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Meet Your Neighbor Kara Wood and learn about her business Bloom Microgreens

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Spring 2011

  • Meet Your Neighbor Kara Wood and learn about her business Bloom Microgreens
  • Perhaps no single person is more identified with San Luis Obispo than Phyllis Madonna. Her eclectic Madonna Inn creates lasting impressions for millions each year
  • Guest Appearance: Tangi Miller visits SLO to get away from the hoopla of the Grammies and the awards season in general
  • The Way It Was: The J.P. Andrews building is named for one of the savviest and perhaps most controversial businessman known locally
  • Places – Standing Watch: Cerro San Luis the central feature of our local landscape
  • When a realtor showed the Mulvihill’s the “mustard and ketchup house” they knew it was the one
  • Five Things To Ask A Realtor Before Selling Your Home
  • No Place Like Home: Point San Luis Lighthouse site a trolley ride above the beautiful sheltered cove where it’s stood for 120 years
  • Juicing – “green” juicing in particular – has made it to the mainstream, thanks in no small part to the lifelong efforts of Morro Bay resident Jack Lalanne
  • Follow Kyle Rizzoli from Rizzoli’s Automotive as he rockets down the drag strip at 270 miles per hour
  • Things have a way of just sort of happening for Ashlee Leonardo. So it seems logical that her new venture, San Luis Nannies, will just sort of happen, too
  • An interview with Dan De Vaul owner of Sunny Acres – losing his appeal, an uncertain future awaits
  • Not long after Thrive hit the bookshelves naming San Luis Obispo one of the happiest places on Earth, we received a call from someone on the city council in Whitefish Montana

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