Articles Tagged With ‘Community’

Lewis headlines Pine Street Saloon music series

Kenny Lee Lewis, lead guitar for the Steve Miller Band, headlines the inaugural act of a special summer music series called “North County Line” starting June 6 at Paso Robles’ historic Pine Street Saloon. The local Lewis will be joined... (Continue reading)

Outreach Apparel opening, event photos

Students at Pacific Beach High School in San Luis Obispo opened a new store on Friday to provide free clothing and school supplies for junior high and high school-aged kids. Outreach Apparel is the Children’s Resource Network of the Central... (Continue reading)

Two documentary screenings set for Monday evening

Documentary film fans can see two screenings Monday evening in San Luis Obispo County. At 5:30 p.m., the Lucia Mar Unified School District will show the film Bullied at the Clark Center in Arroyo Grande. A panel discussion will follow... (Continue reading)

Nipomo board votes to borrow $4 million for pipeline

Nipomo Community Services District Board members voted unanimously for a plan to borrow an additional $4 million for the construction of a water pipeline from Santa Maria, shortly after a lawsuit was filed contesting drawing the money from a reserve... (Continue reading)

Morro Bay Friends of the Library gives thanks

On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Morro Bay Friends of the Library, I would like to thank the 400 plus attendees and volunteers who made our April 14 open house such a smashing success. We were pleased... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach police arrest 17 at annual beach party

Pismo Beach police arrested 17 people for alcohol related crimes during the annual Cesar Chavez Day celebration at Silver Shoals Beach on Monday. The arrests ranged from public intoxication to possession of alcohol on the beach. In addition to poor... (Continue reading)

Symphony “Speakeasy” part one event

Attendees did the Charleston like in the 1920’s at the 25th Annual Symphony Ball. It was a vintage Speakeasy, a musical gin joint complete with flappers and wiseguys from the Cal Poly Swing Club dancing to the red hot jazz... (Continue reading)

Family Ties director says she was never on board

Keeping them homeless By KAREN VELIE, JOSH FRIEDMAN and DANIEL BLACKBURN (Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series about San Luis Obispo County Homeless Services and the nonprofits managing the program.) Family Ties, the local nonprofit charged with... (Continue reading)

PG&E to save the Oakland gnomes

Pacific Gas & Electric says it will not remove gnomes from its Oakland power poles until it secures new homes for the little creatures. Hand painted gnomes on six-inch brown wooden boards have appeared all over the city of Oakland... (Continue reading)

KCBX gone less Public?

OPINION By LINDE OWEN KCBX turned off a 22 year old community tradition last week when they followed through with their removal of the Tuesday airing of the San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors weekly meeting. Their reasoning was... (Continue reading)