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The Central Coast Guide to All Things Food and Drink ..read more
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Children do need protection
New Times San Luis Obispo
by Margie Slivinske
1w ago
Seldom do I feel the absolute need to respond to someone's published opinion piece; however, John Donegan writes his commentary "Weaponizing children" (March 16) as if his judgmental, partisan thoughts are the only opinions worth having. He even refers to himself in the column as "the rest of society ..read more
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Grover Beach Community Library holds first book sale of 2023
New Times San Luis Obispo
by Caleb Wiseblood
1w ago
On Saturday, April 1, the Grover Beach Community Library will host its Big Book Sale event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The outdoor sale will be held in the library's parking lot ..read more
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Both parties use children to get votes
New Times San Luis Obispo
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1w ago
The article "Weaponizing children" (March 16) was fine until the end, when the author basically accused Democrats of using children as weapons in order to get votes. This is true for both parties, including Republicans ..read more
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Local artist transforms dead animals into art
New Times San Luis Obispo
by Shwetha Sundarrajan
1w ago
On Thursday nights, Higuera Street is packed with various vendors hawking their wares at the Downtown SLO Farmers' Market. Nestled between a jewelry vendor and a booth featuring succulents is one business that sells something genuinely bizarre ..read more
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Luther: The Fallen Sun
New Times San Luis Obispo
by Glen Starkey
1w ago
What's it rated ..read more
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Extrapolations is sprawling, dark look into the future of a climate changed Earth
New Times San Luis Obispo
by Glen and Anna Starkey
1w ago
Creator Scott Z. Burns (Contagion, Side Effects) helms this new anthology drama series that peers into our future to explore what life on our climate-changed planet will be like. (eight 50-min ..read more
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'St. Fratty's Day' returns with bigger crowd
New Times San Luis Obispo
by Bulbul Rajagopal
1w ago
The annual student-led St. Patrick's Day celebrations in San Luis Obispo escalated to new levels after several years of recovering from a major roof-collapse accident and the global pandemic. Dubbed "St. Fratty's Day" by revelers, the block party at the intersection of Hathway and Bond streets swelled to 4,000 people—double the attendance from last year ..read more
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A newbie eats and drinks through Downtown San Luis Obispo on St. Patrick's Day
New Times San Luis Obispo
by Bulbul Rajagopal
1w ago
At 5:32 a.m., my friends and I parked ourselves in a clover-green line at McCarthy's. Sandwiched between a front-running group of old-timers and a gaggle of raucous Cal Poly boys, we made our debut at the annual San Luis Obispo St. Patrick's Day bar crawl on March 17 ..read more
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SLO County's top administrator to resign
New Times San Luis Obispo
by Peter Johnson
1w ago
San Luis Obispo County will soon be losing its top official. In a surprise move, SLO County Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Wade Horton submitted his resignation on March 21 during a closed session meeting of the Board of Supervisors ..read more
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