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Concerts at the cove, event photos By AIMEE VASQUEZ
Shell Beach residents battling sea birds BY AIMEE VASQUEZ and KAREN VELIE
Both the electro and the ocean glittered in the sunny air at Concerts at the Cove this Sunday. Local band Tropo mixed macs with live music to create a tingling electric pulse reminiscent of clubs and late-night dancing.
The reggae was something like the hazy sunlight: bright, beachy and conducive to relaxation. Whirling hoolah hoops and bouncing beach balls completed the scene as a group of fans gathered to sway in front of the stage.
Set against the rolling green slopes of the Avila hills, slightly reminiscent of the texture of dreads and rimmed by enough palm trees to feel like the tropics, the Summer Solstice Reggae Festival at Avila Beach Resort was one of the ultimate ways to usher in summer.
Flooded by sunlight and in constant view of the sea, this week's Fish and Farmer's Market at Avila Beach was a whirl of fresh berries, roasted corn, live music and easygoing vibe.
The dancing, music and baklava were just part of the fun at the third annual Greek Festival at the Mission Plaza last weekend. Proceeds benefited the Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children and the Women’s Shelter Program.
At the Native Lounge Boom Boom Bikini and SLO Swim Boutique fashion show, the models are gorgeous, the suits are skimpy and the crowd is ready to party.
Nestled next to the Pacific Ocean at the Avila Beach Resort, the Avila Beach Blues Festival returned for its 17th year, which is certainly lucky for a small community.