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Oct/Nov 2015 |  Volume 6 – Number 5

  • Meet Jeremy Bates and learn how the self-described hope dealer connects with our youth by teaching them that life is best lived truthfully
  • When Trini Schultz makes a stopover at the Laguna Lake dog park, it leads to the perfect, spooky shot of the season
  • Executive Director of San Luis Obispo’s Downtown Association, Dominic Tartaglia, reveals his vision for the future
  • Lead by an obsession for art history and passion for social equality, Natalie Sada shares her young successes
  • With vineyard harvest in full-swing, Jeanette Trompeter takes us for an in-depth tour of our Central Coast wineries
  • America indie rock band, Eager Seas, reveals the 90’s influence behind their music, as well as some insight into their name changing decision
  • With a career in concrete work behind him, Jeff Wolcott and his wife, Cindy, share the lush escape they call home
  • We take a close look at the potential development at Wild Cherry Canyon and pose some of the questions that will determine its future
  • Bringing back a taste of classic Americana, Paden Hughes takes a trip to San Luis Obispo’s long-standing Sunset Drive-In Theatre
  • We searched far and wide to bring you a list of six plant superfoods that are more than just leafy greens
  • American as apple pie, Jaime Lewis proves there’s good reason to enjoy the longtime favorite dessert of fall
  • More than just comfort food, Chef Jessie Rivas shares his favorite lamb shank recipe
  • Check out the calendar to discover the best events around the Central Coast in October and November
  • Often going either undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, Nicki Nysven shares her story of Lyme disease and its prevalence here on the Central Coast

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