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Gina Marie Tolleson

Executive Editor

Santa Barbara News-Press

HQ Phone:  (805) 962-5560

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Santa Barbara News-Press

1105 Chapala Street

Santa Barbara, California,93101

United States

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The Phoenix of Santa Barbara was founded as a non-profit corporation in 1972 by a group of individuals wanting to improve social and mental health services in Santa Barbara. These founders included the Reverend Kevin Snow, Carol Doane, Ada Schick Wing, and Ele... more.

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Gina Tolleson
Gina Tolleson is lifestyle editor at Santa Barbara magazine. She is on the honorary advisory board of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. E-mail her at life@newspress.com.


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Gina Tolleson
Gina Tolleson is lifestyle editor at Santa Barbara magazine. She is on the honorary advisory board of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. E-mail her at life@newspress.com.


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Gina Tolleson, executive editor of Santa Barbara Magazine
Gina Tolleson, originally from South Carolina, was crowned Miss World in 1990, which launched years in the spotlight and in front of the camera. She contributed news to CNN and hosted various programs for networks including A&E and ABC. In 2002 she was hired by Santa Barbara Magazine to be the lifestyle editor, translating her on-camera skills to print. Today she oversees the publication as executive editor.


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The local media gurus included Marianne Partridge, editor-in-chief of the Santa Barbara Independent; Gina Tolleson, executive editor of Santa Barbara Magazine; Krista Harris, editor of Edible Santa Barbara; and Andrea Estrada, director of news and media relations at UCSB.
Gina remarked on the importance of staying in touch with the Santa Barbara community. Gina Tolleson, executive editor of Santa Barbara Magazine Gina Tolleson, originally from South Carolina, was crowned Miss World in 1990, which launched years in the spotlight and in front of the camera. She contributed news to CNN and hosted various programs for networks including A&E and ABC. In 2002 she was hired by Santa Barbara Magazine to be the lifestyle editor, translating her on-camera skills to print. Today she oversees the publication as executive editor.


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Gina Tolleson warms up in Mexican blankets as her sons return from an afternoon surf.
Gina Tolleson warms up in Mexican blankets as her sons return from an afternoon surf. Gina Tolleson vividly remembers her first glimpses of the house she shares with her three sons on Padaro Beach. The former model, Miss World 1990 and onetime television reporter-now executive editor of Santa Barbara Magazine-was living in Los Angeles in the early 1990s and spending weekends in the Carpinteria hills. "I was always a beach girl," says Tolleson, who grew up in South Carolina. "I'd drive down to Padaro and walk from one end to the other," and the home's bird's-nest tower was visible from the sand. As fate would have it, in 2000, when she was ready to relocate, the multilevel concrete-and-glass contemporary was on her real estate agent's list. Though it's just 2,000 square feet, the three-bedroom house, with a walled courtyard, is "ideal for our lifestyle," says Tolleson. Her boys range from 16-year-old Carter to 8-year-old Luca and Tiago, 7. "Most of the house has white walls, and I had the floors painted white. It's a perfect surface to run in with sandy feet." It's also a superb backdrop for the furnishings and textiles that Tolleson collected on travels to India, Morocco, South America, Bali and Africa. An opium bed and African masks, for example, share space with Ethiopian chairs and calfskin rugs from Argentina. In recent years she has added complementary pieces from Upstairs at Pierre Lafond, Maison K and Porch.


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