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Roberto Monge shares his thoughtful ideas for reclaiming the village

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Apr/May 2015 |  Volume 6 – Number 2

  • Meet Aubrie Hilstein Luiz and her path that led to helping others after overcoming her own demons
  • Creative shots come alive late at night when a group of photographers visit a San Luis Obispo landmark
  • San Luis Costal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater stops in to answer our burning questions
  • San Luis Obispo High School senior Ethan McSwain shares his purpose, passion and sense of style
  • Jeanette Tropeter learns that our local grapes are producing more than wine
  • Self-described “ethereal folk pop” band Shadowlands shares their harmonious sound on the Central Coast
  • The building of this Avila Beach charmer brings the Bettencourt family full circle
  • We share the year-to-date statistics of home sales for the city and county of San Luis Obispo
  • With years of travel under her belt. Debra Slevers takes us along her journey as an artist
  • From the perspective of Cal Poly students, we take a fresh look at the current housing crisis in San Luis Obispo and offer a new way forward
  • There’s a new playground on the Central Coast and it’s built to thrill and challenge adults and children alike
  • While Kombucha has been around for decades, its popularity in mainstream culture has reached an all-time high and we discover why it’s become a drink for the masses
  • Most families have their favorite version of meatloaf, and lucky for us, Chef Jessie Rivas shares his
  • Check out the inspiring volunteer efforts behind the upcoming Special Olympics World games, then flip to the calendar to discover fun-filled events around the Central Coast
  • With a focus on community building, Roberto Monge shares his thoughtful ideas for reclaiming the village

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