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During her time with the American Land Conservancy, Kara Woodruff Blakeslee played a key role in the Hearst Ranch Conservation Project

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Oct/Nov 2012 |  Volume 1 – Number 5

  • Meet Adam Stowe General Manager of San Luis Obispo Blues Baseball, where he has been engineering a remarkable turnaround
  • During her time with the American Land Conservancy, Kara Woodruff Blakeslee played a key role in the Hearst Ranch Conservation Project
  • Known for some of the best and consistently warm weather in the world, south facing Avila Beach is uniquely sheltered by a series of geological improbabilities
  • After a short-time living in Pismo Beach, architect Tricia Hamachai continued to feel the pull back to the Central Coast
  • Just beyond the city limits of San Luis Obispo, you’ll find this little escape off Reservoir Canyon Road featuring a waterfall a few hundred yards off the highway
  • The Bob Jones Trail rewards you with panoramic views of the sparkling blue ocean swells, warm sunshine and sounds of happy tourists playing in the water with their children
  • The trend towards interval training isn’t new for seasoned athletes, but the technique is gaining popularity among general fitness buffs
  • The type of music that Zongo All Stars plays is so unique that they have come up with their own name for it: “Cali-Cubano.”
  • In attempting to predict the likelihood of a fault generating an earthquake under Diablo Canyon, PG&E is seeking permits to conduct seismic testing offshore which will harm local wildlife, is it worth the costs
  • Follow the journey John Ramos and his wife embark on after closing their San Luis Obispo art gallery
  • Get in the flow with local Mike Roberts as he puts down the video camera and picks up the downhill longboard skateboard

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