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Eat & Drink

Chef Series: Apple Farm

Meet Chef Pat Dawson I started working in kitchens and restaurants just before I turned 19 at the Daily Grill at LAX. My first job was a dishwasher and a bus boy. After years of hard work, travel, and practice, I was promoted to Executive Chef at the age of 24. I have spent the ...
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Outdoor & Recreation

Indoor Fitness Activities

Switch Up Your Workout Routine this Winter with Indoor Fitness Activities in SLO With the high chance of El Nino this winter, we have compiled a list of fun, indoor fitness activities so you can stay active through these chilly months to come. Whether you are an avid cyclist or simply want to switch up ...
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Outdoor & Recreation

San Luis Obispo’s Bike Night

It’s the first Thursday of every month and there is a celebration unlike any other going on in the streets of Downtown San Luis Obispo. While SLO may be known for its weekly Farmers’ Market, there is another event on Thursdays that you shouldn’t miss. This affair takes place after the merchants pack up their ...
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Outdoor & Recreation

SLO Beach Tasting

When it’s sunny and 75 nearly all year around, anytime is a good time to hit up the local beaches. San Luis Obispo is centrally located to a multitude of beaches including The Strands in Morro Bay, Cayucos, Pirate’s Cove, and Point Sal! Looking to go beach-tasting? Here is sample of some of our favorites: Shell ...
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Arts & Culture

Q&A with Brian Asher Alhadeff

The Egyptians have enslaved an Ethiopian princess. An Egyptian military commander has fallen in love with her, but struggles between his feelings for her and his loyalty to the Pharaoh.  The Pharaoh’s daughter loves the commander, but he does not return her feelings. Just your typical love triangle…plus five dance companies, a 50 person orchestra ...
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Arts & Culture

Let’s Chalk About It

San Luis Obispo has played host to a chalk painting festival for the past 23 years. This year, taking on a new name – Via Dei Colori, or Day of the Colors – the chalk painting fun continued as talented artists gathered on the pavement to create their works. Courtney Meznarich, festival participant said, “Participating ...
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Arts & Culture

Q&A with Jon Anderson

Jon Anderson, the voice of Yes, will join singer and songwriter Inga Swearingen and the San Luis Obispo Symphony on Sunday, August 31 at the annual POPS By the Sea concert at Avila Beach Golf Resort. Jon was the lead vocalist and creative force behind Yes for more than 30 years, and now calls San ...
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Outdoor & Recreation

Stroll Down Higuera Street

Before I was a local, I used to visit San Luis Obispo with my family. It was our go-to vacation spot. The weather. The variety of things to see and do. The great food. The enchanting downtown (I didn’t know the word “enchanting” then, but I knew it had something magical). Our favorite routine, though, ...
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Arts & Culture

Cultivating a New Generation of Musicians

Every July, San Luis Obispo is infused with world-class musicians from all over the country and the world ready to take their seats in performances for Festival Mozaic. In addition to the concert series, the Festival is proud to partner with the San Luis Obispo Youth Symphony and the Cal Poly University Music Department to ...
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