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Meet Erica Baltodano, SLO resident and attorney who has spent her entire adult life advocating for the expansion of civil rights and social justice

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Volume 11 – Number 4

  • Meet Erica Baltodano, SLO resident and attorney who has spent her entire adult life advocating for the expansion of civil rights and social justice
  • Photographing from TV Tower Road, Mark Nakamura captures a beautiful view from the grade to Morro Bay
  • We sat down for a wide-ranging conversation with Brent Buchett Executive Director of the SLO County Farm Bureau
  • Violinist Brynn Albanese came upon a novel idea-outdoor neighborhood shows, dubbed ‘quarantine concerts’
  • There is a maze-like quality in Glynis Chaffin-Tinglof’s paintings, one that draws the viewer in and makes them want to follow the lines to see where they are going
  • Paden Hughes would take you to Sunset Drive-In. with Hollywood holding off on new releases for the foreseeable future, one perk is that the drive-in is showing a lot of classics
  • High School senior Quinn Brussel has received recognition for his performance in Harvard Model Congress, has been awarded a Golden Tiger and holds varsity letters in Cross Country
  • Spanish and Modern are two concepts that are not typically considered “sister styles”. But, when Shell Beach residents, Scott Newton and his wife Jill …knew it would require some blending of old and new
  • Lauren Harvey is debunking the sage of superfoods as a symbol of health
  • A waffle is one of the very rare foods whose name can be used as a verb. “To Waffle” is to fail to make up one’s mind. Jaime Lewis redefines the term as she tastes three different waffles locally
  • On the Central Coast, there is another powerful connection between music and wine as many local musicians have become legendary winemakers
  • While talking to Humdinger Brewing’s Lee Samways, our beer connoisseur Brant Myers asked “What’s with the name?”

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