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Keeping the Peace with San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson in a wide-ranging interview

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Aug/Sep 2014 |  Volume 5 – Number 4

  • Meet Stephanie Burchiel as she divides her time between the kitchen and farmers’ markets where she makes a living selling her vegan soups
  • Today, Oso Flaco Lake is an oft-overlooked gem on the Central Coast as photographed by Mark Nakamura
  • Keeping the Peace with San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson in a wide-ranging interview
  • Sixteen-year-old San Luis Obispo High School junior Bella Stenvall is energized by writing, dancing and helping others
  • When starting a new business inertia can be a powerful foe, overcome with the proper discovery and plan of action
  • After spending decades as the San Luis Obispo librarian, Liz Krieger’s now plays a similar role our of her home
  • Local band The Monroe sat down with us to celebrate the release of their new single “Cut the Corners”, and discuss their plans for the future
  • It would be difficult to overstate the impact that Pierre Rademaker has had on the overall look and feel all over San Luis Obispo
  • Cal Poly is looking into building a hotel and conference center on its campus, but that idea concerns many San Luis Obispo residents
  • Discover what was Chumash territory known as the Pecho Coast
  • Dance the Night Away with Paden Hughes as she experiences various dance lessons on the Central Coast
  • Ceviche-the refreshing dish of seafood marinated in citrus juice, a cooking process dating back 2,00 years-is perfect for this time of the year

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