Articles Tagged With ‘Holidays’




Is Maria taking Arnold back?

Will the new year bring about a new chance for Arnold Schwarzenegger to regain his family? [SFGate] Maria Shriver is said to be reconsidering her divorce from the former California governor, according to TMZ.com and several other entertainment venues. The... (Continue reading)

SLO employee discriminates via Facebook

A San Luis Obispo Police department administrative assistant called her fellow staffers names and told them where they should go after a department employee asked to have her photo taken off a Christmas tree for religious reasons. The outburst was a... (Continue reading)

Don’t steal in front of cops

A “bad idea” led to the arrest early Saturday of two men allegedly stealing ornaments from the Capitol Christmas tree, said California Highway Patrol officials. [SacramentoBee] A passing CHP officer saw people acting suspiciously around the tree, located on the... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach Holiday Parade

The streets of Grover Beach came alive with its 45th annual holiday parade that included dozens of floats and ended with Santa Claus handing out lollipops. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would like to buy... (Continue reading)

Take time off from politics, and bake something for those you love

By ROGER FREBERG Here we are in the midst of the holiday season. Most people who bake from scratch measure this season from the first thought of a Thanksgiving Turkey and Pumpkin Pie to the last chip and dip at... (Continue reading)

Weekend spotlight: Make Merry at the Lighthouse

“Make Merry at the Lighthouse” is the theme for the third annual holiday celebration at the Point San Luis Lighthouse being held Saturday. Besides the dazzling trolley ride, spectacular decorated lighthouse buildings, and coastal vistas, this 1890 celebration includes musicians,... (Continue reading)

Halloween in downtown San Luis Obispo, event photos

Last weekend, downtown San Luis Obispo was overrun with zombies, Playboy bunnies, vampires and scantily-dressed party goers. Find local events as at CalCoastNews’ Event Calendar. If you would like to buy a high resolution print of any of these photos,... (Continue reading)

Halloween happenings (for adults) hit Shell Beach

If you’re trying to catch that Halloween spirit and you’ve already seen “Paranormal Activity 3,” then you should be checking out the tricks and treats being served up at Marisol at The Cliffs in Shell Beach over the next few... (Continue reading)

Thoughts on the winter solstice

BY BILL DENNEEN All cultures have a ceremony of some sort around Dec. 21st—Hanaukkah, Ramadan, Kwanzza, Christmas. The term “solstice” is derived from two Latin words:”sol” meaning sun and “sistere” meaning to stand still. It occurs when the earth’s axial... (Continue reading)

A Cayucos Fourth of July

By STACEY WARDE I’m raw and unbalanced, hung over from a bout with beer and whisky. I skipped going to work today. It’s gray, overcast and generally gloomy. Besides, it’s a Saturday, and a Fourth of July weekend. I hate... (Continue reading)