, opera companies, conservatories, and universities reside in our community to teach and perform during the festival. Tickets start at $10 every week for every event, and 7-17s are always free. The festival runs through August 6. To learn more and for tickets, visit MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS Art Classes Beginning and advanced, all ages and by appointment – just call. Where: Portico Gallery, 1235 Coast Village Road Info: 695-8850 WEDNESDAYS THRU SATURDAYS Live Entertainment Where: Cava, 1212 Coast Village Rd When: 7 to 10 pm Info: 969-8500 MONDAYS Connections Brain Fitness Program Challenging games, puzzles, and memory-enhancement exercises in a friendly environment. When: 10 am to 2 pm Where: Friendship Center, 89 Eucalyptus Lane Cost: $50, includes lunch Info: 969-0859 TUESDAYS Story Time at the Library A wonderful way to introduce children to the library, and for parents and caregivers to learn about early literacy skills; each week, children ages three to five enjoy stories, songs, puppets, and fun at Story Time. When: 10:30 to 110am Where: Montecito Library, 1469 East Valley Road Info: 969-5063 •MJ



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MUSIC ACADEMY (Continued from page 9) ture and category. You can’t put him in a little box. Jazz was his idiom. But he also understood classical structure, concertos, operas. He was a real genius. That’s why I have always kept his music in my repertoire for more than 40 years now. Rhapsody is great because everybody knows the tune – it’s been in movies and commercials. It makes them smile and feel happy. And I can feel that on the stage when I’m playing it. It always puts you in a good mood. When I spoke with (concert conductor) Larry Rachleff, he said he was looking forward to hearing what French touches you would put in the piece. It’s just part of me as a person. All those inspirations – the teachers, the experiences, the things from my country – are like a recipe, but it becomes your own unique creation. So, of course there is a French element, but it’s also there in the music, because Gershwin had that too, an incredible admiration for Ravel and that era. The connection is already there. I just do my own mixture, which I can’t explain but I sure love it. What are you looking forward to this summer? Only July 14, Bastille Day, which is our 4th of July in France, I’m playing in a special concert in front of the Eiffel Tower with half a million people there. There will be lots of pop stars, singers, all kinds of music, and they asked me to play. So I’m flying back just to do that. It will be very touching. And I’m doing the soundtrack for a new movie, Wakefield, by E.L. Doctorow (starring Bryan Cranston and Jennifer Garner). I’m playing all the piano solos. It’s beautiful music. I love doing that (movie) work. It’s very exciting and different. You have to follow what’s going on. You’re not in charge anymore. It’s the actors and the story, and you have to help the music to create that feeling. I find that very fascinating. I don’t understand why people see (Hollywood music) as diminished. I learn from it, and I get to play all that beautiful music. And at the end of the day it attracts a larger, wider audience to classical music, which is important.

This Week @ the Music Academy by Steven Libowitz Thursday, June 30 – Rotating faculty have become a way of life around the MAW summer festival, either via visiting/Mosher guest artists or simply an abundance of faculty. Take viola, for example. This year, the Fellows get have already enjoyed the wisdom of USC Thornton School 30 June – 7 July 2016

viola prof and director of chamber music Karen Dreyfus (Orpheus Chamber Orchestra & New York Philharmonic; Lyric Piano Quartet & the Amerigo Trio; formerly Juilliard & Manhattan School of Music) during week 1, and MAW Distinguished Alumni Award winner (‘79 & ‘83) and N.Y. Phil principal Cynthia Phelps, for whom Julia Adolphe has composed a new viola concerto, in Week 2 (also in Week 8). Starting next week, they’ll study with International Emmy Award winner, two-time Grammy nominee, and Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient Richard Yongjae O’Neill, a 1998-99 alumnus who is quite familiar with Hahn Hall as he serves as the principal of Camerata Pacifica. But this week, it’s a look back at the violist who held the seat in Camerata when it started 21 years ago, first started teaching at MAW back in ‘82, and matriculated at the summer festival for the final time 60 years ago! That would be Donald McInnes, who retired from performing years ago but still teaches regularly (3:15 pm; Lehmann Hall; 
$13). Friday, July 1 – Warren Jones is the other link to Camerata Pacifica, where he serves as the principal pianist, performing all sorts of challenging chamber music when he’s not back east as a faculty member at Manhattan School. During the summer, however, Jones hunkers down at Miraflores, where he heads the vocal piano department, working closely with the Fellows who accompany the singers in recital, competition, and special events. His remarkable versatility is matched only by his skill as a pedagogue capable of reaching far and wide for stories or memorable metaphors to bring out the history and emotion of a song. Today’s masterclass is one of only two chances to catch him in public this season (3:15 pm; Hahn; $20). Sat.-Sun., July 2-3 – Jean-Yves Thibaudet (see interview in MAW 2016) is the soloist for Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue as the centerpiece of the Academy Festival Orchestra’s (AFO) pair of concerts at the Granada this weekend. The jazz-inflected masterpiece is flanked by John Adams’s thrilling Short Ride in a Fast Machine and Dvorak’s lush, evocative Symphony No. 9 “From the New World” in a decidedly American program. And yeah, that’s right, I said pair: to accommodate the expanding community interest in MAW’s symphonic concert spurred by last year’s appearance of the New York Philharmonic at the Santa Barbara Bowl, the AFO is doing the show twice – 7:30 tonight and 2:30 pm tomorrow, much like

the Santa Barbara Symphony performs their monthly concerts. But the vast majority of tickets here are just $10 as part of the MAW new initiative. What an inviting lead-in for Independence Day! Monday, July 4 – Pianist Jerome Lowenthal, by far the longest-tenured MAW faculty member (he joined in 1970), has cut back on his schedule at the summer festival in deference to the riches of visiting artists, what with Thibaudet, Jeremy Denk, Leon Fleisher, and Julian Martin each taking a week or more. He’ll only be around for two weeks in 2016, starting with today’s masterclass. That means there are only two dates to catch this masterful, marvelously knowledgeable teacher who imparts his lessons with gentle fervor, and lets the audience in with a twinkle in his eye. The beach is always too crowded on Independence Day anyway (1 pm; Hahn; $15). Tuesday, July 5 – One-time visiting artist Jorja Fleezanis, who served as concertmaster of the Minnesota Orchestra from 1989 to 2009, is now a full-time MAW faculty member. But while the versatile violin soloist and educator (John Adams wrote his violin concerto for her) will be in residence for all eight weeks, she’s leading the violin masterclass just one time, as much of her duties cover working with the orchestra strings and string chamber groups (3:15 pm; Lehmann; $13)... Husband and wife Glenn Dicterow (violin) and Karen Dreyfus (viola) play the world premiere of Paul Chihara’s Duo Lyrico, which was composed for them upon Dicterow’s recent retirement as concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic. In addition to having had his pieces premiered by the Boston Symphony, London Symphony, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Cleveland, and Orpheus Chamber orchestras, Chihara has composed scores for more than 90 movies and TV series, including Prince of the City, Crossing

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Delancey, China Beach, and 100 Centre Street. According to the program notes: Chihara built the piece on the hymn-like song Bist Du Bei Mir, from J.S. Bach’s AnnaMagdelana Buch, and the second theme in Schubert’s immortal String Quintet in C. A clever seasonal pairing rounds out the first half of the Faculty Artist Series program: Adam Schoenberg’s 2002 Winter Music and Barber’s Summer Music, both with Timothy Day, flute; Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida, oboe; Richie Hawley, clarinet; Dennis Michel, bassoon; and Julie Landsman, horn. The concert closes with Schubert’s late, masterful Piano Trio in B-flat Major, D. 898, with pianist Jones, violinist Kathleen Winkler, and cellist Alan Stepansky (7:30 pm; Lobero; $40). Wednesday, July 6 – Cellist Lyn Harrell – who received the very first Avery Fisher Award – has enjoyed a half-century career that has brought him to many leading orchestras including Boston, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles and others, and he has worked with legendary conductors such as James Levine, Sir Neville Marriner, Kurt Masur, Zubin Mehta, André Previn, Sir Simon Rattle, and Leonard Slatkin. He’s also a consummate soloist, chamber musician, recitalist and conductor, not to mention a fantastic teacher. It’s in that latter role we’ll get our first look at the Mosher guest artist when he leads the masterclass (1 pm; Lehmann; $13) before performing in recital tomorrow with pianist Victor Asuncion at Hahn, director of collaborative art studies at University of Memphis. The program features works by Mendelssohn, Verdi, Ravel, Faure, Schubert, and Debussy (7:30 pm; $55). (For more information and tickets, call 969-8787 or visit www.musicacademy. org. Note, most events offer a limited number of $10 community tickets and free admission for children age 7-17.) •MJ EARTHQUAKE RETROFITTING 50 + YEARS EXPERIENCE - LOCAL 35+ YEARS




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In 2007, Dr. Phillips, publisher Mindy Bingham and producer Deborah Hutchison founded the local chapter of the AWC, which is headquartered in Springfield, Missouri. Santa Barbara is now the second-largest growing chapter in the United States. After networking, which this group does well since its mission statement is promoting leadership, recognizing excellence, and keeping everyone up to date in their field, it was time for a gigantic and delicious lunch. AWC president Minette Riordan welcomed the group. Then our elected officials read proclamations to both ladies – mayor Helene Schneider, state Senator Hannah Beth-Jackson, supervisor Janet Wolf, and assemblyman Das Williams’s rep. As the mayor commented, “If only these walls could talk. This historical building has had many women making decisions inside it.” It has become a tradition for poet laureate Perie Longo to write a poem every year for the honorees. She read them and presented a framed copy to each. A treasure indeed! Susan Rose introduced Lois. As Lois Phillips said, “I am speechless and that’s rare.” She thanked all her friends who came from out of town for her occasion, saying, “You are truly my wind beneath my wings.” She reminded us that the

“greatest fear is public speaking. Most people would rather be in the casket than delivering the eulogy.” She quoted Maya Angelou, who said, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Sharon Siegel introduced Lois Capps and she joked, “When you’re ready to retire, the people that have been throwing rotten eggs suddenly have nice things to say. On my last day in office, I’m going to read Perie’s piece to Congress.” It was all about how to get along. She remembered that her congressional career started 18 years ago, right here in El Paseo Restaurant. And then I won six bottles of wine in the raffle with my one ticket! To know more about this group of successful women, visit awcsb@hotmail. com.

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a St. Germain signature cocktail and munching on tidbits from Three Girls Catering. There were wines poured by Zaca Mesa, accompanied by the folk/ flamenco guitar of Chris Fossek. His mom was one of the featured artists. There were docents on hand to answer questions and show the house. Those 16 artists were: Meredith Brooks Abbott, Peter Adams, Nancy Davidson, Camille Dellar, Pamela Hill Enticknap, Priscilla Fossek, Rick Garcia, Wyllis Heaton, Ray Hunter, Ann Sanders, Richard Schloss, Frank Serrano, Garrett Speirs, Thomas Van Stein, and Ralph Waterhouse. You could meet and greet all the artists except Dennis Doheny, who couldn’t be there. He donated one gorgeous painting of the bird refuge, which sold

in the first few minutes of the show. The artists were given full access to the house and gardens to create as they chose in oil, watercolor, or pastel but were not limited to scenes from the Casa. There was a sellout crowd of 150 guests, and half of the proceeds went to benefit Casa del Herrero. Co-chairs of this nostalgic afternoon reminiscent of an earlier time were Fran Morrow and Karen Jones Clark. They are both knowledgeable about art, with Fran being an avid collector and a member of the Santa Barbara Art Museum women’s board. Karen is on the Casa board and worked in the fine and decorative arts field for 30 years. “It is such an honor to show my pieces at this extraordinary event, at

Author Gayle Lynds with her husband, John Sheldon, the evening she spoke at the SBWC

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The Santa Barbara Writers Conference (SBWC) did its June thing again at the Hyatt Hotel and I was there “Write from the Start.” Well, almost. Barnaby and Mary Conrad founded the conference in 1973, and I went in 1977. So did Gayle Lynds, who just came back to Santa Barbara from Maine to speak to the conferees. We’d be considered not old, but “old timers.” In those days, Gayle was a mom, wife, had a job, and dreamed of writing. Her dream came true big-time, but it took 10 years of labor or as she says, “I worked my ass off.” Part of the problem was her gender. The pundits said a woman couldn’t have written her spy thrillers. Publishers Weekly lists her book Masquerade among the top 10 spy novels of all time. She and Robert Ludlum created the Covert-One series, one of which, The Hades Factor, was a CBS miniseries. Gayle is sometimes called the “reigning queen of espionage.” After she was introduced, she gave high

praise to Monte Schulz, who owns the conference for restoring some of the espirit de corps that was present when the Conrads were in charge. Then she gave five tips on how to fail as a writer: don’t jot down ideas, don’t finish, ignore good advice, too busy, no workspace. Her latest book is The Assassins, which won the Military Writers Society of America’s Founder’s Award. She lost her writer husband Dennis in 2006 and is now remarried to a former judge with a talent for fiction writing. They have co-authored three short stories. An extra treat that evening was seeing Mary Conrad again. She had returned to lend a hand and also to just have fun after working those many years. I can’t wait for her book to come out. It is the history of the SBWC in collaboration with her longtime right-hand man Y. Armando Nieto and veteran workshop leader Matthew J. Pallamary. Our own humor writer Ernie Witham designed the book cover. It will be released in 2017 and will feature names of large luminaries you’ve all heard of. Another Montecito Journal writer is directing the conference and she is Grace Rachow. Kudos, Grace. Fannie Flagg, best-selling author of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café, always said, “You can’t imagine what this conference meant to me. If it had not been for this conference, I’d probably still be sitting on a rerun of The Dating Game somewhere.” She was a student back in the early days. The public was invited to attend the evening lectures for $10. They’re interesting even if you’re not a writer. I wasn’t either in the 1970s. •MJ


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Chris Riel re-lives youthful memories with his documentary, The Big White House

for the lost boys and girls. My mom, Wendy, tried to comfort those who needed it and kept family values and fun the main priority for the youth. I guess I was the kind of Peter of the group, never really wanting to grow up.” The documentary, using film Chris – who attended Santa Barbara High, City College, and Brooks Institute for movie and video production – has been shooting over the years, will focus on the teenagers who came and went, including footage of local surfers Lakey Peterson, Adam Lambert, Bobby Martinez, and Kelly Slater. “We have over 600 hours of really incredible footage from over time,” adds Chris, who is in the final stages of production, but still needs to acquire film gear to finish shooting the

Hostess Kendall Conrad; Luca and Gina Tolleson, Marnie Margerum, and Everybody Behaves Badly author Lesley Blume (photo by Priscilla)

Blume with a View Fashion designer Kendall Conrad and Santa Barbara Magazine publisher Jennifer Smith Hale hosted a launch bash for author Lesley Blume and her new book, Everybody Behaves Badly, a memoir of writer Ernest Hemingway, which she describes as the true story behind his masterpiece The Sun Also Rises and the period of a 1925 summer in Pamplona, Spain, for the famous running of the bulls. It took Blume, who has written for Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and The Wall Street Journal, three years to complete the project, with a great deal of archival digging and interviews with many descendants and friends. “I saw all the photos of that period,” Blume told me at the bibliophile bash at Kendall’s eponymous Montecito Country Mart store. “It is a lost generation. I wanted a book with a compelling narrative, and I got it.” Hugh Margerum, Nina and Eric Phillips, Christina Rottman, and Virginia Castagnola with author-signed books (photo by Priscilla)

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Point” Recipes for Great Meals and a Better Life is scheduled to be released in the New Year, I’m told. Montecito’s most famous resident’s imprint, currently unnamed, is part of Flatiron, a division of the New York-based publishing giant, MacMillan U.S. “In the past several months on Weight Watchers, I have worked with wonderful chefs to make healthier versions of my favorite meals,” says Oprah, 62. “When people come to my house for lunch or dinner, the number-one thing they ask is, ‘How is this so 30 June – 7 July 2016

delicious and still healthy?’ So, I decided to answer that question with recipes everyone can enjoy.” Oprah, who has a 10 percent stake in Weight Watchers, has lost more than 30 pounds. She also appeared on the April cover of her eponymous O Magazine with three other women, telling the Hearst glossy: “My own struggles with the scale are well-known. I’ve never believed in hiding them. What I do believe in is strength in numbers. “And so when I resolved that 2016 would be the year I got healthy for the long haul, I asked some women to join me.” Oprah isn’t entirely new to the world of the late Julia Child, another resident in our rarefied enclave in the latter chapter of her colorful life. Her personal chef, Rosie Daley, published In the Kitchen with Rosie: Oprah’s Favorite Recipes in 1994. Oprah also contributed an introduction to The Oprah Magazine Cookbook, which came out in 2008. In announcing the imprint last year, Oprah had planned to start with a memoir, The Life You Want. That book has now been postponed to an undetermined date, according to Flatiron, which is expected to release several non-fiction works per year, all selected by Oprah. You go, girl. Strong as Oak Social gridlock reigned supreme when the Bacara threw a bold-faced name packed pre-opening bash for its new oceanside Angel Oak restaurant, which has replaced the hostelry’s former Miro eatery that closed last year. Now, after a multi-million dollar makeover, the 126-seat restaurant with a patio that can accommodate another 60 patrons, features a modern take on steak and seafood prepared by executive chef Vincent Lesage – celebrating his first anniversary at the tony hotel – and his culinary wizards, is ready for its close-up. Costa Mesa-based Hatch Design Group removed the interior walls and brought the glorious Pacific vistas inside complementing the elegant rustic wood and polished stone decor. Upon entering, diners are met with a seven-foot mosaic of an ethereal woman’s face just above the hostess stand, which is surreally fashioned from a granite boulder, while black-and-white photographs depicting California’s stunning coastline dot the walls and potted bonsai trees decorate the eatery. “The ocean was a big inspiration,” says Vincent, who used to work at 30 June – 7 July 2016

the Ritz in Paris and the Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach. “Even the bar top has amazonite, a rare stone which gives it a blue color reflecting the Pacific.” Among the tony throng quaffing the champagne and noshing on samples from the new menu, which features appetizers from $16, a $39 fillet steak, rack of lamb at $52, and even a seafood tower with poached Maine lobster, oysters, split king crab legs, boiled jumbo shrimp, and fresh lump crab ceviche, were Real Housewives of Beverly Hills restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump, mayor Helene Schneider, David Sigman,


Bacara Resort and Spa’s Angel Oak Alexander Bollinger, chef d’ cuisine; Branden Bidwell, general manager at Angel Oak; and Vincent Lesage, executive chef having prepared food par excellence (photo by Priscilla)


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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT: The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Mick’s Macs, 3433 State Street Suite E, Santa Barbara, CA 93105. Techlease Computer Solutions, LLC, 3433 State Street Suite E, Santa Barbara, CA 93105. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on June 16, 2016. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Jan Morales. FBN No. 2016-0001791. Published June 22, 29, July 6, 13, 2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT: The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Simple Pleasures Salon and Spa, 446 Alisal Road, Suite #B, Solvang, CA 93463. Michael Leonard White, 7670 SW Spruce Street #B, Tigard, OR 97223. Nanette Marie White, 7670 SW Spruce Street #B, Tigard, OR 97223. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on May 18, 2016. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Marlene Ashcorn. FBN No. 2016-0001468. Published June 15, 22, 29, July 6, 2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT: The following person(s) has (have) abandoned the use of the Fictitious Business Name(s): SBB Gourmet Catering; SBB Gourmet Catering Group; SBBGCG; SBB Catering, 1917 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. SBBBQ, LLC, 1917 De La Vina Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. This statement was originally filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on November 1, 2013. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Tania Paredes-Sadler, filed June 7, 2016. Original FBN No. 2013-0003337. Published June 15, 22, 29, July 6, 2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT: The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Earth & Sky; Earth & Sky Nature School, 277 Oak Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108. Juliette Lefevre, 277 Oak Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on May 12, 2016. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Tania Paredes-Sadler. FBN No. 2016-0001412. Published June 15, 22, 29, July 6, 2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT: The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Zip Kleen, 1998 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93109. Soon Sik Tansen, 142 Loureyro Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93108. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on June 6, 2016. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Tania Paredes-Sadler. FBN No. 2016-0001665. Published June 15, 22, 29, July 6, 2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT: The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Club Natale Management Company, 351 Rosemead Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93110. T.J. Natale, 351 Rosemead Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93110. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on May 31, 2016. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN No. 2016-0001588. Published June 8, 15, 22, 29, 2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT: The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Top Notch Recordings; Track Martians Music Group, 545 El Bosque Road Unit H, Montecito, CA 93108. Eddie C. Jones Jr., 11109 Otsego Apt 304, North Hollywood, CA, 91601. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on May 31, 2016. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Melissa Mercer. FBN No. 2016-0001589. Published June 8, 15, 22, 29, 2016. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT: The following person(s) is/are doing business as: Godinez Photography, 3905 State St. Suite 7-402, Santa Barbara, CA 93105.

Braulio Godinez, 3905 State St. Suite 7-402, Santa Barbara, CA 93105. Laura Godinez, 3905 State St. Suite 7-402, Santa Barbara, CA 93105 This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Santa Barbara County on June 3, 2016. This statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the Office of the County Clerk. I hereby certify that this is a correct copy of the original statement on file in my office. Joseph E. Holland, County Clerk (SEAL) by Noe Solis. FBN No. 2016-0001637. Published June 8, 15, 22, 29, 2016. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE No. 16CV02192. To all interested parties: Petitioner Marissa Aldana Arredondo filed a petition with Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara, for a decree changing name to Marissa Aldana. The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Filed June 6, 2016 by Terri Chavez. Hearing date: July 27, 2016 at 9:30 am in Dept. 1, 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Published 6/29, 7/6, 7/13, 7/20 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE No. 16CV02367. To all interested parties: Petitioner Michael David Silverglat filed a petition with Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara, for a decree changing name to Michael David Silverander. The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Filed June 2, 2016 by Jessica Vega. Hearing date: August 10, 2016 at 9:30 am in Dept. 1, 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Published 6/22, 6/29, 7/6, 7/13 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE No. 16CV02252. To all interested parties: Petitioner Zachary David Fisher filed a petition with Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara, for a decree changing name to Zachary David Impossible. The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Filed June 7, 2016 by Terri Chavez. Hearing date: August 3, 2016 at 9:30 am in Dept. 1, 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Published 6/15, 6/22, 6/29, 7/6 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE No. 16CV02141. To all interested parties: Petitioner Salatiel Abrajan Chavez filed a petition with Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara, for a decree changing name to Sally Abrajan. The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Filed May 23, 2016 by Terri Chavez. Hearing date: July 27, 2016 at 9:30 am in Dept. 1, 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Published 6/15, 6/22, 6/29, 7/6 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE No. 16CV02325. To all interested parties: Petitioner Alexis Renee Zamora filed a petition with Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara, for a decree changing name to Gia Renee Belivier. The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change


PUBLIC NOTICE City of Santa Barbara NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Santa Barbara will conduct a Public Hearing on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 during the afternoon session of the meeting which begins at 2:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber, City Hall, 735 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara. The hearing is to consider the appeal filed by Michael Gott of the Planning Commission denial of an appeal of the Staff Hearing Officer's denial of an application (No. MST2015-00426) for property located at 1417 San Miguel Avenue, Assessor's Parcel No. 045-132-006, E-3 One-Family Residence/SD-3 Coastal Overlay Zones, General Plan Designation: Low Density Residential (Maximum 5 Dwelling Units/Acre). The proposed project involves a circular driveway and parking/loading space at the front of the house, with a new curb cut and driveway. The discretionary application required is a Front Setback Modification to allow uncovered parking in the required 20-foot front setback (Santa Barbara Municipal Code Sections 28.15.060 and 28.92.110). The Environmental Analyst has determined that the project is exempt from further environmental review pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines Sections 15301 and 15305 (Existing Facilities and Minor Alterations to Land Use Limitations). If you challenge the Council's action on the appeal of the Planning Commission's decision in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City at, or prior to, the public hearing. You are invited to attend this hearing and address your verbal comments to the City Council. Written comments are also welcome up to the time of the hearing, and should be addressed to the City Council via the City Clerk’s Office, P.O. Box 1990, Santa Barbara, CA 93102‑1990. On Thursday, July 7, 2016, an Agenda with all items to be heard on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, will be available at 735 Anacapa Street and at the Central Library. Agendas and Staff Reports are also accessible online at; under Most Popular, click on Council Agenda Packet. Regular meetings of the Council are broadcast live and rebroadcast on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday at 9:00 a.m. on City TV Channel 18. Each televised Council meeting is closed captioned for the hearing impaired. These meetings can also be viewed over the Internet at In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need auxiliary aids or services or staff assistance to attend or participate in this meeting, please contact the City Administrator’s Office at 564-5305. If possible, notification at least 48 hours prior to the meeting will usually enable the City to make reasonable arrangements. Specialized services, such as sign language interpretation or documents in Braille, may require additional lead time to arrange. /s/ Sarah P. Gorman, CMC City Clerk Services Manager Montecito Journal Published June 29, 2016

of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Filed June 7, 2016 by Terri Chavez. Hearing date: August 10, 2016 at 9:30 am in Dept. 1, 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Published 6/15, 6/22, 6/29, 7/6 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME: CASE No. 16CV01976. To all interested parties: Petitioner Melissa Alexa Valtri Silver filed a petition with Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara, for a decree changing name to Melissa Alexa Vanara . The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Filed May 20, 2016 by Terri Chavez. Hearing date: July 13, 2016 at 9:30 am in Dept. 1, 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Published 6/8, 6/15, 6/22, 6/29

PETITION FOR FREEDOM FROM PARENTAL CUSTODY AND CONTROL Citation to Parent: The People of the State of California, To Alfredo Cuevas: By order of the Superior Court of California County of Santa Barbara, you are hereby advised that you may appear in Dept. 1 of the court on July 6, 2016, at 10:30 am at 1100 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, then and there to show cause, if you have any, why Maricela Eliphleth Cuevas Llamas should not be declared free from your custody and control for the purpose of freeing her for placement for adoption. At the beginning of the proceeding the court will consider whether or not the interests of Maricela Eliphleth Cuevas Llamas require the appointment of counsel. If the court finds that her interests do require protection, the court will appoint counsel to represent her, whether or not she is able to afford counsel. Maricela Eliphleth Cuevas Llamas will not be present in court unless she so requests or the court so orders. If you appear without counsel and are unable to afford counsel, the court must appoint counsel for you, unless you knowingly and intelligently waive the right to represent both you and your child Maricela Eliphleth Cuevas Llamas. If the court appoints counsel for you, at the end of the proceeding, the court will hold a hearing to determine the amount, if any, that you will be required to reimburse the county for the services of your appointed counsel. The court may continue the proceeding for not more than 30 days as necessary to appoint counsel and to enable counsel to become acquainted with the case. Filed June 3, 2016, by Denyse Avila. Published 6/8, 6/15, 6/22, 6/29

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CITY OF SANTA BARBARA NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS BID NO. 3804 Sealed proposals for Bid No. 3804 for the ZONE 3 PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE PROJECT will be received in the Purchasing Office, 310 E. Ortega Street, Santa Barbara, California 93101, until 3:00 p.m., Thursday, July 21, 2016, to be publicly opened and read at that time. Any bidder who wishes its bid proposal to be considered is responsible for making certain that its bid proposal is actually delivered to said Purchasing Office. Bids shall be addressed to the General Services Manager, Purchasing Office, 310 E. Ortega Street, Santa Barbara, California, and shall be labeled, “ZONE 3 PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE PROJECT, Bid No. 3804". The work includes all labor, material, supervision, plant and equipment necessary to complete the following: Repair various streets by performing asphalt dig outs to repair failed areas, tree root repair, asphalt cold milling and asphalt hot mix overlay and final traffic striping and marking to City Streets, construct miscellaneous concrete repairs, construct concrete access ramps, retrofit existing access ramps, perform traffic control, notifications and postings The Engineer’s estimate is $3,100,000. Each bidder must have a Class A license to complete this work in accordance with the California Business and Professions Code. The plans and specifications for this Project are available electronically at Plan and specification sets can be obtained from CyberCopy (located at 504 N Milpas St, cross street Haley) by contacting Alex Gaytan, CyberCopy Shop Manager, at (805) 884-6155. The City’s contact for this project is Eric Goodall, Project Engineer, 805-897-2664. In order to be placed on the plan holder’s list, the Contractor can register as a document holder for this Project on Ebidboard. Project Addendum notifications will be issued through Although Ebidboard will fax and/or email all notifications once they are provided contact information, bidders are still responsible for obtaining all addenda from the Ebidboard website or the City’s website at: Bidders are hereby notified that pursuant to provisions of Section 1770, et seq., of the Labor Code of the State of California, the Contractor shall pay its employees the general prevailing rate of wages as determined by the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. In addition, the Contractor shall be responsible for compliance with the requirements of Section 1777.5 of the California Labor Code relating to apprentice public works contracts. Per California Civil Code Section 9550, a payment bond in the amount of 100% of the bid total will be required from the successful bidder for bids exceeding $25,000. The bond must be provided within 10 calendar days from notice of award and prior to the performance of any work. The proposal shall be accompanied by a proposal guaranty bond in the sum of at least 10% of the total amount of the proposal, or alternatively by a certified or cashier’s check payable to the Owner in the sum of at least 10% of the total amount of the proposal. A separate performance bond in the amount of 100% of the bid total will be required from the successful bidder. The bond must be provided within 10 calendar days from the notice to award and prior to the performance of any work. A contractor or subcontractor shall not be qualitifed to bid on, be listed in a bid proposal, subject to the requirements of Section 4104 of the Public Contract Code, or engage in the performance of any contract for public work, as defined in this chapter, unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Section 1725.5. It is not a violation of this section for an unregistered contractor to submit a bid that is authorized by Section 7029.1 of the Business and Professions Code or by Section 10164 or 20103.5 of the Public Contract Code, provided the contractor is registered to perform public work pursuant to Section 1725.5 at the time the contract is awarded. This project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations. The City of Santa Barbara hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, political affiliations or beliefs, sex, age, physical disability, medical condition, marital status or pregnancy as set forth hereunder. GENERAL SERVICES MANAGER CITY OF SANTA BARBARA William Hornung, C.P.M. PUBLISHED: June 29 and July 6, 2016 Montecito Journal

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ost of us have one. To some, it is very precious. Others consider it virtually worthless. This would make a good riddle, with many more mystifying hints; but I won’t tantalize you any further here. The answer is: it’s your VOTE. But why this striking difference in values? People at the high end regard it as the most tangible symbol of democracy. Tears will come to their eyes as they speak of those who died to gain and preserve this sacred privilege. At the other extreme are all the cynics, who see their vote as not making any real difference – in effect, good for nothing. Of course, there are stories of instances when a single vote made a huge difference – but these are more likely to concern small groups, such as legislatures (e.g. the single vote in the Senate that saved President Andrew Johnson from being impeached in 1868) – rather than so-called “popular votes” where the tallies run into millions. We must acknowledge that, regardless of its symbolic value, mathematically your vote is a mere drop in the bucket (actually in many cases much less, since a five-gallon bucket can hold only 19,000 drops of water.) But I am about to present you with an idea for changing all that. I’m sure I can’t be the first person to advocate such a concept – but it certainly is not widely discussed. And I’m prepared for angry responses from some readers. However, what I say is that “one person, one vote” is okay to start with. Every citizen deserves that much, simply, in recognition of his or her dignity as a human being. But, building on that idea, I say that some people deserve to have more than a single vote, and that a “weighted” system could be worked out giving proportionately greater voting power to those who deserve to have more say in running the country. And who would those privileged voters be? We could start with criteria such as education, intelligence, community service, experience of work, travel, parenthood. There could also be written tests, such as we already require for driving a car or for citizenship, to say nothing of occupational and professional certifications, and college degrees. (Isn’t it ironical that people born here automatically become citizens and get a vote, while those who wish to become citizens 30 June – 7 July 2016

have to study and be tested, and in many cases may thus be better informed about how the country is governed than millions of the nativeborn!) At this point, I can hear you objecting: “Yes, but how will all this be set up? Who is going to establish all these criteria and administer all these tests?” I have to admit that there is the rub. The present system, while in many ways illogical, unfair, and inefficient (and worst of all, look at the governments it gives us!) is at least relatively simple and cheap. And, taking the long view, it may be that we are making some kind of political progress. We all know (I hope) that it wasn’t so long ago that women in general were not even allowed to vote at all. And you don’t have to go back much farther to reach a time when such voting as prevailed was based on property.

I say that some people deserve to have more than a single vote The more land you owned, the more right you had to participate in the governing process. Of course, these systems varied from place to place, as they still do today. And regardless of theoretical distinctions, great wealth (no matter how acquired) can override all powers of the ballot-box. Then, if you really want to get down to the nitty-gritty, the whole idea of voting is a great advance over what preceded it, which was simply the law that might makes right. In other words, voting, like field sports and many other games, is really a kind of symbolic warfare, replacing the uncontestable notion that we have the best chance of winning if there are more of us than there are of them. (If you have any lingering doubts about this, just ask General Custer.) So maybe we are, slowly, moving in the right direction. But anomalies will no doubt continue to plague us. For example, as I have personally experienced, in Santa Barbara it required more than 9,000 signatures to get a proposal (to ban leaf blowers) on the local ballot – but only 100 signatures to get myself as a candidate for city council on the same ballot! (It won. I didn’t)  •MJ

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THURSDAY, JUNE 30 Ogres in the Valley – Director Brad Carroll promises that PCPA Theaterfest’s take on Shrek The Musical will put its unique spin on the Tony Award-winning adventure-filled musical based on the Oscar-winning animated film. The fractured fairy tale will still be silly and funny, but his aim for the heart of the show to focus on finding the hero in all of us. A tall order, perhaps, considering the story finds the grumpy ogre of the title undertaking a life-changing journey alongside the wisecracking Donkey and a feisty princess who resists her rescue, a tale also populated by a short-tempered bad guy, a cookie with an attitude, and over a dozen other fairy-tale misfits. It ain’t easy being green! At the very least, the PCPA creative team has produced uniquely original designs for scenery, costumes, lights, and sound to support the cast headed by PCPA resident artists Erik Stein as Shrek, Karin Hendricks as Princess Fiona, George Walker as Pinocchio, and Michael Jenkinson as Lord Farquaad. After a four-day run indoors in Santa Maria, the Shrek-tacular musical moves out under the stars in Solvang for a month-long stay. WHEN: Tuesdays-Sundays at 8 pm, today through July 31 WHERE: Solvang Festival Theater, 420 2nd Street,

Solvang COST: $38.50 - $49.50 (Discounts for seniors, students, children, and preview performances tonight and tomorrow) INFO: 9228313 or FRIDAY, JULY 1 Soaring at the Bowl – The zany New Zealand-based folk-comedy duo comprised of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement is still going strong, making people laugh for more than a decade now, since their start as a BBC radio series and a two-season HBO TV show. There’s nothing quite like an evening with the self-described Grammy Award-winning “fourth-most popular guitar-based digi-bongo a capella-rap-funk-comedy folk duo”, even if they haven’t put out a new album in more than seven years. The good news is, we hear they’ve worked up some new material that they will showcase exclusively on the current concert tour, dubbed, most brilliantly, The “Flight of the Conchords Sing Flight of the Conchords” tour. Opening is comedian Kurt Braunohler, whose stand-up has been described as “refreshing idiocy from an enthusiastic weirdo,” and who has performed on a half-hour Comedy Central Special, and late night spots on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Conan, and Late Night with Seth Meyers. WHEN:

ENDING THIS WEEK LAUNCH PAD Summer Reading Series – UCSB Department of Theater and Dance’s innovative Launch Pad program expands to the early summer for three staged readings featuring new plays from Anne GarcíaRomero, Christina McMahon, and Joyce Carol Oates, each directed by program creator Risa Brainin. The authors collaborate with Brainin and a team of undergraduate students to further develop the works, providing value not only to the students who learn how to work on a play in its earliest stages, but also for the playwrights who are able to fully grasp the potential of their characters and the words as the readings progress. Meanwhile, the audience is not only able to be first to witness the birth of new work, but also to shape the further development by giving feedback. June 30 brings Standby by McMahon, the first individually authored script from the creative writer, UCSB academic, and meditation teacher. The plot boils around Carina and her sister Audra, who must fly halfway across the world to the Cape Verde Islands in West Africa to deal with their dying 64-year-old father while soothing childhood wounds and battling personal and professional demons of their own.... The series ends July 7 with Bad Touch by Oates, one of the most prolific writers of our time who is better known for her novels, short stories, critical essays, and poetry. The play examines a journey of an irreverent, outspoken, and deeply idealistic young woman who moves to the Midwest to begin a new life teaching in America’s heartland, but find that her unbridled tongue and sense of humor get her in trouble. WHEN: 7 pm Thursdays (June 30, July 7) WHERE: UCSB Art, Design and Architecture Museum COST: free INFO: 893-3022 or www.


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SATURDAY, JULY 2 Three for Joy – That’s the title of the Celtic trio performing a benefit concert early this evening at SOhO, and we can easily come up with three good reasons to attend. First, the fiddle-cello-mandolin band comprises three pre-teen siblings – Angela Rose Padula (age 9) and her brothers Dominic (12) and Joseph (10). Second, the concert is a benefit for Grace Fisher, the now 18-year-old Santa Barbara cellist who, in December 2014, on the cusp of graduation from Santa Barbara High and in anticipation of attending Berklee College of Music that fall, was suddenly stricken with the rare polio-like disease acute flaccid myelitis, which resulted in permanent paralysis from her neck down. The concert is a benefit for the Grace Fisher Foundation, helping to support Fisher’s recovery. But perhaps the best reason to be there: the music itself. The Padulas are all, like Grace was, members of Santa Barbara Strings, the classical chamber music program, so their chops are wellhoned to grace their love for Celtic tunes. WHEN: 5:30-6:30 pm WHERE: SOhO, 1221 State Street, upstairs in Victoria Court COST: $15 general, $5 youth, free age 12 and under INFO: 962-7776 or

7 pm WHERE: 1122 North Milpas St. COST: $44.50-$64.50 INFO: 9627411 or Get Your ACT Together – Annie Get Your Gun, which undergoes yet another production as the major summer play at Ojai ACT, was somewhat ahead of its time, given that the story focuses on a strong female character who more than holds her own in a man’s world, in this case, America’s old Wild West. Gun is based on the true story of Phoebe Ann Mosey, who at age 12 was the chief provider for her large family because of her natural ability to shoot game for food. Her fame spread when, on a lark, she beat (at age 15) the nation’s best marksman and trick shot, forging an instant connection leading to their marriage. After joining Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show, Annie – who changed her name to Annie Oakley – became so popular that Frank quit to be her manager. Holly Sewell portrays the legendary sharpshooter with a sharp tongue, opposite Scott White as Frank, in the ever-popular Tony Award-winning musical with songs by Irving Berlin, including “There’s No Business Like Show Business.” Other characters include the famed Buffalo Bill (Cecil Sutton) and his showtime rival Pawnee Bill (Buddy Wilds) plus Chief Sitting Bull (Armando Hernandez), all set during the rough riding days when the Wild West shows were as popular as rock shows are today. A special opening weekend gala takes place this Sunday, July 3, featuring a Prosecco Reception at 1:30 pm, reserved

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priority seating for the 2 pm matinee, and a cocktail party after the show with the cast at a private home in Ojai ($50). WHEN: July 1-31 WHERE: Ojai ACT, 113 S. Montgomery St., Ojai COST: $20 general, $18 seniors, $15 students INFO: 640-8797 or www. Bay Windows – Breathing Space: Recent Prints by Bay Hallowell, which opens today the the Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara, showcases new work by the printmaker who began her career as a museum educator/curator at the Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh) and the Philadelphia Museum of Art and then worked as a teacher at the Tyler School of Art (Temple University) before relocating to Santa Barbara. The show’s title is meant to connote a physical environment, a state of mind, a moment in time, as well as the act of breathing – the intersections of which Hallowell explores in vibrant, multilayered monoprints created with oilbased inks using stencil and viscosity techniques. Lush gardens, architectural elements, the experience of breathing and of meditating, and a sense of both inner and outer space are all subtly invoked in this diverse series of unique, light-suffused prints. Today’s opening reception with the artist features refreshments and music by the Jaybirds String Band. WHEN: 5-7 pm; exhibit continues through August 5 WHERE: Acheson House, 229 East Victoria Street (entrance on Garden St.) COST: free INFO: 965-6307/ or 455-4787.www. 30 June – 7 July 2016

SUNDAY, JULY 3 Mission of Service – Mission Tattoo sponsors the third annual “These Colors Don’t Run” event, which features a pinup contest, military vehicle display, musical performances, art show, silent auction, and other activities just a day before the fireworks takes place over the holiday weekend. The Luck, Three for Joy, Phantom Pomps, The Miskreants, and Vamp are among the bands performing, while the pin-up hopefuls will compete over three different categories including Classic Pinup Attire, Swimwear/ Beachwear, and Eveningwear (models must don period-correct attire of 192060s in all categories in the show that’s meant as a “tribute to the sexy classics.” Judges include Miss Lucky Red, VFW commander Jonathan Church and Carmen Muñoz, while The Barbarazzi, Atomic Bill, and Aamp Studio serve as photographers. Proceeds go directly to our local veterans, their families, and active military, through such Santa Barbara volunteer-based organizations as American Legion, AMVETS, Disabled American Veterans, Vietnam Veterans of America and American GI Forum. WHEN: noon-10 pm WHERE: Veterans Memorial Building, 112 W. Cabrillo Blvd. COST: $5 at the door ($25 entrance fee for pin-up contestants) INFO:

SUNDAY, JULY 3 Color Me Reminiscing – Music lovers can argue for hours about the greatest decade in pop, though the response pretty much seems to depend on when it was that you were a teenager. So unless you lived under a rock or grew up in a strictly classical music household, we’re thinking if you’re somewhere between the ages of 30-45 you’ve already got tonight’s show at the Bowl marked in ink on your calendar (scratch that, we meant highlighted on Calendar in your iPhone). The inaugural edition of I Love The ‘90s Tour features a rotating line-up of some of the most iconic, indelible names in rap, hip hop and R&B – which were among the prominent genres of the decade. Here in Santa Barbara, it’s Vanilla Ice, Salt-N-Pepa, Color Me Badd, Tone Loc, and Young MC, so expect to hear chart-topping hits “Let’s Talk About Sex”, “Shoop”, “Ice, Ice Baby”, “I Wanna Sex You Up”, “Funky Cold Medina”, and a whole lot more during the amphitheater-sized dance party, a nostalgia-driven blast from the past. WHEN: 6:30 pm WHERE: 1122 North Milpas St. COST: $44.50-



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WEDNESDAY, JULY 6 Bogie & Bacall – UCSB’s free film series – features eight Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall classics, including the four films in which the legendary Hollywood couple starred in together – gets underway for the summer with its first indoor screening tonight. The Maltese Falcon stars Bogie as no-nonsense private detective Sam Spade, who gets more than he bargained for when he takes a case brought to him by femme fatale Miss Wonderly, played by Mary Astor. On the quest for a priceless statuette, Spade must contend with murder, deceit and memorable villains such as a quirky low-life crook played by Peter Lorre. Based on one of author Dashiell Hammett’s best thrillers, the iconic film was John Huston’s directorial debut. Repeats 8:30 pm Friday, July 8, outdoors at the Santa Barbara County Courthouse Sunken Garden, with pre-show live music mix by KCRW DJ Anthony Valadez. WHEN: 7:30 pm WHERE: Campbell Hall, UCSB Campus COST: free INFO: 893-3535 or


MONDAY, JULY 4 Musical Fireworks – Kick off your Independence Day evening celebration with the annual West Coast Symphony Orchestra Fourth of July concert at the Sunken Gardens at the historic Santa Barbara County Courthouse. Christopher Story VI and Dr. Michael Shasberger share conducting duties while Steve Amerson, a.k.a. “America’s Tenor,” serves as special guest soloist for the program featuring music by Morton Gould and John Philip Sousa, plus other patriotic songs and popular Broadway tunes. Co-sponsored by Cielo Foundation for the Performing Arts and Pierre Claeyssens Veterans Foundation in cooperation with the Spirit of ’76 Foundation, the early performance is scheduled to allow plenty of time for the audience to enjoy a post-concert dinner downtown followed by a short walk to the fireworks show off Santa Barbara Harbor. WHEN: 5 pm WHERE: 1100 Anacapa St. at Anapamu St. COST: free INFO: 259-4394 or  •MJ




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MISCELLANY (Continued from page 31) Nate Tanner, host Pacific Hospitality Group; Bridget Tanner, Monique Rodriquez, event coordinator, SBPC; Annie Black, VP director of VIP Services Bacara with Lisa Vanderpump; Riley Harwood, while seated are Deborah and Roger Aceves, Goleta’s mayor pro-tem (photo by Priscilla)

Becca Peng, catering sales manager for Bacara; Doreen and Kent Eyman; Elaine Sandoval, director of sales, Bacara; and Vladimir Stojanov, sommelier Bacara (photo by Priscilla)

Alison Hansen, Monique Rodriguez, Charles Ward, Meredith Garofalo, Ralph and Diana MacFarlane, Thomas Rollerson, Dacia Harwood, Eric Spivey, Holly Murphy, Nancy Ransohoff, and Joan Tapper. All That and MAW The Music Academy of the West’s 69th annual summer festival continued apace as it entered its second week with entertaining performances at the Granada, Lobero, and Hahn Hall on the Miraflores campus. Schuman, Mozart, and Brahms were on the menu at the Lobero with brass players, trumpeters Barbara Butler and Charles Geyer joining trombonist Mark Lawrence, Alex Laskey on

horn, and Dan Honaker on tuba, for Schuman’s American Hymn, which kicked off the entertaining concert. Pianist Jeremy Denk was in top form for Mozart’s quartet in G minor, with Autumn Chodorowski on violin, Mathew Sinno on viola, and Songhee Lee on cello. The sold-out show wrapped with Brahams Serenade No. 1 in D Major, featuring ten talented players. Just 24 hours later, it was the turn of Music Academy alumnus Thomas Hampson, accompanied by pianist Tamara Sanikidze, to shine at Hahn Hall singing works from Strauss, Ravel, and Barber in honor of Marilyn Horne, Lotte Lehmann, and Martial Singher. Considered America’s fore-

Anne Elcon, director of marketing for Bacara; Jill Remy, SBIFF event planner; David Sigman, GM SB Polo Club; Santa Barbara mayor Helene Schneider; Vladimir Stojanov, sommelier at Bacara; Alison Hansen, event and sales director SB Polo Club (photo by Priscilla)

most baritone, including a Grammy Award and more than 150 albums, he is the New York Philharmonic’s first artist in residence and an honorary member of London’s Royal Academy of Music. At the Granada two days later, conductor Larry Rachleff, who has just completed his 20th season at music director of the Rhode Island Philharmonic and served as the fest’s season-opening conductor for nearly a decade, used his baton with finesse with the fellows-fueled Academy Festival Orchestra including works by Berlioz, Brahms, Debussy, and Respighi. It is also the first time during his

festival tenure that he’s teaching a masterclass, which is sure to be a blast. Sightings: Star Wars director George Lucas lunching at Los Arroyos...Singer Brad Paisley noshing at Ca ‘Dario... Rocker Kenny Loggins at El Encanto Pip! Pip! Readers with tips sightings and other amusing items for Richard’s column should email him at richardmin or send invitations or other correspondence to the Journal. To reach Priscilla, email her at pris or call 969-3301.  •MJ



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b Runch s atuRdays and s undays 9 am –2:30 pm us foR

LUCKY’S steaks / chops / seafood... and brunch •

Morning Starters and Other First Courses •

with each entRée

Sandwiches •

With choice of Hash Browns, Fries, Mixed Green, Caesar Salad, Fruit Salad

Fresh Squeezed OJ or Grapefruit Juice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..................................... $ 6/8. Bowl of Chopped Fresh Fruit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................................... 9. with Lime and Mint

Giant Shrimp Cocktail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....................................... 22. Chilled Crab Meat Cocktail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....................................... 22. Grilled Artichoke with Choice of Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 14. Burrata Mozzarella, Basil and Ripe Tomato . . . . . . . ......................................... 19. Today’s Soup .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 10.

Lucky Burger, 8 oz., All Natural Chuck ............................................................. $ 20. Choice of Cheese, Homemade French Fried Potatoes, Soft Bun or Kaiser Roll

Grilled Chicken Breast Club on a Soft Bun ................................................. 18. with Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato and Avocado

Sliced Filet Mignon Open Faced Sandwich, 6 oz. ........................................ 24. with Mushrooms, Homemade French Fried Potatoes

Hot Corned Beef .................................. ........................................................ 19. on a Kaiser Roll or Rye

Reuben Sandwich ........................................................................................ 20. with Corned Beef, Sauerkraut and Gruyere on Rye

French Onion Soup, Gratinée with Cheeses . . . . . . . . ......................................... 12. Matzo Ball Soup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 12. Lucky Chili ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 15. with Cheddar and Onions

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Salads and Other Specialties •

Wedge of Iceberg ................................. ...................................................... $10. with Roquefort or Thousand Island Dressing

Caesar Salad ................................................................................................ 10.

Eggs and Other Breakfast Dishes •

with Grilled Chicken Breast ...............................................................................

Eggs Served with choice of Hash Browns, Fries, Sliced Tomatoes, Fruit Salad


Seafood Louis ....................................... ....................................................... 29.

Classic Eggs Benedict . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....................................... $18. with Julienne Ham and Hollandaise

Crab, Shrimp, Avocado, Egg, Romaine, Tomato, Cucumber

Charred Rare Tuna Nicoise Salad ................................................................ 27.

California Eggs Benedict . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 18. with Spinach, Tomato and Avocado

Lucky’s Salad ....................................... ........................................................ 17. with Romaine, Shrimp, Bacon, Green Beans and Roquefort

Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 22. Smoked Salmon and Sautéed Onion Omelet . . . . . . . ......................................... 19. with Sour Cream and Chives

Cobb Salad .......................................... ........................................................ 19. Tossed with Roquefort Dressing

Chopped Salad ..................................... ........................................................ 17.

Wild Mushroom and Gruyere Omelet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 19. Home Made Spanish Chorizo Omelet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................................... 18. with Avocado

Small New York Steak 6 oz, and Two Eggs Any Style ................................ 25. Corned Beef Hash (made right here) and Two Poached Eggs ......................... 19.

with Arugula, Radicchio, Shrimp, Prosciutto, Cannellini Beans and Onions

Sliced Steak Salad ....................................................................................... 24. with Arugula, Radicchio and Sautéed Onion

Jimmy the Greek Salad with Feta ........ ........................................................ 14. Dos Pueblos Abalone (4pcs) ................. ....................................................... 28.

Huevos Rancheros, Two Eggs Any Style . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................................... 15. Tortillas, Melted Cheese, Avocado and Warm Salsa

Brioche French Toast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 14. with Fresh Berries and Maple Syrup

Waffle Platter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 14. with Fresh Berries, Whipped Cream, Maple Syrup

Smoked Scottish Salmon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........................................ 20. Toasted Bialy or Bagel, Cream Cheese and Olives, Tomato & Cucumber

Mixed Vegetable Frittata . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................................... 17.

It’s Summer! Enjoy Brunch on our patio or in our courtyard.

with Gruyere

1279 c oast Vil l age R oad

m ontecito , ca 93108

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