Posts Tagged ‘Celebrate’


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CalCoastNews wishes you a happy new year

It’s time to say goodbye to 2013 and to wish our readers, supporters, contributors, and advertisers Happy New Year 2014. It was a great year for news reporting and we managed to produce more than 1500 news articles in 2013.... (Continue reading)

Committee cancels Paso Robles Fourth of July fireworks

Organizers of the primary Fourth of July fireworks show in Paso Robles have cancelled this year’s event due to lack of funding. [Tribune] Paso Blast, which takes place at Barney Schwartz Park, draws about 15,000 people annually, according to its... (Continue reading)

Cinco de Mayo recipe for Arroz con Pollo Mole

For this years Cinco de Mayo celebration, try taking a traditional dish a little further south of the border. George Duran’s recipe for Arroz con Pollo Mole (Rice and Chicken) is packed with unexpected ingredients and a combination of sweet... (Continue reading)

California city snubs president, victims of Pearl Harbor

By KAREN VELIE San Luis Obispo staffers accuse city officials of snubbing the president, the “greatest generation,” and victims of Pearl Harbor after they ordered employees to raise flags lowered in honor of Pearl Harbor patriots to full-staff. President Barack... (Continue reading)

Dracula Spectacula, event photos

The San Luis Obispo Children’s Museum is known for its fun themed fundraisers, and this year’s event topped them all. Dracula Spectacula drew more than 200 vampires and their victims to the Officer’s Club at Camp San Luis Obispo for... (Continue reading)

28th Annual Central Coast Writers’ Conference, event photos after party

The 28th Annual Central Coast Writers’ Conference at Cuesta College after party party was an opportunity to connect with other writers. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would like to buy a high-resolution print of any of... (Continue reading)

Day with Creative Women in Mission Plaza, event photos

Day with Creative Women at Mission Plaza celebrated women’s creativity with music and entertainment, arts and crafts for display and sale, delicious food, and children’s activities. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would like to buy a... (Continue reading)

Music and wine: Earth, Wind and Fire

By COLIN JONES So what do you get when you mix wine, boogie rock and the pungent smell of farm animals? An alignment of cultural planets that can only be one thing: music and wine night at the California Mid-State Fair. Fast becoming... (Continue reading)

Classic rock on full display at the Mid-State Fair

By COLIN JONES Like most of the tail end boomer generation, I grew up on and love album-oriented rock, or AOR as they used to say in the radio biz. But there comes a point when you gotta turn the dial when ‘Freebird’... (Continue reading)

Renaissance Festival on Sunday, event photos

Knights jousted while minstrels played unique instruments at San Luis Obispo County’s annual Renaissance Festival on Sunday. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would like to buy a high resolution print of any of these photos, aside... (Continue reading)



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