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Meet Eric Meyer as he supports the effort to create a “massive network of interconnected off-highway bike paths”

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Oct/Nov 2015 |  Volume 5 – Number 5

  • Meet Eric Meyer as he supports the effort to create a “massive network of interconnected off-highway bike paths”
  • Perched on a hill in the rural community of Shandon, we look into the history of Chapel Hill and view it in a way it has never been seen before
  • Of course, when we met with Linnaea Phillips we did it over a cup of coffee
  • Seventeen-year-old Ruby Callahan impressed us with her compassion for others and hankering for debate
  • Consultant Jim Rizzi discusses the difficulties in hiring new employees and dishes out some failproof strategies for getting the job done
  • In search of some classic family fun, Jeanette Trompeter is bowled over when she heads to Pismo Beach
  • Alternative country band Dead Volts rocks the Central Coast music scene with their gritty, raw, live shows
  • We took a listen to new albums by local musicians Derek Senn, Doug Droshart, Joe Koenig and Próxima Parada
  • We dropped in with architect Laura Joines to get a glimpse of her self-designed digs
  • Living legend Dr. Lou Tedone shares his secret to staying healthy, maintaining “famiglia prima,” and perspectives on a life well-lived.
  • Take a look at the candidates running for San Luis Obispo city council and mayor, as well as Measures D, G, and L and get out to vote
  • Looking for a creative night out, Paden Hughes stops into a climbing gym and discovers new heights in dating
  • Looking to get fit? Checkout these ten kettlebell exercises guaranteed to flex your muscles
  • Always local and always in season, chef Jessie Rivas shares his favorite abalone dish
  • As they prepare for their production of Aida, we checked in with leaders for Opera San Luis Obispo, Civic Ballet, Central Coast Children’s Choir, Ballet Theatre San Luis Obispo, CORE dance company, Deyo Dances, and Studio@Ryan’s American Dance
  • See how one neighborhood is taking a stand and building a community among its college student population

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