Sunday, August 28, 2016     Volume: 31, Issue: 5
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What's your favorite setting to see a movie?

In a good ol' fashion theater. There's just something about watching the big screen with a bunch of strangers.
The drive-in, if there's still one around. It's more cozy.
I like to rent and watch them at home. You never know what you'll dig up at the video store.
Who pays for movies anymore? Free download, couch, cheap popcorn.

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Comfort clothes: SLO-based Scissor Clothing designs stylish, wearable pieces

RYAH COOLEY

The Central Coast isn’t known as a fashion mecca by any standard, but for designer Kate White, fresh out of fashion school in New York in 2006, San Luis Obispo was where she wanted to be. “In school I just felt drawn to California,” White said. “I would joke and say I’d lived here in a fo...

Passing through: Artist Erin Hanson paints dreamy, impressionistic Paso landscapes

RYAH COOLEY

About six years ago, California native artist Erin Hanson couldn’t even tell you where Paso Robles was on a map. Today, she’s painted 300 landscapes of the agrarian (and steadily becoming trendy) town’s rolling hills and sprawling vineyards. She first laid eyes on the oak-filled hamlet during...

Breath and sky: Get away from the coast with a trip to the Eastern Sierras

CAMILLIA LANHAM

I roll my windows down simply to feel the heat: a wave of new weather to rid my bones of the fog-enshrouded cloud of 60-degree coast behind me.  The gauge on my dashboard climbs above 90, and continues its upward push as I hit Cuyama, skirt around Bakersfield, and reach for Tehachapi. By the tim...

Seeking mini stars: Enrollment is openfor SLO Little Theatre's Academy of Creative Theatre

RYAH COOLEY

Think your tot’s got what it takes to be the next big acting sensation? Then hurry up and get that kid enrolled in the San Luis Obispo Little Theatre’s Academy of Creative Theatre. The program is currently accepting registrations for its fall 2016 theater classes.  A total of five different af...

September is National Library Card Sign Up Month

RYAH COOLEY

Ah, September. School is back in session, summer sunlight still remains, but the weather has cooled just a touch. It’s the perfect time to curl up with a good book. And lucky for us, September is National Library Card Sign Up Month, a time to make sure everyone has a free library card. Throughout...

Studios on the Park exhibits entirety of apRoberts and Christopher's 'Exquisite Corpse'

RYAH COOLEY

Sometimes the individual parts are greater than the whole, and sometimes it’s a close tie. Such is the case with graphic artists Jimmy apRoberts and Brian Christopher’s Exquisite Corpse piece, which is 8 feet tall and 30 feet wide and hangs above the coffee bar at Kreuzberg Coffee Co. in San ...

Blast from the Past: Hell Hunters

GLEN STARKEY

When? 1986  |  Where? DVD  |  Rated? Not rated. The ’80s were a special time for movies—an especially bad time! So much schlock came out full of silly plots, mindless action, and gratuitous nudity. Hell Hunters is exactly that sort of trashy fun. A group of Nazi hunters is searching for ...