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Meet Botso Korisheli who grew up in the Republic of Georgia now works tirelessly to teach music to thousands of Central Coast students

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Oct/Nov 2013 |  Volume 9 – Number 2

  • Meet Botso Korisheli who grew up in the Republic of Georgia now works tirelessly to teach music to thousands of Central Coast students
  • County Supervisor and dog lover, Adam Hill, takes our questions and shares his thoughts on politics, journalism and water
  • As a senior staff photographer at Surfer Magazine, 27-year-old Arroyo Grande resident Chris Burkard has published his third book “Russia, the Outpost V.1”
  • On the front lines of a very complex homeless issue in San Luis Obispo stand Jim Fellows and Jeremy Behrens, the two police officers hand-picked to lead the newly formed Community Action Team (CAT)
  • Eighteen-year-old Patrick Laird is best known for his achievements in football, but there’s more to Laird than athletic prowess
  • After teaching mathematics at Chabot Junior College for 40 years, Del Fernandez and his wife Norine the See Canyon property affectionately referred to as “AppleGlen”
  • 1960’s rock and roll is alive and well here on the Central Coast, and the 45 to 50 gigs Unfinished Business plays each year is proof of that
  • Though a lot of locals have never been, the Pewter Plough Playhouse in Cambria is as quaint, cozy and full of character as the town itself
  • Traditional West African Dance is free, expressive and loaded with history and culture, and Brita Connelly was hooked from the moment she first tried it
  • After 15 years, Jim Roberts had seen enough. Through his work in juvenile probation it became clear that the system was failing, leading to a non-profit that offered therapeutic foster care
  •  How would adding 5,000 Cal Poly students affect San Luis Obispo and the surrounding communities?
  • Join Paden Hughes and her husband explore Art Bar at Granada Bistro in San Luis Obispo
  • Nothing says fall like squash. The SLO LIFE Kitchen looks at an acorn squash, wondering what to put inside the gorgeous orange bowl

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