Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




Central Coast Fashion Week, event photos

Friday night’s third of five runway fashion shows at the Native Lounge in San Luis Obispo was an eye catching event with models from Haute Couture Kristina Michelle and Avanti presenting their 2010 lines. For more events at this venue... (Continue reading)

Downtown Association concedes to farmers

The Downtown Association agreed Thursday to allow the Farmers’ Market Association to manage the produce portion of the weekly Farmers Market in San Luis Obispo. The Downtown Association unexpectedly seized control last January after more than 26 years of leadership... (Continue reading)

Downtown Association and SLOFMA get one last chance

In what one local farmer called “an 11th hour intervention,” the Downtown Association and the San Luis Obispo Farmers’ Market Association (SLOFMA) will make one last effort to mediate their differences before possible intervention by the City Council. “I think... (Continue reading)

Tony Cipolla quits KSBY

After 20 years at KSBY, news anchor Tony Cipolla is calling it quits. [Tribune] Cipolla, 46, told the Tribune that he and KSBY’s management could not agree on a salary contract. “Management offered me a salary with a 40 percent... (Continue reading)

Letter to the San Luis Obispo City Council

Opinion By PETE EVANS I remember before we had Farmer’s Market. The stores were open late and local young people hung out and cruised in cars down Higuera and up Marsh. The establishment just couldn’t stand this outlet for our... (Continue reading)

Thursday night Farmers’ Market talks fail; city council called back in

A special San Luis Obispo City Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday at 4 p.m. to determine why on-going negotiations between the San Luis Obispo County Farmers’ Market Association (SLOFMA) and the Downtown Association have apparently failed. The meeting, open... (Continue reading)

New Times, old photo?

In a much to do about nothing scenario, New Times co-publisher Alex Zuniga sent out e-mails that said both CalCoastNews and Arroyo Grande High School had broken copyright laws because they had put a New Times photo of the high... (Continue reading)

This week’s dumbest criminal

A Fresno County woman who led California Highway patrol officers on a high-speed chase through San Luis Obispo was taken into custody on Wednesday around noon. [KSBY] Officers pulled over Sylvia Ramos for speeding southbound on U.S. Highway 101. Ramos,... (Continue reading)

Chamber’s annual mixer showcase, event photos

The San Luis Obispo Chamber’s annual showcase featured more than 130 booths from area businesses. Attendees packed the Embassy Suites main floor to enjoy giveaways, samples, prices and refreshments on May 10. Find local events as well as movie show... (Continue reading)

Missing at-risk adult in San Luis Obispo found

The San Luis Obispo Police Department and the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Team were searching for an at-risk missing developmentally disabled adult. James Pasquale, 42, returned on his own to the Sunset Drive-in last night at... (Continue reading)