November 15, 2012
As you may or may not know, we will no longer be affiliated with the Presidio Motel as of December 31st, 2012. We are sadly losing our lease after an amazing 8 years of business. We are very grateful to all of our guests and our community for the many years of support! We cannot thank you enough!
Fortunately, we have a new property to focus on called the Ojai Rancho Inn. Please excuse the website, as we are in the midst of renovating/rebranding so we haven’t changed it yet. We are still open for business during these changes so please come visit us!
We are also hosting our annual Deck the Halls event at the Ojai Rancho Inn this year. Very excited for this year’s lineup! Awesome vendors, music, food and drinks! Please come celebrate this new property with us, as well as the upcoming holidays!
Thanks again for your continued support!
August 8, 2012
The Ojai Rancho Inn is coming together. We just finished renovating the house on the property.
There is a suite, and the main house. New local friends are putting in an amazing garden and the warm days are perfect for laying in the shade and dipping in the pool. Come visit!
July 21, 2012
Brian Willmont of Brooklyn NY will take you there - into the nothing - into the everything. take a look - Brian Willmont
July 10, 2012
“Lets reintroduce ourselves to things and people”
…and let me introduce you to a great artist and a good man:
Nat Russell .
July 4, 2012
Enjoy the fireworks!
June 27, 2012
We just got volume #4 of Kinfolk in at the Supply Room. This volume is sensory experience, bringing to life summers spent at beaches and lakes with dear friends and beautiful food. I love the magazine and I also love the website. There are some lovely little videos - I especially like this one - fresh basil = summer time!
April 16, 2012
A nice short on how a family commits to their craft and how it may survive with the next generation.
via: Arrested Motion
Over the past couple years, every time we have stopped by Yoskay Yamamoto’s (interviewed) for a visit (here, here and here), we saw evidence of some pretty sweet customs he had been working on when he had extra time. Taking classic toys and figures and remixing them with wood, clay, and paint, the new pieces were changed to have classic Yamamoto features. It now looks like these will all be revealed to the public at the LeBasse Projects in Chinatown in a showing entitled Jokes On Me…We’ll have more for you before the show opens on March 24th.